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  • 10/11/2019 12:06 PM | Mary Napier (Administrator)

    Riley County is seeking applications for the position of Community Care Team Coordinator. The Community Care Team is a pilot project intended to improve access to, and coordination of, healthcare services in the Flint Hills area. The team's success has been measured in a marked cost avoidance for several healthcare entities and improved outcomes for its patients. The Community Care Team Coordinator will be tasked with managing the increasing scope of the Community Care Team as well as working with area partners on a sustainability and scale-ability plan. Please see the position description below and submit an application using the provided link. 


    This is a part-time fixed term, grant funded position. Funding for year two is contingent on meeting grant requirements and authorization from the funding agency.  Funding is provided through the Memorial Hospital Association. The Community Care Team Coordinator will manage the efforts of the Flint Hills Community Care Team (CCT), which operates under the Flint Hills Wellness Coalition, in order to improve access to, and coordination of, healthcare services in Riley County in an effort to improve patient outcomes and to eliminate the costly and inefficient overutilization of emergency medical services. This position is considered a leadership position requiring strong communication skills to collaborate with community members, healthcare providers, and the Flint Hills Community Care Team members to address healthcare efficiency and accessibility issues and in Riley County.  

    Read the full description here.

  • 10/11/2019 8:25 AM | Kara Lawrence (Administrator)

    The City of Kingman has an opening for Full-Time Paramedic. Kingman EMS serves a rural population of approximately 7,200 people throughout a 720sq mile service area. Kingman EMS runs approximately 750 calls per year. The department works under progressive and liberal protocols designed to provide care to patients in the rural setting. With prolonged transport times and bypass protocols, our paramedics must have strong critical thinking skills and be comfortable caring for critical patients for long periods of time.

    Kingman EMS recently acquired a new station and the remodel is complete, which includes a kitchen, living room, two bedrooms, bathroom, and training facility. While living within the City of Kingman is preferred, the new station allows us to lift the living requirement and allow crews to stay at the station during assigned shifts and call time.

    The Full-Time Paramedic position works 40-hour work weeks on a unique 12-hour hybrid schedule. We staff the office 7a-9p M-F and 9a-9p on the weekends. Crews take call from home or our new living quarters from 9p-9a typically 2-3 nights/week. The EMS Director maintains flexibility with the schedule to accommodate the needs of employees to allow them to attend family functions and other activities. The City of Kingman offers competitive pay, a KPERS retirement plan, family dental insurance, and life insurance. The City also offers family health insurance that is paid 100% by the City. 

    Our full-time staff is an essential team member of our progressive team of healthcare professionals and also serves a vital role in day-to-day operations including training, billing, logistics, supply management, and public education.

    All candidates must undergo a background check, pre-employment physical and drug screen to be considered for employment. The City of Kingman is an equal opportunity employer. 


  • 10/07/2019 3:02 PM | Kara Lawrence (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

  • 10/07/2019 2:55 PM | Kara Lawrence (Administrator)

    Wage: Dependent upon education and experience (exempt) – includes excellent benefits (paid time off, KP&F retirement, insurance, and more)

    Position Responsibilities: Employee assists in the day-to-day operations and general administration of the Pottawatomie County Emergency Medical Services (EMS). Helps to plans, organize, coordinate, and evaluate functioning of the ambulance service. Supervises full- and part-time staff in order to ensure consistent high-quality care.  Assistant Director is a working member of the staff and is responsible for daily coverage, emergency responses, and call coverage. Employee shall possess excellent communication and interpersonal skills and independent decision making ability

    Education/Experience: Graduation from an accredited four-year college or university with a degree in medical science or a related field is preferred. Five (5) years’ advanced life support required.  Experience in administration or management preferred.  Any equivalent combination of training and experience that provides the knowledge, skills and abilities may be considered. Must be certified by the Kansas Board of Emergency Medical Services (KSBEMS) as a paramedic in good standing throughout employment. Must be BLS provider certified from the American Heart Association (AHA) upon employment and maintain throughout employment. Must have or obtain within 180 days of employment and maintain throughout employment certification in Advanced Cardiac Life Support, plus Pediatric Advanced Life Support (PALS) or Emergency Pediatric Care (EPC). 

    Applications will be accepted until the position has been filled. 

    TO APPLY and view other available positions: Visit www.hrepartners.com, for more information, 785-457-3455 or cmalchose@pottcounty.org. Applicants recommended for employment are subject to post-offer pre-employment screening including a pre-employment drug test. Pottawatomie County is an EOE.

  • 10/01/2019 3:30 PM | Mary Napier (Administrator)

    LifeSave Transport is currently seeking qualified EMTs for our Emporia, KS air ambulance base location.

    The EMT is an on-call position that will work in a fast-paced atmosphere while maintaining a safe environment for patients. The main function of this position is to assist the medical staff on duty in transporting sick and injured persons safely and quickly, as well as maintain the vehicle to be mission ready.

    For more information or to apply, please visit https://lifesave.com/position/on-call-emt or call 316.932.1440.

  • 09/26/2019 8:29 AM | Mary Napier (Administrator)

    Harper County EMS is currently accepting applications for Part Time and Full Time EMTs, AEMTs, and Paramedics. 

    Full Time and/or Part Time Paramedic.  Applicants must possess current Kansas Paramedic or NREMT-P certification.  CPR, NIMS, ACLS and PALS certifications preferred, but not required. 
    Part Time EMT and/or A-EMT.  Current Kansas EMT or A-EMT certification and CPR required.

    Pre-employment background check, drug screen and valid, unrestricted Driver's License required for all positions. 

    Full Time positions are eligible for County benefits, which include paid health and dental insurance options, employer funded Health Reimbursement Account, KPERS retirement plan, Life Insurance, and Paid Time Off (PTO).

    We also have a position/positions for captain level or above

    Further information and applications are available in the Human Resources Office of the Harper County Courthouse, as well as online at www.harpercountyks.gov


  • 09/23/2019 9:00 PM | Mary Napier (Administrator)

    Franklin County EMS has EMT, AEMT, or Paramedic openings - full-time and part-time.   Complete On-Line Application at www.franklincoks.org or at www.HRePartners.com.  Positions opened until filled.  Learn more by clicking on a link below.

  • 09/20/2019 6:56 PM | Kara Lawrence (Administrator)

    Smith County EMS is currently accepting applications for open full time shift positions.  Equipped with state of the art equipment empowering crews to provide optimal patient care, our crews enjoy our liberal and progressive off-line guidelines.  

    Candidates shall have a valid Kansas driver’s license, Kansas Certified EMT, AEMT, or Paramedic. 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.

  • 09/18/2019 7:23 AM | Mary Napier (Administrator)

    Due to growth, Midwest Medical is seeking a qualified Station Manager to join our team in Kansas City, KS!

    • Do you have 2+ years of EMS experience?
    • Have you contributed in problem solving, decision making and creative thinking to get things done more efficiently?
    • Do you enjoy working in a fast-paced environment where you can make a difference?
    • Are you looking for your next position where you can impact the operations and production of our stations?

    If you answered “YES” to these question’s then keep reading!!

    Midwest Medical Transport offers a comprehensive benefit package including medical, dental, vision, life, long term life, paid time off, holiday pay incentives, 401k, continuing educational opportunities and so much more!

    The Station Manager is responsible for overseeing the day to day operations of the station.

    Essential Functions

    • Maintain day to day operations of the station
    • Possess good verbal communication skills
    • Create an inspiring team environment with an open communication culture
    • Set clear team goals
    • Delegate tasks and set deadlines
    • Assist management in overseeing day-to-day operation
    • Monitor team performance and report on metrics
    • Motivate team members


    • Must have the ability to multitask with frequent interruptions while completing tasks in a timely fashion
    • Excellent organizational skills, demonstrated initiative, good judgment, and flexibility
    • Approaches change as an opportunity for growth and development in self and others
    • Possess strong written and verbal communication skills
    • Team player with the ability to work independently
    • Stays detail oriented while following up on issues

    Required Education and Experience

    • Supervising or management experience of 4 or more FTEs
    • High School Diploma or GED
    • Basic Life Support
    • CPR & First Aid Certified 

    Preferred Education and Experience

    • National Registry Paramedic or EMT Certification
    • Advanced Cardiovascular Life Support
    • Pediatric Advanced Life Support
    • Current state driver’s license

    We are an equal opportunity employer and conduct pre-employment drug testing. Apply today!!! 


  • 08/28/2019 7:49 AM | Mary Napier (Administrator)

    Atchison County EMS is seeking applicants for a full time paramedic opening, but would consider an AEMT or EMT as well. Interested parties may see the full job description and apply online @ www.atchisoncountyks.org/Jobs.aspx or apply in person @ the Atchison County HR office in the Courthouse, 423 N. 5th St. Atchison, KS 66002.

    Atchison County EMS is a county government based EMS system located in NE Kansas serving a population of approx. 17,000 including the City of Atchison, Effingham, Lancaster, Huron, Muscotah, and the rural areas of Atchison County. We operate out of two stations with an annual call volume of approx. 2200 calls. Call volume is roughly 75% 911 response. We staff ALS level ambulances 24/7 with progressive protocol. Shifts are 24 hour on a Berkeley Schedule. We offer competitive pay, full benefits, and KP&F retirement. Equal opportunity employer.

    For questions please contact Station 1 @ 913-804-6150 or email cscott@atcoks.org.

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