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Emergency Medical Technician

Youth Care Treatment Center Draper Full-Time
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Are you an EMT looking to gain valuable experience while working for an organization dedicated to making a difference in the lives of adolescents?   Then Youth Care is the place for you!   Our medical team has an opening for a PRN EMT. 

A residential treatment center for teens located in Draper, Utah, Youth Care provides individualized care in a family oriented environment. We work with kids between the ages of 11-18, providing a therapeutic environment for both mental health and chemical dependency diagnosis.

As part of Acadia Healthcare, we provide continuous career development for our employees. We offer training and development and the opportunity to work with top industry professionals which makes this the perfect place for that next step in your career.

Job Responsibilities:

  •  Demonstrate a caring attitude toward the patients, parents, and staff.
    •Determines nature and extent of illness or injury to establish first aid procedures to be followed or need for additional assistance.
    •Administers prescribed first-aid treatment at site of emergency
    •Communicates with professional medical personnel at emergency treatment facility to obtain instructions regarding further treatment and to arrange for reception of victims at treatment facility.
    •Support of all nursing care such as administration of medications and medical interventions.
    •Review all medication errors with the responsible staff member retraining as necessary and providing additional follow up as necessary
    •Facilitate the flow of medication information between the physicians and the multi-disciplinary team.
    •Provide on-call services as indicated by nursing supervisor
    •Notify nursing supervisor or administrator of critical incidences or errors
    •Provide necessary client supervision including behavior management and crisis interventions
    •Monitor medication chart to ensure accuracy, cleanliness, order

Requirements:  EMT license mandatory, ability to work nights and weekends
•At least 21 years old
•Physical and emotional ability to work with adolescents and parents in stressful and emergency situations


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Estimated Salary: $77K
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At Youth Care, we treat adolescents between the ages of 11 and 18 by utilizing comprehensive and professional therapeutic care. We strive to help promote change in adolescents that are struggling with problems such as depression, self-esteem issues, substance abuse and much more.

Not only do we open our doors to these types of adolescents, but we have also created a comfortable, home-like environment that allows them to apply their learned behaviors to a setting that they are not only currently used to, but also will likely be engaged in after they leave the program.

As we work with our adolescents, we ensure that we are providing a foundation built off of mutual respect. Therefore, we expect everyone involved in the program (students, therapists, staff members, etc.) to treat others as they would want to be treated to help uphold this ideology.

During their time spent at Youth Care, our students will learn the values of everyday things such as chores and to show respect for others. In addition, they will also participate in counseling designed to help them achieve goals that will aid in their positive development.

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