- Instructional (Faculty)
Closes: Sunday, March 31, 2019
Target Start Date
Expected Work Hours
- Possess a minimum of an Associate’s degree for Emergency Medical Technician- Intermediate and/or a minimum of a Bachelor’s degree for Emergency Medical Technician-Paramedic from a regionally accredited institution of higher education;
- Have appropriate medical or allied health education, training, and experience;
- Be knowledgeable about methods of instruction, testing and evaluation of students;
- Have field experience in the delivery of out-of-hospital emergency care;
- Have academic training and preparation related to emergency medical services at least equivalent to that of program graduates
- The program director should be currently certified in the United States to practice out-of-hospital care (state credential) or currently certified by a nationally recognized certifying organization (NREMT) at an equal or higher level of professional training than that for which training is being offered.
- Be knowledgeable concerning current national curricula, national accreditation, national registration, and the requirements for state certification or licensure.
- Have and maintain the appropriate academic credentials to teach at the program level
- Possess a strong commitment to the mission of community colleges
- Have excellent written, oral communication, and organizational skills
- Exemplify the College's core values of: Integrity, Helpfulness Excellence, Respect, and Opportunity.
A Master's degree in the required discipline
Sandhills Community College seeks applications for a full-time EMS Programs Coordinator.The EMS Program Coordinator will plan and implement the program and courses; assess the adequacy of resources; assist in the selection and development of personnel in their program; and maintain program budgets. Instructional duties will include teaching topics in the program, using a variety of delivery modes: traditional classroom, online, hybrid, weekend, mini-mester, and evening. Additional faculty duties include assisting with student recruitment, advising students and performing support duties as assigned by the department chair. [Class sessions may take place on the Sandhills Community College campus and on Moore and Hoke County high school campuses.] Ability to integrate with other disciplines and support technology programs is a plus. Interviews for the position will include a teaching demonstration and an oral/written assessment conducted in a computer environment.
Salary to be commensurate with experience and state salary schedules. Applications will be accepted until 3/31/19. To maximize your opportunity for selection; transcripts, letter of interest, and resume must be uploaded with your application. Selection is contingent on final budget approval.
Sandhills Community College is convinced that being around people who are different makes us more creative, more diligent, and harder working. We are committed to a campus that supports diversity in both learning and working environments, and in our outreach to our community. We are also committed to working with Veterans of our armed forces to honor their commitment to our country and learn from their experiences.