Guilford Technical Community College (GTCC) is currently the fourth
largest of NC. Community College System's 58 institutions. On our
six campuses and through our online offerings, we annually serve
approximately 27,500 students, 60% of whom are students of color.
We strive to offer programs that provide equitable educational
outcomes for all students representing all backgrounds, including,
but not limited to, ability, age, gender, race, religion, sexual
orientation, and socioeconomic status. At GTCC, we are committed to
cultivating a workplace culture of inclusion that welcomes,
develops, supports, and empowers employees. We are looking for an
exceptional leader, who shares our institutional mission, vision,
and values, to join the instructional team.
The Radiography Clinical Coordinator/Instructor works in
collaboration with the Radiography Program Director and the Dean of
Health Sciences, to ensure a robust and relevant clinical
experience for program students. This position also provides
clinical instruction, customer service, data support, and
documentation services in accordance with state and college
regulations as well as external accreditation standards. In
addition, the instructional responsibilities require a broad-based
knowledge of the Radiography field which includes supporting
student success by creating an optimum learning environment,
responding to student needs, managing effective instructional
activities, modeling employability skills, demonstrating
professionalism, developing cooperative work relationships with
other faculty and staff, supporting college administrative
requirements, and maintain competency in their instructional field.
This full-time faculty member maintains a teaching load in the
Radiography Program with some administrative release time to carry
out clinical coordinator administrative duties. This individual
will primarily prepare for and teach clinical courses. Other
courses may be assigned as needed in the Radiography curriculum.
The faculty member must be able to instruct a wide variety of
radiography related content.
- Bachelor's degree in Radiography or Radiologic Technology or a
related field of study from a regionally accredited post-secondary
- Current American Registry of Radiologic Technologists (ARRT)
certification and registration, or equivalent, in radiography.
- Master's degree in radiology, radiologic science, or a related
field of study from a regionally accredited post-secondary
- Three (3) years experience in radiography clinical
- One (1) year experience as an instructor in a JRCERT-accredited
Greater than three (3)
years of experience in radiography clinical practice.
- Greater than one (1) year experience as an instructor in a
- Experience with assessment of student learning outcomes.
- Experience in a community college setting.
- Experience with distance learning and/or alternate
instructional delivery systems.