Ambulance Attendants & Patient Transport Officers required

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Ambulance Attendants & Patient Transport Officers required.

The following job has been advertised on SEEK.com.au. If you are looking to gain qualifications for these types of roles, the minimum requirement would be the HLT31120 – Certificate III in Non-emergency Patient Transport, followed by the HLT41120 – Certificate IV in Health Care to become a Patient Transport Officer and a minimum of HLT51020 – Diploma of Emergency Health Care to become an Ambulance attendant. To find out about training opportunities in your area, click the links to read more.


The Wilson Group has been providing world class health services throughout Australia for the past 15 years. Specialising in patient transport, industrial health services, corporate and government events and clinical governance they have become a go-to provider for all medical services. They are currently looking for Ambulance Attendants and Patient Transport Officers to join their team in North and West metropolitan Melbourne.

About the role

The successful applicants will provide Non-emergency Patient Transport including the accommodation, management and transport of low, medium and high acuity non-emergency patients. Attendants will also be required to drive the vehicle in both emergency and non-emergency conditions to ensure safe and best outcomes for patients.

Applicant overview

Successful applicants will posses at least the following qualifications and experience:

  • Ambulance Attendants (ATA’s) –  Diploma of Paramedical Science (Ambulance) or equivalent is essential
  • Patient Transport Officers (PTO’s) – Certificate III Non-emergency Client Transport – HLT31120 or equivalent is essential

Other requirements include.

  • Preferably experience with Patient Transport and service delivery (not essential)
  • Ability to operate as a medical team member in a patient transport environment
  • Ability to deal with allied health professionals at both a clinical and administrative level
  • Well organised and skilled in communicating with people
  • Self-motivated and able to drive excellence in a team environment
  • Flexibility to work weekends, public holidays
  • Working with Children and Police Check
  • Full Driver’s License

For more information, to apply or to obtain a copy of the job description, please visit the job page on SEEK here. 

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