CPR/AquaEd Instructor - Student Service (West Lafayette, IN, US)
West Lafayette, IN - Sep 02, 2022
Job Summary First Aid/CPR/AED Certification Instructors and/or Aquatic Education Certification Instructors are responsible for teaching CPR and/or aquatic education certification classes through the American Red Cross for Purdue University.
This can - depending on the certifications that you possess - include CPR for the Professional Rescuer, Blood borne Pathogens Training, Lifeguard Training, Lifeguard Review, Lifeguard Instructor Training, and Water Safety Instructor courses.
Level of instructor training will be consistent with classes taught.
Essential Functions: Teaching and Instruction Aquatic Safety Education Risk Safety Education Course Development Emergency Preparedness Required Qualifications: All CPR/Aquatic Education Certification Instructors must possess at least one of the following certifications in order to be considered for employment, and must maintain all standards to remain in good standing for employment.
First Aid/CPR/AED: Valid American Red Cross First Aid/CPR/AED Instructor Certification and CPR/AED & First Aid certification (any level is acceptable) from one the following organizations: American Red Cross, American Heart Association, or National Safety Council.
Lifeguard Instructor: Valid American Red Cross Lifeguard Instructor, Lifeguard Training/First Aid, and CPR for the Professional Rescuer certifications Lifeguard Instructor Trainer: Valid American Red Cross Lifeguard Instructor Trainer, Lifeguard Instructor, Lifeguard Training/First Aid and CPR for the Professional Rescuer certifications Water Safety Instructor Trainer: Valid American Red Cross Water Safety Instructor Trainer and Water Safety Instructor certifications Core Competencies Responsibilities & Transferrable Skill Development: Students employed in this role will develop and demonstrate a number of transferable skills essential for future employment success. Key skills and responsibilities associated with this position include: Cognitive Reasoning: Prepare lesson plan for each class session ahead of time Follow the prescribed American Red Cross curriculum for the course being taught Conduct classes within the policies, procedures, and philosophy of Recreation & Wellness Maintain all required certifications and participate in job performance reviews Independence/Interdependence: Provide a safe learning environment for both youth and adult participants Ensure the safety of all participants Be prepared by having equipment ready and “Class in Session” sign displayed prior to class time Control on-site equipment inventory Attend all required staff meetings/trainings Communication: Communicate effectively and efficiently with the Assistant Director, co-workers, professional staff, participants, and parents/guardians Act as a resource for participants by being knowledgeable on other programs and services Leadership: Be responsible, enthusiastic, friendly, outgoing, creative, and mature Act as an ambassador of the Aquatic Education Program and Recreation & Wellness by being professional, visible, and friendly Act as a resource to Recreation & Wellness by obtaining participant feedback and providing input on programs and services Appreciation of Differences: Provide a safe, friendly, and inclusive learning environment.
Ensure no participant feels inhibited or out of place Enjoy working with youth and adults Compensation Data Starting Pay Rate: $10.50/hour Job Family Non StaffJob Sub Family Undergraduate StudentsEmployee Class StudentCareer Stream Undergraduate 3Benefits Eligibility NOEducation 0Experience 0FLSA Status Non-Exempt