provide Special Operations Forces (SOF) Medical Instruction and Instructional Writing Support Services. The Advanced Medical Instructor (AMI) will provide basic and advanced medical instruction curriculum course development and program-of-instruction (POI) recommendations.
Minimum Requirements and Responsibilities:
· Serve as primary teaching staff in eight (8) concurrently run medical curriculum courses. Serve as the Subject Matter Expert (SME) for technical accuracy and quality of subject matter presentations in the Special Forces Medical Sergeant (SFMS) and Special Operations Combat Medic (SOCM) courses. Serve as Assistant Instructor (AI) in classes where they do not have primary teaching responsibilities
· Perform duties of AI and technical consultant, and advisor during surgical blocks of instruction and demonstration
· Perform as technical consultant and advisor for content and quality of all presentations
· Coordinate classes and prepare lesson plans, to include developing and implementing practical exercises and learning activities
· Use teaching methods for large group classroom instruction, small group instruction, and hands-on training
· Assemble and maintain all materials including lesson plans, visitor’s folder, etc.
· Assist in the recommendation and evaluation of new or emerging medical technology field
· Serve as informal cadre and student mentors
· Sit as medical technical consultant and advisor on review boards, and as a consultant to the course directors and academic panels
· Medical/Physician Assistant-Certified (PA-C)/Advanced Nursing License
· Must be a graduate of a World Health Organization accredited medical school or American Medical Association/American Academy of Physician Assistants accredited Physician Assistant program or Certified Registered Nurse Anesthetist (CRNA)
· Must have passed the United States Medical Licensing Examination or National Committee on the Certification of Physician Assistants certification test or equivalent nursing licensure exam.
· One (1) year of experience as a member of a United States Special Operations Command (USSOCOM) deployable special operations unit or at least one (1) year of experience as an instructor in a USSOCOM medical pipeline course.