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AEIRS offers this on-line job board for Radiologic Science faculty positions as part of its services to members. Recruiting faculty these days is one of the problems faced by any institution. Like all other areas in the profession, there are fewer and fewer people available for open faculty positions and matching the applicants with the jobs has become a major problem.

The jobs board is another  member service from AEIRS. If your institution has a position to fill, contact AEIRS at office@aeirs.org or at 505-823-4740 or download a media kit. Positions posted will be on the web page for three months. As of this writing, the web page has a couple hundred unique visitors per month. In other words, a good place to advertise faculty vacancies.

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The JRCERT is seeking a candidate for the position of Accreditation Specialist. We seek an individual that has the following qualifications:

• Certification by the American Registry of Radiologic Technologists in radiography and/or radiation therapy
• Master’s degree
• Experience as an educator or site visitor
• Strong communication skills
• Ability to manage multiple priorities
• Ability to work independently as well as part of a team

This individual will be responsible for reviewing accreditation documents, supporting program officials throughout the accreditation process, and representing the JRCERT at professional organization and state meetings. This position requires relocation to Chicago, IL with a flexible start date.

The JRCERT offers a competitive salary and comprehensive benefits. If you are interested in the opportunity to become a part of the JRCERT staff, please send a cover letter, curriculum vitae, salary requirements and three letters of reference to Leslie Winter via e-mail (lwinter@jrcert.org) no later than September 19, 2016.








A full-time faculty position is available at The University of Oklahoma,
College of Allied Health, Department of Medical Imaging and Radiation Sciences

Clinical Coordinator / Radiography
Rank: Assistant Professor

Minimum Qualifications:
Earned Master’s degree
ARRT Certification in radiography and MRI
Prior teaching experience in an accredited professional radiography program
Minimum 2 years clinical experience in radiography

Desirable Qualifications: Additional advanced ARRT certifications; particularly mammography
Experience in distance education, web course design, and instructional technology
Administrative Experience
Earned doctoral degree

Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities:
The clinical coordinator must possess the ability to direct the clinical education of radiography students and participate in delivery of departmental and programmatic coursework. Demonstrated leadership in professional multidisciplinary interactions and a strong record of verbal and written communication skills is required.

Major Responsibilities:
1. Assume responsibility for instruction in programmatic and core courses as assigned each semester.
2. Assist with supervision and coordination of the clinical education of students in the program under the direction of the program director. These duties may include:
    • Development and documentation of appropriate clinical competencies, clinical evaluation forms and clinical rotation schedules that are in compliance with clinical affiliate agreements and program goals.
    • Maintaining appropriate records of student clinical education activities, instruction and evaluation.
    • Establishing and maintaining liaison with clinical education centers and personnel to facilitate the accomplishments of clinical education objectives.
    • Acting as representative to the Clinical Education Committees of the department and the college, developing and presenting continuing education opportunities for clinical instructors.
    • Counsel and advise students
3. Actively participate in program, department, college and university functions and committees.
4. Participate in scholarly research, service and teaching activities consonant with the role of a faculty member of the university, college and department.
5. Participate in department contracts as assigned.
6. Perform other duties as defined by the Program Director and/or Department Chairman.

Position will remain open until vacancy filled
Submit resume via email to:
Dora DiGiacinto, M.Ed., RDMS RDCS
University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center, College of Allied Health,
1200 N. Stonewall Avenue AHB 3021, Oklahoma City, OK 73117
(405) 271-6477 / Fax: (405) 271-6477
Email: dora-digiacinto@ouhsc.edu

The University of Oklahoma is an EO/AA Institution http://www.ou.edu/eoo/ .
Individuals with disabilities and protected veterans are encouraged to apply.









EMORY UNIVERSITY
MEDICAL IMAGING PROGRAM
HEALTH EDUCATOR ADVERTISEMENT

The Emory University, Department of Radiology and Imaging Science is seeking a full-time health educator for the Medical Imaging Program. The Medical Imaging Program offers a Bachelor of Medical Science degree in radiography with minor tracks in administration, education, CT, IR, MRI, and Women’s Health. Applicants must have a baccalaureate degree (master’s degree preferred), must be ARRT credentialed in radiography and MRI, and must have at least two years clinical experience. Additional experience in curriculum development, instructional methodologies, and evaluation techniques is desired.

Qualified applicants should send a CV and unofficial transcripts to Dawn Couch Moore, M.M.Sc, RT(R), Director, Medical Imaging Program, Emory University, 531 Asbury Circle, Room N112, Mailstop 1600-002-1AA, Atlanta, GA 30322 or electronically to lmoore@emory.edu.

Emory University is an equal opportunity/affirmative action employer.







Program Director - Radiologic Science

Full-time position available at Covenant Medical Center, located in Waterloo, Iowa. This is a great opportunity to be part of a hospital based program with a well-respected history.

Candidate will be responsible for:

  • Managing and conducting assessments of educational services for the program.
  • Developing, implementing and monitoring performance improvement in accordance with the Joint Review Committee for Education in Radiologic Technology.
  • Collaborating with peers, other employees, community representatives and healthcare providers.
  • Developing and maintaining professional relationships inside and outside of the organization.
  • Assuming didactic and clinical responsibilities and function as a clinical instructor as needed.
  • Providing student guidance and academic counseling as needed.
  • Facilitating and documenting accurate communication of program policies and procedures to students.
  • Coaches, counsels, and disciplines students as required.
  • Recruiting and selecting students for the Radiography Educational program.

Qualified candidates will have:

  • Masters Degree: Education, Radiologic Sciences or other related field preferred
  • Minimum of 5 years Radiography professional experience and minimum of 2 years’ experience as an instructor or similar role in an accredited Radiography program.
  • Registered by ARRT and have valid Iowa permit to practice.

Apply online at www.wheatoniowa.org/employment









Chesapeake College invites applicants for a 10-month, full-time Radiological Science Clinical Instructor position starting August 16, 2016. The successful candidate will be responsible for working cooperatively and effectively with the clinical coordinator and program director to implement and assess student clinical education. Responsibilities include traveling to clinical sites supervising student practice in the clinical setting, observing and evaluating the effectiveness of student/staff interactions, and developing working relationships with clinical management and staff to optimize the student’s clinical experience. Clinical instructor validates the implementation of JRCERT and program policies and may teach radiologic sciences courses.

Requirements: Bachelor’s degree in Radiologic Technology or related field; graduate of a radiologic technology program sponsored by the Joint Review Committee on Education in Radiologic Technology; ARRT Certification; unrestricted Maryland Licensure to practice Radiography and two (2) years clinical experience in general radiography.

Successful candidates will have a strong commitment to student engagement and undergraduate education at the community college level. Interested applicants should submit a cover letter, resume and unofficial transcripts to hr@chesapeake.edu

Deadline for applying is Monday, May 23, 2016.

Please visit our website for additional position information.
www.chesapeake.edu/employment

Chesapeake College is an Equal Opportunity Employer
Minorities and Women are encouraged to Apply







The University Of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center School Of Health Professions invites qualified applications for a non-tenure track Instructor or Assistant Professor Appointment, full-time (12-month), teaching in the undergraduate programs of Radiation Therapy and Diagnostic Imaging. We seek a dynamic individual that is student-focused and committed to the institution’s core values of Caring, Integrity and Discovery.

Key Functions:

  • Instruct students in radiation therapy and diagnostic imaging, as well as provide academic and professional advising at the School of Health Professions.
  • Develop and maintain professional relationships with students, colleagues and the public.
  • Develop and manage courses in radiation therapy and diagnostic imaging, which meet compliance with the Standards and Guidelines of Accreditation Agencies.
  • Planning, designing, and implementing curricula for radiation therapy and diagnostic imaging students.
  • Provide academic oversight for the clinical experience of students in the radiation therapy program throughout clinical rotations.
  • Develop performance measurements based on patient- centered outcomes, and system-centered performance measures that directly correlate with what radiation therapy and diagnostic imaging students are studying.
  • Develop and sustain effective methods for continued evaluation of the radiation therapy and diagnostic imaging programs.
  • Keep abreast of developments in their field by reading current literature, talking with colleagues, and participating in professional conferences.

Requirements:

  • Applicants must have a Master’s degree in Radiologic Sciences, Health Care, Education or a related field. Ph.D. is preferred.
  • ARRT certification in Radiography and Radiation Therapy. Multi-credentialed preferred.
  • A minimum of three years of classroom experience teaching in an accredited Radiation Therapy and/or Diagnostic Imaging Programs. Five years

Qualified applicants should email their CV and cover letter to: Shaun T. Caldwell, MS, RT (R) (T), Assistant Professor, Program Director – Radiation Therapy, Email: stcaldwell@mdanderson.org

MD Anderson Cancer Center is an equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, age, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity/expression, disability, veteran status, genetic information, or any other basis protected by federal, state, or local laws, unless such distinction is required by law. All positions at The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center are security sensitive and subject to examination of criminal history record information. Smoke-free and drug-free environment.




























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