Clinical Coordinator - Medical Sciences
Company: Marion Technical College
Posted on: May 28, 2023
The Student is....
The most important person at MTC
Without students, there would be no need for our positions.
....not a cold enrollment statistic,
But a flesh and blood human being with feelings and emotions like
...not someone to be tolerated so we can do our thing.
The student is our thing.
Provide quality instruction and assessment relative to the learning
competencies defined by Marion Technical College (the "College")
and the Medical Sciences (MS) programs and coordinate clinical
education experiences for students. Participate in the MLT and
College activities to enhance teaching, learning, and support
services provided to students, including student academic
achievement in accordance with the College-wide assessment,
strategic, and department plans.
ESSENTIAL JOB DUTIES, FUNCTIONS AND RESPONSIBILITIES
- Respond to inquiries from students, College employees and
customers in a timely manner; maintain confidentiality and privacy
in accordance with the College, HIPAA, FERPA, student records, and
any other protected documentation.
- Demonstrate ability to network and promote programs within the
medical sciences community, develop clinical education
relationships, and possess exceptional organizational skills to
manage and continue development of the programs.
- Evaluate students' performance, in cooperation with other
faculty, to assess and improve learning. Determine ability to
integrate classroom and clinical learning experiences to progress
within the course of study. Maintain current knowledge of program
policies, procedures, and student progress.
- Demonstrate professional competency in instructional and
evaluation methods. Participate in classroom, lab, and clinical
instruction and in the clinical competency evaluation for each
student assigned to a clinical site. Meet and inform students of
current program progress on a regular basis.
- Serve as faculty with administrative, academic, service, and
scholarship responsibilities consistent with the mission and
philosophy of the academic programs. Demonstrate competence in
clinical education, teaching, assessment of learning, and
curriculum development. Demonstrate expertise, enthusiasm and
creativity in teaching which produces an environment where learning
and self-improvement occur.
- Advise and assist students with scheduling and registration for
successful course degree completion, with guidance and academic
advising. Maintain and make available a current schedule to
accommodate student learning and advising needs, including office
hours, on- and off-campus meetings, classes, clinical, etc. in
accordance with the annual faculty service days' schedule.
- Teach technical courses in accordance with the Medical Sciences
courses and College objectives, the established syllabus, and the
schedule of classes (course load may vary as program development
work changes) in a classroom/laboratory setting over the course of
an academic year, including summers. Participate in on-going
evaluation and continuous improvement of curricula and course
content; evaluate student learning and outcomes.
- Provide all forms of instruction to meet objectives and student
learning needs corresponding to the level and content of the
courses being taught. Prepare and update assigned course syllabi on
a regular basis. Maintain accurate records of grades, attendance,
etc. Make periodic reviews of literature and implement supplemental
- Serve as curriculum coordinator for courses designated by the
program director. Coordinate and provide curricular materials to
assigned community faculty. Communicate and organize curricular
materials with community faculty members. Prepare course computer
disks or binders containing teaching notes, handouts, quizzes,
exams and any other supplemental teaching materials. Prepare
activities for the student laboratory experience, in accordance
with course syllabi.
- Assist in the development and implementation of policies and
procedures and develop faculty instructional schedules in
accordance with College policy. Meet regularly with program
officials to maintain current documentation of student clinical
process. Coordinate and maintain student clinical records.
- Assist program director to host CEU courses and other clinical
faculty development activities on-campus for practitioners, as
needed. Promote the Medical Sciences programs to community through
the hosting of open houses, visits to schools and community groups,
participating in campus visit days arranged through Office of
Admissions. Assist with student recruitment, registration, and
retention activities. Participate in Medical Sciences programs
accreditation activities. Assist with program assessment measures,
analysis of results and implementation of results.
- Plan, coordinate, facilitate, administer, and monitor clinical
fieldwork activities on behalf of the academic programs and in
coordination with academic and clinical faculty. Actively engage
clinical faculty in clinical education planning, implementation,
- Monitor and refine the clinical education component of the
curriculum. Facilitate quality learning experiences for students
during clinical education and maximize available resources for the
clinical education program. Establish clinical fieldwork settings,
the development of facility standards, evaluate clinical fieldwork
settings and effectiveness, and facilitate the ongoing development
of clinical fieldwork settings and faculty.
- Provide oversight for clinical practice including: select and
approve appropriate clinical practice sites; provide orientation
and train on-site supervisors; verify successful completion of
student requirements, i.e. physical requirements, drug screening,
criminal background checks.
- Verify compliance of clinical practice experience with
accreditation standards and provide oversight of the clinical
practice including on-site assessment of student experiences and
the quality of learning opportunities at least once during each
term students are assigned to the directed clinical site.
- Correlate clinical education with didactic education.
Coordinate clinical education and implement clinical rotations
which allow the student to achieve course objectives. Establish
standard methods for evaluation of student clinical, classroom and
lab performance and quality assurance. Facilitate clinical
education effectiveness through a schedule of regular visits to the
clinical education sites. Flexibility to meet instructional
classroom schedules at the facility and visit off-campus clinical
sites, as needed.
- Obtain secure clinical learning environments that demonstrate
characteristics of sound patient/client management, ethical and
professional behavior, and currency with medical sciences practice.
Educate students, clinical and academic faculty about clinical
education. Provide documented records and assessment of the
clinical education component (includes clinical education sites,
clinical educators, etc).
- Establish and monitor safety practices within the classroom,
laboratory, and clinical sites. Assist with maintenance and
inventory laboratory facilities and equipment; order materials
necessary, through the Business Office - Business Portal purchase
ordering system. Maintain user proficiency for software programs,
systems, and databases used by the College.
- Create and pursue a plan for professional development and
continuing education to keep pace with changes and advances in
teaching, learning, and in one's technical specialty or discipline.
Willing to commit and pursue continuing education, which may
include higher educational degrees, certifications, and advancement
of current knowledge of and practice in the discipline. Adhere to
the professional standards of practice for the relative area of
study and exhibit a positive, professional attitude toward College
employees, students, the teaching process, etc.
- Maintain liaison with colleagues in other institutions and
actively participate in professional associations. Attend on- or
off-campus College meetings and serve on departmental and College
committees as assigned by the supervisor.
ACADEMIC WORKLOAD REQUIREMENTS
This position is expected to instruct a minimum of 12.00 workload
hours per fall and spring and 10 workload hours in the summer
Bachelor's degree required and national certification in science;
master's degree preferred or willing to obtain a master's degree
within three years from date of hire, if required. Three years of
experience in healthcare and minimum of one year teaching
experience within a postsecondary and/or vocational/technical
university or college preferred; or one year training experience
and willingness to complete educational theory and techniques CEUs.
Willingness to work an irregular schedule as assigned. Ability to
successfully pass a background check, prior to and after
employment. Valid driver's license or dependable transportation
This position is classified as Faculty and will teach in a wide
range of educational venues to provide quality instruction to a
diverse student population for the college, primarily in a
classroom or office setting. Further information may be obtained
from the Human Resources Office.
Any other duties deemed appropriate may be assigned - The duties
and responsibilities defined above are not an all-inclusive list,
but a general summary of typical duties. Individuals in this
position may be asked to perform a wide range of related tasks,
within the scope of their education or certification, to ensure
that the highest levels of educational services are provided. We
all share the responsibility of doing whatever is required to make
Marion Technical College a great place to be - for an education and
for a career.
Submit a cover letter, resume/vita, and three professional
references for the position; a single PDF file with all required
application materials is preferred in the "attach/upload resume
section" of the application.
All faculty and adjunct faculty positions require the applicant to
submit unofficial transcripts for all post-secondary education
degree in the "attach other documents section" of the application.
If the position requires a licensure or certification, the
applicant is required to submit a copy in the "attach other
documents section" of the application.
Marion Technical College is an equal opportunity employer.
Keywords: Marion Technical College, Columbus , Clinical Coordinator - Medical Sciences, Healthcare , Marion, Ohio
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