Northern Kentucky University School of Allied Health in the College of Health and Human Services invites applications for our Radiation Therapy Adjunct Professor general pool of candidates from which part time faculty will be selected for the upcoming terms (as needed).
Primary Responsibilities :
Radiation Therapy Adjunct Faculty responsibilities include: teaching Baccalaureate level courses and/or providing internship supervision at affiliate healthcare institutions in accordance with program internship policies. Adjunct faculty members will be expected to (1) use our course management system (Canvas) and any textbook-specific systems; (2) hold regular office hours. All classes may be offered day or evening. Teaching is assigned on an as-needed, semester-by-semester basis
Course content areas include clinical courses, treatment planning, imaging modalities, radiation physics, radiation biology, and radiation protection.
Minimum Qualifications: National certification in radiation therapy field of practice, or radiation therapy equivalent. Master's degree in education, management, or related field. Prefer three years of successful classroom teaching experience and significant professional experience in course content area. Official transcripts showing highest degree will be required at the time of hire.
All applicants for this position must have strong communication skills, and be effective classroom facilitators who enjoy teaching in a culturally diverse, student-centered environment
Minimum Education: Master's Degree
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About Northern Kentucky University
NKU is a growing metropolitan university of more than 14,000 students served by more than 2,000 faculty and staff on a thriving suburban campus near Cincinnati.
Located in the quiet suburb of Highland Heights, Kentucky—just seven miles southeast of Cincinnati—we have become a leader in Greater Cincinnati and Kentucky by providing a private school education for a fraction of the cost.
While we are one of the fastest growing universities in Kentucky, our professors still know our students' names.