Colleges of the Fenway Adjunct Faculty - DMS General Program - Lab Instruction - MCPHS University in Boston, Massachusetts
For nearly 200 years, MCPHS University, formerly known as Massachusetts College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences, has been at the forefront of innovation in the healthcare world. We take pride in our history, yet are motivated by a curiosity about the future. That’s why we are constantly updating our state-of-the-art labs, innovating our curriculums, and adding programs to coincide with the needs of an ever-changing healthcare landscape.
Faculty and staff continue to bring their talents and skills to MCPHS University to contribute to our mission of guiding and supporting students toward successful and sustainable careers in healthcare. Whatever position an employee holds, their efforts make an important impact on the overall quality of campus life. Employees are an integral part of a community that is proud of its heritage and the accomplishments that make MCPHS University a first-class educational institution.
The School of Medical Imaging and Therapeutics seeks adjunct faculty to teach in the Diagnostic Medical Sonography laboratory setting. The course content includes abdominal, gynecological, and thyroid scanning protocols.
Required: Registered Diagnostic Medical Sonographer in the Abdomen specialty, through the American Registry of Diagnostic Medical Sonography (ARDMS-Abdomen and OB/Gyn) A minimum of five years of full-time experience in a hospital environment
Desired: A Bachelor's degree College level teaching experience in a CAAHEP or NEASC accredited sonography program
To apply, please visit www.mcphs.edu/careers. Attach a cover letter and ar curriculum vitae. No phone calls, please. Principals only. No relocation available. Finalist candidate(s) for this position will be subject to a pre-employment background check as a condition of employment. MCPHS University is an equal opportunity employer. Applicants who would enrich the University’s diversity are welcome to apply.
Date Posted: 11/29/2016