Remote Medicine Inc Paramedic in Helena, Montana
This is an exciting role within Remote Medical, where you will be part of a newly formed team specifically created to be tasked with projects within the United States.
You will operate in a solo capacity in a clinic type setting providing emergent and basic care with access to top-tier telemedicine services through our Global Communication Center (GCC). Many of these sites are not considered remote by the Company standards, so should you need to evacuate a patient to definitive care, you would activate the local emergency response system. This is a "mitigate and treat on-site" position and not a transport role.
Rotations: Rotations are based on project needs, and we are seeking a team of paramedics with a flexible schedule.
Notes to Applicant: NREMT-Paramedic certification is required for this role. Should we pursue your candidacy for this role, your NREMT certification will be verified before an interview is scheduled. Although this is a non-transport role, employees may be required to drive company vehicles which will require an active U.S. drivers license from any state and the ability to successfully complete a background/driving record investigation. Due to the high volume of applications we receive, only candidates whose candidacy is being pursued will be contacted
Currently licensed as an NREMT-Paramedic with a minimum of two years experience
Current BLS & ACLS
PHTLS or ITLS certifications
Experience as a first responder in an industrial environment
Experience as a solo clinical provider
Experience in a clinic setting (urgent care, emergency room, etc)
OSHA 44 certification or similar training
Experience driving emergency response vehicles
Equal Opportunity Employer/Protected Veterans/Individuals with Disabilities
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