Provide emergency and non-emergency extrication services.
Respond as needed to emergency medical calls.
Operate and drive a rescue vehicle with regard to state and company safety policies.
Treat patients in accordance with established emergency medical service protocols.
Maintain a clean, professional appearance while maintaining courteous, professional, and ethical behavior while working cooperatively with other members of the emergency services system, co-workers and the public.
Perform other duties as assigned including those specific to the local operation.
Regular attendance consistent with scheduled hours.
Ability to accurately map to a destination.
Ensure all required certifications are current and remain current
Attend all Company required training related and non-related to the position of a Rescue Technician.
Completes all required Compliance Training within the required time period.
Maintain knowledge about job and rescue field.
Current CPR card
Must have a Tennessee Driver’s License at time of employment; current and in good standing
Vehicle Extrication Certification from a recognized credentialing agency.
EVOC and Vanessa K. Free Certification
ICS 100,200,700 and 800
Satisfactorily complete Company PAT
Successful back-ground and drug screening
Basic computer skills
ICS 300 and 400
Advanced Vehicle Extrication
5 years of emergency service experience
Rescue Instructor Certification
Be able to lift and manipulate equipment required for rescue operations.
Be able to assist with lifting of patients as needed.