Paramedic (Job code: JB00047235)

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Posted on - 02/06/2018

 
  • Key Skills:
    Candidate should be Graduation/Diploma/Certification from Fire and Rescue Service with 8 to 15 years of experience in relevant industry.
    Industry:
    Healthcare
  • Functional Area:
    Health, Safety & Environment [HSE}
    Functional Specialization:
    NA
  • Qualification:
    Diploma, Any Graduation
    Qualification Specialization:
    Graduation, fire Safety
  • Location:
    SAUDI ARABIA
  • Experience:
    8 - 15 yrs.
  • Yearly Salary:
    Negotiable
 

JOB DESCRIPTION :

Job Title:

Job Titile: Paramedic

Qualitication: Graduation/Diploma/Certification from Fire and Rescue Service

Experience : Min 8 to 15 Years

Job Description:

Key purpose:

Core responsibilities


To provide assessment of patients, planning and implementing their care and treatment.

To continually evaluate and give advice to patients and others.

Handle Prescribe and administering, non–prescription, prescription and controlled drugs and conduct invasive procedures where appropriately trained and competent

Cardiac & CVA (Stroke) interventions – e.g. Pre hospital Thrombolysis, Advanced ECG recognition, FAST test pathways for CVA and the diagnosis treatment and referral of a range of cardiac conditions.

Communicate report and document the patients’ history, condition and treatment to a full range of medical staff including, nurses, doctors and consultants either on route to or arrival at definitive care.

Take responsibility for the security of patient’s property during transportation as well as the safe handling of patients’ possessions including hand over to the appropriate agency.

Complete all patient and journey documentation associated with an episode of patient care in both electronic and written format with any other reports the contractor and customer deems necessary and observe safe practices as laid down within the Contractors policies, procedures and instructions.

Maintain confidentiality of any patient information and records and ensure effective communication to other health and social care professionals for the benefit of the patient.

Co-operate with other emergency services as required.

Make dynamic risk assessment of the environment and general situation, having due regard for the health and safety of self and others.

Be responsible for the safe use of the ambulance and all equipment

Accountable for the safe clinical practice applied to a patient whilst in your care either as an individual or as a member of the crew.

Supply statements and attend legal proceedings as required.

Keep clear, accurate and legible records, reporting the relevant clinical findings, the decisions made, the information given and any drugs or treatment.

Record where there are exceptions to, or deviations from, standard practice and the reasons for doing so. All records must be made at the same time as the events being recorded, or as soon as possible afterwards, using appropriate

Essential:

Maintain a high professional image at all times and to treat and transport emergency and urgent cases in accordance with Institute of Health & Care Development paramedic manual .or its equivalent, using the UK’s Joint Royal Colleges Ambulance Liaison Committee and the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia’s equivalent organisation for provision of their extensive clinical expertise and advice on potential new developments to ensure that the guidelines capture latest best practice and future innovations.

Comply with the code of conduct as laid down in the Ambulance Service Basic Training Manual and the Paramedic Training Manual, or their KSA equivalent

Comply with the standards of conduct, performance and ethics as laid down by the Health Professions Council or the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia equivalent organisation.

Must pass medical and fitness standard as laid out in DFRMO Medical Standards for civilian fire and rescue personnel employed on MOD estate – Visual, hearing, step test and general health.

Must be a qualified driver, with a full manual driving licence.

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id out in DFRMO Medical Standards for civilian fire and rescue personnel employed on MOD estate – Visual, hearing, step test and general health.

Must be a qualified driver, with a full manual driving licence.

Most Preferred Background from Airlines/Airport



company profile :SERCO

Serco Group plc's roots go back to 1929, becoming Serco Limited in 1987 and in 1988 was listed on the London Stock Exchange. Now, Serco is a FTSE top 250 company managing over 500 contracts worldwide. Employing over 50,000 people, we operate internationally across four geographies: UK & Europe, North America, Asia Pacific and the Middle East and across five sectors: Defence, Justice & Immigration, Transport, Health and Citizen Services.

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