ONSMS is seeking an EMT/Paramedic

EMT Paramedic Job Description

PRIMARY FUNCTION:

EMT/Paramedic will be on site during vaccination administration to assist patients if necessary for medical emergencies.  EMT will deliver patient care, support and evaluate on the scene and transport to hospital if deemed necessary.  EMT will assess the situation of the patient, determine proper medical care, and administer treatment. Note: This is a temporary position through December 30, 2021.

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS:

  • Examine and evaluate patients to determine necessary care
  • Provide patients with emergency care by utilizing appropriate techniques and equipment
  • Document patient information, condition, and treatment
  • Maintain patient confidentiality and perform all care with respect for patient rights
  • Transport patients in accordance with outlined policies and procedures
  • Maintain a safe, clean, and well-stocked environment for patients
  • Operate and drive ambulance in conjunction with applicable safety policies and laws
  • Provide basic life support and gather patient data

EDUCATIONAL/TRAINING REQUIREMENTS:

  • High school diploma or general education degree (GED) required
  • Current EMT certification/license in the state of practice
  • Current CPR certification

EXPERIENCE REQUIREMENTS:

  • Must possess a valid driver’s license in the state of practice
  • 1 year of experience in an emergency care setting preferred
  • Ability to bend, pull, push, and lift up to 50 pounds
  • Ability to follow oral and written instructions
  • Demonstrated ability to implement clinical care in accordance with outlined policies and procedures
  • Ability to exercise sound judgment while working in a stressful environment
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Complete this employment form and email it to hr@onsms.org with the subject line: “EMT/Paramedic Candidate: [your name]”

Other Job Openings:

  • Advanced Practice Provider: Responsible for providing clinical care in alignment with the mission of vaccine management protocols and accepted evidence-based guidelines and COVID19 testing. In addition, they will work with leadership on team performance toward quality and productivity outcomes, and any additional clinical outcome goals.
  • Certified Medical Assistant: Certified Medical Assistant is asked to assist with registration of patients for COVID-19 vaccine administration/testing and inform/provide some form of feedback to patients to motivate behavior change to reduce health risks.
  • Registered Nurse: Registered Nurses will provide vaccination and testing for our COVID19 clinical services. These services could be in an office setting or mobile unit.
  • Patient Registrant and Scheduler: The Vaccine Portal Patient Registrant/Scheduler will interview, collect patient information, demographics, insurance and emergency contact information to ensure accuracy of information entered into the electronic personal health information system.