Community Paramedic

Salford Primary Care Together (SPCT)


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Job summary

We are offering an exciting opportunity for Paramedics working at an Advanced Level to work within our Primary Care Networks in conjunction with our flagship EPiC 24 Urgent Care Service to offer an Acute Home Visiting Service for GP Practices across Salford.

As a clinician you will sit alongside and be supported by a holistic team of GP's, Advanced Practitioners, Physicians Associates and Nursing Staff both in Practice and the Urgent Care Team

This role falls under the A.R.R.S (Additional Roles Reimbursement Scheme)

This role is currently being developed. Some networks have already trialled this role where the request for a home visit was triaged by the GP and then home visits, apart from those which were complex or end of life care, were undertaken by the paramedic. Some of the outputs were that more patients were managed at home and there was earlier intervention by the multidisciplinary team.

For more information a video explaining the paramedic road map

Main duties of the job

Activities Undertaken

  • To deliver a high standard of patient care as a First contact Paramedic within the practice, working at the top of their clinical scope of practice
  • As a member of a varied clinical team, manage a clinical caseload, dealing with presenting patients needs within a primary care setting, ensuring patient choice and ease of access to services.
  • To support the Same Day Care team within the practice e.g. minor injury and illness, abdominal pains, chest pain, tiredness and headache.
  • Perform specialist health checks and reviews.
  • To provide clinical leadership within the practice.

Skills and Competencies

  • A paramedic working in primary care is a paramedic who has undertaken the HEE primary care FC training
  • Paramedics must present a written profile explaining how they have met the standards for
  • CPD set by their registering body HCPC.

  • To mentor and support staff in developing and maintaining clinical skills.

About us

Salford Primary Care Together (SPCT) is a Community Interest Company, which means we exist to improve the health and well-being of Salford people and all our resources are dedicated to doing just that.

For more information on SPCT please visit our website its

If you would like to discuss the role in further detail do please contact Dr Clare Hindley (07853660415) or Craig Winters (EPiC 24) on (07435 960145)

For more information on the A.R.R.S Scheme the following link is also an excellent source of information:

Greater Manchester Training Hub are also running a webinar on 18th August for prospective FCPs to sign up simply click:

Job description

Job responsibilities

For a full and detailed Job Description and Person Specification please download the accompanying attachment or contact

Person Specification



  • Analysis Skills
  • experience in managing a designated caseload using theoretical and practical experience, completing assessments, planning, implementing interventions, and evaluating outcomes aligned to care plans
  • working knowledge of Microsoft and GP practice and prescribing data monitoring systems
  • ability to write comprehensive clinical notes, implement and evaluate care plans
  • Communication Skills
  • excellent interpersonal and organisational skills
  • excellent interpersonal and communication skills, able to influence and persuade others articulating a balanced view and able to constructively question information
  • ability to negotiate effectively
  • build effective relationships with a range of stakeholders which are based on openness, honesty trust and confidence
  • Personal Attributes & Abilities
  • strong and inspirational leadership
  • ability to co-ordinate and prioritise workloads able to multi-task as well as be self-disciplined and highly motivated


  • Knowledge
  • Working towards advanced clinical practitioner status
  • Mentorship or supervisory skills training
  • Ability to undertake nails surgery assessments, procedure and post-operative care
  • Be aware of data protection (GDPR) and confidentiality issues particularly within a PCN
  • Cognitive, behavioural and motivational interviewing approaches / skills
  • Analysis Skills
  • experience of working within a primary care setting
  • evidence of working across organisational boundaries within health and social care
  • independent thinker with good judgement, problem-solving and analytical skills
  • Communication
  • clear communicator with
  • excellent writing, report writing and presentation skills; capable of constructing and delivering clear ideas and concepts concisely and accurately for diverse audiences
  • evidence of success in efficient and effective project and programme management
  • evidence of inspiring and motivating teams with the ability to communicate passionately, effectively and persuasively across a diverse set of stakeholders
  • Personal Attributes & Abilities
  • high degree of personal credibility, emotional intelligence, patience and flexibility
  • ability to cope with unpredictable situations
  • confident in facilitating and challenging others
  • demonstrates a flexible approach in order to ensure patient care is delivered



  • Full UK driving license
  • BSc in a training programme approved by the College of Paramedics
  • Health & Care Professions Council (HCPC) registration
  • Able to operate at an advanced level of clinical practice
  • Framework for Higher Education Qualification (FHEQ) Level 7 or Scottish Credit and Qualifications Framework (SCOF) Level 11


  • Pre-reg MSc in a training programme approved by the College of Paramedics
  • non-medical prescribing qualification

Disclosure and Barring Service Check

This post is subject to the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act (Exceptions Order) 1975 and as such it will be necessary for a submission for Disclosure to be made to the Disclosure and Barring Service (formerly known as CRB) to check for any previous criminal convictions.

UK Registration

Applicants must have current UK professional registration. For further information please see NHS Careers website (opens in a new window).

Employer details

Employer name

Salford Primary Care Together (SPCT)


3rd Floor, 2 City Approach

Albert Street




Employer's website (Opens in a new tab)

For questions about the job, contact:

Clare Hindley


Date posted

06 August 2021

Pay scheme



£38,890 to £44,503 a year



Working pattern

Full-time, Flexible working

Reference number


Job locations

3rd Floor, 2 City Approach

Albert Street




1st Floor, Eccles Gateway

28 Barton Lane


m30 0tu

SPCT Little Hulton

Longshaw Drive

Little Hulton

M28 0BB

SPCT Willow Tree

94 Littleton Road


m7 3se

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