Adjunct Assistant Professor, Nuclear Medicine Technology Program
Radiologic Technology Programs
Santa Fe College (SF) has been recognized as one of the top-rated community colleges in the United States. Santa Fe College is a comprehensive public college that offers a range of Bachelor’s degrees, Associate in Arts, Associate in Science and Associate in Applied Science degree options, as well as certificate and non-degree programs. Santa Fe College is a student-centered institution with a commitment to open access, academic excellence, and cultural and ethnic diversity. A high quality of life, temperate climate, proximity to the University of Florida, diverse cultural events, and plentiful recreational opportunities make SF and Gainesville an ideal community to work and live.
Compensation: $945.60 per credit hour (critical need) as per the SF Salary Schedule. Limited to teaching no more than 12 credit hours or equivalent per semester.
Santa Fe College accepts applications for adjunct assistant professors on a continuous basis. However, it does not necessarily imply there are immediate openings. Please inquire with the department in which you are applying, for current vacancy opportunities and the status of your application.
Under general supervision, the Adjunct Assistant Professor, Nuclear Medicine Technology will develop, prepare and teach Nuclear Medicine Technology coursework. Faculty may be assigned to SF’s main Northwest campus or at any of the program’s clinical affiliate locations. Additionally, course offerings may be taught during the day, evening, or online. Candidates must have the flexibility to teach assigned time and format at any site throughout the academic year. Successful candidates will demonstrate the ability to reach a diverse student population, flexibility, willingness to work with others, and an interest in the integration of classroom and clinical experience. The candidate’s primary function will be to teach didactic, laboratory, and clinical courses in Nuclear Medicine Technology.
Plan, organize, and deliver instruction in didactic, laboratory and/or classroom settings to promote student success within a community college setting.
Support and promote the college and departmental missions centered on excellence in teaching and learning through quality instruction, curriculum enhancement, and service.
Collaborate with department chair, faculty, and peers to evaluate, revise, and develop curriculum to cultivate the mastery of course content.
Strictly honor the privacy and security of student records and other sensitive information according to appropriate state, federal and college regulations, policies and procedures.
Provide students with frequent, timely assessment of and clear feedback regarding academic performance.
Appropriately document student progress and maintain records including attendance, grading and student learning outcomes.
Maintain appropriate office hours proportionate to the instructional assignment.
Assist the Program Director with preparing reports for internal and external audiences.
Coordinate, implement and evaluate the clinical education component of the curriculum; (i.e. initiate and maintain clinical affiliate contracts, student clinical rotation placement, clinical affiliate visits and evaluations); ensure effective program operation and compliance with JRCN MT, SACS, or other regulatory agency requirements.
Correlates clinical education with didactic education and evaluates student performance and learning.
Maintain current knowledge of the discipline and educational methodologies through continuing professional development.
Participate in student recruitment and advisement.
Participate in meetings and program advisory committee work as designated.
Assist with implementation of college policies, procedures, and practices in accordance with SF college philosophy, values, and mission.
Provide service excellence through courteous, informed, accessible and professional engagement.
Work a flexible schedule at multiple worksites.
Perform other duties as assigned.
Reports to: Department Chair, Allied Health Programs
Required: An Associate degree in Nuclear Medicine Technology, current industry credential from the American Registry of Radiologic Technologists (ARRT) RT(N) OR Nuclear Medicine Technology Certification Board (NMTCB) certification as a registered technologist (CNMT) in good standing, and a minimum of 2 years clinical experience as a Nuclear Medicine Technologist. A criminal background check will be conducted.
Preferred: Candidates with teaching experience in a JRCNMT or regionally accredited educational program in Nuclear Medicine Technology.
Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:
Ability to work successfully in a multi-cultural environment.
Communication – able to effectively communicate in a professional, diplomatic, empathetic, and tactful manner using preferred method and level as applicable to the job.
Application Process:All applicants must complete the SF Employment Application, submit a letter of intent, an up-to-date resume, copies of appropriate credentials, as well as college transcripts through the job portal to be considered for this position. Three letters of recommendation need to be sent directly from the individuals providing them to Sharon.email@example.com.
Unofficial transcripts are only accepted for review purposes, official transcripts are required prior to any offer of employment being made.
Letter of Intent, Licensure, Resume/Curriculum Vitae, Unofficial Transcripts