Make a difference!
Manhattan Institute Seeks Volunteers to Serve on its Dialysis Technician Advisory Board.
Please attach resume and a brief cover letter of why you would like to serve on our Advisory Board.
Letter from the President
Welcome and thank you for your interest in serving as a member of The Manhattan Institute's Dialysis Technician Program Advisory Board. First formalized and convened in early 2010, the board provides the unique opportunity to further shape our Dialysis Technician Program.
We are currently seeking board candidates to serve starting 2019 which will run through the end of 2020. We encourage you to review the information provided and, if interested in serving, please submit a resume for consideration. You will be contacted shortly after submission by a program representative with information on next steps.
Again, thank you for your time and interest. We look forward to the possibility of working with you.
Specific duties of board members may include the following:
1. Attend biannual (twice a year) Advisory board meetings Review agenda and supporting materials prior to board meetings. Meetings are held evening or weekends to best serve members availability.
2. Be informed about the program(s), its students, curriculum, services/supports, and activities.
3. Share developments in the field.
4. Provide support and advice to program(s), assist in the development of new programs, and identify best practice standards.
5. Realistically assess the labor market demand for program graduates and advise the program to ensure it produces graduates with the skills required to meet employment needs.
6. Assess the currency of curriculum and teaching practice. Work with program staff and other board members to ensure that the program is delivering learning that is current, up to date, and relevant to current business, industry, labor, and professional employment practices.
7. Assess program marketing and promotion.
8. Identify and present opportunities for students and placement of program graduates.
9. Assist in the identification and recruitment of new board members.
10. Provide recommendations for topic presenters for advisory board meetings.
11. Discuss other presented items. Items will change from meeting to meeting.
1. Ability to: listen, analyze, think clearly and creatively, work well with people individually and in a group, and provide constructive feedback.
2. Willing to: prepare for and attend board meetings, ask questions, and share ideas, opinions, and experiences.
3. Possess: honesty, openness to differing views, a friendly, responsive, and patient approach, engagement skills, personal integrity, a developed sense of values, and concern for and interest in program development.
1. Costs related to travel (mileage, accommodations, other expenses) will be reimbursed for up to $100.
2. Buffet style meal before meeting provided.
3. Small takeaway appreciation item such as a book bag, water bottle will be given to all at members.
4. The knowledge that you are helping serve up and coming Dialysis Technicians.
5. Certificate of service issued each year to each member, to show that you have helped serve your profession.
Job Type: Part-time