Our Current Vacancies

Ambulance Technicians

WORKING HOURS: Hours will be on a bank basis, ad hoc as per event requirements.

POSITIONS AVAILABLE: Part-time bank work. Self-employment basis.

THE ROLE: Providing a CQC registered medical service to events across the country. Utilising your skills in providing emergency care to patients and support additional resources on events. You will predominantly work as a crew alongside paramedics and ECAs.

THE CANDIDATE: The ideal candidate will have a genuine commitment to the provision of an efficient and effective service. You should have the ability to work well under pressure, as part of a team or unsupervised. You will be committed to ongoing training and assessment to maintain competency in all skills.

The Candidate will need to be flexible in working hours as we are operational 24/7 365 days of the year.

You will need to be an individual who can cope with pressure.

Key skills and experience required:

  • Have completed a recognised technician course eg IHCD, FREC 5, AAP or CMT1

  • Fulfil UK Right to Work & Response Services Group UK Ltd Employment guidelines

  • Hold a current UK/EU driving licence (Maximum of 3 penalty points) for a minimum of 2 years

  • Clear enhanced DBS with subscription to the Update Service

  • Blue Light Driver Training

 

All of the above MUST be filled in order to proceed with your application, this role is for qualified technicians only.

Our events are predominantly in the Yorkshire regions, the North and Midlands, however some vacancies will be for other areas. We are currently only recruiting in the South and West Yorkshire areas for this vacancy.

 

Emergency Care Assistant

Due to our continued expansion we are seeking new Bank Emergency Care Assistants (ECA) to join our events team.

In order to apply for this role, you need a full UK manual car driving licence with minimum of 2 years driving experience. You must also have a UK nationally recognised Emergency Care Assistant qualification including recognised Blue Light course. Please note: we will only consider applications with no more than 3 penalty points on your licence.

As an ECA you'll get to work in our national events sector.

The Role:

As an Emergency Care Assistant you'll be working as part of a crew on our ambulances, you'll undertake a range of work duties, both locally and across the UK. You'll work from our ambulance station in the Barnsley, South Yorkshire, providing a full range of ambulance services.

 

What we're looking for:

  • A strong work ethic

  • Flexibility in working hours - we work across a 24/7 365 working pattern

  • A proven interest in emergency medicine and the pre-hospital environment

  • Excellent communication skills

  • Ability to think for yourself

  • Ability to follow instruction

  • Be proactive in your approach to work

  • Ability to fill in and be accurate with paperwork

  • Have attention to detail

  • Ability to work on own or as part of a team

 

Our ECA induction course is 1 days long and attendance will be required at our Barnsley offices for this. Initially this role will be on bank hours, however as the year and contracts progress we will be able to offer full time contracts. It is a condition of employment that you attend this before being able to work.

Responsibilities and Duties:

  • Transporting patients between pre-arranged locations

  • Transporting Mental Health patients from hospitals and other facilities

  • Transporting and treating patients on event sites

  • Performing 3 lead ECGs

  • Assisting the Technician/Paramedic

  • Treatment of patients directly or indirectly involved in the business

  • Providing the safe transfer of patients to and from various transporting vehicles using relevant equipment and manual handling techniques

  • Provide support to wider healthcare services and healthcare professionals

  • Respond to any medical situation as required by RSGUK and partners

  • Fully complete relevant documentation and store in conjunction with company policy

  • To ensure the safety and wellbeing of patients at all times using approved current techniques and methods and when driving ambulance vehicles, to ensure that due consideration is given to other road users.

  • Ensure the vehicle is clean, fully equipped and roadworthy, ready for following day

  • To maintain patient confidentiality, in line with the Caldicott principles, at all times.

  • To provide clinical interventions and treatment to patients appropriate to your scope of practice

  • To report any defective equipment, premises or practices to the appropriate line manager in line with the Health and Safety policy.

  • To adopt a flexible approach in response to operational needs regarding duties, base/ location and hours of work.

  • To maintain personal and professional development and competency

  • To ensure you are up to date with all current training requirements for the role.

  • Providing reassurance and support to patients in your care

  • Interacting with clients and public

  • Representing RSGUK, providing a professional first impression of RSGUK at all times

 

Qualifications and Skills:

Requirements for role:

  • Have completed a recognised ECA course (some allowance with additional training FREC3/4, FPOS-I)

  • Fulfil UK Right to Work & Response Services Group UK Ltd Employment guidelines

  • Hold a current UK/EU driving licence (Maximum of 3 penalty points) for a minimum of 2 years

  • Clear enhanced DBS with subscription to the Update Service

  • Blue Light Driver Training

  • Over 25 years old (insurance purposes)

  • Full UK Manual Driving Licence Held for more than 2 years (Evidence of endorsements required)

  • Experience Driving larger vehicles (all vehicles are non C1)

  • Previous experience working in Mental Health or Health & Social Care

  • CV

  • Proof of National Insurance (Payslip or HMRC Letter)

  • Proof of Identity (Passport, birth certificate)

  • Proof of Address (Dated Last 3 months, i.e. Bank Statement, Mobile Phone Bill)

  • Enhanced DBS Disclosure Certificate (If you hold one that is on the update service)

 

Desirable:

  • Advanced driving qualifications

  • Relevant Certificates (First Aid, Safeguarding, Manual Handling etc.)

  • Pre-hospital medical qualifications FPOS-I/FREC3/4 etc.

  • Blue light certification

 

Event First Aiders

As an Event First Aider you'll get to work with our ambulance teams on various events up and down the country. Our events section is an extremely large and busy area. Hence requiring dedicated individuals to work on our behalf.

You don’t require any formal training as this will all be provided as part of our commitment to you as an employer, however if you are already qualified to FPOS-I, FREC 3 or above we would love to hear from you.

Our business runs two very separate areas, we have the events division which is large and covers events up and down the country from Motorsports to high profile Equine events. We have our Transport division also and this is where we work with clients to deliver transport services which include Mental Health and Patient Transport. All of which you can be part of if you wish (upon further training).

We are committed to delivering the very best in training to our workforce, as this role requires the very best we will train you all up to a level which is on par with FPOS-I and FREC levels. If you require to complete either of these courses we can facilitate this for you through our own training school (at cost).

The Role:

As an Event Advanced First Aider you'll be working as part of a team on our ambulances and events, you'll undertake a range of work duties, both locally and across the UK. You'll work from our ambulance station in Barnsley, South Yorkshire, providing a full range of event medical services.

 

What we're looking for:

  • A strong work ethic

  • Flexibility in working hours - we work across a 24/7 365 working pattern

  • A proven interest in emergency medicine and the pre-hospital environment

  • Excellent communication skills

  • Ability to think for yourself

  • Ability to follow instruction

  • Be proactive in your approach to work

  • Ability to fill in and be accurate with paperwork

  • Have attention to detail

  • Ability to work on own or as part of a team

 

Responsibilities and Duties:

An Event Advanced First Aider will be responsible for:

  • Treating and Triaging patients

  • Administering First Aid

  • Assisting with Basic Life Support, CPR and use of AED

  • Assisting senior clinical staff with their role

  • Providing reassurance

  • Interacting with clients and public

  • Representing RSGUK, providing a professional first impression of RSGUK at all times

 

Qualifications and Skills:

Requirements for role:

  • Over 18 years old (insurance purposes)

  • Previous experience working in Mental Health, Health & Social Care or Events

  • CV

  • Proof of National Insurance (Payslip or HMRC Letter)

  • Proof of Identity (UK Driving Licence, Passport, Birth Certificate)

  • Proof of Address (Dated Last 3 months, i.e. Bank Statement, Mobile Phone Bill)

  • ID Photo (Passport Style)

  • DBS Disclosure Certificate (If you hold one that is on the update service)

 

Desirable:

  • Full UK Manual Driving Licence

  • Advanced Driving Qualifications (IAM,RoSPA)

  • Relevant Certificates (First Aid, Manual Handling etc.)

  • Pre-hospital medical qualifications FPOS-I/FREC3/4 etc.

  • Blue Light Certification

 

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