Barton Community College seeks a full-time replacement Director of the Medical Laboratory Technician Program.
This person is responsible for all aspects of the Medical Laboratory Technician Program including, but not limited to, accreditation, organization, administration, periodic review, planning, development, evaluation and general effectiveness of the program.
Major Duties and Responsibilities:
Maintains accreditation of the MLT Program and approval of the Phlebotomy Program.
Administers a fiscally responsible departmental budget. Recommends the purchase of supplies and equipment. Pursues grant opportunities.
Manages the MLT Program, including identification of new markets, development of new and enhanced curricula and teaching methods, use of instructional methods to assure quality and accessibility, and initiation and maintenance of partnerships.
Coordinates and schedules MLT courses in conjunction with faculty.
Recruits and hires full-time faculty, adjunct faculty, clinical associates and student employees. Retains overall responsibility for management of all MLT faculty and staff.
Recruits and advises students. Enforces student discipline, maintains related records, provides direction to students regarding licensure examination. Develops studies tracking program graduates.
Facilitates continuous quality review and improvement of the educational program through study, analysis and planning.
Promotes, publicizes and represents the MLT Program. Coordinates marketing strategies with Director of Public Relations, Executive Director of Nursing and Healthcare, Promotions Specialist and Dean of Workforce Training and Community Education.
Maintains accurate records and ensures that all class and enrollment information is correct prior to being forwarded to the appropriate entity. Prepares vocational and other state mandated reports.
Coordinates use of the MLT lab to enhance instruction and learning.
Calls, attends and leads MLT Program Advisory Board meetings twice a year. Collaborates with the Executive Director of Nursing and Healthcare Education to develop and offer Medical Laboratory continuing education programs.
Director of Medical Laboratory Technician Program
Knowledge and Skills:
Master’s degree required. Consideration will be given to those with a Baccalaureate degree in Medical Laboratory Technology, Clinical Laboratory Science or Medical Technology. Master's degree completed or must be able to earn within 1 year of start date
Must have a knowledge of education methods and administration as well as current accreditation and certification procedures.
Experience in clinical laboratory science education is required.
Salary is commensurate with education and experience. Review of completed applications begins immediately.
To apply go to: jobs.bartonccc.edu Those who are hard of hearing or have difficulty speaking may use the Kansas Relay service at 1-800-766-3777 or dial 711. Position open until filled. EEO/AA.
Flexible Benefit Plan
Group Life Insurance
Retirement through the Kansas Public Employees Retirement System
Sick Leave/Personal Leave/ Holiday Pay
AFLAC Voluntary Products
Section 403(b) Retirement Plan
Course Work Grants
Internal Number: 1898
About Barton Community College
Barton Community College is a comprehensive community college located in Central Kansas serving Rice, Rush, Ellsworth, Stafford, Pawnee, Ellis and Barton Counties. Students have the option of enrolling in face-to-face and online courses. The beautiful main campus sits on 160 acres atop a hill about two miles northeast of Great Bend. Barton also boasts the Camp Aldrich, which sits on 290 acres of rolling hills and grassland north of Cheyenne Bottoms.
On campus housing is available for up to 330 students after completion of a recent housing facility project.
Barton offers traditional general education courses, athletics, fine and performing arts opportunities, a plethora of career and technical training offerings, GED courses, transfer options and online classes. Further, Barton is a leader in providing training to the military with service locations at Fort Riley and Fort Leavenworth, which also impacts educational opportunity and offerings for residents of the Flints Hills region and Northeast Kansas.
Barton's full-service campus at Fort Riley, which celebrates its 35th year in 2015, emphasizes access to education for active military and their family members.
Barton's c...ampus at Fort Leavenworth provides many of the common services available at Fort Riley. It has been operational since 2012 and has maintained steady substantial growth.
Barton is accredited by the Higher Learning Commission and fulfills its mission to “improve the economic and social lives of individuals and their contributions to society.”