College Instructor of Surgical Technology
NMSU Carlsbad – College Instructor of Surgical Technology, (Req # 2100165F), 9 month, Non tenure-track. For specific job requirements and qualifications, please the apply link to submit an application and the required documentation.
- Associate Degree with a CST (ST-C) or First Assist Certification, or Bachelor’s degree in any health related field.
- Surgical Technology academic credentials must be from a nationally recognized and accredited credentialing agency.
- 3-4 years of experience in the operating room.
Preferred Qualifications (optional):
- Minimum of 3 years teaching in the field of surgical technology.
- Master’s degree in related field. Experience with distance learning and learning management systems (LMS) preferred.
- Surgical supervisory experience.
Target Salary Range: $46,228.08 to $51,081.50 Commensurate with Education and Experience
In the Spring of 2022, NMSU Carlsbad will become an independent community college, Southeast New Mexico College. All NMSU Carlsbad employees will transfer to Southeast New Mexico College during this time.
NMSU Carlsbad is a two-year branch community college of New Mexico State University and is independently accredited by the Higher Learning Commission. For 1998, 1999, and 2000, NMSU Carlsbad was the only two-year college in the state to be recognized consecutively by Quality New Mexico. NMSU Carlsbad has a student population of approximately 2,000 students, approximately 41 full-time faculty members, 63 part-time faculty members and 72 full-time staff members. The mission of NMSU Carlsbad is to provide students the resources necessary for them to fulfill their educational potential so that they may help meet the needs of their community as well-trained, well-educated and productive citizens. NMSU Carlsbad, a diverse and community-centered institution dedicated to excellence and student success through transformative discovery. NMSU is classified as a Hispanic-serving institution by the federal government with a total minority enrollment over 48%.