Careers

Duty Statement

The Team Medic is first and foremost a team member required to act as a close personal protection operator and personal protection officer in addition to his/her medical duties.

Responsibilities

Act of PSD team member

Perform the duties of Personal Protection Officer

Apply competencies as listed as required

Maintain and carry Team Medic bag and vehicle medical kit

Operate Incident Response Team Ambulance as ordered

Assist Clinic Nurse as required

Perform duties of Duty Medic

Give medical training (within capabilities) to Team Members

Essential Qualifications & Experience

Competent Close Personal Protection operator

Safety at Scene and Mechanism of Injury

Rapid Trauma Assessment

Use of Defibrillator

Oxygen therapy

Basic Life Support

Airway management: Use of OPA/NPA/LMA

Needle decompression

Shock, fluid therapy including inserting an IV/IO

Treat blunt and penetrating trauma

Control bleeding and haemorrhage

Treat basic head injuries

Treat fractures and dislocations

Treat burns and blasts injuries

Conduct remote area and prolonged patient care

Prepare casualty for air and road evacuation

Desirable Qualifications & Experience

Has field medics training in providing first aid in remote situations Previous experience in Iraq in a similar role. Ability to communicate in Arabic.

Nationality Requirement

Australian preferred; UK, NZ, Canadian.

Security Clearance Requirement

Hold, or be able to obtain, an Australian Government Negative Vetted Level 1 clearance (equivalent to ADF SECRET clearance), or national equivalent.

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Line Manager

PSD Team Leader (TL)

Duty Statement

The PSD Team members contribute both individually and as part of the Security Detail to the effective and sustainable planning, preparation and execution of security operations. Within a PSD, primary appointments are Vehicle Commander, Personal Protection Officer, and Rear Observer. All team members can be expected to be employed as vehicle drivers and general security operators, subject to individual skill sets, availability and the intent of the Team Leader.

Responsibilities

  • Fully integrated team member and contribute to safe and secure conduct of operations and training.
  • Commander / driver of designated team vehicles.
  • Personal Protection Officer, as directed.
  • Close Protection during team mounted and dismounted operations, both static and mobile.
  • Contribute to mission planning and preparation, as well as post-mission reorganisation as directed.
  • Support TL in all aspects of daily team administration, training and other duties.
  • Contribute to maintenance of team-issued weaponry, equipment and vehicles Maintain high level of Operation Security (OPSEC) standards whilst on duty and on leave.
  • Maintain high level of physical fitness, commensurate with PSD duties. Present a professional and presentable appearance at all times when in uniform.
  • Ex-military or ex-police with an excellent record of conduct.
  • Relevant experience in a hostile environment for a minimum of one year in a similar position.
  • No criminal record; honourable discharge.
  • Sound knowledge and experience in the conduct of personal security and close personal protection in a hostile environment.
  • Completed a recognised Close Protection / Personal Security Detail course.
  • Demonstrated interpersonal communications skills.
  • Holds a current drivers licence and International Driving Permit.

Desirable Qualifications & Experience

Previous experience in Iraq in a similar role. 

Nationality Requirement

Australian preferred; UK, NZ, Canadian, US.

 

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