Special Operations Response team Leader

The primary role of a Special Operations Response Team Leader is to provide supervisory management for the Special Operations Response teams to ensure that the public receive the most appropriate care at large scale incidents.

However, as well as acting as Ambulance Incident Officer at the scene of incidents, they are qualified Paramedics and will be required to utilise these skills at the scene.

Often, individual are working in challenging and hazardous environments whilst wearing specialist equipment where they are responsible for triage, treatment and care of patients within the inner cordon of an incident. In addition to this they are specialists in incident management including major incident response and casualty decontamination.

A full training package is provided on appointment to the role.

Roles are generally on a Band 6 which from April 2014 is £26,041 - £34,876