Essential Duties and Responsibilities:
In-Park Duties and Responsibilities
Provide emergency and non-emergency medical care to team members and guests in accordance with established protocols.
Triage patients when multiple calls or patients overwhelm available personnel; make appropriate determinations about dispositions and transports
Perform drug and alcohol screens on team members in accordance with park policies
Accurately and legibly complete required documentation.
Complete checks on bags, vehicles, and treatment areas before, during, and after each shift; restock supplies as necessary.
Answer calls for emergency assistance via telephone and radio.
Maintain a clean work area; perform basic cleaning of First Aid facilities (mop floors, vacuum carpets, empty trash cans, wipe down counters and beds.)
Complete safety ride audits safety inspections at direction of Safety Manager.
Maintain a professional relationship with guests and team members.
Attend all required training including Park Discovery and Department training sessions
Adhere to all park labor policies pertaining to breaks taken, length of shift and types of work performed.
Team Member Expectations
Maintain proper grooming and uniform guidelines at all times.
Follow and enforce all park policies and procedures in a fair and consistent manner at all times.
Must have strong teamwork skills and the ability to work well with others.
Excellent communication skills to interact effectively with Guest, other Team Members, and leadership.
Ability to handle multiple projects, while paying close attention to details.
Use efficient time management to complete required tasks and projects.
Frequent standing, walking, sitting, and reaching.
Ability to lift and carry up to 80 lbs; ability to push and pull up to 150 lbs.
Occasional running, climbing, balancing, stooping, kneeling, crouching, bending, and crawling.
Ability to work in all weather conditions, including extreme cold and heat, as well as high levels of humidity and rain, occasionally for extended periods.
Ability to work occasionally in confined spaces and from high elevations.
Skills and Qualifications:
Must be at least 18 years old.
Must have a high school diploma or equivalent.
Must hold a current Illinois Department of Public Health (I.D.P.H) Emergency Medical Technician - Basic License; Wisconsin License or National Registry License must meet reciprocity requirements with I.D.P.H.
Must hold a current American Heart Association BLS for the Healthcare Provider CPR/AED certification.
Must possess a current and valid Driver's License.
Must meet Region 1 system entry requirements through OSF St. Anthony Medical Center.
Strong written and verbal communications.
Knowledge of and ability to use all BLS equipment used in the park (pulse oximeter, glucometer, stair chair, etc).
Ability to handle moderate levels of stress related to high workload.
Safety awareness and general housekeeping.
Ability to be flexible and adapt to changes in working environment.
Available to work flexible hours including nights, weekends, and holidays.
Must be professional, self-motivated and have an enthusiastic attitude.
Must have strong teamwork skills and ability to work with others.
Must possess strong work ethic and the ability to multi task.
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