Website City of Fremont
The Clinical Nurse Paramedic Educator is responsible for providing continuing education and quality improvement to the Fire Department’s Emergency Medical Services (EMS) personnel and assisting in the management of the narcotics program. The Clinical Nurse Educator (CNE) will guide and instruct Paramedics and Emergency Medical Technicians; and assist the Deputy Chief in maintaining internal and external Emergency Preparedness Programs. This is a management position reporting to the Deputy Chief assigned to EMS in the Fire Department.
- Ensures compliance with Alameda County EMS Agency policies and California State EMS regulations.
- Serves as the Department Infection Control Officer (DICO).
- Manages public health programs and partnerships.
- Collaborates with the Deputy Chief of EMS and other team members in developing educational programs.
- Assists in the maintenance and management of the Department’s controlled substance medication program.
- Ensures that all certified personnel remain current in the professional, legal, and ethical standards of the position.
- Conducts patient care EMS data analysis.
- Works in close collaboration with the Deputy Chief assigned to EMS to develop and implement consistent standards and practices in emergency medical operations across the department.
- Ensures compliance with OSHA, Cal-OSHA and all EMS-related regulations.
- Coordinates investigations of EMS-related complaints and unusual occurrences.
- Use and maintenance of medical equipment and instruments
- Prepare concise narrative and statistical reports using word processing, database, electronic presentation program (PowerPoint), and spreadsheet technologies
- Planning, development, and implementation of comprehensive and effective EMT-P, EMT-I and EMD training programs
- Develop and teach theoretical and practical courses in emergency medical services
- Develop and maintain effective working relationships with other staff, agencies, service providers, institutions, and private practitioners;
- Understand, explain, and comply with laws, rules, regulations, and professional practices governing emergency medical service provision
- Legal and ethical guidelines related to the practice and administration of EMS programs
- Health promotion and disease prevention
- Advanced principles and practices in specialty areas; current nursing and related medical theory and skills necessary to administer care
- Fire Service based emergency medical programs, training methodology, and techniques
Company: City of Fremont
Vacancy Type: Full Time
Job Location: Fremont, NE, US
Application Deadline: N/A