Platt College in Oklahoma City, OK is looking for the right Program Director for their Surgical Technology Program.
The Program Director for Surgical Technology is responsible for all aspects of the program, including the management, administration, continuous review and analysis, planning, development, and general effectiveness of the program. The program director is also responsible for areas related to teaching, advising students, program development and effectiveness, clinical site management, internship management, student progression, review and analysis of program data and outcomes, scheduling (student and faculty), student learning outcomes, and retention in accordance with company policies and procedures.
In support of the company mission, the Program Director for Surgical Technology works with the faculty and support staff to promote continuous improvement in the quality of instruction through ongoing development, coaching, and training. The Program Director for Surgical Technology safeguards and upholds the highest standards of compliance with accrediting bodies, state regulators, institutional policies, procedures, and best practices.
• Establish and maintain a conducive learning environment for students and faculty
• Identify, hire and train qualified faculty
• Partner with the Director of Education to lead the faculty development efforts of the department, including orientation, on-going training, and professional development
• Provide timely faculty mentoring, observations, coaching, and feedback
• Associate's degree preferably in Surgical Technology from an academic institution accredited by a regional or national accrediting agency that is recognized by the U.S. Department of Education as required by specific program standards.
• Current, valid Surgical Technology credential (CST, CSFA, or CST/CSFA) through a national certification program that is accredited by the National Commission on Certifying Agencies (NCCA)
• Minimum of five years of total verifiable work and/or instructional experience as a Surgical Technologist in the last ten years with at least three years of work (non-instructional) experience
• Proficiency in instructional methodology, curriculum design, and program planning
• Should possess experience/training as an educator
• Should have at least 1 year of management experience
• Meets any and all other state and accreditor requirements to qualify as an instructor for the Surgical Technology program
• Understanding of adult learning principles evidenced by shown ability to teach/train adult learners
• Strong written, oral, and interpersonal communication skills with demonstrated success in collaborating with diverse groups of employees and customers
• Ability to drive/travel to various extern/clinical/job sites
• Demonstrated knowledge, skills, and ability in administration within an education program
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Platt College has been providing education and career college training in Oklahoma for more than 30 years. Our focus is on helping individuals gain the knowledge and skills they need to qualify for the careers they want.