The Surgical Technology Instructor will ensure ethical conduct, sound educational practices, and the academic development of each student, with a focus on the Mission Objectives of the College of Health Care Professions. In this position, the Instructor delivers the curriculum to help students achieve their educational goals. The instructors will also manage their classrooms and promote a positive and engaging learning environment, provide support, tutoring, and other assistance as needed. Instructors are to “model” the professional behaviors, language, and activities expected of our students.
Utilize classroom and lab instruction, student assessment mechanisms, and classroom management techniques to provide an engaged classroom experience to students.
Guarantee that student has been presented with material to successfully meet the learning objectives of each course within a student’s program of study.
Ensure the instructional materials and equipment are ready for student use, sufficient in quantity, and are properly maintained and in working order.
Participate in on-going faculty assessment and professional development activities to ensure an active and engaging classroom for all students; maintain required certification and licensure.
Actively participate in the meeting, review, and analyze data, compile reports, and meet academic and administrative deadlines.
Ensure campus compliance with all federal, state, and regulatory bodies’, guidelines, along with internal policies of the company.
Monitor attendance of students and submit to registrar’s office before leaving work day/evening.
Prepare weekly lesson plans; follow syllabi to maintain a pace to meet requirements.
Ensure strict adherence to the school schedule.
Notify the Director of all incidents and/or issues immediately.
Grade tests and submits grades on time to the register’s office.
Maintain and clean classrooms, laboratory areas, and faculty offices.
Currently certified as a Surgical Technologist from National Certification program that is accredited by the (NCCA)
Minimum of four years’ experience as a surgical technologist
Certificates and Licenses:
Certification, Registry and/or Licensure in field of instruction approved and recognized by state regulation agency and accrediting organization. If applicable.
Internal Number: STAUS1120
About The College of Health Care Professions - Austin, TX Campus
As a leader in healthcare education and training, CHCP helps students develop the skills they need to meet the demands of today’s healthcare industry. Founded by physicians, CHCP is focused on healthcare education and training and its accredited programs have been developing healthcare professionals for 30 years. CHCP faculty have real-world, on-the-job experience, and are committed to helping students succeed. Just as importantly, CHCP’s on-campus, blended, online and hybrid program offerings give students flexible options to learn on their schedule. For more information, visit www.chcp.edu.
Mission: CHCP is dedicated to providing quality training to the aspiring allied health professionals. Knowledge and proficiency are attained through demonstration; actual operation of equipment; and practice of learned techniques. It is our aim to provide the aspiring professionals with the knowledge and technical proficiency that will make them employable for a career in the allied health care field.