Nursing Staff Work: Week of December 13, 2021-JEMS

2021-12-15 01:02:10 By : Ms. Maggie Hu

Charleston County is an EMS system that relies on innovation, trust, compassion, respect, and dedication to provide excellent customer service to our communities. If you are committed to helping others and want to have a unique career, now is your chance to join one of the best EMS departments in the United States. Charleston County EMS provides a variety of static and dynamic work schedules. In our normal timetable, compulsory overtime is not used; although the timetable and obligations may change in the event of a disaster or when public demand is high.

Charleston County provides a full range of benefits, including retirement, deferred compensation (including 401k and 457 plans), longevity wage increases after 1, 3, 5, and 6 years, and thereafter each year based on assessment, optional life and disability insurance, and Medical and dental benefits provided by employees and their families.

The initial recruitment range for EMT providers is $18.11 to $19.02 per hour

The initial recruitment range for AEMT providers is $18.65 to $19.59 per hour

The initial recruitment range for nursing staff is $24.29 to $26.97 per hour

Application procedure and deadline: The submitted application will be continuously reviewed by the recruitment department until the position is filled.

Eligible candidates will be contacted on a rolling basis for testing and interviews.

Candidates must be able to: drive emergency vehicles; have excellent communication skills (face-to-face, via radio/telephone and writing); work with different shift schedules, including day shifts, night shifts, mixed shifts, including weekends and holidays; be accurate and consistent under pressure Perform various duties in a fast manner; provide patient care that meets the corresponding certification level; comply with safety protocols and perform in a safe manner; be able to understand navigation equipment and tools, including maps, and be able to find locations within our response area; in emergencies Perform calmly under the circumstances; and other related responsibilities assigned.

Emergency Medical Technician in South Carolina (by start date)

ICS course certification 100, 200, 700, and 800 (need to be obtained within 3 months after hiring)

ITLS or PHTLS or TECC (preferred)

PEPP or PALS or EPC (preferred)

We are hiring a full-time flight paramedic to work at the Bart and Bozeman bases in Montana.

At least five years of nursing experience, preferably working in a metropolitan area. The current licenses and/or certifications are as follows:

Applicable to nursing staff certification in designated locations

Basic Life Support (BLS) certification

Advanced Cardiac Life Support (ACLS) certification

Pediatric Advanced Life Support (PALS)

Pre-hospital Trauma Life Support (PHTLS)

Newborn Resuscitation Program (NRP) certification

Drivers must hold a current valid driver’s license in Oregon, Idaho, Washington or Montana and have at least three years of driving experience.

You must take the FP-C exam within one year after entry, and obtain certification within two years after entry.

Complete the Ministry of Transportation Aviation Medicine course within six months from the date of employment

Meets weight restrictions (up to 250 pounds, fully equipped to perform work)

Depending on location allocation, passport and/or entry into Canada may be required

Strong leadership skills and the ability to communicate and work with various people one-on-one, usually under stressful situations

Ability to perform various shifts and cover fixed-wing call shifts

General responsibilities and basic functions

Cooperate with flying nurses to provide age-appropriate (pediatric, adult, elderly) patient care.

Perform the following procedures as needed: oral intubation, administration of paralytic drugs, needle thoracostomy, intravenous and intraosseous access.

According to the standards established by LFN, cooperate with flying nurses as needed to provide accurate and complete patient care documents.

Assist in providing written and/or oral follow-up of patients to referral hospitals or institutions.

Assist in the retrieval and return of the equipment to the appropriate agency.

Cooperate with the flight nurse to clean and replenish the equipment in time so that the aircraft can be used as soon as possible.

Work with the flight nurse to complete inventory and monthly inspections, order supplies, and maintain equipment to work normally.

Work with the flight nurse in the daily operations of LFN.

May compile statistics or work on related projects designated by the LFN Clinical Operations Director.

Safety: understand and exceed all customer expectations by providing quality

It helps to ensure the safe operation of the aircraft to protect patients, crew and on-site personnel.

Implement LFN safety policies and assist pilots in navigation, take-off, landing and flight procedures.

This is a Rotor Wing transport paramedic who provides comprehensive emergency/intensive care and/or stabilization for patients with chronic and acute illnesses or injuries before and during transport to the hospital facility.

1. Provide nursing and transportation services for critically ill or injured patients of all ages. Independently evaluate patients, intervene in medications and procedures, and provide care to achieve maximum results.

2. Cooperate with other health team members to provide continuous care.

3. Communicate effectively when working with internal and external customers (including hospitals, EMS, police and fire departments).

4. Complete the annual education requirements outlined in the annual education requirements document.

5. Implement advanced procedures through appropriate training and proficiency testing. Surgery includes but is not limited to: chest tube, centerline, I/O placement, cricothyrotomy, and intubation.

6. All physical requirements for performing work in a confined space under potentially unfavorable environmental conditions.

7. Interact with staff at all levels, doctors, patients, family members, and external contacts (such as other health care institutions, community providers, and employees of institutions) in various departments regarding patients’ health care. In many cases interact with other healthcare providers to report and request or clarify information. Synthesize and prioritize data from multiple sources to support the human response of patients and family members to changes in health conditions.

We also opened an EMT, click to learn more and apply.

EMS education experts are responsible for implementing, providing, and tracking EMS education for PFA employees and partner organizations in the North Larimer County Emergency Response Area (NLCERA). This position works as a full-time employee under the direct supervision of the EMS team leader in the support department.

Working hours: This position usually works 40 hours a week. The timetable may include occasional evening and/or weekend classes. Training/demonstrations can be conducted in the morning, evening and weekends.

Basic responsibilities and responsibilities: The following responsibilities and responsibilities describe the main functions of the position and do not include all the content. This position can complete other assigned duties.

Provide emergency medical service guidance for all kinds of learners; relevant public safety providers, including EMT, medical staff, and firefighters; community members and students.

Cooperate with PFA EMS team leader to provide various EMS education courses to meet program requirements and certifications.

Write assessment tools and manage results, ability and content mastery tests.

Work, interact and assist other internal and external EMS educators to operate as a team to provide and ensure the continuous quality of the education program.

Participate in self-assessments, peer guidance, peer review programs, and continuing education activities.

Develop training content and materials, organize, arrange and carry out educational experiences in classroom, clinical, digital and field environments.

Monitor EMS planning activities to evaluate effectiveness.

Keep accurate records, submit required reports, and may suggest planned improvements and changes.

Communicate with students, staff, providers and the public in a professional and positive way.

Respond to requests for assistance from internal and external stakeholders. Establish and maintain positive relationships with external stakeholders.

Participate in emergency care audits, evaluations, and research plans.

Carry out EMS equipment and drug management, inventory control and delivery (as required).

Operate the authority vehicle in a safe manner.

Use all necessary PPE, safety devices and equipment to perform all duties in a safe manner.

Use computers and related software to record activities, prepare reports, and email communications.

Perform other duties as assigned.

Understand the basic and advanced life support equipment used for pre-hospital emergency medical care.

Understand the state and federal rules and regulations governing the provision/operation and education requirements of basic and advanced life support services and personnel.

Skills to provide emergency medical services.

Able to provide strong interpersonal skills, flexibility and excellent customer service.

Knowledge of EMS theory, practice and trends.

Can promote higher-level thinking and problem-solving skills among educational participants.

Ability to adhere to established education quality standards.

Ability to maintain complete and accurate educational records.

Learn about state and federal curriculum content relevant to all levels of pre-hospital EMS care providers.

Understand the theory and methods of adult learning.

Teaching skills and education promotion skills.

Able to evaluate student performance and progress, and provide appropriate feedback.

Able to perform the responsibilities related to the course planning, instruction, evaluation and coordination of the EMS program.

Be able to develop content and use various teaching aids, including audio-visual equipment, training models, course materials and student handout materials.

Plan and develop educational curricula to meet the knowledge and ability of identified needs.

Ability to play a leading role in a team environment.

Understand the organization and operation of PFA and external agencies related to assigned responsibilities.

Excellent verbal and nonverbal communication skills.

Able to manage daily classroom activities, learning environment, course paperwork and student records.

Be able to provide educational opportunities on an appropriate and timely basis.

Ability to use various computer software applications, including but not limited to word processing, PowerPoint and other presentation software, databases, spreadsheets, and test generator programs deemed appropriate to build learning modules delivered in classrooms and virtual classrooms.

Knowledge and formative and summative strategies using formal and informal techniques to assess and ensure the continuous cognitive, emotional, and psychomotor development of learners.

Education, experience, certificates, licenses, registration and others:

Requires HS diploma or GED. BS or equivalent degree/certificate and experience combination is preferred.

At least 3 years of classroom teaching is required.

A state or country EMT-Basic or higher certification, AEMT, EMT-I, or registered nurse is required.

State/National Nursing Staff Certification (preferred).