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For over 80 years, SAS Schaefer Ambulance Service is proud of an outstanding reputation. As a great place to work, grow and advance your career.

With our belief, if we treat our employees with respect and appreciation, you will be treated with the same respect and professionalism.

Now is the time to join SAS.

If SAS Schaefer Ambulance Service is the type of career-based organization you have been searching for, please review our current job openings.

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Schaefer Ambulance Service - Human Resources
Tel: (800) 582-2258 Fax: (323) 465-1892 4627 Beverly Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90004

To apply, submit your application by email directly to the contact person in the job listings below. You may also fax, mail or deliver the application in person.

 

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For new and exciting career with Schaefer Ambulance Service please contact us for more information on job availability in your area.

  • Western Los Angeles County: For more information, contact Janis Wimbley-Reynolds at (323) 468-1614
    or email (janis@sas-amb.com)

  • Eastern Los Angeles County and Orange County: For more information, contact Susie McBride at (800) 966-4727
    or email (susiem@sas-amb.com)

  • Imperial County: For more information, contact John Goodall at (760) 353-3380
    or email (goldcrossjohn@sas-amb.com)

  • San Diego County: For more information, contact Jane Hall at (800) 833-3388
    or email (jhall@sas-amb.com)


EMERGENCY MEDICAL TECHNICIAN / PARAMEDIC (DRIVER)

THE POSITION: Under general supervision, performs work involving treatment and transportation of the sick and injured. Responds to emergency and non-emergency calls, renders medical care, provides ambulance transportation, and responds to non-emergency medical requests for Inter-facility transportation and standby events. Participates in station, vehicle and equipment maintenance activities

MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS:

  • High School Diploma or GED Certificate.

  • Ability to read, write and speak English clearly and fluently.

  • At least twenty (19) years of age upon appointment.

  • Valid California "Class C" Driver's License.

  • Two years of "Class C" driving experience.

  • Valid California DMV Ambulance Driver's Certificate (upon appointment).

  • Valid California EMT-1 Certification Card.

  • • Los Angeles County Expanded Scope and 4 Hours AED. (Los Angeles County only).

  • Valid AHA or ARC BLS Provider CPR Card.

  • • Current California DMV DOT Medical Examination Report and Card. (post interview).

  • • Acceptable California DMV "H-6" driving record printout. (current within 30 days of interview).

  • Paramedic: Same as above, plus valid California Paramedic Certification Card and Los Angeles County Paramedic Certification card.

SELECTION PROCEDURE: May include, but not limited to, the following:

  • Application Submission and Review, and Written Exam.

  • DMV "H-6" driving record submission.

  • Reference check.

  • Employment Consideration Interview--Conditional Offer of Employment.

  • Pre-Appointment medical examination and drug screen.

  • Post offer medical examination, drug screen, and physical agility test.

  • Ambulance Driver's Certificate. (if applicable)

  • L.A.City DOT City Permit. (western Los Angeles County ).

 

COMMUNICATION REPRESENTATIVE

THE POSITION: Communication Representative will be responsible for: answering phones and taking orders for ambulance transportation; accurately entering call information using Computer Aided Dispatch (CAD) workstations; prioritizing and assigning calls to appropriate units; tracking units on GPS-based Automatic Vehicle Locator map; and updating and communicating effectively with ambulance crews. Communication Representative's will also keep clients updated regarding call status, maintain good customer relations and assist in accomplishing organizational goals and objectives.

REQUIREMENTS:

  • Must be detail-oriented and possess ability to multitask.

  • Ability to read, write and speak English clearly and fluently.

  • Able to provide superior customer service.

  • Have good phone, computer, leadership and time-management skills.

  • Must be Emergency Medical Technician (EMT) or Emergency Medical Dispatcher (EMD) certified upon employment.

  • •Experience with Computer Aided Dispatch (CAD) and GPS-based Automatic Vehicle Locator (AVL) preferred.

  • Paramedic: Same as above, plus valid California Paramedic Certification Card and Los Angeles County Paramedic Certification card.

EMPLOYEE BENEFITS (Full-time employees only): Medical, Dental and Vision coverage for employees; 401(k) plan; holiday, sick and vacation pay.

 

REGISTERED NURSE

MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS:

  • At least two years of ER/ICU/CCU experience within the previous 18months prior to employment as a transport nurse.

  • A minimum of 96 hours of continuous ICU/CCU or emergency department experience per year or complete 30 CE contact hours (in addition to the BRN requirement of 30 CE) every 2 years in an area relevant to their clinical setting for part time transport nurses (working less than 32 hours per week as a transport nurse).

  • Recommendation: Certified Emergency Nurse (CEN), Critical Care Registered Nurse (CCRN), and or Mobile Intensive Care Nurse (MICN)

  • Pass nursing competency annually.

  • Full time transport nurses in addition to BRN requirement of 30 CE will complete 30 CE contact hours every two years in an area relevant to their clinical setting.

 

RESPIRATORY CARE PRACTITIONER

MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS:

  • Have a minimum of two years respiratory care experience in an Acute care or respiratory care hospital, within 18 months prior to employment as a transport practitioner.

  • Complete 96 hours of documented critical care experience per year, or complete an additional 15 CE hours (in addition to the RCP licensure requirement of 15 CE) every two years in an area relevant to their clinical setting for part time transport RCPs (working less than 32 hours per week as a transport RCP).

  • Be current in ACLS and if participating in pediatric transport, be current in PALS.

  • Have the ability to work per-diem on call with own transportation.

  • Full time transport RT’s will complete 15 CE contact hours (in addition to the RCP licensure requirement of 15 CEs) every two years in an area relevant to their clinical setting. Ninety six hours of documented acute/respiratory care is highly recommended.

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