An Emergency Medical Technician/AAP must hold a current and valid certificate, working in the emergency patient transport area, responds to emergency calls as part of an accident and emergency crew, utilising the enhanced skills and procedures that they have been trained and is within the company and trust scope of practice. Monitor and treat patients safely and observe patient vital signs. Provide and take relevant information from patients or others at the scene for onward transportation to further care.
In accordance with the EU work time directive
Full Time, Part Time, Bank
Various Shifts including days, nights and weekends.
Based at one of our sites in Sussex and Surrey.
Drive a range of ambulance vehicles under normal and emergency (blue light) circumstances and carry out checks to vehicles at the start of and during each shift, to make sure vehicles are clean, have fuel and are appropriately stocked.
A key responsibility of the Emergency Medical Technician/AAP role is to make sure that equipment is carefully stored, checked, and cared for so that it is always in good working order.
Must also be able to complete relevant documentation, be familiar with and use ambulance equipment and attend relevant training.
These are some of the essential criteria you will need to be successful as an Emergency Medical Technician/AAP:
- Must hold a current IHCD/AAP Certificate.
- Enhanced DBS check
- A valid full B (Preferably C1) category driving licence with no more than 3 penalty points or any short period disqualification.
- IHCD or FutureQuals D1 & D2 Emergency Driving qualification (or equivalent).
- Ability to make decisions, take responsibility and respond to a changing workload.
- Ability to remain calm while working under pressure.
- Ability to work within a Team environment and alone.
- Excellent Customer Service / People Skills.
- Flexible approach to work and shift work.