The radiologic science program is seeking a registered radiographer with a minimum of a master's degree for a temporary non-tenure track position with competitive salary and benefits, as well as possible summer teaching opportunities.
Primary Responsibilities :
Responsibilities will include: 1) Teach courses in the radiography curriculum 2) Participate in program meetings and other operations including program review and assessment.
Required education is a Master's Degree
At least one year of teaching experience is also required
Four or more years of clinical experience in radiography and a Kentucky Radiation Operator's License or eligibility for licensure.
A complete application will include:
- Curriculum vita/resume - Documentation of certification in radiography - Contact information for 3 professional references - Cover letter and teaching philosophy which should describe how well the applicant satisfies the qualifications described above - A statement of your personal philosophy on diversity and inclusion and why they are important in higher education
Review of applications will begin immediately and continue until the position is filled. Questions regarding the position or application process may be directed to Human Resources 859-572-5200 or the Search Committee Chair, by email at firstname.lastname@example.org. Any candidate who is offered this position will be required to go through a pre-employment criminal background check as mandated by state law.
Minimum Education: Master's Degree
Quick Link: 9541
Internal Number: 9541
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