The EMS Instructor will be responsible for teaching the two courses required to obtain certification as a licensed EMT. EMT 105 is scheduled to be taught in the winter quarter (January 8-March 24) and EMS 106 in the spring (April 2 – June 16). The courses will be held on Tuesday evenings from 6:00 – 9:20 p.m.
Major Areas of Responsibility
I. Instructional Program
III. Teaching and Learning Values
Instructional Program Responsibilities
• Maintain positive relationships with appropriate certification and licensing agencies, professional associations, and district-wide Emergency Medical services (EMS) providers
• Maintain current license/certificates in area of expertise/assignment as defined by Oregon State Health Division (OHD) for EMT course director.
• Meets all assigned classes.
• Develops and improve instructional materials and performs all other duties expected of adjunct faculty
• Maintains awareness of current trends within area of expertise and incorporates trends into instructional activities
Teaching and Learning Values
• Creates a climate of mutual respect and fairness
• Encourages creative and critical thinking
• Actively engages student in the learning process
• Facilitates learning that applies to and enriches lives
• Clarifies expectations and encourages student responsibility for learning
• Promotes learning as life-long process
• Associate’s or Bachelor’s degree in Fire Science, Health, or EMS services, or related field;
• Oregon-certified EMT – Paramedic
• Three years pre-hospital emergency medical care experience
• Ability to serve as Course Director, scheduling lectures, coordinating and arranging clinical rotations and field internships
• Must be computer-literate
• Bachelor’s degree in related field from an accredited institution
• Evidence of continuing professional development; teaching experience, including continuing education and nontraditional delivery
• Experience providing healthcare in a variety of systems and/or settings, including pre-hospital, urban and rural, critical care, intensive care, coronary care and/or emergency department
• Active participation in EMS/Health Care/Education organizations, trauma boards, regulatory agencies, committees, management assignments
• Skilled in computer and multi-media presentation systems; experience in distance education delivery
Complete application packets will have first consideration. The submission of all required application materials is the responsibility of the applicant.
Please respond via email with cover letter, resume and application indicating proof of your abilities to achieve the above job description and a minimum of three references to: email@example.com
Applications may also be mailed to: Tillamook Bay Community College Attn. Human Resources 4301 Third Street Tillamook, OR, 97141
To print application go to: http://tillamookbaycc.edu/tbcc-employment-opportunities/ Choose the staff application packet. Application cannot be filled out on-line.
Candidate selected for hire must provide official academic transcripts. Applicants must be prepared to interview at their own expense.