Emergency Ambulance Service is hiring again

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FYI, Emergency Ambulance is seeking applicants for EMT positions working out of our Brea, CA office.

Day and Evening shifts are available with the possibility of 24-hr shifts becoming available later.

EAS provides transportation in the Los Angeles-Long Beach-Anaheim, CA Metropolitan Area and responds to both inter-facility and 911 calls. Service levels include ALS, BLS and Specialty Care Transport, and ALL EMT's get a chance to respond to fire calls.

The job assignment will initially require five variable 8 hour shifts per work week. However, after classroom training varied days and hours will be required as the position transitions to 9-hour shifts, fixed 12-hour shifts, or rotating 12-hour shifts. 24-hour shifts, are generally offered later in employment.

Six (6) months of verifiable recent and continuing experience as a practicing California certified EMT is preferred for this position which responds to public safety requests. However, we will accept applications from qualified and properly credentialed new grads or other candidates with less experience.

EAS offers a competitive salary and benefits package.

If you are interested in applying you must possess:

- A Current CA Driver's License (Unrestricted)
- A Current CA Ambulance Driver's Certificate within 30 days of employment
- A Current CA State EMT Certificate
- A recent DMV H-6 Printout that indicates acceptable status for driving ambulances. You must demonstrate the ability to meet the Driver Underwriting Guidelines issued by EAS' insurance carrier -- i.e. less than 3 points, no DUIs or Reckless driving, 21 years of age at time of application, etc.
- A Current CPR Card
- An ICS-100 -- Introduction to Incident Command System Course Completion Certificate (available online)
- An ICS-200 -- ICS for Single Resources and Initial Action Incidents Course Completion Certificate (available online)
- An ICS-700 -- National Incident Management Systems (NIMS) An Introduction - Training Course Completion Certificate (available online)
- A Current OCEMS EMT Accreditation Card
- Proof of LA County Expanded Scope Course Completion within 30 days of employment (available online)

IF YOU FEEL YOU ARE QUALIFIED BASED ON THE ABOVE AND ARE INTERESTED IN AN EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY WITH EAS PLEASE SUBMIT YOUR APPLICATION THROUGH OUR WEBSITE

PLEASE - NO TELEPHONE INQUIRIES. THANK YOU!
 
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deadhead

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FYI, Emergency Ambulance is seeking applicants for EMT positions working out of our Brea, CA office.

Day and Evening shifts are available with the possibility of 24-hr shifts becoming available later.

EAS provides transportation in the Los Angeles-Long Beach-Anaheim, CA Metropolitan Area and responds to both inter-facility and 911 calls. Service levels include ALS, BLS and Specialty Care Transport, and ALL EMT's get a chance to respond to fire calls.

The job assignment will initially require five variable 8 hour shifts per work week. However, after classroom training varied days and hours will be required as the position transitions to 9-hour shifts, fixed 12-hour shifts, or rotating 12-hour shifts. 24-hour shifts, are generally offered later in employment.

Six (6) months of verifiable recent and continuing experience as a practicing California certified EMT is preferred for this position which responds to public safety requests. However, we will accept applications from qualified and properly credentialed new grads or other candidates with less experience.

EAS offers a competitive salary and benefits package.

If you are interested in applying you must possess:

- A Current CA Driver's License (Unrestricted)
- A Current CA Ambulance Driver's Certificate within 30 days of employment
- A Current CA State EMT Certificate
- A recent DMV H-6 Printout that indicates acceptable status for driving ambulances. You must demonstrate the ability to meet the Driver Underwriting Guidelines issued by EAS' insurance carrier -- i.e. less than 3 points, no DUIs or Reckless driving, 21 years of age at time of application, etc.
- A Current CPR Card
- An ICS-100 -- Introduction to Incident Command System Course Completion Certificate (available online)
- An ICS-200 -- ICS for Single Resources and Initial Action Incidents Course Completion Certificate (available online)
- An ICS-700 -- National Incident Management Systems (NIMS) An Introduction - Training Course Completion Certificate (available online)
- A Current OCEMS EMT Accreditation Card
- Proof of LA County Expanded Scope Course Completion within 30 days of employment (available online)

IF YOU FEEL YOU ARE QUALIFIED BASED ON THE ABOVE AND ARE INTERESTED IN AN EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY WITH EAS PLEASE SUBMIT YOUR APPLICATION THROUGH OUR WEBSITE

PLEASE - NO TELEPHONE INQUIRIES. THANK YOU!

We're still hiring. This is one of your best opportune it to get 911 experience.
 

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I'm curious...... what salary do you start at? I know you say competitive, but that can mean anything from 12 an hour to 22 an hour....

Also, where do you run 911 calls? do you have municipal contracts? or are you referring to nursing home 911 calls? How many 911 calls do your crews average in a 12 hour shift? how many IFTs?

Inquiring minds are curious
 
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Starting hourly wage is $11.50.
We are the contracted provider for the city of Brea and for Region A which encompasses the cities of Placentia and Yorba Linda and some adjacent unincorporated areas in Chino Hills, Carbon Canyon, and Brea. Go to our website at www.emergencyambulance.com. Everything you'd want to know is there
 
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Starting hourly wage is $11.50.
We are the contracted provider for the city of Brea and for Region A which encompasses the cities of Placentia and Yorba Linda and some adjacent unincorporated areas in Chino Hills, Carbon Canyon, and Brea. Go to our website at www.emergencyambulance.com. Everything you'd want to know is there
Sorry here is the additional information on calls. 24 hour dedicated ambulances handle the fire calls. They are backed up by the ambulances working 24, 12 or 9 hour shifts. If you're on a dedicated unit you only run fire calls. If you're on a nondedicated unit it's varies. The 24 hour nondedicated units are first up for fire department back up and run approximately 3 to 6 per shift. The shorter our cars can run anywhere from 2 to none.
 
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Are any of these units in-house? Or are they in hotels/HQ etc.
We do not operate any "in house" units. They are based at company owned/leased stations, HQ and satellite facilities. But, no motels at all.
 

DrParasite

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11.50 for 12 hr cars and minimum wage for 24s right?
Wow, minimum wage for 24s? and you guys consider that to be a competitive wage? I know i'm not from California, but how is that competitive, esp when your 12 hour cars are making a better wage?

Don't get me wrong, $11.50 an hour might be good for your area, but it would be a huge paycut for me (even when I did work FT as an EMT on an ambulance, it's almost a 20% paycut from what I was making).

But if I was in california, and needed a side gig, I would look into it
 

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$11.50 is about what every IFT in LA offers as a starting wage.. No ty
 
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