Business Unit: College of Allied Health Professions
Department: Medical Imaging & Therapeutic Sciences 50000727
Reg-Temp: Part-Time Regular
This position is a .50 FTE faculty position in the Medical Imaging and Therapeutic Science department. The responsibilities will be split between Teaching and Administration and Service.
1.Assume teaching responsibilities as assigned for the delivery of courses in the Cardiac and Vascular concentrations in the Diagnostic Medical Sonography (DMS) Program within the Department of Medical Imaging and Therapeutic Sciences (MITS).
2.Provide laboratory instruction for students in the Cardiac and Vascular concentrations in the DMS Program.
3.Assume responsibility with other program faculty for the continuous review of the DMS curricula to ensure it meets the needs of the student body, professional curriculum guidelines, and accreditation standards.
4.Provide didactic and clinical advising to cardiac and vascular students.
5.Collaborate with program faculty to assess the effectiveness of the clinical curricula in preparing students for entry level practice.
1.Attend departmental and program meetings.
2.Serve on the Admissions Committee for the Diagnostic Medical Sonography program.
3.Participate in scheduling cardiac and vascular clinical rotations.
4.Facilitate an ongoing positive working relationship with clinical affiliate sites.
5.Build and sustain community partnerships in support of clinical education throughout Nebraska.
6.Participate in accreditation efforts; such as, self-study and interim reports, outcomes collection and evaluation.
7.Assist Program Director with day-to-day functions of the program, including but not limited to, recruiting, admissions and advising processes, and curricular development efforts.
1. Maintain personal clinical competency in cardiac and vascular sonography.
2. Participate in continuing education to maintain national certification.
3. Perform other functions appropriate to a faculty member as assigned.
4. Continue professional development through appropriate educational and professional activities.
5. Distribution of responsibilities are subject to change based on the needs of the Program and at the discretion of the Program Director.
Bachelor’s degree required.
Minimum of two years professional experience as a vascular cardiac sonographer.
Experience in course development.
Prior teaching experience in the classroom setting.
ARDMS or CCI credentialed in vascular and cardiac ultrasound.
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