Emergency Medical Services (EMS) Instructor/Clinical Coordinator (#FO415)
Reynolds is seeking applicants who share in its commitment to student success by striving to eliminate barriers to college access and achievement. The College champions a culture of inclusivity and diversity by recruiting and retaining a dynamic workforce who share in the value of respecting and celebrating a deeply diverse community of students, faculty, and staff. Reynolds is currently seeking applicants for the position of Emergency Medical Services Instructor/Clinical Coordinator which will be assigned to the School of Health Professions on the Downtown Campus, 700 E. Jackson Street.
TYPE OF APPOINTMENT: Full-time nine-month teaching faculty-ranked appointment. Salary commensurate with the education and experience of the applicant. Salary range: $45,089 - $111,763. Approximate maximum hiring salary: $56,200.
QUALIFICATIONS REQUIRED: Associate degree in Emergency Medical Services (EMS) from an accredited college; and three (3) years of clinical as a NREMT-Paramedic in either a clinical or pre-hospital setting. The selected candidate must be able to pass the college's pre-employment security screening.
QUALIFICATIONS PREFERRED: Bachelors’ or Master’s degree preferred. Current or recent classroom and/or online teaching experience specifically in an EMS program is preferred. Previous teaching experience in higher education is also preferred. Working knowledge of high fidelity patient simulation setup and scenarios. Working knowledge of the Emergency Medical Services and Public Safety community within Richmond City and surrounding counties. Demonstrated knowledge of and experience in curriculum development, course scheduling, enrollment management, program effectiveness and evaluation; as well as student advising. Demonstrated ability to incorporate technology routinely into instructional and faculty responsibilities, including use of the Canvas (LMS) Learning Management System for online learning development/teaching, and current Microsoft Office programs. Substantial evidence of involvement in College-related activities beyond the classroom, including holding office hours, advising, and collateral duty assignments (e.g., service on committee, leading specific initiatives, etc.). Demonstrated ability to communicate and work effectively with multi-cultural populations that support diversity, cultural understanding and inclusion. ACLS, BLS, EPC, or PALS, AMLS Certification (Instructor certifications preferred or must complete within one (1) year of hire).
POSITION RESPONSIBILITIES: The primary responsibility is teaching (classroom and online) and clinical coordination. The EMS clinical liaison/instructor is primarily responsible for the collaborative planning, delivery and evaluation of classroom, laboratory, hospital, and prehospital clinical instruction, and for providing those related services and support activities required for optimal student learning and effective educational programming. Faculty loads are normally scheduled on an average of fifteen (15) credits per semester. Office hours, advising and collateral duty assignments are maintained. Teaching schedules may include day and evening classes, dual enrollment classes with local high schools, and multiple campus assignments. Opportunities for summer teaching will be based on student interest.
APPLICATION PROCESS: Application reviews are on-going. Position to be filled for Fall 2020 (Semester start date of August 16, 2020). To apply for this position, please visit the Virginia Jobs website https://virginiajobs.peopleadmin.com. For full consideration, the cover letter, resume or curriculum vitae, and unofficial transcripts must be received with the online application submission.
CONTACT INFORMATION: Emily Duncan, Recruitment Coordinator Email: email@example.com
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