Emergency Management Executives

November 28, 2018
PositionEmergency Management Executives
No of Vacancies05
Job Description:
  • Ensuring Cost efficient and high Quality of service.
  • Timely escalation of unresolved Concerns.
  • Tracking and Submission of MIS & Management reports.
  • Managing key performance attributes (Fuel efficiency, Cost of maintenance, Tyre utilization, Break downs, accidents, EM calls, VB, SNR, Response Time, CFMS etc).
  • Responsible for uptime of the ambulance and optimal performance of the ambulances.
  • Responsible for the statutory compliances /fuel utilization/scheduled servicing/ warranty claims as applicable.
  • Responsible for handling accident / break down resumption and prompt processing of the insurance claims.
  • Responsible for  identifying and enhancing business relations with local vendors ( Spare part dealers, workshops, tyres & batteries supplying agencies, fuel filling stations and agencies) .
  • Inventory management at district and ambulance level (Spares/Medical equipment/Medical Consumables).
  • Reviewing the audit observations / NCs closure and NC closure report to Quality team.
  • Maintenance of Imprest amount of ambulances /Prompt submission of bills related to Fleet operations.
  • Preparing the duty roster, Scheduling of resources, Attendance, Leave management and performance Management at Ambulances.
  • Responsible for generating and implementing monthly calendar for ambulance visits, Inspections and record maintenance.
  • Disseminating the information, processes and policies to the field staff.
  • Responsible for coordinating & executing regular training modules for EMTS/Pilots (Internal/External).
  • Ensuring Employee engagement and Motivation activities
  • Supporting HR team in recruitment /Disciplinary issues/ Grievance redress/ IR Issues.
  • Ensuring partner relations with the District officials and Hospital authorities.
  • Ensuring Media relations and Event management (Vehicle launching, awareness campaigns, Beneficiary meet etc).



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