Full-Time EMT – LifeLine Ambulance – Okanogan, WA

Lifeline Ambulance is offering, to the right EMT, the opportunity to work full-time in a Primary 911 Response System, to practice and challenge your skills. If you are looking for a fast-paced environment to learn and thrive, apply today to join one of Washington State?s only remaining Primary 911 Response companies.

LifeLine Ambulance is located in the heart of both the Wenatchee and Okanagan Valleys and enjoys over 300 days of sunshine a year. With ample hiking, biking and various other outdoor recreational activities, the Wenatchee and Okanagan Valleys were ranked among the Best Places to Live 2017 by Sunset Magazine. Our employees have the opportunity to take advantage of all of the activities, restaurants, events and lifestyle in our valleys due to a flexible schedule that provides for optimal work life balance. With a variety of activities through all four distinct season and one of the country?s most diverse natural playgrounds, the Wenatchee and Okanagan Valley Region has something to suit any person?s interest.

Our employees enjoy a generous two days on six days off working schedule, in addition to flexible scheduling and a mix of Primary 911 calls between multiple locations. While at work, our employees are provided with state of the art medical equipment, first class stations and the opportunity to cross train for Wildland Fire Medical Response.

We offer a comprehensive benefits package for all full time employees which offers:

Medical, Dental, Vision, Prescription, Employer Paid Life Insurance, 401K, Fitness Reimbursement, Paid Training and Uniforms, Paid Holidays, Paid Vacation and Paid Sick Time. In addition, we are a partially Employee Owned Company with profit sharing opportunities.

Go to www.LifeLineambulance.net or find us on Facebook to see more details.

EMT-Job Description

  • Maintain confidentiality of all patient and company information.
  • Reports verbally and in writing/electronically, their observation and emergency medical care of the patient at the emergency scene and in transit, to the receiving medical facility staff for purposes of records and diagnostics.
  • Constantly assesses the patient en-route to the medical facility, administers additional care as indicated or directed by medical control.
  • Data-link all tough books at the beginning of each shift daily.
  • Functions within the scope of care as defined by state, regional and local regulatory agencies.
  • Renders emergency medical and/or trauma care to adults, children and infants based on assessment findings.
  • Attends emergency and non-emergency medical request as they arise, renders on-site assistance to patients as required.
  • Performs or assists in the initial assessment and management of illness or injury to emergency patients in accordance with specified protocol and procedures.
  • Inspects emergency medical equipment to ensure serviceability and compliance with safety and infection control regulations and standards.
  • Complete patient care reports completely and thoroughly.

Duties and Responsibilities

  • Knowledge of and skill in the application of basic on-site emergency medical protocol and procedures.
  • Must be able to lift a minimum of 100lbs.
  • Must maintain strict confidentiality of all patient information.
  • Ability to pass Washington State drivers check and pass a drug urinalysis.
  • Methods and techniques of emergency medical response and ambulance transport.
  • Operational characteristic of emergency medical transport equipment.
  • Appropriate diagnosis, medical treatment, and evacuation procedures and techniques.
  • Basic principles of emergency medical service provision, first aid, life support and medical and ambulance transport.
  • Work assigned shifts including during weekends and holidays and occasionally work past end of shift.
  • Operate and maintain emergency medical apparatus and equipment.
  • Knowledge of Incident Management System.
  • Skill in performing basic life support procedures in accordance with medical protocols.

Education/Experience:

  • High school graduate or GED
  • EMT-B experience preferred but not required
  • Ability to interpret local EMT-B protocols, company policies and procedures, and apply them in specific situations

Licenses/Certifications:

  • Active Washington State EMT-B certification
  • Current on OTEP/Continuing education
  • Current AHA health care provider CPR
  • Maintain/Possess current Washington State driver?s license
  • Current Hep B vaccination

Equal Opportunity Employer, including Protected Veterans and People with Disabilities.

Education/Experience:

  • High school graduate or GED
  • EMT-B experience preferred but not required
  • Ability to interpret local EMT-B protocols, company policies and procedures, and apply them in specific situations

Licenses/Certifications:

  • Active Washington State EMT-B certification
  • Current on OTEP/Continuing education
  • Current AHA health care provider CPR
  • Maintain/Possess current Washington State driver’s license
  • Current Hep B vaccination

Source: Indeed.com
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