The Faculty/Program Coordinator has ultimate responsibility for all aspects of program as directed by the most current Core Curriculum. There are also teaching responsibilities.
Teach Surgical Technology Assistant classes as necessary
Maintains current curriculum and clinical requirements in accordance with most current edition of the SGT Core Curriculum
Acts as curriculum proctor for all Surgical Technology students
Prepares the annual departmental budget, and supervises expenditures
Is responsible for grant proposals and program development
Directs the recruitment, selection, and recommendations for appointment of all new staff members within the department
Oversees all adjunct clinical staff, maintaining current personal/professional data on file in Surgical Technology Department
Provides a liaison between department and administration in matters affecting the department
Makes recommendations with references to promotion, tenure, and other matters of concern to members within the Health Professions
Collects necessary data and maintains such academic and fiscal records as may be required by the college
Maintains the department library and provides necessary test/articles to the college library
Is responsible for annual meeting of the program advisory board
Insures that all necessary correspondence and actions regarding accreditation and student credentialing are accomplished
Collects, analyze and prepares all the necessary data for yearly submission of Annual report
Maintains all data collected for Annual report in a clear logical and organized method
Prepares necessary materials for any random on-site visit for ARC-ST
Insures that all clinical affiliation agreements are properly executed and that cordial relationships with all clinical affiliates are maintained.
Possess a Master's degree or higher
Possess a credential in the field of surgical technology through a national certification program that is accredited by the National Commission on Certifying Agencies (NCCA).
Have a minimum total of five years experience, either in the operating room scrub role or as an instructor in surgical technology or a combination of both, within the past ten years.
Possess proficiency in instructional methodology, curriculum design and program planning
Additional Salary Information: The 2020/21 starting salary for rank of Assistant Professor is $55,572.
Onondaga Community College offers a generous and competitive benefits package including:
New York State Teacher's Retirement System or TIAA enrollment.
Excellent health and dental insurance plans (qualifying domestic partner included).
Internal Number: 125846
About Onondaga Community College
Onondaga Community College, located in Syracuse, NY is a college of the State University of New York (SUNY) system and one of 30 locally sponsored community colleges throughout New York State. Onondaga County is our sponsor. We offer two-year degree programs that serve as transfer opportunities to baccalaureate degree programs at four-year campuses or for direct entry to the workforce. We also offer certificate programs that can generally be completed in one year. Onondaga is a diverse educational learning community. We are committed to creating and maintaining an atmosphere where individuality is not only recognized - but encouraged - to contribute to the fabric of the campus environment. We continue to serve the educational and economic development needs of the region and proudly boast more than 40,000 alumni.