DMS Instructor Job Description
1.CANADIAN COLLEGE OF HEALTH & PHARMACEUTICS
Diagnostic Medical Sonography PROGRAM
Diagnostic Medical Sonographer (DMS) Instructor
Job Requirements (Qualification & Knowledge)
· For Generalist Sonography Instructor-Canadian Registered Generalist Sonographer (CRGS®) is preferred and/or Registered Diagnostic Medical Sonographer (RDMS).
· Registered with College of Medical Radiation and Imaging Technologists of Ontario (CMRITO) in the following specialties: • Abdomen • Obstetrics and Gynecology • Vascular Technology (Required)
Musculoskeletal Sonography (Preferred)
· Minimum bachelor’s degree.
· Three (3) years of professional experience as a diagnostic medical sonographer
· Experience with online and E-learning techniques is valued.
· Ability to perform diagnostic abdominal, obstetric, gynecologic, superficial, vascular ultrasound and / or cardiac ultrasound examinations.
· Ability to technically assess diagnostic ultrasound examinations.
· Ability to understand scientific publications on topics related to ultrasound imaging at the physician level.
· Ability to explain complex concepts involving anatomy, physiology, pathology, physics, and image interpretation.
· Ability to organize, coordinate and integrate complex two year academic and clinical lab exercises.
· Ability to supervise and motivate students.
· Ability to teach to a variety of learners and abilities.
The DMS Instructor will be directly responsible to the Campus Administrator.
General Scope of Responsibilities:
1. Practice excellence in teaching and/or placement supervision.
2. Maintain a professional working relationship with all other staff members.
3. Demonstrate evidence of professional growth.
4. Carry out program specific responsibilities.
Teaching and Instruction:
1. Be proficient in information technology skills and Microsoft tools
like SharePoint, Teams, Forms, Outlook,
2. Begin class on time, in an orderly and organized fashion.
3. Be courteous to and approachable by students.
4. Follow approved policies and procedures in the conduct of all instructional activities.
5. Follow the course curriculum, as approved by the Ministry of Colleges and Universities, within the prescribed timelines.
6. Use effective motivation to help stimulate a personal desire to learn the subject/skill(s).
Constantly strive to improve instruction through:
· Self-analysis and evaluation.
· Observation and study of new instructional techniques for lecture, laboratory, or performance courses.
· The use of technology where applicable to enhance the learning environment.
· Attendance at the meetings, workshops, and conferences on the improvement of instruction, and such activities as may be required for self-improvement.
7. Utilize standard methods of evaluation listed in course outlines and required by the curriculum.
8. Monitor individual student and class progress through recording and reporting student’s attendance and punctuality, completion of course material, grades, and performance demonstration evaluations.
9. Follow college procedures for reporting student’s issues with punctuality, attendance, and disruptive behavior, in a timely fashion.
10. Prepare students for clinical placement.
1. Respond to all e-mails within 24 hours.
2. Provide and update current contact information and availability to work.
3. Complete all assignments during the time period agreed to.
4. Comply with reporting and recording procedures for working hours.
5. Follow the correct procedure to request time off, in a timely manner.
6. Report inability to meet commitments due to unforeseen circumstances in a timely manner.
Professional Growth and Currency
1. Familiarize self with all curricula and supporting material before teaching the related module.
2. Engage in activities, which demonstrate a pattern of academic, professional, and/or technical updating.
Area or Departmental Responsibilities
1. Be knowledgeable about and abide by College policies and procedures, including accurate and timely submission of all marking, reports, and transcripts.
2. Attend all meetings scheduled by the administration for orientation and planning.
3. Order instructional materials (e.g., printing, photocopying, textbooks, manuals, and audio-visual and other equipment) with sufficient lead-time to ensure for use in teaching.
4. Requests classroom changes or changes to classroom set-up with sufficient lead-time to ensure for use in teaching.
Please send the following documents as a single PDF to Hager Bekursion (email@example.com) with cc to Syed Tajamul Hussain (firstname.lastname@example.org) and with subject heading “MOA Job Application @CCHAP).
• Copy of Credential (Diploma or Degree) – If foreign credential then the WES or similar equivalence
• CMRITO license (member in good standing)
• Sonography Canada Credential
Only selected candidates will receive an invitation for interview.