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Sarah Morrison




Hi, I am a registered, Masters qualified Intensive Care Paramedic. I was a reserve rifleman in the New Zealand Army, graduating top of my basic training. I have run medical centres in and around Australia doing FIFO contracts, and have been a Lecturer at the Auckland University of Technology (AUT) as the Cardiology paper leader. I am seeking a pro-choice health care role, either frontline or within education. I believe in advocating for and delivering best practice, as well as basic human rights. I have a great work ethic, and like to have a laugh. I have high attention to detail, am computer literate, punctual and am physically fit. I look forward to hearing how I could fit within a team with the same values.



Master of Health Practice in Paramedicine with Distinction at Auckland University of Technology


Bachelor of Health Science in Paramedic at Auckland University of Technology

Graduated at the top of my class, receiving the John Heberly Memorial Trophy for Overall Dedication and Distinction in the degree


Certificate of Proficiency in Quantitative Research II at Auckland University of Technology


Certificate in Tertiary Teaching at Auckland University of Technology


February 2011 - Current

Intensive Care Paramedic at St John Ambulance

I began working as an Ambulance Officer (now called EMT) with St John in 2011, then moved to Paramedic level, but have been an ICP with them since November 2012. Including a rescue helicopter winch medic in that time.

Dec 2013 - Dec 2017

Rifleman at New Zealand Army

Reserve Force. Graduated as Top Recruit Elliott VC Platoon, and Overall Top Recruit being awarded the Warrant Officer’s coin.

Start 2012 - current casual

Intensive Care Paramedic at International SOS

Fly in Fly Out (FIFO) contracts; the Shell Prelude offshore liquified natural gas platform. Ran the Accommodation Support Vessel (700 souls) clinic, inventory, supply, medical equipment maintenance, ship water testing, drug and alcohol testing, and medivac. I passed a BOSIET course and several significant on boarding activities to work offshore.

June 2014 - November 2017

Lecturer at Auckland University of Technology

Paper Leader of Cardiology, level 8 paper in the fourth semester of the BHSc Paramedicine degree. Autonomously managed upwards of 90 students through each semester, delivering lectures in person and online; weekly tutorials, curriculum and assessment design, marking and feedback. There was also a requirement to be studying and contributing to the Paramedicine Department Research Outputs too. I have a published study, and spoke to it at the Adelaide Paramedics Australasia International Conference (PAIC)

2012 - current casual

Intensive Care Paramedic at Aspen Medical

Australian FIFO contracts as an ICP manning clinics including at Camp Majura with the Australian Defence Force officer cadets, and at the remote Roy Hill Iron Ore Rail Camps. I required my 4×4 license, drug testing certificate and Fortescue rail access cards.

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