Working as a paramedic in London will give you
a sense of satisfaction that is found in very few other jobs.
Every day is different, yet rewarding. Every
day you will be giving something back to the local community.
You will be responding to 999 calls, working
with a crewmate, or perhaps on your own. And you will assess and
treat a wide range of patients. On one shift you could be
delivering a baby or resuscitating a patient whose heart has
stopped, the next you’ll be chatting to an elderly person who
has fallen in their home and needs help to get off the floor.
And at every call, people will put their trust
in you and your clinical skills. You will make key decisions
on the treatment that they need—and whether you should treat
them at home, get them to hospital, or take them to a walk-in
centre or minor injuries unit.
What benefits will I receive?
The benefits of working for us include the
- A minimum of 27 days' holiday each year, increasing with
- New NHS employees from April 2008 will be eligible to join the
Amended NHS Pension Scheme which provides membership to a final
salary scheme with pension linked to pay near
retirement. Other benefits include life assurance, dependent
benefits, voluntary early retirement, ill-health retirement
benefits and the option to increase retirement benefits.
- Access to a round-the-clock employee assistance programme.
- Personal and professional development and training
- Interest-free travel season ticket loan.
- Childcare voucher scheme.
- Access to NHS discounts, offering NHS employees a range
of money-saving deals.
- Access to occupational health and counselling services.
How do I apply?
If you would like to become a paramedic with us
you could take a degree course in Paramedic
Science at one of three universities that we work
We advertise all vacancies via the NHS Jobs
website, where you can register for an email alert as soon as a
position is advertised. We are always interested in hearing from
We will also advertise them on
vacancies section of our website.