Regional Operations Manager

Risk 2 Solution Medical & Emergency Response is a boutique integrated healthcare, safety, security and risk company and we pride ourselves on the high level of support we offer to our people.

We are based in Queensland and supply Doctors, Registered Nurses, Registered Paramedics, Emergency Services Officers and Security Officers to a diverse range of worksites.

We are expanding our field leadership and seeking 2 candidates to fill an OPS Supervisor role.

 Applicants have to be based in QLD Australia.

  • Rosters will be 7 days on, 7 days off (day and night shifts)
  • DIDO for local staff opportunity, Camp Accommodation and meals.
  • FIFO Flights from Brisbane, Camp Accommodation, meals and car hire or company cars supplied.

Successful candidates need to hold the following experience and qualifications and requirements:

  • AHPRA Registration 
  • Manual Drivers Licence
  • Bachelors degree in Paramedicine 
  • Certificate III Mines Rescue
    • PUAFIR207B – Operate Breathing Apparatus         
    • PUAFIR316 – Identify, Detect & Monitor Haz Mat at Incident         
    • PUASAR24A – Undertake Road Crash Rescue         
    • PUASAR032A – Undertake Vertical Rescue              
    • PUASAR025A Undertake Confined Space Rescue 
    • RIIERR201D Conduct Fire Team Operations           
    • PUAFIR320 – Render Hazardous Materials Incident Safe   
    • RIIERR302D Respond to Local Emergencies & Incidents
  • Standard 11
  • HLTPAT005 Collect Specimens for drugs of abuse testing
  • HLTAID014 Provide Advanced First Aid
  • HLTAID015 Provide advanced resuscitation and oxygen
  • HLTAID009 – CPR
  • HLTAID011 – Provide First Aid
  • White Card
  • G189 + G2 
  • TAE40116 

Additional Desired Skills and Qualifications:

  • Rescue Coal Board Medical 
  • QLD Security Licence
  • HR Drivers Licence
  • BMA Supervisor appointment
  • Significant and demonstratable understanding of the BMA contract and workings.

Send us an email if you have any questions or send your resume to [email protected].

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The Future of Healthcare Staffing: Trends to Watch

The healthcare industry is evolving rapidly, and with it, the landscape of healthcare staffing is also undergoing significant transformations. As we look towards the future, several key trends are emerging that are set to reshape how healthcare staffing is approached. Here are the trends to watch in the healthcare staffing sector:

1. Increased Demand for Specialised Skills

The growing complexity of healthcare services means there's a rising demand for professionals with specialised skills. This includes areas like telemedicine, geriatric care, and emergency response. Healthcare facilities are increasingly seeking staff who are not only clinically proficient but also adept in these specialised areas.

2. Embracing Telehealth

The pandemic accelerated the adoption of telehealth, and this trend is here to stay. Telehealth not only expands access to care but also opens up new avenues for healthcare professionals. Staffing now needs to consider the technological proficiency of candidates to meet these evolving demands.

3. Focus on Mental Health

There's a growing recognition of the importance of mental health services. This shift is creating a demand for healthcare professionals skilled in mental health care and support, both in clinical settings and as part of emergency response teams.

4. Flexibility and Work-Life Balance

The future of healthcare staffing is also seeing a shift towards more flexible working arrangements. Healthcare professionals are increasingly looking for roles that offer a better work-life balance, including part-time positions, flexible hours, and opportunities for remote work.

5. Use of AI and Machine Learning

Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Machine Learning (ML) are starting to play a significant role in healthcare staffing. These technologies can help in predicting staffing needs, optimising schedules, and even in the recruitment process by identifying the best candidates.

6. Continuous Learning and Development

The rapid pace of change in healthcare means that continuous professional development is more important than ever. Healthcare professionals must stay abreast of the latest developments in their field, and employers must support this ongoing learning.

7. Greater Emphasis on Soft Skills

While technical skills are essential, soft skills like communication, empathy, and teamwork are becoming increasingly valued in healthcare professionals. These skills are crucial for providing patient-cantreed care and working effectively in multidisciplinary teams.


As these trends continue to develop, R2S Agency remains at the forefront of healthcare staffing, offering a range of services to meet the evolving needs of the healthcare sector. Whether you're a healthcare professional seeking new opportunities or an employer looking for skilled staff, R2S Agency has the expertise and resources to meet your needs.

Are you ready to embrace the future of healthcare staffing?

Whether you're looking to advance your career or seeking the right talent for your healthcare facility, contact R2S Agency today. Let us help you navigate the changing landscape of healthcare staffing with our expert solutions.
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Clinical Governance in Staffing: Ensuring Quality in Every Shift

In the world of healthcare, the term 'clinical governance' is pivotal. It's a framework through which healthcare organisations are accountable for continuously improving the quality of their services and safeguarding high standards of care. When it comes to healthcare staffing, clinical governance plays a crucial role in ensuring that every shift is staffed not only with competence but also with care. Let's delve into how clinical governance impacts staffing and ensures quality in every shift.

Understanding Clinical Governance

Clinical governance encompasses a range of activities, from maintaining staff qualifications to implementing best practices in patient care. It's about having systems and processes in place that ensure the delivery of safe, effective, and high-quality healthcare.

The Role of Clinical Governance in Staffing

  1. Ensuring Qualified Staff: Clinical governance ensures that healthcare professionals are not only qualified but also possess the necessary skills and experience for their roles. This involves rigorous checks on qualifications, registrations, and ongoing training.
  2. Promoting Continuous Learning: Healthcare is an ever-evolving field. Clinical governance in staffing means encouraging and facilitating continuous professional development, ensuring that staff are up-to-date with the latest practices and technologies.
  3. Implementing Best Practices: It involves embedding evidence-based practices into everyday healthcare delivery. This means that staff are trained and encouraged to follow protocols that are proven to deliver the best patient outcomes.
  4. Fostering a Culture of Excellence: Clinical governance creates a culture where excellence in patient care is the norm. Staff are motivated to perform at their best, knowing that their work environment supports high standards and quality care.
  5. Feedback and Improvement: A key aspect of clinical governance is the use of feedback – both from patients and staff – to continually improve healthcare services. This feedback loop ensures that staffing solutions are always evolving and improving.

R2S Agency's Commitment to Clinical Governance

At R2S Agency, clinical governance is at the heart of our staffing solutions. We understand that quality healthcare staffing is more than just filling shifts; it's about providing a team that is competent, caring, and committed to excellence. Our rigorous recruitment process, continuous staff development programs, and adherence to best practices ensure that every healthcare professional we provide meets the highest standards of care.

If you're looking for healthcare staffing solutions that prioritise quality and excellence in every shift, contact R2S Agency today.

Let us partner with you to provide healthcare professionals who are not just qualified, but also dedicated to delivering outstanding patient care.
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