Chief Trainer, Medical Skills EMT-P

Employer: Vinnell Arabia
Location Saudi Arabia-Riyadh
ID 2015-1279

Overview:

Oversees design, development, planning, preparation, execution and assessment of medical skill development, sustainment, and certification programs for the Allied Health Sciences Military School’s medical instructors. Provides for instruction in medical treatment skills, life support methods and emergency treatment procedures to Allied Health Sciences Military School faculty using AMEDD doctrine and current US Department of Transportation/National Traffic Safety Board standards for Emergency Medical Technician (EMT) training, certification and continuing education as the basis for training.

A. Duties
Supervises and directs assigned personnel in the development, implementation, assessment and revision of course material for use in EMT training and related subject matter incorporated into MNG Programs Of Instruction.
Serves as subject matter expert for medical skill development and sustainment programs for Allied Health Sciences Military School faculty development training and assessment.
Trains, coaches and assists the AHSMS staff in developing, implementing, and maintaining continuing education programs for instructors.
Coordinates with faculty development and emergency medical services trainers for implementation and integration of AHSMS medical instructor skill development, assessment and sustainment programs.
Assesses classroom instruction and practical exercises to ensure adherence to standards and appropriate application of instruction and performance assessment methodologies.
Supervises and directs development for medical instructor training programs, to include trainer rehearsals and reviews of lesson plans and materials for presentations.
Provides emergency medical services subject matter expert input for medical doctrine, curriculum, and training development.
Coordinates professional certification education and training requirements with faculty development trainers to ensure appropriate standards are incorporated into programs.
Manage, analyze, and evaluate the delivery of training sessions, to ensure organizational goals and objectives are met
Programs and plans integration for new training and development initiatives by analyzing needs in coordination with faculty development trainers
Coordinates execution for periodic medical instructor evaluations coupled with effective remedial programs as part of quality control process in coordination with faculty development and emergency medical services trainers.
Conduct research to provide information on emergency medical services provider skills and knowledge needed by staff and faculty personnel to achieve standards of acceptable performance.
Coordinates with the Manager, Medical Unit Training Branch and Chief Trainers for training assistance teams to obtain feedback based on training observations and ensure standardization of exportable medical training programs.
Participates in external training team activities and performs other tasks as required and directed.
Assists designated AHSMS course supervisors in performing coordination with other AHSMS staff, faculty elements and designated training and training support sites to support success for training efforts.

B. Independence: Performs under general supervision of the Manager, Allied Health Sciences Education Branch. Performs within broad objectives with significant choice of methods, frequently develops methods to achieve desired results.
C. Supervisory Responsibilities: Five (5) employees assigned to Staff and Faculty Development Section, HAD-AHSEB

Qualifications:
A. Education Level: Associate of Applied Sciences or higher-level education program for Emergency Medical Technicians (Paramedic). A combination of five (5) years technical training and experience is acceptable in lieu of formal education requirement. Current certification in accordance with US Department of Transportation National Traffic Safety Board standards as EMT-P (Paramedic). Current certifications in Basic Life Support (BLS) and Pre-hospital Life Support (PHTLS) or its equivalent are required; instructor certifications preferred. Certifications for Advanced Cardiac Life Support (ACLS), Advanced Medical Life Support (AMLS), and Pediatric Education for Pre-Hospital Professional (PEPP) or equivalent must be obtained within first 12 months of employment and maintained throughout employment..
B. Experience: Five (5) years experience as an EMT-Paramedic. At least two (2) years experience in providing emergency medical services –related instruction or training, to include assessing clinical skills.
C. Specific knowledge, skill, ability, requirements: Working knowledge of emergency medical services doctrine, training, and educational methods. Ability to effectively communicate orally and in writing. Computer literacy in MS Word-based programs is required. Must possess valid driver’s license.


NOTE: To be considered for this position please include, resume, ORB/ERB, DD 214 member copy 4 (if available) and copies of all current wallet size medical certification cards. If you do not have or your medical certifications have expired, you won’t be considered for this position.