Intensive Care Paramedic Department of Health and Human Services

Intensive Care Paramedic (Various) Multiple vacancies

Ambulance Tasmania – lifestyle change opportunity

Becoming a paramedic means you have the option to literally work anywhere in Australia. The choice of locations is unlimited and is dependent only on your ambitions and sense of adventure.When deciding to become a paramedic, it’s never easy to make that big leap and committing to the journey.

Whether you’re looking to start out as an Ambulance Patient Transport Officer or looking to step it up and work in the private sector as an Advanced Care Paramedic – the field of paramedicine open up so many doors.

Take this recent job advertised by Ambulance Tasmania who are seeking applications from qualified Intensive Care Paramedics to join them on a permanent, or fixed term or casual basis.

These opportunities are available in the Southern Region, Northern Region and North West Region of Tasmania. What a great opportunity to work in one of the most picturesque parts of Australia.

Tasmania offers a brilliant lifestyle, with affordable housing, excellent access and choice of education located within strong and vibrant rural and urban centers. Our pristine wilderness and coastlines are on your doorstep and your work/life balance will ensure that you have the best of both worlds!

In return they offer some of the best employment conditions in Australia

  • Access to many professional development opportunities
  • Participate in generous salary packaging benefits through Maxxia – maximizing your pre-tax earnings

Ambulance Tasmania provides emergency ambulance care, rescue and transport services and a non-emergency patient transport service (HLT31115 – Certificate III in Non-emergency Patient Transport)


Through a network of 50 stations State-wide.

It also coordinates other providers of road ambulance services as well as fixed and rotary wing air services.

Medical staff from the Launceston General Hospital work with flight paramedics of Ambulance Tasmania to provide the State-wide Medical Coordination and Retrieval Service, with long distance movements of critical patients (including movements interstate) usually involving fixed wing air movements with the aircraft and pilots provided by the Royal Flying Doctor Service under contract to the Ambulance Tasmania.

Learn about paramedics and how to get started…by downloading the Australian Paramedical College ebook on how to become a paramedic.

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