Paramedic First Contact Practitioner – Live Chat
We are pleased to announce that we will be hosting a live chat on Microsoft Teams on Tuesday 18th May at 18:30hrs where you can join us to learn about our service and specifically find out key information about our Paramedic First Contact Practitioner (FCP) role.
The chat will be hosted by our Recruitment Team, where we will be joined by a number of colleagues from the Primary Integrated Care Service including Craig our Operations & Engagement Manager for Primary & Urgent Integrated Care.
This is a great opportunity for you to learn about the role and understand the key aspects of the role and for you to ask us any questions that you may have about this role and how to apply!
We can advise this will be for our Thames Valley area only!
To join the chat we will need to send you a specific link, please email email@example.com to register your interest, by return we will send you a link to join us on the day!
Whether you’re an experienced paramedic looking for a fresh challenge, currently studying and considering where to begin your career, or simply want to feel you’re making a difference with your skills and experience every day you come to work, use this site to discover the wide variety of clinical and non-clinical roles we are recruiting for today.
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