EMS Instructor/Clinical Coordinator
The Department of Emergency Medical Services at Missouri Southern State University is experiencing an exciting period of growth and invites applicants for a full-time, 12-month, non-tenure track faculty position as an EMS Instructor, beginning January 2016. Teaching responsibilities include general classroom and laboratory instruction in the Emergency Medical Technician and Paramedic Programs with an emphasis in development and oversight of clinical operations.
Applicants should possess the following minimum qualifications:
- Be currently licensed as a paramedic in the State of Missouri
- Be a currently certified EMS Instructor/Coordinator in the State of Missouri, or have the ability to obtain certification within (1) year of appointment.
- Have (3) years field experience as a Paramedic, with teaching and clinical experience preferred.
- Portray evidence of professionalism and be diplomatic when working with others
- Exhibit strong written and verbal communication skills
- Bachelor’s degree in an EMS related field or Health Science is required
- Experience and ability to teach in a classroom setting and in the field is necessary
Application review begins November 21, 2016 and will continue until the position has been filled. Applicants should submit a detailed letter of application, curriculum vitae (with the names, addresses, email, and phone numbers of three references) and copies of all transcripts. (Official transcripts are required 45 days after contract is issued). Please email documents to FacultyVitae@mssu.edu and enter “EMS Instructor” in subject line.
MSSU is an Equal Opportunity Employer with a strong institutional commitment to the achievement of excellence and diversity among faculty and staff. Employment will require a background check. E-verify participating employer.
Applicants for employment may visit http://www.mssu.edu/offices/police/campus-security-act.php to view the Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy that details MSSU policies and statistics about campus crime. A paper copy of this information is available upon request to the University Police Department at 417-626-2222.