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Paramedic for Washigton State

Posted on 9 June 2021 by

Beacon OHSS 

Job Title: Paramedic - Washington
Location: Remote Medical
Compensation and Hours
Minimum Salary: DOE
Maximum Salary: DOE
Type of Job: Part Time
Benefits: To be discussed
Anticipated Job Duration: None Selected

Job Description
The Paramedic will assess, treat and coordinate transport for patients to higher-level medical providers, commonly in the form of a clinic or hospital. Invasive care may include advanced airways, IV therapy, medications and defibrillation. This position will provide support to a project in Washington state for part time coverage and would be camp based on-site living while on rotation. The fill-in rotations are typically 1 week out of every 9 weeks. Ancillary duties as assigned.

Medically Reports To: Medical Director

Administratively Reports To: VP of Medical & Safety

Current paramedic certificate or licensure by Washington state
Current CPR and ACLS
5+ years remote and/or emergency response experience preferred

Provide non-emergency and emergency medical response to employees on site during 12-hour shift
Assesses the safety and hazards at the scene of an emergency
Controls the hazards at an emergency scene
Determines the nature and extent of illness or injury present and establishes the priorities for emergency care Under the direct or indirect supervision of a physician, treats injuries or illness using advanced life support techniques and medications; these may include:
airway management
intravenous therapy, heart monitoring with an Electrocardiographic (ECG) device
synchronized cardioversion
administration of any type of parenterally, orally, or topically approved medication or solution
needle chest decompression
gastric and oral/tracheal suctioning
Basic Life Support techniques of the EMT-1
Extricates patients from entrapment
Provides special rescue services where trained in those specific areas
Performs triaging of patients and management of mass casualty situations
Lifts and moves patients
Utilizes specialized communication equipment to consult with physicians and/or notify hospitals of patient's condition
Completes detailed documentation on patient care and transport
Understands and uses appropriate state and federal regulations pertaining to EMS, confined space, hazardous materials, incident command system, blood borne pathogens, airborne pathogens, and controlled substances
Reports verbally to receiving Physician as to the patient's condition and interventions performed
Maintains, cleans, and restocks emergency supplies and equipment
Support the HSE function as a helper and not a decision maker where, in the opinion of the practitioner, the support does not interfere with the medical provision at the location

Skills and Attributes:
Professional written and verbal communication skills
Quality of care focus
Professional bedside manner
Confident clinical decision making skills
Team player – flexible to assist where able
Work effectively with non-medical staff
Cultural awareness
Computer skills

Physical Demands and Work Conditions:
Work conditions are such that significant time will be spent walking, standing, stooping, sitting, assisting with positioning patients, and include some lifting. Exposure to anesthetic gases, blood and body fluids, sharps, and other health care occupational hazards is routine. Conditions will include exposure to hospital grade cleaning solutions, flammable solutions and gases, e.g., alcohol and oxygen, as well as latex and other industrial chemicals.

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