Faculty members are responsible for providing effective instruction in the Paramedic program. By using various learning methodologies that support a learning by doing philosophy, the curriculum is taught to second language learners within a student-centric learning environment that fosters respect for students, their culture, and traditions. Faculty members play an important role in assisting with the development and preservation of system-wide and directorate-specific policies and are viewed as active participants in academic and extra-curricular events at the College and within the community.
Masters in Paramedic Sciences / Emergency Medical Services or other relevant and equivalent discipline (Doctorate preferred)
A minimum of 3 years of experience in teaching/training in the area of Paramedic Sciences or Emergency Medical Services (EMS) within a relevant educational / clinical setting
At least 3 years of work experience as a Paramedic or Emergency Medical Technician (EMT) which may include relevant experience in related disciplines such as (Advanced Practice and/or Trauma / Emergency Department / Intensive Care Nursing) etc.
Current registration as a practicing EMT according to the internal standard in the country of origin/residence
Must be able to provide instruction at various levels within the program areas
Experience in developing course curriculum as per accreditation and international standards
Excellent verbal and written communication skills and a demonstrated competency to interact with people at all levels of the organization