- Administration of the student clinical schedule, maintain ongoing clinical documentation, approve final clinical completion documentation, and clinical site visitation;
- Maintain accurate records and audit student performance for compliance with state and national requirements;
- Report to students’ hospital clinical rotations periodically to evaluate student performance;
- Provide regular visitation to each affiliated institution where students receive clinical experience to assure adequacy of preceptor instruction and record keeping;
- Assist with evaluating students in classroom during technical scope of practice testing;
- Evaluate the student clinical experience and make recommendations toward the improvement of instruction to the instructional staff and program director;
- Maintain existing clinical partnerships, prepare annual agreements with each agency, and develop new sites;
- Provide orientation and training to clinical faculty and preceptors in the delivery of appropriate clinical instruction and assist in development of preceptor training materials for clinical and field sites;
- Support the administrative, continuing education, and logistical sectors of the EMS program and assists program director with administrative responsibilities;
- Teach a limited amount of hours each semester as necessary to maintain credentials and certifications;
- Perform all other standard administrative requirements expected of and/or assigned to management staff, including committee assignments, evening and registration duty, community and professional involvement, and other such activities or functions; and
- Perform other appropriate duties as may be necessary to adequately provide support of the continuing education area as assigned by the director, dean, vice president, and/or the president.
The EMS clinical coordinator/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. The fundamental reason this classification exists is to develop, implement, monitor, and evaluate all phases of the clinical and prehospital internship for the entire EMS Program at Durham Technical Community College. More specifically, and consistent with the employee’s current contract of appointment, the clinical coordinator/instructor is responsible for the following duties and responsibilities:
1.Associate’s degree (If not, must be in the process of obtaining that degree within a year)
2.Credentialed at EMT-P in the State of North Carolina (NREMT-P preferred);
3.Current BLS, ACLS, and PALS instructor certifications (or completion within 1 year of assuming position); and
4.Possess a valid driver’s license.
1. Two years minimum field or clinical experience;
2. Three years critical care transport experience.
Job Type: Full Time Faculty
Hiring Range: $49,000 -$55,000 annually