First Five is Chicagoland’s premier emergency medical training center. Our students are taught by professional instructors that have been in the emergency medical field for years. “Professionals Training Professionals” is our motto and business platform. We believe that by having instructors that have been there and done that, we can provide superior training. Whether you are looking to start a career in EMS, to brush up on your skills, or train your employees, we can offer you the training at your place or ours.

First Five is Chicagoland’s premier emergency medical training center. Our students are taught by professional intructors that have been in the emergency medical field for years. “Professionals Training Professionals” is our motto and business platform. We beleive that by having instructors that have been there and done that, we can provide superior training. Weither you are looking to start a career in EMS, to brush up on your skills, or train your employees, we can offer you the training at your place or ours.

Emergency Medical Technician - Lead Instructor

Job Description– Emergency Medical Technician Lead Instructor

Description: The Lead Instructor position provides instruction to Emergency Medical Technician
students. Instructor should be knowledgeable in a vast number of topics including Cardio Pulmonary
Resuscitation, EMS Roles and Responsibilities, Legal Issues, documentation, anatomy/physiology,
body systems.

Responsibilities:
• Prepares lesson plans and schedule.
• Prepares and conducts lectures.
• Delegates duties and responsibilities to other staff members.
• Administers quizzes and exams.
• Documents student/staff attendance.
• Completes log book entry.
• Ensures safety of students and other staff members.

Minimum Requirements:
• Current American Heart Association CPR Instructor.
• Current Illinois Paramedic and/or Registered Nurse.
• Good Standing with your Resource Hospital.
• 5 years of prehospital/clinical care experience.
• Current EMS Lead Instructor I license issued by IDPH.

Emergency Medical Technician - Assistant Lead Instructor

Job Description: Emergency Medical Technician Assistant Lead
Instructor

Description: The Assistant Lead Instructor position provides instruction to Emergency Medical
Technician students. Instructor should be knowledgeable in a vast number of topics including Cardio
Pulmonary Resuscitation, EMS Roles and Responsibilities, Legal Issues, documentation, anatomy/
physiology, body systems.

Responsibilities:
• Acts as Lead Instructor when Lead is absent.
• Prepares and conducts lectures.
• Practical setup.
• Administers quizzes and exams.
• Documents student/staff attendance.
• Completes log book entry.
• Ensures safety of students and other staff members.

Minimum Requirements:
• Current Illinois Registered Nurse, Paramedic, and/or EMT
• Good Standing with your Resource Hospital.
• 5 years of prehospital/clinical care experience.

Emergency Medical Technician - Rookie

Job Description: Emergency Medical Technician Rookie

Description: The Rookie position provides mentoring to Emergency Medical Technician students.
Rookie should be knowledgeable in a vast number of topics including Cardio Pulmonary Resuscitation,
EMS Roles and Responsibilities, Legal Issues, documentation, anatomy/physiology, body systems.

Responsibilities:
• Assists Lead and Assistant Instructors where needed.
• Helps to setup and complete practicals.
• Knowledgable of practical exams and medical devices.
• Disinfects medical equipment and ensures proper working order.
• Organizes equipment and properly secures medical props.
• Ensures safety of students and other staff members.

Minimum Requirements:
• Current American Heart Association CPR Instructor.
• Current Illinois Emergency Medical Technician.
• Good Standing with your Resource Hospital.
• 2 years of prehospital/clinical care experience.

Emergency Medical Technician - Director of Training/Course Coordinator

Job Description: Emergency Medical Technician
Director of Training/Course Coordinator

Description: The Director of Training/Course Coordinator provides support and logistics to the Lead
Instructor, Assistant Instructor, and the Rookie. The Director/ Coordinator should be knowledgable in
a vast number of topics including Cardio Pulmonary Resuscitation, EMS Roles and Responsibilities,
Legal Issues, documentation, anatomy/physiology, body systems.

Responsibilities:
• Prepares lesson plans and syllabus.
• Scheduling of classes and outline.
• Prepares and conducts lectures.
• Designs quizzes and exams.
• Day to Day operations.
• Quality control and evaluations.
• Payroll, invoices, finances.
• Student/staff record keeping.
• Delegates duties and responsibilities to other staff members.
• Documents student/staff attendance.
• Completes log book entry.
• Ensures overall safety of students and staff members.

Minimum Requirements:
• Current American Heart Association CPR Instructor.
• Current Illinois Paramedic and/or Registered Nurse.
• Good Standing with your Resource Hospital.
• 20 years of prehospital/clinical care experience.
• Current EMS Lead Instructor I license issued by IDPH.

Contact

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