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Assists EMS Programs with assigned tasks, responsibilities, and projects. Supports the planning, coordination and implementation of unit activities and functions.
Graduation from an accredited institution with a bachelor’s degree in directly related field of study or a combination of education and experience totaling four years.
Certification at EMT-Advanced/ or Paramedic level.
Certifications must be within the State of Utah regardless of national credentials.
Applicants not possessing Utah certification will be given 6 months to complete this requirement.
Knowledge of Emergency Medical Service activities and certification requirements for both state and national organizations.
Skill as Course Coordinator, Training Officer, EMS instructor.
Skill in EMS practices.
Ability to plan and implement program requirements under the direction of the EMS Program managers.
An individual who meets at least one of the following criteria may apply for this position as an in-house applicant:
-Adjunct faculty status for at least two full semesters immediately prior to the position’s opening date, OR
-Non-Student Part-time hourly employee hired through the official University screening process, or informal hiring process employed a minimum of 6 consecutive months, working at least an average of 20 hours per week, immediately prior to the position’s opening date, OR
-Salaried employee employed a minimum of 6 consecutive months, working at least an average of 40 hours per week, immediately prior to the position’s opening date.
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