University of Alberta

Radiation Therapy Degree Program Faculty Educator

Faculty of Medicine & Dentistry - Department of Oncology

Competition No.  -    A105325783D1
Closing Date  -    Will remain open until filled.

The Radiation Therapist Faculty Instructor fosters a high-quality environment of teaching and learning, research, and intellectual achievement. She/he will facilitate a holistic academic and clinical experience for learners. This person is an educator and a learner with significant knowledge and skills in radiation therapy practice who contributes to an interprofessional and collaborative learning environment.

The Radiation Therapist Faculty Instructor job description is 80% teaching, including the development of curriculum and course materials, together with didactic and/or clinical teaching of courses within the Radiation Therapy Degree (RADTH), program 10% research and 10% service/administration.  The Instructor will report to the Director of the Radiation Therapy Degree program and hold an academic appointment as a Faculty Service Officer.



  • Develops and implements learner-centered learning activities and assessment strategies for courses at the undergraduate and graduate level
  • Designs and delivers courses at the undergraduate and graduate level
  • Collaborates with all Faculty Instructors in the development of academic and clinical course curricula
  • Coordinates clinical placement rosters and facilitates clinical learning activities for the undergraduate and graduate level
  • Provides mentorship and program advising to learners at the undergraduate and graduate level
  • Creates an intellectual environment that teaching critical thinking and inquiry-based learning
  • Evaluates learners’ performance at the undergraduate and graduate level
  • Provides individual support and facilitate opportunities for learners to correlate theoretical knowledge, develop clinical skills and clinical reasoning and to attain competency


  • Maintains a research portfolio in own area of interest
  • Assists in the coordination of research activities in the undergraduate and graduate environment
  • Mentors undergraduate and graduate learners in their research activities


  • Maintains competence and actively engages in activities that promote professional growth
  • Provides specialized and discipline-specific knowledge and acts as a resource for internal and external stakeholders


  • Baccalaureate degree in health related field required; Masters degree or PhD in a related field is an asset
  • Current ACMDTT and CAMRT full-practice member registration (registration with ACMDTT and CAMRT must be maintained annually)
  • Minimum of five years clinical Radiation Therapy practice experience
  • Experience in teaching and facilitating learning for undergraduate and graduate learners
  • Knowledge and experience in assessing learners against the ACMDTT and CAMRT competency profiles
  • Outstanding collaborative and interprofessional team leading skills
  • Experience in working as a team on research for teaching and learning 
  • Graduate of a Canadian accredited education program in Radiation Therapy or equivalent
  • Experience in all Radiation Therapy practice domains an asset
  • Maintenance of CPR Healthcare provider certification and N-95 fit testing

In accordance with the Faculty Service Officer agreement, this position offers a comprehensive benefits package found at and annual salary range of $97,751 - 137,003.

Please submit a curriculum vitae and three references.


How to Apply

Apply Online

Note: Online applications are accepted until midnight Mountain Standard Time of the closing date.


All qualified candidates are encouraged to apply; however, Canadians and permanent residents will be given priority. If suitable Canadian citizens or permanent residents cannot be found, other individuals will be considered. The University of Alberta is committed to an equitable, diverse, and inclusive workforce. We welcome applications from all qualified persons. We encourage women; First Nations, Métis and Inuit persons; members of visible minority groups; persons with disabilities; persons of any sexual orientation or gender identity and expression; and all those who may contribute to the further diversification of ideas and the University to apply.