CURRENT JOB OPENINGS
Washington County – Johnson City EMS is currently hiring full and part time Non-Emergency Transport Operators.
Washington County/Johnson City EMS is currently seeking motivated self-driven individuals for the position of Wheelchair Van Operator. Interested applicants must be at least 18 years old with a valid Class D Tennessee Driver License with an F (for hire) endorsement or Commercial Driver License and a clean driving record. Additional training will be provided to successful applicants by WC/JC EMS. The position will be 40 hrs a week with a starting annual pay of $24,000. To view the full job description click HERE. Interested applicants should complete the online application and upload a copy of you resume and current drivers license.
Washington County – Johnson City EMS is currently hiring full and part time for the position of EMT, Advanced EMT, Paramedic, and Rescue Technicians.
Washington County – Johnson City EMS (WC/JC EMS) is seeking qualified applicants for the positions of Advanced Emergency Medical Technician (AEMT) and Paramedic (EMT-P). 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.
WC/JC EMS offers opportunities on 10, 12, and 24-hour shifts with openings on both primary ALS and Convalescent Ambulances. To view job description for AEMT click on AEMT Job Description, for the EMT-P click on Paramedic Job Description, and for EMT-R click on EMT-Rescue Job Description.
Interested applicants should complete the online application below and attach their resume and a copy of their Drivers license, CPR Card, and current medical license.
For further information call: 423-975-5500 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
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
INTERNAL JOB POSTING
WC/JC EMS will be accepting applications for the position of Shift Lieutenant until April 6, 2022 at 4:30. Qualified applicants should complete the online application and upload your resume. This is a 24 hour shift position and we will be using an assessment center process for candidate selection. Full job description and requirements can be downloaded by clicking HERE.
Minimum Qualifications for Applicants
The applicant must meet the qualifications outlined in section 39.6 of the Employee/Volunteer Handbook which states: The applicant must be a High school graduate with current Tennessee EMT-Paramedic license, valid Tennessee driver’s license (Class D with F endorsement), American Heart Association or ASHI BCLS, American Heart or ASHI ACLS, American Heart or ASHI PALS, ITLS or PHTLS preferred, and computer / typing skills are desirable. Minimum of Two (2) years assignment to a WC-JC EMS Primary ALS Unit. Equivalent combinations of education and experience may be considered. EMS will first attempt to promote for this position from in house staff.
Knowledge, Abilities and Skills
- Knowledge of standards of emergency medical care, rescue and a variety of EMS systems.
- Knowledge of various teaching methodologies.
- Thorough knowledge of the Incident Command System and ability to implement it.
- Ability to organize classes in both practical and academic phases of emergency medical and rescue training.
- Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with co-workers, other agencies and the general public.
- Ability to apply sound supervisory principles and practices in the training of emergency services personnel.
- Ability to analyze situations quickly and accurately and to determine the proper course of action to be taken.
- Ability and willingness to learn and teach new methods and techniques.
- Ability to use Microsoft Word, Microsoft Excel, and Microsoft Notepad and Microsoft Power Point.
Promotional Testing & Selection Guideline
The selection process for officer positions within Washington County – Johnson City EMS will be comprised of a series of tests and interview in order to arbitrarily rank candidates based on their performance, skills, knowledge and education. Each step in the process will be scored with candidates being ranked based on their total overall score. Minimum standards/scores may be assigned to each step in the process and a candidate must meet that minimum in order to move on to the next step in the process. The candidate with the highest overall score will be presented to the Operations Director & Director for final approval.
Components of Testing & Selection Process
- Topic to be given to candidate at the time of registration for promotional exam. Essay to be submitted at the written exam. The interview panel will score essays.
- The written exam will be made up of questions pertaining to the medical licensure of the applicant, EMS Policies and Protocols, assigned study materials and other areas pertaining to the job requirements. Additional points may be added to the final score of the written exam for previous advanced education.
- The candidate will be presented with a series of practical scenarios designed to give the candidate the opportunity to show their knowledge and skills in regards to the position they are applying for. Each practical will be scored based on candidate performance. A panel of qualified individuals whose makeup may consist of both EMS employees and personnel from outside agencies/departments will sore the practical.
- Candidates meeting the minimum passing requirements of the written exam and practical will be granted an interview. The interview panel will be made up of both EMS employees and personnel from outside agencies/departments. Candidates will be asked a series of questions and will be scored based on their answers. The interview panel will tally, review and rank each candidate based on their scores.
- A representative of the interview panel will present the Chief and Assistant Chief with the top three candidates and their scores. The Chief will have the final approval of promotions. The winning candidate will be announced and all candidates shall be notified of their scores and ranking by the Assistant Chief.