Paramedic at Remote Medical International

On Wednesday, July 2nd, 2014

Position Overview: If selected as a remote area medical provider for RMI, you will work with a variety of industries providing medical care and rescue services as part of a high-­performance team of Project Managers, Medical Directors, and others.

RMI is a company with a global presence and perspective, and our providers work in all varieties of climates. 
Paramedic Kenyan National
Our providers use their skills and expertise in providing emergency care, leading Health and Safety initiatives, overseeing medevacs, and practicing preventative healthcare.

Typical rotations for our remote medical providers last between five weeks. Successful candidates are physically fit, team players, very comfortable with foreign travel, speak English fluently, and work well within a multi-­cultural environment. 
A demonstrated history of self-­ improvement, strong command of medicine, and exceptional medical and rescue skills are also requirements of the job.

Company Overview: Remote Medical International® provides individuals and organizations with the medical training, equipment, and support services necessary to safely and effectively pursue work and play in remote and austere settings. 

Founded in 2003, Remote Medical International has been recognized three times in the INC 500, the top 500 fastest growing companies in the United States. Renowned for a dynamic and diverse staff of experts, Remote Medical International is listed in the top ten for best places to work in Seattle. 
We pride ourselves in offering a positive and challenging work environment based on collaborative relationships and continuous learning.

Position Responsibilities

  • Provide advice and medical treatment for primary health care, general practice, and emergency situations as dictated by prevailing protocols and scope of practice.
  • Complete RMIK and client reporting requirements as dictated by project.
  • Undertake medical escort duties as required.
  • Follow RMIK and client protocols, procedures and practices.
  • Maintain clinic in accordance with RMIK and prevailing standards.
  • Represent RMIK in a professional manner at all times.
  • Maintain current professional certifications, as designated for assigned projects.
Minimum Qualifications
  • Kenyan National currently licensed as an Paramedic from the United States, the United Kingdom, Canada, South Africa, or Australia.
  • Remote or offshore medical experience
  • BLS, ACLS and PHTLS (or ITLS) certifications
  • Ability to successfully pass a comprehensive background check
  • Ability to successfully pass a medical screening
  • Ability to travel internationally without restriction
Preferred Qualifications
  • 3 years experience providing care at the paramedic level
  • HSE experience or training
Hiring Process

The nature of the industry of remote medicine means that often openings arise with very little notice. 

In order for Remote Medical International to provide the best care possible to our clients, we have a serious vetting system that strong, qualified candidates will be required to go through before a position is assigned. 
This will include a number of interviews, reference and background checks. 
Hiring happens on an as-need basis, and flexibility is always appreciated.

: Compensation is very competitive. Full-­time employees receive a regular salary, performance bonuses, and a comprehensive health benefit package. In addition, all employees are entitled to company-­funded training and advancement.

How to Apply

Please submit a current CV with professional certificates, three references and a letter stating why you are the best candidate for the job to [email protected]

Please type PARAMEDIC in the subject line of your email.

Remote Medical International is an Equal Employment Opportunity ©EEO® employer.

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