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The EMS Instructor is responsible for assisting with coordination and instruction in the Constellis' EMS initial and continuing education programs as assigned and under the direction of the Program Director. Duties include assurance of compliance with standards as set forth by the North Carolina Office of Emergency Medical Services (NCOEMS) and the EMS national accreditation and re-accreditation processes.
In addition, the EMS Instructor advises current students, facilitates lab and clinical sites, maintains necessary records, and evaluates course activities. The EMS Instructor is responsible for teaching courses as assigned, recommending and monitoring performance of other adjunct instructors, staying current on research in subject issues and industry trends, evaluating student progress, and developing instructional plans and evaluation instruments. Other duties include reviewing and requesting new materials, maintaining records, and preparing a variety of reports as requested.
- Teach program material via seated and online classes as required by the schedule.
- Learn new material to keep up with changing technology.
- Facilitate regular and substantive interaction via proactive communication with students.
- Participate in recruiting for new students.
- Ensure classrooms, labs, and lab equipment are in good repair and maintain a safe environment for students and employees.
- Serve as a mentor to students in your area of expertise.
- Other duties as assigned.
- Assists the Program Director with leadership for course coordination and supervision of Adjunct Instructors.
- Assist the Program Director with Lead Instructor and Coordinator activities as delegated.
- Teaches in the paramedic courses and classes.
- Assists in the planning, coordination, and execution of didactic and lab instruction.
- Assists in the planning, coordination, and execution of clinical and/or field internship instruction.
- Assists Program Director with orientation, training, and supervision of clinical preceptors.
- Assists with continuous review and improvement of the educational program.
- Works cooperatively with the medical director to assure quality, oversight, and physician engagement.
- Build courses and submit to NC Office of EMS for approval in the Credentialing Information System (CIS).
- Upon request, re-credential qualified personnel satisfactorily completing recertification requirements in the EMS continuing education courses.
- Develop course outlines and determine implementation specifics for EMS classes.
- Participate in the review and revision of programs as needed for ongoing national accreditation and state approvals.
- Recommend budget needs for equipment, supplies and travel.
- Maintain a relationship with community clinical facilities and assist in the training needs of the community relevant to this area.
- Participate in professional organizations, attend conferences and workshops as appropriate and maintain professional contacts with colleagues in similar instructional areas at other colleges.
- Advise students on an as-needed basis in relation to academic progress and career goals.
- Participate in the evaluation and acquisition of instructional materials, audio-visual aids, and equipment needs.
- Provide all necessary documentation to registration and accountability personnel.
- Participate in registration and evaluation activities.
- Participate in the EMS Program Review process.
- Liaison between Fire and Medical Departments, hospitals, and other outside agencies; and participates in the resolution of issues and the enhancement of services through recruitment efforts to support disaster response services.
- Associate's Degree
- Current Paramedic Credential
- Five years of experience teaching EMS classes
- Five years of experience as a Paramedic
- Bachelor's Degree or Master's Degree
- Instructor credentials in one or more EMS/Allied Health Support Courses (e.g., CPR, ACLS, PALS, ITLS, AMLS, ASLS, etc.)
- Working knowledge of NCOEMS education requirements
- NCOEMS Level II Instructor status
In an ever-changing and complex world, security concerns are paramount. Enhanced security requires education, training and specialized skills. Constellis provides end-to-end risk management and comprehensive security solutions to safeguard people and infrastructure globally. Our team of strategic problem solvers has a steadfast moral compass and unwavering dedication to creating a safer world. Constellis is committed to the success of our customers and partners.
Work may be performed in both a clinic and/or field work environment depending on the disaster response location. The candidate will be required to perform under adverse working conditions and is subject to frequent interruptions. Normal work hours are expected, however extended hours are often required based on severity of disaster. Compensation includes fuel, lodging and food, if not provided by onsite location.
Must be able to regularly lift and carry boxes and other awkward items weighing up to 50 lbs, including up and down stairs, and occasionally lift 100 or more pounds with assistance. Candidates must able to walk, stoop, climb, twist, bend, run, squat, kneel, and work in awkward positions when moving patients from all types of locations. The work is demanding and unpredictable, requiring physical stamina, manual dexterity, compassion, good judgment, and the ability to react quickly under stressful conditions.