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As a worldwide leader in providing medical safety products and services to commercial airlines, corporate aviation, yachts and similar industries, MedAire is experiencing strong growth in all of its market segments.  As a result, a number of dynamic, new employment opportunities for a variety of professional positions are becoming available. 

Team players with strong customer service backgrounds are finding tremendous success in building their professional careers within our fast paced, entrepreneurial environment.



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International Operations Coordinating Nurse--Spanish Speakers

  • Dates: 07 Oct, 2015
  • Location: Phoenix, AZ, US
  • Address: 4722 N. 24th Street #450
  • Email: resume@medaire.com

We are currently searching for an International Operations Coordinating Nurse (RN) to join our Global Response Center located in Phoenix, Arizona.

 

Join the team at MedAire and apply your skills to help us grow our business by serving the needs of our clients and their customers. Coordinating Nurses are responsible for the delivery of professional and effective medical assistance for all clients of MedAire to the highest standards of excellence in conjunction with the Response Center Doctors and Communications Specialist Executives. 



Join our team and Work with other Response Center employees in providing travel assistance to clients.

The International Operations Coordinating Nurse is responsible for managing the routine medical activity associated with client requests for services.  Coordinates, as necessary interactions between clients, physicians, hospitals and various ancillary medical providers to affect a positive case outcome.

Responsibilities include but are not limited to:

  • Telephonically provide pre-travel and evacuation medical assistance in response to customer   inquiries, including but not limited to: coordination of medical evacuation services and/or provision of health and travel information to clients, case management, gate screens.
  •   Review case records and report results to evaluate quality of services delivered in compliance with specified criteria.

 

 Requirements : 
  • Effective customer service and telephone skills.
  • Basic level competency with use of personal computer and various software packages
  • Demonstrated triage experience.
    Effective interpersonal and verbal communication skills.
    Effective prioritization and critical thinking skills.
  • Effective management of stress tolerance.
  • Minimum 3 years recent experience in ICU or ER or related medical experience to be reviewed and approved by the Medical Director.
  • Previous flight experience, telephone triage, aviation, maritime, and/or international assistance experience preferred.
  • Must possess current Registered Nurse license in state of Arizona or be able to obtain such license.  Must at least show proof of application for a temporary license and must obtain such within 2 weeks of employment and must furnish proof of permanent AZ licensure within 4 months of start date to maintain employment.
  • Must possess current ACLS
  • Effective written communication skills in English with additional language capabilities preferred.

    Experience with ER, ICU, Triage etc a plus
     Customer Service Oriented
    Ability to work under pressure, multitask and prioritize
    Ability to provide clear and concise written updates

    Portuguese and Spanish highly preferred

MedAire offers a great work environment, 3-day workweeks, excellent pay, competitive benefits (including full medical, PTO, and 401(k) retirement plan with 100% employer match). 

 

All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment and will not be discriminated against on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, national origin, age, disability, or protected veteran status.  MedAire, Inc. takes affirmative action in support of its policy to and advance in employment individuals who are minorities, women, protected veterans, and individuals with disabilities.

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To be considered for one of MedAire's open positions, please submit a cover letter and resume to resume@medaire.com or fax to 480-333-3822.  Please indicate the position you are applying for in your submission. 

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