Thank you for your interest in working for Immediate Care Medical. We are made up of three divisions: Event Medical Cover, Training and Patient Transport Services. We are dedicated to delivering a high quality service that centres around patient care to both our private and NHS clients.
ICM is always on the lookout for experienced and dedicated new team members. If you’re interested in becoming a part of our team, please start by completing the form below for the position you are interested in. These will be reviewed by our HR and Management Team and if you are successful in being shortlisted, you will be contacted to progress to the interview stage.
Click on the apply now button and your application will be logged in our recruitment portal. Please ensure that you accurately complete all the personal details, and upload any relevant certificates so that we can contact you as needed.
You will be required to upload certain documents to support your Right To Work in the UK. This may include but is not limited to, Birth certificate, Passport, Drivers Licence, Utility Bill. There will be a need to upload any additional qualifications certificates held.
As part of all roles within ICM, you will be required to undertake a DBS Check at
Enhanced Level. Those of you who have subscribed to the DBS Update Service should
ensure you put your Update Service Certificate Number on your Application Form, so that we can perform a check. If you’re not on the update service, you will need a further DBS Check, which we can arrange for you, but there will be a cost involved (paid directly to the DBS Service) for PAYE Staff, this will be returned on successful completion of your Probationary Period (150hrs / 3 Months, whichever is longer) and for Self Employed Staff, the cost can be claimed back against your tax return as a business expense.
If you are or have been employed, these MUST include your last 3 yrs of employment, your line manager or HR department who can comment on your work experience, competence, personal qualities and suitability for the post.
If you are a student please provide contact details of a teacher at your school, college or university.
If you have not been in employment for a considerable amount of time but have had previous employment, then you should seek one reference from your last known employer and a personal reference from a person of some standing within your
community i.e. doctor, solicitor, MP etc.
Where it is not possible to obtain any employer reference at all then please obtain two personal references. Please state the names and contact details including e mail, of any personal referees who have agreed to supply references.
Where no personal reference can be obtained then references should be sought from personal acquaintances not related to or involved in any financial arrangement with you. If you have undergone training to return to work, then the academic institution should be contacted.
Personal references such as friends and relatives are NOT acceptable unless stated previously.
Please note, all reference requests will be sought, and employment history verified through the Company’s Human Resources/Personnel Department or equivalents therefore, please ensure that you provide their full contact details.
Referees will be contacted prior to acceptance onto any training course.
2. Telephone interview
3. Face-to-face Interview
4. Driving assessment
All candidates will be notified of the outcome of their application. There is a structured short listing process where candidate’s accounts of their achievements, as detailed in their application form, are rated by managers.
The highest-ranking applicants will be invited to attend a short online interview which covers:
• Discuss the role & job description
• Discuss the terms & conditions
This is conducted Face-To-Face so you will need to ensure you are available to come into our office in Birmingham to meet the team.
The assessment centre involves the following:
• An introduction to Immediate Care Medical
• Practical leadership task
• Numeracy & literacy test
• Highway code & Traffic signs test
• Lifting & Handling Assessment
• Spoken English test
In order for you to drive one of our ambulances, you must meet the following criteria:
•You must be over 21 years of age
•You must have at least one year of driving experience
•A manual licence (an automatic license is not acceptable for our vehicles)
•You must have no more than six points on your licence
•You must provide all relevant information and documentation before starting work
You can re-apply at any stage; we are continuously having new opportunities and contracts.
This is dependant on many factors such as DBS and referencing. The more information and interaction you have with our HR team will result in a faster turnaround – average timeline is circa 2 to 3 weeks.
We offer ongoing training and development to all staff including upgrading of qualifications, Annual CPD and updates
Yes we do take on qualified staff, however we can also train new First Responders to FAW, FREC3 & FREC4
We cover a variety of employment status – both Self employed and PAYE depending upon contract
Paramedics £24.00 ph, Technicians £20.00ph, Nurse £20.00ph, ECA £13.00ph, ACA £11.00 ph, First Responders £10.50ph
All uniform and PPE is provided by ICM
Paramedics, Technicians and PTS staff are required to hold the full relevant driving licenses – First responders, nurses and all other staff do not require a driving license.
We can offer up skilling and training through to FREC4 level
Once you are fully compliant and training cleared you will get access to our booking system. You will then be able to book on to any available shifts that are within your grade.