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UCLA Center for Prehospital Care - Los Angeles, CA



The best outcomes begin with U.


It's time to reclaim your creativity and make a difference in the life of a student and their patients. Our students are eager to meet you and would love to have your guidance, talent and originality be a part of their lives. 


Associate Paramedic Program Director


In this crucial role, you’ll be responsible for the delivery of didactic instruction to paramedic students within the UCLA Center for Prehospital Care. This will involve leading the development of curriculum, coordinating and overseeing the implementation of courses, and teaching students on campus, online and at the bedside. If you’re ready to make a big difference in students’ lives, our health system and your career, bring your talents to UCLA Health.  


Our ideal candidate has a bachelor’s degree in a health-related field (or equivalent experience), current licensure (or eligibility for licensure) as a paramedic in California, and 3 years of experience in the education of paramedics (includes experience developing curriculum, teaching classes, supervising classrooms and evaluating student performance). Additional preferred qualifications include at least 5 years of experience in a prehospital emergency medical setting; experience developing asynchronous courses; previous experience in a supervisory/leadership role; and proficiency with Microsoft Office software (especially Excel and Publisher). The selected candidate must be available to work evenings, weekends and/or holidays as needed.  




As a valued full-time member of our staff, you’ll enjoy outstanding benefits, including health, dental and vision plans that begin on your first day and a retirement plan that is one of the best in the nation. You will also receive 13 paid holidays and 15 vacation days beginning your first year. Relocation assistance is available for those who qualify.      


For more information, visit or contact Bella Aivazian at

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The Vermont Department of Health - Burlington, VT



Vermont EMS

State Training Coordinator


Are you looking for an Education opportunity that will allow you to make a difference in EMS? The Vermont Department of Health is seeking an EMS State Training Coordinator to lead the statewide training and education system within the Division of Emergency Preparedness, Response and Injury Prevention. This position will involve working with our EMS districts and agencies to provide the highest quality education to our providers through in-class and distance opportunities.

We are looking for a leader who is highly organized, self-motivated and yet flexible enough to cope with a variety of situations, issues, and questions from various directions.

Please apply online for Job #616306 using Internet Explorer (our system works best with IE) at


Salary range: $45-71k Questions to Mike Leyden, Deputy Director


Examples of Work:


Coordinates the statewide activities of Emergency Medical Services education including program development, monitoring of education programs for content and quality, training, and public relations. Implements, administers and promotes a variety of programs including Emergency Medical Responder, Emergency Medical Technician, Advanced Emergency Medical Technician, and Paramedic initial training programs, Continuing Education for each of the listed certification levels, protocol updates, and other programs at sites around the State. Work with physician medical advisors, district personnel, and certified personnel to research, write, revise, and update statewide medical protocols for out-of-hospital care. Conduct EMS continuing education courses both in-class and through distance education methodologies. Administer Statewide distance education program. Along with EMS Data Manager, directs on-going field surveying and data collection. Measure, evaluate, and improve quality of Vermont EMS programs using variety of data sources, including data extraction from EMS SIREN system, direct observation of instruction, and program evaluations. Maintains a resource library of materials pertaining to Emergency Medical Services. Provides technical assistance to EMS agencies and Districts in planning, development, delivery, and evaluation of EMS educational programs. Supervise and evaluate EMS Instructor/Coordinators. Performs related duties as required, including emergency preparedness and response roles. Participates in arranging the annual EMS conference and recognition program. Writes articles for the EMS newsletter. Performs related duties as required.


Desired Attributes of ideal candidates:

  • Considerable knowledge of both pre and in-hospital emergency medical skills
  • Considerable knowledge of principles, practices and techniques required for effective training programs
  • Must have ability to teach in small and large groups
  • Working knowledge of the principles of psychology, particularly as they relate to motivation and learning
  • Working knowledge of data gathering techniques, particularly as they relate to training needs assessment
  • Ability to assess training needs and design appropriate programs
  • Experience in distance education methodologies


Minimum Qualifications: EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE:


Master's degree in education, public policy, emergency services, or closely related field AND four (4) years or more of experience at or above a para-professional level with pre-hospital EMS INCLUDING two (2) years or more involving training responsibilities.



Bachelor's degree in education, public policy, emergency services, or closely related field AND six (6) years or more of experience at or above a para-professional level with pre-hospital EMS INCLUDING four (4) years or more involving training responsibilities.



Eight (8) years or more of experience at or above a para-professional level with pre-hospital EMS INCLUDING six (6) years or more involving training responsibilities.


NOTE: Must be a Nationally Registered Paramedic, or other licensed healthcare professional such as a registered nurse, physician's assistant, or physician with significant pre-hospital EMS experience.


NOTE: Must have or obtain within six months a Vermont EMS Instructor/Coordinator certification.







The University of Iowa Hospitals and Clinics - Iowa City, IA

University of Iowa Hospitals and Clinics
Department of Emergency Medicine


Instructional Services Specialist
Emergency Medicial Services Learning Resource Center
(2 positions)


Status:                  Full-Time
Web Site:    




  • Bachelor’s degree in appropriate discipline or an equivalent combination of education and experience
  • 1-3 years’ experience in Emergency Medical Services setting as either a Paramedic or Registered Nurse
  • Extensive knowledge of student instruction/teaching experience
  • Demonstrated knowledge of current emergency medicine standards of care, literature, and current practices
  • Demonstrated ability to meet deadlines, follow-up, and multi-task with minimal supervision
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills, as demonstrated at the working proficiency level.
  • Working knowledge of computer software applications such as Microsoft Office.
  • Instructor Certifications required:  NREMT-P; EMT-PS; EMS Instructor / Evaluator; BLS; ACLS; AMLS; PALS; PEPP; and PHTLS must be current or obtained within six (6) months of hire




Provide instructional services or support to faculty, staff, and students by designing, developing, selecting, adapting, presenting, and/or maintaining instructional/informational materials and/or facilities (i.e., classrooms, labs, studios, centers, workshops, technology programs) for the purpose of teaching and learning.  Provide instruction to students to enhance their skills in Emergency Medical Services for the Department of Emergency Medicine’s EMSLRC unit.


The University of Iowa is an equal opportunity/affirmative action employer. All qualified applicants are encouraged to apply and will receive consideration for employment free from discrimination on the basis of race, creed, color, national origin, age, sex, pregnancy, sexual orientation, gender identity, genetic information, religion, associational preference, status as a qualified individual with a disability, or status as a protected veteran.







Eastern Kentucky University - Richmond, KY



Eastern Kentucky University's Department of Paramedicine Sciences is seeking candidates for a Lecturer position with our Emergency Medical Care (EMC) Program Laboratories.


The Lecturer for EMC Labs will coordinate clinical facilities/services and act as a secondary instructor to primary EMC faculty. Other responsibilities will include: establishing and updating EMC Lab Policies and Procedures, oversight of lab scheduling; management of equipment and supplies; student tutoring; and implementing simulation activities for student research and evaluation of lab materials.


This position also requires communication with external agencies, maintenance of the program ambulance, maintenance of college AEDs, and collaboration with appropriate student organizations. The incumbent must comply with CoAEMSP accreditation requirements, Kentucky Board of EMS (KBEMS), as well as National Registry and EMT (NREMT) regulatory requirements.


A bachelor's degree in emergency medical or closely related from a regionally accredited or internationally recognized institution is required. Five years of Paramedic experience and licensure, Kentucky Board of EMC Instructor licensure, and CPR Instructor licensure is required.


The candidate must demonstrate the breadth of knowledge and skill sets associated with the profession. Eastern Kentucky University and the School of SSEM places importance on student success as the primary duty of the position. Demonstrated successful teaching experience as well as management in a fast paced environment will be given weight.


The application process will close at 1700 on February 16, 2015.


For more information contact Bill Young, Program Director at or call 859.429.1367. 


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Johnson County Med-Act - Olathe, KS



Johnson County Med-Act is pleased to announce that we are accepting applications for Battalion Chief – Training


Minimum Job Requirements:

Current certification as a paramedic by the state of Kansas or fully certified as a paramedic by the  National Registry of EMT's (NREMT) with a pending certification by the state of Kansas; a Bachelor's degree in any field; and Five (5) or more years ALS EMS experience or Three (3) or more  years ALS EMS experience with a Bachelor Science in Nursing (BSN) are required.  Successful completion of current Physical Agility Assessment, which includes moving up to 165 pounds and a valid driver's license with an acceptable driving record are required. 


Preferred Job Requirements:

A Bachelor's degree or Master's degree in a health related field or in education and  Training Officer I, II, or I/C.  BLS, ACLS, PHTLS, Pediatric provider and instructor certifications are preferred.


Job Description:

The Battalion Chief Training (BCT) provides continuing education for providers in the organization.  They assist in the evaluation of current employees, as well as the orientation of new employees and their ongoing development.  They conduct research, assist with purchasing and deploying new equipment to the field after training.  They assist with implementing new programs, suggesting changes in procedures and protocols as necessary for improved patient care.  BCT's are part of the response team for serious emergencies such as major trauma and cardiac arrest on designated field days.  They respond to emergency calls to fulfill needs for additional expertise.  BCTs assist with coordinating response to multiple casualty incidents and disasters.  BCT's also maintain associations with communities of interest that have an impact on emergency patient care, such as physicians, nurses, hospitals, state and national EMS associations and other entities appropriate to EMS patient care.


Salary Range: $72,168-$99,231


Johnson County Government requires reference/background screening for all positions.  Specified criteria may vary by Department/Agency.


Post Offer Testing includes physical agility test, psychological examination, and drug screening.  Successful completion is required.


Within sixty (60) days of hire, employees must produce proof of immunization, proof of immunity, proof that immunization is medically contraindicated, submit a written objection to immunization based upon a sincerely held religious belief, or receive vaccination for the following:  Measles, Mumps, and Rubella (MMR); Tetanus Diphtheria and Acellular Pertussis (TDAP); and Varicella (Chickenpox).


Interested applicants may submit an application at the following link:  Battalion Chief of Training Position Link  Application deadline is 2/11/15 at 4 pm.







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