Coordinator of Occupational Health and Emergency Services (Part-Time Permanent)

Coordinator of Occupational Health and Emergency Services (Part-Time Permanent)

Employer

Pamlico Community College
5049 Highway 306 South
Grantsboro, NC 28529
Phone: 252-249-1851

Job Location

Grantsboro, NC

Salary/Grade

20.00 per hour

Benefits

PT Permanent Benefits per PCC Procedures

Job Category

  • Professional

Application Period

Opens: Monday, August 13, 2018
Closes: Sunday, September 30, 2018

Target Start Date

Monday, August 13, 2018

Expected Work Hours

29 hours per week

Reports to

Chair of Continuing Education

Employment Type

Part Time Permanent

Minimum Qualifications

Education: Required Associate’s Degree from an accredited institution. Bachelor’s degree from an accredited institution preferred.

Experience: Background and work experience in one of the following: nursing, nursing aid, law enforcement, State-qualified fire instructor, Level I EMS instructor, Level II EMS instructor, community college continuing education experience. Strong writing, computer, organizational, and communication skills.  Evening and weekend availability.  Valid NC driver’s license.

 

Preferred Qualifications

Education: Required Associate’s Degree from an accredited institution. Bachelor’s degree from an accredited institution preferred.

Experience: Background and work experience in one of the following: nursing, nursing aid, law enforcement, State-qualified fire instructor, Level I EMS instructor, Level II EMS instructor, community college continuing education experience. Strong writing, computer, organizational, and communication skills.  Evening and weekend availability.  Valid NC driver’s license.

Position Description

Under the direct supervision of the Chair of Continuing Education and Technical Programs, the Coordinator of Occupational Health and Emergency Services is responsible for coordinating all continuing education classes and programs relative to fire, rescue, emergency medical services, law enforcement, nursing aide and occupational health to include courses designed for the specific purpose of training individuals for employment or improving employee skills. 

Maintain contact with agencies, businesses, and organizations throughout the county in order to stay abreast of their needs and offer classes accordingly. Serve as liaison with county agencies, rescue squads, fire departments, the area fire/rescue coordinators, the N.C. Office of Emergency Medical Services, the N.C. Fire & Rescue Commission, the N.C. Board of Nursing, law enforcement agencies, and other agencies relevant to training needs and certification requirements. Attend all required state agency meetings. Hire, orient, mentor, and supervise qualified and certified “school directors” and instructors for classes, making sure they are familiar with and follow state, college and classroom policies and procedures. Teach a minimum of one class per semester and as needed. Set up and coordinate all Occupational Health and Emergency Services classes. Oversee the acquisition of instructional supplies, reference materials, or other instructional materials and equipment necessary for Occupational Health and Emergency Services course offerings. Recruit students and market programs by advertising classes offered through a variety of means, such as paid ads in local newspapers, articles about current and upcoming classes, flyers, brochures, direct mailings, and college social media. Work closely with all instructors to ensure instructional materials are available as needed, courses are running as scheduled, paperwork is complete and that needs are being met. Work with curriculum faculty and continuing education staff to develop pathways for success for students. Work evenings and weekends as necessary to oversee the overall Department of Continuing Education programs on campus and at off-campus sites. Ensure individual counseling services are available to the students. Evaluate each course and each instructor as specified in the policy manual. Develop and submit an annual budget to support courses to be offered.

How to Apply

This procedure must be followed or application may be rejected. Candidates should submit:
(1) signed Pamlico Community College application, which can be obtained at the college website http://www.pamlicocc.edu/about-employment.php or by calling (252) 249-1851, extension 3038; (2) a photocopy of college transcripts, if applicable; and (3) a resume.
The resume is not a substitute for a completed application; the application must include work history.  If you have transcripts already on file, please specify.  Incomplete applications will not be eligible for consideration, and all requested information must be received by the deadline date. Mail to Human Resources, P.O. Box 185 (5049 Highway 306 South for carrier deliveries), Grantsboro, NC 28529, or bfillingame@pamlicocc.edu with position title in subject line or fax to 252-249-2984 ATTN: Human Resources. Employment and selection procedures are outlined in Chapter 6 of PCC’s Policies and Procedures.

Job Post Contact

Brandy Fillingame
Director of Human Resources
Pamlico Community College
PO Box 185
Grantsboro, NC 28529
bfillingame@pamlicocc.edu
(252) 249-1851 x3038