Full-Time 40 Hours
Today's Smarter Choice for Care...
Want to become part of an award-winning organization? Middlesex
Health is an award winning organization. We have been voted one of
the top workplaces in the State of Connecticut for three years
consecutively and have received Magnet recognition for an
unprecedented 5th time. We are just a few minutes away from the
beach, shopping, and fine eateries with easy access to New York
City and Boston.
At Middlesex Health, we have a unique combination of
award-winning talent, world-class technology and patient-first care
that's making health care better. Through our affiliation with the
Mayo Clinic Care Network, Middlesex Health has access to the most
advanced medical knowledge and research available.
Benefits of Working at Middlesex Health:
When you choose Middlesex Health to further your career, you
have chosen a health care provider that strives for excellence in
patient care as well as employee satisfaction. In fact, we firmly
believe they go hand-in-hand.
Middlesex Health is committed to offering employees a
comprehensive, competitive and affordable benefit package. We also
continuously seek to improve and expand the benefits available to
our employees. In addition to our paid time off, some of these
Tuition and continuing education assistance: Middlesex Health
provides financial support for training and education.
Retirement plan: The Middlesex Health Retirement Savings &
Investment Plan allows eligible employees to make voluntary,
pre-tax contributions and receive limited matching contributions
from the Hospital every pay period, along with an automatic core
contribution from the Hospital each year.
Student Loan Relief Program: Middlesex Health offers a voluntary
Loan Relief benefit from Fiducius that can help you better manage
your student loans!
This position serves as the liaison between the School of
Radiology and all clinical affiliates as well as providing
supervision of students and guidance to clinical preceptors.
Additionally, this position is responsible for teaching portions of
the Radiography didactic program, typically requiring at least one
class per semester. This position fulfills the Joint Review
Committee on Education in Radiologic Technology (JRCERT)
accreditation requirements for the School of Radiology.
Current American Registry of Radiologic (ARRT) Certification and
Registration, or equivalent, in Radiography
Unrestricted State of Connecticut Radiographer License.
Valid Driver's License
Documentation of two years' clinical experience in the
Documentation of one years' experience as an instructor in a
Joint Review Committee on Education in Radiologic Technology
(JRCERT) accredited program.
Master's Degree, or higher
Documentation of 5 years clinical experience in the professional
Documentation of 5 years experience as an instructor in a Joint
Review Committee on Education in Radiologic Technology (JRCERT)
Proficient in curriculum development, supervision of students
and clinical preceptors, instruction, evaluation, and academic
Possess strong information literacy skills, including the
ability to word process and to use spreadsheets, a variety of
Ability to organize and execute time management skills.