March 20, 2023
Offerd Salary:Negotiation
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Working Time:Negotigation
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What to Expect

Tesla has an outstanding opportunity available for an EHS Paramedic / Onsite Medical First Aid provider to join the team at our GFNV Sparks, NV location. The EHS Paramedic is expected to safely minimize losses associated with emergency response operations, coordinate fluid care with Tesla Medical and facilitate life safety responder management across GFNV. The Paramedic is also responsible for prioritizing and completing tasks associated with non- emergency response activities such as emergency prevention, disaster planning, safety education, and on-shift training activities. This Paramedic role will also be fully responsible for escort of all medical and/or incident response. This position directly reports to the Supervisor for Emergency Medical Services under Medical Operations.

What You'll Do

  • Medical personnel are appropriately dressed, adequately trained, and properly briefed to ensure the rapid, efficient, and effective mitigation of incidents at GFNV.
  • Works directly with Tesla Medical oversight to align on response/medical standards of care.
  • After-action verification and compliance assurance.
  • Follow and maintains Emergency Action and Response Plan procedures.
  • Follow, maintain and be proficient in following the Standard Operating Procedures outlined by Medical Oversight.
  • Assist in emergency response drills and site wide evacuation plans with SME experts to ensure site wide safety implementation.
  • Participate and occasionally lead after-action-reviews with security, ops, & fire teams as needed.
  • Assist supervisor with resources/supply for all emergency response needs.
  • Assist supervisor in drills, tabletop exercises, learning events, and after-action reviews following actual emergency events.
  • Support supervisor in continuous improvement initiatives that enhance emergency preparedness, awareness, and response onsite.
  • Support/assist supervisor in delivering and facilitating emergency response training for leaders. Production Supervisor education & training for incidents.
  • Attend training sessions (and host) as required by Tesla, read, and understand assigned materials related to emergency medical care, and providing care in On-Site Medical.
  • Performs general inspection, testing, and maintenance on life safety and emergency response equipment. Cleaning, maintaining, and supplying equipment for emergency events.
  • Accurately maintain and complete all required documentation for GFNV sites.
  • Assist with new hire orientation for new team members joining.
  • Follow and relay instructions and information quickly and accurately.
  • Other duties as assigned by EMS Supervisor.
  • What You'll Bring

  • Current NREMT Paramedic Certification
  • Current AHA Basic Life Support
  • Current AHA ACLS
  • Current AHA PALS
  • Current ITLS or PHTLS
  • ICS 100, 200, 700 and 800
  • Nevada State Paramedic License (Highly desired)
  • CEVO or EVOC (Highly Desired)
  • Must be at least 18 years old and have High School diploma or GED equivalent.
  • 5+ years' experience as first responder either as an EMT or Paramedic (911 experience).
  • Ability to work past scheduled end-of-shift with little or no notice.
  • Ability to lift or carry 200 lbs. or more with assistance.
  • Ability to tolerate wearing multiple different types of PPE for extended periods of time.
  • Ability to communicate clearly, concisely, and effectively in both written and verbal form.
  • Ability to size-up complex emergency situations and employ appropriate medical response strategies and tactics to minimize losses.
  • Ability to act in accordance with Tesla guidelines, as well as state and federal laws, regulations, policies, procedures, and statutes.
  • Ability to utilize emergency medical equipment in a proficient manner, communicate concisely, clearly, and effectively in both written and verbal form.
  • Ability to act in accordance with Tesla requirements as well as State and Federal laws, regulations, operational procedures, policies, and statutes.
  • Incident Command System knowledge and experience is required.
  • Must understand principles of mechanics, emergency response, and fundamental math
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