Per the NFA Contract, Article 10, TMCC is announcing to all eligible Academic and Administrative faculty that a need exists for a Clinical and Field Coordinator.
May 27, 2021
This Additional Assignment is contingent upon budget approval.
The EMS students are required by the National Registry and the State EMS office to participate in ride-along and clinical rotations. The continuation of this position will provide more direct supervision and accountability for students. Additionally, it will continue to provide opportunities for mentoring and support services as needed; assist in overcoming potential barriers to completion that may appear during the ride-along or clinical rotation; provide opportunities for course improvement via observation and direct contact with providers and students. Provide Direct support to our field providers and clinical sites (hospital) and enhance our relations with our regional partners in EMS training and education.
Scope of Work
This position will serve during the 2021–22 academic term. This position will start on July 1, 2021 and end on June 30, 2022 for 4.5 hours per week totaling 220 hours for the year.
Responsibilities and Deliverables
- Work with all of the agencies with whom we have contracts to make sure TMCC, students, and their needs are being met.
- Work directly with the students in each class to ensure they are signed up and ready for their clinical, ride-along, and or internship time.
- Will be working with the hospitals, prehospital services, and students to make their time more beneficial and educational in a supportive and collaborative environment.
- Will ensure that our students sign up for clinicals, follow their syllabi, submit their paperwork accurately and on time, and address any issues that may arise
- Work with the EMT and AEMT students on sign-ups for their Hospital rotations, field ride-along and the paperwork that is part of the process.
- Work with the EMT and AEMT students on sign-ups for their ride along and the paperwork that is part of that process.
- Work with the Paramedic students on sign-ups for their clinical rotations, field internship and all of the paperwork that is part of the process both online and offline.
- Conduct unannounced site visits to check on the EMS students at all of the clinical facilities and field providers that TMCC has contracts with.
- July–August: Coordinator will work with the summer EMT class on finishing their clinical rotations and work with the hospitals to prepare for the upcoming semesters classes.
- August–December: Work with the fall classes which include: EMT and Advanced EMT. The Clinical Coordinator will make sure all students are signed up and participating appropriately in the hospital and field setting, as well as, giving and receiving feedback to our field and clinical partners for program improvement and support of their services.
- December–June 30: Work with the spring classes which include: EMT, Advanced EMT, as well as the Full Time Paramedic academy. The Clinical Coordinator will make sure all students are signed up and participating appropriately in the hospital and field setting, as well as, giving and receiving feedback to our field and clinical partners for program improvement and support of their services. Meet with Academic Advising staff as requested at their monthly all-staff meeting to review program changes/updates and answer questions.
The Clinical and Field Coordinator must have a high school diploma or equivalent is required, Associate degree in EMS or related field highly preferred. At least 3 years’ experience as a Paramedic within an Organized Fire or EMS Municipality. A valid Nevada State Class B Driver’s License, and a Nevada State Paramedic certification.
The Clinical and Field Coordinator will receive $12,500 for July 2021 through June 30, 2022 (including fall, spring, and summer). This additional assignment is supported by a set dollar amount which cannot be directed towards release time. Paying a stipend is the only reasonable compensation.
The Director of Public Safety.
Interested faculty will submit a letter of interest describing special qualifications and background information as soon as possible or no later than 5:00 p.m. on June 14, 2021.
The letter should be addressed to Mike Schulz, Director of Public Safety. NOTE: Administrative faculty must include a documented plan for separation of the additional assignment work from regular work time.
The Life Sciences, Allied Health & Public Safety Division Dean will notify applicants of the hiring decision on or before June 25, 2021.