Since 1908, Texas Chiropractic College has championed a scientific and evidence-informed approach to educating practice-ready doctors of chiropractic. Rigorous classroom and hands-on training empower TCC graduates as skilled, thoughtful and ethical doctors of chiropractic dedicated to providing patient-centered care. TCC advances the chiropractic profession by pioneering scholarship and research that aids in the production of transformative knowledge and ideas. TCC’s state-of the-art Moody Health Center is staffed by exceptional doctors and student interns who perform outpatient treatment for both acute and chronic health conditions.
Are you interested in joining Team TCC as a member of our excellent teaching faculty or as dedicated staff member? Check out the list of currently available positions and contact TCC's Office of Human Resources to learn more!
Sue Arnold, Director of Human Resources
Texas Chiropractic College - 5912 Spencer Hwy TX 77505
281-998-6003, FAX 281-998-5788 or firstname.lastname@example.org
This position is primarily responsible for the performing a variety of functions which involve the activities of the department, performing assignments that may be complex and technical in nature. Enters classes and mailings and assists in development of promotional material. Maintains attendance sheets for seminars. Assists in the development of postgraduate coursework and scheduling of classes as well as any travel arrangements or other planning needed for instructors or staff. Responsible for accounts receivable, payable and invoicing. Responsible for interdepartmental memos, letters to Doctors, and special reports for department. Responsible for picking up and sorting and distributing mail coming to and from department. Answers incoming calls, responds to inquiries and forwarding calls to appropriate individual when needed. Some College is preferred.
Part Time 8-12 & 2-6
Pull medical charts for Interns and Attending Clinicians. Monitor check in and out of patient charts. Maintain inventory using WASP inventory program. Dispense supplements, supplies and supports to interns per MHC policies. Keep front lobby supplied at all times with SOAP Notes for patients to fill out before being seen each visit. Create new patient charts and keep surplus available at all times. Keep surplus copies of all up to date forms used by Interns and Attendings. Maintain an original copy file of forms so that clear, legible, copies can be made at all times.
Provide backup for Receptionist, Moody Health Center, when assigned.
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.
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.