GRADE 3 ILS REF NO: OPS/2019/14
SALARY : R169 176 per annum (plus benefits) finally, salary will be determined by experience attached to the professional category.
CENTRE : Various EMS Districts
REQUIREMENTS : Grade 12, AEA certificate with registration with current HPCSA of Ambulance Emergency Assistant. Previous experience in emergency care environment will be an added advantage. Valid driver’s license Code 10 and valid professional driver’s (PrDP) permit for transporting patients.
DUTIES : Responsible for patients within the scope of practice of intermediate life support. Transporting patients as part of planned Patient transport and interfacility transfer system under Emergency Medical Service. Providing emergency medical care and related assistance during special events. Responsible for care and proper management of Emergency Medical Services resources. Provide emergency medical assistance and other duties required by Directorate. Provide quality assurance to Basic Life Support Officers in the implementation of appropriate measures. Perform any other duties as delegated by the supervisor. Candidates are expected to work shifts, they should be mentally and physically fit to perform their duties. Eligible candidates will be subjected to a medical, practical and theoretical evaluation(s). Perform any other duties as delegated by the supervisor.
ENQUIRIES : Ms VM Bodiba Tel No: (011) 564 2263 118
APPLICATIONS : Applications must be delivered directly to Emergency Medical Services, Continuity SA, Growth Point Business Park, Corner old Pretoria Road and Tonetti Street, Midrand or posted to P.O Box 8311, Halfway House 1685.
NOTE : Applications must be submitted on a form Z83, obtained from any public services department or on the website, which must be completed in full. Id copy and all qualifications must be certified. Certification must be less than 3 months. Successful shortlisted candidate will be subjected to a competency test on call taking and dispatching via computer aided system. CLOSING DATE : 08 November 2019