Position Title: Health Sciences and Technology Coordinator
Rank: Assistant Director
Supervisor: Health Sciences and Technology Department Chair
Position Summary: The Health Sciences and Technology Coordinator is responsible for working with the Department Chair of the Health Sciences and Technology coordinating all Professional Practice Experience (PPE) / Practicum / Internships at both the Graduate and Undergraduate Programs within the department. Along with managing the practicums, the Coordinator’s role includes managing the practicum agreements. This role includes teaching courses, revising curriculum, assisting with accreditation requirements, recruiting and advising students; and community outreach.
Ø Coordinating all PPE/Practicum/Internships at graduate and undergraduate levels;
Ø Coordinate and manage practicum agreements;
Ø Teaches the equivalence of 7 courses for both graduate and undergraduate programs during the academic year; normally 2 courses in the Fall, 2 courses in the Spring, and 1 course in the Summer. A 2-credit equivalency will be counted as the continued work with correlating the internship coursework with students, internship sites, and assessment of required competencies before, during, and after the internship. This includes crossover with the capstone coursework.
Ø Advise students; mostly at the graduate level;
Ø Assists with admission, recruitment, and marketing;
Ø Assists with outreach initiatives to the healthcare community; Initiates development of program expansion opportunities;
Ø Assists the Department Chair in attaining and maintaining accreditation at state and professional association levels;
Ø Assists in the process of assessing program goals, including student learning outcomes;
Ø Maintains student records including academic progress and demographic information;
Ø Duties as assigned.
Qualifications: Master’s degree, PhD. preferred; holds an AHIMA credential; experience with CAHIIM accreditation; three to five years’ teaching experience, preferably in an online environment; effective communication skills; ability to support a team at a distance; excellent organization skills and attention to detail. See complete job description at http://www.charteroak.edu/AboutUs/Employment and apply with cover letter and resume by November 27, 2020. Incomplete applications will not be considered. No phone calls please.
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