Instructor/ EMS Program Director
MOTLOW STATE COMMUNITY COLLEGE
is accepting applications for the following position:
Instructor/ EMS Program Director
Position number: B99724
Motlow State is the fastest growing college in Tennessee. We are located in the beautiful rolling hills of middle Tennessee and have four campuses that serve students from eleven counties. We offer a comprehensive benefits package that includes an excellent retirement package from the state of Tennessee, 401K plan with match, thirteen paid annual holidays in addition to annual and sick leave days, health and dental insurance, tuition discounts, and state employee discounts. Motlow positions are contingent upon funding availability and budget approval.
A Bachelor’s is the minimum degree required from a regionally
Must be licensed in Tennessee as an EMT-Paramedic, registered nurse, or physician.
Professional license must be free from history of revocation, denial or suspension.
Licensed emergency care experience shall include a minimum of three years practice.
Administrative experience shall include a minimum of two (2) years in EMS educational administration.
Current endorsement in a Board approved trauma, cardiac, and pediatric course at the provider level.
Good communication and organizational skills.
The Instructor/EMS Program Director is responsible for the overall coordination, direction, and supervision of all EMS Programs. The individual shall act as a liaison between faculty, the sponsoring agency, students, the local medical community, and the Division of Emergency Medical Services. The individual is also responsible for the recruitment and continued development of faculty to meet the needs of the institution and some classroom instruction throughout the year.
Major Duties and Responsibilities:
(Duties and responsibilities listed are examples of work performed and may be modified as needs of the College may dictate)
Provide measurable improvements in the performance of EMS students and programs on the Quality Assurance and Performance Funding metrics established by TBR.
Develop partnerships with the industry leaders in EMS including meetings at least once a year.
Implement the use of emerging and mobile technologies for classroom instruction.
Collaborate with and respond to the needs of the local health industry.
Assist in the recruitment of students for the EMS department.
In conjunction with the Dean of Nursing and Allied Health, develop and manage budget for the EMS program.
Oversee EMS programs including curriculum review, revision, and development, course scheduling, identification of resources, and course/program evaluation.
Maintain and enforce college and department policies and procedures.
Recruit the employment of both full-time and part-time faculty and ensure that credentials comply with licensing and accreditation requirements.
Ensure compliance with state-mandated performance measures and utilize data for program improvement.
Seek grant funding sources related to EMS.
Supervise and provide performance evaluations for faculty and staff in the EMS department.
Directs and coordinates academic, laboratory, and clinical experiences for the EMS program on all campus sites.
Provides advisement to potential EMS students and instruction to enrolled EMS students as needed throughout the year.
Facilitates state certification application process for graduates.
Reviews clinical contracts for EMS Programs.
Serve on college committees and the academic leadership group.
Maintain program accreditation reporting and accreditation as well as provide documentation and support for SACSCOC institutional accreditation.
Teaches 9 credit hours in the fall, 9 in the spring, and 6 in the summer.
Other responsibilities as assigned.
Human Resources Office, Dept. 200
Motlow State Community College
Telephone (931) 393-1541, TDD (931 393-1621)
Motlow College is an EEO/AA/Title VI/Title IX/Sections 504/ADA Employer
Motlow State Community College does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, creed, ethnicity or national origin, sex, disability, age status as a protected veteran or any other class protected by Federal or State laws and regulations and by Tennessee Board of Regents policies with respect to employment, programs, and activities.