You are more likely to get a job if you show that you are skilled in certain areas – especially those that pertain to ambulance driver. Doing a self-analysis before creating a skills list to put on a resume is important. This way, you will be able to gauge which ones can be put in and which ones are irrelevant. The ones that are irrelevant, do not need to go into the list.
Eliminating information that is of no consequence to you is important. Not only will you be focusing on the specific requirements of an employer, you will also be saving your own time. How you approach problems and resolve them, in what way you deal with work-related stress, and what makes you popular amongst your colleagues, are all skills that can be included in a resume.
Contrary to what most people believe in, it is important to communicate your skills to an employer. Since the only way he can find out that you are worth anything at all is if you tell him, highlighting your abilities in both resumes and cover letters must not be forgotten. Remember that if the employer does not find the rest of your resume or cover letter of much interest, he will still be forced to consider you if your skills match his requirements. And this is one way in which you can highlight your skills in a profound manner:
• First-hand experience in performing both regular and preventative maintenance on assigned ambulances to ensure proper working order
• Documented success in effectively placing systems to ensure that medical equipment (onboard the ambulance) is in proper working order
• Highly experienced in charting out short and safe routes on both conventional maps and the GPS
• Able to drive ambulances to scenes of emergency by employing urgency, while maintaining within the limitations of the state
• Effectively able to provide assistance to emergency response teams to expedite medical procedures administration
• Skilled in carefully transporting / carrying patients to the ambulance by keeping a special lookout for any medical issues
• Competent in reporting facts concerning accidents and emergencies to hospital personnel and law enforcement agencies
• Qualified to perform cleaning and sanitation duties inside the ambulance to ensure that it is disease free
• Proficient in performing medical assistance work including bandaging, splinting and administering oxygen
• Deeply familiar with maintaining awareness of patients’ social and environmental conditions and reporting unstable conditions or circumstances to the dispatcher or hospital