When you call Valley Med Flight you are assured of the highest quality care for your patient. Our service is both complete and comprehensive. We understand the demands on your time and your priorities. Because we oversee all phases of the transport process, bed-to-bed, air and ground, you can focus on the patient while we address the logistics of the transport. Strategically located to respond to the needs of the Mid-Western states, we execute thousands of calls per year with the most highly trained professionals. We are fully dedicated to the local healthcare network and understand better than any other air medical provider in the area how to successfully operate a program in such an amazing region.
The following is NOT intended to serve as a comprehensive list of all duties performed by all employees in this classification. Shown are duties intended to provide a representative summary of the major duties and responsibilities. Incumbent(s) may not be required to perform all duties listed or may be required to perform additional, position-specific duties.
DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES:
The Base Manager is a Flight Nurse or Flight Paramedic that has assumed the additional responsibilities as a manager of multiple bases to coordinate base operations and ensure the accomplishment of organizational activities.
The Base Manager is responsible for safe and efficient regional operations to include:
The position reports to the Program Director. The Base Manager oversees the daily activities of medical staff assigned to their base.
Valley Med Flight operates 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, and all holidays, requiring the incumbent to work rotating or multiple shifts, non-traditional hours, and may require short turnarounds. The incumbent is constantly placed in stressful situations requiring him/her to be aware of the ever-changing situations associated with field work including but not limited to: adverse weather conditions, hazardous material exposure, loud noises, dealing with confused and agitated patients, exposure to unknown diseases and working in a restricted area. The incumbent must be able to walk, stoop, climb, twist, bend, run, sit, squat, kneel, and work in awkward positions when moving patients from all types of locations and within the ambulance/aircraft. Incumbents must also be able to lift patients from the ground into the ambulance/aircraft with minimal assistance.
Guardian Flight is an equal opportunity employer and as such, affirms in policy and practice to recruit, hire, train and promote, in all job classifications without regard to race, color, religion, gender, age, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability status or status as a protected veteran.
Reasonable accommodation will be provided for qualified individuals with disabilities and disabled veterans in job application procedures. We believe that diversity lends a regional, national, and global advantage to the clients we serve. Our workforce consists of dynamic individuals, with a range of backgrounds, talents, and skills.