Faculty & Radiologic Science Program Director, School of Nursing and Health Sciences

Faculty & Radiologic Science Program Director, School of Nursing and Health Sciences

The School of Nursing and Health Sciences is seeking a full-time Radiologic Science Program Director to join their faculty. The successful candidate must be willing to teach and serve in accordance to best practices, while advising students and maintaining an active program of clinical scholarship/research. All employees must understand the mission of Catholic higher education and be committed to the core values, mission, goals and objectives of Holy Family University.
The Director is responsible for the organization, administration, periodic review, continued development, and conducting ongoing assessment to ensure overall effectiveness of the Radiologic Science Program.  
This is a full time, 12-month position. This position will start July 1, 2023.

Responsibilities (not all inclusive)

  • Coordinates and conducts procedures to maintain programmatic accreditation, ensuring compliance with policies and procedures as outlined in JRCERT Standards for an Accredited Educational Program in Radiologic Sciences (Self-Study Reports, Annual Reports, Interim Reports).
  • Enures effective program operations; provides oversight for day-to-day support for faculty; addresses faculty requests and student issues/concerns in a timely manner and informs the Dean of issues as appropriate. Serves as the liason among student, faculty, and Dean with the School of Nursing and Health Sciences.
  • Monitors program enrollment and collaborates with Clinical Coordinator to secure clinical affiliations to maintain/increase capacity.
  • Oversees the Master Plan of Education, monitoring quality and faculty compliance as directed in the STANDARDS and ASRT Radiography Curriculum.
  • Prepares and monitors Program’s annual operating budget and accounts for expenditures.
  • Supervises and evaluates performance of Clinical Coordinator, faculty (full/part-time/adjunct), and students.
  • Schedules classes, assigns faculty and hires new adjuncy faculty as needed.
  • Serves as the point of contact for program admissions; establishes structure of admissions criteria for applicants, oversees the admission process,  reviews all applications, coordinates and schedules interviews, and participates in the selection process.
  • Acts as radiation safety officer (or designate faculty), responsible for establishing and maintaining radiation safety policies and procedures.
  • Organizes, schedules, develops agendas, and ensures minutes are maintained for Advisory Committee meetings.
  • Participates in University events including Open Houses, Accepted Students Reception and Orientation.
  • Advises students in the ASRS, BSRS, and Post-Primary degrees/tracks.
  • Prepares and distributes “Admission Requirements Information” to all incoming Radiologic Science students; ensure compliance of incoming students with clearances/background checks/health records, submission of required program documents, etc.
  • Prepares and updates program/publication material for submission including the University Catalog, Student Handbook, website compliance, program fact and sequence sheets.
  • Responds to program inquiries (phone/email/walk-ins) and follow up as necessary.
  • Directs collection of and maintains programmatic outcomes data as part of Program’s Assessment Plan, ensuring ongoing effectiveness through outcomes assessment and corresponding revisions.
  • Collabrates with faculty to develop and maintain short and long-term goals/objectives to promote student learning, satisfaction, and retention within the Program’s degrees/tracks.
  • Maintains appropriate levels of competency in instructional methodologies, and evaluative techniques through continuing education and active membership in professional organizations; keeping abreast with changing  paradigms in Radiologic Technology education.
  • Teaches didactic and/or laboratory classes; providing course syllabi and participating in annual review/revision of course content and materials, meeting the requirements set forth by the University and JRCERT. The position is currently 12 teaching/12 admin release.
  • Prepares and submits the documentation of the post-primary courses to the ARRT for Structured Education requirements approval.
  • Serves as the mentor for any Radiologic Science student on academic probation (weekly meetings, action plan, outcomes).
  • Participation in school and university-wide committees and initiatives.
  • Provides meaningful service to the School, the University, and the community.
  • Demonstrates a commitment to scholarship, continuing education, and professional organizations.


  • At least three years of experience working in the professional discipline and at least two years of experience as an instructor in a JRCERT accredited program required.
  • Proficient in curriculum development, supervision, instruction, evaluation, and assessment.
  • Graduate of an accredited program in Radiologic Technology and holds, at minimum, a master’s degree as required by the JRCERT. Doctoral degree preferred.
  • Registered and in compliance with CE credits with the American Registry of Radiologic Technologists (ARRT) in the discipline of Radiography (R).

Required Knowledge, Skills and Abilities

  • Knowledge of and ability to follow university policies and procedures.
  • Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with the campus community.
  • Maintains current knowledge of the professional discipline and educational methodologies through continuing professional development.

Interested candidates should send a cover letter, curriculum vitae, statement about teaching and research interest, graduate transcripts, and three letters of recommendation to nursingsearch@holyfamily.edu. Review of applications will begin immediately and continue until the position is filled.