Ambulance Life, TOP 5 Job opportunity in Abu Dhabi, Luxembourg, Australia and United States

There are many Countries in need of skilled professionals for the Pre-Hospital sector. Find your way with that weekly chart that shows you the five most exciting job opportunity for ambulance professionals.

There are many Countries in need of skilled professionals for the Pre-Hospital sector. Find your way with that weekly chart that shows you the five most exciting job opportunity for ambulance professionals.

Are you involved in the pre-hospital services but you don’t love the way is it performed in your country?
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The Paramedic works with the team to respond, treat, and react quickly and calmly to emergency and non-emergency situations in order to provide efficient and immediate, advanced and basic life support, care to the ill and injured. The Paramedic ensures that during a shift that the assigned unit is properly equipped, stocked, and prepared to respond to a single or multiple patient incidents. The Paramedic is responsible for their schedule and finding coverage in the event that they are not available to cover a shift. Shift work requires a mixture of day, night, twenty four hour and on call coverage to ensure adequate coverage for the service.

The following qualifications are the minimum requirements necessary to adequately perform this job. However, an equivalent combination of experience, education and training which provides the necessary knowledge skills and abilities would be acceptable, subject to any legal and/or regulatory requirements.

Experience and Qualifications:

Current North Carolina Paramedic, National Registry Preferred.
Two years experience as a full time Paramedic is desired.
Life Safety certifications in: BLS, ACLS, PALS/EPC/PEPP are required upon hire and must be maintained. Must attain BTLS/PHTLS/ITLS within 6 months of hire and maintain.

The amount of physical effort remains fluid throughout the shift, but many excursions is consistent. The fixed demands of the job are lifting, securing, and transporting patients to the unit and hospital. To accomplish task an employee is required to twist, bend, walk, run, kneel, and lift. These functions are often accomplished in adverse weather conditions. In addition, this individual must often deal with obese and/or uncooperative in their actions. The duration and weight is dependent on the situation, but employees should be able to lift 100 lbs. and duration of events often lasting greater than one hour per call.

Lawrenceburg, IN, United States

Respond to requests to transport patients to and from appointments ranging from physician’s visits, dialysis, hospital discharges, etc. via ambulance. Provide basic emergency and non-emergency medical care and transportation under the guidelines of approved Company medical protocols, Standard Operating Procedures, and within the EMT scope of practice as defined the State of Indiana Division of EMS. Provide a welcoming, safe and comfortable environment for patients by ensuring patient needs are met during transport. Candidates must be able to effectively communicate both verbally and through written documentation, as well as effectively respond to and interact with all levels of organizational staff. Company will provide hands on training and offers continuing education courses/certification.

Job Type: Part-time

Salary: $24,960.00 to $45,760.00 /year

License: Indiana (Required)

Overtime often available: No

Start time 7AM End time: 7AM

Pre-Hospital Consultant Emergency Medicine
Zayed Military Hospital, Abu Dhabi


Zayed Military Hospital (ZMH), a 350-bed Military Hospital located in Abu Dhabi, is seeking to appoint experienced full time Consultants. The successful applicants will complete a dynamic team, primarily Western-trained consultant colleagues providing care in the largest Trauma care in the UAE. You will have the opportunity to continue to develop your career while enjoying an excellent work life balance in a beautiful and amazing country. The post attracts generous remuneration.

It is anticipated that the successful candidate will have CCT and have worked at consultant level in a busy tertiary Trauma for at least five years.


Royal Flying Doctor Sevice South Eastern Section
Dubbo (LGA), North Western Region (AU)


The Royal Flying Doctor Service of Australia (RFDS) South Eastern Section has opportunities for Emergency Medicine Registrars to join our Dubbo Base for a 12 month period. We have two opportunities for the August 2019 intake. The position of Registrar with RFDS offers a unique and diverse experience with a mix of emergency medical retrievals (primary and interhospital) and emergency medicine.

Based in Dubbo, with rotations to Broken Hill, Registrar’s work 0.5 in Dubbo Emergency Department and 0.5 Retrieval with RFDS concurrently. Both sites are accredited with ACEM (6 months training for Emergency Medicine and 6 months for a Special Skills term in Pre-hospital and Retrieval).

Our standards:

Minimum 5 years post graduate experience
12 months critical care (ED or ICU) and at least 6 months of Anaesthetics experience
Experience in the management of critically ill patients including trauma
Knowledge of ALS, APLS, ATLS (or equivalents) and modern critical care practice
Evidence of competency in procedures relevant to critical care medicine


Pre hospital experience
Experience in regional/rural/remote/telehealth medicine
Obstetric experience
Working in high functioning teams
Australian permanent resident/citizen

You will be well supported with regular medical training and there is tremendous scope to develop your skills as a clinician in a supportive but demanding environment.

Benefits include:

Generous salary and salary sacrificing and annual leave provisions
Fully furnished housing and contribution towards relocation
Two weeks study leave, six weeks annual leave per annum
Access to regular medical training and a dedicated individual budget for professional development
Professional subscription coverage
Visa and AHPRA support will be negotiated with successful candidates
Opportunity to work in outback Australia with an iconic organisation providing a health valuable service to rural and remote communities

Applications close: Wednesday 23 January 2019


Flight Nurse, Intensive Care & Emergency Medicine
Ettelbrück Luxembourg (LAR)

Holding a nurse qualification with at least a 4-year experience in intensive care and emergency medicine
Being in possession of an authorization to practice in the Grand-Duchy of Luxembourg
Fluent in English, French and/or German; the knowledge of every supplementary language is an asset
Acting in a professional & responsible manner
Having team spirit & being communicative
Being flexible & able to cope with an environment in permanent evolution

Your mission:

Ensuring paramedical care of patients. Transported by company own rescue helicopter or ambulance jet or ground ambulance. Transported by charter flight

Based at Luxembourg Airport / Hospital “Centre Hospitalier du Nord” in Ettelbrück (L).


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