The EMS Instructors will teach Basic and/or Refresher CPR/AED classes and Healthcare Provider CPR/AED classes. EMS Instructor Level II may monitor new CPR Instructors. Students are primarily King County employees or secondary school students, grades 6-12, but may be community residents in King County. This recruitment will be used to build a pool of Short Term Temporary EMS Instructors Level I & Level II. Teaching assignments are shared from the Instructor Pool and are assigned on an on call basis.
Who May Apply: This position is open to the general public.
Work Location: Various locations throughout King County.
Contact: If you have questions regarding this job announcement, please call Nic Horea, Human Resources Analyst at (206)263-8736 or at email@example.com
Examples of Duties:
- Instruct CPR/AED classes for the Community Programs Section of the King County EMS Division.
- Forward course rosters, exams, etc. to CPR/AED Program Manager.
- Participate as subject matter experts in curriculum development, as needed.
- Provide evaluation and student assessments.
- Monitor and coach new CPR instructors, e.g. teachers in schools.
- Administer and correct exams, if required, and provide remedial training as needed.
- Clean CPR equipment, as required.
- Pick up and deliver CPR/AED training equipment, as needed.
- Must have and maintain current certification as AHA Certified CPR Instructor.
- Must have instructional experience. For Instructor I positions, 40 to 100 hours of teaching are required. For Instructor II positions, 100 hours plus are required. Instructors must be at Level II to monitor new Instructors.
- Must provide own transportation and be able to travel and transport equipment to any location in King County.
NECESSARY SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS:
- This selection process may include but is not limited to: evaluation of application materials and supplemental questions, testing and interviewing. For more information on our selection process, please refer to http://www.kingcounty.gov/healthservices/health/jobs.aspx
- Public Health relies on office automation (Microsoft Office) and web-based enabled tools, therefore candidates must be proficient and comfortable with computer use to perform functions associated with on-going work.
- Regular and reliable attendance, effective communication skills, and development of effective working relationships are requirements of all Public Health positions.
- Staff may be required to play a role as a first responder in the event of a Public Health emergency.
- Submit required payroll timesheets on a web-based payroll system.
- The selected candidate must pass a thorough background investigation.
- Employees are required to protect the privacy and security of protected health information as defined in State and Federal Law
- Employees are required to adhere to OSHA/WISHA guidelines including but not limited to completing their mandatory trainings on time.
These positions are not represented by a Labor Union.
King County provides regional services to over 1.9 million residents including more than 340,000 people living in unincorporated areas....