Prince William County Fire and Rescue System is looking for an EMS Curriculum and Accreditation Coordinator

Prince William County Department of Fire and Rescue

Prince William County Fire and Rescue System is looking for a motivated self-starter to join our fast-paced, dynamic, growing department as an Emergency Medical Services (EMS) Curriculum and Accreditation Coordinator.  This position will be located in Nokesville, VA, at PWC’s beautiful Public Service Training Center (PSTC), which is the hub of all public service training in the county.  New employees receive.  Fire and EMT certifications and tenured employees receive continuing education courses as well as the opportunity to attend PWC Fire and Rescue System’s accredited Paramedic class.

ABOUT THIS ROLE: As an EMS Curriculum and Accreditation Coordinator, you will:
Oversee day-to-day operations of the department’s CAAHEP and CoAEMSP accredited EMS programs.
Conduct labs and lectures for initial ALS and BLS level programs.
Identify Subject Matter Experts (SMEs) and Field Training Officers (FTOs) to enhance the program’s curriculum success.
Review educational standards and ensure all objectives are met.
Assist in the continued development and evaluation of other EMT and ALS programs.
Prepare written and didactic lesson plans and assure other administrative requirements are completed.

Experience an exciting career that will support and enhance provider quality and delivery of care to the community.
Earn annual and sick leave earned each pay period.
Receive paid holidays and personal days.
Eligible to participate in medical, vision, and dental insurance plans.
Access to a Flexible Spending Account, membership in the Employee Credit Union, and use of the Employee Assistance Program.

High school diploma or G.E.D. and 3 years of related experience.

PREFERENCES: The successful candidate will have:
Bachelor’s Degree in Education, Emergency Medical Services, or related field.
Master’s degree in education or Emergency Medical Services is highly desirable.
3-4 years experience as lead instructor in a paramedic program.
2-3 years’ experience in administration/management/development.
Experience writing/reviewing lesson plans and curriculum.
Experience with Committee on Accreditation of Educational Programs for the Emergency Medical Services Profession (CoAEMSP) accreditation processes.
Strong record-keeping/management skills.

This is an exempt 37.5 hour per week, full-time position Monday – Friday with working hours between 8:00 am – 4:30 pm.

The selected candidate will be required to pass an FBI pre-employment background check and other background checks, which may include but are not limited to: Criminal History Check, Credit History Check, Education Verification Check, License Verification Check, and/or fingerprinting may be required as posted in the job advertisement.

Fire & Rescue Requirement: Effective October 2012, mandated by the Virginia State Board of Health 12VAC5-31-540, VA EMS Regulations require a criminal background check conducted by the Central Crime Records Exchange and the National Crime Information Center via Virginia State Police; and a driving record transcript from the individual’s state Department of Motor Vehicles.

$66,742.00 – $98,379.50 Annually

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