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CV, UK Based HCPC Paramedic Seeking International Work

I am currently available for work
Serial No: 32952
(02/21/1979, male)
List top 5 skills: als paramedic, ambulance paramedic, hcpc paramedic, operational paramedic, paramedic team leader, paramedical, registered paramedic
Short Bio:

High-performing and consummate Paramedic with an extensive range of skills and a strong background providing safe, evidence-based first response and patient care. As a holder of a broad range of current professional certifications, he excels at maintaining focus and is very familiar with working alongside experienced nurses and doctors. Eager to promote the highest standards of public health, he is passionate about playing a crucial role in the delivery of preventative health programs.

Current location: 

England, United Kingdom - View on map



Preferred Sector of Employment: 

Medical and Nursing

Spoken languages: 


Locations I am interested in working:



·Diploma in Paramedic Practice (DipHE) Edge Hill University 2013

·Pre Hospital Trauma Life Support (PHTLS) Northwest Hyperbaric Unit 2013

·Rapid Response Driver Northwest Ambulance Service 2013

·HCPC Registered Paramedic (PA33373) Northwest Ambulance Service 2011

·CBRN Decontamination Team Operative Northwest Ambulance Service 2011

·Certificate in Professional Aspects of Pre-Hospital Care University of Central Lancashire 2010

·BA (Hons) Business Studies 2:2 University of Central Lancashire 2002

·A Level Business Studies C Sir John Deanes College 1998

·A Level Information Technology C Sir John Deanes College 1998

·A Level Government and Politics D Sir John Deanes College 1998

·9 GCSE’s (inc Maths and English) A-C Weaverham High School 1996


Career Experience

North West Ambulance Service
01/09 – present
Acting Senior Paramedic (since Jan 15- Paramedic prior to this)

Responding to 999 calls for medical assistance at accidents, emergencies, traumatic and other related incidents as a clinical lead. Using diagnostic and technical medical equipment to assess, diagnose and implement treatment plans for patients who are injured or taken ill suddenly, delivering Advanced Life Support clinical care. Assessing and treating a wide spectrum of patients, utilising relevant evidenced based practice, local guidelines and protocols. Delivering an excellent patient experience, ensuring that prompt and effective first response, triage, stabilisation, and appropriate transfer occur at all times.

Supporting, mentoring and motivating colleagues, demonstrating excellent team working skills managing a complex team. Providing clinical leadership, training, and supervision for my team, empathetically supporting staff addressing the team and individual concerns, identifying and utilising my team’s strengths to achieve goals with a shared sense of purpose.

Promoting and supervising change in practices through leadership and development, developing and demonstrating best practice. Communicating effectively clinical decisions and actions, using excellent written, verbal and listening communication skills, maintaining courteous and professional relationships, demonstrating sensitivity to every patient’s culture, age, gender, ability, and socioeconomic status.

Training and mentoring new Paramedics and Technicians, constructively supporting their development, and instilling a sense of ability in them. Demonstrating and maintaining excellent standards of clinical practice, with a commitment to continued professional development.

Scottish Ambulance Service
Emergency Medical Technician

Developing and building on my Emergency Medical Technician skills, conducting systematic examinations of patients using extensive assessment skills and a knowledge of the effects of acute/chronic illness and trauma to develop a working diagnosis.

Adhering to all current legislation and best practice, working within multi-disciplinary teams, demonstrating excellent communication and team working skills.

Remaining calm and resilient under pressure at challenging emergency situations, supporting colleagues and members of the public diplomatically and sensitively, in order to efficiently implement a course of action to accomplish a goal.

(Career break to commence pilot training)

Greater Manchester Ambulance Service
Emergency Medical Technician

Working within dynamic, complex and traumatic environments, developing and delivering excellent levels of medical intervention including; Basic Life Support, wound and fracture management, manual defibrillation,12 lead ECG recognition, intramuscular therapies, delivering exceptional standards of pre-hospital care.

Assisting the Paramedic using excellent team working and communication skills, working as part of an efficient ambulance team, and together delivering exceptional care to patients, and their relatives.

Carrying out difficult and complex tasks and procedures, working in situations that were physically, mentally and emotionally demanding, including support for the bereaved. Identifying and implementing the most appropriate care pathway based on the patient’s condition, their wishes and those of relatives/carers and the facilities/resources available.

Communicating with and managing patients, relatives and the public in a calm, sensitive and professional manner ensuring patient dignity and informed consent for all patient assessment and treatment.


Working towards my BSc (Hons) degree in Developing Paramedic Practice,
At the University of Cumbria, through distance learning.

UK Civil Aviation Authority Private Pilot licence
With over 200 hours logged flying fixed wing aircraft across the UK, and New Zealand.

Windsurfing regularly throughout the UK, and playing badminton for my local team.

Travelled extensively throughout Canada, Alaska, New Zealand, China, and across Europe.