Portland Community College | Portland, Oregon

 

  • Master’s degree in Emergency Management and a minimum of 3 years recent (in last 6 years), full-time equivalent, non-teaching experience in the field.
  • Master’s degree in Public Administration, Criminal Justice, Fire Administration, or other related area, plus completion of FEMA Professional Development Series (PDS), and 3 years recent (in last 6 years), full-time equivalent, non-teaching work experience in the field.
  • Bachelor’s degree in subject area and 4 years recent (in last 6 years), full-time equivalent, non-teaching work experience in the field.
  • Bachelor’s degree in Public Administration, Criminal Justice, Fire Administration, or other related area, plus completion of FEMA Professional Development Series (PDS), and 4 years recent (in last 6 years), full-time equivalent, non-teaching work experience in the field.
  • AAS degree in subject area or professional education, plus 5 years recent (in last 6 years), full-time equivalent, non-teaching work experience in the field; or 5 years recent (in last 6 years), full-time equivalent, non-teaching  work experience in any emergency services field, plus, the completion of FEMA Professional Development Series (PDS);  or 5 years of recent (in the last 6 years), full-time equivalent, Military Service in an emergency services MOS or in Military Disaster Response, Rescue & Recovery operations.
  • Demonstrated competency as established in qualifications set by the Oregon Department of Public Safety Standards and Training for Emergency Services Responders;  plus a minimum of 100 hours of disaster response, non-teaching  activities, such as, local and/or state exercises and drills; plus successful completion of FEMA Professional Development Series (PSD); plus active membership in a recognized Emergency Management professional organization.

 

For Related Instruction

EM101, EM114 and EM 204: Computation, Communication and Human Relations
EM202 and EM 203:
Computation and Human Relations
EM103 and EM 228: Communication and Human Relations
EM112:
Human Relations
EM205:
Computation

In order to teach these courses the instructor must have:

  • Math 60 or tested in to higher than Math 60 (for Computation)
  • Writing 121 or tested into Writing 121 or demonstrated writing competency with a professional writing sample (for Communication)
  • A minimum of 2 years of supervisory or lead work experience or served in a customer service or administrative/management position (for Human Relations).

Approved: June 2016

Emergency Management Instructor Qualifications prior to June 2016