• 12/03/2018 4:30 PM | Mary Napier (Administrator)

    The Medical Accounts Manager (MAM) works under the general direction of the Emergency Medical Services (EMS) Chief. The MAM provides complex patient record management, including insurance coding, billing and auditing. The position requires the exercise of independent judgment and initiative within the established policy and the ability to develop office protocols leading to consistent efficient and accurate service provision.

    Considerable skill is needed in computer operations and data entry as well as financial reporting and auditing. The MAM serves as the department’s HIPAA Privacy Officer requiring in depth knowledge of HIPAA regulations. Effective interactions with staff, other County departments and the public is necessary. Franklin County participates in the Kansas Public Employees Retirement System (KPERS & KP&F).

    Download full description here.

    How to Apply: Complete On-Line Application at Current Job Openings at
    www.franklincoks.org or at www.HRePartners.com.

  • 11/29/2018 11:52 AM | Mary Napier (Administrator)

    Jobs Available:

    • FIREFIGHTER / EMT
    • PARAMEDIC / APPRENTICE FIREFIGHTER
    • PARAMEDIC / FIREFIGHTER

    The Salina Fire Department is a Premier Fire Department in the State of Kansas with a fire based EMS system. We serve Salina, Saline County, and the North Central Region of Kansas from four stations with 90+ personnel. We average 9000+ alarms for service annually, including city fire suppression, city / county / regional emergency medical services, regional technical rescue, and regional hazmat response. The city offers a generous benefit package and competitive wages.

    For duties, certification requirements, salary, other details and an application for each position, visit https://jobs.salina-ks.gov.

  • 11/28/2018 4:02 PM | Mary Napier (Administrator)

    LifeSave Transport is now hiring Ground Paramedics for its Dodge City location. This crew will be staffed 24/7 mission ready in 24 hour shift rotations. Minimum Qualifications: Applicants must have a valid Kansas driver’s license and be a currently Kansas certified Paramedic in good standing, or be a licensed Registered Nurse. All applications must also submit and agree to vehicle insurance provider background assessments. Preference will be given to applications with at least one year experience as a Paramedic or Nurse.  For more information about this position, visit https://lifesave.com/position/ground-paramedic or call 316.932.1440. To apply, please email your resume, area of interest, and contact information to careers@lifesave.com.

  • 11/27/2018 12:31 PM | Mary Napier (Administrator)

    Sedgwick County has immediate opening for part-time paramedics.  Interested parties can apply online on HRePartners at

    https://www.hrepartners.com/jobdetails.aspx?id=32338
  • 11/21/2018 9:04 AM | Mary Napier (Administrator)

    Clay County EMS is accepting applications for a full-time position of AEMT for immediate hiring. 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 medic units. We offer a competitive wage/benefit package. Technicians work 24/48 hour.  There are no residency requirements and no “on call” time required.  We operate under liberal protocols and provide an environment with state of the art equipment. 

    Applications available at Clay County EMS, 603 4th Street, Clay Center, KS 67432 Phone: 785-632-2166, or rcramer.ems@claycountykansas or County’s Webpage at www.claycountykansas.org , or PO Box 98, Clay Center, Kansas, 785-632-2552.

    Applications accepted until position filled.

  • 11/13/2018 2:34 PM | Mary Napier (Administrator)

    Under the direct supervision of the Board of County Commissioners, this exempt position is responsible for all day-to-day operations of EMS as well as other administrative duties as prescribed by County and State Statutes, Policies, and Regulations.  The Director is first in command in any administrative or patient situation.  The EMS Director performs all scope of practice functions as to their level of attendant certification.   Provides Advanced Life Support including medical evaluation, treatment and stabilization of the critically ill and injured; responds to emergency rescue situations involving potential loss of life or bodily injury; maintains control, manages and directs patient care at the scene of a pre-hospital emergency; provides training and instruction to lesser trained personnel; performs other duties as required.  The position is located in the Clay County Kansas Emergency Medical Service (EMS) system.

    EMS Director must live within Clay County Kansas, have a valid Kansas Driver’s License, and current Kansas EMS Certification at AEMT or Paramedic (Paramedic Preferred).  Must have at a minimum 5 years of active EMS service and 3 years of EMS Supervision.  Applications can be found on www.claycountykansas.orgApplications will close on December 15, 2018.

  • 11/08/2018 10:17 AM | Mary Napier (Administrator)

    Riley County EMS is accepting applications for Full Time Paramedics. We offer a starting wage of  $15.68 for Paramedics. Our Full Time Paramedics earn an initial salary of $52,183.04/year with opportunities for annual performance based raises. Employees are eligible for KP&F retirement benefits, Health Insurance, Holiday Pay at 2.5 times their base rate, and Event Bonus Pay consisting of an additional $8/hr for staffing most events including Big 12 Athletics. We work a traditional Berkeley shift with no residency requirements. We employ a Full Time Director, Asst. Director, and Clinical Operations Officer. We operate four ALS staffed units and a support vehicle out of three stations, two of which are shared with Manhattan Fire Department. We respond to approximately 4800 calls for service annually, provide routine training/education on duty, and offer a wide variety of community outreach opportunities through our active PR Committee. Any individual who wishes to be part of a progressive service with unique opportunities for growth and engagement 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://www.hrepartners.com/jobdetails.aspx?id=32296 

  • 10/29/2018 3:52 PM | Mary Napier (Administrator)

    Med-Trans offers competitive salaries and an excellent benefits package including a 401(k) retirement plan with a company match and holiday pay.

    Med-Trans also provides full time employees with 100% company-paid:
    •Life Insurance
    •Short –Term Disability Insurance
    •Long-Term Disability Insurance

    Responsibilities

    Our Ground Paramedics are responsible for all duties relating to providing exemplary patient care services, outstanding customer service skills, and understanding of confidentiality and productivity that are required.

    Qualifications

    • Minimum of one year recent experience in an ALS system and/or critical care setting
    • Vurrent license or certification in at least one state (and any applicable states)
    • Current and Valid State Driver’s license in good standing
    • Current EVOC
    • PHTLS or ITLS
    • Nationally Registered Paramedic (within 6 months of hire date).
    • Current BCLS, ACLS, PALS
  • 10/09/2018 2:15 PM | Mary Napier (Administrator)

    Ford County Fire/EMS is currently accepting applications to begin a hiring process for Firefighter/EMT-AEMT-Paramedic for positions opening in January 2019. Applicants are required to possess a valid driver's license and either have EMS credentials or be enrolled in a current class. Applicant must pass a physical agility test, oral interview, post offer UA and have credentials for employment. Shifts are rotating 24 hour shifts. Applications can be filled out online at fordcounty.net or to request a paper application please call 620-227-4638.

  • 10/08/2018 11:32 AM | Mary Napier (Administrator)

    Osage County EMS (OCEMS) is accepting applications for FT and PT EMT, AEMT, and Paramedics. We offer progressive protocols, Flexible 24 hours shifts and starting January 1st, we will also be offering 12 hour shifts. Benefits include in-house education to meet recertification requirements, including CPR, ACLS, EPC, and PHTLS. A 401K plan (for FT and qualifying PT staff), Blue Cross & Blue Shield of Kansas medical/dental, holiday pay, paid vacation, and sick leave.  

    Osage County is the largest county in Kansas without a hospital. Using our progressive protocols you have time to treat your patient for an extended period of time and make a difference in their outcome. OCEMS has been awarded the Mission Lifeline Award for cardiac and stroke care for the past three years. OCEMS operates five ambulances out of three stations providing 911 response to 17,000 citizens, covering 9 cities, 2 federal reservoirs, and 3 major highways.

    Ideal applicants are committed to providing excellence and compassion in care. They should be self motivated to advance their education and career. They should possess excellent communication skills, a dedication to quality, and take pride in themselves and the service.  

    QUALIFICATIONS: Must be a Kansas certified EMT, AEMT, or Paramedic, hold a valid Kansas driver's license, and pass background and reference checks. Currently certified in CPR, additionally AEMT and Paramedics are current in ACLS, EPC, and PHTLS or the ability to obtain those credentials within 6 months of employment. 

    Apply online at: https://ksems.com/available-positions/

    Osage County EMS (TECHS) is an Equal Opportunity Employer

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