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Emergency Medical Services Director

Category: Management
JOB SUMMARY The EMS Director Performs Difficult Administrative Work Planning, Organizing, And Directing The Emergency Medical Services For The County. Work Is Performed Under The General Guidance Of The County Manager And Is Evaluated Through Conferences, Results Of Work, Reports, Public Feedback, And Regular Meetings Of The Emergency Medical Services Committee. ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS Designs, Plans, Organizes, And Directs The Activities Of Emergency Medical Services Department And Staff; Coordinates Procedures And Regulations; Maintains Up-to-date Policy And Procedures Manual For Employees And Volunteers; Coordinates Services With A Wide Variety Of Other Emergency Service Providers, Including Volunteer Fire Departments, Telecommunications, Hospitals, And Others. Researches, Recommends, And Obtains Needed Vehicles, Equipment, Medical Supplies, And Technology; Ensures The Security Of Medications; Ensures Proper Purchasing Procedures Are Followed. Supervises And Participates In The Hiring, Orientation, Training, Work Assignment, And Performance Coaching And Evaluation Of Staff; Develops Staffing Schedules. Develops And Recommends Capital And Operating Budget Requests; Handles Purchasing Of Equipment, Materials, And Supplies; Monitors And Administers The Approved Budget. Responds To Complaints, Questions, And Information About Services; Supervise And Participate In The Investigation Of Specific Issues; Respond To Major Medical Emergency Incidents. Assures The Maintenance, Completion, And Quality Control Of Records, Reports, And Other Information Required In This Field. Supervises The Maintenance Of Emergency Medical Facilities, Vehicles, Equipment, Supplies, And Materials. Oversees The Billing Of Services To Ensure Cost Recovery And Accuracy. Assures Compliance With Laws, Rules, And Regulations Such As OSHA, FCC, Third-party Standards, Local Ordinances, And Federal Or State Legislation. Develops Methods For Evaluation Of Programs And Systems Designed To Help With Better Resource Management. Fills In For Supervisory Or Shift Staff, As Necessary. Respond To Emergencies And Provide Oversight, Management, And Direct Patient Care As Needed. Instructs In A Variety Of EMS Training And Other Related Programs. Attends Conferences, Training Classes, Meetings And Reads Literature To Remain Current With New Trends And Developments In The Field. Serves On A Variety Of Committees For The County. Performs Other Related Duties As Assigned. Education And Experience: Requires A Bachelor’s Degree In Public Administration, Business Administration, Or A Related Field And Five (5) Years Of Related Experience, Including Supervisory Experience In Emergency Medical Services, Disaster And Emergency Preparedness, Or An Equivalent Combination Of Education, Training, And Experience That May Be Substituted For The Degree Requirement.
Employer: Camden County
Expires: 4/20/2024