Faculty members are responsible for providing effective instruction in Medical Laboratory Science subject areas. By using various learning methodologies that support a learning by doing philosophy, the curriculum is taught to second language learners within a student-centric learning environment that fosters respect for students, their culture, and traditions. Faculty members play an important role in assisting with the development and preservation of system-wide and directorate-specific policies and are viewed as active participants in academic and extra-curricular events at the College and within the community.
A Master’s Degree in Medical Laboratory Science or Biomedical Sciences in one or more of the following areas of specialty: Hematology, Biochemistry, Microbiology, Molecular Biology, Clinical Chemistry or Chemistry. A Doctoral Degree is desirable
A minimum of 3 years of Health Sciences teaching/training and/or clinical/field experience in the area of Medical Laboratory Technology or related fields (equivalent combination of teaching experience in other settings may be considered)
At least 3 years of relevant experience in a medical laboratory with knowledge of and practical experience in one or more of the following: Hematology and Blood Banking; Medical Microbiology; Virology; Parasitology; Clinical Chemistry or Histology
Current registration as a practicing technologist or equivalent at the international standard in the country of origin
Relevant experience in a hospital setting is desirable
Fluency in written and spoken English is essential