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  • 01/20/2022 10:37 PM | Kari Presley (Administrator)

    Pawnee County EMS is currently accepting applications for a part time position within our department.  This position consists of one 24-hour shift per week.  All efforts are made to work around an applicant’s full time employment schedule.  Paramedic is preferred but all certification levels are encouraged to apply and will be considered.  Pay is based on experience.

    Pawnee County EMS is a new department that arose from the merging of Larned EMS and Burdett EMS on January 1, 2022.  Pawnee County is located in south central Kansas and includes the towns of Garfield, Burdett, Rozel and Larned with an approximate population of 6,200.  Pawnee County EMS operates out of two stations, with one in Larned and one in Burdett.  In 2021, there was a total of 1,054 calls between the two locations.

    Qualified individuals should be comfortable with liberal protocols and potentially extended transport times to the receiving facility.  The qualified applicant shall also have a valid driver’s license and current Kansas certification, in good standing with the Kansas Board of EMS.  Upon receiving an offer of employment, the applicant must pass a background check and pre-employment drug screen.

    To apply, please email a resume to Director Kara Lawrence at  For questions, please call (620) 285-8505.  Position will be open until filled.

  • 01/20/2022 11:08 AM | Kari Presley (Administrator)

    Russell County EMS is accepting applications for full and part-time positions.
    Minimum job requirements include Kansas certification as EMT/AEMT/Paramedic, and valid KS driver’s license.
    Russell County offers great benefits, incentive pay for additional shifts, and we have recently increased our pay scale.

    Applications can be found by contacting the RCEMS Director, or at

    Interested applicants are encouraged to contact the EMS Director with any questions about scheduling, position requirements, pay, etc.

    Applicants should submit a completed application as well as a resume to:
    Chris Venters, RCEMS Director
    311 S. Fossil St.
    Russell KS 67665
    F: 785-445-3720
    P: 785-445-3720

  • 01/20/2022 11:06 AM | Kari Presley (Administrator)

    Ellis County Emergency Medical Services is hiring a full-time EMS Assistant Director. 

    Job Description:

    Under the supervision of the EMS Director, the EMS Assistant Director has operational responsibility for all EMS personnel. The employee in this position provides supervision for Paramedic/Shift Supervisors and provides training for staff and information for the public. The EMS Assistant Director acts without direct supervision and exercises independent judgment in handling emergencies as well as routine operations. This position will direct the care and maintenance of facilities, equipment, and supplies.

    Job Functions:

    • Supervises all departmental personnel under the guidance of the EMS Director and Medical Director;
    • Takes command and directs rescue and EMS activities at major incidents;
    • Participates in patient care as needed; 
    • Assists EMS Director with interviewing, hiring, and training employees; planning, assigning, and directing work; appraising performance; coaching, mentoring, and developing employees; discipline; complaints and resolving problems;
    • Responsible for continuously assessing and improving the department performance in conjunction with improvement, quality, patient safety, risk management and patient satisfaction programs;
    • Oversees, develops, and participates in all activities that ensure the competency and professional development of EMS staff members;
    • Maintains medical quality assurance through review of patient call reports, documented biomedical transmissions, observed job performance, and coordinates the process with the medical director;
    • Coordinates and integrates services within the department and with other organizations within Ellis county in accordance with the standards of the emergency medical services system;
    • Maintains and documents annual certification and re-certification;
    • Coordinates service delivery in the deployment of staff and equipment;
    • Responsible for operation within budgetary guidelines;
    • Schedules use of training equipment and supplies;
    • Assists in the development and revision of medical protocols, standing orders, and other standard operating procedures;
    • Directs the department’s CPR for Life program;
    • Assists with researching the purchase of new equipment and the implementation of new programs;
    • Coordinates with clerical staff the preparation and printing of written materials and general office business;
    • Presents awareness programs to civic and educational groups; and
    • Other related duties as deemed necessary or as required.

    Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:

    • Familiarity with basic concepts of Electronic Medical Records (EMR), patient billing and Microsoft Office products.
    • Knowledge of current emergency medical services practices within the current healthcare and emergency services industry.
    • Knowledge of training requirements and techniques for emergency medical services including training for Paramedics.
    • Knowledge of supervisory responsibilities and techniques.
    • Skilled in interpersonal, oral, and written communication.
    • Ability to evaluate medical procedures and protocols for efficiency and thoroughness.
    • Ability to develop training methods and materials.
    • Ability to analyze paramedic reports and determine compliance with protocols.
    • Ability to effectively operate all department and EMS equipment.
    • Ability to maintain departmental operations in absence of EMS Director.


    • Working for Ellis County provides an opportunity to do meaningful work in a stable environment.  With the EMS team you'll have the opportunity to serve a 900 square mile county with three staffed stations!
    • Employer sponsored health and dental insurance + vision plan offerings, employer sponsored life insurance, KP&F retirement-disability-death benefits, voluntary deferred compensation plan with employer contributions, 10 paid holidays, longevity bonus and service recognition, and other supplemental offerings.  
    • Flexible paid time off (starting at 168 hours accrued your first year) and employee assistance plan for work/life support.
    • Supportive team environment, training and development offerings, and tuition assistance for approved courses/certifications/renewals to assist with career advancement goals. 

    Ellis County works to foster diversity and looks forward to applications from all qualified applicants.  Ellis County is an Equal Opportunity Employer, and all employment decisions are made without regard to race, color, religion, sex (including pregnancy, gender identity, and sexual orientation), national origin, age (40 or older), disability, or genetic information.  This position will remain open until filled. 

    How to Apply:

    View complete job description and submit your Ellis County Application online with resume attached at Ellis County paper applications with attached resume may also be delivered or mailed to Ellis County, KS Administrative Center, C/O Human Resources, 718 Main Street, Hays, KS 67601.  The successful candidate should be prepared to consent to appropriate checks/verification/testing.  Applicants may direct questions to Danita Schroeder, EMS Director, at or 785-628-9461. 

  • 01/14/2022 12:58 PM | Kari Presley (Administrator)

    Northwest Kansas EMS Ambulance Service located in Goodland Kansas is taking applications for a full time Advanced Emergency Medical Technician (AEMT).

    Goodland is located 17 miles from the Kansas/Colorado border on I-70 and three hours to the East of Denver and Colorado Springs. NWKEMS provides service to roughly 6,000 citizens in Sherman County along with many travelers along I-70, Hwy 27 and Hwy 24. The service runs 1,000 + emergency calls a year and provides ALS transport service to hospitals in the Northwest Kansas and Eastern Colorado region. The service has twelve full time staff along with reserve staff.

    The applicant needs to enjoy working with the public and will be required to have excellent communication skills. Requirements include: high school diploma or GED, Nationally registered as an AEMT and able to become licensed in the State of Kansas as an AEMT, a valid driver’s license, able to work as a team player with other technicians during a 24 to 36 hour work shift, have good computer skills, and excellent patient care and customer service.

    Starting salary is $16.00 an hour or $33,280 annually. Overtime can take place if requested. NWKEMS provides an excellent benefit package where Blue Cross Blue Shield health insurance is covered 100% for single or family insurance policies. Qualified applicants can apply at The position will remain open until filled. Sherman County is an EOE employer.

  • 01/10/2022 5:12 PM | Kari Presley (Administrator)

    Anderson County EMS is the sole transport provider of Emergency Medical Services for Anderson County encompassing a service area of 586 square miles with a population of approximately 8,102 residents to include the areas of Bush City, Colony, Garnett, Greeley, Harris, Kincaid, Lone Elm, Mt. Ida, Scipio, Selma, Welda and Westphalia and responds to just over 1,000 calls per year annually. The service not only provides response to emergent calls of service, but also an interfacility transfer program along with community outreach and standby coverage at various events and assistance to the Anderson County Hospital Emergency Department. Currently ACEMS operates three Advanced Life Support capable Ambulances, with two of the Ambulances being staffed 24/7/365.

    Our open positions include:

    • Full-Time Paramedic Position | 24 On/48 Off – 5 Days off Every 3rd Week
    • ($20.85 - $25.90 Hourly)
    • PRN Paramedic or AEMT Position | Scheduled as Available/Needed

    Some benefits of joining our progressive, family like atmosphere include:

    • Potential for Annual Merit Increases
    • Uniform Allowance (Full-Time/Part-Time Personnel)
    • KEMSA Membership
    • Autonomy to work in the Emergency Department
    • Monthly On-Shift Trainings with Free CEUs
      • BLS, ACLS, PALS provided in-house
      • Intubation Competencies available in Surgery Setting
    • Education Assistance (Full-Time/Part-Time Personnel)
    • Saint Luke’s Health System Benefits
    • (SLHS 2021 Annual Benefits at a Glance viewable via Link)

    For further inquiry contact Troy at (785) 433-1983 (voice/text) or via email at Applications also may be made online directly by visiting

    Direct Applications:

  • 01/10/2022 5:09 PM | Kari Presley (Administrator)

    This position meets all the requirements set forth by the Kansas Board of EMS for the position of Emergency Medical Technician (EMT).  Under the general supervision of the paramedic/shift supervisor, the EMT 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 EMT performs basic life support skills under the direction of the paramedic.  The EMT must be able to exercise considerable judgment, problem-solving and decision making skills.  The EMT provides out-of-hospital medical care to those with urgent needs, and is a component of the overall healthcare system.  The EMT delivers care as part of a system intended to decrease the morbidity associated with sudden illness and injury.  Work is performed with a substantial degree of independence within the framework of prescribed policies and procedures and under the general supervision of the paramedic/shift supervisor and the EMS Director.

    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 with a substantial degree of independence within the framework of prescribed policies and procedures and under the general supervision of the EMS Director.

  • 12/31/2021 2:25 PM | Kari Presley (Administrator)

    Conway Springs EMS is looking to expand our already outstanding team of health care professionals! We are adding 1 Full Time EMT and 1 Full Time Paramedic to transition to a Full Time Department. It is our hope to transition to Full Time Department by March 1, 2022.

    We will have a 48/96 schedule. Personnel bunk rooms and a full furnished station will make this a home away from home for technicians.

    Qualified candidates must hold a current Kansas EMT or Paramedic certification and valid DL. No living requirements, but candidates must be able to reliably commute to and from work no matter the weather. Preference will be given to candidates that are willing to start immediately as Part Time to become fully acquainted with the department when we go Full Time.

    City of Conway Springs offers great benefits including KPERS retirement, 100% individual health dental and vision insurance, KEMSA membership, and state recertifications fees. We also offer monthly in-person training to all staff to assist in obtaining all necessary recertification fees.

    Beginning salary:

    • EMT-31,000
    • AEMT- 39,000
    • Paramedic- 43,000

    For more information or send a resume email Christina Jones at

  • 12/22/2021 3:14 PM | Kari Presley (Administrator)

    Ellsworth County EMS is expanding our team and 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. 875-925 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 . For full position description contact Ellsworth County Service Director at (785)-472-2454. Position will be open until filled.

  • 12/15/2021 4:37 PM | Kari Presley (Administrator)

    Calling all Paramedics!  Our team is growing and we would like to find a qualified Paramedic to grow with us.  Butler County EMS will add an additional Advanced Life Support ambulance and EMS crew in early 2022.  We are looking for 3 Full-Time Paramedics and 3 Full-time AEMT/EMT's to join us.

    Our Core Values of P.R.I.D.E focus on these primary areas:

    Safety, Clinical Care, Education/Training and People!

    In addition, we provide state-of-the-art equipment to include -

    Ambulances designed with the provider and patient in mind.  The entire fleet is less than 5 years old.

    All Ambulances are equipped with Power Load and Power Cot systems.

    On EACH EMS Unit =

    • New Fluid Warmers
    • New Zoll X-series cardiac monitors
    • New Sapphire IV Pumps
    • New Zoll Critical Care Ventilators
    • Video Laryngoscopy
    • Automated CPR devices (AutoPulse)
    • Vein Illumination Devices

    A robust training and education program which includes Nationally Trained Field Training and Education Program (FTEP) and Field Training Officers (FTO).  Our educators use ISimulate, advanced training mannequins, and the same equipment found in our ambulances to conduct both low fidelity and high fidelity training.

    We offer BLS, ACLS and soon PALS.  Pit Crew CPR, Crew Resource Management and a Just Culture are all utilized amongst our team.

    Come check us out!  Follow the link below to apply or contact us by e-mail or phone for questions.

  • 12/15/2021 10:01 AM | Kari Presley (Administrator)

    Moundridge EMS is hiring all EMT and above certification levels. Personal sleeping quarters available for those interested from out of town. Competitive wages with monthly credit hour trainings.

    Contact if interested.

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