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Currently Seeking Candidates for AEIRS Event Planner

The Association of Educators in Radiologic and Imaging Sciences (AEIRS) is currently seeking a seasoned professional for the position of Event Planner. Our ideal candidate has recent and relevant experience in planning and managing large conferences including excellent negotiation skills, excellent project management and budgeting skills, excellent interpersonal communication skills, and demonstrated success in securing corporate partners and sponsors for educational events. Please note that this is not a full-time position, but time requirements will fluctuate month to month depending upon the timing of educational events.

Responsibilities include:

  1. Arranging and attending AEIRS Continuing Education conferences including the AEIRS Annual Meeting, AEIRS Regional Workshops, AEIRS Webinars and AEIRS representation to the Associated Sciences Consortium at RSNA, as directed by the Board of Directors.

  2. Arranging and negotiating meeting RFPs, site visits, venue selection, and insurance requirements in conjunction with AEIRS Board of Directors.

  3. Developing conference schedules, staging guides, and pertinent conference information for electronic distribution and posting on the AEIRS website.

  4. Submitting programs for CE approval, managing event registrations, and program evaluations.

  5. Marketing all CE events in coordination with the AEIRS Operations Manager.

  6. Maintaining communication with Board of Directors and AEIRS members regarding all CE events.

  7. Procuring and coordinating corporate sponsors and partners for all CE events.

  8. Light travel that will extend into the evening and weekend required.


Desired Experience:

  1. Bachelor’s degree or higher in education, event planning, communications, radiologic sciences or a related field.

  2. Exceptional project management skills with the ability to meet deadlines, manage time well, and perform duties of the job independently under the direction of the Board of Directors.

  3. Excellent organization skills, attention to detail, ability to prioritize and multi-task,  strong analytical skills with the ability to quickly solve problems and choose the best course of action to move forward in relation to event, members, and financial impact.

  4. Good verbal and written communication skills, solid negotiation skills, strong budget development and management skills.

  5. Outstanding relationship building skills, team player with high levels of emotional intelligence in relation to members, corporate partners, staff, and Board of Directors.

  6. Working knowledge of MS Office Suite (latest version), must have computer, printer, and scanner.


Please email a resume, including two professional references and cover letter to Tiffani Walker (toxraytiff@gmail.com), Chairman of the Board no later than May 15, 2020.

Job Description:

The Bellarmine University Radiation Therapy department in the College of Health Professions invites applicants for the Radiation Clinical Coordinator position. The clinical coordinator will correlate the didactic and clinical education for students enrolled in the professional phase of the radiation therapy program.

- Support the program director to maintain program effectiveness and assist in all aspects of program assessment, evaluation, and JRCERT accreditation.

-Maintain current knowledge in the field of radiation therapy and travel to the program's clinical sites to assess students and work with clinicians on a weekly basis.

- Maintain relationships with the clinical affiliates

-Remain current with orientation practices at each site and be responsible for all clinical affiliation agreements.

-Participate in teaching didactic classes/labs and student advisement.



1. Must hold current ARRT credentials and possess a current Kentucky license from KBMIRT in radiation therapy.

2. Graduate of an accredited JRCERT Radiation Therapy Program.

3. Minimum of 5 years of experience as a radiation therapist. Prefer university/academic medical center experience and supervisory experience.

4. A master's degree from a regionally accredited institution, with a preference of an MS in Radiologic Sciences Education. A doctorate degree is preferred.


Apply Here: http://www.Click2Apply.net/32xz74m3md3wb449



Midwestern State University


Seeking a full-time undergraduate faculty position to teach in the Bachelor of Science in Radiologic Technology (BSRT – entry-level) and Bachelor of Science in Radiologic Sciences (BSRS) programs. The position is an eleven-month contract, full-time starting Fall 2020.

Responsibilities: undergraduate on-campus didactic and laboratory teaching and online courses.  Also: scholarly activity; service to the department, college, university, community, and profession; student recruitment; and collegiality.

Minimum criteria include: ARRT Certification in Radiography (preferred additional certification and clinical experience in medical imaging modality such as US, CT, MRI, etc.); Master’s Degree (MSRS preferred); Teaching Experience – face-to-face, online, didactic, laboratory, and clinical teaching; and willingness to pursue doctoral degree upon hire.  Salary commensurate with qualifications. Tenure track available upon completion of an approved doctoral degree.

Submit cover letter and CV to: Dr. Beth L. Vealé, Radiologic Sciences Search Committee Chair, Midwestern State University, 3410 Taft Boulevard, Wichita Falls, TX 76308-2009 beth.veale@msutexas.edu    First consideration to applications received by March 30, 2020. 

This position is designated as security sensitive and requires the finalist to complete a criminal background check.  https://msutexas.edu/.  EEO/ADAAA  Compliance Employer

University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center College of Allied Health

Department of Medical Imaging & Radiation Sciences

Position Description Clinical Coordinator / Radiography

Rank: Assistant Professor/ Associate Professor/ Professor


Minimum Qualifications: Earned Master’s degree ARRT Certification in radiography Experience as an instructor in a JRC-accredited radiography program Minimum 2 years clinical experience in radiography Experience in sectional imaging such as CT and/or MR


Desirable Qualifications: Additional advanced ARRT certifications with emphasis in CT and MR Experience in use of instructional technology Experience in distance education and course design


Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities: Delivery of departmental and programmatic coursework, including sectional imaging such as CT and/or MR. Recent participation in professional activities at a leadership level. Evidence of strong verbal and written communication skills.


Major Responsibilities:

1. Participate in scholarly research, service and teaching activities consonant with the role of a faculty member of the university, college and department.

2. Assist with supervision and coordination of the clinical education of students in the program under the direction of the program director. Including:

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

            b. Maintaining appropriate records of student clinical education activities, instruction and evaluation

            c. Establishing and maintaining liaison with clinical affiliates to facilitate collaboration between the affiliate and program

           d. Acting as representative to the Clinical Education Committees.

3. Assume responsibility for instruction in programmatic and core courses assigned each semester.

           a. use technology to enhance curriculum

           b. maintain appropriate records of student instruction and evaluation

           c. supervise and evaluate students during clinical education

           d. counsel and advise students

4. Actively participate in program, department, college and university functions and committees.


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


Position will remain open until vacancy filled

Submit resume via email to: Tammy Murray, Administrative Assistant II

OUHSC, College of Allied Health,

1200 N. Stonewall Avenue AHB 3021, OKC, OK 73117

(405) 271-6477 / Email: tammy-murray@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.

Keiser University’s Melbourne Campus is accepting applications for a full-time Radiation Therapy Instructor. Primary responsibilities of the position include didactic and clinical laboratory instruction. In addition to clinical externships, the campus utilizes a VERT Seminar (Virtual Environment of a Radiotherapy Treatment room). Training will be provided to the selected candidate to use the VERT Seminar in their instruction.


Additionally, instructors are responsible for leveraging their expertise to deliver education services to students through:

  • Preparing course plans and materials

  • Delivering courses

  • Monitoring progress/attendance

  • Advising students

  • Recording grades and submitting reports

Required qualifications include:

  • A minimum of an Associate’s Degree (Bachelor's Degree is preferred)

  • 2 years of field experience

  • ARRT current registration in Radiation Therapy

  • An unrestricted Florida License as a Radiation Therapist

This is a full time position that requires daytime availability.

For consideration, only online applications will be accepted.

Apply online at: https://keiseruniversityevergladesuniversity.hodesiq.com/job_detail.asp?JobID=5586274

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