EMS Faculty Position Brunswick Community College

 The Full time EMS faculty/Instructor is responsible for all aspects of educational encounters with EMS students in the classroom, laboratory and simulation, and clinical setting, in collaboration with the Program Director.  This full-time position has 3 areas of responsibility – instructional, advising, and other duties as needed.  Instructional activities require, among other things, subject matter expertise and thorough preparation for every instructional responsibility.  Advising duties demand knowledge of the students’ chosen field of study, as well as an understanding of registration, testing, and other procedures.  Other responsibilities include, completion of necessary paperwork, serving on committees attending College functions, and recruitment and retention activities.

  • Follows appropriate course student learning outcomes along with evaluation methods, which accurately measure student learning.
  • Maintain an up-to-date syllabus for each course using the approved syllabus template.
  • Ensure instructional materials comply with Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) guidelines.
  • Be present for the entire scheduled instructional time or provide appropriate class coverage plans to the Program Director or Lead Faculty, in case of necessary absences.
  • Teach a typical load of 18-21 contact hours during the contract period, ad determined by the Program Director.  Other assigned activities may affect teaching load.
  • Collaborate with faculty to develop, implement, and evaluate curriculum and simulation scenarios to promote student learning and critical decision-making.
  • Attend faculty development and training related to the use of simulation.
  • Provides clinical supervision and guidance (clinical and skills lab) to students as assigned.
  • Assists with test construction and proctoring of examinations as needed.
  • Identifies at-risk students and intervenes with assistance of the Program Director.
  • Participates in selection of textbooks and other educational resources.
  • Participates in academic advising and counseling as assigned.  Serves as an academic advisor to assigned students.  Understand and work within the registration process and programs of study/catalog requirement.
  • Maintains professional competence and licensure through continuing education, professional activities and/or practice, including compliance with the professional development requirements of the NC Office of EMS and CoAEMSP.


  • Bachelor’s degree; Master’s preferred
  • North Carolina Office of EMS Paramedic certification and/or National Registry Paramedic certification.
  • North Carolina credentialed Level I or Level II EMS Instructor at the Paramedic level.
  • Five years full-time field experience as a paramedic in the delivery of pre-hospital emergency care.
  • Two years of full-time experience as an instructor in an EMS program in a post-secondary institution.
  • Knowledge of and experience with current versions of the National EMS Scope of Practice and National EMS Education Standards.
  • Knowledge of and experience with current with national accreditation for EMS programs.
  • Skilled in the use of office and classroom/lab technologies.
  • Ability to work effectively and collegially with colleagues.
  • Excellent oral and written communication skills.
  • Current BLS Healthcare Provider.
  • Current immunizations and annual tuberculosis screening per department, agency, and hospital policy.
  • Performance of duties takes place in office, classroom and clinical settings.
  • Travel to designated clinical sites required.
  • Salary will depend on Degrees, Certifications, and Years of Experience.
Closing Date (If Any): 
Friday, April 30, 2021
Statewide (No County)
Federal (No County)
Certification Level: 
Other Credentialed