Primary Job Functions
- High school diploma or GED. Ability to read, write and follow verbal and written instructions is required. Ability to multi-task be self-motivated and organized. Completion of the formal Emergency Medical Technicians/Basic course is preferred. Current license, issued by the State of New Mexico Emergency Medical Service Bureau, as an Emergency Medical Technician/Basic, is preferred. Specialized short-term training in Stocking practices required within nine (9) months of start date. Current valid New Mexico driver’s license is required. Ability to type 20 wpm preferred. Basic MS Windows computer skills preferred.
- Wash, vacuum, clean and waxes ambulance and service vehicles according to maintenance schedules. Cleans and inspects the outside of AAS vehicles using the cleaning agents provided in accordance with OSHA usage and guidelines for said agents. Removes heavy road grime and material from wheels and clean tires. Cleans, inspects, and vacuums the ambulance cab area, including the dash, console, floor, walls, and under the seats. Cleans, disinfects and inspects the patient compartment area including the supply shelves and compartments as needed in accordance with the unit cleaning schedule or as required though usage.
- Obtain certification to operate Bioquell system within three (3) months of hire.
- Washed, cleans, and vacuums supervisor vehicle and other company vehicles as needed.
- Reports any new damage or other problems, including potential safety hazards noted upon inspection to the Supervisor or their designee.
- May check and verify appropriate fluid levels of during daily cleaning and inspections.
- Cleans and inspects the emergency warning lights and siren horns, turn signals, engine belts, tires, batteries, headlights, and related equipment daily or as assigned by the Fleet Operations Manager.
- Responsible for maintaining inventory and assuring cost control through proper utilization and tracking of all supplies used by field staff. Oversees compliance to required check out and check in procedures, including logging all stock use via company specific computer scanning system.
- Provides weekly inventory for ordering of supplies, and provides oversight of fluctuations in standard usage models to guarantee adequate par levels for patient care.
- Responsible for maintenance, cleaning and functionality check of all equipment, including but not limited to pulse oximetry, cardiac monitors, computer laptops, monitor and gurney batteries, portable suction units, and IV pumps. Includes use of CDC compliance cleaners and disinfectants to meet OSHA standards in addressing all potential biohazards.
- Performs scheduled and random audits of drug boxes to ensure compliance with all pharmacy regulations. Documents rotation, replacement and proper expiration control of all pharmaceuticals including narcotics. Requires knowledge and competency in of the McKesson Narcstation for the check-in and out process of Narcotics, perform audits, and preform refills for used narcotics.