|Date Posted||April 29, 2021|
|Category|| Other |
|Job Type|| Full-Time |
|Local Hires Only?||Yes, Only Locals Apply|
|Street Address||11500 N Ambassador Dr.|
This position presents formal education and training classes to all students assigned to the designated program. Classes will consist of both theory and practical laboratory applications. This position is responsible for creating and sustaining an environment of academic and professional excellence as well as contributing directly to an environment of student/instructor satisfaction and academic excellence.
1. Organize an outline of practical and technical instruction, including demonstrations of skills required in the profession and lectures (discussions) on theory, techniques and terminology.
2. Synthesize the daily outline and instructional delivery in a competent, concise and rational format utilizing teaching methodologies, which enhance student cognition, understanding, competency and increased student knowledge.
3. Assess and evaluate achievement of students in technical knowledge, professional skills and activities in the classroom.
4. Initiate motivation practices and appraisals to affirm the student-learning processes.
5. Instruct students in person-social skills and profession-related behaviors.’
6. Develop profession-stimulated opportunities that provide students experience in performing tasks of increasing difficulty and that cultivate work values such as self-improvement and continual learning, integrity, independence, dependability, accountability, productivity and achievement.
7. Present and follow class syllabus itemizing course description, objectives and evaluation criteria.
8. Prepare lessons and produce materials, (i.e., audio-visuals) to aid student-learning competency.
9. Administer examinations and/or learning instruments as assigned in the curriculum of the course.
10. Adhere, address, advise and communicate Pinnacle Career Institute policies and procedures with students and ensure compliance.
11. Document, maintain and administer all required grades, attendance records, advisory reports, and attendance/academic plans as required by the Director of Education.
12. Maintain physical quality of the classroom.
13. Participate in a professional growth program to enhance career growth.
14. Maintain a professional appearance, posture and demeanor.
15. Attend faculty, administrative, campus meetings and graduation as required.
16. Perform other duties as assigned by the Medical Program Coordinator, Director of Education and/or Executive Director.
Directly: Director of Education
1. Candidates must have at least 3 years’ experience in the field
2. Competent Climber/Rescuer certification
3. OSHA 30 certification
4. CPR/First Aid certification
5. ENSA or comparable certification
6. Graduate of at-height training program or at least one year of field experience
7. Candidates must demonstrate a thorough knowledge of program learning objectives.
8. Must possess excellent computer, presentation, and written/verbal communication skills.