Critical Care Paramedic (CCT) – 4143


JOB REQUIREMENTS: Critical Care Paramedic (CCT) – 4143
DESCRIPTION/RESPONSIBILITIES: Overview While operating under the
regulations set forth in the EMS Act and the standards of care
established by the protocols for the Critical Care Division, the
Critical Care Transport Paramedic will provide care and treatment of
chronically or acutely ill and/or injured patients transported by
Superior Air Ground Ambulance Service, Inc. Responsibilities The primary
duties and responsibilities of the Critical Care Paramedic consist of,
but are not limited to the following: Provide high quality care to
patients in the transport environment under the direction of the Program
Medical Director and the referring and/or receiving Physician in
accordance with Critical Care policies, protocols and standards of care.
Autonomously evaluate critically ill or injured patients of all age
groups (pediatric through adult), provide therapeutic intervention,
emergency interventions, and preparation for transport (via ground or
helicopter) from hospitals or accident scenes. Collaborate with other
members of the team, including, drivers, coworkers, leadership, other
healthcare partners and customers. Assess for and detect changes in
the status of patients and demonstrate a proactive approach to solving
patient and family problems. Plan, organize and position equipment
and supplies for use in emergency conditions before, during and after
transport. Maintain complete and accurate records, participate in
quality assurance programs, perform data collection and participate in
any special projects. Maintain clinical proficiency across all
aspects of the Critical Care Divisions scope of practice including
care of patients with neurological emergencies, cardiac emergencies,
pediatric emergencies, obstetrical emergencies, traumatic emergencies,
and any other patient populations transported by the Critical Care
Division. Perform all physical requirements of job in confined spaces
and under adverse environmental conditions. Complete transports
initiated with in the time frame of the scheduled shift, understanding
that completion of these transports might require extend beyond normal
work hours. Participation in all required didactic, clinical and lab
education programs and maintenance of all required certifications and
licenses. Maintain clinical competency in all critical care
procedures and equipment, including but not limited to ventilators, IV
pumps, dopplers, chest tubes, hemodynamic monitoring, Intra-Aortic
Balloon Pumps, ventricular assist devices, Impella cardiac assist
devices, transcutaneous/transvenous pacers, external ventricular drains,
and advanced airway management. Complete and maintain currency in all
areas of safety education as required by Superior Ambulance, contracted
aviation operators and other healthcare partners. Demonstrate
effective communication skills with all external and internal customers,
including patients and their families, hospital staff, the community,
other Superior Ambulance staff and Critical Care administration.
Represents the CCT program and Superior Ambulance in a professional
manner. Benefits: Flexible scheduling – full or part-time
Competitive compensation Immediate EMT / Paramedic job placement
Multiple station locations with the ability to transfer – throughout the
company Opportunity to work overtime Health/dental/life insurance
Tuition reimbursement Opportunity for Career Growth Superior
Air-Ground Ambulance Service, Inc. is committed to attracting and
retaining the best talent. We are an Affirmative Action/Equal
Opportunity Employer. Qualified applicants of all backgrounds are
encouraged to apply. M/F/V/D Equal Opportunity
Employer-minorities/females/veterans/individuals with
disabilities/sexual orientation/gender identity OTHER
REQUIRED Minimum 2 years of ALS experience State EMT-P License
AHA BLS Certification DESIRED National Registry Paramedic ACLS,
PALS, NRP, & Trauma (PHTLS, ITLS) Certification FEMA Certifications
(100,200,700,800,HazMat) CCEMTP Certification or completion of CCP
course with 12 hrs CCT CE annually Critical Care Transport Board
Certification (FP-C or CCP-C) Experience managing ventilators, IV
pumps, & chest tubes Leadership experience (e.. FTO, PIC, Preceptor,
NRP, Trauma (PHTLS or ITLS), & FEMA (100,200,700,800,HazMat)
Certifications System entry into local EMS System Expanded Scope
ALS Training Program Critical Care Paramedic Training Program (CCP or
CCEMTP) Critical Care Continuing Education APPLICATION
Other: Applicants ONLY to apply via URL link provided!