Medical Staff Volunteer

US-WA-Leavenworth
4 weeks ago
Department
MOUNTAIN OPERATIONS
Position Season
Winter
Shifts
All Shifts
Job Type
Full and Part-Time

Position Overview

Job Title:            Volunteer Medical Staff

Department:       Patrol

Reports To:        Patrol & Risk Manager, Assistant Patrol Manager, Medical Advisor

Status:              Seasonal Volunteer

 

 

SUMMARY

Performs medical interventions to assist Patrollers in emergency medical treatment of injured guests.

 

ESSENTAIL DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES

To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily.  The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required.

 

Perform emergency medical interventions at level appropriate to training.  Sign in and out with Patrol Dispatch for assigned shifts.  Be familiar with run names and chair names.  Be able to respond to emergencies when needed and describe locations of incidents.  Be familiar with radio protocols and carry a radio while on shift.  Be willing to follow through with patients that receive advanced interventions until transferred to an appropriate level of care.

 

QUALIFICATIONS

Must be a licensed medical doctor with liability insurance,  a certified EMT-B, -IV or –P, or practicing RN in Washington State in good standing. Willingness to work closely with Patrollers to provide advanced medical interventions for severely injured or ill guests.  ACLS/ATLS/PHTLS strongly recommended.  Must be approved by the Patrol Manager and Medical Advisor.

 

PHYSICAL DEMANDS & WORK ENVIRONMENT

While performing the duties of this job, the volunteer may be required to stand, walk, ski, kneel, bend, crouch, crawl, or sit, both inside and outside.  The volunteer will be called on to perform life saving medical procedures in an emergent situation. The volunteer may be exposed to inclement weather.

 

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