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Faculty, Emergency Medical Services (ID: 1324 / PSID: 257)
Not Accepting Applications Position Filled
Compensation: Faculty Entry Salary
Key Position Information:

Minimum Requirements: AS Degree in EMS and 5 years ALS field experience; Florida certified paramedic; ACLS, ITLS, BLS, PALS/PEPP Instructor; NAEMSE or Florida EMS Instructor course completion in accordance with FAC Rule 64J-1.0201; able to use Microsoft Office products; familiarity with a Learning Management System such as ANGEL.
 

Preferred Qualifications: Teaching experience preferred for all instructor positions. Related work experience preferred for technical programs. Strongly prefer a Bachelor's degree in a health related field

Department/Location: Emergency Medical Services / Health Education Center
Minimum Requirements:

Appropriate level of education required. See SPC's Credentialing Manual for details. 

http://www.spcollege.edu/central/credential/31419_Credentialing_Manual.pdf

Teaching experience preferred for all instructor positions. Community college teaching experience preferred. Related work experience preferred for technical programs.
Openings: 1
Posting Date: Mar 12, 2013
Closed: Aug 9, 2013

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