Full TimeProfessional


Department: Clinical Services 

Location: Fort Wayne, IN 

Position Type: Full-time 


Three Rivers Ambulance Authority (TRAA), the 2nd largest EMS system in Indiana, is seeking a qualified individual for the position of Trauma and Overdose Education and Reduction Coordinator. The successful candidate will play a crucial role in implementing a grant-funded project focused on addressing trauma and opioid overdose risks in the community. The candidate should align with TRAA’s commitment to providing emergent care to all individuals, irrespective of insurance status, and contribute to removing healthcare barriers for underinsured and underserved populations. 

Key Responsibilities: 

  • Identify and engage high-risk individuals for overdose and traumatic injuries. 

  • Coordinate with multi-disciplinary teams, including mental health providers, social workers, and law enforcement, to provide outreach following overdoses. 

  • Conduct public classes on Narcan administration and basic lifesaving care. 

  • Implement fall reduction education and prevention measures, including in-home assessments and education. 

  • Provide coverage at various community events for education on traumatic injury and opioid prevention. 

  • Collaborate with partner organizations, particularly with the Fort Wayne Police Department (FWPD) for follow-up on opioid overdoses. 

  • Monitor and report on project outcomes arequired. 

Required Qualifications: 

  • Strong communication and interpersonal skills. 

  • Demonstrated ability to work collaboratively with diverse teams. 

  • Knowledge of evidence-based practices in trauma and overdose prevention. 

  • Ability to organize and conduct educational programs. 

  • Comfort with MS Office Suite 

Desired Qualifications: 

  • EMT/Paramedic certification with 911 emergency response experience. 

  • Experience with Risk Mitigation/Management processes 

  • Associate’s degree or higher 


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