Location: Bowling Green, KY Category: Staff Posted On: Wed Apr 28 2021 Job Description:
South Central KY AHEC:
The South Central Kentucky AHEC, housed within the College of Health and Human Services (CHHS) at WKU, is dedicated to promoting healthy communities through an educational pipeline. AHEC works with students, health professionals, and communities to provide resources and programs that lead to healthier communities. The South Central KY AHEC is one of 8 AHEC centers in Kentucky and is part of the National AHEC Organization. This position is revenue dependent. Continuation is dependent upon funding/need.
The Coordinator, CPR Training is responsible for executing a broad range of administrative, planning, and operational activities surrounding the Training Center. This includes monitoring and training new CPR instructors; maintaining records for all CPR instructors aligned with the TC; initiating invoices and track all revenue; teaching CPR and first aid classes to the WKU and surrounding community; expanding community courses; and maintaining the TC materials and equipment.
Primary Duties and Responsibilities:
The following duties are customary for this position, but are not to be construed as all-inclusive. Duties may be added, deleted, and assigned based on management discretion and institution and regional needs.
Maintain records of all AHA instructors aligned with the TC.
Initiate and track invoices.
Utilize various financial tracking software including Quicken.
Provide assistant to community instructors aligned with the TC through prompt response to emails and phone calls.
Teach AHA BLS and Heart Saver classes to the WKU and surrounding communities.
Train new CPR instructors in Heart Saver and Basic Life Support.
Foster partnerships with community organizations, businesses, schools, universities, and healthcare facilities to provide CPR training.
Maintain the CPR Training Center website.
Assist with AHEC and CHHS projects, assignments, and tasks.
Knowledge and Skills Considered Essential for Success:
Ability to perform both on a team and independently.
Detail orientated, self-starter.
Have good communication, interpersonal, and public speaking skills.
Familiarity with community resources.
Ability to multi-task and be flexible.
Proficient in Microsoft Office including Word and Excel.
Driving is an integral part of this position. Applicant must have a current driver's license with a good driving record consistent with the WKU Policies regarding employee drivers.
American Heart Association (AHA) Basic Life Support (BLS) instructor, minimum
Kentucky state law requires all public institutions of postsecondary education to conduct pre-employment criminal background checks to determine suitability for employment.
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