Eagle County Paramedic Services (ECPS) seeks a Clinical Manager to join our Clinical Department to help fulfill our vision to be a world leader in out-of-hospital healthcare. This is a full-time, year-round position with excellent compensation and benefits.
This position develops, coordinates and implements all elements of the Continuous Quality Improvement, training, and clinical policies and procedures for Eagle County Paramedic Services. The manager supervises the clinical specialists and trainer(s) and helps direct and give administrative support to the P5 groups.
Interested? Peruse the description below and submit your resume. We look forward to hearing from you.
ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
- The manager collaborates with the Chief Clinical Officer (CCO) on internal field staff training to include hands-on skills verification, waiver specific training, and monthly and ongoing continuing education.
- Collaborates with CCO with state agencies to assure compliance with statutory certification, education requirements and scope of practice.
- Manages the day-to-day operations of the Continuous Quality Improvement (CQI) program for the District.
- Provides quality oversight for the Community Health department.
- Supervises and assists one or more Clinical Specialists in developing, coordinating, implementing the internal training program for district employees.
- Maintains appropriate records and files regarding field training and CQI, ensuring CQI activities are completed in a timely fashion.
- Develops policies and procedures regarding training and medical procedures with the CCO and medical directors.
- Assists CCO with budget planning of the training and CQI programs.
- In coordination with the CCO, determines long and short-term strategic planning for clinical programs.
- In absence of CCO, serves as a liaison to hospitals, including participation in trauma committee and department meetings, other critical care providers and Medical Directors.
- Coordinates the activities of the CQI, Field Training Instructors and training supplies.
- Directs and supports the P5 groups.
- In cooperation with the CCO and medical directors, develop and maintain field protocol and clinical standards for new field staff.
- When needed, represents the district locally, statewide and/or nationally.
- Other duties as assigned
- Current Paramedic Certificate for the State of Colorado with Critical Care Endorsement or RN/NP/PA with relevant critical care experience.
- Minimum of six years of experience in a 911 and inter-facility system
COMPENSATION AND BENEFITS:
- Exempt salaried position with a rate of $100,000-$130,000/year.
- Medical/dental/vision (employee only premiums covered 100% by employer)
- Health Savings Account ($1200 individual/$2400 family employer contribution)
- Flexible Savings Account
- Retirement (7.5%-10% employer contribution 0-3 years, 18% employer contribution 3+ years)
- Short and Long Term Disability (at no cost to employee)
- Life and AD&D (employee only premiums covered 100% by employer)
- Paid Sick time (approx. 80 hrs/year)
- Paid Vacation time (approx. 122 hrs for the first year)
- Generous continuing education budget per employee
- Employee Assistance Program
- Housing Assistance Program
- $1200 Lifestyle Spending Account
Please see full job description to review detailed responsibilities, qualification requirements and physical demands of the position.Clinical Manager Job Description.pdf