Faculty/Coordinator - EMS - Mancos Campus
Pueblo Community College 40 reviews - Mancos, CO

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Position Title:

Faculty/Coordinator - Emergency Medical Services

Position Number:

301250

Campus:

Mancos/Cortez

Division:

Health Professions

Department:

EMS

Released Date/Closing Date:

3/25/2011 - 4/14/2011

Applications are due by 4:00 pm on the close date. Applications received after the close date will not be accepted. Post-marks will not be accepted.

Purpose Statement:

This half-time position is responsible for the communication and curriculum assessment of student learning and budget/equipment for the assigned area. This individual is responsible for providing student instruction in accordance with approved curriculum guidelines, maintaining required program standards for the Emergency Medical Services department. In addition, this individual serves as the coordinator and is responsible for the overall administration and supervision of the faculty and classified personnel assigned to the SCCC West Emergency Medical Services Department.

Job Duties:

% of Time

Teaches courses as assigned within faculty workload guidelines including evening and weekend courses. May be assigned to teach at outreach sites, including the SCCC East campus and off-site locations.

60%

Works cooperatively with other faculty and instructors. Provides training and supervision within the department.

10%

Participates in local, regional and state EMS activities and committees as appropriate.

7%

Serves as faculty advisor for potential students and students currently enrolled in the program.

5%

With Department Chair guidance, coordinates the development and revision of curriculum and development and revision of curriculum and development of new course offerings and program expansion.

5%

Assists the department chair with the following: establishment of program goals and objectives, development of courses, curriculum review, course schedules, catalog revisions, graduation planning sheets, coordination of advisory committee meetings, and selection and hiring of program instructors.

5%

Responsible for ensuring that the EMS Department has an appropriate inventory control program as well as ensuring adequate equipment and supplies are available for classes.

3%

Responsible for ensuring that state and national accreditation policies are followed and that the programs remain in good standing with all overseeing state and national EMS education agencies. Assists in self-studies and program reviews as required.

3%

Assists in establishing, implementing and analyzing assessment of student learning data and making program improvements as indicated.

2%

ALL WORK MUST BE COMPLETED IN COMPLIANCE WITH SAFETY REQUIREMENTS

Minimum Qualifications

MUST SUCCESSFULLY PASS A PRE-EMPLOYMENT DRUG SCREENING & BACKGROUND CHECK

Education:

Degree:

Associates

ALL DEGREES MUST BE EARNED FROM A REGIONALLY ACCREDITED INSTITUTION

Field of Study:

Emergency Medical Services or related field

Experience:

-Current National Registry of EMTs certification as an Emergency Medical Technician - Intermediate or a Paramedic with certification in the State of Colorado

-Four years occupational experience in providing advanced life support care in the pre-hospital environment.

-Current credentials as an American Heart Association instructor in Advanced Cardiac Life Support and Pediatric Advanced Life Support.

-Must possess or be eligible for Colorado Vocational Credential.

Knowledge/Skills/Abilities

Good written and oral communication skills.

Good computer skills and willingness to work with new learning technologies

Ability to manage projects and set specific objectives

Preferred Qualifications

Education:

Degree:

Bachelors

ALL DEGREES MUST BE EARNED FROM A REGIONALLY ACCREDITED INSTITUTION

Field of Study:

Health or related field

Experience:

-Teaching experience in a college setting.

-Taken the Colorado Primary and Assistant Instructor course.

Starting Salary Range:

$16,500 + dependent on education, experience and funding.

Application Process:

Submit a PCC application, resume, unofficial transcript , and letter of interest that must address qualifications to: Human Resources, CA-112, email: pccjobs@pueblocc.edu . PCC applications may be accessed at www.pueblocc.edu/aboutus/employment/ .

--Position will remain open for applications until the posted close date.

--After the position closes, applicants will be screened based on the posted MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS .

--Applicants meeting the minimum qualifications will be moved on to the Search and Screen committee. The Search and Screen committee will determine the applicants who will be moved on for an interview.

Please note: The time frame to complete the application process can be anywhere from 2-4 weeks after the position’s close date. Applicants not selected will be notified via mail.

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