Closes: Saturday, November 18, 2017
Target Start Date
Expected Work Hours
- Minimum Bachelors degree awarded by a regionally-accredited college or university in related field.
- Minimum five years full-time work experience as a North Carolina Certified Paramedic.
- Hold current Level I North Carolina Paramedic Instructor Certification.
- Hold current National Registry EMT-Paramedic Certification.
- Be knowledgeable concerning current state & national curricula, accreditation, registration, and the requirements for state certification or licensure.
- Hold current Level II North Carolina Paramedic Instructor Certification.
- Masters degree awarded by a regionally-accredited college or university in related field.
- Hold current American Heart Association Instructor Certifications in 1) CPR, 2) ACLS, & 3) PALS
- Minimum five years experience teaching in North Carolina EMT/Paramedic courses.
The Director, of Emergency Medical Services shall oversee the delivery of Paramedic courses offered through the Continuing Education Division as well as the delivery of the Emergency Medical Science and the Emergency Management programs delivered through the Academic Programs Division. The Director is an instructional leader and advisor of the program and shall provide instructional leadership in all phases of the Emergency Medical Services Programs and shall act as a liaison between the communities of interest and the program.
The Director oversees the initial and continuing application process seeking, attaining and maintaining full accreditation through the Commission on Accreditation of Emergency Medical Service professionals (CoAEMSP).
The Director is responsible for managing every aspect of the delivery of the Emergency Medical Science program and the Emergency Management program to include but not limited to the following:
1) Provide direct student instruction in the classroom,
2) Ensure all courses are delivered in compliance with State and National Standards,
3) Develop course schedules and syllabi,
4) Choose and evaluate instructors,
5) Supervise all full & part-time faculty assigned to the program,
6) Develop and manage programs’ operating budgets,
7) Develop and follow rules & regulations governing student behavior,
8) Develop and maintain Goals & Objectives in compliance with the College Program Review Process,
9) Serve as the official spokesperson for the Paramedic program, Emergency Medical Science program, and Emergency Management program.
10) Schedule, conduct and record program and advisory meetings on a regular basis.