EMS is an exciting and growing career path. Check out the number of opportunities across the area to work as an EMT, Paramedic or EMS Administrator.
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Mohall Ambulance Service has an opening for an Ambulance Operations Manager.
This is a ¾ - fulltime position with salary based on experience. Individual is responsible for the oversight of daily operations of the ambulance service system to ensure we are being efficient and effective in meeting our customers as well as the community’s needs through adequate staffing, availability of vehicles, and adequate provisions of supplies and equipment. As a minimum, individual must be a National Registry EMT. Applications due February 16, 2018. For a complete list of Duties, Responsibilities, and Skills call 701-756-6183 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. For application, send resume to Mohall Ambulance Service, P.O. Box 685, Mohall, ND 58761.
Dickinson Area Ambulance Service
Dickinson Area Ambulance Service is an Advance Life Support Service. We are looking to fill a full time Paramedic position of 48 hours per week. This includes 8 OT pay. The benefits are BCBS of ND and cover health, eye, and dental for the employee. After 1 year of service you are eligible for a simplified employee pension (like an IRA) . The paid person leave is on an accrual basis depending upon hours worked. Option to pick up more hours. Event coverage pay is not included in your scheduled hours.
Events are a choice if you so choose and event pay is higher than regular pay. We are hoping to have this position in place by May 1, 2018.
We are also looking for a part time Paramedic position of 36 hours every other week with the same pay as above, as well as the event coverage. This person would not be eligible for the insurance benefit or the SEP.
we average around 130-165 runs per month.
Any further questions please call 701-225-1500 and ask for Penny or call 701-290-9567 or send an email to email@example.com
Sanford Health- Paramedic and EMT Job Openings- Various Locations
The Esmond Ambulance is looking to hire an EMT to work Monday-Friday, 6am-6pm, along with one weekend a month. Please contact Donna at 701-230-2889 for details and salary.
In recognizing the importance of rural communities supporting the mineral development in western North Dakota, Farm Credit Services and AgriBank worked together to establish the Rural Community Grant Fund.
The Rural Community Grant Fund offers grants up to $50,000 to western North Dakota nonprofit organizations (or equivalent) that successfully exhibit the impact of mineral exploration in their service area. Funding will be available for proposals encompassing housing projects; health, safety, and environment programs; medical facilities; educational programs; and more!
In order to facilitate successful project proposals, Farm Credit Services of North Dakota and Farm Credit Services of Mandan have contracted with Strengthen ND to provide technical assistance for grant writing. The Rural Community Grant Fund is a great opportunity with a quick turnaround time, which is often advantageous for many organizations. Helping to direct much-needed resources to mission-driven organizations like yours is something that Strengthen ND is equipped to do.
Attached you will find an FAQ sheet better explaining the Rural Community Grant Fund. The next deadline for proposal submission is August 31st. If you have any questions or are interested in applying, please contact me as soon as possible.
Enbridge Training and grant information found here