The National MLT Program Director provides oversight and subject matter expertise for all Medical Laboratory Technician programs offered at Delta campuses. For purposes of coordinating the program within the consortium, the MLT Program Director reports to the Senior Director of Curriculum Development. The National MLT Program Director provides leadership to campus Program Directors who have responsibility for the program at the campus level. Under the leadership of the National MLT Program Director, campus-based Program Directors will contribute to the development and revision of curriculum deliverables including, but not limited to, identified career outcomes and associated SOC Codes, CIP Codes, program learning outcomes, program descriptions, competencies, course sequences, course learning objectives, syllabi, assignments, assessments, rubrics, textbooks, equipment lists and facility requirements, instructor materials, new and revised program applications, catalog information, library collection requirements, and product knowledge materials. The MLT Program Director is responsible for maintaining a record of agenda and minutes for meetings convened with Program Directors, demonstrating evidence of campus participation in the curriculum development and revision process. The National MLT Program Director will be responsible for monitoring data trends at the consortium level to determine whether curriculum revisions are required to assure optimal student learning outcomes. The National MLT Program Director works in partnership with the Academic Compliance team to evaluate campus readiness for regulatory visits and to assure ongoing program quality and compliance.
̵ Master’s Degree
̵ ASCP certification
̵ Credential required by the state, accrediting body, and/or programmatic accrediting body
̵ Professional work experience in the content area
̵ Experience providing post-secondary instruction in the content area
Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities:
Formulate an inclusive network of campus-based Program Directors.
Determine the current health of the program(s).
Facilitate the curriculum development/curriculum revision process.
Provide new/revised program implementation leadership.