London Ambulance Service
Find relevant recruitment info below for Paramedic and Health Care positions below: This Page will be updated as info becomes available.
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Building a world-class ambulance service for a world-class city
With 8.5 million people from all nationalities and backgrounds living in 620 square miles and around 5,060 calls a day, almost a quarter of which are immediately life-threatening (Category A), there’s no such thing as a routine job, let alone a ‘normal’ day for the London Ambulance Service.
Factor in the world’s busiest airport on our doorstep, the enormous underground network, the busy tourist sites, and the major public and cultural events we deal with and you’ll quickly see why we place so much emphasis on finding the right people to carry out the vital work that we do. Working in London will give you a level of experience which is second to none with the opportunity to really develop your practice as a paramedic.
We strive to provide our patients with the level of care that distinguishes us as a great service provider. We are now taking fewer patients to hospital by using more alternative care pathways, treating more patients in their home and giving more advice to callers over the phone. If you’d like to join us in improving our service in London the key skills and experience required are:
To be a registered paramedic with the Health Care Professions Council UK (or be eligible to register) You must have successfully completed your paramedic studies or be in your final year and due to graduate by (Date) to be eligible to apply.
Possess a current full manual driving licence, valid in the UK. (On arrival in the UK you will need to be able to convert your license to a UK license and obtain C1 category), have recent & demonstrable driving experience, and have no more than three demerit points or equivalent in your home country.
In return, we can offer you the following benefits:
• Full conversion to London/UK paramedic requirements – this includes a comprehensive induction and supportive education programme.
• Assistance with relocation costs (for example flights and cost of transporting personal effects for you)
• Blue light ( Emergency) driving training
• Protected training and continued professional development
• A Clinical career path which is well established and expanding
In addition you will receive 27 days annual leave rising to 29 days after 5 years and 33 days after 10 years plus access to childcare vouchers, NHS Pension scheme, cycle scheme and season ticket loan for public transport.
We will be accepting applications from candidates that are experienced or newly qualified. You will need to be in a position to directly submit your HCPC application and pay the HCPC Scrutiny fee should you be successful. You can expect to be added to the HCPC register within 60 working days of paying the scrutiny fee (please HCPC guidance attached). If your application for this role is successful, you would need to be available to attend a Face to Face interview and we expect these to take place in; Perth, Melbourne, Sydney and Auckland during February 2019.
In your supporting statement, please state if you would prefer to be interviewed in Sydney, Melbourne, Perth or Auckland (with no guarantee of outcome). Should you be successful in all stages of the recruitment process and be offered employment with us, it is expected that you will start with us in June/July/August 2019.
More information via:
SA Ambulance Service
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SA Ambulance Service is a State Government agency under SA Health, that is a provider of emergency ambulance transport, clinical care and patient transport services to over 1.5 million people, distributed across an area of 1,043,514 square kilometres in South Australia, Australia.
SA Ambulance advertise through SA Health Careers. Jump on the alert list via: http://jobs.sahealthcareers.com.au/caw/en/subscribe
Current Job Pack via: https://sahealthcareers.com.au/campaign.php?id=130
Or for any other enquiries email email@example.com
St John Ambulance Service WA
St John Ambulance Western Australia services the ever-growing Perth metropolitan area with 30 ambulance depots staffed by more than 720 paramedics and patient transport officers. The metropolitan area is serviced by 30 depots staffed day and night by rotating crews, as well as four which are day ambulance locations.
Current information can found in their information pack via: https://stjohnwa.com.au/changelives/employment/employed/graduate-students
St John Ambulance Service NT
St John Ambulance NT offers eligible applicants the opportunity to gain an Authority to Practice as a Qualified Paramedic.
The program is designed to equip graduates with practical skills and on-road experience and build on the underpinning knowledge gained during study.
To be eligible to apply, applicants must hold a Bachelor of Paramedical Science (or recognised equivalent) degree from a Council of Ambulance Authorities (CAA) approved tertiary institution.
Graduate intakes will be advertised on our current vacancies page.
Ambulance Victoria (AV) is a recognised world leader in pre-hospital emergency care. We accept enquiries about work as a Graduate Ambulance Paramedic all year round. We also welcome hearing from Advanced Life Support (ALS) Qualified Ambulance paramedics who are interested in joining our innovative and professional team.
You can register your interest in working with Ambulance Victoria via the Paramedic Careers page. You will need to demonstrate:
Suitable completion of a Paramedicine Board recognised qualification. (You can register your interest while in the final semester of study).
A full Victorian driver’s licence or P2 probationary licence.
Highly developed communication skills, including fluent verbal and written English.
A good level of health and fitness.
The ability to think clearly and act quickly.
Clear decision making and judgement skills.
Adaptability and resilience.
After your expression of interest has been considered, you may be invited to attend an AV Assessment Centre.
As a Graduate Ambulance Paramedic, you will enjoy a structured, on-road supervision and learning program for your first year of employment, to help you find your feet in this amazing and challenging career.
Once you’ve completed your first year and passed the clinical assessments, you’ll graduate to become a fully Qualified Ambulance Paramedic with AV.
More information regarding employment with Ambulance Victoria can be found via:
NSW Ambulance Service
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A recent or soon to be graduate of a paramedical qualification that has been accredited by the Council of Ambulance Authorities?
Seeking a challenging yet rewarding role with one of the largest Ambulance services in the world?
Considering permanent employment or a flexible work option as an entry point to this amazing career path?
Looking for an Ambulance service that offers ongoing opportunities for professional development and growth?
Then NSW Ambulance is the service for you!
NSW Ambulance is a mobile health service provider with a long and proud service history to the community of NSW. We specialise in the provision of emergency and non-emergency, pre-hospital health care, retrieval and specialist transport services, major event planning and response, as well as community education. Our service is over 4000 strong, and operates from over 300 locations across the state of NSW.
ACT Ambulance Service
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The ACT Ambulance Service (ACTAS) is responsible for providing emergency and non-emergency ambulance services to the ACT community. The Graduate Paramedic Intern is the entry level position within the emergency operations arm of the ACT Ambulance Service. As an intern, you will be placed into a 15 – 18 month supported graduate program which includes a series of study blocks. Successful applicants will be engaged with appointment to ACT Government being subject to successful completion of all practical and theoretical components of the Graduate Paramedic Intern program (Nominal length of program is less than 18 months). For further information please email the Contact Officer.
Applications should be submitted prior to the advertised closing date and should be marked CONFIDENTIAL. Please include a completed Application Coversheet; a two page A4 statement addressing the above two capabilities for this position, showing your experience and what you can bring to the position of Graduate Paramedic Intern with ACTAS (these capabilities are listed in the "Package"); a brief employment history/resume; copy of your Bachelor degree in Paramedical Science (by whatever title) or equivalent post graduate qualification academic transcript (to date); a scanned copy of your AHPRA registration or application receipt; a scanned copy of both sides of your Class C Driver’s Licence; a points demerit transcript from the relevant motor registry authority in your State or Territory; evidence of current immunisations; which should include Tetanus and Hepatitis B completed Statutory Declaration; completed personal and medical information release consent form.
Applications should be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Queensland Ambulance Service
Graduate Paramedics - The 2018 campaign pool is currently being finalised.
Details of the 2019 campaign will be updated on this website and advertised through the QAS social media pages.
Ambulance Tasmania (AT) promotes and provides integrated high quality emergency ambulance care, rescue and patient transport to the Tasmanian Community. The roles of AT are to provide pre-hospital patient care, specialised patient transport, medical transfers and public education. It achieves this through a system of salaried and volunteer staff and the support of independent ambulance services.
The Paramedic Intern vacancies are offered on a fixed term, full-time shift work for a period of approximately fifteen (15) months for the purpose of completing a TTP Program. The TTP Program commences with a 3 week induction program. During your employment you will be mentored on road where reports are completed which map progress of independent practice. You will also be required to successfully complete clinical assessments during the program, and you will be required to undertake a driving assessment.
Information regarding employment can be found via: https://www.dhhs.tas.gov.au/ambulance/employment/transition_to_practice/transition_to_practice_program_information_package_for_graduate_paramedics
Jobs will be advertised via: https://www.jobs.tas.gov.au/
Please note: SPA takes no responsibility for the accuracy or currency of this list, and provides no guarantee that it is comprehensive. Prospective applicants should consult the relevant ambulance service regarding application requirements, deadlines of applications and all other relevant information. This list does not include advanced paramedic/intensive care job opportunities.