Lifeguard Ambulance Paramedic in Brownwood, Texas

As a Lifeguard Paramedic you have the opportunity to be the best part of someone's very bad day. With this in mind, we're not just looking to hire the first individual that walks through the door. The ideal Lifeguard teammate will be compassionate, mission focused, understanding, patient, highly skilled and very customer focused.

It's our goal at Lifeguard to show our employees that we care as much for them as you do for the patients you're transporting. By offering competitive wages, attractive benefits package (including a 401k with an aggressive match), paid time off, career development guidance and training we strive to hit our goal of having an engaged and passionate workforce.

If you feel you fit the above criteria, looking for something more than just a "job" and meet the qualifications listed below we want to set up a time to speak with you either via phone, Skype or in-person.

SUMMARY:To be a success as a Lifeguard Paramedic you’ll need to be able to do the following - Administers life support care to sick and injured persons in pre-hospital setting as authorized and directed by physician. Conducts advanced life support skills as allowed by the local, state and federal protocols and assists in the delivery of seriously ill or injured patients to appropriate medical facility personnel. Provides basic information relative to identification and condition of patient. Must use sound judgment in the analysis of emergency and non-emergency situations and react calmly and quickly under those circumstances.

Responsibilities and Duties

  • Initiates patient treatment and care utilizing initial protocol treatment based on patient condition. Conducts basic and advanced life support skills including but not limited to: bleeding control, shock stabilization and treatment, emergency childbirth, splinting of fractures, airway control, assessing vital signs, spinal immobilization, lifting and moving patients, endotracheal intubation, defibrillation and cardio version and external pacing, I.V. administration, and administration of intermediate and advanced medications.

  • Responsible for safety decisions involving the patient and emergency vehicle; whether or not additional equipment should be needed and utilized; in triage, determines transport needs of patients and sets priorities.

  • Drives an emergency vehicle to and from calls to transport patient(s) in a safe and prudent manner using the most efficient route to ensure the quickest response times.

  • Assists in carrying patient(s) by stretcher or other device to emergency vehicle and secures patient inside the vehicle choosing the safest means of transport.

  • Obtains and preserves where possible samples of substances to assist hospital personnel in patient diagnosis and treatment.

  • Observes and keeps records regarding symptoms of patients.

  • Communicates information to other members of the healthcare profession, patients, family members, and other responders as necessary and appropriate.

  • Complies with all current policies and procedures.

  • Accurately and completely documents all information required by Lifeguard Ambulance, the local and state medical control, and the Ambulance Run Ticket or Patient Refusal form.

  • Completes and submits all other documentation (i.e. Daily Check Sheet) as established by local operations procedures.

  • Communicates any possible delays, customer service issues, supply shortages, equipment malfunctions and etc. to supervisor in a timely manner.

  • Ensures follow up with customers as appropriate to gain feedback on services provided, seeking opportunities for process improvement.

  • Inspects, safely operates, and maintains all equipment, supplies, and tools to meet standards set by Lifeguard Ambulance, local state, and local medical control. Requisitions and restocks supplies, material, and equipment.

  • Checks emergency vehicle regularly to ensure vehicle is in good operating condition throughout shift.

  • Cleans and maintains the cleanliness of Lifeguard Ambulance property, including but not limited to its vehicles, equipment, buildings, and surrounding area(s).

  • Maintains a safe and healthy workplace as per the standards set forth by the Occupational Health and Safety Administration (OSHA), Lifeguard Ambulance, and Lifeguard Ambulance SOG's.

  • Stays current with leading industry practices/knowledge base.

  • Maintains all required licenses and certifications by attending courses provided by local operation and medical community to obtain CEU's and CEC's.

  • Provides supervisor with documentation of current certifications and training documentation information for training file,

  • Attends all required staff meetings.

  • Remains aware of all policy changes and informational postings throughout the operation and by engaging with leadership staff.

  • Performs other duties as assigned.


  • Thorough knowledge of emergency medical service regulations, policies, and operating procedures.

  • Thorough knowledge of equipment and supplies used in emergency care of patients and victims of accidents, patient care and transport.

  • Considerable knowledge of geography of the operating area and the location of roads and streets.

  • Considerable knowledge of emergency medical procedures and techniques.

  • Working knowledge of radio communication equipment.

  • Ability to operate a personal computer and related software and to type with accuracy.

  • Working knowledge of the safe operation of emergency vehicles and compliance with all state laws pertaining to the safe operation of an emergency vehicle.

  • Ability to exercise independent judgment in determining the appropriate emergency medical treatment of a patient or a group of patients according to existing protocols and standards of care.


  • High school diploma or equivalent.

  • Minimum of 3 years’ experience in an EMS setting preferred.

  • Combination of education and experience considered.


  • Current EMT-Paramedic License.

  • ACLS certification.

  • BTLS, PHTLS, or ITLS required.

  • PEPP, PALS, or other equivalent pediatric course.

  • Valid state driver license with proper endorsements, four years of licensed and unsupervised driving experience, and a driving record that meets the approval of Lifeguard's Auto Insurance Policy Carrier.

  • EVOC or equal Defensive Driving certification.

  • Current version of NIMS training IS-700 and IS-100.

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