AACC is seeking a full-time Program Director for the Radiologic Technology Program (RAD) as defined by the Joint Review Committee on Education in Radiologic Technology (JCERT). We are seeking an exceptional candidate who is committed to the college’s philosophy that education serves the greater good by providing students access to a better life. The candidate for this position understands that community colleges are positioned to fundamentally change people’s lives, and as a result, society itself. Required qualities include a belief that continuous improvement in pedagogy and relationships with students, other faculty, and staff are hallmarks of an educator who has been called to the profession. We are seeking colleagues who embrace the idea of helping students achieve their goals, and approach academic excellence as evidenced in equity as a moral imperative.
AACC believes that quality teaching and student engagement are the heart of the institution. We are seeking a candidate who is energized by the community college pathways and inclusivity/equity initiatives, and see it as their job to support a diverse set of learners inside and outside the classroom. AACC embraces the notion of life-long learning and continuous improvement, and so is looking for those with a sincere desire to self-reflect on personal instructional practices and work collaboratively with colleagues to improve teaching and learning for all students. AACC seeks to hire employees who espouse the ideals in AACC’s mission and those who will collaborate with their department colleagues to bring AACC’s vision and strategic plan to reality.
A strong radiologic technology program director candidate should demonstrate a proven ability to teach introductory and upper college-level radiologic technology (RAD) students who are part of diverse student population. Experience in radiologic technology accreditation guidelines for quality assurance, regulations, proficiency testing, is required. Additionally, radiologic technology skills, and the ability to troubleshoot laboratory equipment as well as excellence in oral, written and interpersonal communication skills is expected. The position includes extensive collaboration with local affiliated clinical sites to find placements for the RAD students as well as coordinating the clinical experience for the students. The position will require in state travel to affiliate clinical sites. Candidates should be committed to student-centered, outcomes-based education with experience incorporating multiple instructional strategies and the use of technology in teaching and learning. RAD courses to be instructed include lecture (including online), lab, and activity classes in the RAD program. The Program Director is expected to participate on committees in the department, school of health sciences, and the college. Candidates should be committed to student-centered, outcomes-based education with experience incorporating multiple instructional strategies that engages the student, including the use of technology. Strong candidates will demonstrate knowledge of evidence-based teaching practices, commitment to inclusive teaching practices, and application of these practices in a college classroom to help students succeed.
Anne Arundel Community College (AACC) is committed to enriching the educational experience it offers through the diversity of its faculty, administrators, and staff members. The college seeks to recruit and support a broadly diverse team who will contribute to the college's excellence, diversity of viewpoints and experiences, embrace concepts of equity and inclusiveness, and support the equal rights of all people by advancing the understanding and appreciation of differences including age, race, gender, ability, religious convictions, socio-economic status, ethnic heritage, or sexual orientation.
While we appreciate your interest in employment with Anne Arundel Community College, applicants must be currently authorized to work in the U.S. on a full-time basis. Employment-based visa sponsorship (including H-1B sponsorship) is not available for any position.
In the best interest of the College, only individuals who are residents of Maryland or one of the following states will be eligible for employment at the college: Delaware, Pennsylvania, Virginia, West Virginia or the District of Columbia. The college will annually review this restriction and, if appropriate, expand the list of states of employment eligibility.
• A minimum of a master’s degree, or meets the JRCERT eligibility requirements for Program Director;
• Proficient at overseeing the daily program operations including budget planning, accreditation compliance and the assessment processes,
• Minimum of two years’ experience as an instructor in a JRCERT-accredited program with proficiency in didactic, laboratory and clinical instruction;
• Proficient in curriculum design, evaluation, instruction, program administration, and academic advising;
• Minimum of three years’ clinical experience in the field of Radiologic Technology
• Holds current American Registry of Radiologic Technologists (ARRT) certification and registration, or equivalent, in radiography.
• Current Maryland radiographer license or demonstrated eligibility.