Piedmont Virginia Community College is searching for an EMS faculty member whose main role will be teaching as well as other activities that support student success. This is a full-time, nine-month restricted state-funded position at the associate instructor level and is eligible for annual renewal.
Assist the EMS Program Director in teaching didactic, on-campus labs and clinical courses as assigned to include scheduling of regular observations and instruction in off-campus clinical facilities.
*Teaches 18-19 credits per semester as assigned, which may include day and evening sections, on- and off-campus, weekends, and distance learning technologies
*Participates in didactic, lab and clinical instruction/evaluation which will require travel to distant clinical sites.
*Maintain 12-19 office hours weekly.
*Prepare and distribute to all students a syllabus consistent with the course of study for each course (clinical and didactic taught).
*Prepare grade reports for each course taught.
*Recommend appropriate texts and support materials for each course taught.
*Assist in requisition adequate instructional equipment and supplies.
*Evaluate course instruction in accordance with established policy.
*Prepare textbook orders as required.
*Incorporate current and emerging instructional technologies into classroom instruction.
?Prepare and implement a professional development plan in collaboration with the division dean each year.
?Maintain a positive, professional relationship with colleagues, supervisors, students, and the community.
?Maintain current knowledge of the professional discipline and educational methodologies through continuing professional development.
?Attend faculty workshops.
Student success activities
?Participate in department and division meetings.
?Work with colleagues to promote retention of students.
?Mentor and tutor students
?Adhere to policies, procedures, and regulations of the college and the Virginia Community College system.
*Associate degree in EMS
*Current State of Virginia and National Registry certification as a paramedic.
*Demonstrated ability to become proficient in teaching methodology, supervision, instruction, evaluation, and guidance.
*Five years full-time professional experience as a paramedic.
*Commitment to the community college mission and philosophy, students, and teaching in a community college.
*Commitment to academic advisement of students.
*Evidence of on-going professional development to assure currency in field.
*Bachelor's degree or higher in EMS
oAdult education in an academic setting.
oClinical experience in multiple settings
In order to better serve our customers, PVCC will only accept online applications submitted through the Virginia Jobs site for this position. PVCC will not accept applications submitted by mail, e-mail, or fax.
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