|Title:||Emergency Medical Technician|
|Location:||San Diego, CA|
To provide assistance with meeting the Secretary of Defense’s (SECDEF’s) mandate to grow the SEAL enlisted force, Naval Special Warfare Basic Training Command has an ongoing requirement to supplement SEAL Instructor and support services. 8-koi is a diverse Florida based service and consulting company that has been providing outstanding results for our clients for over 12-years now.
Duties and responsibilities
- EMT Paramedic shall provide coverage for all physical training evolutions.
- EMT Paramedic shall streamline screening/clearing process.
- EMT Paramedic shall maintain/manage student medical chits.
- EMT Paramedic shall be used as a source of emergency paramedic knowledge and instruction.
- EMT Paramedic shall provide support of Naval Special Warfare Paramedic Underwater Demolition/SEAL course.
- EMT Paramedic shall inform the NSWBTC Medical Department Head immediately of any medical condition which would interfere with their ability to render care in a pressurized environment.
- Must be able to obtain US Government Secret Security Clearance
- Shall possess and maintain a valid state driver’s license
- Confirmation of valid and current Certifications and Licensing of EMTs: Documentation providing proof of valid and current licensing/certification
- EMT Paramedic must have a current and valid EMT Paramedic certification in the state in which training is conducted.
- EMT Paramedic shall have a current and valid Pre Hospital Trauma Life Support (PHTLS) certification.
- EMT Paramedic shall have two (2) years of EMT-P experience within the last five (5) years.
- EMT Paramedic shall have a current and valid dive physical exam IAW Chapter 15 of the NAVMED P-117, Manual of the Medical Department, conducted within the past year and will be required to renew said physical every five years.
- EMT Paramedic shall have a valid diving pressure test conducted IAW the current revision of the U.S. Navy Dive Manual prior to assignment.
- EMT certifications shall be provided to the COR within fourteen (14) days of contract award.
- EMT Paramedic shall comply with PST standards.
- All high-risk training instructors shall be CPR, Automated external defibrillator (AED) and First Aid qualified prior to assuming duties. First aid, CPR, and AED certifications must be current and valid from an accredited source, such as the American Red Cross or the American Heart Association.
Working Conditions and Physical requirements
The EMTs shall maintain a high degree of personal physical fitness, and be able to maintain an exemplary degree of physical fitness. Instructors and EMTs shall lead by example in this area. The Instructors and EMTs shall meet Height and Weight requirements set forth in OPNAVINST 6110.1H (Physical Readiness Program) and possess the ability to demonstrate and explain all points of performance for exercises included in the Physical Screening Test (PST).
All EMTs shall pass the Government administered PST at the standard level given below within 30 days of assignment to contract. Failure to do so may be grounds for instructor dismissal. The standards are:
Event Standard Notes
500 yard swim Less than 13:00 Side or breast stroke only 10 minute rest
Pushups 42 2 minute rest
Sit-ups 50 2 minute rest
- 6 (Palms facing away) 10 minute rest
1.5 mile run Less than 12:30
These are key requirements for individuals to be able to work in this environment. However, 8-koi, Incorporated complies with all Americans with Disabilities Act provisions.