EMT/A-EMT Instructor/Coordinator

Full-time position of EMT/A-EMT Instructor/Coordinator.

Application Deadline


Required Qualifications

Associate Degree from a regionally accredited institution and completion of an EMS Board approved Instructor’s course.
Currently licensed as a Tennessee EMT-Paramedic or registered nurse, without history of revocation, denial, or suspension of license.
Licensed emergency care experience shall include a minimum of two (2) years practice, preferably within the last five (5) years.
Minimum of one (1) year in EMS education administration.
Meet all requirements of the Tennessee Emergency Medical Services (EMS) Board and be knowledgeable of all current rules and regulations.
Evidence in instructional program management and supervision, teaching and curriculum building is desired.
Proficiency in communication skills.
Must be willing to remain current in the industry.
Willingness to establish and maintain positive relationships with affiliated clinical partners, business, and industry.
Ability to complete reports/paperwork and meet all deadlines.


Typical Duties and Responsibilities:
Teach and instruct post-secondary and dual-enrolled high school students through lecture, demonstrations, and/or audio-visual aids.
Curriculum preparation and updates, daily lesson planning, theory, clinical and practical instruction in all phases of the EMT/A-EMT program.
Prepare syllabi of courses of study with detailed lesson plans.
Develop clinical partnerships and collaborate with partners to schedule and supervise student training.
Monitor, grade, and evaluate student progress.
Source and request necessary instructional equipment and supplies for proper instruction.
Maintain appropriate student records and submit timely reports.
Maintain required completion, placement, and licensure rate pursuant to the Council on Occupational Education (COE) accreditation standards.
Maintain TN EMS Board requirements for first-time licensure pass rates.
Assist in program recruitment and assist certified graduates with placement opportunities.
Develop an active Occupational Advisory Committee comprised of professionals in the healthcare profession.
Ensure compliance with all TBR, institutional, state and federal requirements.


Use of computer
Normal standing, sitting, and walking
Must be physically able to lift up to 50 lb., stoop, stand and work, with or without accommodation, to demonstrate and perform all work-based projects.
Operating a motor vehicle to travel within the college service area and in other areas as needed.

Salary Range

Commensurate with education, experience and according to salary guidelines established by the Tennessee Board of Regents.