SDMS's core purpose is to enhance the art and science of medicine by advancing medical sonography. As an SDMS member you will join an exclusive network of over 28,000 sonographers and sonography students.
Formed in 2009, the SDMS Foundation is a nonprofit charitable organization affiliated with the SDMS. The SDMS Foundation fosters professional learning and excellence by working to improve the field of diagnostic medical sonography.
Prepare for class starts by organizing student material and texts to be distributed.
Prepare lesson/unit plans and submit to the Program Director and/or Academic Dean.
Organize and present subject matter in a meaningful way to students.
Develop course material and evaluation tools as needed, with approval of Program Director or Academic Dean.
Instruct classes as assigned.
Evaluate student progress.
Advise students at mid-term and term end with documentation.
Evaluate students on professionalism (appearance/dress code, attitude, cooperation)
Maintain student records, grades, and attendance. Post on permanent record sheets daily.
Research and prepare all lecture materials in advance of class presentation.
Notify students of make-up work due.
Tutor students during make-up time.
Monitor students during make-up time.
Keep informed of current standards related to instructional area.
Maintain a classroom environment conductive to learning.
Attend outside workshops and seminars on improving instructional and professional skills when time and resources permit.
Supplement student material when needed.
Attend orientations, staff meetings, and faculty meetings as scheduled.
Assist with preparations for graduation ceremonies.
Attend graduation ceremonies.
Assist in inventory and ordering of supplies and texts.
Maintain classrooms in a neat and orderly fashion.
Assist in maintenance of equipment.
Report any down equipment to the Program Director or Academic Dean
Maintain a cheerful, enthusiastic, positive attitude.
Assist financial aid and administrative departments by providing information as needed.
Assist in distributing student recognition pins and attendance stars.
Refer students to the Program Director and/or Academic Dean if additional advising is necessary.
Refer students having excess of three (3) absences to the Program Director or Academic Dean.
Faculty should remain in classrooms for all assigned instructional times.
Faculty should adhere to scheduled student breaks.
Faculty will utilize instructional plans.
Faculty will direct and assess student progress in achieving theory content: cognitive) and performance (competencies: psychomotor and affective) requirements of the program.
Other duties as assigned by the Program Director or Academic Dean.
Degree-varies depending on course, campus location and accreditation requirements.
Experience: A) Associate Degree programs—4 years experience in related field—specific experience varies depending on course, campus location and accreditation requirements. B) Non Degree programs—Three years experience in related field—specific experience various depending on course, campus location and accreditation requirements.
Excellent oral and written communication skills.
Previous teaching experience strongly desired.
Faculty will be knowledgeable in the course content.
Faculty will be effective in directing and evaluation student learning and lab performance.
Faculty will be prepared in Educational Theory and Techniques.
Internal Number: 3819
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Concorde Career Colleges, Inc. is proud to prepare America’s next generation of health care and dental professionals through career-focused, hands-on training and teaching.
We operate 16 campus locations across eight states under the direction of our leadership team. While Concorde incorporated in 1988, many of our campuses have been serving their local communities for 50+ years.
Concorde Career Colleges prepares committed students for successful employment in a rewarding health care profession through high-caliber training, real world experience and student-centered support.