Mobile Medical Driver - Fourth Street Clinic

March 11, 2020

Fourth Street Clinic 

Salt Lake City, Utah

The Mobile Medical Driver is responsible for driving the organizations 45-foot mobile medical van to community partner sites, and other locations where homeless are located. While parked, the driver is responsible for patient registration and intake. Additional responsibilities include ensuring routine maintenance and safety checks are performed on the vehicle, and ensuring the vehicle is ready for day to day operations.

Core Responsibilities
• Must be able to safely operate and drive a 45-foot recreational vehicle (RV) to various designated sites.
• Provide intake and register mobile medical patients.
• Must be able to set-up, operate, load and unload RV equipment (leveling jacks, generator, HVAC, shore power, water tanks, etc.) and prepare RV for use at designated sites.
• Inspect RV and equipment daily for damage, equipment failures, and safety items to ensure the safe use of the equipment and the RV.
• Completing, in writing, the Daily Driver Vehicle Inspection Report
• Ability to follow operating procedures—including but not limited to start up and shut down procedures for operation of the RV
• Must be safe, courteous, and professional
• Perform clean-up services, dispose of gray/black water, and empty garbage.
• Assist in patient check in and management of appointments at various designated sites
• Participate in multidisciplinary team approach for patient care
• Attend regular scheduled staff meetings.
• Other duties as assigned.

• High School diploma or equivalent.
• A valid Utah Commercial Driver’s License (CDL) class A or B.
• Six months of experience driving a commercial vehicle (RV, bus, ambulance, fire truck, or other large vehicle).
• Department of Transportation (DOT) medical card.
• Proof of insurability.
• A safe driver with a valid driver’s license and no more than 2 moving violations in the past 3 years.
• No convictions for driving under the influence of alcohol or any drugs within the past 10 years.
• Demonstrated human relations and effective communication skills required.
• Ability to move heave objects (up to 100 lbs.) may be required.
• One or more years of driving a commercial vehicle of similar size.
• Public or community health interest or experience, particularly with individuals experiencing homelessness.
• EMT, paramedic, or CNA experience.
• Spanish speaking.
• Comfort or experience working in a multi-cultural environment.



If interested, please send a resume and cover letter to Deadline to apply is May 30, 2020.