• 01/22/2018 4:01 PM | Mary Napier (Administrator)

    Riley County EMS is accepting applications for PRN EMTs, AEMTs, and two Full Time Paramedics. We offer a starting wage of $13.07/hour for EMT’s and $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 Training/Quality 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.org or (785)979-3188.

    More details: https://www.hrepartners.com/allopenjobs.aspx
    • PRN Positions can be found now
    • The Full Time Positions will be posted on January 26th
  • 01/17/2018 1:18 PM | Mary Napier (Administrator)

    Coffey County EMS, a division of Coffey Health System, is accepting applications for the position of full-time Paramedic.  We are seeking a highly motivated and dedicated individual to join our team. CCEMS is a progressive, hospital based, Type 1 service that runs approximately 1300 calls per year out of 1 station.  We have no on call policy or living restrictions.  CCEMS works 24 hour shifts consisting of 24 on, 24 off, 24 on, 24 off, 24 on 96 off.

    The qualified applicant must have good communication skills and work well with a variety of health care professionals.  The qualified applicant will be paired with an AEMT and should be comfortable with liberal protocols.  The qualified applicant shall also have a valid driver’s license, and current certification as a Paramedic or be able to obtain it.  Current EMT’s nearing the end of a Paramedic program may be considered.  Upon receiving an offer of employment, applicant must pass a background check, pre employment physical and urine drug screen.

    Benefits include:

    •  Competitive Wage based on experience. Brand New Medic Fresh Out of School Starts @ $49,920 per year. Salary is more based on Medic experience.   
    • Overtime paid after 40 hrs per week
    • Health Insurance
    • Life Insurance
    • Availability of Disability & Cancer Insurance
    • Pension Plan
    • Discretionary Leave
    • Educational Assistance Scholarships
    • Discounted Meals in the Hospital Cafeteria
    • In House Training including CPR, PHTLS, etc.

    To apply, please go to www.coffeyhealth.org and click on the Employment tab.  For questions call James Higgins, Director of EMS @ 620-364-4502 or email jhiggins@coffeyhealth.org.

    This position may be filled or closed to further applications without notice.
    Coffey Health System is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

  • 01/11/2018 9:35 AM | Mary Napier (Administrator)

    TECHS EMS, Inc. based in Holton, KS is actively seeking motivated individuals for EMT, AEMT, and Paramedic positions.  We are seeking qualified professionals who are motivated to provide excellent clinical care via progressive protocols.  

    Our 911 service locations currently include Jackson, Osage, and Nemaha Counties and a transfer division which includes the honor of serving our Veterans in NE Kansas VA system.  Applicants must hold a valid Kansas EMS Certification. 

    Review of applications will begin immediately and continue until the positions are filled.  For more information contact us a 785-364-1911. 

    http://www.ksems.com/PositionsAvailable.htm
  • 12/12/2017 8:00 AM | Mary Napier (Administrator)

    LifeFlight Eagle is excepting applications for PRN Transport EMTs and PRN Transport EMT/Communication Specialists.

    LifeFlight Eagle strongly prefers candidates with 2 years ambulance experience, 911 or Ground Critical Care Transport.

    The required certifications for a Transport EMT are:

    • Missouri & Kansas EMT-B or Higher
    • National Registry certification (preferred)
    • BLS
    • PHTLS or ITLS (must obtain within one year)
    • EVOC/CEVO certification
    • NIMS 100, 200 & 300
    • Hazardous Material Awareness
    • State Driver's License (in good standing)


    All applicants must pass a background check, pre-hire fit-for-duty test, and all employees must pass annual fit-for-duty testing. LifeFlight Eagle is a drug-free environment.

    To apply, send your CV/resume, cover letter, and documentation of certifications and licensure to: Chuck Palmer, Base Manager – Operational Resources, at cpalmer@lifeflighteagle.orgwww.lifeflighteagle.org

  • 12/11/2017 9:50 AM | Mary Napier (Administrator)

    Clay County EMS is accepting applications for full time positions of 2 Paramedics and 3 EMTs/AEMTs 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, marvinv.ems@claycountykansas.org  or Clay County Clerk’s Office, PO Box 98, Clay Center, Kansas, 785-632-2552.

    Applications accepted until positions filled.

  • 12/01/2017 10:35 AM | Mary Napier (Administrator)

    Norton County EMS is currently accepting applications and resumes for the position of EMS Director. The EMS Director supervisory responsibility will include but not be limited to the overall direction, coordination and evaluation of Norton county EMS. The Director in this position assists in scheduling training for personnel in emergency medical procedures and oversees the smooth operation of the department. The EMS director works with various health, fire, and law enforcement agencies in providing continuing education and public relations for emergency medical services. The Director supervises the staffing and training of volunteers as well as full time employees. The Director shall carry out supervisory responsibilities to include interviewing, hiring and training employees, planning, assigning, and directing work, appraising performance, rewarding and disciplining employees, and addressing complaints and resolving problems. Salary will be determined on experience and qualifications. Benefits include a single health plan, vision and dental insurance, paid life insurance policy, vacation, sick leave and KPERS retirement. Norton County is an equal opportunity employer.

    Applications and resumes may be sent to:

    Norton County Clerk
    PO Box 70
    Norton, Kansas 67654

    Applications accepted until position is filled.

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