Emergency Ambulance Crew – (Bank)
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Emergency Ambulance Crew
MET-Medical Ambulance Station and deployment throughout the UK
Ambulance staff must have a blue light emergency driving qualification e.g. IHCD D1/D2 or Emergency Response Ambulance Driving QCF. You will preferably have a full UK driving license with C1 entitlement (or complete the C1 driving test within 4 weeks of starting)
Due to the nature of this role successful candidates must have the ability to work in an emergency ambulance environment and have good interpersonal skills with the ability to communicate effectively at all levels, as well as being able to work as part of a team.
Working as a crew or solo, you will initiate appropriate care and effective treatment to patients in both hospital and pre-hospital environment, selecting and applying appropriate skills and equipment safely and within appropriate level of training, competency and scope of practice.
When working as a crew with a Paramedic, support the work of the senior clinician by providing effective clinical care using appropriate knowledge and skills in order to assist them make professional judgements; conduct diagnostic procedures and provide safe and effective treatments as and when requested by the senior clinician in accordance with MET-Medical procedures, guidelines and protocols.
To provide and contribute to the care, effective treatment and safe transportation of patients, providing the highest standards of clinical and personal care within the hospital and pre-hospital environment.
Provide patient assessment and treatment in line with the scope of practice and within MET-Medical guidelines. To ensure that patient confidentiality is maintained at all times and that personal / clinical information is only disclosed in accordance with MET-Medical policy, procedure and protocol and in accordance with Caldicott regulations, whilst ensuring that all appropriate information is recorded in a timely and efficient manner.
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Please click and download the application form below. Once you have completed the Application Form please send to:
MET Medical Application Form – Emergency Ambulance Crew
Essential / Experience:
Hold a valid EU Driving License (No more than 3 endorsement points)
C1 Category entitlement (Or have provisional with the aim to gain within 6 weeks of starting)
Have successfully completed an Emergency Care Assistant Course, FREC, FPOS-A or FPOS-I
Evidence of Continual Professional Development
Have successfully completed an approved emergency ambulance driving course to the national Standards eg. D1/D2
Effective social skills gained from experience, dealing with the public
Knowledge / Skills / Abilities
Ability to carry out manual handling including the lifting of patients and equipment.
Good knowledge of current operational procedures and clinical practices
Good verbal, listening and written communication skills
Able to communicate across wide demographic boundaries in an appropriate manner
Displays good interpersonal skills
Demonstrate the ability and commitment to providing high quality patient care, appropriate to patient needs
Able to operate all appropriate information systems in an efficient and effective manner relevant to this post
Respects and applies patient confidentiality at all times
Displays good diplomatic skills, is tactful and discreet.
Good organisational skills, is able to identify priority pathways and act effectively under pressure
Able to produce accurate records in accordance with MET-Medical policy.
Is self motivated with ability to work within occupational guidelines
Displays excellent attention to detail
Maintains a flexible and proactive approach to work
Demonstrate a commitment to team working
Equality and Diversity
MET-Medical are committed to providing equal opportunities in employment and to avoiding unlawful discrimination in employment. In endeavouring to become an equal opportunity employer we intend that no job applicant or employee shall receive less favourable treatment because of their gender, marital or civil partnership status, sexual orientation, colour, race, ethnic origin, religion, disability or age; not be disadvantaged by any other conditions or requirements which are irrelevant.
There will be equal opportunities in the recruitment, training and development and promotion of employees. MET-Medical strives to ensure that the work environment is free of harassment and bullying and that everyone is treated with dignity and respect is an important aspect of ensuring equal opportunities in employment.
Data Protection Act
All staff must comply with the Data Protection Act and must not disclose personal information regarding patients or other employees to unauthorised personnel. Staff must ensure that patient documents are secure (this includes handwritten or printed job sheets) and are not accessible to other parties.