Adjunct Faculty – EMS

first_imgDescription/Job SummaryThe emergency medical technician instructor is responsible for:The course instructionAny interim or additional emergency medical technicianinstructors assisting with the courseRequired QualificationsMinimum QualificationsBe 21 years or olderHave a high school diploma or general education diploma (GED)verified by the sponsoring agencyHave 3 years experience in the emergency servicesPossess the ability to perform all tasks required for theteachingIs currently certified as an MICRB Level II emergency servicesinstructor who has successfully:Completed at least 12 hours of an emergency medical technicianinstructor skills development courseHas at least 3 consecutive years of experience as an emergencymedical technician or higherMaintains a Maryland EMS certification or licensed as anemergency medical technician or higherHas current knowledge of the Maryland Medical Protocols forEmergency Medical Services Providers*Please upload license or certifications under ‘Other Documents’*last_img read more

The Latest: Smith back with Orioles after positive test

first_imgSmith hit .241 with 13 homers and 53 RBIs in 101 games for Baltimore last year. He is expected to be a starter for the rebuilding Orioles, who are coming off two straight 100-loss seasons.___Edmonton Oilers defenseman Caleb Jones says he tested positive for the coronavirus before training camp.Jones said Friday he tested positive when he returned to Edmonton from his home in Dallas. He says he was asymptomatic.The NHL is not releasing the names of players who test positive for the virus, and the league also is no longer revealing which teams players who test positive play for. Smith hopes to be ready to play in Baltimore’s opener at Boston on July 24.“I feel great now,” Smith said on a Zoom call Saturday.Outfielder Anthony Santander also missed the start of camp because of a positive test. He reported on Tuesday.Smith tested positive when camp opened early this month — a result that caught him by surprise.“It was kind of alarming because I really didn’t have symptoms. I didn’t lose taste or smell,” he said. “I felt normal and everybody around me, my family, was fine.” Associated Press July 18, 2020 Share This StoryFacebookTwitteremailPrintLinkedinRedditThe Latest on the effects of the coronavirus pandemic on sports around the world:___Outfielder Dwight Smith Jr. has rejoined the Baltimore Orioles after missing the start of summer camp following a positive test for the coronavirus.center_img The Latest: Smith back with Orioles after positive test The 23-year-old Jones became the second NHL player to acknowledge a positive test in a media interview. Maple Leafs center Auston Matthews also revealed his positive test.Jones said he completed his 14 days of isolation before camp started, but was held out of main sessions for the first three days as he tried to get himself back up to speed.He said he revealed his positive test “to set the record straight.”“It’s obviously a very weird disease, a weird time in the world right now,” Jones said. “Some people get really affected by it and it can be deadly and other people would never know they had it and I was maybe lucky enough to be in that group. If I had never gotten tested, I would have never realized I had it.”___ More AP sports: https://apnews.com/apf-sports and https://twitter.com/AP_Sportslast_img read more