Flight Paramedic

Company Name:
Air Evac EMS, Inc
Provides direct patient care in accordance with Air Evac Lifeteam protocols and/or online medical direction
A. Education:
? High school diploma required
? National registered EMT-P currently licensed in the states of served by assigned base
B. Skills:
? PHTLS or BTLS, NRP, BCLS, ACLS, and PALS completed prior to flight status
? CFP and CCEMT-P preferred but not required
? Ability to read analyze, and interpret health and flight-related journals, hospital reports, and job specific legal documents
? Ability to respond to inquiries or complaints from customers, regulatory agencies, or members of the business community
? Ability to perform mathematical functions
? Ability to define problems, collect data, establish facts, and draw valid conclusions
? Ability to interpret an extensive variety of technical instructions in mathematical or diagram form and deal with several abstract and concrete variables
C. Experience:
? Three years service in active pre-hospital service ACLS
? Regularly reach with hands and arms
? Frequently required to sit for long periods of time
? Occasionally required to stand, walk, climb or balance, stoop, kneel, crouch or crawl
? Frequently lift and/or move up to 100 pounds
? Specific vision abilities required by this job include close vision, distance vision, peripheral vision, depth perception, and the ability to adjust focus
? Must be able to sit in assigned aircraft seat in an upright position and restrained by a four point system while wearing a helmet
? Required to work frequently near moving mechanical parts
? Required to work in outside weather conditions
? Frequently exposed to blood-borne pathogens or airborne particles
? Frequently exposed to vibrations/turbulence
? Exposed to loud noise levels requiring headphones while in-flight
You must currently meet and maintain a weight of 220 lbs or less.
A. Flight Paramedic
? Provides pre-hospital advanced life support care from initial contact until patient care is relinquished to the accepting medical facility maintaining thorough patient care documentation
? Knowledgeable in the use and routine malignance of all equipment and supplies used by emergency programs
? Attends pre-mission briefings and mission debriefing and completes necessary documentation
? Assists in pre-mission liftoff checklist and pilot assistance when needed, i.e. radio, navigational and visual observation activities
? Conducts aircraft safety briefings as needed
? Maintains awareness of current issues related to pre-hospital care through participation in professional activities, i.e. national, state legislative-elected or appointed
? Complies with safety standards to assure safety of self, medical personnel, patient, and equipment prior to liftoff
B. Administrative duties
? Maintains documentation of required licensure, certifications, continuing education, safety, and advanced procedures in the Employee Education Manual
? Maintains positive interpersonal relationships with colleagues, EMS representative, hospitals and the public
? Participates regularly in departmental activities, projects, and committees
? Participates in continuing education programs
? Acts as a preceptor and/or participates in orientation of new employees
? Attends and participates in meetings according to established base guidelines
? Maintains competency in knowledge and psychomotor skills by participating in ongoing laboratory and clinical experiences
Air Evac Offers:
401(k) Match
Health Insurance
Dental Insurance
Employer Paid Short Term Disability
Employer Paid Long Term Disability
Employer Paid Life Insurance
Vision Plan
EAP Program
Housing provided while on hitch
Large operational area with many opportunities for transfer
Work over optional
Covers med crews while in flight

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