• 04/15/2019 10:52 AM | Mary Napier (Administrator)

    Dickinson County EMS is accepting applications for Kansas Certified Paramedic. We are seeking highly motivated and dedicated EMS professionals to join our team. We are a progressive ALS service providing an integrated healthcare approach to EMS. Our EMS professionals enjoy an excellent wage/benefit package, professional development program, scholarships, advanced in-house continuing education, state of the art equipment and facilities, liberal protocols, 24 hour shifts, and no on call time or residency requirements.

    Current Kansas Certified EMS attendants currently enrolled in a paramedic program may apply.

    To apply
    You may submit an electronic application at www.dkcoks.org or contact John Hultgren, EMS Director at 785-263-0716 or jhultgren@dkcoks.org

    Application deadline: Open until filled

  • 04/11/2019 11:32 AM | Mary Napier (Administrator)

    The Wellington Fire & EMS Department is accepting applications for Firefighter/Paramedic.  Application deadline is April 23, 2019 at 5:00 PM.    

    Applicants must be currently certified as a Paramedic or will complete Paramedic class in 2019.  Applicants must be a certified Firefighter I or the ability to obtain that certification within 12 months.   Applicants must attend a physical ability test or a current CPAT will be accepted.  Interviews and physical ability test will be scheduled shortly after the application deadline.   Starting annual salary for a paramedic is $42,041 this does not include FLSA overtime. 

    Wellington Fire & EMS employs 18 full time personnel, and two administrative staff.  The department responds on an average to 2000 EMS calls and 1300 fire calls annually.  Staff work 24 hour shifts and must reside within 20 miles of the fire station within 6 months. 

    The City of Wellington offers KP& F retirement, 10 paid holidays, vacation, Christmas savings plan, sick time incentive, health insurance and opportunities for overtime.   

    Apply and review the City of Wellington Firefighter/Paramedic position requirements, at hrepartners.com.   

    Contact Tim Hay at 620 326-7443 with any questions concerning this position.

  • 04/09/2019 9:55 AM | Mary Napier (Administrator)

    Paramedic (preference for Paramedic) AEMT/EMT--Pottawatomie County EMS is expanding its coverage area and will be adding 58 square miles of coverage area which will encompass all of the county including areas inside the city limits of Manhattan (nearly 900 square miles. We will be expecting an annual call volume over 2,000 calls a year and operating out of 5 separate stations. PCEMS has immediate opening for paramedic’s and will consider AEMT as well.   Immediate Opening(s).  We also are looking for part time staff!

    These position(s) work a 48/96 rotation. Enjoy the opportunity to work 48 hours followed by 96 hours off – then the shift repeats. Pottawatomie County does NOT have a residency requirement for EMS personnel. Pottawatomie County EMS currently has 4 stations and will be opening a 5th station, located in Blue Township/Manhattan Kansas area of the county. PCEMS provides 911 and non-emergent response and transports. We have also have taken delivery of a new Type 1 Ambulance and 2 type II units in May. We carry Zoll series monitors, power cots with power load system and Auto-Pulse as well. We will be adding 2 more type II units in first quarter of 2019 with power load and power cots.  Enjoy a positive working atmosphere and modern equipment. KP&F retirement plan; the county also offers other benefits with several health care plans to choose from.

    Full-time and PRN Shifts Available!

    Minimum Starting Rate dependent on position;
    Approximate annual gross income of:
    EMT = $12.00/hr/ $39,936.00
    AEMT = $12.75/hr/$42,432.00
    Paramedic = $14.75/hr/$49,088.00 DOQ.

    Full-time includes excellent benefits (health insurance, paid time off, KPERS/KP&F retirement, and more)

    Position Responsibilities: Provides emergency medical treatment in a pre-hospital setting, performing basic life support and ALS to the sick and injured.

    Education/Experience Required: A high school diploma, GED, or equivalent, or graduation from a vocational school is preferred. Must be Kansas Certified and/or hold National Registration as an EMT/AEMT/Paramedic

    Special Requirements: Possession & maintenance of a valid Kansas Driver’s License.

    Please apply asap at:  https://www.hrepartners.com for any question contact:

    Our main office number 785-456-9700

  • 04/05/2019 5:46 PM | Mary Napier (Administrator)

    Russell County EMS is accepting applications for a part-time Instructor/Coordinator position. The primary responsibilities of the position will be in providing initial education courses at the EMR and EMT level in Russell County. The successful applicant will also complete orientation to our EMS operations and be allowed to pick up open shifts for additional hours.

    Minimum qualifications: Kansas Certification as I/C and attendant, current CPR certification, and American Heart Association BLS instructor.

    ALS providers will also be required to have current ACLS and PALS/PEPP.

    Additional instructor qualifications of ACLS, PALS, AMLS, etc. will also be considered.  

    Pay will be dependent on experience.

    Interested applicants should submit a resume and a Russell County Employment Application, located here.

    Questions, applications, and resumes can be directed to:

    RCEMS Director Chris Venters
    311 S. Fossil
    Russell KS 67665
    O: 785-445-3720
    F: 785-445-3722
    E: chrisv.392@gmail.com

  • 04/04/2019 3:37 PM | Mary Napier (Administrator)

    Smith County EMS offers competitive wages and operates with progressive off-line guidelines (protocols) includes but no limited to abdominal emergencies, CVA(stroke) emergencies, cardiac emergencies, respiratory emergencies, sequential intubation, and other medical / trauma emergencies. Equipment available include but no limited to ZOLL X-series, IV pumps, fluid warmers, Revel ventilators and other medical / trauma supplies.

    Currently accepting applications for full time shift positions currently open. Candidates must have a valid Kansas driver’s license, be a Kansas Certified EMT, AEMT, or Paramedic. Smith County provides, vacation / sick leave, health benefit package, and retirement package. Interested candidates can obtain applications from Smith County EMS at 914 E. HWY 36, Smith Center Kansas, 66967 or by calling (785)-282-6924. Smith County is an EOE.

  • 04/04/2019 3:33 PM | Mary Napier (Administrator)

    Position: Battalion Chief of Medical Operations

    Position Summary
    Education, Quality Improvement and Medical Operational monitoring is an essential part of a progressive EMS service striving for growth and excellence.  This position will be a pinnacle point for the identification, planning, execution and closure for that journey. As a working leader, this position will also be a full time paramedic working shifts for that position.

    Download the full description here.

    For more details or to apply, contact Michael Johnson, EMS Chief, at 785-890-4800 x 501 or mjohnson@shermancounty.org.

  • 03/25/2019 7:41 PM | Mary Napier (Administrator)

    Clay County EMS is accepting applications for full time position of Paramedic or AEMT. We are seeking highly motivated and dedicated individuals to join our team. We are a progressive service providing ALS care out of one station staffing 2 ALS units. We offer a competitive wage/benefit package. Starting wage for Paramedic is $15.00 per hour and AEMT is $13.00 per hour.  Technicians work a 24/48-hour shift rotation with no “on call” time or residency requirements.  We operate under liberal protocols and provide an environment with state-of-the-art equipment. 

    Position Summary:  The employee will provide direct patient care within their scope of practice independently and in support of their partner in the pre-hospital, emergency department, tertiary and inter-facilities transfer settings. The employee will participate in the care and maintenance of facilities, equipment and ambulances.  The employee must be able to work independently, prioritize multiple tasks and maintain a high level of patient/customer satisfaction.

    Applications accepted until position filled.

    Contact Rocky Cramer, EMS Director
    785-632-2166 or rcramer.ems@claycountykansas.org

    603 4th Street
    Clay Center. Kansas 67432

  • 03/15/2019 7:54 AM | Mary Napier (Administrator)

    AMR-Topeka FT/PT Paramedic
    $1,000 to $2,000 sign-on bonus*
    Learn more here.    Apply here.
    FT Linn County Paramedic:  Work 48 on, 96 off
    Learn more here.

    FT Linn County EMT :  Work 48 on, 96 off
    Learn more here.

    FT KC Metro Paramedic – 12 hour shifts
    Learn more here.


    Comprehensive benefits are offered.  Contact mary.glover@amr.net with questions.

  • 03/05/2019 1:53 PM | Mary Napier (Administrator)

    Norton County EMS is currently accepting applications for a full-time EMT, AEMT, or Paramedic. We are seeking a highly motivated and dedicated individual to be part of our team headed in a new positive direction. Come join a progressive team with state-of-the-art equipment that operates under very liberal protocols. We offer a competitive wage and benefit package with a very tech friendly flexible schedule with every other weekend off, some on-call time required.

    Applications can be picked up at the station or contact:
    Craig Sowards, EMS Director
    Cell 785 630-1138
    Station 785 877- 5784

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