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  • 02/14/2019 9:22 PM | Mary Napier (Administrator)

    The Instructor will be responsible for the instruction and management of assigned classes and will maintain professionalism within their specialized field, including currency and required certifications.  This position will coordinate their course load with the lead instructor. The Instructor may work up to 19.5 hours per week. Hours are not guaranteed.

    For details on this job, click here.

  • 02/14/2019 9:18 PM | Mary Napier (Administrator)

    The Lake Ozark Fire Protection District is seeking Firefighter/Paramedic candidates to take part in our employment testing process on 03/23/19 in Camdenton, Missouri.  This process will create an eligibility list for 1 year.  We currently have 3- Firefighter/Paramedic openings initially to be filled from this process.  Complete employment details are located at the following link http://lofpd.com/pdfs/TSRFA_Application_Packet_2019.pdf

    Please feel free to contact the District offices if you have any questions at 573-365-3380.

    See the full job description here.

    The Lake Ozark Fire Protection District is located in central Missouri. The district is comprised of suburban/rural area and has a resident full-time population around 7,000 residents. During the summer months in season, the population of the district can swell to over 60,000 people with the influx of tourists.

    The Fire District is a full-service Advanced Life Support Fire/Rescue agency operating out of 3 stations and a training center.   The District maintains a fleet of apparatus that includes ambulances, engines, ladders, tankers, heavy rescue, brush trucks, fire/rescue boats, and support vehicles. Our firefighters are represented by the International Association of Fire Fighters Local 3987.

    The district’s primary response area is 42 square miles with 17 miles of lakefront waterway and 5 miles of the Osage river.   In 2018, the fire district responded to over 1300 calls for service. Our incident responses include EMS, Fires, Auto Accidents, Boating Accidents, Technical Rescue and Haz Mat incidents.   We face numerous response challenges that are unique to our jurisdiction. Our waterfront properties are well developed with many structures, both residential and commercial. Many of our hotels and resorts present unique response challenges. 

    We have automatic and mutual aid agreements with twelve (12) neighboring fire districts and four (4) EMS services. This increases our mutual aid response area to 1,247 miles and a population of 80,000. Like our district, the surrounding districts total population can grow from 80,000 to over 200,000 in the summer.

  • 12/26/2018 8:40 AM | Mary Napier (Administrator)

    The City of Overland Park has a full-time Fire Program Analyst position available in the Fire Department. Responsibilities: Develops, researches, prepares, and presents reports; performs map creation and GIS data analysis, provides timely and relevant information on patterns and trends, assists operational and administrative personnel in planning the deployment of resources for the prevention and suppression of fire and emergency medical services incidents; conduct policy research and analysis to help ensure responsiveness to emerging issues; provides complex support to the Risk Management Officer and occasionally to other fire department managers and the Fire Chief. Under direction, to lead and manage the development of fire department data analytics strategy and to provide statistical analysis, research, evaluation and planning related to fire department administration and operations programs. Research and develop outcome-based performance management metrics that communicate the progress on fire department goals and priorities, and to coordinate these efforts with other city departments and teams, and community partners. Actively participate in establishing continuous quality improvement processes and assist the department in fire service accreditation management.

    Requirements: Bachelor’s degree in the following field(s) of study: Statistics, Computer Science, Economics, Public Administration, Business Administration or related field preferred. Two years experience in analyzing data and developing charts, graphs, and reports. Computer skills in Microsoft Office Suite, WEB-based information sharing, database mining, graphics, and Geographic Information Systems (ArcView/ArcGIS preferred), are preferred. Experience using Business Intelligence specific software is preferred. No City residency requirement. Must successfully pass a background check, drug screen, and physical exam. 8:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m., Mon.-Fri. $4,422-$5,527/month. Open until filled. Apply online, attach a resume, cover letter and view your online application at www.opkansas.org. If unable to apply online, visit the HR Office between 1:00 p.m.-4:00 p.m., M-F.

    City of Overland Park
    Human Resources Dept.
    8500 Santa Fe Drive
    Overland Park, KS 66212
    EO/M/F/D/V

  • 12/26/2018 8:37 AM | Mary Napier (Administrator)

    LifeFlight Eagle strongly prefers candidates with 2 years ambulance experience, 911 or Ground Critical Care Transport

    The required certifications for a Transport EMT are:

    • Missouri & Kansas EMT-B or Higher
    • National Registry certification (preferred)
    • BLS
    • PHTLS or ITLS (must obtain within one year)
    • EVOC/CEVO certification
    • NIMS 100, 200 & 300
    • Hazardous Material Awareness
    • State Driver's License (in good standing)

    All applicants must pass a background check, pre-hire fit-for-duty test, and all employees must pass annual fit-for-duty testing. LifeFlight Eagle is a drug-free environment.

    To apply, send your CV/resume, cover letter, and documentation of certifications and licensure to: Chuck Palmer, Base Manager – Operational Resources, at cpalmer@lifeflighteagle.org.

    LifeFlight Eagle is an Equal Opportunity Employer

  • 12/03/2018 11:33 AM | Mary Napier (Administrator)

    EMS Education in the Department of Emergency Medicine at the UMKC School of Medicine is a CAAHEP-accredited program providing initial education for Emergency Medical Technicians and Paramedics. The program also provides BLS, ACLS, and PALS training to students, residents, faculty, and the community. Currently, the program is seeking qualified candidates to fill the following positions:

    LEAD LAB INSTRUCTOR

    Lead lab instructor for the Paramedic skills lab sessions that are held each Friday when the program is in session. In addition to a teaching and evaluation role, this position coordinates the activities of other instructors and guides the activities of each lab session. Opportunities to instruct in BLS, ACLS, and EMT labs are also available. Consistent availability on Fridays during business hours is required. This position is a part-time, non-benefits eligible adjunct instructor appointment that may be renewed annually. Candidates must possess the following qualifications for consideration: Missouri Paramedic license (National Registry certification is preferred); completion of a 40-hour DOT EMS Instructor course; current instructor certifications in BLS and ACLS (PALS preferred).

    LAB INSTRUCTORS

    Lab instructors to teach skills labs and facilitate simulations in the EMT and Paramedic programs, as well as BLS, ACLS, and PALS courses as qualified. This position is a part-time, non-benefits eligible adjunct instructor appointment that may be renewed annually. Candidates for these positions will be licensed in the State of Missouri as a Paramedic (National Registry certification preferred), or Registered Nurse with prehospital or Emergency Department experience. Certification as a provider in BLS and ACLS is required. Instructor certifications in BLS and ACLS are preferred, and the program will provide instructor training to candidates who are otherwise highly qualified.

    To apply, go to https://info.umkc.edu/hr/careers/academic-positions/. Click on the View Jobs button, and search 23301. Click on the Adjunct Instructor – Continuous Posting position. For questions or more information, contact the program at 816-235-5355 or email ems@umkc.edu. To learn more about us, visit our website at http://med.umkc.edu/ems.

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