South East Coast Ambulance Service (SECAmb)
999 Emergency Operations Centre (EOC) – East
Full time (37.5 hours) or Part time hours considered
Rotating shift pattern covering 24/7 service
£30,401 to £37,267 pa plus unsocial hours payment
South East Coast Ambulance Service NHS Foundation Trust is looking to recruit staff to work as Clinicians in our 999 Emergency Operations Centres.
We are looking for registered Clinicians with at least two years’ experience, keen to progress and develop into a new career challenge.
You will be working in the emergency front line of telephone clinical assessment whilst being one of the first points of clinical contact and sometimes the first or only clinician a patient or caller may speak with when calling 999 (through hear and treat). Excellent patient care, ensuring the best patient experience is paramount in this forward thinking, dynamic team.
Experience in either pre-hospital, acute, chronic or primary care will assist you in carrying out complex clinical triage on the telephone, providing assessment, referring to the most appropriate care pathway, or sometimes providing support whilst an emergency crew are on their way, looking to get patient care right, first time, every time.
Applications from Clinicians with experience of telephone triage are also welcome.
Applications are also welcomed for Clinicians who are looking for a ‘Dual Role’ opportunity, in developing their experience and knowledge supporting their ‘face-to-face’ patient skills, with those gained through working within multi clinical disciplinary teams in telephone clinical assessment and patient management.
Full training and support will be provided to make it possible for you to transition into this role so that you can make a big difference to our patients.