A Unique Opportunity
Summit County EMS a division of Park City Fire Service District is seeking motivated and qualified A-EMTs to work Part-Time in the North Summit and South Summit response area.
About Summit County EMS
Park City Fire Service District (PCFSD) is a Special Service District, under the umbrella of Summit County, created pursuant to Utah Code Ann. §17D-1-101 et. seq. and is responsible for providing emergency services and strategic prevention programs designed to protect the lives and property of the residents, guests, visitors, and employees of the communities of Park City and surrounding areas in Summit County, Utah.
Summit County EMS provides service to the surrounding areas of Coalville and Kamas, Utah. Due to the immense area of coverage in Summit County there are two stations within the response boundaries. One station is located in Coalville North Summit area and one station in Kamas South Summit area. North Summit coverage area includes roughly 500 square miles consisting of residential areas, two reservoirs and the I-80 interstate. South Summit coverage area includes roughly 300 square miles of residential, commercial and wilderness areas, which include parts of the Uintah Mountains. Both experience a high visitation rate where people enjoy camping, hiking, hunting, ATV riding, fishing and more. Summit County EMS responds to an average of 700 calls per year. Learn more about PCFD Emergency Medical Services.
Under the supervision of a Fire District Officer, and in compliance with Utah Law and PCFSD Policies and Procedures, this position performs emergency medical care and hazardous condition mitigation. These Part-Time EMTs will respond to emergency medical calls in the North Summit and South Summit response area. Essential duties and functions, pursuant to the Americans with Disabilities Act, may include the following. Other related duties may be assigned:
- Performs basic and advanced emergency medical care and provides other patient care assistance as required.
- Operates ground ambulances safely to deliver proper patient care and transportation.
- Participates in training, attends classes in emergency medical care, hazardous materials, and related subjects.
- Maintains emergency medical equipment, vehicles and facilities. Performs minor repairs to district equipment as necessary.
- Performs general maintenance work in the upkeep of facilities and equipment; cleans and washes walls and floors; cares for grounds around the station; makes minor repairs; washes, cleans, polishes, maintains and tests vehicles and equipment.
- Presents programs to the community on life safety and emergency medical topics.
- Participates in physical fitness activities in order to maintain the capacity for sustained physical exertion.
- Performs other duties as assigned.
The Ideal Candidate
- Minimum graduation of a high school diploma or GED equivalent.
- Must be (21) twenty-one years of age or older.
- Must be a citizen of the United States of America at the time of application, or provide proof of appropriate work permit.
- Ability to successfully learn the operation of the listed tools and equipment.
- Ability to learn to apply standard emergency medical care techniques.
- Ability to act effectively in emergency and stressful situations.
- Must be able to read and write the English language. Must have the ability to follow verbal and written instructions, and the ability to communicate effectively orally and in writing.
- Must have successfully completed an Emergency Medical Technician training course and must possess current Utah Emergency Medical Technician Certification. Advanced EMT certification required within 6 months of hire date.
- Must complete National Incident Management System (NIMS) 100, 200, 700 training, with in the first 6 months of employment.
- No felony convictions or disqualifying criminal history within past seven years
Compensation and Benefits
Current starting hourly wage $11.95 with A-EMT certification.
- 457 Employer Contribution.
- Employee Assistance Program
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