Paramedic Clinical Instructor, Per Diem 8/12/2016
University of California - Los Angeles Medical Centers
Los Angeles, CA
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Paramedic Clinical Instructor, Per Diem
Cmty Health Prg Repr PD
Los Angeles, CA
$22.00 / $3828
$44.00 / $7656
Layoff Referral Deadline:
The UCLA Center for Prehospital Care (CPC) is the leading emergency and prehospital academic center on the West Coast. The Center is dedicated to advancing the systems and methods of EMS. We teach, test, and certify the people who provide care to the ill or injured prior to hospital admission. Clinical Instructors provide skills presentations and skills instruction in the UCLA Paramedic Education Program and must work a minimum of two shifts per month. Responsibilities include but are not limited to: providing demonstrations and instructing on the application of equipment, monitor student performance of practical skills, being a student advocate in the learning process, creating an active learning environment, ensuring course requirements and objectives are met, and assisting in the development of educational objectives as well as testing methods. This is a 10% per diem position.
The ideal candidate will meet the following qualifications: Current California licensure as a Paramedic or Registered Nurse or the ability to obtain licensure in the state of CA, minimum of 1 year of field or clinical EMS experience, previous teaching experience (preferred), AHA CPR provider certification, AHA ACLS provider certification AHA ACLS and/or PALS instructor certifications (preferred) NAEMT PHTLS instructor certifications (preferred), ability to consistently work a minimum 2 weekdays per month, excellent communication skills, ability to work both independently and on a team, ability to perform duties with minimal direction, ability to frequently walk, stand, lift, carry, and balance at times in excess of 125 pounds as duties may involve heavy lifting (50 pounds frequently, no maximum) and involves climbing, balancing, stooping, kneeling, crouching, crawling, reaching, handling, fingering, feeling, talking, hearing, and seeing (including the ability to perceive differences in colors, shades, or harmonious combinations or to match colors is required). The instructor may be required to perform venipuncture and dermal punctures on training equipment including administering intravenous lines.