Resuscitation Training Officer - 112205

International Professional Medical Recruitment for and to the Middle East


Doha

Introduction

International Medical professionals are invited to apply for these exiting 3 year contract job opportunities in Qatar. Qatar’s national healthcare delivery system is rapidly developing. This group strives to lead in developing the national health system by operating new facilities, implementing state-of-the art technologies, and recruiting the best, most qualified international talent to care for Qatar’s future. Here, you will have the opportunity to team with the best and the brightest professionals in healthcare and to provide world class patient care service for the population. This medical group has one of the biggest workforces in Qatar, with more than 2 million people living and working in Qatar, this diverse and exciting organization has more than 90 different nationalities working to deliver the best care always to their patients and the Qatar community.


Package

3 Year contract (renewable)

Single contract for unmarried candidates, while Family contract offered for married candidates.

Generous Tax free basic salary. Offered according to experience. 

From 11400 up to 21000 QAR per month (depending on experience).  21 000 QAR is +/- 7400 AUD per month basic salary. Salary paid in QAR.

Free fully furnished accommodation provided.

Transport allowance of 1250 QAR per month added to your basic salary.

Free "round trip" (to and from home country) flight tickets on joining, annual leave, and on repatriation. For those with family contract offered this will be also be applicable for your family (wife and up to 3 children up to 18 years old).

School allowance: 21 000 QAR (maximum) for up to 3 children (ages 5- 18) per child per academic year provided that they are studying in private schools in Doha.

40 days paid annual vacation days.

End of Service Award (at end of contract) which is one month's salary for each year worked.

 

The benefits outlined here are those that apply to most employees. Salary offer packages are determined by the employer. Global Medical Recruiting can assist the applicant with salary offer negotiations with the employer, but in the end the final salary package offered is at the sole discretion of the employer and not of Global Medical Recruiting.


Minimum Requirements

Educational Qualifications & Certificates:

Essential Education:

Recognised Diploma in Nursing, Paramedic certificate, Emergency Medical Technician certificate or other health care practitioner certificate (including Bachelor in medicine)

PLUS:

Valid provider resuscitation certificate (recognised by HITC), OR active instructor or nominated as instructor potential in one or more life support courses such as ALS, APLS, ILS etc.

AND Successful completion of HITCs Resuscitation Officer Certification Program either before or within 3 months of joining the post.

 

Required Certification/Licensure:

Certificate or evidence (by HITC or HITC affiliated relevant international organisations) as a provider, active instructor or nomination as a potential instructor in one or more life support courses.

AND

Certificate of completion of resuscitation officer certification program (either before or within 3 month after joining the post).

 

Essential Experience:

Nurses, paramedics and other healthcare providers require a minimum of 4 years work experience. Physicians and Dentists require at least 2 years post-primary qualification experience.


Job Specification

This is a clinical post aimed at supporting the clinical lead in the design, delivery and monitoring of resuscitation protocols, and training, for the organization.

 
Accountabilities:
1. Training of staff in all levels of resuscitation training and, in particular training on identification of the sick patient to prevent cardiac arrest and on general resuscitation issues in line with strategy and service priorities.
2. Contribute to the on-going development of organisation?s resuscitation policy including standardization of approach, training, and documentation and auditing.
3. Attend cardiac arrests (where possible), medical emergencies, and provide expert advice to the team when required, demonstrating advanced clinical competencies and knowledge or act in a monitoring role to the resuscitation team.
4. Identification and notification of any risk management issues that may arise relating to resuscitation procedures or equipment.
5. Keep accurate records to facilitate preparation of operational plans and reports, for example, annual cardiac arrests, validation of arrest calls and attendance at resuscitation training.
6. Maintain accurate and up-to-date training records for organisation?s employees who have received resuscitation training.
7. Required to create good working relationships with colleagues to promote team work, innovation, motivation and high standards of resuscitation practice, high quality care and patient safety.
8. Works closely with course directors, instructors and coordinators to ensure high quality and efficient delivery of resuscitation courses
9. Must maintain own professional development by regular teaching on relevant courses as well as by the regular review of new and updated information relevant to the practice of resuscitation and training.
10. Participate in auditing compliance with the daily checking process of resuscitation equipment throughout the organisation
11. Adhere to all organisation?s policies and procedures.
12. Assist and educate on courses affiliated with resuscitation.
13. Assist the clinical lead in the compilation of annual reports concerning the resuscitation service
14. Perform other duties as assign.

About the Employer

Premier non-profit health care provider in Doha, Qatar and the main provider of secondary and tertiary healthcare in Qatar and one of the leading hospital providers in the Middle East. Since its establishment the healthcare provider rapidly developed medical facilities capable of providing state-of-the-art diagnosis and treatment of disease.  It currently manages 12 hospitals – 9 specialist hospitals and 3 community hospitals – as well as the National Ambulance Service and home and residential care services.