Sinclair Community College is a comprehensive community college with an enrollment of over 25,000 students and offers career and transfer programs leading to an associate degree, certificate programs, and continuing education opportunities. Sinclair seeks to attract culturally and academically diverse applicants of the highest caliber for the full-time tenure track position in Radiologic Technology that will begin August 2022.
The following are six critical performance areas that define a tenure-track faculty position:
Scholarship and Professional Growth: Maintain and seek to improve currency and competence in the discipline and as a teacher.
Teaching and Learning Facilitation: Participate in the continuing development and implementation of the department's curriculum through teaching that reflects a strong commitment to fostering student success.
Assessment and Evaluation: Implement evaluations according to established standards and use assessment data to continuously improve teaching and learning.
Student Development: Through in-class and out-of-class initiatives, actively seek to advance the development of individual students and their capacity to meet their educational goals.
Curriculum Design: In collaboration with colleagues, actively contribute to the continuous review and revision of the department's curriculum.
Workplace and Community Service: Contribute to the operation and advancement of the college through committee service and other activities. Extend professional expertise to the community served by the college.
Minimum of a bachelor's degree required, master's degree preferred
Minimum of 2 years of radiologic practice experience required
Minimum of 2 years teaching experience in higher education preferred
Two years experience teaching in a JRCERT accredited program
Current ARRT certification and registration required and ODH Radiographers license required
ARRT post-primary certification and registration preferred
Immunization Requirements upon hire required
A demonstrated commitment to teach a concept-based curriculum with application across the life span with different patient populations in Didactic, Laboratory and Clinical settings required
Ability to contribute to programmatic accreditation and assessment, including meetings, data collection and analysis, etc. required (NOTE: Meetings may be held outside standard semester dates.)
Ability to work in groups required
Ability to use technology in a variety of modalities such as instructional support, research, and communication required
A demonstrated commitment to improving student learning through innovative strategies shown to help students succeed at the course and program level required
Effective communication skills required
The capacity to work successfully in a culturally diverse college community required
A contract for employment will not be issued without receiving official transcripts for all post-secondary degrees and successful completion of a background check.