An emergency medical technician (EMT) provides basic medical care and monitoring of patients during transportation to and from hospitals, Skilled Nursing Facilities, or other recognized healthcare facilities.
- Valid California Emergency Medical Technician Certification card
- American Heart Association BLS for Healthcare Provider CPR/AED Certification Card (or printout)
- Valid California Drivers’ License
- Valid California Ambulance Driver Certificate (DMV DL 61)
- FMCSA Medical Examiner’s Certificate (MEC), Form MCSA-5876
- DMV K-4 Driver Record Report (must not be older than 30-days)
- High School Diploma, GED, or California Certificate of Proficiency
- National Incident Management System ICS 100 or IS-100, ICS 200 or IS-200, IS-700, and IS-800 Course certificates
- Hazardous Materials Awareness FEMA IS-5 and AWR-358 DL Course certificates
- Los Angeles County EMT Expanded Scope of Practice Module (prior to field assignment)
- Ability to obtain a City of Los Angeles Ambulance Permit (upon appointment)
- Sucessfully pass the company-provided OCEMS EMT Accreditaiton Course
- Ability to obtain an Orange County Ambulance Driver/Attendant License (within 30 days of appointment)
- Demonstrate strong customer service and communication skills
NOTICE: On August 12, 2021, the Health Officer of Los Angeles County issued a Public Health Order requiring all EMS workers to be fully vaccinated for COVID-19 on or before 9/30/21. We are required to comply with this order. Therefore, we are now requesting applicants’ to provide proof of vaccination, or proof of a qualified exemption, at the time of the conditional offer.
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