Locum Event Paramedic
Locum Event Paramedics are responsible for the delivery of emergency pre-hospital medical care at the scene of an illness or injury. They are also responsible for undertaking a comprehensive, holistic systematic paramedic assessment, in order to determine the needs, concerns, problems, issues, and/or diagnosis that serve as a basis for patient care. The Locum Event Paramedic is part of a wider emergency pre-hospital care team, and whilst expected to be clinically competent to practice as a sole provider with the patient, they are also expected to operate as part of a team delivering care when required. The duties of a Locum Event Paramedic are delivered in an out of hospital environment related to the cover of events. Candidates should be comfortable conducting their duties in such a temporary/out of hospital environment. Further they will be required to work on flexible shift basis for the duration of the event and will be assigned to a specific event location, but may be reassigned as the event progresses.
Education / Qualification Required
One of the following:
- BSc Nursing degree (and holding home country license as a nurse)
- Anesthetic Technician (diploma or degree) (and holding home country license as an Anesthetic Technician)
- BSc Nursing degree and EMT-B qualification
- Minimum 2 years of experience working as an Ambulance Paramedic or as a Nurse in Emergency / Critical Care. The current experience has to be in ER or ICU or as Ambulance Paramedic.
- Paramedic one of the following countries: Philippines, India, Tunisia, Jordan
- Minimum of one episode of clinical practice experience (paid employment or voluntary) in one of the following areas: Public events, Religious events, Cultural events, Sporting tournaments, Music concerts, Political rallies or events, Cruise Ship, Military Environment and Expedition or Similar
Valid and in a good Standing License in current country practicing as a Paramedic
Job Duties and Responsibilities
- Undertakes a comprehensive, holistic systematic paramedic assessment involving the patient, family and other healthcare providers, as appropriate, in order to determine the needs, concerns, problems, issues, and/or diagnosis that serve as a basis for patient care
- Maintains and demonstrates clinical competence in all aspects of patient care.
- Administers medications and therapies in a safe, timely and effective manner in accordance with Hamad Medical Corporation Ambulance Service (HMCAS) Standard Operating Procedures and Clinical Practice Guidelines.
- Attends to emergency/crisis situations calmly and effectively.
- Instigates and evaluates patient care as indicated by patient’s clinical needs.
- Initiates, develops and terminates therapeutic relationships with individuals through the use of appropriate communication and interpersonal skills.
- Demonstrates cultural competence across patient groups.
- Consistently communicates relevant, accurate and comprehensive information in verbal, written and electronic forms in a timely manner to ensure the delivery of safe, competent and ethical care.
- Works with others to affect change and produce positive outcomes through the sharing of knowledge of the individual and/or the situation.
- Participates in building consensus or resolving conflict in the context of patient care.
- Practices according to the Hamad Medical Corporation Ambulance Service Code of Professional Conduct.
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