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  • 10/19/2021 1:26 PM | Kari Presley (Administrator)

    Ellsworth County EMS is a Type II Service located in Central Kansas and runs approx. 800- 950 calls annually. We are seeking highly motivated and dedicated individuals to join our team part-time. The qualified applicant must have good communication skills and work well with a variety of health care professionals, fire, & law enforcement agencies.

     The individual we are seeking will provide patient care within their scope of practice. The employee will participate in the care and maintenance of facilities, equipment and ambulances. You must be able to work independently, multi-task and maintain a high level of patient care and re-pour with patients. The qualified applicant shall also have a valid driver’s license and current certification. Upon receiving an offer of employment, applicant must pass a background check, pre-employment drug screen.

    Beginning Wage- $11.84 - $16.85

    Contact Service Director Nathaniel Florian or submit an application at 

    Ellsworth County EMS, 1107 Evans St., Ellsworth, KS  67439 

    Office: 785-472-3454  

  • 10/08/2021 10:00 AM | Kari Presley (Administrator)

    Duties of this full-time position include protecting life and property by engaging directly in firefighting, emergency care and fire prevention.  Maintains fire/EMS equipment, apparatus and facilities. Work may involve considerable physical exertion and hazards to health and safety.  Will be trained to participate in firefighting duties in rotation with EMS duties .

    Must possess Kansas Certified Paramedic license and CPR certification at time of employment. Candidates must possess a high school diploma/acceptable equivalent and a valid driver’s license with a safe driving record as determined by the employer.

    The successful applicant must pass post-offer, pre-employment drug/alcohol screens along with physical capacity profile and background checks.

    Firefighter/Paramedics work 24 hour shifts and are paid on an hourly, FLSA 7(k) exemption basis.  Annualized compensation estimate does not include Overtime and Premium Pay.

    The City of Arkansas City provides an excellent benefits package including family health and dental insurance, life insurance and KP&F retirement benefits.

    Please apply at arkcity.org or governmentjobs.com.  Applications accepted until position is filled.

    EOE/ADA

  • 10/08/2021 9:57 AM | Kari Presley (Administrator)

    Duties of this full-time position include protecting life and property by engaging directly in firefighting, emergency care and fire prevention.  Maintains fire/EMS equipment, apparatus and facilities. Work may involve considerable physical exertion and hazards to health and safety.  Will be trained to participate in firefighting duties in rotation with EMS duties .

    Must possess Kansas Emergency Medical Technician license and CPR certification at time of employment. Candidates must possess a high school diploma/acceptable equivalent and a valid driver’s license with a safe driving record as determined by the employer.

    The successful applicant must pass post-offer, pre-employment drug/alcohol screens along with physical capacity profile and background checks.

    Firefighter/EMTs work 24 hour shifts and are paid on an hourly, FLSA 7(k) exemption basis.  Annualized compensation estimate does not include Overtime and Premium Pay.

    The City of Arkansas City provides an excellent benefits package including family health and dental insurance, life insurance and KP&F retirement benefits. Please apply at arkcity.org or governmentjobs.com

    Applications accepted until position is filled. EOE/ADA

  • 10/05/2021 1:29 PM | Kari Presley (Administrator)

    Life Touch EMS is accepting applications for Kansas Certified EMT, AEMT, Paramedic at our Salina Station. Must have a clean driving record. If interested in becoming part of our team please go to www.lifetouchems.com and fill out an application. If you have any questions please contact us at stan@lifetouchems.com

  • 09/28/2021 3:43 PM | Kari Presley (Administrator)

    The Winfield Fire/EMS Department is currently hiring Firefighter/Paramedic and Firefighter/EMT positions.  Applicants must be currently certified as a Paramedic or Emergency Medical Technician.  Applicants must obtain the Firefighter 1 certification within their first year of service. 

    The starting annual salary for Firefighter/Paramedic is $35,613 not including FLSA overtime.  The starting annual salary for Firefighter/EMT is $32,323 not including FLSA overtime.  Job experience and certifications could change annual salaries.  You will receive a pay raise at 6 months (5and another pay raise at the end of your first year (5with satisfactory job performance and meeting job requirements.  You will then receive annual job evaluations with raises in pay that meet department standards.

    The Winfield Fire/EMS Department currently employs 24 fulltime staff and 4 administration positions.  We are a progressive EMS system meeting the everchanging demands of the medical field.  Our fire service provides city and rural fire and rescue services. We are currently awaiting the final construction of our new Fire/EMS station with a four-story training tower. 

    Please apply online here. 

  • 09/24/2021 10:27 AM | Kari Presley (Administrator)

    Marion County EMS is accepting applications for a Full Time Kansas Certified EMT. We are seeking a highly motivated and dedicated professional to join our team. We operate 2 full time ALS units out of two stations as well as 2 volunteer BLS units. Our EMS professionals enjoy an excellent wage/benefit package including BCBS and KPERS, continuing education, state of the art equipment, and liberal protocols.  Marion County EMS full time staff work a 24/48 shift, with no on call time or residency requirements.  We respond to approximately 1300 calls for service annually. 

    Beginning Wage for EMT   $12.64

    Email Director Travis Parmley at tparmley@marioncoks.net to apply.

  • 09/24/2021 10:26 AM | Kari Presley (Administrator)

    Marion County EMS is accepting applications for a Full Time Kansas Certified Paramedic. We are seeking a highly motivated and dedicated professional to join our team. We operate 2 full time ALS units out of two stations as well as 2 volunteer BLS units. Our EMS professionals enjoy an excellent wage/benefit package including BCBS and KPERS, continuing education, state of the art equipment, and liberal protocols.  Marion County EMS full time staff work a 24/48 shift, with no on call time or residency requirements.  We respond to approximately 1300 calls for service annually. 

    Beginning Wage for Paramedic   $16.13

    Email Director Travis Parmley at tparmley@marioncoks.net to apply.

  • 09/21/2021 4:01 PM | Kari Presley (Administrator)

    Kiowa County EMS is currently accepting applications for Full Time and PRN positions of any certification to join our team.

    Minimum requirements: Active State of Kansas certification and Valid Driver’s license. ACLS, PALS, and PHTLS preferred but will be offered. Upon receiving offer of employment, applicant must pass background check, physical, and drug screen.

    Full time Benefits include: Daycare when working if available, No living requirement, Health insurance, Life insurance, ACLS and PALS training.

    If interested contact the EMS Director with any questions. Eric Buck, ebuck@kcmh.net, (620) 388-2694.

  • 09/15/2021 3:02 PM | Kari Presley (Administrator)

    Riley County EMS is accepting applications for a full time position open to any certification. We operate four ALS staffed units and a support vehicle out of four stations, two of which are shared with Manhattan Fire Department. We respond to approximately 4,800 calls for service annually, provide routine training/education on duty, incentive pay for working with Big XII athletics, and offer a wide variety of community outreach opportunities.

    Any individual who wishes to be part of a patient centered service with unique opportunities for engagement offering competitive pay and KP&F benefits should apply at the link below. Any questions should be directed to Assistant Director Josh Gering at jgering@rileycountyks.gov or (785)979-3188.

     https://ks-rileycounty.civicplushrms.com/careers/


  • 08/24/2021 3:45 PM | Kari Presley (Administrator)

    Ellsworth County EMS is accepting applications for Full-time and Part-time positions for Paramedic, AEMT, & EMT. Ellsworth County EMS is a Type II Service located in Central Kansas and runs approx. 750-800 calls annually. Full time staff works 48/96 shift schedule. The qualified applicant must have good communication skills and work well with a variety of health care professionals, fire, & law enforcement agencies.

    Qualified individuals should be comfortable with liberal protocols. The qualified applicant shall also have a valid driver’s license and current certification. Upon receiving an offer of employment, applicant must pass a background check, pre-employment drug screen.

    Beginning Salary Range: EMT $37,000-$41,000 AEMT $40,000- $47,000 Paramedic $47,000-$52,000 Depending on qualifications

    Applications can be picked up at the Ellsworth County EMS station or at www.ellsworthcounty.org . For full position description contact Ellsworth County Service Director at (785)-472-2454. Position will be open until filled.

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