• 08/22/2019 9:08 AM | Mary Napier (Administrator)

    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 10,000 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.

    Salina Fire has openings for three different positions.  Click on the links below for complete details.

    Apply at https://jobs.salina-ks.gov

  • 07/24/2019 9:07 PM | Mary Napier (Administrator)

    Coffey County EMS, a division of Coffey Health System, is accepting applications for the position of full-time AEMT.  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 1600 calls per year out of 1 station.  We have no on call policy or living restrictions.  CCEMS works 48/96 schedule.

    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 a seasoned Paramedic and should be comfortable with liberal protocols.  The qualified applicant shall also have a valid driver’s license, and current certification as an AEMT or be able to obtain it.  Current EMT’s in an AEMT class will 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. Beginning wage with no experience is $13.00/hr with average of 55 work hours per week.
    • 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, ACLS, PHTLS, etc.

     To apply please go to www.coffeyhealth.org and click on the Employment tab.  For questions contact Jered Schulte, Director of EMS @ 620)364-4551 or email jschulte@coffeyhealth.org.

    This position may be filled or closed to further applications without notice.

    Coffey Health System is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

  • 07/19/2019 9:22 AM | Mary Napier (Administrator)

    Marion County EMS is accepting applications for a Kansas Certified Paramedic. We are seeking a highly motivated and dedicated professional to join our team. We are a progressive service providing both ALS and BLS units with a combination of full time and volunteer stations. Our EMS professionals enjoy an excellent wage/benefit package including BCBS and KPERS, continuing education, state of the art equipment, and liberal protocols.  Marion County EMS full time staff work a 24/48 shift, and no on call time or residency requirements.  Apply online at www.marioncoks.net.  Contact EMS Director Travis Parmley for more information: tparmley@marioncoks.net  620-382-3271.  Open until filled. EOE.

  • 07/17/2019 1:02 PM | Mary Napier (Administrator)

    Russell County EMS is currently accepting applications for a part-time EMT/AEMT/Paramedic. Job requirements include current Kansas certification (ALS attendants preferred), valid driver’s license, and current CPR. It is preferred ALS providers have current ACLS and PALS (or equivalent).

    The position allows for the employee to submit their own availability, with no mandatory or minimum shift requirements. The position is capped to a maximum of 1000 hours/year.

    Pay is competitive and based on certification level and years of experience.

    Applications will be accepted until the position is filled.

    Applicants should submit a resume along with a Russell County Employment Application. An application can be picked up at the RCEMS station, or applications can be found online here.

    Questions or completed applications and resumes can be directed to:

    Chris Venters
    RCEMS Director
    P: 785-445-3720
    F: 785-445-3722
    E: chrisv.392@gmail.com

  • 07/15/2019 11:29 AM | Mary Napier (Administrator)

    Smith County EMS offers competitive wages and operates with progressive off-line guidelines (protocols) includes but no limited to abdominal emergencies, CVA(stroke) emergencies, cardiac emergencies, respiratory emergencies, sequential intubation, and other medical / trauma emergencies. Equipment available include but no limited to ZOLL X-series, IV pumps, fluid warmers, Revel ventilators and other medical / trauma supplies.

    Currently accepting applications for full time shift positions currently open. Candidates must have a valid Kansas driver’s license, be a Kansas Certified EMT, AEMT, or Paramedic. Smith County provides, vacation / sick leave, health benefit package, and retirement package. 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.

  • 07/15/2019 10:47 AM | Mary Napier (Administrator)

    Marion County EMS is accepting applications for a Kansas Certified AEMT or EMT. We are seeking a highly motivated and dedicated professional to join our team. We are a progressive service providing both ALS and BLS units with a combination of full time and volunteer stations. Our EMS professionals enjoy an excellent wage/benefit package including BCBS and KPERS, continuing education, state of the art equipment, and liberal protocols.  Marion County EMS full time staff work a 24/48 shift, and no on call time or residency requirements.  Apply online at www.marioncoks.net.  Contact EMS Director Travis Parmley for more information:  tparmley@marioncoks.net  620-382-3271.  Open until filled. EOE.

  • 07/09/2019 7:49 AM | Mary Napier (Administrator)

    Atchison County EMS is seeking applicants for a full time paramedic opening. 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.

  • 06/26/2019 1:53 PM | Mary Napier (Administrator)

    Dickinson County EMS is accepting applications for Kansas Certified EMS Providers. We are seeking highly motivated and dedicated EMS professionals to join our team. We are a progressive ALS service providing an integrated healthcare approach to EMS. Our EMS professionals enjoy an excellent wage/benefit package, professional development program, scholarships, advanced in-house continuing education, state of the art equipment and facilities, liberal protocols, 24 hour shifts, and no on call time or residency requirements.

    To apply

    You may submit an electronic application at www.dkcoks.org or contact John Hultgren, EMS Director at 785-263-0716 or jhultgren@dkcoks.org

    Application deadline: Open until filled

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