Part-time Clinical Instructor-Radiologic Technology

  • Job Type: Teaching
  • Job Status: Open
  • Date Posted: Feb 7, 2019
  • Campus: Concord
  • Location: Concord
  • Start Date: TBD
  • Duration: TBD

Job Description

Gurnick Academy of Medical Arts is a leading Bay Area private healthcare college offering an extensive variety of nursing and allied healthcare programs such as: Vocational Nurse, Psychiatric Technician and Bachelor of Science in Nursing (RN to BSN pathway) as well as Nursing Assistant, Medical Assistant, Dental Assistant and Phlebotomy Technician and healthcare programs: Associate of Science in Physical Therapist Assistant, Ultrasound Technology, MRI, Radiologic Technology, and Bachelor of Science in Diagnostic Medical Imaging.

We are currently seeking a Part-Time Radiologic Technology Clinical Instructor to visit our clinical sites associated with our Concord Campus.

Basic Function

The Clinical Instructor is responsible for supporting the mission of Gurnick Academy of Medical Arts through the functions of teaching, training, and service.  This will be done by ensuring there is proper instruction and promoting student learning outcomes to prepare students for successful transition into the allied health field.

Essential Job Duties and Responsibilities

    • Responsible for assigned clinical instruction within Allied Health Program on a weekly basis
    • Keeps the Director of Radiologic Technology and Clinical Coordinator informed.
    • Participates in faculty meetings, activities, and is involved in the assessment process, when appropriate,
    • Cooperates with the program director in periodic review and revision of course materials, and
    • Maintains appropriate expertise and competence through continuing professional development
    • Is knowledgeable of program goals
    • Understands the clinical objectives and clinical evaluation system,
    • Understands the sequencing of didactic instruction and clinical education,
    • Provides students with clinical instruction and supervision,
    • Evaluates students’ clinical competence and submits weekly student evaluations from clinical performance
    • Maintains competency in the professional discipline and instructional and evaluative techniques through continuing professional development, and
    • Maintains current knowledge of program policies, procedures, and student progress.
    • Understand the clinical competency system
    • Understand requirements for student supervision
    • Demonstrate knowledge of program goals, clinical objectives, clinical evaluation systems, and Joint Review Committee on Education in Radiologic Technology (JRCERT) accreditation standards.
    • Outstanding verbal, writing and presentation skills. Must be able to communicate and interact effectively with students, faculty, staff and all constituencies involved in the recruitment of new students.


    • Current ARRT Credential in category of Radiography. Must be in good standing with the American Registry of Radiologic Technologists (ARRT) and obtain current California CRT licensure.
    • Associate of Applied Science degree in Radiography or document equivalent based on Diploma/Certificate and appropriate clinical experience preferred.
    • Equivalence of at least two full-time years of recent experience in the specific field of instruction required.
    • Must be state and/or nationally licensed, registered, and/or certified to practice in field of instruction assigned, per department program director and specific program accreditation requirements.

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