The security of our students, faculty, and staff is very important at NOVA. Please take a moment to review NOVA's Annual Security Reports General Description: The primary responsibility of a faculty member at Northern Virginia Community College is to provide quality instruction for the students. The major emphasis is on excellent teaching by working with students in classrooms, laboratories, individual conferences, and related activities. Faculty help students develop their interests and abilities to their fullest capacity to become better workers and better citizens. NOVA faculty may be assigned to any campus based upon enrollment and staffing needs. The incumbent will also assume Clinical Coordinator responsibilities for the Health Information Management Program. The Clinical Coordinator will be responsible for all aspects of the clinical experiences of students enrolled in the program. Duties and Tasks: Full-time teaching faculty in Health Information Management are responsible for teaching various courses in the discipline. Courses are offered in traditional, hybrid, and distance learning environments. All faculty members must be available to teach day, evening and weekend classes. Faculty members also serve as faculty advisors, serve on division/campus/college committees, and participate in curriculum development and assessment. This appointment has a normal teaching load of 15 credits per semester. The Clinical Coordinator will be responsible for all aspects of the clinical experiences of students enrolled in the program, including organization, administration, continuous review and revision, planning for evolving practice skills, development of new locations (with appropriate student supervision), and the overall effectiveness of clinical experience for all students in the program. Essential Functions: As a part of this primary responsibility, the College expects each faculty member to meet assigned classes regularly; submit required records and reports in a timely manner; teach the prescribed courses of study with the established texts; conduct requisite student conferences; hold required office hours; attend to assigned divisional and College duties; contribute to the development of the program of instruction; adhere to the statement on professional ethics in accordance with College policies, procedures, and regulations; answer emails in a timely manner; maintain current competence in the particular discipline or field of specialization; and advise students. NOVA faculty may be assigned to any campus based upon enrollment and staffing needs.
Required KSAs: The ability to effectively teach Health Information Management concepts in the classroom. Ability to use technology to enhance classroom instruction. Ability to use on-line resources and Learning Management Systems. Excellent interpersonal, analytical, and oral/written communication skills. Demonstrated knowledge of clinical and other health care information system applications. Proven ability and knowledge in reviewing and assessing the overall effectiveness of clinical experience for all students in the program. Minimum Qualifications: Bachelor's degree in the field or master's degree with a minimum of 18 graduate semester hours in Health Information Management, Health Administration, Health Law or healthcare related field coursework. Qualifying degrees and coursework must be awarded by or completed at a regionally accredited institution. Demonstrated experience in ICD-10-CM/PCS, CPT, Computer Assisted Coding and of new technologies and technical concepts. Professional certification by American Health Information Management Association (AHIMA) as a Registered Health Information Administrator (RHIA) or Registered Health Information Technician (RHIT). Previous teaching experience in the classroom and/or online. Two (2) years of FT (or FT equivalent) related occupational experience. Experience in using, teaching and/or implementing Electronic Health Record (EHR) systems; such as Cerner and/or Epic clinical applications. The successful candidate must be willing to teach a combination of day, evening, weekend, and online classes with the ability to be flexible to work at any of the Collegeâ™s locations. Successful completion and passing of a criminal background check is required.
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About Northern VA Community College
Virginia's Community College's educate 240,000 credit students annually and over 170,000 non-credit students at 23 Community Colleges with over 40 campus locations throughout the Commonwealth. Our mission is to provide comprehensive higher education and workforce training programs and services of superior quality. These programs are financially and geographically accessible to meet the individual, business, and community needs of the Commonwealth.