17 October 2016

Paramedics (casual)

Employer: Cubic Defence
Location: Australia

Company Overview
Cubic Defence Australia provides training systems and training services support primarily to the Australian Defence Force and is a subsidiary of US Cubic Corporation, which specialises in military training systems and services globally.  Cubic supports an expanding range of Australian-based operations, providing support services and training from offices in Townsville, Brisbane, Amberley, Newcastle and Canberra. To meet the increased demand for training services, Cubic is growing its team of qualified paramedics and nurses for military training in the Sydney area.

About the Opportunities

Cubic is seeking appropriately qualified Paramedics / Medical Instructors to assist with medical training (once or twice per month) in Randwick.  The successful candidates will be teaching a combination of Basic Life Support First Aid and Combat related medical interventions (Care Battlefield Casualty-CBC).  The training will generally be on a Tuesday, Wednesday or Thursday with one or two activities scheduled per month.  Generally 5-6 paid hours per task.  In order to ascertain staff availability, the successful applicants will be offered up to 4 weeks notice prior to being rostered to any given shift.

This work may suit shift or casual workers who are seeking additional income and enjoy instructional positions.

Training objectives and lesson content will be provided by Defence; however, the learning objectives, delivery and student numbers may vary from task to task.    All lesson equipment will be provided.

The People

Candidates must possess a minimum requirement of at least one of the following qualifications to be eligible for the position:

  • Diploma of Clinical Paramedic Practice; or
  • Bachelor of Nursing

The successful candidates will possess the following skills:

Qualified paramedic, Registered ED or ICU nurse or Military Medic with practical experience in emergency trauma care
Must have instructional/training experience
Be capable of instructing non-medical personnel
Be able to work alongside other medical personnel and take direction in a team orientated environment
Be able to adapt to varied lesson delivery expectations of the customer in a timely and professional manner
Previous military medical experience desirable
Provide own transport to and from place of work
How do I apply?

To be considered for the positions, applicants must submit a minimum one page CV detailing:
• relevant experience and current medical qualifications
• Must have existing Certificate to Practice or AHPRA

• current residential address and appropriate contact information (email and mobile phone details), and
• names and contact details of at least 2 referees


In addition to a CV, the application must include a short cover letter detailing suitability and flexibility to support this casual work, and any other additional information to assist in assessment.

Shortlisted applicants must be eligible to obtain and undergo a National Police Check (at Cubic's expense).

Applications are to be submitted via the Cubic Careers website - https://goo.gl/rCXDuC

Cubic are an equal opportunity employer committed to ensuring that all recruitment and selection activities are merit based, apply equality principles, are non-discriminatory and focus on selecting the best candidate for the role.