Kenya Red Cross – Lecturer – Emergency Medical Paramedic Science & Emergency Medical Technician (Nairobi).

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Position Title:             

Lecturer – Emergency Medical Paramedic Science & Emergency Medical Technician

Reporting to:              

Training and Capacity Building Coordinator

Job Location:              

Nairobi

 

PURPOSE:

The position holder will contribute to the development and delivery of academic provision in in Paramedic Science/Emergency Medical Technician and related disciplines including associated academic operational responsibilities as required ensuring an excellent student experience. Further, He/she will support the development and implementation of the Institute strategic initiatives. He/she will participate in research, knowledge exchange and public engagement to enhance the reputation of the Institute.

KEY RESPONSIBILITIES

  • To participate with other faculty in the development of teaching, learning and assessment strategies
  • To contribute to student support in administrative guidance and counselling roles
  • To represent both the paramedic course and the institute in student recruitment activities, including participation in marketing activities
  • To enhance the institute’s ability to engage with industrial and external partner contacts through effective networking to build relationships for future activities.
  • To pursue research activities which enhance the external revenue of the Institute and to deliver various forms of consultancy and other services as determined by the Strategic direction of the Institute
  • To maintain and develop areas of expertise (curriculum review and development) for the growth of the department and the institute
  • To undertake both general Health & Safety responsibilities in accordance with the Health & Safety Policy and in addition, to provide such supervision as is necessary to ensure the health and safety of the students
  • To lecture in all disciplines related to emergency services, pre and post hospital care, humanitarian Assistance and Disaster Management
  • To undertake other such responsibilities as may be required from time to time

Minimum Qualifications and Experience 

  • A University Degree in Paramedicine, Nursing, Clinical Medicine, Bachelor of Medicine/Surgery
  • 3 years of professional teaching experience
  • AHA/BLS/ACLS/EMT/PHTLS trainer certification is an added advantage
  • Demonstrated attention to detail, ability to follow procedures, meet deadlines and work independently and cooperatively with team members;
  • Knowledge of Sphere standards and other training in humanitarian response preferred.

Key Competencies

  • Knowledge of Emergency Medical Services Instructor training
  • Excellent communication skills
  • Proven skills on proposal development
  • Extensive knowledge on Research and Development
  • Good interpersonal skills
  • Ethical and honest
  • Team Player
  • Proficient in Computer applications

Application Procedure

Interested candidates who meet the above qualifications should apply strictly through https://www.redcross.or.ke/Careers so as to reach us not later than 23rd July 2021

Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.

Job disclaimer and notification: Kenya Red Cross Society is an equal opportunity employer and does not charge / accept any amount or security deposit from job seekers during the selection process or while inviting candidates for an interview.

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