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NSW Ambulance is seeking a Deployment Officer to be based in Goulburn, NSW.
The Deployment Officer will support the Deputy Director Operations by coordinating strategic and operational planning and implementing processes to ensure resourcing and infrastructure is maintained to the highest standards.
Deployment Officer Job Goulburn NSW Ambulance
The successful applicant will be employed under the following conditions:
- be classified as a ‘Day Worker’ as defined in Clause 4 Definitions of the Operational Ambulance Officers (State) Award.
- may be required to work at other locations should the need arise.
- will be required take up residence in Goulburn or live within commutable distance to the station.
- will be required to maintain a Certificate to Practice.
- will be required to carry out general ambulance duties.
- Appointment to this position is subject to a satisfactory conduct and services check, which includes referee/supervisor check, a review of sick leave, review of service check register, ability to undertake full duties of the position and clearances from the Professional Standards Unit, Ambulance Education Centre and Infection Control.
- An eligibility list may be created for future vacancies.
- No Ambulance accommodation is provided.
- No entitlement to Transferred Employees Benefits (TEB).
Work Type: Permanent Full Time
Essential Selection Criteria and Experience Required:
- Applicants must as a minimum hold the Certificate to Practice relevant to the position.
- Proven knowledge of Ambulance Service operational legislation, clinical policies, practices and protocols together with extensive knowledge in the application of the Operational Ambulance Officers (State) Award in relation to operational and workforce requirements.
- Excellent administrative, computer, organisational, problem solving and decision making skills and the ability to meet competing demands in a high volume work environment.
- Excellent interpersonal, verbal and written communication skills and the ability to liaise with a range of people internal and external to NSW Ambulance.
- A knowledge and understanding of the geographical issues and limitations that affect rostering/relief capabilities in a rural setting.
- Experience in the analysis, interpretation and reporting of management information and data.
- Ability to contribute to the development and implementation of financial, human resource and operational policies, procedures and programs.
- Demonstrated people management skills, including providing staff support, staff development, performance management and the early identification of unacceptable workplace behaviours and taking appropriate action such as investigation, resolution and monitoring of harassment and bullying, grievance issues and conflict resolution.