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Clinical Coordinator - Ultrasonography

Employer
Mount Aloysius College
Location
Cresson, Pennsylvania
Salary
Commensurate with Experience
Date posted
Jan 9, 2024
Website
https://www.mtaloy.edu

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Job Details

Mount Aloysius College, recognized by ModernThink as a 2022 and 2023 “Great College to Work For,” invites applications from highly qualified individuals to join our team of faculty in the Ultrasonography Department as Clinical Coordinator, beginning Spring 2024 semester.  

Current Opening

This open position offers a regular, full-time 10-month faculty appointment with primary coordinator and teaching obligations during the core academic year from August – May.  Faculty are expected to have a regular presence on campus to engage with students both inside and outside the classroom.  The successful candidate will be responsible for clinical coordination, teaching (labs and introductory theory courses as needed), and work related to students in the Ultrasonography Program.  Candidate responsibilities will focus on coordination of clinical sites, but will also include instruction and evaluation of students and clinical affiliates.  The successful candidate will be responsible for coordinating clinical education, evaluate and ensure the effectiveness of clinical experiences; and provide clinical instruction and document the evaluation and progression of clinical performance leading to clinical competence.  

Qualifications

Bachelor’s degree in medical imaging field required; and must possess Ultrasound credentials in Abdominal, Breast and OB/GYN. Candidates who are credentialed in Adult Echocardiography, in addition to Abdominal, Breast, and OB/GYN, are also welcome to apply.  Two (2) years of full-time sonography experience required as well. Teaching experience in the clinical setting preferred, especially ultrasound. In addition, the successful candidate will possess excellent verbal, written, interpersonal and organizational skills; and be proficient in computer technology to include Microsoft Word and Excel. Demonstrated ability to multi-task and maintain confidentiality required. Reports to the Ultrasonography Department Chairperson.

About Mount Aloysius College

Mount Aloysius College (www.mtaloy.edu) is a private, comprehensive Catholic college located in Pennsylvania’s Laurel Highlands, serving a diverse community of learners. The College has a long history of responding to community needs through relevant academic programs and community service. Mount Aloysius is located on a 193-acre campus in Cresson, PA, Cambria County. Founded in 1853 by the Dublin, Ireland-based Religious Sisters of Mercy, Mount Aloysius is one of 17 such institutions in the United States and is a member of the Conference for Mercy Higher Education (CMHE). The College provides small class sizes, and students benefit from a highly engaged faculty and staff.

Commitment to Diversity

Mount Aloysius is committed to building an inclusive community that values each person and respects diversity of all kinds – diversity of thought, experience, culture, ethnicity, religion, gender/gender identity, sexual orientation, disability, etc. to create a workplace where everyone participates and is able to contribute their own unique gifts, talents and perspectives.

Application Instructions

Apply online at http://www.mtaloy.edu/employment-opportunities.  Review of applicants will begin immediately and continue until the position is filled.  Applicants needing reasonable accommodation to participate in the application process should contact the Office of Human Resources at (814) 886-6519.

Mount Aloysius College is an Equal Opportunity Employer

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Mount Aloysius College (www.mtaloy.edu) is a private, comprehensive Catholic college located in Pennsylvania’s Laurel Highlands, serving a diverse community of learners. The College has a long history of responding to community needs through relevant academic programs and community service. Mount Aloysius is located on a 193-acre campus in Cresson, PA, Cambria County. Founded in 1853 by the Dublin, Ireland-based Religious Sisters of Mercy, Mount Aloysius is one of 17 such institutions in the United States and is a member of the Conference for Mercy Higher Education (CMHE). The College provides small class sizes, and students benefit from a highly engaged faculty and staff.

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