Other Outdoor EMS Program Director
POSITION TITLE: EMS Program Director
RESPONSIBLE TO: Executive Director
STATUS: Full-Time/ Benefits/Salary
COMPENSATION: $60K annually
The EMS Program Director provides leadership and proactive consultation in responding to the educational needs of NCOAE’s medical programs. The position is responsible for the design, implementation and evaluation of appropriate educational and training programs. The program director is responsible for all aspects of NCOAE’s EMS medical program. Additionally, this position
will be responsible for EMS accreditation and the implementation of various projects including but not limited to the American Heart Association Training Center. This position reports directly to the Executive Director and works closely with the Executive Assistant.
Successful candidates must hold a degree from an accredited institution
Must currently hold or be willing to obtain the NC OEMS Instructor Level II credentials
Current credentials as an EMT, Advanced EMT, Paramedic or related field
Successful candidates must have prior training and/or teaching experience in healthcare or related area
Knowledge about methods of instruction, testing and evaluation of students.
Successful candidates must have field experience in the delivery of out of hospital emergency care.
They must be creative and have an openness to change as well as a strong oral and written communication skills, strong computer skills and commitment to the use of technology in instruction.
Individuals must have an ability to work effectively and collegially with others in a team environment and have a high level of critical thinking skills, and the ability to work at an efficient pace.
The NCOAE EMS Director is an organized and innovative problem solver who can consider all possibilities when managing challenging situations and scenarios.
They also understand and respects the need to default to written procedure, and will ask for help whenever the need should arise.
Experience with online instruction via Learning Management System
Proven ability to manage and motive staff as a cohesive team
Credentialed/Certified in Wilderness Medicine
Understanding of concepts and education in Emergency Wilderness Medicine
Major Job Responsibilities:
Coordinate matters related to NCOAE’s EMS programing including agency licenses partnerships, staff, program growth, vehicles, equipment and program logistics
Recruit, interview, train, schedule, supervise and evaluate instructors
Enforce program policies and procedures
Propose updates/revisions to SOPs
Facilitate staff meetings
Develop course outline, itinerary and schedule
Ensure compliance with local, state and federal EMS regulations
Maintain instructional records and inventory of course material/equipment
Maintain EMS program budget
Instruct program curriculum
Administers American Heart Association Training Center activities
Provide academic mentoring for students
Assists with the development and implementation of long range goals and objectives at NCOAE.
Identify training/educational needs and develop curriculum to meet identified needs
Conduct systematic evaluation of courses and instructional activities, including long range planning and on-going development
Maintain professional credentials required for EMS instruction and accreditation
Attend NCOAE meetings, performs other tasks as assigned that support the mission and initiatives of NCOAE.
Extensive use of computer keyboards and the telephone is required, as is the ability to lift and carry approximately 50 lbs. of equipment. As noted above, some travel may be required.
How to ApplyPlease send a cover letter and resume to email@example.com
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