Position: Pro Re Nata (PRN) Experiential Education (EX-ED) Instructor

Classification: Part-time / As Needed

Reports to: Associate Dean of Pre-Hospital Education

Location: Bozeman, MT

Pay: Depends on Experience (DOE)

About you and the role:

As a PRN EX-ED Instructor, you will be a highly motivated and experienced Emergency Care Provider (ECP) who has at least five (5) years of experience in lecturing. You should be currently licensed as a ECP, experience navigating the arena of medical accreditation, and be able to articulate expectations to students while taking direction from senior instructors.

Work Schedule:

Part-time as needed

Daytime, nighttime, and weekend availability required

What you will do:

Core Responsibilities

  • Skills Instruction
    • Setup skills stations, proctor, and cleanup for initial courses and refreshers.
  • Maintain Latest Skills Knowledge
    • Prepare prior to arrival at work to have the most accurate information
  • Maintain Lesson Plans
    • Ensure current medical accuracy of all lesson plans.

Regular Job Duties

  • Maintain communication with Associate Dean of Pre-Hospital Education for availability
  • Be available on short notice to provide course instruction
  • Provide quality instruction to students on a variety of topics
  • Assist with the collection and filing of all post-instruction feedback
  • Occasional travel, as available

Basic Qualifications:

  • At least 1+ year of pre-hospital experience
  • Graduate of Best Practice Medicine (BPM) program

Preferred Qualifications:

  • 5+ years of experience in a busy service
  • Experience providing instruction at the collegiate level or in an adult learning environment
  • Management experience in an education environment

Working Conditions:

The work environment characteristics described here are representative of those an employee encounters while performing the essential functions of this job.

Occasionally: Adverse weather conditions.

Constantly: Climate-controlled environments

Physical Requirements:

Frequently: This position will require sitting for long periods of time, walking, standing, and bending, as well as using fine motor skills, such as finger dexterity for typing.

Occasionally: Must be able to carry and lift items weighing up to 75 pounds.

Cognitive/Psychosocial/Mental Requirements:

Occasionally: Analyzing, judgment.

Frequently: Memorization, perception/computation, problem solving, simple and complex math skills, reasoning. Must be able to speak clearly in small group settings.

Constantly: Ability to follow simple and complex written and verbal instructions. Ability to read, speak, and understand English.

Stress Factors:

Occasionally: Fatigue, intense tasks

Frequently: Repetitive tasks, high pressure.

Equipment Operated:

Constantly: Computer, cell phone, presentation equipment, and other electronic devices

Frequently: Operate NMC, and other vehicles

Please note this job description is not designed to cover or contain a comprehensive listing of activities, duties or responsibilities that are required of the employee for this job. Duties, responsibilities and activities may change at any time with or without notice.

About Best Practice Medicine

We do three things:

  1. Operate the world's largest and only accredited mobile high fidelity simulation team.
  2. Educate and train EMS providers, newbies, and veterans.
  3. Provide novel EMS based clinical staffing solutions in austere environments.

We were founded by a small team of clinicians in 2015 who were tired of seeing good caregivers make bad decisions every day that harmed people simply because they lacked access to realistic, meaningful, timely education in current best practices.


Guarantee the health and safety of clinicians and their patients in time-sensitive decisions, especially high risk, low frequency, non-discretionary time emergencies.

Our Core Values

Best Practice Medicine hires, terminates, rewards, disciplines, and promotes around our core values. They are what we practice every day. You at your core will resonate with these values and display them as a member of the team from your very first day!

Positive Energy

The science of positivity is irrefutable. We cultivate and are responsible for positive energy and attitudes with fun, never take ourselves too seriously, and we notice the good, especially when it’s scarce.

Learner and Learning First

We are relentless in putting the act of learning first, for ourselves, our team and our clients and their learners.

Can-Do Fighting Spirit

We specialize in the challenging, the difficult and the impossible. We are by our nature problem solvers, trailblazers, inventors, innovators, and envelope pushers. Our constant curiosity pushes us to ask questions and keep going until the job is done.

Radical Support

We believe the purest form of compassion and kindness is support. We are more than helpful—we are radically supportive. When we recognize a member of our team, our learners and clients need help, we rush to their sides and do not leave until the work is done. We sacrifice for others.

Fanatical Attention to Detail

We make the complex simple by focusing on thoroughness, consistency, and the little things.