To lead, direct, manage, supervise, plan, and coordinate the Veterinarian Medical Technology (VMT) program for the college; to coordinate assigned activities with other college departments, divisions, and outside agencies.
Provide leadership and management responsibility for workforce preparation in Veterinarian Medical Technology Program and activities that incorporate current technology and effective methods of instruction that meet the needs of employers.
Plan, direct, and participate in the instruction for VMT programs; develop supplemental materials and tests; maintain accurate records of student attendance and performance.
Plan, direct and implement policies and procedures that meet American Veterinary Medical Association CVTEA Accreditation Standards. Ensure that all documentation to continuously maintain AVMA accreditation is complete and properly maintained.
Manage and participate in the development and implementation of goals, objectives, policies, and priorities for VMT program including curriculum development and instructional coordination; recommend, within departmental policy, appropriate service and staffing levels; recommend and administer policies and procedures.
Continuously monitor and evaluate the efficiency and effectiveness of service delivery methods and procedures; assess and monitor workload, administrative and support systems, and internal reporting relationships; identify opportunities for improvement and review with the Public Service Department Chair.
Select, train, motivate and evaluate division faculty and staff; provide or coordinate professional development of faculty and staff; work with employees to correct deficiencies; implement discipline and termination procedures.
Plan, direct, coordinate, and review the work plan for the VMT program; meet with staff to identify and resolve problems; assign work activities, projects and programs; monitor work flow; review and evaluate work products, methods and procedures.
Coordinate and participate in the development and administration of the VMT program annual budget,direct the forecast of funds needed for staffing, equipment, materials, and supplies; direct the monitoring of and approve expenditures; direct and implement adjustments as necessary.
Serve as liaison for VMT program with other college departments, division, agencies, industries, organizations, and the media; negotiate and resolve significant and controversial issues.Recruit, interview, evaluate, and hire VMT instructors; develop and draft instructor contracts and necessary materials for instructors.
Develop, coordinate and implement faculty schedules to ensure an equitable allocation of course assignments.
Provide direction for the development, implementation and review of the VMT program.The program director will be given a reduced teaching load to allow sufficient release time to ensure the needs of their program are met, specifically, the management and administration of their program.
• Five-year’ experience full-time in clinical practice as a licensed Veterinarian. • Ability to document and demonstrate knowledge of current clinical Veterinary Medical Technology program. • Unrestricted license to practice as a Veterinarian in North Carolina.
Additional Salary Information: NC Health Benefits
NC Retirement Benefits
About Cape Fear Community College
Cape Fear Community College (CFCC) is the 6th largest community college within the North Carolina Community College System, with over 23,000 students enrolling in classes annually. Founded in 1958, CFCC is accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges.
Located in historic downtown Wilmington, North Carolina, the main CFCC campus sits along the banks of the Cape Fear River. CFCC has a satellite campus in Castle Hayne, as well as centers in Burgaw and Surf City. With more than 200 academic programs, CFCC students can opt to train for a new career in one of the college’s career and technical programs or earn a two-year college transfer degree.
Moreover, the college offers an array of continuing education classes for lifelong learning and workforce development, as well as free courses in adult education, basic skills, and GED test preparation. Construction trades, power line technician, and Yamaha marine service technician are among the division’s new workforce development programs. And to entrepreneurs and small businesses, the Small Business Center serves as a resource for free seminars and free business counseling services.
CFCC’...s Wilson Center opened in 2015 and is home to a 1,500-seat performance hall, a studio theater, art and music studios, classrooms, and more. While the Wilson Center is the largest and most technologically-sophisticated performing arts center in eastern North Carolina, an important focus of the facility is on student learning and academic growth. In this unique learning environment, students have the opportunity to work behind-the-scenes with professional touring performance companies.
Cape Fear Community College continues to expand—exploring new ways of providing high-quality, affordable opportunities for students to achieve their academic goals and career aspirations and striving to strengthen the local workforce by partnering with local employers to meet industry needs.