17 May 2023

Full-Time Intermediate-level Paramedic – Liwa

Idacorp Inc. – Posted by JobsTeam Liwa, Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates

Job Description

The paramedic is in charge of monitoring daily clinic operations, treating patients, and building good relationships with them. The paramedic’s job comprises direct patient contact and treatment using a well-defined, well-established, and peer-reviewed procedure. The ideal applicant is upbeat, diligent, multi-tasking, and able to put patients at ease.

Job Title : Intermediate-level Paramedic
Location : Liwa, Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates
Salary : $ 30.69 per hour.
Company : Idacorp Inc.
Job Type : Full-Time


  • The paramedic will treat and transport sick and wounded patients in line with all laws, regulations, and procedures.
  • Patients’ status and other vital information will be relayed by paramedics who exhibit strong contact with the receiving hospital. Understand the relevant legal, moral, and ethical considerations surrounding emergency medical services, and provide detailed written record on patient status and treatment offered. It is imperative that paramedics maintain open lines of communication with both the patient and the patient’s family, provide reassuring words to distressed patients, and display genuine care and politeness when handling sensitive patient data. Patient care at the receiving facility requires assistance in lifting and moving patients.
  • Performs thorough patient evaluations, reassessments, and resuscitation techniques, such as intravenous fluid administration, endotracheal intubation, chest decompression, medicine administration, spine/extremity immobilization, and other specialist life support operations.
  • The circumstances of the patient are monitored during the course of treatment, and strategies or procedures are modified as necessary based on clinical judgment and prior experience in order to produce desirable outcomes.
  • Responsible for directing teams of litter bearers in the transportation of patients to evacuation vehicles, which may include loading and unloading patients from emergency vehicles, planes, and other modes of transportation.
  • The paramedic will be accountable for his or her own licensing as well as the continuing education requirements necessary for renewal. The Department will be providing education, but it is the duty of the paramedic to ensure that they have earned enough credits for their individual license renewal.
  • Climbing, lifting, balancing, walking, stooping, and handling items are all examples of physical exercise. Becoming certified, licensed, and knowledgeable in your profession is essential to your success. As a result of patient demand and location, working hours may vary. Overtime, call, backup call, nights, days, weekends, and holidays may be applicable.
  • A medical professional evaluates and treats the patient while on the way to the emergency room. Paramedics may use transport vehicles. When a medical emergency occurs, a patient’s condition or damage, treatment, and medication or treatment reactions should be documented and reported to a physician for record-keeping.
  • Any defects or mechanical difficulties with the paramedic’s supplies, equipment, or vehicle must be reported to their supervisor immediately. As required, the unit will be replenished.
  • Paramedics will treat adults, babies, children, medical, and trauma patients depending on their evaluation. Determine where to transfer patients depending on their health and injuries, unless medically directed otherwise.


  • Maintain your paramedic status on a nationwide level of registration. Workshops provide further training, and attendance at staff meetings and these workshops is expected in line with policy.
  • It is important to have an in-depth understanding of paramedic concepts, procedures and methods in addition to an understanding of different equipment, such as a monitor or defibrillator.
  • Bachelor’s degree in paramedic technology or paramedicine recommended; high school diploma or equivalent necessary. Licensing as a paramedic requires completion of an approved training program.
  • Ambulance operations include on-board systems, emergency driving, scene management, radio communication, general patient care treatments, and understanding of the equipment used in pre-hospital patient care.
  • To build trusting connections with patients and the rest of the treatment team, you’ll need to have the knowledge and skills necessary to offer standardized advanced life support care and interactions.

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Job Categories: Paramedic. Job Types: Full-Time.

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