Faculty and Program Director: Laboratory Programs

Our Motto
Building careers for the future.

The Position:
Serve as the director of the Laboratory training programs; maintain and develop curriculum and training in cooperation with the School Director. Develop and maintain training programs such as NAACLS approved CLS and MLT programs.

ROLE:
Provide general supervision of all campus instructor personnel.
Maintain instructor schedules.
Assist the School Director in organizing community promotion activities.
Be responsible for maintaining NAACLS, national and State approved programs.
Monitor student learning within the classroom.
If needed, professionally prepare course work, course outlines, handouts and teach assigned courses according to established CIMS approved curriculum.
Monitor syllabi content and program cohesion for all CIMS courses.
Coordinate and attend all program director, and other required meetings.
Support (by offering advice and consultation) marketing and public relations initiatives for programs.
Develop and sustain relationships with local hospitals and agencies for the purpose of fostering high quality fieldwork placements and building professional partnerships.
Maintain an understanding of changes in state and federal legislation that affect the program and attend state conferences that update trends and pending legislation.
Maintain professional memberships and professional development.

In consultation with School Director:
Oversee admission of candidates to the Laboratory programs.
Recruit, support, and work with adjunct teaching and supervising faculty.
Lead the academics activities of the faculty within the program and monitor the performance of the program, in conjunction with the School Director.
Initiate recommendations regarding program planning, course scheduling, and faculty assignments with the program, in conjunction with the School Director.

Minimum Qualifications:
Must holds ASCP‐BOC or ASCP -BOC generalist certification as a Medical Laboratory Scientist/Medical Technologist.
Master’s degree.
3-5 years of experience in clinical laboratory science education that includes teaching courses, conducting, and managing learning experience, evaluating student achievement and competencies, providing input into curriculum development, policy and procedure formulation, and evaluation of program effectiveness.
Ability to demonstrate a commitment to working effectively with faculty, staff, and students from diverse ethnic, cultural, and socioeconomic backgrounds.
Possess knowledge of education methods and administration, general human resource/personnel management.
Ability to supervise and evaluate of personnel, as well as current accreditation and certification procedures.
Possess experience working with a personal computer, using Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Outlook (e-mail usage).

Preference:
Bilingual (Spanish/English) a plus.

Hourly Pay:
Based on experience. Full-time.

Position Location:
Clovis