Williamson Medical Center is hiring a Paramedic or A-EMT in Frankllin, TN. This is a full-time position that is eligible for an excellent benefit package offering medical, dental, vision, flexible spending accounts, voluntary life, short-term disability and long-term disability, free individual membership to Williamson County Recreation Centers and more!
At Williamson Medical Center, our employees are more than just another number. To us, they’re family. They’re smart, talented, compassionate, dedicated, and an overall joy to be around. We’re certainly blessed to have the best of the best working here from the cafeteria to the operating room.
But as Williamson County and surrounding areas continue to grow, so must we. That’s why we want YOU to join our family!
Williamson Medical Center is an equal-opportunity employer and a drug-free workplace.
The role of the Paramedic is to provide pre-hospital emergency medical care and transportation for the sick and injured. The Paramedic is responsible to maintain a high level of professionalism and customer service at all times. Appropriate care is determined by the policies and procedures of Williamson Medical Center, in accordance with State regulations and accepted standards of care.
Formal Education / Training:
Tennessee Licensed Paramedic
Associates Degree Preferred
Valid Tennessee driver’s license with “F” Endorsement; must be insurable
Minimum of one year emergency pre-hospital experience preferred.
Equipment and Skills Training:
Employees are required to complete annual education and in-service training for all types of medical, traumatic and behavioral emergencies and equipment used in assessment, treatment and transportation of patients.
Potentially high-risk environment. Duties are performed indoors and outdoors in all weather conditions, disaster and mass casualty incidents. Patients may present with any of an unlimited number of disease, illness, injuries, personalities and emotional states. Environment includes operations of, and performing work functions within emergency vehicles, including ambulances. Prolonged exposure to temperature extremes may also be encountered.
Must be able to utilize devices for patient movement, including all functions of ambulance stretcher, with 250-pound weight, with partner. Must be able to walk, crawl, stand, sit, climb, stoop, run and kneel to access patients. Must be able to carry patients and equipment over varying distances, terrain and up or down stairs. Must be able to carry the EKG monitor and jump bag unassisted.
1 Uniform and Appearance
3 Policy and Procedures
7 Daily Duties
8 Patient Care
9 Scene Management
11 ESO and Paperwork
13 Vehicle Operations