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Department of Radiologic Sciences


Non-Tenure Track, Instructor or Senior Instructor Faculty Position


The University of South Alabama invites applications for a non-tenure track, 12-month faculty position at the rank of Instructor or Senior Instructor in the Department of Radiologic Sciences. Minimum qualifications include a Bachelor’s degree from a regionally accredited institution, current ARRT certification in radiography and 3 years of clinical experience in diagnostic radiography. A Master’s or doctoral degree, post-primary ARRT certification in magnetic resonance imaging, and radiography teaching experience (classroom/online) in a JRCERT accredited program are preferred. Applicants with a Bachelor’s degree are required to have a minimum of 18 hours of graduate coursework and obtain their Master’s degree within 1 year (12 months) of hire date to be considered for this position. Rank will be commensurate with the applicant’s credentials and experience in demonstrating teaching, service, and scholarly activities. Primary duties include didactic instruction, supervision of students in the clinical setting, service, and scholarly activity that advances the practice of diagnostic imaging. The department serves approximately 90 students annually and offers modern learning environments to include 4 energized labs, well-equipped classrooms, 12 diagnostic imaging clinical education settings, and access to a state-of-the-art simulation lab. The program is JRCERT accredited and is housed within the Pat Capps Covey College of Allied Health Professions, which offers a wide variety of research opportunities and teaching support. The University of South Alabama is located in historic Mobile, on the beautiful Gulf Coast between New Orleans and the Florida panhandle. For more information about the Department of Radiologic Sciences at the University of South Alabama, please visit


Application reviews will begin immediately and continue until the position is filled. The earliest available start date is May 15, 2024. Please apply electronically and be prepared to attach (a) cover letter of interest, (b) current curriculum vitae (CV), and (c) the names of three references to Kayla Neely: Official Transcripts will be required if the candidate is contacted for an interview.


Direct questions should be sent to the Search Committee Chairperson, Kayla Neely, Department of Radiologic Sciences, University of South Alabama, Ph: 251-445-9346.


The University of South Alabama is an EO/AA employer and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, (including pregnancy, sexual orientation, gender identity and gender expression), religion, age, genetic information, disability, protected veteran status or any other applicable legally protected status.

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The Department of Radiologic Sciences at Boise State University invites you to join our innovative faculty for a rewarding career in Radiologic Sciences education. We are accepting applications for a full-time 10-month faculty position. Appointments will be made at the Clinical Assistant Professor, Clinical Associate Professor, Assistant Professor or Associate Professor rank depending on qualifications.


To view full description and apply, please visit:


Minimum Qualifications:

  • Doctorate required for Tenure track; Master’s Degree required for Clinical track.

  • ARRT RT(R) credentialed at a minimum, additional credentials preferred.

  • Competence in specific clinical practice area of diagnostic radiology, additional modality

  • experience preferred.

  • Minimum 2 years of clinical experience as an ARRT registered radiographer

  • Tenure track - A defined area of research and evidence of scholarly dissemination

Preferred Qualifications:

  • Prior teaching experience in a JRCERT-accredited diagnostic radiology program

  • Computed Tomography, Magnetic Resonance Imaging, Diagnostic Medical Sonography, Vascular Intervention, Cardiac Intervention, or other medical imaging credentials

  • Three years of academic teaching experience

  • Undergraduate and/or Graduate level teaching experience.


The position will remain open until filled, with review to begin on November 15, 2023



Professor, Radiology Technology


Florida SouthWestern State College is accepting resumes in search of a Professor, Radiology Technology in the School of Health Professions to join our team of exceptional faculty. As an FSW faculty member, you have the opportunity to directly impact the college mission to inspire our students to 'Dedicate to Graduate'. 


Florida SouthWestern State College’s School of Health Professions offers two baccalaureate degrees, one post-associate certificate, eleven associate degrees, and five certificates that prepare students for workforce entry and advancement upon graduation and successful credentialing. Nursing, Paramedic, and Emergency Medical Technician (EMT) programs are offered on all three campuses in Charlotte, Collier, and Lee counties. The program is nationally accredited by the Joint Review Committee on Education in Radiologic Technology. Graduates may apply for the examination of the American Registry of Radiologic Technologists (ARRT) for national certification and subsequent licensure by each individual state.


In addition to the valuable clinical experiences made available by our community hospitals and affiliates, FSW boasts a state-of-the-art Simulation Education Center that has obtained global recognition. Faculty, staff, and students in the School of Health Professions are active in community and professional activities at the local, state, national, and international levels.


To see the complete job description visit:


The ideal candidate will have:

  • A Master's or Baccalaureate degree from a regionally accredited institution of higher education 

  • Demonstrated ability to use technology in creating and delivering course content

  • Demonstrated in-depth knowledge of the subject area to be taught 

  • An American Registry of Radiologic Technologists (ARRT) Certification, or will obtain before December 2021

  • Experience working with diverse populations


FSW Employee Benefits feature:

  • Competitive health, dental, vision, life, and disability insurance options to meet your needs

  • Generous paid time off includes sick, personal, holidays, and winter & spring breaks

  • Florida retirement membership (FRS)

  • Educational and professional development opportunities for you and your dependents


Please submit a resume or CV, a cover letter describing qualifications and teaching philosophy, and unofficial or official transcripts.


Salary Range: $49,108.56 – $58,762.46 (for two terms): the maximum salary is based on a doctorate education level and 10 years of verifiable full-time teaching experience. Salary will be determined at the hire date.




Submit your resume for consideration to become one of the best, the brightest, the BUCS!


Florida SouthWestern State College, an equal access institution, prohibits discrimination in its employment, programs and activities based on race, sex, gender identity, age, color, religion, national origin, ethnicity, disability, pregnancy, sexual orientation, marital status, genetic information or veteran status. Questions pertaining to educational equity, equal access or equal opportunity should be addressed to the College’s Title IX Coordinator/Equity Officer: Angie Snyder; Room A-106A; 8099 College Parkway SW, Fort Myers, FL 33919; (239) 489-9051; FSW online anonymous reporting Inquiries/complaints can be filed with the Title IX Coordinator/Equity Officer online, in person, via mail, via email, or with the US Department of Education, Office of Civil Rights, Atlanta Office: 61 Forsyth St. SW Suite 19T70, Atlanta, GA 30303-8927.




Hagerstown Community College (HCC) is pleased to announce that applications are currently being accepted for a Faculty/Coordinator, Diagnostic Medical Sonography position. 

Hagerstown Community College, located in western Maryland, is a two-year public community college offering both transfer and career-oriented programs, as well as continuing education classes.  The college is excited to start a new DMS program and is searching for a faculty member who will also be the program coordinator assisting with accreditation and curriculum development.


SUMMARY STATEMENT:  This full-time, tenure-track faculty position is responsible for teaching and coordinating the Diagnostic Medical Sonography program core curricula.  The faculty/coordinator will participate in the recruitment and retention of students; procure program material and instructional resources; have oversight of program accreditation and the advisory committee; and be responsible for the ongoing development, assessment, and revision of the programs’ curricula.


EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE:  Master’s degree from a regionally accredited college or university. Must have a current Registered Diagnostic Medical Sonographer (RDMS) credential and one or more of concentrations (Registered Vascular Technologist, Registered Diagnostic Cardiac Sonographer, Registered Musculoskeletal Sonographer); have documented experience in supervision, instruction, evaluation, student guidance and in education theories and techniques; and have a minimum of three years of clinical experience as a registered sonographer in the professional sonography field.



Please review the Faculty/Coordinator, Diagnostic Medical Sonography job posting for more information and to apply online.


Questions may be directed to the Human Resources Office at 240-500-2585 or email


Assistant Professor (Clinical) and Director (Academic)

12 Month

Department of Health Care Sciences

Radiologic Technology Program


We are currently seeking a candidate for a 12-month, full-time, position as Director of the Radiologic Technology Program at Wayne State University.  The successful applicant will:


  • Demonstrate the ability to develop, evaluate and revise program curriculum.

  • Have a strong background in leadership including supervision of faculty and budgeting.

  • Demonstrate knowledge of ongoing program accreditation and assessment processes.

  • Have current knowledge of the discipline and educational methodologies.

  • Demonstrate excellence in teaching in areas of expertise.


Wayne State University is a Doctoral/Research Extensive university with an urban teaching and service mission. The Radiologic Technology Program partners with Henry Ford Hospital, an 877-bed tertiary care hospital, education, and research complex at the western edge of the New Center area in Detroit, Michigan. The Radiologic Technology Program was established in 2006 as the first Baccalaureate degree program for radiologic technologists in Michigan. It is housed in the Department of Health Care Sciences which includes Nurse Anesthesia, Occupational Therapy, Physical Therapy, Physician Assistant Studies, and Radiation Therapy. The Radiologic Technology Program integrates didactic and clinical education. Students receive excellent clinical experience at a Level I trauma center and research facility.  


Required qualifications include:

  • Master’s degree or master’s degree in progress with completion in 2 years.

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

  • Three years’ clinical experience in the professional discipline.

  • Two years’ experience as an instructor in a JRCERT-accredited program.

  • Current American Registry of Radiologic Technologist (AART) certification and registration or an unrestricted state license for the state of Michigan.


For more information please contact:

Diane Adamo



To view the job posting and to apply, visit the WSU jobs web page:


Chair, Department of Radiology


Saint Louis University (SLU) School of Medicine and SSM Health’s SLUCare Academic Division seek an accomplished physician leader to serve as the Chair of the Department of Radiology. Through nearly a century of exemplary experience, the at Saint Louis University has demonstrated a commitment to providing exceptional care to patients. The mission of the Department of Radiology is to provide outstanding patient-centered imaging, exceptional education, and innovative research.


The Chair reports to the Dean of the School of Medicine with regard to the Department’s academic mission of education and research and to the Vice Dean for Clinical Affairs with regard to its patient-care mission.  Working with colleagues in the School of Medicine and at SSM Health, the Chair is responsible for all aspects of the Department’s success and for ensuring that it plays its central role in enabling SSM Health and SLU School of Medicine to fulfill their missions.


For a fuller description of the role, please see here.




Saint Louis University seeks candidates who have a commitment to academic excellence, the highest level of personal integrity and ethical standards, and an established reputation for compassion, inclusion, fairness, and objectivity. The successful candidate will be an effective leader and respected clinician with demonstrated ability to inspire, manage, mentor, and develop a culturally diverse faculty and staff. The successful candidate will be drawn to the University's Jesuit, Catholic mission and values, including its commitment to social justice.


The Chair must be an MD/DO or equivalent, hold current Board certification in Radiology, and be eligible for an unrestricted Missouri state medical license. Additionally, the Chair will have credentials that merit appointment in the School of Medicine at the rank of Associate or Full professor.


Candidates will possess an approachable, servant-leader style and will demonstrate excellence in teaching, clinical practice, program development, and experience in research administration. They will have a record of cooperative working relationships and effective use of interpersonal and communication skills that incorporate tact and diplomacy. The Chair will be capable of establishing a culture of physician engagement, accountability, and shared responsibility for patient safety and the quality of care and will bring a willingness to learn and collaborate in all aspects of the School’s strategic approach to education, research, patient care, diversity, and inclusion.


SSM Health and Saint Louis University are committed to equal employment opportunity based on race, color, religion, national origin, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity, pregnancy, age, physical or mental disability, veteran status, and all other statuses protected by law.


Application instructions:


Saint Louis University and SSM Health have engaged Opus Partners to assist this search. Craig Smith, Partner, and Jeffrey Stafford, Senior Associate, are leading the search. To seek additional information, nominate qualified candidates, or to apply, please email them as follows:


Candidates should provide a CV, cover letter, and statement that describes their previous and potential contributions to excellence through fostering diversity, equity, and inclusion as a leader. Finalists will complete a reference check and a background check.  The search process is confidential and will continue until the search concludes successfully.

Georgia Southern University’s Department of Clinical Sciences invites applications for Program Coordinator in the Radiation Therapy program (Open Rank).


The full text advertisement, including information about the department, faculty, and the complete position announcement with all qualifications and application instructions, is available at

Screening of applications begins October 9, 2023 and continues until the position is filled.


Georgia is an open records state. Georgia Southern University provides equal employment opportunities to all employees and applicants for employment without regard to race, color, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, national origin, religion, age, veteran status, political affiliation, or disability. Individuals who need reasonable accommodations under the Americans with Disabilities Act to participate in the search process should notify Human Resources at 912-478-6947.




The University of South Alabama invites nominations and applications for the position of Chair of the Department of Radiologic Sciences at the rank of Senior Instructor. Minimum qualifications include a Master’s or Doctorate degree in a related field with an entry level degree in Radiologic Sciences/Radiation Therapy and certification through the American Registry of Radiologic Technologists. Successful candidates should show evidence of commitment to excellence in teaching, clinical education, and scholarship. The Chair is expected to provide strategic vision and leadership to the Department. While not required, post-primary certifications, evidence of scholarly research, and experience in accreditation is desirable. The Radiologic Sciences Department offers a B.S. degree in Radiologic Science and provides an opportunity to study these special modalities: Computed Tomography, Magnetic Resonance Imaging, Vascular Radiography, Mammography, Ultrasound, Radiation Therapy, and Radiology Administration.


Located in Mobile near the Mobile Bay National Estuary and the Alabama Gulf coast with its beautiful white-sand beaches, the University of South Alabama is a public, doctoral-level institution enrolling more than 14,000 students in eight colleges and schools. Founded in 1963, it seeks to establish itself as a premier academic institution in the southeastern United States. With its Colleges of Medicine, Nursing, and Allied Health Professions and two teaching hospitals, it also serves as a health services center for the region. Mobile is the center of a growing, two-county, metropolitan area (~600,000 residents) with a diverse economy.


Review of applications will begin on October 2, 2023 and will continue until the position is filled.


Applications should include a cover letter of interest, CV, and the names of three references. The application material should be sent via regular mail or email to: Dr. Nancy Rice, Professor and Chair, Department of Biomedical Sciences, Pat Capps Covey College of Allied Health Professions, 5721 USA Drive, North, HAHN 4021, University of South Alabama, Mobile, AL 36688-0002, Phone: 251-445-9265;  For more information about the department, please visit its website at:


The University of South Alabama is an EO/AA employer and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, (including pregnancy, sexual orientation, gender identity and gender expression), religion, age, genetic information, disability, protected veteran status or any other applicable legally protected status.

Exciting tenure-track Rad Tech Program Coordinator/Faculty opportunity at the nation’s oldest community college, Joliet Junior College!

Seeking your next challenge in imaging education?  Lead our upcoming accreditation journey, grow radiologic technology options, explore opportunities for developing CT, Mammo, and beyond.  Minimum requirements: Bachelor’s in related area (Master’s within 2 years), teaching experience, ARRT credential, IEMA/DNS license.  JJC offers a generous salary schedule, strong union contract, progressive benefits, and a culture that keeps turnover low through a shared focus on student success.  Projected January 2024 start.

See more details and apply via link.

Quincy College 

Radiologic Technology Program Director (Academic Position)


This is a full time, 12-month position. The Director is responsible for maintaining an Associate of Science in Radiologic Technology program, pursuing JRCERT programmatic accreditation, curriculum updates, and hiring faculty as needed.  In addition to teaching, the Program Director will be responsible for approving new student admission and hiring and supervising staff. Additionally, the Director must establish and maintain relationships with clinical education sites and Advisory Board members.

To learn more about this position, please visit:

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