Paramedic Jobs in Australian Army

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Location: QLD – Townsville, Brisbane; NSW – Sydney, Newcastle; ACT – Canberra; VIC – Melbourne; SA – Adelaide; WA – Perth; and TAS – Hobart.
Classification: Combat Service Support Battalions, Health Support Battalions/General Health Battalions

About This Role

RAAMC are looking for combat paramedics that will be responsible in providing every aspect of health care to support and maintain the health and well-being of Army personnel.

The chosen candidate will provide independent pre-hospital emergency care, evacuation of casualties, resuscitation for the sick and wounded, and limited primary health care.

CBT Paramedic must be able to cope with conventional/unconventional injuries and illnesses in a variety of situations and environments, and they effectively form the first line of defence for emergency response and evacuation on the front line.

Applicants Must Hold

  • Completion of Australian Year 10 education (or equivalent) with passes in English and Mathematics.
  • Proof of a qualification of a minimum of a Diploma of Emergency Healthcare or equivalent/ higher paramedic qualification;
  • Evidence of employment as a current practising state-based Paramedic including:
    a letter from the member’s employer outlining the applicants level of practice
    and a Licence/Certificate of Practice or equivalent if available
  • Copy of current treatment protocols / guidelines authorised to use in accordance with current civilian employment.

*Note: You will be required to present employment qualifications and proof of current registration during the recruitment process for recognition by the Army School of Health. Applicants from other employers/institutions such as mines or oil rigs will not be accepted.

About the Army Reserve

The Australian Army is a versatile and modern fighting force that helps maintain the security of Australia. We also provide critical support to communities in need, both here and overseas.

The Army vows to protect “Australia“, “their interests” and “their people.” They also play a significant role in supporting humanitarian and disaster relief operations worldwide.

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