EMS Coordinator

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ob Title: Emergency Medical Services (EMS) CoordinatorDepartment: FireReports To: Division Chief of Health and SafetyOpen Date: September 7, 2022Close Date: Open Until FilledHiring Salary: $26.20 $33.48 per hour, DOESalary Range: $26.20 $39.31 per hour, DOEJob Summary:The emergency medical services (EMS) coordinator will assist the Division Chief of Health and Safety in coordinating Meridian Fire Departments EMS program. This position will assist in designing initial and on-going training for all department members as well as facilitate training processes and evaluation procedures for field providers of Meridian Fire Department. This position will organize and schedule required EMS educational courses.Essential Duties & Responsibilities:Attends regional committee meetings such as the regional interagency committee on EMS, and medical directorate;Attends ACCESS committee meetings such as the standing written orders, training committee and the ESO working groups;Coordinates State EMS licensure and national registry certification (if applicable) for all Meridian Fire Department (MFD) employees;Facilitates monthly and quarterly EMS department training with ACCESS partners;Facilitates ACLS/PALS programs and certification;Provides EMS orientation for new recruits;Provides new recruits appropriate resources to transition their EMS licensure to the State of Idaho (if applicable);Assist and schedules phase four paramedic testing with the ACCESS medical directors;Assists as MFD liaison to regional EMS agencies hospitals and heathcare agencies;Reports to the Division Chief of EMS on work progress, including present and potential work problems; also suggests new or improved ways of addressing problems;Attends meetings, conferences, workshops and training sessions and reviews publications and audio-visual materials to become and remain current on the principles, practices and new development in assigned work areas;Works with ACCESS quality assurance (QA) personnel to help ensure EMS reports are accurate and timely;Coordinates specific Department programs or projects, also known as Areas of Responsibility (AOR) as assigned by the Division Chief of EMS;Works directly with the Division Chief of EMS to plan, develop, and direct implementation of goals, objectives, policies,
Area: Boise ›
Categoría: Empleos ›
Subcategoría: Otros empleos ›
ob Title: Emergency Medical Services (EMS) CoordinatorDepartment: FireReports To: Division Chief of Health and SafetyOpen Date: September 7, 2022Close Date: Open Until FilledHiring Salary: $26.20 $33.48 per hour, DOESalary Range: $26.20 $39.31 per hour, DOEJob Summary:The emergency medical services (EMS) coordinator will assist the Division Chief of Health and Safety in coordinating Meridian Fire Departments EMS program. This position will assist in designing initial and on-going training for all department members as well as facilitate training processes and evaluation procedures for field providers of Meridian Fire Department. This position will organize and schedule required EMS educational courses.Essential Duties & Responsibilities:Attends regional committee meetings such as the regional interagency committee on EMS, and medical directorate;Attends ACCESS committee meetings such as the standing written orders, training committee and the ESO working groups;Coordinates State EMS licensure and national registry certification (if applicable) for all Meridian Fire Department (MFD) employees;Facilitates monthly and quarterly EMS department training with ACCESS partners;Facilitates ACLS/PALS programs and certification;Provides EMS orientation for new recruits;Provides new recruits appropriate resources to transition their EMS licensure to the State of Idaho (if applicable);Assist and schedules phase four paramedic testing with the ACCESS medical directors;Assists as MFD liaison to regional EMS agencies hospitals and heathcare agencies;Reports to the Division Chief of EMS on work progress, including present and potential work problems; also suggests new or improved ways of addressing problems;Attends meetings, conferences, workshops and training sessions and reviews publications and audio-visual materials to become and remain current on the principles, practices and new development in assigned work areas;Works with ACCESS quality assurance (QA) personnel to help ensure EMS reports are accurate and timely;Coordinates specific Department programs or projects, also known as Areas of Responsibility (AOR) as assigned by the Division Chief of EMS;Works directly with the Division Chief of EMS to plan, develop, and direct implementation of goals, objectives, policies,
Area: Boise ›
Categoría: Empleos ›
Subcategoría: Otros empleos ›
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