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The North Dakota EMS Association and the ND EMS Quality Improvement Program steering committee is seeking Subject Matter Experts (SME’s) for the EMS Supplement QI project.
o Contracted positions with an estimate of 10 hours per month for each SME
o Hourly contracted wage for training, mentorship, and other duties performed
o No fringe benefits offered
o Travel and per diem expenses reimbursed at current state rate
Subject Matter Experts must have knowledge of:
Subject Matter Experts must have ability to:
Subject Matter Experts must have skill in:
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Date Positions Posted: 11/15/2019
Positions Opened Until Filled
The ND EMS Association is an equal opportunity employer and strives to build balanced teams from all walks of life without regard to race, color, ethnicity, religion, national origin, age, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, marital status, ancestry, disability, genetic information, veteran status, or any other status protected under federal, state and/or local law
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 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 applications should send resume and certifications to: Billings County EMS, PO Box 104, Medora, ND 58645. Resumes may also be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org. For any questions regarding the position, please call the BCEMS office at 701-623-4367 or email email@example.com. Resumes will be accepted until the position is filled. Billings County is an Equal Opportunity Employer. (1/6/2020)
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TITLE: EMT ( Emergency Medical Technician)
Purpose: Accountable for delivery of patient care in the pre-hospital setting and restocking and cleanliness of the ambulances. Also any duties as assigned by EMS Coordinator.
Reporting Relationship: To paramedics and directly to the EMS Coordinator.
Focus: Delivery of emergency medical care to scope of practice level and Medical Director approved protocols.
Physical Demands: Work is primarily active with walking, standing, bending, stretching, and lifting. Must be able to lift patients and push occupied cots. Ability to lift 75 pounds. Sit for several continuous hours riding in an ambulance is expected.
INITIAL QUALIFICATION STANDARDS
Experience: No experience required. Training provided.
No DUI or felony convictions.
Certification: Required – CPR
Preferred – First Responder Course
Education: Meets requirements as EMT Certification or EMT-I Licensure and Certification. Attended a certified EMT course and pass the National Registry EMT CAT testing exam and practical exam.
And the paramedic below:
The Paramedic is accountable for delivery of patient care during the shift. The Paramedic is responsible for meeting the established Standards of Care, managing assigned personnel, and promoting collaboration among departments and personnel, and any other duties as assigned by EMS Coordinator. The Paramedic also oversees the restocking and cleanliness of the ambulances.
Essential Job Requirements:
Education: Current ND NREMT – Paramedic Licensure
Experience: Five years experience in emergency health care setting preferred.
License Requirements: Required ND driver’s license, ACLS
Preferred – NALS, PALS, PHTLS, EVOC
Incident Command 100, 200, 700, 800
Community Ambulance Service Rolla
Community Ambulance Service Rolla a progessive ALS ambulance service running around 1000 calls per year. Is looking for a full time EMT or Paramedic to join our team. Position offers competitive salaries of $46,000 to over $65,000 per year depending on level of licensure and experience. Benefits include health, retirement, vacation, holidays, life and disability insurance. For more information or to apply call Darren at 701-477-8818
or Email at firstname.lastname@example.org 11/12/2019
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