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Employment opportunities will be placed at no charge to regional EMS and emergency services organizations and will remain posted for one month.

You can submit your request to our office.


We are still looking to fill 10 PAID EMT shifts for the upcoming Tough Mudder Pittsburgh event on Sept 10 & 11. Please let me know if you’re interested and available!

Venue: Cooper Lake Campground, Slippery Rock, PA

Pay rate: $125/day plus breakfast, lunch, and t-shirt

Date: Sat-Sun, Sept 10 and/or 11

Schedule: Sat 6am-6pm, Sun 7am-5pm

Simply sign up for a shift here: http://goo.gl/D3vHSp


EMS Charts has a position available for a Technical Customer Service representative II

Technical Customer Service Representative II reports to the Director, Customer Relationship Management or designee. Performs a variety of Customer Service duties to include; phone-based and online ticket-based customer support, software testing, Quality Assurance, evaluation of updated versions of software, and updating training manuals. Works closely with Customer Service team members on individual clients to identify basic, intermediate, and advanced needs. 

Interested parties can contact lkelley@emscharts.com

Skills and Education

  • Technical degree(s) and/or certification(s)
  • Proven technical ability in solving problems with both hardware and software including Windows-based servers, IIS, TCP/IP, and Apple and Android products.
  • Working knowledge of emsCharts program suite

Ideal Candidate Will Possess

  • Professional troubleshooting experience
  • Experience working in a client support role
  • Ability to effectively prioritize workloads and time management
  • Flexibility to work between the hours of 8:00am ET and 6:00pm ET including handling urgent after-hours issues
  • Healthcare or Pre-Hospital (EMS) experience

Responsibilities Include

  • Assist customers via phone or web conferencing software in configuring their proprietary, emsCharts.com (web-based) software.
  • Solving networking, systems, and hardware issues both in-house and on the client-side
  • Identifying client basic, intermediate, and advanced needs. 
  • Display competency in appropriate communication (verbal and written) and interpersonal relations.
  • Maintain consistent customer focus in the face of adversity and change.
  • Must be focused on continuous improvement, continuous learning, accountability, and teamwork.
  • Promote motivation and development of others in problem analysis, and resolution.
  • Must try to recognize the entire scope of an issue, and participate objectively towards resolution with other team members.
  • Other tasks as assigned.
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Cranberry Township EMS is currently acccepting applications for Full Time Paramedic positions. Benefits include:

Negotiable starting salary; pay for performance annual reviews; employer paid dental and eye insurance; employer paid health insurance (employees pay 3% of base rate); 401K retirement plan with employer contribution; static deployment model, EAP; paid training; safest ambulances in the country.

Interested candidates must be 21 years of age or older, have at least one year of field experience and have the ability to pass a medical physical, drug and alcohol test, background screening and lifting/moving test.

Candidates should send their resume to jobs@cranberryambulance.org or mail to 20727 Route 19, Suite 51, Cranberry Township, PA 16066 or fax to 724-776-4739


The Emergency Medicine Program, School of Health and Rehabilitation Sciences, University of Pittsburgh, is seeking a qualified individual for a faculty position at the Instructor level.

This individual will be responsible for providing classroom instruction, advising students, and assisting primary/continuing education students matriculating through the programs. This individual will also serve on various University, School and Departmental committees, as well as seek research funding and publish. The salary range for this position is based on work experience. The position will be full-time and is in the non-tenure stream.

Applicants may apply until the position is filled. Please send a letter of intent and current curriculum vitae to: Walt A. Stoy, PhD, Search Committee Chair; Emergency Medicine Program/SHRS; 230 McKee Place, Suite 500 Pittsburgh, PA 15213; email: stoywa@upmc.edu. Reference position number 0115480.

Requirements

The candidate must be currently certified as a paramedic and be able to serve in that role along with a significant history of providing instruction in the out-of-hospital arena. It is required that the candidate possesses a Bachelor’s degree and preferred a Master’s degree in a relevant field of study.


EMS needs to evolve, and NorthWest EMS is ready to lead the way.  Being hospital affiliated with a progressive medical director, we are actively working on a number of  initiatives that will improve the delivery of care to our communities such as telemedicine and community paramedicine,  with future plans to explore alternative transport as well as treat and release.

We are looking for highly motivated individuals with a desire to gain experience and become successful in the EMS/Healthcare field.  We are a high volume service with a wide range of calls serving 13 diverse communities.  There is great opportunity for professional growth in our organization, and we have employees with wide ranging interests and experience willing to share their knowledge and expertise.  While our focus is helping EMS personnel become proficient and successful in the field, a significant number of our employees have gone on to become physicians, PA’s, and nurse practitioners having received a wealth of practical, real world experience with NorthWest. 

You can apply online at www.northwestems.net or in person by stopping by our main station located at 366 Helen St., McKees Rocks, PA  15136.