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BLS Instructor

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CPR Advantage


Posted On: 6/24/2013




Hours:

Part-Time, CPR Advantage is open 7 days a week, 8am-10pm

Description

CPR Advantage is a 10 year old San Diego training company that provides onsite and offsite First aid and CPR AED certification classes for both lay and professional rescuers. 
We are looking for an experienced American Heart Association BLS Instructor to assist with co-teaching our larger First Aid and CPR AED classes in both HeartSaver and Healthcare Provider disciplines. 

Qualifications

-Must have current BLS Instructor card and be in good standing with current Training Center.
-Must be able to provide references for recent classes taught within the last 3-6 months.
-Must have reliable transportation. 
-Must be able to provide at least 2-3 professional references.
-If you own any Laerdal Little Anne series manikins or any type of AED trainers, that's a plus!

Education Requirements

HS Diploma
BLS Instructor in "Good Standing" with current TC

Base Salary

USD

$20-$25/hr based on experience, with average class

Compensation

Pay starts at $20/hr but maybe more depending on experience.

Benefits

Independent Contractor position:
-same day pay available, email for details
-no payroll deductions, contracted instructor responsible for paying their own taxes
-no benefits offered.


CPR Training & Certification CPR Training & Certification

Contact Information

Nathan Kohen Phone Number: 858-337-7408 Email: nathan@cpradvantage.net
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