The position of Medical Lab Technician Clinical Coordinator places and manages MLT students during their clinical rotations, teaches assigned courses, advises students, assists in recruiting students, and assists with various departmental duties in accordance with departmental objectives.
The clinical coordinator is a faculty member who conducts college Medical Lab Technician courses for students using a variety of appropriate teaching methods; meets all scheduled classes prepared to instruct; prepares teaching syllabi for courses of study; prepares materials to adequately evaluate student progress; reports midterm and final grades when appropriate; maintains accurate and adequate records; establishes regular office hours for student consultation, and actively participates in the accreditation process. This will include monitoring, updating, and grading all course work in the Learning Management System (Moodle).
The work includes facilitating the documentation and clinical affiliate requirements necessary for students to enter into a clinical facility. This involves adherence to all Casper College policies and contractual obligations.
The faculty member keeps up with developments in the field of Medical Lab Technician training by reading current literature, communicating with colleagues, and participating in professional conferences.
Additional assignments may be established where appropriate.
Work is primarily performed in a classroom and/or laboratory setting. Work is usually performed during the normal work day; however, occasional early morning, late evening and weekend work may be required. Short periods of time will be spent outdoors travelling between campus buildings in various weather conditions. Occasional exposure to a laboratory environment that contains laboratory equipment and various chemicals is encountered, in which use of personal protective equipment may be necessary.
Employee must be able to stand or sit for long periods of time, speak, hear, use hands and fingers to handle materials and use computer, feel, and reach with hands and arms. Occasional lifting of up to 25 pounds may be required (lab equipment, etc.). Specific vision abilities is close up and distance with the ability to adjust focus.
Note: A teaching demonstration will be required at the time of the interview
This is a full-time, benefited position starting in the spring 2020 semester.
Applications for faculty positions will be screened to ensure applicants meet the necessary credential requirements set forth by the Higher Learning Commission to teach college credit classes.