To provide clinical and didactic education to residents and medical students, support for departmental activities and requests made by the Chair of Emergency Medicine. To meet clinical obligation by agreement with assigned clinical site.
MD or DO with completion of an Emergency Medicine (EM) residency and eligible for Ohio license. Instructor candidates must be EM board prepared. Assistant Professor candidates must be EM board certified. Associate Professor candidates must be EM board certified and have 5 years of Emergency Medicine experience.
Board Certification in EMS Subspecialty
Essential Functions and percent of time::
Under the direction of the Chair, in addition to required Department faculty clinical and teaching responsibilities, the EMS/Disaster Medicine Director will organize and implement mechanisms for emergency medicine resident EMS, emergency preparedness and disaster management experience. These duties include: Establishment of clinical experience—ground unit runs with direct medical oversight and participation in multi-casualty incident drills. Development/maintenance of core educational goals and objectives to include extrication course, base station course, and EMS community leadership opportunities. (50%)
Typical office environment, limited stairs, no extreme temperatures. Emergency Department setting—may encounter hazardous materials, some stairs. Work week = 40 hours. Job location is at the Cox Institute in Kettering, Ohio
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