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Lyndon Rescue, Inc.is a 501(c) 3 nonprofit corporation located in Vermont’s Northeast Kingdom. Lyndon Rescue serves 15 comminutes covering over 600 square miles of Vermont’s most remote area and transports to 3 community hospitals; North Country, Northeastern Vermont Regional and New Hampshire’s Upper Connecticut Valley. Additionally, Lyndon Rescue provides both emergent and non-emergent patient transfers to 2 level 1 trauma centers; The University of Vermont Medical Center and New Hampshire’s Dartmouth Hitchcock Medical Center.

POSITION PURPOSE AND SUMMARY:
Under the Director of Operations and/or their designee, the ideal Paramedic will perform duties associated with a high standard of patient care in both the emergent and non-emergent setting in accordance with all applicable laws, regulations and Lyndon Rescue policies and procedures.

ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
The Paramedic must possess and apply knowledge and skills necessary to perform the duties of a Paramedic in a dignified and compassionate manner, including but not limited to:
Representing the Company by being courteous, professional, and a patient advocate.
Responding to emergency, non-emergency and interfaculty transfer calls calmly, efficiently and promptly.
Administering basic and advanced life support to patients at the scene, en route to the hospital and in a pre-hospital setting in accordance with and defined by federal and state laws and regulations, company policy and procedure and local and regional Medical Control direction and protocols.
Communicating with professional medical personnel and treatment facilities to obtain instructions regarding further treatment and/ or to arrange reception of patients to the appropriate center;
Completing patient care forms, billing forms, evaluation forms, and all other forms in a competent and timely fashion.
Operating and driving vehicles with regard to state and company safety policies.
Monitoring communication equipment to maintain contact with the dispatch centers.
Assuring that vehicles are in good working condition at all times, are properly maintained and stocked, have all necessary equipment and this equipment is in good working order at all times.
Maintaining a clean, professional appearance of vehicles, equipment and person.
Consistently regular and punctual attendance with scheduled hours. Willing to work overtime as needed.
Ability to maintain confidential information in a manner consistent with applicable laws including but not limited to HIPPA.
Performing other duties as assigned.

Job Requirements

Required Education: High School Graduate or equivalent

Licensing/Registration/Certification:
Valid Vermont Driver’s License.
Satisfactory driving record in accordance with the Company's Driving policy
Current Vermont paramedic license or ability to obtain, CCP preferred
Current CPR certification card.
Current ACLS certification.
Current PALS certification.

Experience: At least 2 years working as a Paramedic is preferred.

Skills, Knowledge and Abilities:

The Paramedic must be able to:
Communicate effectively both verbally and written.
Read, write, spell and orally communicate clearly in English.
Do basic math and working knowledge of fractions
Work independently.
Be a good team player.
Understand customer service internally and externally.
Be safety conscious.
Use sound judgment.
Make quick decisions and solve problems.
Utilize time management - prioritizing and planning.
Demonstrate good organizational skills.
Proficiency with PCs, mobile technology (cell phones, tablets) and computer software and applications.

Physical Requirements:
Effectively communicate. Speak clearly and listen.
Long periods of sitting from 1 to 12 hours.
Frequent ability to lift, carry, push, and pull greater than 100 pounds without assistance on a daily basis.
Frequent near and far sight acuity, depth perception, color vision, field of vision, concentration, judgment, and writing ability.
Frequent, intermittent climbing, walking, balancing, stooping, kneeling, crouching, crawling, reaching, handling, dexterity, feeling, and smelling.
Moderate exposure to weather, extreme heat/cold, wet and/or humid conditions, noise intensity level, darkness/poor lighting, moving mechanical parts/hazards, confined spaces, exposed places, dirt/dust, odors, and other environmental conditions

Email Address:
jobs@lyndonrescue.net

• Location: Lyndonville

• Post ID: 4008313 burlington
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