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Emergency Medical Services Supervisor (1.0 FTE)

Building Location:

Detroit Lakes EMS

Department:

14270 Ambulance

Job Description:

Responsible for direct supervision including, scheduling, orientation/training, employee relations and performance management for assigned staff. This position will provide oversight for day to day operations: ensures accuracy of run reports and other documentation, oversees the inspection of vehicles and equipment to ensure appropriate maintenance is completed and proper stock is on hand, ensures records are maintained and supplies/medications/narcotics are appropriately accounted for.
Assists Emergency Medical Services Leadership with planning and evaluating the delivery of services. Provides leadership for education and training needs of staff and community. Provides recommendations for major purchase decision and assists the director with departmental budget review and preparation. Evaluates, updates, and enforces clinical guidelines and departmental policies and procedures. Provides medical emergency services and transport when scheduled or as needed. Ensures compliance with MNDOT and EMSRB regulations and standards.
Work Experience:
Minimum of two years experience as a paramedic.
NIMS 100, 200, 700
Over 75, need to have medical permission

Education Qualifications:

None

Licensure/Certification Qualifications:

State licensure/certification as a Paramedic or a Registered Nurse authorized to operate as a Paramedic in the appropriate state of practice.
BLS Certification
ACLS Certification
PALS Certification (or must obtain within 6 months of hire)
Possession of a valid motor vehicle operator's license as verified through appropriate licensing agency.
State Background check must provide clearance to work with vulnerable adults

FTE:

1

Shift Rotation:

Day/Eve Rotation (United States of America)

Shift Start Time:

varies

Shift End Time:

varies

Weekends:

as needed

Holidays:

Yes

Call Obligation:

No

Union:

Union Posting Deadline:



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