The adjunct instructor develops, prepares and teaches a variety of coursework. Adjunct faculty are employed on a term-by-term basis. Courses within the College may be taught during the day, evening, weekends, and/or online.
This is a general ad for EMS Adjunct positions. The program director has sole discretion to invite applicants from this list to interview and be considered for current vacancies. However, completing this general application will not guarantee that you are considered for any particular vacancy. To ensure that you are considered for a particular vacancy that interests you, you must also apply online specifically to that position.
ResponsibilitiesProvide varied and relevant instruction designed to meet the educational needs of assigned students in accordance with the College’s policies, procedures, and approved curricula.Responds to the special needs and reasonable accommodations of students with disabilities. Interacts with the Director of Disabilities Services to ensure that reasonable accommodations are appropriately provided.Provides students with a course syllabus, which will minimally include the requirements listed in the Syllabus Template; and submits copies to the appropriate Academic Dean (West Campus courses), and to the Provosts (East Campus, North Campus, and Porter Campus at Wiregrass Ranch courses).Provides the Provost, Academic Dean, and/or Associate Dean with copies of examinations as requested.Maintains and submits accurate grade rosters and class attendance records to appropriate College personnel within established College deadlines.Assess student progress and post student grades.Provides for the purpose of academic assistance, a minimum of one office hour per week immediately before or after class, or by appointment, for each course taught.Adhere to College and departmental policies.Participates in programs and/or activities that enhance professional development.Reviews the Full-Time Faculty and Adjunct Faculty Handbook prior to teaching classes to become familiar with the College’s District Board of Trustees Rules and Internal Management Memoranda.Attends and participates in faculty meetings, as assigned.Other duties as assigned by his/her immediate supervisor.Satisfactory Attendance.
Associate's degree in EMT or paramedic from an institution whose accreditation is recognized by the United States Department of Education is required.
Level A EMS education course – National Guidelines for Educating EMS Instructors, 64J-1.0201(5), F.A.C..
Must have paramedic certification and current, unrestricted Florida paramedic licensure and a minimum of four years of experience in the pre-hospital setting with an Advanced Life Support provider and three years experience as a paramedic.
EMT – American Heart Association BLS certification and ACLS certification.
Paramedic – American Heart Association BLS certification and ACLS Instructor certification.
Applicant must obtain Instructor and Provider certification in PALS and PHTLS within the first 6 months of hire.
Occasional nights, weekends, or split-shift availability required.
Knowledge, Skills, and AbilitiesAdvanced organizational skills. Ability to communicate effectively with a variety of students. Ability to establish and maintain working relationships with all stakeholders. Ability to maintain detailed student records.