LifeFlight of Maine
Lewiston, Maine, United States
Spotlight Preferred Member Company
23 days ago
Job Type
Job Duration
$90,396.00 - $139,672.00
Min Experience
5-7 Years
Min Education
Required Travel
Salary - Type
Yearly Salary
Job Function


The Clinical Base Manager (CBM) provides management and oversight of LifeFlight clinical staff to assure accomplishment of organizational vision, mission, values, and objectives.
The CBM is a LifeFlight clinical position and with regular clinical assignment in providing all modes of LifeFlight transport and must meet all hiring and ongoing job requirements for assignment to LifeFlight.
Patient services and clinical coverage of transport is first precedent and priority for LifeFlight.
The CBM is a salaried position which requires travel to support LifeFlight of Maine’s base sites and primary service area to perform job functions. The job may require occasional national travel as needed for training, certifications, conferences, or as directed.
Equipment and Supply management for organization.

Maintain applicable professional licensure and serve as an active member of the flight medical crew.  Works at least 2 regularly scheduled clinical shifts per week and as needed for coverage. Works 2 – 8 hour administrative on site shifts per week.
Participate with the Executive Leadership team in establishing, implementing, and maintaining the organization's vision, mission and values.
Implement policies and protocols as directed by the Chief Operating Officer, Chief Clinical Officer and Medical Directors.
Review all operational paperwork, including scheduling, debriefing, incident reports, etc. 
Provide direct supervision of the LOM Flight personnel.
Attends / schedules staff meetings.
Oversee and monitor all clinical activities.
Keeps current on changes in the industry, new protocols and equipment to maintain High standards of clinical care delivered by LOM.
Serve as liaison to LOM Committees, and applicable EMS Region Office.
Assists in the development and monitors a comprehensive marketing and public relations program.
Ensures that all services provided by LifeFlight meet compliance and licensure standards of the State of Maine Office of EMS, Maine State Nursing Board and other applicable State and Federal Agencies.
Working with the Chief Operating Officer, Chief Clinical Officer and Chief Executive Officer as a spokesperson for LifeFlight in matters relating to public relations and interaction with other EMS and hospital providers.
Develop and maintain comprehensive personnel and operational policies and procedures that meet applicable State and/or Federal Standards; and ensure program policies, standards and procedures are consistently administered.
Maintain employee files and assurance adherence to licensing and certification requirements.
Maintain personal professional affiliations and enhance professional growth.
Ensure that all public communication is coordinated with and sanctioned by the
Chief Executive Officer/Director of Communications.
Maintain supplies and equipment inventory and track usage for organization. 
Complete annual employee performance evaluations in a timely manner.
Collaborate with the Chief Operating Officer, Chief Clinical Officer and Chief Executive Officer, and parent organization human resource staff in matters regarding disciplinary action both in documentation and delivery of counseling and ensures “just culture” approach in areas involving discipline or remediation.
Directly responsible for standardization across LOM in equipment, supplies, and    
Workflow processes.
Oversees the maintenance of regulatory compliance (CAMTS, JACHO, MEMS, etc)
Contribute to the development of strategic long-range plans including related business plans to support organizational philosophy, goals, and financial objectives.
Report regularly to the Executive Leadership Team on current operational and financial trends, problems, and activities related to LifeFlight of Maine.
Review all operational paperwork, including scheduling, debriefing, incident reports, etc. 
Monitor daily clinical personnel.
Monitor and monitor all clinical activities relative to LifeFlight of Maine organizational goals. 
Keep current on changes in the industry, new protocols and equipment to maintain high standards of clinical care delivered by LOM.
Represent LifeFlight of Maine on MEMS committees as assigned by the Executive Leadership team.
Provide oversight of assigned LOM committees and assure workplan completion.
Develop, coach and mentor staff.
Monitors customer satisfaction survey and monitors follow up by crews.


The following qualifications are the minimum requirements necessary to adequately perform this job. However, any equivalent combination of experience, education, and training which provides the necessary knowledge, skills, and abilities is acceptable, subject to any legal and/or regulatory requirements.

A.  Education and formal training:
•    Graduate from an accredited school of nursing or paramedicine
•    Current or obtained licensure as registered nurse in Maine or paramedic in Maine and New Hampshire
•    A bachelor’s degree in nursing or health related field or in process with Master’s preferred. 
•    Internal candidates must have a minimum of 2 years of critical care transport experience preferred.
•    CFRN or CTRN, FP-C certification required prior to hire.
•    ACLS, PALS, NRP, BLS and Trauma certification required for hire (TNCC, Advanced PHTLS, TPATC, or PATC).
B. Work experience:
•    Three to five years of progressive leadership experience in medical transportation services or related field.
•    A minimum of seven years of critical care transport clinical experience in a CAMTS accredited program for external applicants.
•    A current US Passport is required.
C.   Physical Requirements
The base manager provides all modes of transport services.
Must meet weight restriction (<230lbs) 
Unrestricted call as needed.

Job ID: 73972084

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