At Washington County / Johnson City EMS we are always accepting resumes and applications for employment. Whether you are a brand new EMT or a seasoned Paramedic, if you maintain yourself at a high standard we may be the service for you. We are a progressive service with very strong protocols and have a commitment to excellence.
- Competitive Wages
- Annual Longevity Bonus After your 3rd Consecutive Year
- Non-Contributory Tennessee State Retirement Program
- Sick Time, Vacation Time, and Paid Personal Days
- Twelve Paid Holidays A Year
- Quality Health Insurance At Low Rates. Prescription Card. (EMS pays a percentage of the cost)
- Dental and Vision Insurance Available
- Short Term Disability Insurance Provided by WC/JC EMS
- $35,000 Life Insurance Policy Provided by WC/JC EMS
- Other benefits discuss during interviews
About WC/JC EMS
- Average Total Call Volume Per Year: 30,000
- 9 Front Line ALS Ambulances
- 8 Rescue Trucks
- 3 ALS Convalescent Units
- 4 BLS Convalescent Units
- 1 Power Truck – 12 hour shifts (Day and Night)
- We service a Level 1 Trauma Center
- Mission: Lifeline Award Recipient 3 Years
- Rescue Teams: Search and Rescue, Swift Water Rescue, Dive Rescue and Recovery
Any questions you may have can be directed to 423-975-5504
Washington County – Johnson City EMS (WC/JC EMS) is seeking qualified applicants to fill the position of EMS Operations Director (Major). WC/JC EMS is a progressive Advance Life Support Service serving a combined urban and rural population of 125,546. WC/JC EMS provides excellence in pre-hospital care through a two-tiered response system utilizing first responder units from the EMS Rescue Division and our city Fire Department. Non-emergency needs of our community are handled through the convalescent division.
The Operations Director oversees all daily operations of the EMS system and a field staff of 103 uniformed personnel and directly supervises the three Shift Captains and the Training Coordinator. To view the full job description click Ops Director Job Descripton.
Associates Degree or equivalent preferred. Five (5) years of EMS Supervisory Experience with an ALS service providing primary 911 response service. Must possess a current Tennessee state paramedic license, current state driver’s license (Class D with F endorsement), must obtain a thorough knowledge of EMS policies and regulations. National Incident Management System ICS 300 and 400 course certifications. Equivalent combinations of education and experience may be considered.
Interested applicants should complete the online applicant and attach their resume and two professional and one personal letter of reference. Once received, applicants will be contacted via email.
Applications will be accepted until March 24, 2017.