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									EMS PROVIDER RESOURCES COORDINATOR CLASS PURPOSE To select and implement training, grant funding, and other programs to enhance or promote pre-hospital patient care activities; perform related work. PRINCIPAL ACCOUNTABILITIES Training and resource program administration. Typical responsibilities: reviews and evaluates EMS course curricula, textbooks, and other resource training material for implementation into EMS training courses; develops and maintains a training information system; identifies training needs through staff and provider surveys and assessments; writes and distributes grant guidelines and policies to prospective providers; instructs EMS regional consultants on grant criteria; assembles grant packets for review by advisory committee; supervises grant award notification process; monitors and approves grant expenditures; develops program promotional materials for volunteer units; identifies state-level retention incentives and makes recommendations to management for implementation; manages state-level retention programs and related local material distribution; conducts assessments of local EMS agencies; serves as liaison between bureau and EMS associations; drafts protocols for review and endorsement by management and/or appropriate committees or boards; provides training/orientation to regional consultants and other staff on new protocols; acts as a program liaison to local EMS agencies and other state and local entities. MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS Considerable knowledge of the national standard pre-hospital course curricula. Good knowledge of emergency medical service system components and operational design. Experience: planning and implementing a project; operating medical equipment used in the pre-hospital emergency setting; writing emergency medical service protocols, standard operating procedures, or other EMS specific technical writing.


								
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