Salary: $28 to $35 / hour, depending on expereince Work Hours: maximum of 29 per week.
- At least two years’ experience in the area of program responsibilities (CPR, First Aid, ACLS, PALS)
- Knowledge of general office practices and procedures; business English, spelling and basic arithmetic, PC computer applications and ability to type 35 wpm with accuracy
- At least two years’ experience in managing people
- Ability to communicate clearly in face-to-face and telephone interactions
- Ability to work effectively as a team member and interact appropriately with co-workers and customers
Knowledge and Abilities Requirements
- Knowledge of current office and business practices
- Knowledge of Microsoft Office suite products and other common computer hardware and software; Excel and Word
- Ability to develop and learn new systems for streamlining of functions
- Ability to work effectively as a member of a team
- Extensive knowledge and expertise in American Heart Association practices, guidelines, and program specific areas (Program Administrative Manual- PAM and Atlas- AHA’s online platform)
- Well organized
- Ability to analyze and perform problem solving
- Works with students and instructors in assuring high quality of training
- Develops and maintains relationships with outside agencies and organizations with which Fire District 5 (FD5) is a partner in its mission
- Stays current in all areas of program responsibility in terms of new trends and practices and keeps instructors updated
- Develops and maintains systems and procedures within FD5 policies and guidelines
- Prepares reports, monitors program successes, makes necessary adjustments for maximum program efficiency and success
- Makes recommendations to management on new program ideas
- Monitors program compliance with AHA regulations, guidelines, and rules
- Monitor program revenues and expenses and assure expenses do not exceed revenues
- Works through complex problems associated with AHA programs
- Update/ maintain program course information on the website
- Become familiar and use Workday software
- Review and approve payroll time
- Organizational planning and development
- Program development and evaluation
- Monitor aligned and internal instructors
- Promote and advertise FD5 and its classes
- Other duties as assigned
Work Environment and Physical Demands
Work is performed primarily in an office setting. Moderate level of walking, standing, bending, and carrying of light-weight items will be required.
Essential duties include walking, talking, driving, stamina, seeing, reading, speaking, handwriting, hearing and typing.
Operating a motor vehicle may also be required.
- Reports to the District Administrator
- Will work with clerical staff that are pertinent to the American Heart Association (AHA) programs
- Receives limited to moderate direction from supervisor on duties; makes decisions in a variety of subjects related to program areas
- Develops processes and systems within AHA programs
- Knowledgeable specific to AHA programs; familiarity with other public education classes offered
For consideration, please email your resume, list of potential references and a cover letter with relevant experience, and your reason for interest to: Riza.Russum@ccfd5.org until position is filled.
We are most interested in finding the best candidate for the job, and that candidate may be one who comes from a less traditional background. If you enjoy being part of a collaborative team, building relationships, and making a difference, we encourage you to apply!
Clark County Fire District 5 is an equal opportunity employer. For more information about us, please visit: www.ccfd5.org