Radiography Clinical Director
Coordinate the clinical education and instruction of students in the Radiography program.
- Secure new clinical sites and contractual agreements.
- Review student success rates by class and implement plan to reduce student withdrawals. Meet with students to encourage them to stay in the program. Maintain an 80% student success rate for all classes taught in the program.
- Monitor competency evaluations and clinical records with students. Monitor students’ radiation exposure. Conduct orientation for students to each clinical education site.
- Maintain student grades in accordance with established policies. Prepare final grades at the end of each semester to update student records and transcripts.
- Evaluate the performance of students regarding course objectives and makes necessary provisions to meet learning needs.
- Visit clinical sites to review and evaluate students’ clinical performance and progress. Coordinate with site instructors to ensure clinical education is effective.
- Coordinate the clinical and didactic education for the Radiography program. Coordinate and revise the clinical education plan. Recommend changes to the Program Director.
- Coordinate with clinical staff to establish a regular site for students. Coordinate the scheduling of students within the department. Develop clinical objectives and evaluations.
- May assist the Program Director with student applicants for admission into the program.
- Participate in accreditation/assessment process as tasked by the Program Director.
- Prepare lesson plans and instruct students in radiography and position techniques.
- Perform the duties of a Radiography instructor.
The list of essential functions is not exhaustive and may be supplemented.
- Bachelor’s degree from an institution accredited by a regional or national accrediting body recognized by the U.S. Department of Education (USDE) or the Council for Higher Education Accreditation (CHEA).
- Associate degree in Radiologic Technology from an accredited program recognized by the U.S. Department of Education (USDE) or the Council for Higher Education Accreditation (CHEA).
- Three (3) years full-time clinical experience in diagnostic radiography.
- One (1) year experience as an instructor in a JRCERT-accredited program.
- Proficient in curriculum development, supervision, instruction, evaluation, and academic advising.
- Must hold current American Registry of Radiologic Technologists (ARRT) registration in Radiologic Sciences, or equivalent (i.e., unrestricted state license for the state in which the program is located).
- Current license, certification or other credential as required by local, state and/or federal laws to work in the Radiologic Technology field.
- Verbal and written communication skills.
- Knowledge of Word, Excel, Power Point and other computer skills.