GENERAL STATEMENT OF DUTIES: The Program Director will provide leadership and management of all aspects of the veterinary technology program by providing discipline-specific expertise, supervising staff and faculty members, addressing students’ needs, and maintaining a required teaching load.
DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
Maintain a teaching load
Assist with acquisition of new clinical sites for student learning and externships
Participate in accreditation process
Serve on advisory board
Develop the Institutional Animal Care and Use Committee (IACUC)
Advise students ? Participate in student orientations
Participate in system meetings and duties
Attend continuing education (CE) conferences; Attend Association of Veterinary Technician (AVTE) biannually and one other conference annually
Manage class and learning environments by maintaining attendance records, submitting grades on time, and providing constructive student feedback.
Deliver effective instruction and support a range of learning activities
Assess student learning by using a variety of techniques to access student learning
Maintain professional expertise and/or professional proficiencies
Provide service to the program by managing textbook accuracy, attending campus/system meetings, mentoring others, and developing and maintaining external partnerships
Engage in scholarly activities such as author publication(s), serve as an invited lecturer, and secure and utilize internal/external grants
Other duties as assigned
WORK SCHEDULE: Full Time, 52 weeks per year, some evenings and weekends may be required REPORTS TO: Vice President of Academic Affairs STARTING DATE: August 27, 2017
COMPENSATION: Salary based on education, experience, and existing wage rates paid for similar positions within Baker College Professional Services, Inc.
APPLICATION PROCEDURE: Please submit cover letter and resume via email only by August 6, 2018 in care of: Baker College Professional Services, Inc.-CA Human Resource Department E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org www.baker.edu
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