Hennepin County Medical Center EMS Educator - Casual in Minneapolis, Minnesota

EMS Educator - Casual (171772) SUMMARY Hennepin County Medical Center has an opening for a casual EMS Educator. This position is expected to work days and evenings, sometimes at off-site locations. Develop curriculum, coordinate, and teach advanced and basic level emergency medical care courses for public safety personnel, paramedics, physicians, nurses, other healthcare professionals, and the public. RESPONSIBILITIES Develop curriculum, coordinate, and teach advanced and basic level emergency medical care courses and individualized continuing education sessions for public safety personnel, paramedics, physicians, nurses, other healthcare professionals, college students, and the public Serve as a resource regarding emergency medical issues for public safety personnel; share emergency medical educational expertise with public safety departments and other customer groups Evaluate skills and abilities of students; Evaluate University and College student performance consistent with the policies and procedures of the institution of higher learning partner Conduct learning needs assessment of students and customer groups Develop teaching plans and instructional strategies; incorporate distance learning technologies and other multimedia aids based on needs assessments, quality improvement and curriculum requirements Conduct teaching sessions using multimedia content and distance learning technologies Maintain course and program records and compile data for research, reports and evaluation purposes Coordinate and develop designated outreach activities, research, and special projects Arrange and maintain classrooms; order, clean and maintain equipment and supplies Performs other duties and responsibilities as assigned Qualifications QUALIFICATIONS Minimum Qualifications: Associate's degree in a health, business, or education area -OR- an Associate's degree or a diploma from an accredited registered nursing program Five (5) years of approved paramedic experience, five (5) years of EMS education teaching, or five (5) years of approved nursing experience -OR- An approved equivalent combination of education and experience -AND- Current certification as a Paramedic with the State of Minnesota or current licensure as a Registered Nurse issued by the State of Minnesota Must have valid Class D Minnesota driver's license or equivalent and must have a satisfactory driving record including no more than 2 moving violations n the past 3 years of licensure Must complete an Emergency Vehicle Operations Course (EVOC) or National Safety Council Defensive Driving Course as designated by Hennepin EMS Must qualify for and maintain a Hennepin County motor vehicle operator's permit Current BLS, ACLS and PALS instructor by the American Heart Association or approved equivalent Preferred Qualifications: Bachelor's degree in health, business, EMS, education or nursing EEO/Disability/Veteran employer.