EMS Emergency Systems Process

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Location: EMS/911/EMA - 2144 Monroe St., Toledo, OH 43607Department: Emergency ServicesJob Status: Part-TimeHour Per Week: 19.5Rate of Pay: $29.66 - $36.03 Job DescriptionGENERAL SUMMARYUnder the direction of the Emergency Services Director, responsible for review and analysis of countywide EMS system structure and its impact on policies and procedures.ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIESConvene and facilitate collaborative processes for reviewing and analyzing Lucas County's EMS structure and its impact on policies and procedures with key stakeholders to include, but not limited to, fire chiefs, elected officials, and hospital systems.Assist in development of recommendations for the structure and impacted policies and procedures for the delivery of EMS services in Lucas County.Produce or cause to produce evaluations of Lucas County's current EMS system structure and potential alternatives.Coordinate with Lucas County Fire Chiefs and elected officials as it pertains to EMS system structure and impacted policies and procedures.Attend EMS Policy Board, Lucas County Fire Chiefs Association, Board of County Commissioner and other appropriate jurisdictional and EMS committee meetings as necessary to discuss EMS system structure and related issues.Maintain appropriate studies, records, policies and data related to the Lucas County and other comparable EMS systems as it pertains to structure and related issues.Other duties as assigned.KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS & ABILITIESKnowledge of & skilled in using word processing, Excel and Power Point software.Knowledge of EMS medical terminology and equipment related to the delivery of pre-hospital EMS.Knowledge of practices, procedures and methods used in the operation of medical transportation unitsKnowledge of pre-hospital emergency medical procedures, equipment and vehicles.Knowledge of federal, state and local laws, regulations, policies, procedures and protocols related to the delivery of EMS.Knowledge of and skilled in using effective facilitation techniques.Knowledge of and experience with data and statistical analysis.Ability to direct and facilitate group discussion.Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationship with elected leaders, executives, service providers, peers and community groups.Ability to de
Location: EMS/911/EMA - 2144 Monroe St., Toledo, OH 43607Department: Emergency ServicesJob Status: Part-TimeHour Per Week: 19.5Rate of Pay: $29.66 - $36.03 Job DescriptionGENERAL SUMMARYUnder the direction of the Emergency Services Director, responsible for review and analysis of countywide EMS system structure and its impact on policies and procedures.ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIESConvene and facilitate collaborative processes for reviewing and analyzing Lucas County's EMS structure and its impact on policies and procedures with key stakeholders to include, but not limited to, fire chiefs, elected officials, and hospital systems.Assist in development of recommendations for the structure and impacted policies and procedures for the delivery of EMS services in Lucas County.Produce or cause to produce evaluations of Lucas County's current EMS system structure and potential alternatives.Coordinate with Lucas County Fire Chiefs and elected officials as it pertains to EMS system structure and impacted policies and procedures.Attend EMS Policy Board, Lucas County Fire Chiefs Association, Board of County Commissioner and other appropriate jurisdictional and EMS committee meetings as necessary to discuss EMS system structure and related issues.Maintain appropriate studies, records, policies and data related to the Lucas County and other comparable EMS systems as it pertains to structure and related issues.Other duties as assigned.KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS & ABILITIESKnowledge of & skilled in using word processing, Excel and Power Point software.Knowledge of EMS medical terminology and equipment related to the delivery of pre-hospital EMS.Knowledge of practices, procedures and methods used in the operation of medical transportation unitsKnowledge of pre-hospital emergency medical procedures, equipment and vehicles.Knowledge of federal, state and local laws, regulations, policies, procedures and protocols related to the delivery of EMS.Knowledge of and skilled in using effective facilitation techniques.Knowledge of and experience with data and statistical analysis.Ability to direct and facilitate group discussion.Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationship with elected leaders, executives, service providers, peers and community groups.Ability to de
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