Paramedic Job Description Sample
The Watershed is currently seeking part time Paramedics to assist with the admission of patients to our Boynton Beach substance abuse programs. The Paramedic works closely with the Admissions Department and our patients to obtain necessary paperwork, medical screening and documentation, as well as assuring a smooth transition into treatment. The Paramedic also responds to emergency medical situations within the facility.
Completes the initial intake demographic assessment process
Performs approved Waived Testing (urine dip stick and pregnancy testing), EKG's and phlebotomy services
Maintains contents of a "Jump Bag", containing medications and equipment for use in emergency situations
Responds to emergency medical situations throughout the facility
Employs basic cardiac life support procedures until EMS arrives at the facility and takes over the responsibility for the care of the patient
Utilizes Life Pack 12 devices for cardiac monitoring purposes and Automated External Defibrillator (AED), when necessary
Licensed as a Paramedic in the state of Florida
Current ACLS certification
Minimum of 1 year experience in the emergency medical or healthcare field
Schedules vary. Must be available to work some Midnight-6am shifts
The Watershed is Joint Commission accredited and fully licensed by the State of Florida.
The Watershed welcomes applicants in recovery to apply! Applicants in recovery must have a minimum of 1 full year of abstinence from drugs/alcohol to be eligible for employment.
Our competitive compensation and excellent benefits package for full time employees includes:
Medical and Dental Insurance
Paid Time Off (PTO) Plan
The Watershed Treatment Programs, Inc. is an Equal Opportunity Employer and maintains a Drug Free Workplace. Local candidates desired, no relocation offered.
Eastside Medical Center is a 310-bed, full-service, acute care medical center with nearly 1,200 employees and 450 affiliated physicians. The hospital is fully accredited by The Joint Commission. Eastside has been a leader for 31 years in a wide range of state of the art healthcare, including emergency services, neurosurgery, orthopaedics, women's services, neurosciences, oncology, cardiology and behavioral health.
Eastside is seeking a Paramedic to work .
Must be flexible to work varying shifts and days.
Apply Online Today to join this great Emergency Team!
Maintains clear communication with ER physician and licensed nurse assigned to patient about all patient care issues.
Receives patients from EMS personnel.
Must have licensed nurse assigned to patient review and co-sign all written or computer patient chart entries.
Assists the licensed nurse in triage, to include pre-screening of patients upon arrival to triage area, documentation of information, and the provision of first aid as needed.
Monitors patients for arrhythmias, document EKG strips, and reports findings to licensed nurse assigned to patient.
Department Specific Criteria:
Documents all interventions performed in EDM at the time of completion.
Assists physicians with central line insertions, lumbar punctures, defibrillation, cardio version, pacing, chest tube insertion, thoracentesis, arterial lines, and suturing.
Demonstrates use of Life Pak for monitoring/defibrillation/pacing/cardioversion.
Answers EMS radios and phones and notifies ED Charge RN of incoming patients.
Georgia EMT-P (Paramedic) or EMT-I (Intermediate)
BLS - American Heart Association – required
ACLS – American Heart Association – required (New grads within 60 days of hire)
PALS required within 90 days of hire or transfer
Crisis Prevention required within 60 days of hire or transfer
Redmond Emergency Medical Services
Shift Details: PRN
Redmond Regional Emergency Medical Services(EMS) operates three services in three counties; Floyd, Polk and Chattooga. Asa 911 EMS provider, Redmond provides primary coverage these areas with stationslocated throughout our zones to provide maximum coverage and speedy responsetimes.
Redmond EMS is looking for a Paramedic.
To provide quality BLS, ALS andemergency care to patients requiring EMS procedures in accordance withestablished Georgia Scope of Practice and protocols
To provide safe and effectivetransportation of patients to and from predetermined locations.
To ensureemergency vehicles and equipment are maintained and in a state of readiness atall times.
This Employee shall perform daily duties at stations to maintain aclean and organized environment.
Employee must actively assure appropriatemovement of vehicles to ensure zone coverage and low response times at alltimes.
Employee shall actively communicate to other EMS staff and CommandStaff to ensure effective communication across all levels.
To set example andbe a role model for other EMS personnel by not participating in poor behaviors,rather living the CARE values.
Will be accountable to exemplifying excellentservice behavior to patients, clients, visitors, physicians, co-workers,vendors;
Show courtesy, personalized attention, respect, compassion and timelyresponsiveness to all customers at all times.
Employee participates in regulardrills and special events to assure adequate staffing and appropriate trainingfor staff.
Employee actively seeks out education opportunities and takesresponsibility in maintaining personal and state mandated education needswithin education policy guidelines
High School Diploma or GED
Successful completion of an accredited Paramedic Training Program
Experience in the field of Emergency Medical Services with ALS or BLS experience preferred
BCLS, ACLS (Only required If employee is a Paramedic), Equivalent in Pediatric (EPC, PALS, PEEP) (within 60 day of employment) and Trauma (ITLS, ATT, PHTLS) (within 60 day of employment)
Current Georgia Paramedic License Other: Current insurable Class "C" Driver's License or higher
Additional Job Duties:
Works primarily in EMS performing functions as listed in job purpose. Hours are variable, based on department needs.
Considerable reaching, stooping, bending, kneeling, lifting heavy weights when providing patient care.
Must be able to handle high levels of stress. Must be able to problem solve and handle emergency and crisis situations. Ability to handle regular interaction with associates, patients and/or family members. Requires above average people skills.
Are you an experienced Paramedic looking for a new opportunity? Join our busy 22 bed ER at Memorial Satilla Health!
The Paramedic works responsibly, under the medical director of ER and provides care for patients in accordance with the physician's orders, recognizing nursing techniques, policies, procedures, established standards and administrative policies.
This position work 3 (12) shifts 3:00 p.m. to 3:00 a.m.
Memorial Satilla Health is a 231-bed acute-care hospital located in Waycross, Georgia. More than 155,000 people live within our nine-county service area that surrounds Waycross, Georgia.
Waycross and its neighboring town of Blackshear, collectively offer excellent public schools, an active art and theater group, several golf courses, and an excellent array of hiking, fishing, camping, and boating fun. With many large tracts of land available, excellent housing, and low real estate costs, our locale is the perfect place for families.
Education: High School diploma or equivalent
Experience: 1 or more years of experience as a Paramedic
License/Certifications: Current Georgia Licensure as Paramedic;
Required certifications ACLS, BLS, PALS, Advanced Stroke Life Support; Preferred certifications Pre-hospital Trauma Life Support and Critical Care Emergency Medical Transport and Crisis Prevention Intervention will be required within 1 year of hiring on.
Afternoon Shift: 40 Hrs/Wk; 80 Hrs/Pay
Weekend & Holiday Rotation: Per schedule
Pay Grade: 9
This position provides advanced emergency medical care to the sick and/or injured as trained and licensed by the State of Michigan. The desired result of the paramedic's intervention is improved patient outcome.
(50%)* Acts independently to formulate and initiate a plan of intervention for medical and traumatic emergencies. Invasive medical interventions include: pleural decompression, cricothyrotomy, endotracheal intubation, interosseous access, intravenous access insertion of esophageal obturator airway, and blood sugar analysis. Noninvasive monitoring and management techniques include: vital sign interpretation, cardiac rhythm analysis, 12 lead interpretation, cardiac defibrillation/cardioversion, use of external pacemaker, analysis of pulse oximetry, and proper delivery of oxygen therapy.
(25%)* Assesses patients during inter-hospital transfers. Evaluation and intervention is initiated by the paramedic.
Additional medical equipment is often utilized to maintain optimal patient care. Examples of equipment include neonatal isolette, intra-aortic balloon pump, and intravenous infusion machines.
(25%)* Supervises field medical management of ancillary rescue personnel. This includes any physician not identified with the Midland/Gladwin Medical Control Authority, any Medical Center employee, Michigan State Police, Midland and Gladwin City Police, County Sheriff Department, all County and adjacent fire departments.
OTHER DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
Drafts a computer report documenting assessment, intervention, and outcome of all patients receiving care.
Generates ongoing public awareness and education programs to insure that hospital staff, physicians, and the general public perceive this service (EMS) and the Medical Center in a positive manner.
Evaluates readiness and safety of emergency equipment and vehicles. This includes cardiac monitor, external pacemaker, pulse oximeter, laryngoscope, and any/all equipment required by the State of Michigan. Included is the assessment of the emergency vehicles safety.
The paramedic determines the road worthiness of the vehicles.
Cleans and polishes EMS vehicles and EMS stations on a daily basis. Included is the decontamination of any vehicle/equipment after unsafe exposure to contaminated substances.
MidMichigan Health is a technology driven organization and employees need to demonstrate competency in Microsoft® Windows. An employee may be required to participate in further learning opportunities offered by MidMichigan Health.
All other duties as assigned.
- High School Diploma or GED
Education equivalent experience:
- Knowledge of emergency medicine as normally acquired through 2 years of emergency education culminating in licensure as an Emergency Medical Services
- Paramedic. Knowledge of pre-hospital care as normally acquired through 2 years' experience working in a Medical Center or similar healthcare setting.
Hazardous Materials Management. Maintain licensure through the State of Michigan and must obtain the required number of continuing medical education credits required to re-license every three years. 5. Knowledge of cardiac rhythm analysis, pharmacology, invasive techniques including pleural decompression, cricothryotomy, endotracheal intubation, interosseous access, central and peripheral intravenous access, insertion of esophageal obturator airway, blood sugar analysis and non-invasive techniques including pulse oximetry analysis, heart and lung sound analysis, and blood pressure analysis in less than optimal environments. Knowledge of extrication and special rescue.
Basic Life Support
Advanced Cardiac Life Support
Credential equivalent experience:
- Knowledge of emergency medicine as normally acquired through 2 years of emergency education culminating in licensure as an Emergency Medical Services
- Paramedic. Maintain licensure through the State of Michigan and must obtain the required number of continuing medical education credits required to re-license every three years.
EXPERIENCE, TRAINING AND SKILLS:
Knowledge of pre-hospital care as normally acquired through 2 years' experience working in a Medical Center or similar healthcare setting.
Hazardous Materials Management.
Ability to function independently.
Ability to analyze patient condition, synthesize all information gathered, and coordinate a precise treatment plan for any/all emergent conditions. I
n conjunction with setting up this treatment plan, the paramedic's ability to negotiate with patient and family to assure compliance is fundamental.
Ability to triage a mass casualty incident (the sorting of and allocation of treatment to patients according to a system of priorities designed to maximize the number of survivors). Knowledge of cardiac rhythm analysis, pharmacology, invasive techniques including pleural decompression, cricothryotomy, endotracheal intubation, interosseous access, central and peripheral intravenous access, insertion of esophageal obturator airway, blood sugar analysis and non-invasive techniques including pulse oximetry analysis, heart and lung sound analysis, and blood pressure analysis in less than optimal environments.
Basic operation of external pacemaker.
Knowledge of extrication and special rescue.
Geographical skills needed to access emergency locations.
Knowledge training and licensure to meet State of Michigan requirements, MMC fleet insurance requirements and any other requirements developed by the medical center.
Ability to direct ancillary personnel, i.e., fire rescue, law enforcement, bystanders, etc.
Ability to immobilize any and all potential fractures/dislocations, including spinal cord injuries.
Excellent driving skills for emergency vehicles. Interpersonal skills needed to console/comfort victim and/or families and friends.
Mandatory tuberculosis (TB) testing must be done annually. Mandatory Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) training must be completed annually according to the Exposure Control Plan.
Physical/Mental Requirements and Working Conditions
Exposure to stressful situations, including those involving public contact, as well as, trauma, grief and death.
Able to wear personal protective equipment that includes latex materials or appropriate substitute if required for your position.
Is able to move freely about facility with or without an assisted device and must be able to perform the functions of the job as outlined in the job description.
Overall vision and hearing is necessary with or without assisted device(s).
Frequently required to sit/stand/walk for long periods of time. May require frequent postural changes such as stooping, kneeling or crouching.
Some exposure to blood borne pathogens and other potentially infectious material.
Must follow MidMichigan Health bloodborne pathogen and TB testing as required.
Ability to handle multiple tasks, get along with others, work independently, regular and predictable attendance and ability to stay awake.
Overall dexterity is required including handling, reaching, grasping, fingering and feeling. May require repetition of these movements on a regular to frequent basis.
Physical Demand Level: Very Heavy. Must be able to occasionally (0-33% of the workday) lift or carry over 100 lbs., frequently (34-66% of the workday) over 50 lbs. and or Walk/Stand/Push/Pull of Arm/Leg controls and constantly (67-100% of the workday) over 20 lbs.
Under general supervision, provides advanced life support and pre-hospital emergency medical care to patients who are ill and/or injured within established protocol and medical direction. Transports and transfers patients and assesses the extent of an illness or injury to establish and prioritize medical procedures to follow.
Performs other emergency medical procedures during the ambulance transport. Performs testing of emergency equipment and maintains supplies. Provides pre-arrival notifications to receiving Emergency Departments, and communicates with Paramedic Dispatchers.
Education: Graduation from high school or possession of a GED certificate.
Experience: Typically, one year of advanced life support ambulance experience.
Knowledge, Skills & Abilities: Able to determine nature and extent of illness or injury.
Able to make determination regarding patient status, establishes priority for emergency care and renders appropriate emergency care. Able to interact in a professional manner with other personnel and ancillary services with the patient's best interest in mind. Able to speak clearly and persuasively in positive and negative situations.
Able to listen and recall information. Able to function in unpredictable and changing circumstances. Able to communicate clearly verbally, in writing, and using electronic media.
Able to problem-solve. Knowledge of paramedic and first-responder protocols, policies and procedures. Knowledge of incident command system.
Certificate/License/Registration: Possession of a valid Colorado Class "R" Driver's License.
Possession of a current Colorado Emergency Medical Technician - Paramedic (EMT-P) Certificate issued by the State of Colorado. OR Graduate EMT.
National Registry (NREMT) preferred. Paramedic must successfully complete certification requirements, as specified in the State EMS Rules, within six months of the successful completion of Colorado Department of Public Health & Environment approved training course to continue to function under the provisions of Colorado Code of Regulations: Rule 500, 3-CCR-713-6.
All job applicants for safety-sensitive positions must pass a pre-employment drug test, once a conditional offer of employment hasbeen made.
Denver Health is an integrated, efficient, high-quality academic health care system that is considered a model for the nation. The Denver Health system includes the Rocky Mountain Regional Level I Trauma Center, a 525-bed acute care medical center, Denver's 911 emergency medical response system, 8 family health centers, 15 school-based health centers, the Rocky Mountain Poison and Drug Center, the Denver Public Health Department, an HMO, and The Denver Health Foundation.
As Colorado's primary safety net institution, Denver Health is a mission-driven organization that has provided more than $3.3 billion in care for the uninsured in the last ten years. Denver Health is a leader in performance and quality improvements and remains financially secure, in part, due to its nationally recognized implementation of lean principles in healthcare. Denver Health is a major resource to the community, serving approximately 185,000 individuals and 67,000 children a year.
Located just south of downtown Denver, Denver Health is just minutes away from many of the cultural and recreational activities Denver has to offer.
We strongly support diversity in the workforce and Denver Health is an equal opportunity employer (EOE).
"Denver Health is committed to provide equal treatment and equal employment opportunities to all applicants and employees. Denver Health is an Equal Opportunity Employer and does not discriminate against any employee or applicant for employment because of race, color, sex, age, national origin, religion, sexual orientation, gender identity, status as a veteran, and basis of disability or any other federal, state or local protected class."
Manager of EMS
Primary function is to provide emergency service and patient care to individuals in need. Individuals in this position are required to make decisions in a disorganized and chaotic environment. Must be able to set own emotions aside for the good of patients in need.
Must be able to work non-standard hours, 24 hour shifts and sometimes in excess of 40 hours per week.
SKILLS & ABILITIES
Graduate of an Accredited Paramedic program or equivalent.
One to two years related experience
Must exhibit basic computer knowledge. Proficient in Microsoft office, email and basic computer skills for other software used throughout the hospital for your area of responsibility.
Must exhibit basic computer knowledge
Certificates & Licenses
Must have an Indiana Paramedic Certification. Must have a valid Indiana Driver's license with a good driving record. Certification in BLS, ACLS, PALS, along with a mastery of paramedic skills.
Proficiency in map reading and knowledge of city/county streets and roads.
Under direction of the assigned EMS Captain/Supervisor, provides ambulance transport services as a member of the Sacramento Metropolitan Fire District (District) Emergency Medical Services (EMS) Division.
The non-firefighter position of Paramedic (EMT-P) works under the direct supervision of the EMS assigned Captain in conjunction with other District Staff and the overall direction of the Operations Division. The primary responsibility of the EMT-P is to provide Advanced Life Support (ALS) care and transport of patients as a component of the Sacramento County 911 EMS System.
An EMT-P is required to be able to make critical decisions that impact the safety, well being, or life of patients and members of the District in stressful situations. The EMT-P is expected to execute sound judgment that demonstrates the highest of ethical and moral standards in the performance of job duties and other situations with and without explicit direction.
The Single Role Paramedic is a three (3) year limited term position. The term of employment may be extended as necessary at the discretion of the Fire Chief.
The Paramedic position is expected to transition into the Firefighter/Paramedic position within the three (3) year term. Employees transitioning into the rank of Firefighter/Paramedicmust possess (a) Paramedic License accredited in SacramentoCounty and in good standing with the District,(b) Six month appraisal with satisfactory scores as a Paramedic, (c) CPAT card that is valid within 12 months of the final filing date for Firefighter/Paramedic as determined by the District, (d) receive a passing score in an interview process. Examples of Duties / Knowledge & Skills
This job description is intended to convey information essential to understanding the scope of the position; it is not intended to be an exhaustive list of skills, efforts, duties, responsibilities or working conditions associated with the position.
The incumbent will be required to perform a full range of EMS skills and services, including but not limited to:
1.Operate District owned ambulances and other District vehicles as directed, including driving to and from medical emergencies as part of the ambulance transportation team.
2.A licensed Paramedic is authorized to do any of the following procedures utilizing both BLS and ALS level skills during training, while at the scene ofan emergency, or during patient care, but is not limited to:
A. Evaluate the ill and injured and document findings and actions on a patient care report
B. Render both basic and advance life support, rescue and first aid to patients
C. Obtain and document diagnostic signs including but not limited to temperature, blood pressure, pulse and respiration rates, level of consciousness, pupil status and electrocardiogram interpretations
D. Perform cardiopulmonary resuscitation, including the use of mechanical adjuncts to advanced cardiopulmonary resuscitation and both manual difibrillators and automated external defibrillators (AED)
E. Use the following adjunctive airway breathing aids:
1.Oropharyngeal airway; nasopharyngeal airway;
2.Advanced airways to include Supraglottic and endotracheal intubation
5.Basic and advanced oxygen delivery devices; and
6.Manual and mechanical ventilating devices designed for pre-hospital use.
F. Use various types of stretchers and body immobilization devices.
G. Provide initial pre-hospital emergency care of trauma
H. Perform basic field triage
I. Transport patients
J. Manage patients within their scope of practice
K. Administration of emergency medications per Sacramento CountyEMS Protocols
L. Lifting patients into ambulances on a gurney
M. Contact and obtain direction from base hospitals regarding patient care
3.Cleans and decontaminates equipment including but not limited to, ambulances and EMS equipment.
4.Collection and documentation of patient billing information per District policy.
5.Maintains and restocks inventory of ambulance and station EMS supplies through logistics orders.
6.Performs preventative maintenance inspections (PMI) on assigned apparatus.
7.Follows all Federal, State, County, Local, and District laws, regulations, protocols, and policies including the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA).
8.Attend and successfully complete District and hospital training sessions and drills.
9.Participates in overseeing operational readiness and cleanliness of apparatus and equipment.
10.Performs other duties as directed by District Staff in accordance with the EMS Division.
Minimum qualifications & Requirements
AGE: Must be at least eighteen (18) years of age.
1.High School Diploma or equivalent.
2.Possession of and ability to maintain acurrent non-probationary California EMT-P License with a current CPR card. National Registry Cards will not be accepted.
3.Must be accredited as anEMT-P by the Sacramento County Emergency Medical Agency prior to completion of academy.
EXPERIENCE: Work experience on a transporting ambulance is highly desirable.
LICENSE: Possession of and ability to maintain a current valid California Driver's License, Class C, is a condition of employment
BACKGROUNDINVESTIGATION:Candidates offered formal employment must be successful in all examination phases, including passing the District's background investigationto include a criminal history check, DMV verification, credit history review,truth verification examination, psychological examination, physical examination, and a drug screening.
BENEFITS: The District offers a wide variety of programs covering health and dental insurance, life insurance, PERS Safety retirement (2.7% @ 57 for PEPRA Members, or 3% @ 50 for Classic Members), sick leave, vacation leave, and 457 deferred compensation.
APPLICATION PROCEDURE: The application filing period opens Thursday, December 8, 2016 and will be a continuous recruitment to fill open positions as necessary.
Applications must be completed online, paper applications will not be accepted. Interested applicantsmust apply online at the District's website, www.metrofire.ca.gov. If you are unable to access the internet, computers will be available at 10545 Armstrong Ave, Suite 200, Mather, CA 95655, Monday through Friday, between the hours of 8:00 AM and 5:00 PM. You can also visit your local library for free internet access.
ONLINE APPLICATIONS: You must attacha copy of your non-probationary CA Paramedic License and CPR card tothe online application.
National Registry Cards will not be accepted. Please do notattach any other supporting documentation other than the Paramedic License and CPR card. If you are unable toscan your supporting documents, you may mail in your documentation to 10545 Armstrong Ave, Suite 200,Mather, CA, 95655, or fax to 916-859-3728.
Answer all questions and furnish all information requested on the application. Although a resume may be submitted along with your application, it will not be accepted as a substitute for any of the required application documents or question responses.
In summary, do not write "see resume" in lieu of answering any question. Incomplete applications will be automatically disqualified. No exceptions. Application results and all correspondence will be e-mailed so please provide a vaild e-mail address on the online application.
Panel Oral Interviews/EMS Assessment
To Be Determined. Qualified candidates may be scheduled for panel oral interviews and an EMS assessment in order of applications received.
VETERANS PREFERENCE CREDIT:Veterans who have received an honorable dischargewill be allowed an additional 5% that will be addedto their over-allpassing scoreat the end of the testing process. To obtain this credit, veterans mustattach proof of honorable discharge or disability to thier online application.
ELIGIBILITY LIST: Candidates must be successful in all examination phases to be placed on an eligibility list. The Fire Chief will, when filling vacancies, make a selection from those on the eligibility list.
PROOF OF LEGAL RESIDENCE: Pursuant to the Immigration Reform and Control Act (IRCA) of 1986, all new hire applicants will be required to show proof of legal residence entitling them to work in the United States prior to becoming an employee of the District.
THE SACRAMENTO METROPOLITAN FIRE DISTRICT IS AN AFFIRMATIVE ACTION/EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER.
The information contained herein is subject to change and does not constitute either an expressed or implied contract.
Mainland Medical Center - Texas City, TX
Paramedic – Emergency Room
Founded in 1952, Mainland Medical Center has been part of Galveston County for more than 55 years. Originally a 90-bed hospital, we have grown to a 223 bed acute care facility offering quality, compassionate care with state-of-the-art services. Our services include inpatient and outpatient medical, surgical and specialty services.
Mainland Medical Center is part of the HCA Gulf Division, a comprehensive network of hospitals, outpatient surgery centers, emergency centers, cancer centers, and diagnostic imaging facilities. It offers a complete continuum of specialized health programs and services that meet the needs of Greater Houston and South Texas residents and businesses. Our growth is truly a reflection of the changing needs of our community, our patients and rapidly advancing medical technology. Our services include:
Breast Care Center
Center for Sleep Disorders
Center for Wound Care and Hyperbaric Medicine
Occupational Health and Wellness
Senior Mental Health
Mainland Medical Center is currently looking for a Paramedic – Emergency Room
This Job Description provides criteria for evaluation of the Paramedic working in a staff position. The paramedic may provide care for infants, children, adolescents, adult and geriatric patients.
Previous EMT-Paramedic, EMT- Intermediate or Military Medic equivalent
Texas Paramedic (EMT-P)Licensed
BLS – American HeartAssociation
DescriptionProvides advanced life support care to the sick and injured and safely transports customers of all ages to a medical facility. In addition, the paramedic assists with other services and events as directed by North Memorial Ambulance Service.
Provides compassionate, advanced life support care to customers of all ages at the scene and in the ambulance.
Coordinates customer care with partner and other responders providing care.
Inspires compassionate care by treating our customers, families, staff and others with courtesy, kindness and respect.
Communicates customer outcomes verbally with accurate, concise radio reports to the accepting hospital and to hospital staff accepting customer.
Completes accurate written customer care record that is legible at completion of customer transport and enters customer care record into electronic record system.
Performs operational duties to ensure worthiness and cleanliness of ambulance and equipment.
Operates ambulance in a safe manner, obeys traffic laws and North Memorial Ambulance policy pertaining to safe driving and utilizes optimal safety precautions in all other aspects of this position.
Takes an active role in professional development.
Accepts other duties as assigned to promote the accomplishment of organizational goals.
The team member is accountable to demonstrate proficiency for the skills outlined in the appropriate position skills list.
The team member is accountable to maintain skill proficiency, including improvement where deemed necessary, and upgrading any additional or new skills on the appropriate position skills list.
Successfully completed paramedic training program from an accredited institution required.
Associate of Science degree preferred.
Previous ambulance experience preferred.
Previous advanced life support experience preferred
Knowledge, Skills and Abilities
Demonstrated ability to organize, problem solve, make decisions during emergency situations and work independently.
Possess or quickly acquire knowledge of the street and highway system within the service area.
License Requirement• Current Minnesota or Wisconsin Paramedic Certification or be able to obtain within 60 days of hire date.
- ACLS and BLS Certification.
- Valid State Class D driver's license in the state of residency with an acceptable driving record.
- PALS Certification.
- Air Care paramedics must have a CF Paramedic or a Critical
Care Paramedic within 18 months from date of hire.
- Air Care paramedics must be nationally registered and/or have dual certification in Minnesota and Wisconsin.
- Air Care paramedics must have PALS certification.
- Air Care paramedics must have NRP certification or obtain NRP certification with 18 months of hire date.
Making better hires starts with building better job descriptions
- Browse 100s of templates across 40+ industries
- Customize your template with your company info & job requirements
- Post it to 20+ job boards in seconds – for FREE!