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Georgia EMTs or Paramedics



Ad placed  8/11/2014
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General Function:
An EMT responds to emergency and non-emergency ambulance calls to render appropriate medical care to the patient and provide safe transportation to the appropriate destination.
Interpersonal Skills/Behaviors: treat co-workers with dignity and respect at all times. Work as a team.
Complete any required hands-on skills training.
Complete training as required.
Assure compliance with safety regulations and policies.
Perform any other tasks required.
Qualifications:
High School Diploma or equivalent.
Ability to read, write, and speak the English language fluently.
Current certification as a Georgia Paramedic and current ACLS certification.
Lifting: must be able to demonstrate ability to lift patient weighing 200 lbs, on stretcher, with assistance; must demonstrate ability to move patient weighing 200 lbs. from bed to stretcher, with assistance; must demonstrate ability to lift patient weighing 200 lbs, on stretcher, up three steps and down three steps, with assistance.
Demonstrate ability to work well with people, both internally and with external customers.
Required Experience:
Prior EMS field experience is preferred but not required
Physical Requirements:
Talking: expressing and exchanging information and ideas by means of spoken word. This is important for those activities in which workers must impart oral info to patients and/or to general public and in those activities in which they must convey detailed and important spoken instructions to other workers accurately and quickly.
Color vision: ability to identify and distinguish colors.
Confined/restricted working environment: work is performed in the field and in the ambulance.
Frequent bending or stooping.
Frequent standing.
Frequent walking.
Occasional climbing stairs.
Frequent driving.
Frequent heavy lifting.

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