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Clinical Coordinator - Nuclear Medicine Technology Program

Clinical Coordinator - Nuclear Medicine Technology Program

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For nearly 200 years, MCPHS University, formerly known as Massachusetts College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences, has been at the forefront of innovation in the healthcare world.  We take pride in our history, yet are motivated by a curiosity about the future.  That’s why we are constantly updating our state-of-the-art labs, innovating our curriculums, and adding programs to coincide with the needs of an ever-changing healthcare landscape. 


Faculty and staff continue to bring their talents and skills to MCPHS University to contribute to our mission of guiding and supporting students toward successful and sustainable careers in healthcare. Whatever position an employee holds, their efforts make an important impact on the overall quality of campus life. Employees are an integral part of a community that is proud of its heritage and the accomplishments that make MCPHS University a first-class educational institution.


The Clinical Coordinator for the Nuclear Medicine Technology program coordinates the instruction, direction and supervision of the students in the clinical portion of the program; teaches some classes in the curriculum, and assists the Program Director with the accreditation process, curriculum development and course content specific to the Nuclear Medicine Technology Program.


  • Prepare and coordinate clinical rotation schedules, as well as any necessary schedule changes while maintaining Title IX and American Registry of Radiologic Technologists (ARRT) and the Nuclear Medicine Technology Certification Board (NMTCB) requirements.
  • Maintain student’s clinical records and the Trajecsys system for student records of their clinical competencies, times, and evaluations.
  • Develop in-service education for the clinical affiliates as well as identifying new clinical affiliates.
  • Teach didactic and laboratory courses and creates a positive environment for learning.
  • Visit clinical sites routinely to evaluate a student’s progress, observe their skills, and distribute dosimetry badges and reports. Evaluate and discuss progress and dose records with the student and the clinical instructors.  Document all visits in Trajecsys.
  • Develop methods of clinical program evaluation to ensure ongoing effectiveness through outcome assessment and corresponding revisions.
  • Document regular scheduled visits to the clinical education affiliates to evaluate effectiveness and compliance with program policies.
  • Work under the general supervision of the Program Director.
  • Maintain student compliance with health immunizations, CPR, Criminal Background, and dosimeter badge requirements.
  • Plan, schedule and conduct student orientation at the start of clinical rotations and the program.
  • Perform the final evaluation of students and assignment of grades for their clinical rotations.
  • Participate in faculty/staff meetings and serves on committees consistent with the goals of the program and sponsoring institution and advancement of the relative professional.
  • Satisfy service and scholarship requirements of a faculty member at the college.
  • Participate in committee work when assigned.
  • Participate in admissions events such as open houses, Discovery Day, and Accepted Student Day along with any other events organized by the Office of Admissions.
  • Participate in the Summer, Fall and Spring orientations for freshman and transfer students, or any other events organized by Student Affairs.

Additional responsibilities may be assigned by the supervisor.




  • Bachelor of Science degree in Radiologic Sciences or related field required
  • Credentialed in good standing by the ARRT or the NMTCB in Nuclear Medicine Technology
  • Hold a valid, or be eligible for, a Massachusetts state license in nuclear medicine technology
  • Valid driver’s license
  • Ability to document a minimum of three years of full-time professional experience in nuclear medicine technology
  • Ability to document a minimum of two years of full-time experience as a clinical instructor in an accredited nuclear medicine technology program (preferred)
  • Ability to comply with state immunization requirements in order to visit clinical setting
  • Demonstrate strong communication, time management, and organizational skills.
  • Ability to work independently and as part of a team
  • Maintain a commitment to high professional standards.
  • Ability to meet deadlines and perform well under pressure
  • Maintain knowledge of current principles and practices of nuclear medicine technology
  • Must be inspired to and willing to teach and encourage students



  • Teaching experience
  • Ability to document a minimum of two years of full-time experience as a clinical instructor in an accredited nuclear medicine technology program


MCPHS offers a competitive salary and excellent benefits, including a substantial health/dental insurance subsidy, generous holiday/vacation policy, and a significant pension plan contribution.


Please attach a cover letter and a curriculum vitae. No phone calls, please. Principals only. Finalist candidate(s) for this position will be subject to a pre-employment background check as a condition of employment. MCPHS University is an equal opportunity employer. Applicants who would enrich the University’s diversity are welcome to apply.