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Under the supervision of the designated Lead EMS Instructor and/or direct supervisor, the EMT Skills Assistant IV supports and maintains the general operation and availability of equipment for the classroom and learning labs to ensure that course objectives and student needs will be met. The EMT Skills Assistant IV may be responsible for organizing classroom materials for instruction, inventory program materials and monitoring supplies, and receiving materials for cleaning and organization postcourse. This position may also assist the EMS Instructor with the incorporation of advanced technology and simulation experiences that will assist students with critical thinking in pre-hospital care areas. The EMS Skills Assistant IV will help instructors and students demonstrate EMT skills as needed. The EMT Skills Assistant IV may help provide constructive feedback to students and for Lead instructor evaluations in national testing scenarios. Typically, this is 6 or fewer students per skills assistant with oversight from the lead instructor or direct supervisor.
This is a part-time position which is limited to 28 hours per CMC’s workweek. CMC’s workweek is Saturday through Friday.
Education and experience sufficient for the rigors of the position. Examples of ideal qualifications may include current a current NREMT-P certification and/or a State of Colorado EMT-Paramedic certification. Continuing education and experience that will provide the necessary knowledge, skills, and abilities to perform the functions of the position with 4 years of experience in the field. Desired qualifications include prior training or teaching experience.
Special Skills and Abilities: Ability to use good judgment and remain calm in high-stress situations. Ability to communicate effectively in person, via telephone and radio, competency in emergency communication language, protocol and procedure. Ability to use medical equipment relevant to area(s). Ability to work effectively with staff, faculty and students as a member of the team.
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