Pharmacy Technician Program Director - FT in Garden Grove, CA at Concorde Career Colleges

Date Posted: 1/14/2021

Job Snapshot

Job Description

SUMMARY

The Program Director manages instructors and the educational activities of the department and all classes both day and evening.  The Program Director will be responsible for the applicable accreditation commission standards or agencies regulations and the school policy and procedure department’s curricula as stated in the catalog.  All Concorde associates are required to display professionalism and uphold Concorde’s Mission and the core values of respect for the individual, integrity, teamwork, customer service, and achievement.

KEY RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Responsible for recruiting, orientating and supervising faculty members for the department
  • During an instructor’s first year of employment, conduct an observation/evaluation two (2) times during the first month, once during months two and three and at six months of employment
  • Conduct an observation/evaluation at three- or six-month intervals (at least twice a year) for each faculty member and confer as necessary
  • Ensure that student evaluations of faculty are completed at the end of each term and summaries submitted to each faculty member
  • Ensure correct scheduling and registration of returning students each period
  • Assist with student orientations
  • Participate in the budgeting process and responsible for ensuring budgetary allocations support the needs of the program
  • Review the student record for satisfactory progress at the end of each grading term of each prospective graduate to determine eligibility for graduation
  • Revise and update master syllabus for each course in the department on a continuing basis
  • Ensure that a syllabus, in proper format, is prepared and used for each course offered by the applicable department
  • Assist with ongoing review and development of curricula in the department
  • Complete and submit assigned reports
  • Assist with textbook evaluations for each course taught in the department and make suggestions for changes
  • Assist the Academic Dean with catalog review
  • Ensure department is in compliance with school catalog
  • Conduct and document regular department meetings
  • Participate in school and/or Academic Affairs meetings as required
  • Participate in advisory committee meetings
  • Participate in self-studies for various accrediting agencies
  • Assist in maintaining department equipment is in proper working order
  • Coordinate with the Graduate Services Director all information pertaining to the externship placement of students, job openings, potential candidates, and any placement updates
  • Participate as directed by the Academic Dean in the supervision of externs, clinical sites, etc.
  • Advise students regarding academic progress in the department from enrollment to graduation
  • Other duties as assigned by the Academic Dean
Qualifications

The Program Director must have management and communications skills, and the knowledge and ability to judge instructors’ competence.  The position requires strong attention to details and a positive professional attitude.

EXPERIENCE/EDUCATION

  • Must have three years of related practical work experience in the occupational field associated with the training provided (ACCSC)
  • Must have completed postsecondary training (degree or certificate) in either a state licensed school or college accredited by an accrediting agency recognized by the US Department of Education (ACCSC)
  • Must be licensed in the state of Florida (FL)