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M-TEC Student Support and Sonography Internship Coordinator

Provides enrollment related services to the students, faculty, staff, and the director at the college’s Michigan Technical Education Center (M-TEC). Responsible for planning and organizing the sonography program(s) internship site placements and maintaining the JRC-CVT and CAAHEP accreditation documentation for the sonography program.


Provides day-to-day student support services. Meets with potential students, provides printed materials, answers questions, sets up advising and testing appointments, prints unofficial transcripts, verifies student attendance for external agencies, assists with new student orientations, etc.

Assists with direct mail, telephone, and email follow-up with student prospects

Proctors compass testing. Explains testing process to students and makes testing appointments, inputs compass scores on student information system.

Assists with M-TEC bookstore services including retail sales (books and supplies)

Identifies and formulates needed clinical contracts with all clinical facilities. Seeks new clinical sites and establishes a working relationship with existing clinical sites.

Evaluates students’ readiness including physical exam, CPR, criminal background check, and immunizations/titers

Ensures there are both sufficient and a variety of clinical sites for students to be placed during their internship semester

Works closely with faculty and students to assure that each student has the opportunity for a successful internship

Collects and analyzes data pertaining to student placement

Performs other related duties as assigned

SUPERVISION – Works under the general supervision of the Director/Academic Advisor, M-TEC in collaboration with other related staff/faculty

ATTENDANCE– Individuals in this position are generally expected to be available in the full course of the calendar year during the regular business hours of the college, and may occasionally be asked to work more than their regularly scheduled hours.

WORKING CONDITIONS – Conditions are those of a typical office environment, requiring frequent oral communication with students and colleagues, and the ability to enter data and written communications in electronic format in a timely manner. Occasional sonography site visitations are necessary, requiring travel which may occur into the evening, on weekends, and/or during inclement weather.


  • Associate degree, with one of the following registries, ARDMS (AE), CCI (RCS), or ARRT (S
  • One to three years of work experience that demonstrates an ability to plan, organize and effectively communicate with professional organizations, such as hospitals and medical clinics, or a combination of education and experience commensurate with the requirement of this position
  • Demonstrated ability to communicate effectively and positively with prospective students, parents, staff, administration, and other persons in individual or group settings, face-to-face or by technical means

JOB DIMENSIONS – Analysis, judgment, planning and organizing, influence, sensitivity, attention to detail, stress tolerance, commitment to the college, dependability, work standards, initiative, informal communication, written communication, oral presentations, negotiation, persuasiveness, self-reliance, knowledge of work, teamwork


Kirtland Community College is an equal opportunity employer

* This job description is intended to describe the type and level of work being performed by a person in this position. It is not an exhaustive list of all duties and responsibilities required by a person so classified.