CUNY Lecturer - Nuclear Medicine Technology in Bronx, New York


The College invites applications for a full-time position in the Nuclear Medicine Technology (NMT) Program, expected to begin in Fall 2018.

Bronx Community College is among the nation's top ten colleges in minority enrollment. Our student body reflects the diversity of the Bronx; we serve approximately 11,000 students from 100 countries. We are a diverse faculty that values pedagogical inquiry and dedication to teaching. Located on a 45-acre tree-lined campus, Bronx Community College was recently designated a National Historic Landmark — the very first community college to enjoy this honor. The campus was cited as a nationally significant example of Beaux-Arts and Modernist architecture in the United States, containing seminal works by Stanford White and Marcel Breuer.

The Engineering, Physics and Technology department offers an Associate in Applied Science program in Nuclear Medicine Technology. The Nuclear Medicine Technology program is accredited by the Joint Review Committee on Educational Programs in Nuclear Medicine Technology through 2020.

In addition to teaching selected specialized courses, the individual will provide administrative leadership and direction for the overall operation of the NMT program. The director of the NMT program is responsible for the structure as well as the daily operation of the program, including organization, administration, periodic review and evaluation, continued development, and general effectiveness of program curricula. The program director ensures that a schedule of regular visits to all clinical affiliates/clinical education centers is maintained. Responsibilities include but are not limited to supervision of faculty and staff, day-to-day program management, liaison with clinical sites, assessment and evaluation of program outcomes, development and submission of required reports to maintain program registration and accreditation, student advisement and recruitment, and service to the department and the college. The Director will have direct responsibility to maintain accreditation and provide leadership in the planning and preparation to meet reaccreditation requirements.

Scholarly growth and involvement in department and college initiatives is required. Perform teaching, research and guidance duties in area(s) of expertise. Other areas of responsibility include grant writing, assessment, faculty development, and academic advisement.

Evening, Saturday, and Sunday teaching may be required.


For the Lecturer position, an earned baccalaureate in nuclear medicine technology or a related field with Nuclear Medicine Technologist qualification certified by a nationally recognized certifying board with appropriate credential(s) specific to the concentration(s) offered and the equivalent of two years full-time post-graduate professional clinical experience as a Nuclear Medicine Technologist required. A Master’s degree must be completed within the time period specified by the JRCNMT.

Preferred Qualifications: In order for the NMT program to maintain JRCNMT accreditation, the PD must meet the requirements stated in the JRCNMT Standards, Section B2.1. They are:

a) Duties The Program Director (PD) must hold a full-time appointment at the sponsoring institution and demonstrate effectiveness in program administration and assessment, curriculum design, instruction, student evaluation, and academic advisement. The PD must also demonstrate effectiveness in the supervision and coordination of the clinical coordinator(s) and other faculty teaching in the program. There must be evidence that sufficient time is devoted to the program by the PD to demonstrate that all educational and administrative responsibilities are met.

b) Qualifications The PD must be a nuclear medicine technologist knowledgeable of current nuclear medicine technology and educational methodology. The PD must:

  • hold a master’s degree from a regionally or nationally accredited academic institution,

  • hold certification and registration in nuclear medicine technology from a national certification board,

  • have a minimum of four (4) years post-certification nuclear medicine technology experience, and

  • have at least one (1) year experience teaching in the didactic and/or clinical setting for a nuclear medicine technology program.


CUNY offers faculty a competitive compensation and benefits package covering health insurance, pension and retirement benefits, paid parental leave, and savings programs. We also provide mentoring and support for research, scholarship, and publication as part of our commitment to ongoing faculty professional development.

$45,750 - $74,454; Salary commensurate with education and experience.


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April 30, 2018


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Job Title: Lecturer - Nuclear Medicine Technology

Job ID: 18400

Location: Bronx Community College

Full/Part Time: Full-Time

Regular/Temporary: Regular