A Medisend College Instructor is responsible for the planning, delivery and assessment of assigned courses. An instructor also participates in the development of learning outcomes and new courses, program assessment, academic support services, student project oversight and professional development.
- Delivery of lectures and laboratories that cover the course objectives as stated on the course syllabus.
- Provide instruction in soft skills expected by the industry, including research for troubleshooting, report writing and presentation and customer communication.
- Participate in development and preparation of new curricula and/or learning outcomes, as needed.
- Participate in modification and maintenance of current course curriculum to industry needs standards.
- Assess student performance including exams, projects, laboratory assignments and/or homework assignments as outlined on the course syllabus.
- Modify and maintain up-to-date laboratory procedures and standards.
- Maintain laboratory facilities and laboratory supply inventories for laboratories associated with courses taught.
- Assist with Program Review.
- Identify and request new/additional learning resources, as needed.
- Provide academic assistance to students as needed.
- Maintain current knowledge and expertise in the field of Biomedical Engineering and pedagogy.
- Provide expert advice, consultation and guidance in biomedical engineering matters to college administrators.
- Other duties as assigned.
- A Bachelor’s degree in Biomedical Engineering Technology or Electronics or related fields. Master’s degree preferred.
- OR an Associate Degree in Biomedical Engineering Technology or Electronics or related fields and 3 years of industry experience.
- Teaching experience as an instructor in Biomedical Engineering Technology or Electronics or related fields.
- Strong written and verbal communication skills required.
- Excellent presentation and public speaking skills required.
- Proficiency with common office software and computer networking preferred.
- Must have, or be capable of receiving, vaccinations recommended by CDC.
- Verifiable references.