• Clinical Advisor (Paramedic or Nurse) Crawley
  • IPRS Aeromed in Crawley, , United Kingdom
  • jobs
  • 1 week ago

jobs description

IPRS Aeromed are a leading provider of security based clinical services.

IPRS Aeromed provide expert clinical solutions across a variety of specialist markets and sectors. We major in security-based environments including custody suites of magistrates and crown courts.

Our services are delivered by highly experienced Paramedics and Nurses lead by our in-house Clinical Team.


IPRS Aeromed are currently recruiting for a Clinical Advisor to provide clinical input on all IPRS Aeromed operations.

As part of your role you will be responsible for undertaking screening of flight manifests and assessing individuals suitability to fly, providing on-call support for urgent out of hours enquiries as required. And to provide clinical leadership, support, and guidance to the clinical team and clinical input for complex cases and attending MDT’s. You will be required to assist the Operations team on management cases in need of clinical review and ensure you work cohesively as part of... the wider clinical advisor team. Additionally you will be supporting the Service Delivery Manager and deputising in their absence.

This role is office Based at our IPRS Aeromed Office in Gatwick, West Sussex with flexible working in agreement with business needs, and providing business-critical out of hours support as required.


Provide clinical input on flight manifests sent through by our client, assessing individuals suitability to fly based upon information provided, and investigating any concerns raised in a timely manner. Recommend suitable clinical interventions or support requirements needed, feeding back to our client with results of any clinical investigations and escalating to the Service Delivery Manager where appropriate.

Accurately document case notes in a timely fashion within the relevant digital platform, to allow for suitable clinical guidance and intervention.

Use professional judgement at all times and provide skilled and effective remote assessment of patients and their clinical risk via telephone, MDT’s and case notes.

Conduct weekly ‘buddy’ audits on flight manifests to ensure correct outcomes were delivered by colleagues.

Provide day-to-day clinical leadership and support to the bank clinical team and assist other colleagues in the business as required.

Support both the bank clinicians and the operational team in the delivery of live operations

Conduct audits of medical equipment in kit bags and controlled drugs/ general drugs in accordance with the ‘Activities Matrix’.

Conduct audits of Clinical Report Forms ensuring 100% are completed following operational processing in accordance with the ‘Activities Matrix’.

Closely manage the Medical Inbox throughout the day, responding promptly to enquiries and requests.

Provide support to and deputise for the Service Delivery Manager in their absence in line with agreed levels of autonomy, responsibility and decision making.

Carry out staff reviews and identify the specific job-related requirements and training of the contractor team.

Play an active role in MDT discussions supporting with complex cases, manifest screening, and case referrals.

Be involved in improvement projects and support change to enhance service delivery.

Adhere to and implement CQC and local policies and procedures whilst working within the HCPC/NMC Code of Professional Conduct and relevant NICE guidelines.

Maintain an up-to-date awareness of current policies and use acquired skills in mental health, child protection, safeguarding, duty of candour, medication enquiries and all other aspects of general healthcare.

Participate as required in the investigation of incidents, complaints, or accidents.

Refer to Service Delivery Manager, peers, or colleagues as necessary for advice, but to maintain accountability and responsibility for decisions made in relation to clinical and operational needs.

Inform senior colleagues of any factors affecting delivery of the service as soon as they arise.

Work with the management team to contribute to the continuous development and delivery of service within the guidelines and standards of the Care Quality Commission (CQC).

Work independently within the constraints of professional and organisational policies and structures, taking responsibility and accountability for managing own workload, risk assessment and risk management.

Actively participate in clinical supervision to facilitate personal and professional development.

Facilitate and actively participate in the continuous quality improvement audit process to develop individual performance and achieve against set delivery targets.

Maintain a healthy and safe work environment for self and colleagues.

Support other clinical activities and colleagues across the business as required.

Salary up to £45,000 per annum

40 hours per week

Office Based with flexible working in agreement with business needs, and providing business-critical out of hours support as required.

Permanent position



Current registration with HCPC as a paramedic or NMC as a Nurse

Previous experience of clinical autonomy

Able to demonstrate Continuous Professional Development


Minimum 3 years post qualification as a paramedic or nurse

Evidence of consolidating post qualification practice

Primary And Acute Secondary Care Experience

Basic I.T. skills

Ability to speak fluent English

Full driving licence and own transport

Smart, professional appearance and conduct

Skills and Abilities:

Ability to work actively within a team, but to work without supervision whenever necessary.

Ability to identify and correct signs and symptoms of a deteriorating patient.

Clear and concise communication skills, in particular when interacting with patients and third parties.

Ability to influence a clinical situation.

Attention to detail and the ability to record information accurately.

Ability to make appropriate and informed decisions quickly.

Ability to remain calm and professional in an intense working environment.

Other information:


Colleagues are essential to IPRS Aeromed, which is why we give so much in return for their hard work. In addition to a competitive salary, we offer a range of benefits, including:
• Flexible Working
• Professional Development Opportunities
• Employee Assistance Programme including free confidential counselling
• High-street discounts
• 25days’ annual leave plus 8 days’ allocated for bank holidays (you will be required to work bank holidays as part of your working pattern).
• Moving Day Leave
• Membership of the Company pension scheme
• Recruit a Friend bonus scheme
• Environmental Initiatives
• Westfield Health Cash Plan
• Free Eye Tests every 2 years
• Free annual Flu-Vaccination

If successful, you will be required to provide consent for a DBS check and Home Office security clearance check to be carried out.

(NB: The application process for this can take anything up to 12 weeks)

IPRS Aeromed will not employ anyone who they know to have affiliation to far right groups such as EDL, BNP, Combat 18 etc.

You may be required to undertake travel to other client locations in response to service requirements.

As a Disability Confident Committed employer, at IPRS Aeromed, we ensure our recruitment process is inclusive and accessible.

Due to limits on Visa sponsorship allocations, we are not currently in a position to offer Visa's/sponsorship for these roles, this remains under review
Crawley UK


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