Saluda County is accepting applications for a EMT position with Saluda County EMS. Duties include but are not limited to responding to emergency calls and providing medical assistance to the sick and injured.
Requires a high school diploma or GED equivalent.
Must attend SCEMS CEP/IST program and maintain National Registry EMT, Basic Life Support, and any other mandated courses
Sumter County EMS currently has FULL TIME openings for all certification levels. We are seeking highly motivated pre-hospital providers interested in a growing 911 system. We operate on a modified 24/72 shift schedule, have progressive protocols and a robust training program.
Greenville Technical College's EMT / Paramedic Training Program is hosting our annual PER-211 Medical Management of CBRNE Events put on by Texas A & M Engineering Extension Service (TEEX.)
- Free to attend
- There is room in the course for 40 participants.
- Deadline to sign up is Feb 9th by 2359
Senior Paramedic (24/48 or 12 HOUR) • Type:Full Time • Salary/Pay Rate:$42,007 - $63,009 • Posted Date:01/31/2020 5:00 PM • Deadline to Apply:02/14/2020 5:00 PM LOCATION: Senior Paramedic GRADE: 115 MINIMUM EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE REQUIREMENTS: Requires an Associate’s Degree or experience and/or courses/training equivalent to completion of one year of college in paramedic training, including t
Darlington County EMS is currently seeking qualified Paramedics for full time employment on a 24/48 shift rotation. We are a busy service with progressive medical treatment protocols offering providers with more opportunities to utilize their skills and training. We are currently offering $15.36 per hour, with an annual salary expectancy of $52,098 based on your 24/48 schedule and scheduled C
The JMS Burn Symposium Committee would like to invite you to appy for a scholarship postion to our 2020 Burn Symposium. If selected, your attedance will be complimentary, however, you will be responsible fo your own travel and hotel acomodatios.
Appication must be receivd by Feb. 3, 2020
Established in 2007, the Joseph M Still Burn Symposium is an annual gathering of medical professionals dedicated to the constant improvement of burn care in America. Our sessions are presented by leading experts and provide the most current and thorough information regarding burn care while offering the opportunity for physicians, nurses, EMT, and case managers to earn education credits.