• 06/23/2017 2:42 PM | Anonymous

    The Emporia Fire Department is currently accepting applications for both full time and part time positions for: Paramedics, Firefighter/Paramedics, Firefighter/AEMT, and Firefighter/EMT.

    Applications can be completed at: http://emporia-kansas.gov/

  • 06/23/2017 8:50 AM | Anonymous

    We are a rapidly growing ground and air medical transport company with Full and Part-Time openings at our Scott City, Norton, and Liberal, Kansas stations for Paramedics, RNs with airway management or emergency department experience, or EMTs finishing their Paramedic license.

    Candidates wishing employment with Midwest Medical Transport should be willing to:

    • Respond promptly to emergent and non-emergent situations
    • Administer basic and advanced life support to patients at the scene, en route to the hospital, and in a pre-hospital setting, in accordance with federal, state, and local laws, regulations, and standards, and in accordance with company policies and guidelines
    • Effectively communicate with professional medical personnel and treatment facilities to obtain instructions regarding further treatment and/or to arrange reception of patients to the appropriate center
    • Network with area hospitals to continuously improve our service and build strong partnerships with customers
    • Submit to background check, drug screen and physical capacity testing

    Midwest Medical Transport offers excellent benefits which include:

    • Company paid short and long term disability and life insurance for full time employees
    • Medical, dental, and vision insurance
    • Flexible spending accounts
    • Safe Harbor 401K retirement plan
    • Paid Vacation, Sick, Holiday, and Bereavement leave
    • Commitment to life-long learning to include company paid continuing education and certification classes
    • State of the art equipment to assist you in providing the highest quality of patient care
    • Opportunities for professional growth and advancement

    For more information, please contact Craig Sowards @ (785) 630-1138 or forward your resume to craig.sowards@midwestmedicaltransport.net.

  • 06/02/2017 8:55 PM | Anonymous

    Coffey County EMS, a division of Coffey Health System, is accepting applications for the open positions of full-time Paramedic & full-time AEMT.  

    We are seeking highly motivated and dedicated individual’s to join our team. CCEMS is a progressive, hospital based, Type 1 service that runs approximately 1400 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 applicants must have good communication skills and work well with a variety of health care professionals.  The qualified applicant will be paired with a seasoned AEMT and or Paramedic and should be comfortable with liberal protocols.  The qualified applicants shall also have a valid driver’s license, and current certification as an Paramedic & AEMT or be able to obtain it.  Current EMTs nearing the end of a AEMT class or 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
    • 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.

  • 05/26/2017 10:39 AM | Anonymous

    Pottawatomie County is seeking applicants for EMS Director.

    Salary: Dependent Upon Qualifications, includes excellent benefits (health insurance, paid time off, KPERS, & more)

    Position Responsibilities: Responsible for the day-to-day operations and administration of the Pottawatomie County Emergency Medical Services. Plans, organizes, coordinates, and evaluates functioning of ambulance service; ensures appropriate training and supervision of staff to insure delivery of consistent, high quality care. This position is also a working member of the EMS staff responsible for daily coverage, and emergency responses.

    Education/Experience Required: Bachelor’s Degree in medical sciences or related field required. Five (5) years’ advanced life support and supervisory experience needed, an equivalent combination of education and experience accepted.

    Special Requirements: Must have and maintain a valid driver’s license, and 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 must have or obtain within 180 days of employment certification in Advanced Cardiac Life Support, plus Pediatric Advanced Life Support (PALS) OR Emergency Pediatric Care (EPC).

    Closing Date: Open until filled

    TO APPLY: Visit www.HRePartners.com to create an application – for all available positions with Pottawatomie County, visit https://www.hrepartners.com/allopenjobs.aspx?partners=72. For more information contact Crystal Malchose, Director of Human Resources, 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.


  • 05/17/2017 11:48 AM | Anonymous

    Paramedic and Advanced Life Support (ALS EMS) Instructor (FAC3087) - Hutchinson Community College

    RESPONSIBILITIES:
    Essential Functions –

    • Instruct in the paramedic program. Teaching assignments may include evening, weekend, and/or alternative delivery systems such as online, ITV or outreach locations.
    • Provide curriculum planning, instructional unit development, implementation and evaluation.
    • Coordinate preceptor supervision of students in a variety of clinical, field and classroom settings.
    • and more...

    QUALIFICATIONS (required):

    • Demonstrated ability to work in a student-centered, team environment is required.
    • Bachelor degree required in a program related field.
    • Teaching experience in emergency care or continuing medical education is required.
    • Kansas certified Paramedic or nationally registered EMT-P. Certification by the National Registry as an EMT-P is required within 6 months of employment.
    • A minimum of two years EMS or critical care experience providing patient care is required.
    • and more...

    Download a complete list of responsibilities and qualifications here.

    SALARY and STATUS:
    The salary is determined per the 2017-2018 Hiring Salary Schedule in the local HutchCC Master Agreement. This full-time faculty position is nine months annual (based on contract renewal) with an additional 50 duty days (220 work days per contract), due process rights eligible, benefit eligible, and exempt. For a copy of the hiring schedule for this position, please see the attached schedule, or you may visit the following address: http://www.hutchcc.edu/hiring-schedule

    APPLICATION:
    Submit the HutchCC Administrative/Instructional Application Form to:
    HUMAN RESOURSES
    HUTCHINSON COMMUNITY COLLEGE
    1300 NORTH PLUM
    HUTCHINSON, KS 67501
    (620) 665-3497
    hrinfo@hutchcc.edu

    To view the HutchCC Non-discrimination notice, please visit www.hutchcc.edu

  • 05/10/2017 10:35 AM | Anonymous

    MEDICAL HELP WANTED: Pratt County EMS is taking applications for a full time position. 24 Hr. shift position currently open. Must be a Kansas Certified Paramedic or Advanced Level EMT. Residency requirement. Pratt County provides vacation, sick leave, BC/BS health insurance, and KPERS retirement. 

    Applications can be obtained by calling Pratt County EMS at 620-672-4130 or may be picked up at the office of the County Clerk in the Pratt County Courthouse at 3rd and Ninnescah. All applications should be returned to the Pratt County Clerk, PO Box 885, Pratt, Ks. 67124. For more information call 620-672-4130. 

    Pratt County is an equal opportunity employer, Pratt County provides a tobacco free workplace. Reasonable accommodations will be made in compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act.

  • 05/09/2017 9:20 AM | Anonymous

    The Wellington Fire & EMS Department is accepting applications for Firefighter/EMT or Firefighter/Paramedic position.   Applicants must be currently certified as a Kansas EMT or will be certified as a paramedic by December 2017.  Applicants must be an IFSAC or Pro Board certified Firefighter I or the ability to obtain that certification within 12 months.  Interviews and physical ability test will be scheduled shortly after the application deadline.  Starting base salary for a Firefighter/EMT is $33,476, and Firefighter/Paramedic is $40,576.  There is a salary step increase after 6 months based on evaluation.

    Wellington Fire & EMS employs 20 full time personnel.  The department responds on an average to 1400 EMS calls and 1200 fire calls annually.  Staff work 24 hour shifts and must reside within 15 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/dental insurance and ample opportunities for overtime. 

    Apply and review the City of Wellington Firefighter/EMT or Firefighter/Paramedic position requirements at hrepartners.com  
    Application deadline is May 17, 2017 at 5:00 PM

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

  • 05/08/2017 10:57 AM | Anonymous

    This position meets all the requirements set forth by the Kansas Board of EMS for the position of Paramedic. The Paramedic is expected to meet the urgent health care needs of all patients regardless of age or co-morbidity, consistent with their defined scope of practice. The Paramedic must be able to exercise considerable judgment, problem-solving, and decision making skills. The Paramedic provides out-of-hospital medical care to those with urgent needs, and is a component of the overall healthcare system. The Paramedic delivers care as part of a system intended to decrease the morbidity associated with sudden illness and injury. Work is performed under general supervision of the EMS Chief, Assistant Chief and/or Battalion Chief.

    Franklin County participates in the Kansas Public Employees Retirement System (KPERS & KP&F).

    • How to Apply: Complete On-Line Application at www.HRePartners.com.
    • Base Rate: $32,756 annually depending on qualifications
    • Date Opened: Friday, May 5, 2017
    • Date to Close: Sunday, May 21, 2017
    • Hours: Wednesdays & Fridays 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
      Sundays 8 a.m. for 24 hour shift Overtime may be required.

    Questions regarding this job announcement shall be directed to the Human Resources Department at 785-229-3444 or via e-mail at humanresources@franklincoks.org.

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