EMT – Basic & Intermediate
$1000 Sign-on Bonus for qualified, full-time EMT
Apply online at www.ccan.org
For questions: firstname.lastname@example.org
Community Care Ambulance (CCA) offers much more than a job. We offer:
*Shift options: 24, 16, 12, 10, 8 hour shifts
*Full-time, Part-time (32 and 24)
*Paid tuition for career advancement (Intermediate Courses + Paramedic Courses + CICP Certification)
*Family Like Atmosphere
The EMT-basic is primarily responsible for providing basic life support to patients and/or assisting the paramedic in the delivery of advanced life support.
The EMT-Basic is responsible for providing the basic pt care to the pt. They shall identify and provide customer service and effective communications.
- Must be 18 years of age and possess a high school diploma or GED.
- Graduate of an EMT-Basic course that meets or exceeds the National Standards Curriculum.
- Must possess a valid Ohio EMT certification,
- current CPR card,
- Ashtabula County protocol and;
- Ohio Driver’s License and meet Community Care’s insurability requirements.
Requires bending, twisting, squatting, kneeling, lifting, and other repetitive movements associated with the transport of patients. Must be able to lift onto a stretcher and then carry, with the assistance of a partner, a person weighing not less that 225 pounds. Eyesight must be in compliance with the standards set forth by the O.D.O. T. for day and night driving, and may be corrected with the aid of prescription eyewear. Hearing of low and high frequencies is required and may be corrected with the use of hearing aids.
All emergency medical supplies and equipment within the scope of practice:
- Oxygen tanks and regulators, stretchers, splints, backboards, suction;
- Vehicle lights & sirens, radio, telephone;
- Beeper equipment, such as monitor/defib or pulse oximeter work it is beneficial if the basic EMT is familiar with this equipment.
- Must be able to assist a person with higher certification in performing their duties to the patient (i.e. setting up an IV, placing the patient on the cardiac monitor, etc.)