Posted: Thursday, January 25, 2018 6:16 PM
Job Description Job Summary Hunter Business School (HBS), Division of Allied Health, is seeking applications for the position of Radiologic Technology Program Chairperson (PC). Interviews for this full-time administrative position will begin immediately with appointment to begin January, 2018 or soon thereafter. The Program Chairperson provides leadership for the program faculty, staff, and students; manages personnel, and physical resources; and is accountable for the integrity of the academic program and clinical experiences. Moreover, the PC assures that the program meets all regulatory and accreditation requirements, the curriculum is current, students are prepared for practice in current environment, and that HBS's plan for program evaluation and continuous improvement is implemented. The PC also works with other school departments and personnel and serves as the public representative for the program. Essential Functions: The Program Chairperson is responsible for developing, administering, and maintaining the curricula, including managing the resources for the Radiologic Technology program and the following: Organizes and administers the Radiologic Technology program to ensure effective program operations and program development. Teaches assigned courses within program(s). Coordinates and conducts processes required in maintaining programmatic accreditation. Develops the program's short and long term goals and objectives; develops, implements, monitors and evaluates program retention activities and assists with student recruitment activities. Conducts ongoing program assessment through student evaluations, review of instructors and alumni/employer surveys. Coordinates development and revision of programs of study and course descriptions. Outlines and provides leadership in the continued development of the program and its instructors. Performs administrative operations of the program including workload, hiring, budgets and coordination of the Program Advisory Committee. Maintains current knowledge of educational methodologies and diagnostic imaging techniques as appropriate to the fields of Radiographic Technology and Medical Imaging. Evaluates the program to ensure ongoing effectiveness through outcomes assessment and corresponding revisions. Assists in the coordination of didactic and clinical education; performs academic advising, as needed. Performs all designated Program Director responsibilities: administration, teaching, scholarship & service. Qualifications Master’s degree and NYS license in Rad Tech is required; demonstrated teaching and management experience and/or administration experience in a Radiologic Technology education program required; effective administrative, personnel management, and leadership skills; knowledge of/experience with curriculum development; demonstrated effective interpersonal communication skills required. Required Minimum Education: Graduate Degree (Masters) NY State License to Practice Radiologic Technology Experience: 3 years of clinical experience in the professional discipline; 2 years of experience as an instructor in a JRCERT-accredited program. Proficiency in curriculum design, program administration, evaluation, instruction, and academic advising; Maintains current knowledge of the professional discipline and educational methodologies through continuing professional development.
• Location: Levittown, Queens
• Post ID: 156897857 queens