PARAMEDICAUSTIN-TRAVIS COUNTY EMS


Preserve Life, Improve Health, Promote Safety

There's not another city in the world quite like Austin, Texas. Live music, outdoor sports, a thriving economy and over 300 sunny days per year make Austin a great place to call home. We pride ourselves on providing an outstanding environment in which employees are free to grow professionally and personally while being well compensated for their dedication.

We value our staff therefore our goal is to provide our paramedics with more flexibility with their schedules and more work/life balance. Combined with Deployment Opportunities, Competitive Salary Range, Career Advancement, City of Austin Benefits & Retirement, and a structured Training Academy makes Austin-Travis County EMS a desirable department to practice pre-hospital medicine.

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FIREFIGHTER/PARAMEDICDALLAS


Dallas Fire-Rescue is looking for men and women interested in becoming Firefighter/ Paramedics, fire prevention officers and communications specialists. You could become involved in fire suppression, emergency medical services, haz-mat, technical rescue, or fire prevention.

The City of Dallas offers excellent opportunities for qualified persons to become a part of one of the outstanding fire departments in the country. Candidates are given extensive instruction during their recruit training and apprenticeship.

Dallas Fire-Rescue provides the residents of Dallas with fire suppression and protection, emergency rescue capabilities, and emergency medical first responder services. A minimum of four firefighters respond on each fire engine and aerial ladder truck company. There are 55 fire stations located strategically throughout the city. These fire stations house 54 fire engines, 21 aerial ladder trucks, 5 aircraft rescue firefighting apparatus, 9 Booster pumpers, 1 Haz Mat Unit, as well as 32 front line Rescues and 9 Peak demand Rescues.

The Dallas Fire Rescue serves a population of over 1 million citizens. To provide service to this large community, the Dallas Fire Rescue has over 1,500 uniformed personnel. For more information about careers with Dallas Fire Rescue, visit: http://www.dallasfirerescue.com/recruit.htm


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FIREFIGHTER/PARAMEDICHOUSTON


After having provided volunteer firefighting services for 57 years, the City of Houston Fire Department began paying its firefighters in 1895.

HFD is the fourth largest fire department in the United States and is responsible for preserving life and property to a population of 1.8 million in an area totaling 617 square miles. HFD employs nearly 4,000 sworn personnel responding from 90 stations.

Today's modern fire service is presently undergoing a transitional process. Over the last few years, HFD has evolved into a highly sophisticated public safety rescue system that has saved hundreds of lives and reduced the severity of countless injuries and illnesses.

The Houston Fire Department has a vision that guides the organization towards excellence. That goal is achieved through deliberate planning, adaptability and the courage to embrace challenges and opportunities. The Houston Fire Department aspires to become a model department, setting standards for fire departments around the country.

HFD became an ISO Class 1 Department in 2002, effective April 1, 2003.  Additionally, the Houston Fire Department took steps to become accredited by the Commission on Fire Accreditation International - a self assessment graded by peers. As of March 24, 2001, the Houston Fire Department became the world's largest CFAI accredited fire department. These goals could not have been accomplished without the department's commitment to provide up-to-date gear, equipment, apparatus and to replace or upgrade inadequate fire stations.

For more information on career opportunities with the Houston Fire Department, please visit: http://www.houstontx.gov/fire/


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FIREFIGHTER/PARAMEDICSAN ANTONIO


The Firefighting Division provides fire protection, rescue services, and medical first responder service to over 1.3 million citizens in a service coverage area of over 460 square miles. With the growth of San Antonio, the division now handles over 90,000 emergency incidents a year.

With over a hundred Firefighters having their Paramedic certification, the department places Advanced Life Support equipment and supplies on all Fire Engines, Ladder Trucks and Squads. This gives these Firefighter-Paramedics the resources they need to deliver a higher level of medical care as a part of their first response to an incident. There are also 18 First Responder Squads strategically placed throughout the city. With their smaller response vehicles, these squads are used for medical emergencies to reduce the wear and tear on the larger, more expensive fire engines. Emergency Medical Services (EMS) responds by assessing, treating, stabilizing, and transporting patients until definitive medical care is available at an appropriate facility. Each EMS unit is staffed by certified Emergency Medical Technicians (EMT)-Paramedics, who are trained and monitored by the staff of the University of Texas Health Science Center’s Emergency Medical Technology Department.

The SAFD EMS Division’s Medical Intensive Care Ambulances are strategically located in fire stations throughout the city. These ambulances are supplied with state-of-the-art equipment, and coupled with our highly trained personnel, are an emergency room on wheels – capable of handling a variety of life saving procedures. Besides full-time ambulances, the division can activate Peak Period units during times of high call volume.

For more information on recruitment, visit: http://www.sanantonio.gov/safd/recruit.asp


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FIREFIGHTERFORT WORTH


The City of Fort Worth Fire Department is comprised of 900+ Firefighter/EMT’s, 45 civilian support staff, and more than 60 pieces of apparatus providing fire and rescue emergency services to our citizens and visitors alike. We have 42 fire stations and cover an area of over 345 square miles.  We answered more than 82,000 calls in 2011.

We currently have plans to build additional stations to keep up with the increasing growth of our city. The result of this will be more employment opportunities for interested men and women to explore. Through the years he Fort Worth Fire Department has assumed a higher level of service to the citizens than ever before. Some of the services currently being provided, besides the expected control of fires, include Emergency Medical Services, Hazardous Materials Emergency Mitigation, Underwater/Swift Water Rescue, High Angle/ Trench Rescue, Aircraft Rescue Fire Fighting, and a host of other emergency and fire prevention services.

Through a visionary administration and a skilled and dedicated workforce, the Fort Worth Fire Department has become one of the most efficient and respected in America. We hope you will consider joining our team and help us continue the tradition.

For more information, please visit: http://www.fwfd.net/


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FIREFIGHTERAUSTIN


We currently have 44 fire stations strategically placed around the city—Austin is approximately 271.8 square miles with a population of 1.4 million (2003 Census). We are the fourth largest city in the state and the 16th most populous city in the nation. Additionally, the Austin Fire Department is accredited through the Commission on Fire Accreditation International (CFAI), one of the 20 largest fire departments accredited by the CFAI throughout the world.

As first responders, approximately 65-70 percent of our calls are for medical emergencies. Our other roles include special operations (rescues of all varying sorts and sizes), haz-mat, arson investigations, emergency prevention, recruiting, communications, public education, and wellness.

Our uniformed personnel number just over 1,000, with our civilian staff hovering around 50. Call volume from year to year averages approximately 58,000. We are proud to serve the community of Austin and remain committed to keeping our customers uppermost in mind.

Our goal is to ensure we assist our fellow citizens as efficiently, effectively, and compassionately as possible.

For hiring information, visit: http://www.ci.austin.tx.us/fire/recruitment/


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FIREFIGHTER AND PARAMEDICEL PASO


The El Paso Fire Department consists of approximately 700 structural firefighters, 140 Fire Medical Division personnel and approximately 75 civilians (support personnel).

EPFD facilities currently include thirty neighborhood fire stations, one airport fire station at the El Paso International Airport, and six support facilities.  The support facilities include the administrative offices, maintenance, fire prevention, training academy, communications, and reserve center. The support personnel includes accounting clerks, automotive workers and technicians, budget coordinators, clerk typist, mechanics, payroll clerks, dispatchers, secretaries, stores supervisor and clerks, welder, etc. 

The department is responsible for more than 250 square miles and 570,000 citizens. EPFD also provides mutual aid response to Fort Bliss Military Installation and outside the city limits to the County of El Paso.

EPFD responded to more than 70,000 incidents in 2011.

For more information about minimum qualifications and the hiring process, please visit: www.ci.el-paso.tx.us/fire


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FIREFIGHTER/PARAMEDICPLANO


The Plano Fire Department provides service to a community of over 252,000 and covers an area of 66.3 square miles from 12 stations. During 2010, the Plano Fire Department ran more than 17,500 total incidents.

PFD provides fire suppression, education, inspection, investigation and emergency medical services. PFD runs Engine Companies, Truck Companies, and MICU's. The Plano Fire Department is also CFAI & CAAS Accredited.

The Plano Fire Department is a progressive organization delivering a wide variety of emergency and non-emergency services. Emergency services include: fire suppression, advanced life support medical treatment and patient transportation, specialized rescue operations, hazardous material incident mitigation, and response to weather-related emergencies. Primary non-emergency services include: fire prevention inspections, public fire safety education programs, public CPR classes, and support of numerous community events.

For more information, call the City of Plano Employment Hotline at (972) 941-7402 or visit http://www.planofire.org


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EMT's AND PARAMEDICSTYLER


ETMC EMS is a great and exciting place to work, with opportunities across the beautiful East Texas region where we enjoy a mild climate in winter and where you will always find opportunities for outdoor activities and fun.

Based in Tyler, Texas, and founded in 1968, we serve 17 counties and almost 17,000 square miles of East Texas.

We are committed to the use of extremely high levels of technology:

*107 Type III ambulance units that are well-maintained with an aggressive replacement program.
*3 helicopters
*Lifepak 12 with biphasic defibrillation, capnography and 12-lead capabilities
*Pulse oximetry
*End-tidal CO2
*RSI (rapid sequence intubation) capabilities
*Advanced communications system using unit-specific GPS positioning.

For more information on careers vith ETMC EMS, visit: http://etmc.org/emsemployment.htm


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PARAMEDICSMONTGOMERY COUNTY HOSPITAL DISTRICT EMS


MCHD EMS provides emergency and non-emergency ambulance transport for the citizens and visitors of Montgomery County, Texas. Covering 1,100 square miles and a population of about 360,000, the agency responds to approximately 30,000 calls for assistance annually - transporting approximately 19,000 patients to area hospitals.

Currently fourteen 24-hour ambulances, and as many as four peak-time ambulances cover the 1,100 square miles.

For information on MCHD EMS employment opportunities, please visit:

https://mchd.knowbase.com/onboard/jobboard/


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