Employment & Education Opportunities
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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Join an all-star host committee for this Mid and Eastern States
September 9-10, 2020
Mid-States Organized Crime Information Center (MOCIC) Grant Writing USA and other regional hosts will present a two-day grant writing training delivered live and online via Zoom, September 9-10, 2020.
Dates not good for you? No problem - register and enjoy on-demand replay anytime until October 9, 2020. Full details and registration are here.
This grant writing class covers how to write grant proposals start to finish and how to locate and track relevant grant opportunities. Beginning and experienced grant writers from city, county and state agencies as well as nonprofits, K-12, colleges and universities are encouraged to attend.
We are excited to offer all area first responders a special tuition rate of $425. Please use the discount code "Friends" to receive this $30 discount off full price at registration.
Groups of 5 or more receive a $50 discount per person. Discounts for Grant Writing USA alumni are also available. Please call for details.
Tuition payment is not required at the time of enrollment.
Continually updated and perfected, this is the class we've delivered almost 2,000 times to over 100,000 grant seeking professionals just like you.
If you prefer friendly, personal service:
More than 10,000 agencies across North America have turned to Grant Writing USA for grant writing and grant management training.
BILLINGS COUNTY HAS MULTIPLE POSITIONS OPEN FOR FULL-TIME EMERGENCY MEDICAL TECHNICIANS (EMTs):
Emergency Medical Technicians (EMTs) respond to emergency calls to provide efficient and immediate care to the critically ill and injured, and to transport the patient to a medical facility. Other responsibilities include stocking of ambulances and quick response units, daily chores and responsibilities, medication checks, public relations, compliance with County/Department policies and procedures, daily training, and other duties as assigned by administration. EMTs report to the Directors of Billings County EMS, in addition to the Medical Director. Full-time EMTs will work alongside other full time, part time, and volunteer basic and advanced care providers. Applicant must possess the ability to work well alone, in addition to working well with others. Billings County offers competitive compensation commensurate with experience, accompanied by an excellent benefits package. Overnight crew housing may be available. Frequent training opportunities are also available. Minimum employment qualifications include National Registry Certification, Healthcare Provider CPR, ND State EMT License, EVOC (current or obtained within one year), Limited Advanced Airway (current or obtained within one year), and Narcan Administration (current or obtained within one year). Employment is contingent upon successful background check and drug & alcohol testing. Experience is preferred, but all qualified individuals are encouraged to apply. Qualified applicants should send resume and certifications to: Billings County EMS, PO Box 104, Medora, ND 58645. Resumes may also be emailed to email@example.com. For any questions regarding the positions, or to receive a complete job description, please call the BCEMS office at 701-623-4367 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. Resumes will be accepted until the positions are filled. Billings County is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
BILLINGS COUNTY HAS A POSITION OPENING FOR A CASUAL/PRN PARAMEDIC:
Casual Paramedics are employed by Billings County to help fill the schedule when there are voids left by the full time and volunteer staff. Shift scheduling is available on both a flexible and a regular basis. Paramedics are responsible for emergency response to medical and traumatic incidents within Billings County and surrounding counties. Billings County Paramedics respond to emergencies throughout a 1900 square mile territory. BCEMS Paramedics often respond as the sole ALS provider in a first response vehicle that is part of a dual response with a BLS ambulance. Other responsibilities include stocking of ambulances and quick response units, daily chores and responsibilities, medication and narcotic checks, public relations, compliance with County/Department policies and procedures, daily training, and other duties as assigned by administration. Casual paramedics report to the Directors of Billings County EMS. Billings County offers competitive compensation with experience. Overnight crew housing is available. Applicant must possess the ability to work well alone, in addition to working well with other full time and volunteer staff. Frequent training opportunities are also available. Minimum employment qualifications include current NREMT certification, a valid driver’s license, completion of drug and alcohol screening, and successful completion of a detailed background check. Paramedics should also have or be able to obtain current Healthcare Provider CPR, ACLS and EVOC certifications. Experience is preferred, but all qualified individuals are encouraged to apply. Qualified applicants should send resume and certifications to: Billings County EMS, PO Box 104, Medora, ND 58645. Resumes may also be emailed to email@example.com. For any questions regarding the position, please call the BCEMS office at 701-623-4367 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. Resumes will be accepted until the position is filled. Billings County is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
The SIM-ND Educator/Driver performs a full range of professional duties in assisting colleagues in implementing simulation curriculum. The Driver will ensure safe and efficient transportation of the vehicle from the warehouse to the simulation location in the SW region of the state. Duties will also include providing instructional support and facilitating educational events in the mobile simulation lab.
Essential Key Job Responsibilities
1. Drives simulation vehicle from warehouse to simulation location safely
2. Responsible for maintaining equipment and materials including monitoring truck maintenance, repair, and functional capacity for all aspects of truck and external equipment (e.g.: generator)
3. Conducts healthcare skills training as needed and maintains proficient level of knowledge in medical simulation technology
4. Provides instructional support in a safe learning environment for learners to improve competencies and skills which meet course objectives.
5. Preparing the simulators and other equipment for simulation as well as facilitating simulation exercises and debriefing sessions
Required Education for Staff Job Levels
RN, Paramedic, AEMT or EMT.
Commercial Driver’s License (CDL) with air brake certification preferred or ability to obtain within 90 days after obtaining the position.
Required Minimum Experience
Minimum of three years clinical experience.
Required Minimum Knowledge, Skills and Abilities
PREFERRED Education and/or Experience
State or National instructor certification in one or more of the following courses preferred: TNCC, PHTLS, ACLS, PEPP, PALS, NRP, and ATLS.
To apply please go to: https://careers-commonspirit.icims.com/jobs/112847/sim---nd-educator---driver/job
Open until filled CAS Rolla is looking for a full time or part time Paramedic to join our crew. Position offers excellent pay with built in overtime and yearly COL, performance adjustments, ample time off, set rotation, and full benefits. Wages start at $21.00 /hr ( minimum of $52,600.00 /yr) to $30.00 /hr.
For more information
or Email to email@example.com