Emergency Medical Technician (EMT)

August 29, 2020

Must be 18 years of age or older at the time of higher
Must possess a High School Diploma or GED (degree preferred)
Prefer one (1) year of experience as an EMT or first responder
Must have and maintain certification as a State & Nationally Registered EMT for duration of assignment.
Must maintain: CPR for Healthcare Providers and obtain NIMS 100, 200, 700 & 800 within six (6) months of employment.
Preferred Qualifications: Basic Life Support Instructor (AHA or ASHI)
Ability to operate communications and patient care reporting equipment/software.

Job Responsibilities:
Work as a team to successfully oversee a single ambulance operation.
Response to and completion of requests for service in accordance with organizational policy, industry standards, and scope of practice
Completion of patient care reports
Direct patient care including Basic Life Support (BLS), and calling upon Advanced Life Support (ALS) for back-up as patient condition requires.
Completion of daily unit check sheets and assurance that equipment is on-board and in working order/of required quantities
Maintenance of quarters and units in accordance with organizational policy
Other duties as assigned

Physical Requirements:

Ability to lift, push, pull, move 150lbs independently (300lbs with a partner)
Be able and willing to be seated, standing, walking, etc. for long periods of time
Have the ability to work in extreme temperatures based on environmental conditions.
Have the ability to successful mitigate stressful situations with co-workers, other healthcare providers, patients, and the public.
Flexibility to respond to emergency and non-emergency requests for service at any given moment while on shift.


The EMT is responsible for the oversight of all operations associated with their assigned unit for the duration of their shift. This includes communications with dispatch, hospitals, etc. In addition, the EMT will be required to respond to various requests for service, and to provide Basic Life Support (BLS) response as requested by Thorne Ambulance communications. All responses and patient contacts will require the efficient and timely completion of patient care reports via an electronic submission method. Other duties may be assigned as availability allows.

Our Mission:

EMS is our calling, and we will perform at an optimum level each time we don the uniform. We will seek to continually advance as care providers and as a service. Customer service is the first and most crucial step in patient care provision. We will deliver, day or night, to the very best of our ability, and will continually seek ways to improve. Everyday, we will be better than yesterday.

Application & Selection Process:

Interested candidates are to submit a resume to the attention of Administrative Manager, Shonda Simpkins at [email protected]

All personnel selected for employment with Thorne Ambulance Service, LLC will be required to complete an extensive pre-employment screen that will include a physical abilities test, drug testing, medical physical, background check, among others. All requirements will be outlined in a contingent offer of selected candidate(s).