Instructor/Training Coordinator II (Temporary) - Office of State Fire Marshal


Provides instruction and monitors teaching/learning effectiveness in courses assigned by the Program Coordinator. Uses current skills and knowledge to promote student learning and active participation. The purpose of this job posting is to build an applicant pool from which we can draw instructors on an as needed basis. This post will be continuous until the time that we feel we have an adequate number of qualified applicants. Ensures quality classroom and computer based instruction for the students as assessed by content mastery and competency-based skills. Must also provide a safe environment for student learning; encourages group activities and student involvement in class as appropriate. Compiles, administers and grades assignments and examinations in a timely manner so that the student is aware of his/her  progress and allows time for the development of a plan that will promote student success and a positive outcome. Uses computer and internet programs to disseminate information to students, prepares exams, and prepares class presentations as pertinent. Participates in the assessment of instructional needs for the designated EMS programs. Plans, evaluates, revises, develops and implements materials such as curriculum needs, course syllabi and student outcomes to assure the completion of program goals and requirements. Actively participates in meetings called by the Program Coordinator for the purpose of disseminating information; providing input into the decision making process or for the sharing of expertise with colleagues. Participates as a team leader in assessments, implementations, and evaluations of Program Effectiveness and assists in implementing changes according to the recommendations set forth by the accrediting agencies. Ensures that the program remains in compliance with said rules and regulations. Performs other duties as assigned by the Program Director or Program Manager.

Preferred Qualifications:

A bachelor's degree and five years of experience as a paramedic and at least one year experience as an instructor or other relevant teaching experience. Current certification in good standing with the National Registry of EMTs as a Nationally Registered Paramedic, Current Instructor Certification in CPR with AHA, ARC or ASHI. Preferred SC approved Lead instructor or eligibility.

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If you have any questions Contact:

Justin McConnell

EMS Education Program Coordinator

SC State Fire

Office: 803-896-9865

Cell: 803-542-6037

Statewide (No County)
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