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Radiography Program Director


At Trinity College, we strive to create an environment that fosters the personal and professional growth of students, faculty, and staff. Trinity College values the use of innovative teaching and learning strategies in the educational endeavor. Above all, when you join Trinity College you will become part of a team that is committed to of excellence in education, scholarship, and service to our community. Join Trinity College and be the future of health care.



Trinity College of Nursing & Health Sciences invites applications for a full-time Radiologic Technology Program Director in the Associate of Applied Sciences Radiologic Technology Program.

​The Program Director is responsible for managing the classroom and clinical education policies of the program in compliance with current Joint Review Committee on Education in Radiologic Technology (JRCERT) Standards. This individual works to assure effective program operations, evaluates program effectiveness, leads the on-going assessment process, conducts didactic classroom and lab instruction, and maintains current knowledge of radiographic imaging through continuous professional development.

Qualifications and skills include a master’s degree in a relevant field and current American Registry of Radiologic Technology (ARRT) certification and registration in radiography. Three years of clinical experience as a radiographer is required.  Two years of experience in a JRCERT accredited program is preferred.

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Radiography Program Coordinator - Full Time Temporary


The College of the Mainland’s Allied Health Department is seeking a full-time temporary Radiography Program Coordinator who will be responsible for developing curricula and coursework for COM’s new Radiography Associate Degree Program. The selected candidate will possibly provide instruction within the Radiography and Allied Health Programs as qualified. In addition, the coordinator will be responsible for providing scheduled office hours for student consultation, serve on college committees as needed and assigned, and participating in student orientated instructional and advisement activities as needed and assigned.


Minimum Education/Training/Experience:

  • Master’s degree with 18 hours in a specialized field

  • Documented three years’ clinical experience in the professional discipline

  • Documented two years’ experience as an instructor in a JRCERT-accredited program

Preferred Education/Training/Experience:

  • Doctorate degree in Radiologic Science or related area. Three years’ teaching experience in Radiography courses at a community or two-year college

  • Previous experience in Radiography program development

Licensing/Certification Requirements:

  • Current American Registry of Radiologic Technologists (ARRT) certification and registration, or equivalent, in radiography.


Applicants can view the full job posting and apply at:

All applications must contain complete job histories, which include job title, dates of employment (month/year), name of employer, supervisors name and phone numbers and a description of duties performed. Applications with “See attached” or “See resume” will not be accepted in lieu of a complete application. Omission of data can be the basis for disqualification. A scanned copy of unofficial transcript(s) must be attached to the online application.

College of the Mainland is an affirmative action/equal opportunity institution and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, sex, age, national origin, religion, disability or veteran status.

College of the Mainland does not discriminate on the basis of disability in the recruitment and admission of students, the recruitment and employment of faculty and staff, and the operation of its programs and activities, as specified by federal laws and regulations within Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 and the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990 and 1992.

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Program Manager - School of Radiology

Mary Washington Healthcare is looking for a passionate and organized applicant to join our Great Place to Work–Certified™ team as the School of Radiology Program Manager.


The Program Manager will oversee the School of Radiologic Technology to create an educational program in accordance with the Joint Review Committee on Education in Radiologic Technology Standards (JRCERT) which produces qualified graduates who sit for the American Registry of Radiologic Technology (ARRT) certification examination in radiography. You will be expected to develop and implement an annual program budget, prepare and submit records, develop and monitor the total education program as well as coordinate educational activities to meet adult learning needs.


In addition to ARRT certification in radiology, applicants should have:

  • Master’s degree in education, radiologic technology or related field required

  • Minimum of three years of experience as an instructor in a JRCERT accredited radiologic technology program

  • Proficient in curriculum design, program administration, evaluation, instruction, and student advising

  • Two years of supervisory experience is preferred


A great place to live and work.

We offer a competitive salary, full benefits package and an excellent living and practice environment. Located just one hour south of Washington, DC and 45 minutes north of Richmond, Fredericksburg & Stafford offer all the amenities of a big city but the charm of a small town. With excellent schools, parks, recreational facilities and the beautiful Virginia countryside, this area is the perfect place to call home.


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Radiology Technology Program Director

Master’s degree in Radiology or Health related field required.

Proficient in curriculum design, evaluation, instruction, program administration, and academic advising.

Must have three years clinical experience in the professional discipline and two years’ experience as an instructor in a JRCERT-accredited program.

Applicant must hold current American Registry of Radiologic Technologists (ARRT) certification and registration, or equivalent in radiography and licensed by the State of Florida as a General Radiographer.

Applicant must pass verification of background check, employment reference and drug screening.

The radiologic technology program is JRCERT accredited. This position is based on the St. Augustine campus. The position is a part of the United Faculty of Florida union at SJR State and thus is included in the collective bargaining unit.


Position will be filled any time immediately after June 30, 2021.

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The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center School of Health Professions will accept applications for the position of Dean, School of Health Professions, beginning June 14, 2021.


The school is part of MD Anderson’s Division of Education and Training, and the Dean reports to the Chief Education and Training Officer. The Dean is the school’s chief administrator and is responsible for providing academic leadership that fosters excellence in teaching, scholarly activity, and community engagement/service. The dean oversees academic planning, including the continuous evaluation of academic programs, and the development of short- and long-term goals for academic growth. The dean is responsible for administrative functions, including but not limited to staffing, budgets, and facility management. The Dean positively represents the School, Division, and Institution in local, regional, state, and national matters.


The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center School of Health Professions, in concert with the mission and visions of MD Anderson Cancer Center, is committed to the education of health care professionals through formal academic programs that award institutional certificates and confer degrees in health sciences.  In addition to the 12 programs offered at SHP main campus, it also has satellite locations at three institutions.  Ideal applicants will be known nationally and internationally in their field and will have:

  1. An earned doctorate from a regionally accredited institution in a relevant area of study, and eligibility for appointment as a tenured full professor in an academic department.

  2. Academic leadership/administrative experience and knowledge of regional accreditation standards and guidelines (e.g., SACSCOC).

  3. Substantial experience in academic administration at the departmental or similar level and successful college- or university-level teaching experience.

  4. Demonstrated success in obtaining federal, state, or private grants.

  5. Documented accomplishments in teaching, research, and service at a level to be appointed as a tenured professor/associate professor in an academic department.

  6. Demonstrated knowledge of fiscal planning, budgeting, and resource allocation.

  7. A record of professional service and leadership in the allied health sciences.

  8. Ability to collaborate effectively with faculty, staff, students, and the broader educational and professional communities.

  9. Demonstrated effectiveness working in a multi-cultural environment; and evidence of strong commitment to the goals of public higher education serving diverse populations.

  10. A record of proven success in the development, implementation, and assessment of academic programs.

  11. Experience with the regional and programmatic accreditation process.

  12. Certification and Licensure in any of the Allied Health disciplines.

  13. Demonstrated ethical behavior and high standard of professional integrity, high emotional intelligence, professionalism, interpersonal skills, leadership, and management abilities sufficient to effectively direct faculty, staff, and students.

  14. An innovative mindset with a vision of the future of the School that can be planned, strategized, and executed.

  15. Imminent knowledge of current professional trends in the industry and general knowledge of current trends in industry practice as they relate to curricular aspects of the school.

  16. Knowledge of current trends in outcomes assessment strategies. Utility of these knowledge bases to relate curricular aspects of the program to outcomes assessment.

  17. Detailed working knowledge of accreditation standards as they relate to health professions education.


Appointment to academic rank and salary are dependent on experience, specialty/subspecialty, and scholarly achievement. MD Anderson is committed to building a diverse community of faculty and encourages women and minorities to apply.


The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center has engaged Opus Partners to support the recruitment of this position. Katie Dean, Associate Partner, is leading the search. Inquiries, applications, and nominations should be sent by email to Katie at 


Interested candidates should send a letter of application that addresses the responsibilities and qualifications of the position, current curriculum vitae, and at least five references with full contact information including e-mails (References will not be contacted without consent from applicant).


All materials must be submitted by August 12th; position is open until filled.


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.


The College of Southern Idaho invites applications for a full-time Radiologic Technology Clinical Coordinator/Instructor in the AAS Degree Radiologic Technology Program in Radiography for the fall 2021 semester.

​Working under the direction of the Program Director the Clinical Coordinator/Instructor is responsible for managing the clinical education policies of the program in compliance with current Joint Review committee on Education in Radiologic Technology (JRCERT) Standards. This individual shall support the Program Director to assure effective program operation, coordinate clinical education and evaluate its effectiveness, participate in the on-going assessment process, conduct didactic classroom and lab instruction, and maintain current knowledge of radiographic imaging through continuing professional development.

Qualifications and skills include a Bachelor’s degree in Radiologic Technology or a related field. Individuals lacking the Bachelor degree requirement will be recognized by the JRCERT in an acting capacity until they earn their Bachelor degree, not to exceed 24 months. Current American Registry of Radiologic Technology (ARRT) certification and registration in radiography. Eligible for Idaho State Board of Career-Technical Education teaching credential (or able to obtain one within three years after employment). Two years clinical experience as a radiographer. One year experience in a JRCERT accredited program (preferred).

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Position will remain open until filled.

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North Central Texas College is accepting applications for a Adjunct Classroom Instructor - Radiology Technology: Gainesville Campus; Part-Time, Benefits Ineligible



The purpose of this position is teaching, supervising, and evaluating NCTC Radiologic Technology students in classroom and laboratory setting. This is an adjunct position with a maximum 19 hours per week including 2 hours on campus for regular office hours.


Responsibilities & Duties

1. Fulfill the obligations of adjunct faculty as set forth in the personal contract.

2. Instruction:

a) Keeps the Chair of Allied Health and Lead Radiologic Technology Faculty informed.

b) Collaborates with faculty on course loads and teaching assignments

c) Observes student skill demonstrations.

d) Track, grade and submit student grades in a timely order

e) Instructs, critiques and evaluates students’ classroom and laboratory performance.

3. Faculty Affairs:

a) Attends level meetings.

b) Attends college sponsored professional development events

4. Student Affairs:

a) Communicates with students and provide feedback in a timely manner

b) Instructs, critiques and evaluates students’ performance.


Required Education:

R.T. ( R ), ARRT and current MRT Texas License


Required Experience:

Current R.T.® with at least 3 years of relevant clinical experience required


Required Skills & Abilities:

• Excellent oral and written communication skills.

• Above average computer skills.

• Exhibition of respect and professionalism in a spirit of collegiality.

• Microsoft Office proficient.

• Ability to promote an effective environment for learning in lecture and lab experiences.

• Ability to teach students from diverse cultural and social backgrounds.


North Central Texas College (“NCTC”) is an equal opportunity employer. NCTC does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, sex or gender, national origin, disability, age, genetics, equal pay, or any other legally protected characteristic. NCTC prohibits harassment on the basis of a legally protected characteristic and/or retaliation for reporting a complaint.


Subject to criminal background check. $590/course load.



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University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center
College of Allied Health
Department of Medical Imaging & Radiation Sciences

Position Description
Clinical Coordinator / Radiation Therapy
Rank: Assistant Professor/ Associate Professor/ Professor

Required Qualifications:

  • ARRT Certification in radiation therapy

  • Minimum 2-years clinical experience in radiation therapy

  • Minimum 1-year experience instructing students in a JRCERT accredited radiation therapy program (clinic or classroom)

  • Bachelor’s Degree from an accredited University and willing to obtain a Master’s degree within 3 years of hire

Preferred Qualifications:

  • Earned Master’s or earned PhD degree

  • Medical dosimetry experience

  • Additional ARRT certifications or other departmental certifications

  • Additional experience instructing in a JRCERT-Accredited radiation therapy program

  • Strong organizational skills, including database management

  • Flexibility and ability to effectively manage and resolve conflict

  • Demonstrates effective verbal and non-verbal communication skills


  1. Supervision and coordination of the radiation therapy students’ clinical education under the direction of the program director. These duties may include:

    • Developing and documenting appropriate clinical competencies, clinical evaluations and clinical rotation schedules that comply with clinical affiliate agreements and program standards.

    • Maintaining appropriate records of student clinical education activities and evaluation

    • Establishing and maintaining rapport with clinical affiliates to facilitate collaboration between the affiliate and program includes visiting clinic sites

    • Acting as representative to the Clinical Education Committees for the department and the college

  2. Assume oversight for instruction and evaluation in simulation laboratories including:

    • Use technology to enhance the simulation and clinic curricula

    • Maintain appropriate records of student activity and evaluation

  3. Supervise, evaluate and advise students in clinical progress

  4. Participate in the accreditation process under the guidance of the program director

  5. Participate in the tri-mission (scholarly activity, service and teaching) of the University of Oklahoma as deemed appropriate with your role as faculty member

  6. Participate in program, department, and college functions and committees

  7. Performs other duties as defined by Program Director and/or Department Chair


Position will remain open until vacancy is filled
Submit resume via email to:
Tammy Murray, Administrative Assistant II
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) 271-1424
The University of Oklahoma is an EO Institution
Individuals with disabilities and protected veterans are encouraged to apply.


THE DEPARTMENT OF RADIOLOGIC SCIENCES AT THE UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH ALABAMA invites applications for a non-tenure track, 12-month faculty position at the rank of Instructor.


A master’s degree in a related field and a minimum of 3 years clinical experience in diagnostic radiography are required. Post-primary ARRT certification, doctoral degree, and teaching experience are preferred.


Details are available at


Review of applications will begin immediately and continue until the position is filled.


EO/AA Employer –minorities/females/veterans/disabilities/sexual orientation/gender identity


Assistant Professor – Radiologic Science

East Tennessee State University’s Radiologic Science and Allied Health Leadership Program is
accepting applications for a full-time tenure or clinical track position at the Assistant/Associate
Professor level. Responsibilities for this position include clinical and laboratory instruction at the
Sevierville/Knoxville clinical sites along with online instruction in the Department of Allied
Health Sciences, and participation in service, research and scholarly activities. Opportunities
exist for teaching in the Allied Health Masters Degree Program.

ETSU is committed to a diverse and inclusive workforce by ensuring all of our students, faculty,
and staff work in an environment of openness and acceptance. Successful candidates should have
a demonstrated commitment and contribution to fostering and advancing equity, diversity and
inclusion. East Tennessee State University (ETSU) is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action

All positions at East Tennessee State University are contingent upon sufficient funding.
Minimum qualifications include a Masters Degree with at least four (4) years recent experience
as a Registered Radiologic Technologist; current certification by the American Registry of
Radiologic Technologists in Radiography. The faculty member must have a minimum of two (2)
years recent experience teaching in an accredited Radiography program either as an appointed
faculty member or as a clinical preceptor. Eligibility for Tennessee licensure is required.
Preferred qualifications include an earned Doctorate or ABD. Experience teaching online,
proficiency in curriculum design, development, and student evaluation.


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Santa Barbara City College invites applications for a full-time tenure-track faculty position in the Department of Medical Imaging Sciences, to begin in Fall 2021.

Responsibilities include instruction in the theory of Radiographic and Imaging Sciences, and clinical teaching and evaluation within three counties (Santa Barbara, Ventura, and Los Angeles), as needed. Other duties consist of, but not limited to, meeting professional responsibilities as set by the college, participation in departmental responsibilities including departmental and bimonthly clinical faculty meetings, actively participate in maintaining and implementation of the program's curriculum and regulations to maintain state and national accreditation standards.


A BA or higher from an accredited institution plus two years full-time industry related experience OR an Associates with six years full time industry related experience OR the equivalent, and current ARRT/CDPH-RHB certificates in radiology and fluoroscopy are required at the time of application for this position. Master's Degree preferred.


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Position will remain open until filled; the first round of screening will consider applications submitted by Friday, May 28, 2021 @11:59 PM PST.

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