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We encourage applications regardless of race, ethnicity, gender, sexual orientation, disability religion or belief and age…

Qualifications

We’re currently taking applications from individuals looking to work from our Hampshire and Sussex Bases. Details of our qualification requirements and job descriptions can be found here (Insert Link for Vacancies) for all of our vacancies. 

The type of qualifications we expect applicants to possess varies according to the role you are applying for. Every role we advertise will have a job description and person specification relevant to that role. You are advised to read these fully before applying to make sure you are a suitable candidate. Ensuring that you match the person specification will increase the possibility of your application being shortlisted.
For the roles within our Ambulance Transport teams (Patient Transport, HDU and Frontline), the qualification criteria is strictly observed to ensure that each individual has the academic ability to carry out the role they’ve applied for, and also the ability to develop in the service in the future.
We also look favourably on candidates who can demonstrate they have any type of work experience (including volunteering) that displays an aptitude for caring for people. For example, Working in a care setting, or volunteering for one of the First Aid Charities.
For those people looking to make a career change, or those just starting out in their careers, even if they don’t have the existing qualifications to join our service as a qualified member of staff, we do offer a “Trainee” Ambulance Care Assistant Scheme, where no previous knowledge of the industry is necessary, Medi 4 provides all the training you need to get onto the ladder, then experience, mentorship and progression opportunities to develop your career further.

Qualifications

The type of qualifications we expect applicants to possess varies according to the role you are applying for. Each job we advertise will have a job description and person specification relevant to that role. You are advised to read these fully before applying to make sure you are suitable. Ensuring you match the person specification will increase the chances of your application being shortlisted.

For the roles within our Patient Transport teams, the qualification criteria is strictly observed to ensure that each individual has the academic ability to carry out the role they’ve applied for, and also the ability to develop in the service in the future.

Your chances of securing an appointment are increased if you can demonstrate you have any type of work experience (including volunteering) that displays an aptitude for caring for people. For example, St Johns Ambulance or British Red Cross.

Roles which involve driving

If you wish to apply for an operational post which will require you to drive an ambulance sized vehicle, then there are a series of regulations (under the Road Traffic Act) that you must meet:

  • You must have at least two years driving experience and no more than three points on your licence.
  • You MUST be over 21 years of age
  • Good eyesight is essential for any roles where driving is concerned

Roles which involve driving

If you wish to apply for an operational post which will require you to drive an ambulance sized vehicle, then there are a series of regulations (under the Road Traffic Act) that you must meet:

  • You must have at least two years driving experience and no more than three points on your licence.
  • You MUST be over 21 years of age
  • Good eyesight is essential for any roles where driving is concerned