Tier 2 Medic/Deputy Team Leader

Employer: Constellis /Olive Group
Location Middle East

Position Medic
Reference 1043
Display Salary TBD

The role of the Tier 2 Medic / Deputy Team Leader is to support the Team Leader, providing the link between the Team Leader and the remainder of the team in addition to providing medical support to the client and team. The Tier 2 Medic / Deputy Team Leader shall provide general medical care, emergency medical care (when required), conduct training to ensure the team remains medically trained to the standards laid down by Olive Group. The Tier 2 Medic / Deputy Team Leader shall also supervise and conduct team administrative duties as directed by the Team Leader.


1. Medical

First response medical emergency cover, trauma or primary care
Working within a strictly applied and audited clinical governance structure, liaison with reach-back support to a clinician in the UK as required
Medicine management for the controlled drug register, storage and accountability of medical equipment
Generate and maintain accurate confidential patient reports
Exercising professional judgement and personal initiative to make informed decision in relation to patient care
Data management, weekly medical returns to Olive Group’s nominated medical governance provider
Ensuring all medical equipment issued is serviceable and in date
Authorisation of the Remote Medical Support Function
Total familiarity with standards applied to the Health Profession Council’s Standards of Practice for Paramedics
Maintaining and practising within the legal and ethical boundaries applying appropriate professional accountability

2. Operational Delivery

Supports the Team Leader in the command and control of the mission, to ensure that team members are equipped and supervised in accordance with Olive Group Standard Operating Procedures
In consultation with the Team Leader, he is dually responsible for ensuring the team fully understand and remain compliant with the Rules for the Use of Force (RUF) and Graduated Force Response (GFR)
Assisting in the planning and execution of missions as directed by the Team Leader
Prepared to assume the role of Team Leader when required
Dually responsible with the Team Leader for vehicle maintenance and oversight
Comprehension of the need to comply with local security forces’ directives whilst operating
Responsible with the Team Leader for ensuring communications checks are conducted prior to mission commencement
Responsible with the Team Leader for maintaining the communications link with Olive Group Operations Room management during the mission with an understanding of Operational Communications back up plan in the event of communication breakdown
3. Governance

Compliance with health & safety standards consistent with the requirement for assigned personnel to follow such procedures and regulations as may be laid down by Olive Group, its Client or the host state including
Vehicle inspections, training and use
Firearms inspections, training and use
Fire response drills
Personal and Catering hygiene
Olive Group Life Saving Rules
Prohibition of the abuse of alcohol and narcotics or intoxicating substances in accordance with Alcohol and Drug Policies

Compliance with Rules for Use of Force (RUF) and the laws of armed conflict consistent with the requirement for personnel to be intimately familiar with procedures and regulations laid down by Olive Group in conjunction with the Client, host state or international laws including the principles of

Graduated and proportional force response (GFR) after warnings
Last resort
Right to self-defence

Compliance with rules and requirements laid down by Olive Group, its Client, host state or international laws including the principles of

Olive Group Anti-bribery & Corruption Policy requiring rejection of the offer of or acceptance of any favour or any financial or material inducement intended to influence a business decision or official action
The International Code of Conduct for Private Security Service Providers, 2010 (ICoC) and associated standards to which Olive Group subscribes
The Olive Group Quality Management System (“QMS”), the Company mechanism for setting down its standard approach to business through documented policy and procedure, approved by Senior Management and administered by the Standards Officer and Quality Assurance & Compliance Manager
ANSI/ASIS PSC.1, the American standard against which Olive Group’s Quality Management System is measured annually by third-party assessors
The Olive Group C-4-B Code of Conduct that lays out key compliance criteria for personnel during their service with Olive Group and the active promotion of best practice in respect of the following processes

1.Disciplinary Action
2. Appeals and Grievance
3 Whistle-blowing

4. Client Relations

Engaging routinely with Client, professionally, politely and appropriately
Delivering a service consistent with Olive Group’s contract with the Client, identifying contractual non-compliance for immediate resolution and reporting deficiencies in service delivery to the Team Leader
Reporting to the Team Leader any Client requests for services outside the agreed Scope of Works

5. Training

Responsible for delivering detailed medical lessons to team members


Ability to draft detailed and accurate medical reports
Be able to articulate facts in a timely and accurate manner both orally and written
Proven medical operational experience in a demanding high risk environment is essential
Needs to show balance and a calm demeanour in the event of a hostile action occurring
Understanding of the need for liaison and interaction with local security forces
Ability to demonstrate a high level of initiative and accuracy in high pressure situations
Ability to identify and react to security issues of significance to Clients when on the ground
Understanding diversity and cultural issues within the team and on sites within the area of operation


IT Literate in Word, and have a working knowledge in PowerPoint and Excel
Possess a full understanding and working knowledge of the communication systems in operation
Possess good radio and voice procedure
Possess an experienced based knowledge of training procedures in order to maintain the effectiveness and compliance of the team in trauma management



Health & Care Professions Council (HCPC) Paramedic, Registered Nurse, Doctor or HSE Offshore Medic (or overseas equivalent)
Valid Advanced Life Support (ALS) or Advanced Cardiac Life Support (ACLS) certification
Minimum of 5 years’ service in a regular Armed Force
Minimum of 2 years’ experience working as a Medic (Combat Medical Technician 1/Ambulance Technician) or in an active ambulance care or medical emergency room
Satisfactory completion of a formal Close Protection training course conducted by an SIA-approved training organisation (or other national equivalent)
Satisfactory completion of a criminal record check within the recent 6 months
Previous operational experience relevant to the region
Previous operational experience in a high threat environment
Previous operational experience in the Client’s sector (e.g. Oil & Gas) is preferred

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