MRI Program Coordinator Academy
- Apr 20, 2017 Post Date
- 0021867 Requisition #
This is a highly visible position that includes daily contact with the interdisciplinary clinical team. It requires a mature, self-motivated individual who needs minimal supervision. Excellent time management skills will be used daily to meet critical deadlines. Excellent communication, problem solving and critical thinking skills are required to enable this incumbent to collaborate with all levels of NM, including NM Academy and NMH Imaging personnel. Reports to the Director, Clinical Education and the Radiology Manager in collaboration with the Medical Director of MRI. Assists in the coordination of orientation programs for clinical MRI students, coordinates and teaches didactic courses and instructs in clinical training as needed. Works with clinical staff, educators and preceptors to support practices and develop their skills and knowledge around student learning, supervision, evaluation, and program policies and procedures. Ensures the technical competence of the Imaging staff and assists in the development and implementation of clinical protocols. Assists in the facilitation of operational activities related to quality patient care and overall Imaging department functioning. Participates in MRI program quality improvement activities and provides ideas and suggestions for process improvements, as related to student education, within the NM clinical sites. Monitors and tracks student survey data on staff/preceptor performance and clinical rotation area assignments. Develops rapport with clinical leadership to ensure compliance with all regulatory and safety agencies and safety standards, where applicable. Collaborates with the interdisciplinary clinical team on student performance and determines corrective action as needed. Assists in the development and revision of program policies and procedures in relation to the clinical training aspects of the program. Works with the interdisciplinary clinical team to ensure adequate levels of student supervision are maintained and makes adjustments to clinical assignments as necessary; ensures clinical rotation schedules provide equitable learning opportunities. Documents and communicates student/clinical staff issues and/or concerns in a timely manner. Participates in program informational sessions and student recruitment activities as needed. Participates in the student selection process (and in clinical site selection if appropriate) to ensure an optimal clinical experience. Meets with the NM Academy/Radiology manager/director on a regular basis. Maintains student clinical files and attendance documents, ensuring accuracy of student records. Supports the NM mission by exhibiting superior customer service skills to achieve the best patient experience for every patient receiving services through the program. Performs other duties as they apply. AA/EOE
Required: Baccalaureate degree graduate of an accredited school/college of Radiologic Technology. IEMA and AART license specific to the modality. Certification and registration by the American Registry of Radiologic Technologists (ARRR) in Radiography, Magnetic Resonance Imaging and Certification by the Nuclear Medicine Technology Certification Board (NMTCB) in Nuclear Medicine. Department of Nuclear Safety license-IDNS.
BLS Recognition (CPR). Analytical ability. Excellent communication skills to coordinate and deliver effective student instruction. Evidence of experience in delivering education based upon adult learning principles. Evidence of proficient level of experience in program specific area (minimum of 2 years). Interact and collaborate effectively with others in challenging situations.
Preferred: Experience as an educator, preceptor, or instructor and a proven strong interest in workforce development and training. Masters degree.