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Emergency Medical Technician (EMT) - Lancaster Station


  • WEST COAST AMBULANCE
  • 01/02/22
  • Lancaster, CA
  • 93534
  • $17 - $20 / Hourly
  • Full-Time
Job details
Salary
$17 - $20 an hour

Full-time/Part-time

Qualifications
Education:
High school or equivalent (Required)

License:
Ambulance Driver (Required)
CPR/BLS (Required)
California EMT-B (Required)
DL-51 (Required)

Benefits
Health insurance
Dental insurance
Vision insurance
401(k) with company matching
Paid sick time

Full Job Description
West Coast Ambulance is one of the leading ambulance companies in Los Angeles County with a mission to provide unparalleled medical transportation services to the communities we serve by ensuring safety, efficiency, and rigorous industry standards. We have excelled in the EMS industry for over 20 years with an unquestionable reputation and good relationships throughout the local healthcare industry. Recent exponential growth has brought on the need to hire ambitious EMTs as we strive to lead the way with care and compassion.

If you are ready to pursue an exciting career in EMS with a fast-growing company that values its employees and provides excellent customer service while allowing you to grow as a professional, take advantage of this career opportunity. High-quality EMT's have been the key to our success. We welcome devoted, hardworking, and compassionate EMT's to join our company.

COMPETITIVE PAY FROM $17 TO $20 PER HOUR AT OUR LANCASTER STATION!

12 or 24 Hour Shifts
Bonuses for picking up additional vacant shifts available.
Growth opportunities within the company
Huge Overtime Opportunities
Medical Benefits
Paid sick leave
Company provided uniforms twice a year
Industry leading 401K matching up to 4%!
No experience required.
Minimum Qualifications and Requirements:

Minimum of 20 years of age or older
Must read, write and speak English
Minimum high school diploma or GED
Valid California drivers license
Valid Ambulance Drivers Certificate
Medical Examiners Certificate
California DMV H6 Motor Vehicle Report
Current California EMT-B certification
American Heart Association BLS certification
Apply Today!

Job Types: Full-time, Part-time

Pay: $17.00 - $20.00 per hour

10 hour shift
12 hour shift
8 hour shift
Day shift
Holidays
Monday to Friday
Night shift
Overtime
Weekends

Call now for information:
1-800-880-0556

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