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Practice Attending Clinician


The Attending Clinician serves within the College clinic system, providing care and/or direct supervision of patient care and assisting in the instruction of chiropractic interns in the various competencies necessary for the successful practice of chiropractic.  The Attending Clinician also represents the Clinics and the College through active participation in service activities at the professional, community, and college levels.  Consistent professional development and growth is expected.


  1. Responsible for providing patient-centered, evidence-informed care in the TCC Clinic system; this includes direct care delivery and/or direct supervision of interns providing care to our patients.
  2. Responsible for developing a chiropractic practice within the clinic system consistent grounded in success oriented models that include appropriate standards of care, sound business practices and the generation of revenue.
  3. Responsible for complete and appropriate documentation as it relates to patient care and clinical education.
  4. Responsible for the delivery of a high level of quality clinical education for our chiropractic interns. Compliance with regulations and recommendations set forth by local, regional and national level accrediting bodies.
  5. Consistently demonstrating appropriate professional behaviors; serving as a mentor and role model for students.
  6. Any other clinic programs or activities as assigned by the Director or Dean of Clinics.


  1. D.C. degree; Texas license to practice chiropractic or the ability to get a Texas license.
  2. Three years minimum practice experience; prefer experience in a chiropractic teaching clinic, and/or experience within an integrative setting.
  3. High degree of familiarity with a patient-centered, evidence-informed model of practice. 
  4. Personnel management skills, problem-solving skills. 
  5. Ability to effectively multi-task without a loss in work quality.   
  6. High level of written/verbal skills. 
  7. Patience, integrity, tact, firmness, sense of fairness, able to work under stress, ability to work as part of a team.


40+ hours per week.  One-on-one with interns, patients, and staff.


Verbal, mental and numerical intelligence required of a healthcare professional and educator.

Contact Information:

Sue Arnold, Director of Human Resources
Texas Chiropractic College - 5912 Spencer Hwy TX 77505
281-998-6003, FAX 281-998-5788 or

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The role of the Admission Counselor is to manage, recruit, counsel and enroll new students into Texas Chiropractic College Doctor of Chiropractic Program. Admission counselors work with prospective students regarding career choice, chiropractic profession information, prerequisite requirements, the TCC academic program as well as other questions pertaining to the college and campus life.

Prospective Student Interaction

  1. Monitor and place follow up phone calls to all inquiries, making sure calls are made in a timely fashion.
  2. Provide excellent service and guidance to all students.
  3. Keep prospective students informed of their admission status.
  4. Host individual appointments with prospective students via phone or in person.
  5. Ability to collaborate with the Director of Student Support Services to link prospective students with a current student that shares the same interest and/or are from the same region of the country.
  6. Invite all prospective students to experience Texas Chiropractic College directly by organizing personalized opportunities to visit campus, attend an organized event, etc. 

Counselor Processes and Procedures

  1. Ability to foster and maintain professional relationships with prospective students and their families.
  2. Consistently work with applicants to facilitate progression through the admission process.
  3. Strategically manage designated geographic territory and all constituents within (prospective students, alumni, college contacts, hospitality professionals, etc.).
  4. Provide detailed and timely reports on all aspects of designated recruitment territory and prospective students to Office of Admission Management.
  5. Maintain required student documentation in student recruitment software, as directed by Office of Admission management.
  6. Contribute to and participate in communication plans to include: telecounseling, automated communication through student recruitment software and ad-hoc campaigns as deemed necessary. 
  7. Demonstrate the ability to perform unofficial transcript evaluations at the request of students or Office of Admission management.

Recruitment Activity Participation

  1. Attend all scheduled recruitment, campus, outreach events.
  2. Attend and participate in New Student Orientation.   
  3. Other assigned departmental activities.

General Service and Performance Standards

  1. Conduct self in a professional manner while communicating with colleagues across departments with courtesy and respect.
  2. Present self in a professional manner adhering to the dress code established by the college.
  3. Attend all on-campus and off-campus appointments/meetings/events on time.
  4. Maintain a positive and professional demeanor throughout TCC engagements.
  5. Accept new assignments and contribute to all department and committee objectives.
  6. Demonstrate effective time management by following through on assignments or requests in a timely manner or providing notification within 48 hours on any assignment delays.
  7. Attend weekly meetings to update Office of Admission management on productivity pertaining to duties and all factors affecting job performance.
  8. Demonstrate the ability to accept and implement feedback from colleagues and Office of Admission management.
  9. Contribute to the Office of Admission application and matriculation goals to secure three classes a year (trimester basis); meet individual recruitment activity goals as directed by Office of Admission management.   

TCC Knowledge and Selling Skills

  1. Ability to explain the basic principles of the Chiropractic profession, as well as the history and philosophical principles of Texas Chiropractic College.
  2. Demonstrate the ability to sell benefits and features of a Texas Chiropractic College education.
  3. Utilize proper phone etiquette when speaking with any constituent of a designated territory.
  4. Demonstrate the ability to collaborate across departments to effectively support the recruitment efforts.
  5. Communicate verbally and in writing with colleagues on the Texas Chiropractic College campus regarding student information. 


  1. Bachelor’s Degree and a minimum one year of applicable work experience.  Preferred education in Business, Marketing or Sales.
  2. Excellent interpersonal communication skills.
  3. Ability to speak to prospective students in both large and small group settings.
  4. Basic knowledge of word processing and spreadsheet software and general computer applications.
  5. Strong organizational skills are necessary.
  6. Current driver’s license.


Position requires variable hours, including assigned weekend and evening work at times. 


Speaking, listening and visual acuity; able to walk and stand for extended periods of time; ability to work extensively on a computer or workstation; ability to carry up to 25lbs; safe and defensive driving. 


Critical/analytical reading and thinking; strong verbal communication and writing skills; working knowledge of basic mathematics.


Standard office conditions with periods of extensive in-state and out-of-state travel.

Contact Information:

Sue Arnold, Director of Human Resources
Texas Chiropractic College - 5912 Spencer Hwy TX 77505
281-998-6003, FAX 281-998-5788 or

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