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Cardiology Technologist Instructor

Recruiter:

Tanya Bassil


Category:

Allied Health Care Professionals & Seniors/Long-Term Care, Health Care Support Staff


Work city:

North York


Work start:

ASAP


Created:

04-17-2019


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 A Cardiology College in North York is seeking a Cardiologist Technology Program Instructor, (OSCT and CSCT) in good standing for an Instructor position.

The client is searching for a dedicated individual to join their faculty team as a Cardiology Technology Program Instructor
They require someone who is passionate about assisting mature students develop those skills needed to successfully transition into entry level positions in the field.
Previous training and/or facilitation experience is an asset

Hours: Monday to Friday from 8:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.

Salary Range: $80,000 -$90,000

Position Summary:
Manage classes for Cardiology Technology Program that includes ECG Fundamentals, Basic and Advanced Arrhythmia, ECG clinical Practice, Coronary Artery Disease and Myocardial infarction.
Advanced Cardiac Pathology, Advanced Cardiac Procedures etc.
Deliver assigned courses using the appropriate teaching methods including tutoring and lecturing in compliance with the College’s procedures and regulatory/legal requirements. The instructors are responsible for the administration of an assigned course and study within a diploma program by planning, overseeing and evaluating the activities of students in the assigned academic program.

Qualifications:

Graduate of Cardiology Technology Program from accredited college
At least four years’ experience as a Cardiology Technologist preferably in both hospital and private cardiac clinic.
Must be a member of the OSCT and CSCT in good standing
Experience teaching adults is considered an asset
Knowledge and commitment to the college philosophy
Effective oral and written communication skills
Demonstrated ability to serve in the assigned discipline and perform the other duties effectively as described
Ability to communicate well with students of diverse academic, ethnic, socioeconomic and cultural backgrounds, including students with disabilities
Ability to work effectively under deadlines and multiple demands
Ability to understand, interpret and apply pertinent laws, rules and regulations
Experience with innovative teaching methods, including the instructional use of computers

Interested candidates are invited to submit their resume by separate attachment in Word format.

 For further information contact:
Tanya Bassil, Sr. Partner
Campbell Morden Inc.
Phone: (416) 598-4020

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