Radiologic Technology Clinical Coordinator
Per the NFA Contract, Article 10, TMCC is announcing to all eligible Academic and Administrative faculty that a need exists for a Radiologic Technology Clinical Coordinator.
The Radiologic Technology Clinical Coordinator is responsible for serving as liaison between the College, program students, and all clinical sites where Radiologic Technology students are placed.
Scope of Work
This position will serve during the 2014-15 academic term.
Responsibilities and Deliverables
- Determine student competency needs affecting clinical education site assignment that assures exposure to all areas of the program competency list.
- Develop student clinical site assignments.
- Produce clinical room rotation schedule.
- Prepare/produce student clinical packet (packet includes: syllabus, memo, competency summary sheet, time cards, clinical orientation checklist, log of examination sheets, clinical appraisals, midterm data sheet, room rotation schedule, and the summary of examination report form).
- Prepare/produce packet for the clinical site liaison (packet includes: policy reminders, memo, syllabus and student competency summary sheets).
- Prepare and deliver HIPAA and security clearance documentation for students and hospital education departments.
- Meet with clinical liaisons to deliver and discuss packet.
- Review immunization documentation of students.
- Arranging elective clinical rotations (specialty areas), producing memos to student staff and clinical sites.
- Maintain master clinical assignment file.
- Maintain records of staff radiographers approve to perform competency evaluations.
- Evaluate clinical liaison evaluations.
- Evaluate clinical site radiographer’s evaluations.
- Produce report relating to unfavorable clinical site radiographer’s evaluations.
- Cooperate with Program Coordinator for periodic review and revisions of clinical course material.
- Review and assist with program handbook revisions.
- Interact with clinical site liaisons and clinical site management regarding current hospital policies and current program policies.
- Participate in the student selection process and program entrance requirements.
- Orient clinical instructors to program philosophy and mission and their responsibilities for student supervision.
The Coordinator must be a licensed Radiologic Technologist and meet the qualifications to teach in the Radiology Program.
The Clinical Coordinator will receive a three credit release for both Fall and Spring Semesters.
The Coordinator of the Radiological Technology Program.
Interested faculty will submit a letter of interest describing special qualifications and background information no later than 5 p.m. on May 30, 2014. The letter should be addressed to the Dean of Sciences. Note: Administrative faculty must include a documented plan for separation of the additional assignment work from regular work time.
The Dean will notify applicants of the hiring decision on or before June 6, 2014.