Teach any assigned courses and act as a substitute instructor as needed
Oversee the design, development, revision, and assessment of curricula, including course objectives, instructional methods, learning outcomes, projects, and assessment measures in conjunction with SBU Academics
Recommend program equipment, supplies, library materials, textbooks, and other items for purchase and use; monitor the safety and quality of instructional materials.
Manage special projects as formally assigned by the Director of Education (including, but not limited to new student orientation program s and open houses, assistance with accreditation preparation, campus events, and supervision of staff)
Actively engage in retention activities including documented communication with both students and administration regarding attendance and progress.
Assist students with course registration and academic advice, and mentor instructors on effective academic counseling techniques.
Assist the Clinical Coordinator with the establishment and coordination of externship sites; monitor student placement and performance at externship sites.
Identify and refer at-risk students to specific academic support services
Ensure course and program learning outcomes are delivered as defined by the syllabus.
Where applicable, ensure safety and sanitation of all labs, equipment and supplies.
Hire, train, mentor, and evaluate instructors; and maintain the continuity and relevance of the program curriculum by meeting regularly with the instructors
Provide annual documentation of continuing professional growth in educational theory or techniques and in field; instruction in educational theory or techniques may include such things as college courses, seminars or in-service on topics such as learning theory, curriculum design, test construction, teaching methodology, or assessment techniques
chair Advisory Board meetings at least twice a year, and develop community contacts that can assist with job placement, externship site set-up, community involvement, and/or student orientation
Attend regularly scheduled program meetings, academic in-service workshops, and college-wide meetings.
Adhere to and publicly support academic policies and procedures, including but not limited to the faculty handbook and catalog.
Ensure program faculty remain current in licensure, certification, and professional development
Attend graduation ceremonies each year
Perform (or assist in) the annual evaluation of program faculty
Complete and maintain an Individual Development Plan/Summary
Attend regularly scheduled in-services and discipline specific professional development activities
Complete annual appraisal with Director of Education
Maintain credentials as required by accrediting councils/agencies and regulatory bodies
- Strong organizational skills
- Proficiency in Word and Outlook
- Expertise in interpersonal and oral presentation/written communication skills, as demonstrated by: data sheet, diplomas, degrees, transcripts, certifications, CVs/Resumes, and in personal interview.
- Candidate must have obtained at least a conferred Bachelor's Degree from an accredited U.S. college/university or international equivalent, additional requirements driven by state licensing or accreditation considerations may apply.
- Must have graduated from an AVMA accredited Veterinary School.
- Must have an active and current New York DVM (Doctor of Veterinary Medicine) Licensure in the state of New York, DPS license and DEA license.
- Or must be a Veterinarian who has background in education and the professional experience necessary to understand and fulfill the program goals.
- Must have 5 years’ experience in the field as a Veterinarian within the last 10 years.
- Candidate will also be required to complete a satisfactory background check.
Sanford-Brown - 20 months ago
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Sanford-Brown in Hazelwood is a career-oriented college located in Hazelwood, MO. Since its beginning in 1998, the goal of this college has...