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EDUCATION EXPERTISE: High school diploma or GED, a current Texas Massage Therapy license in good standing, a current Texas Massage Therapy Instructor license in good standing, three (3) years of clinical massage therapy experience and a minimum of 2 years experience in massage therapy education.
PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS: Good speech and articulation skills; good hearing and vision; dexterity; ability to lift at least 12 pounds, and ability to perform the essential functions of the job.
JOB REQUIREMENTS/SKILLS/ETC.: Good communication skills; good organizational skills; good use of grammar, spelling and punctuation skills; good verbal and written communication skills; good supervisory skills; good public relation skills; ability to perform as a mediator between students and clients.
ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS:
This position’s responsibilities include, but are not limited to:
1. In conjunction with the Director, assist in the development of the school’s curriculum, syllabi, tests and additional coursework as required; scheduling of classes, general program growth and development, and student issues management.
2. Provide supervision to the Massage School Instructors including, but not limited to: attendance, grades, professional development, scheduling and guidance.
3. Maintain all records as directed by the Director including, but not limited to: attendance, written quiz and test results, practical examination results, course and instructor evaluation forms. Successful Academic Progress (SAP) is included in this aspect.
4. Coordinate and instruct the clinical aspects of the Massage School including, but not limited to: clinic daily procedures (client intake, money management, file organization, scheduling, etc.), client and student interactions, SOAP note processing, correction, and discussion with students, and general clinic oversight.
5. Management of student issues in the clinic and classrooms (getting initial incident reports and guiding the process through the chain of command). This also includes special situations with students (poor attendance, study skills, etc.).
6. Substitute for instructors as needed in all program tracks at the Massage School.
7. Assist the students with applications for state requirements for licensure eligibility.
8. Research new products/samples and resource materials for the Massage School.
9. Foster innovation amongst students and co-workers.
10. Create an academic environment for the student that is conducive to learning and academic growth and achievement.
11. Support school activities.
12. Assist with any other tasks assigned by the Massage School Director.
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