Adjunct Instructor - Radiologic Technology
Adjunct position for lecture/lab/clinical site visits for
Radiologic Technology students. Positions will be based on program
Two years full-time experience as a Registered Radiologic
Technologist. Knowledgeable of course development, instruction,
evaluation, and academic advising.
Prior experience as a didactic or clinical instructor in a
radiologic technology program. Proficient in course development,
instruction, evaluation, supervision, and academic advising.
Bachelor’s Degree in radiologic technology or education
Minimum Knowledge & Skills
Communicate effectively in written and oral communication.
Knowledgeable in instruction, evaluation, supervision, and academic
advising. Technology literate. Detailed knowledge of radiographic
positioning, anatomy, and use of various types of imaging
Preferred Knowledge & Skills
- Preparing and maintaining course outlines, syllabus,
objectives, and outcomes.
- Instructing and evaluating students (in the classroom, lab,
and/or clinical facility), and reporting progress in a timely
- Participate in the accreditation and assessment process.
- Participating in periodic review and revision of course
- Support the program director to ensure effective program
- Maintaining current knowledge of professional discipline.
- Maintaining appropriate expertise and competence through
continuing professional development.
- Maintain student records in accordance with established
- Attends Advisory Committee and program staff meetings.
- Maintain required student advisement hours and provide student
- Address student concerns in a timely manner.
- Promote retention and persistence by assisting students to
develop strategies for success.
- Communicate with staff, faculty, clinical preceptors and/or
staff technologists addressing any concerns or issues that
- Coach students in professional behavior.
Holds current unencumbered American Registry of Radiologic
Technologists ( ARRT ) certification and registration in
radiography. Current unencumbered Texas Medical Radiologic
- Must be able to stoop, bend, lift up to 25 pounds, and assist
in patient care and transport in the clinical facility.
- Teaching opportunities will include day, evening, and
- Able to travel to various clinical facilities.
- Proof of immunizations are required by all clinical sites.
- Clear drug and background screening.
- Valid driver’s license.
Posting Detail Information
Candidates that are eligible apply
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regulations within Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973
and the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990 and 1992.
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Documents Needed to Apply
- Cover Letter
- Transcripts (1 of 3)
- Letter of Recommendation
- Curriculum Vitae