Hiring Range: Salary and rank commensurate with experience and education.
General Information: Adjunct faculty teaching is limited to a maximum of 8 credit hours in the summer semester, 12 credit hours in the fall semester, and 12 credit hours in the spring semester. These limits are for total number of credit hours taught in the Virginia’s Community Colleges (VCCS). Additional restrictions may apply depending upon other positions occupied within VCCS.
Please note that there may not currently be an opening in this area and that the division office will contact you should an opening occur.
Responsibilities: The Division of Health Sciences at John Tyler Community College augments full-time teaching faculty with qualified part-time instructors to enhance the student learning process. The Emergency Services (EMS) Education Adjunct Faculty position is responsible for teaching lecture and practical courses in the EMS program to include EMT Basic, EMT-Intermediate, EMT-Paramedic, RN to Paramedic, Intermediate to Paramedic Bridge, AHA CPR and First Aid courses. The EMS Adjunct faculty will also carry out all other department and college related responsibilities including participation on college committees. Teaching responsibilities may occur on either the Chester or Midlothian campus of the college, or in the Nursing Education Center on Midlothian Turnpike. Successful completion and passing of a criminal background check is required.
Qualifications: Required Qualifications: Virginia state and nationally certified EMT-Paramedic. Virginia State EMS Education Coordinator certification also required, as well as a minimum of 2 years of recent EMS/Paramedic and teaching experience. Excellent interpersonal and communications skills. Preferred Qualifications: Associate or Bachelor’s degree in Health Care or Emergency Medical Services-related field from a regionally accredited institution of higher learning; AHA BLS instructor certification; ACLS, PALS, PHTLS, EPC, and AMLS-Instructor certifications. The ability to use instructional technologies.