ParamedicsPinellas County EMS

SUNSTAR 
PINELLAS COUNTY EMS 

SUNSTAR in beautiful Pinellas County, Florida, is hiring full-time Paramedics. Sunstar Paramedics is the sole provider of countywide paramedic ambulance services in Pinellas County. With approximately 500 employees, Sunstar Paramedics is a 24-hours-a-day, seven-days-a-week operation that serves 280 square miles and a population of 945,000 with more than four million visitors annually. 

The main products and services of Sunstar Paramedics are Dispatch services and emergency medical services operations for emergency and non-emergency patients. Sunstar Paramedics is one of only two EMS agencies in the world to hold accreditation from all three of the top accreditation agencies: Accreditation Center of Excellence (ACE), Commission on Accreditation of Ambulance Services (CAAS) and Commission on Accreditation of Medical Transport Systems (CAMTS). It is the first EMS agency to use solar power for its ambulances. 

We offer: 

*All ALS High-Performance 911 System 
*All units equipped with LIFEPAK 12 & Stryker Power Pro XT hydraulic stretchers 
*Competitive wages & benefits. 
*New medics welcome. 
*Sign-on & retention bonuses plus relocation assistance. 
*No State Income Taxes 

Call 727-582-2090 or visit us online at www.sunstarems.com

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Deadline for applications:
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Firefighter/ParamedicCity Of Miami

The City of Miami Fire Department conducts their hiring process about every two years. Located on Florida’s southeastern Atlantic Coast, Miami is considered Florida’s crown jewel of cultural diversity, beauty, and opportunity.   

The Department of Fire-Rescue has a long history and tradition of being a great fire department. It has been rated as Class 1, the highest rating attainable, by the Office of Insurance Services since the 1950s. These accomplishments have only been attained with the support of the elected officials and the citizens of Miami.   The Miami Fire Department operates 14 stations with over 600 firefighters and fire-medics responding to more than 87,000 combined fire/rescue/EMS calls during the year 2010. In 1995, the department was the busiest in the United States based on alarms per uniformed firefighter.  

Applications for employment are only accepted when the city recruits for the opening of firefighter or fire-medic (approximately every 2 years). For more information, or to request a firefighter recruitment notification card to be sent to you please visit:http://www.miamigov.com/Fire/pages/Firefighter.asp

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Firefighter/ParamedicMiami-Dade Fire Rescue

Miami-Dade Fire Rescue Department is one of the youngest departments of its size in the country, yet we are one of the fastest growing, and lead the nation in Fire Suppression, Emergency Medical Services, Search and Rescue and other specialized areas. 

The efforts of the Miami-Dade Fire Rescue Department have garnered world recognition. The unique terrain, diverse demographics and distinctive South Florida weather make the job an exciting challenge for the men and women of this department. In 2010, MDFR responded to more than 210,000 total calls. Miami-Dade Fire Rescue (MDFR) Department’s Operations Division manages and coordinates all fire suppression and Emergency Medical Services (EMS) activities for fire stations, airport fire protection, and specialty unit response. 

The Operations Division is divided into 5 sub-divisions: Division 1 serves north Miami-Dade County, Division 2 serves central Miami-Dade County , Division 3 serves south Miami-Dade County. Division 4, Special Operations, contains MDFR’s specialty bureaus and units which respond county wide. This division includes: Technical Rescue, Hazardous Materials, Marine Services, Urban Search and Rescue Task Force, International Programs Bureau, Air Rescue, and the Anti-Venin Bank.  The Airport Division oversees fire rescue operations at all Miami-Dade County Airports  

MIAMI-DADE FIRE RESCUE HIRING INFORMATION:   http://www.miamidade.gov/mdfr/hiring.asp

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Deadline for applications:
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Firefighter/ParamedicOrlando

First formed in 1885, the Orlando Fire Department provides a wide range of public safety services to Orlando’s citizens and visitors. The department staffs 14 Fire Stations, 15 Engines, 4 Towers and 8 Rescues plus Command staff and special units. 

In addition to its traditional fire protection role, OFD offers advanced life support (ALS) emergency medical service from every engine, tower, and rescue in the City.    

OFD is also responsible for disaster response, hazardous materials response, dive rescue, high angle and below grade rescue, explosive ordinance disposal, and fire safety inspections. The department is also responsible for aircraft rescue and firefighting at Orlando’s Executive Airport.   

The City of Orlando does not accept applications or interest cards for the position unless the job of FIREFIGHTER is posted.  Please check the website http://www.cityoforlando.net/sigma/ to see if the Firefighter position is posted.

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Deadline for applications:
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Firefighter/EMT or ParamedicTampa

The Fire Rescue Department provides essential service in the areas of fire prevention, fire protection, and emergency medical care. The department is comprised of the Operations, Rescue, Communications, Prevention, and Administrative Divisions. 

Firefighters responded to about 70,000 calls in 2010. Firefighters in the Operations division are assigned to twenty-two fire stations throughout the City. They are primarily responsible for first response to all emergency scenes and fire suppression. They are responsible for advanced life support services at emergencies, and fire prevention and safety activities. 

Rescue transport personnel are assigned to twelve (12) rescue vehicles based at fire stations throughout the City. They provide basic life support and advanced life support medical care and transportation of the seriously ill and injured. They also provide fire suppression support for the Operations division. There are also eleven (11) paramedic engines located at various parts of the city to render advanced life support without transport capabilities. 

The Tampa Fire Department employees more than 580 uniformed firefighters. These firefighters are hired as vacancies occur in accordance with City of Tampa Civil Service and City of Tampa Personnel requirements. 

For information concerning current Tampa Fire-Rescue opportunities, please contact: http://www.tampagov.net/dept_fire_rescue/information_resources/employment_opportunites.asp

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Deadline for applications:
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FirefighterJacksonville

Jacksonville Fire Rescue covers 840 square miles in northeast Florida, serving a permanent population of more than 760,000 with comprehensive fire, rescue, and EMS services. JFR employs more than 950 career firefighters and 175 volunteer professionals operating from 49 fire stations. JFR runs approximately 90,000 combined calls annually. 

The City of Jacksonville and Duval County merged in 1968, so Jacksonville’s government structure consists of a single entity covering all of Duval County with the exception of the beach communities (Atlantic Beach, Neptune Beach and Jacksonville Beach) and Baldwin. Jacksonville is the largest city in land area in the contiguous United States, covering 841 square miles. Jacksonville, also known as “The River City,” sits near the mouth of the St. John’s River. The river flows north for 310 miles and empties into the Atlantic Ocean near Mayport. 

If you have a strong desire to help others, and to be a part of a growing diverse professional organization, then we have the challenge for you. There is no better place to start your professional firefighting and emergency medical services career than with the Jacksonville Fire and Rescue Department. You must be certified in the state of Florida as a Firefighter and Emergency Medical Technician (EMT) or Paramedic prior to submitting an application for employment with the City of Jacksonville.  

Once Firefighter and EMT certifications have been obtained then applications for employment are completed on line at www.coj.net and copies of your Certificate of Compliance and EMT and/or Paramedic Certificate are faxed to (904) 630-8240. Certificates must be valid upon submission of application and appointment. 

If you are claiming veteran’s preference, a copy of your DD-214 must also be faxed along with your certificates. You will be mailed an Examination Report Card regarding your veteran’s preference eligibility status. Copies of your certificates may be submitted to Human Resources at that time. 

Be sure to include all information requested on your application. Failure to complete the employment application in its entirety, will nullify your consideration for employment as a Firefighter. 

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Deadline for applications:
On Demand

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