Full Time: Days
EMT P Clinical Manager – FT sign on bonus of $8,000.00
EMS – Clinical Manager:
Under the direction of the Chief and Deputy Chief, with minimal supervision, oversees all aspects of daily clinical operations. The Clinical Practice Supervisor oversees all clinical aspects, training, education, compliance with federal and state regulations, along with employee benefits and human resources. The Clinical and Education Lieutenant and Field Training Officers report directly to the Clinical Practice Supervisor. The Clinical Practice Supervisor is assigned to an administrative position with backup emergency response duties as an operational lead paramedic on an ALS transport ambulance. The Clinical Practice Supervisor is responsible for ensuring that the functions and activities are performed in a legal and efficient manner.
- Responsible for the interview, testing, selection and orientation of new members in conjunction with Deputy Chief and Chief.
- Knowledgeable of all aspects of daily duties performed by members.
- Responsible for development of protocols with members of CHEMS and the Medical Director.
- Responsible for keeping protocols current and members informed of changes.
- Participate in policy development in concert with the Deputy Chief and Chief.
- Provide or coordinate education such as CPR to staff and/or members of the community.
- Assist members with certifications and other special educational needs.
- Ensure that all members are compliant with their certifications, licenses and accreditations.
- Oversee all training, education and clinical aspects of CHEMS.
- Oversee and evaluate the Field Training Program.
- Oversee the Comprehensive Clinical Management program.
- Oversee the Continuous Quality Assurance program.
- Input given for and recommends medical equipment, supplies and medications to keep the agency progressive and providing the highest level of care possible.
- Be available always while on duty and when off duty by radio, email or phone.
- Provide regular reports on system performance, adherence to standards of care and provide recommendations for improvements.
- Evaluate work performance of subordinates and provide feedback for professional growth and/or direction for corrective action where appropriate.
- Interprets policy and protocol to subordinate personnel.
- Provide input into agency policy, planning and objectives, as well as participate in short and long-range agency planning.
- Plan, evaluate, assign and coordinate multiple tasks and projects for assigned responsibility.
- Handle personnel problems and discipline as necessary, requested and/or required.
- Initiates internal investigation as required in personnel misconduct, complaints, inquiries and incidents; researches, approves, implements and documents counseling and/or disciplinary action.
- Respond to 911 emergencies to assist as needed, if available, on major incidents to provide support to responding crews. Responds to 911 emergencies and provides Incident Command on-scene as needed for emergency calls involving hazardous materials, natural and human-made disasters, rescue and other critical incidents; coordinates activities with other agencies.
- Attend community and public events to establish networking and business opportunities with prominent members of the community.
- Maintain leadership training and continue to grow with EMS and help continue the growth of CHEMS.
- Regularly attends EMS leadership training.
- Regularly attends regional, state and national EMS training opportunities.
- Assist the Deputy Chief and Chief with interagency relations.
- Works in conjunction with the Deputy Chief and Chief on the selection of new equipment and supplies.
- Acts as a role model and mentor staff, probationary members and students.
- Maintain a high professional image always.
- The duties listed above are normal for this position. The omission of specific statements of the duties does not exclude them from the position if the work is similar, related or a logical assignment to the position. Other duties may be required or assigned.
- At least one (1) year of experience at CHEMS or prior experience in a management role in EMS.
- Knowledge of all CHEMS policies, procedures and protocols.
- EMS Instructor or ability obtain within 1 year of acceptance of promotion.
- Preferred EMS Coordinator license issued by TDSHS.
- Basic knowledge of all phases of EMS.
- Maintain a current Paramedic certification or license issued by TDHSH
- No previous dismissal, involuntary termination from CHEMS.