Responsible for administering pre-hospital and advanced life support care to critically ill or injured persons and providing a safe environment for patients during transportation to and from the Medical Center. High School Graduate or Equivalent. License/Certification: Virginia Department of Health Emergency Medical Technician - Intermediate or Paramedic (EMT-Cardiac with ability to transition to Intermediate in one year), current CPR card, and valid U.S. Drivers License, ACLS and PALS. Must be affiliated with TJEMS and / or CSEMS agency as a primary agency. Must be a released provider with primary agency and must have EVOC certification and be a released driver to transport patients emergent and non-emergent. BLS certification required. Employment in this job is conditioned upon satisfactory completion of a drug test.
Pay,Benefits, & Work Schedule
Work schedule: 4 hours/week as needed; non-benefitted
Health System Overview
The University of Virginia Health System is an academic health care center associated with the University of Virginia in Charlottesville. The health system includes a medical center (with main hospital, children's hospital, and clinic network), school of medicine, and health sciences library. The health system provides inpatient and outpatient care and patient education and conducts medical research and education.
Based in Charlottesville, the Health System also operates satellite locations throughout Virginia, in Albemarle, Amherst, Augusta, Campbell, Fluvanna, Louisa, Nelson, and Orange counties.
Charlottesville is a mid-sized city in the rolling foothills of the historic Blue Ridge Mountains that offers many of the cultural, educational and professional advantages of a large metropolitan area.
Charming for both its academic and recreational and leisure opportunities, including hiking, biking, canoeing, rappelling, golf and other athletics, as well as theater and music, Charlottesville is consistently acclaimed by publications as one of the most livable cities in the country. Shopping, dining and entertainment, as well as convenient proximity to the beach or Washington DC, make Charlottesville an ideal place for families, singles and active adults.
Charlottesville consistently ranks high on quality-of-life assessments:
- Best City to Live in USA & Canada (Frommer's Cities Ranked & Rated)
- One of the Best Places to Live (Money magazine)
- One of the Best Places to be Found and Seven Dream Towns That Have it All (Outside magazine)
- Healthiest Place to Live in America (Kiplinger's Personal Finance)
- Best Place in the Country to Raise a Family (Reader's Digest)
- Healthiest City for Women (American Health)
- Best Tennis Town (Tennis magazine)
- Best Place to Live in America (A&E Television)
- One of the Best Small Places for Business and Career 2001 (Forbes/Milken Institute)
Equal Employment Opportunity
The University of Virginia is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer.
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