Becoming a Paramedic in the Ambulance Service of New South Wales is to join the ranks of some Australia’s finest emergency medical professionals. You new career will be marked by courage, compassion and medical expertise. You will be equipped with the responsibility and experience each day to provide life-saving emergency medical care to the citizens of New South Wales.
This position provides front line out of hospital care, medical retrieval and health related transport for sick and injured people in an emergency and non-emergency setting, accurately assessing and documenting patients’ health and medical needs to determine and implement appropriate paramedical care in line with NSW Ambulance policies and procedures.
New South Wales Ambualnce has 3 training pathways. Trainee Paramedic (Vocational entry), Trainee Paramedic (Graduate entry) and Qualified Paramedic pathway. The role we are discussing is the trainee paramedic role.
To apply visit the iworkforNSW website and follow the prompts. You will need to include:
‘It’s a very self-satisfying career’
“I think it’s a very self-satisfying career that is expected to expand with job opportunities over the next few years. I have had a look at a few entry pathways to gaining my degree; and I hope this option is the most time efficient way to securing a degree.” – APC Paramedic student
For more information on paramedic training call 1300 377 741.