Patient Transport Officer – SA Ambulance Service

SA Ambulance ServicePatient Transport Officer SA Ambulance Service provides emergency medical assistance, treatment and transport, non-emergency transport and high-quality care to the people in South Australia. They are currently looking for Casual Patient Transport Officers in Adelaide Metro, which will will see you responsible for responding to requests for non-emergency care and transportation of patients.

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Demonstrating the ability to perform within complex critical thinking environments, you must be willing to provide assistance and cooperation to other staff. You will work well as part of a multidisciplinary team, utilising your effective communication skills, both written and verbal. With a flexible approach to work and rostering systems, you will be committed to using discretion and maintaining strict confidentiality at all times. Your sound interpersonal and communication skills will equip you to relate effectively to people from different cultures, backgrounds and circumstances.

Apply now to become a Patient Transport Officer

Advertised:
Applications close: Cen. Australia Daylight Time

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*Thanks to Seek & St Johns Ambulance for this information. Jobs subject to selection process and availability.

Become a Patient Transport Officer

The patient transport sector in Australia offers immense opportunity and long term career growth. As non-emergency services increase in demand, we want to ensure patients are in the best hands possible. That’s why we encourage people who are exploring this career path to complete the HLT41115 – Certificate IV in Health Care. You can then continue on to the  HLT51015 – Diploma of Paramedical Science which will increase career potential.

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