Closes: Monday, December 16, 2019
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Associate Degree from a regionally accredited institution in the discipline or related field and two years of experience
Bachelor’s Degree from a regionally accredited institution in the discipline or related field and two years of experience
The Instructional Lab Facilitator is a multi-campus position and is grant funded until June 30, 2020.
Overview of Department
Public Safety - Emergency Medical Services Education (EMS) and Fire Service Training is responsible for providing initial education as well as continuing education to EMS providers and fire departments within our service area. Our staff must be actively involved with local first responder agencies to ensure that Central Piedmont Community College delivers the highest level of training to our emergency services personnel to provide an excellent level of service to the citizens of Mecklenburg and surrounding counties.
The Public Safety division consists of the Criminal Justice, Fire Protection and Emergency Medical Science Programs and includes both curriculum and Corporate & Continuing Ed (CCE) programs. The Emergency Medical Science (EMS) program will offer college-level courses that will prepare student for a career in EMS, by ensuring students can communicate professionally and effectively with patients, significant support persons, i.e. Police, Fire and rescue members and members of the interdisciplinary health-care team, have an integrated knowledge of the pre-hospital emergency needs of the individual to provide an individual emergency care assessment and a transport decision and can practice professional emergency medical services behaviors incorporating responsibility and accountability into daily patient care practice. Graduates of the EMS program will be eligible to apply for the North Carolina Office of Emergency Medical Services Paramedic certification exam and the National Registry Paramedic certification exam.
A successful candidate will be a self starter, have project management skills, have a working knowledge of the pre-hospital emergency medical care environment.
Plans and coordinates laboratory activities to support instructional programs.
Characteristic Duties and Responsibilities
1. Monitors laboratory activities; enforces rules and regulations and ensures safe environment.
2. Monitors students in laboratory classes; assists students with laboratory class-related problems, reviews student lab work, monitors student progress and proctors tests.
3. Prepares facility for classes and ensures that work areas are clean and neat; ensures that equipment, materials, and handouts are laid out for classes.
4. Assists in maintaining laboratory equipment; performs simple maintenance, cleans and stores equipment when not in use, monitors condition, and notifies supervisor of any needed repairs.
5. Monitors inventory of materials and supplies, initiates ordering process as needed.
6. Researches and evaluates new equipment, and makes recommendations regarding purchase decisions.
7. Maintains a library of materials, which may include books, tapes, and magazines.
8. Monitors activities of part-time student lab assistants; establishes schedules and assigns tasks.
9. Maintains records of laboratory activities and student files including grades and attendance.
Knowledge, Skills, Abilities and Characteristics
- Supervisory skills
- Knowledge of laboratory procedures
- Ability to work well with individuals with diverse background
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