Location: Abbott EMS - St. Louis, MO FLSA Status: Non-exempt
Shift Type: Full-time
We are currently recruiting for evening shift positions and night shift positions. Both of which require a weekend and holiday rotation. As shift needs change, the department may post new shift opportunities for employees. These shifts will be awarded based on seniority and qualifications.
POSITION SUMMARY: The Dispatcher functions primarily as an intake operator and is responsible for receiving, recording and effectively managing requests for ambulance assistance/transport from various sources. Volume is made up of non-emergency transports that originate from nursing homes, hospitals, and private residential requests, as well as urgent transports through our 911 contracts and customers.
Essential Duties and Responsibilities:
About Abbott’s Communication Center:In addition to dispatching for our local operations, the St. Louis Communications Center is a regional communications hub managing multiple ambulance operations across the East Region of AMR including both emergency 911 and non-emergency services in at least seven states.The center is a fast-paced department with the primary responsibility of scheduling and dispatching of all requested transports. We act as a secondary public safety answering point to various 911 agencies. Employees are frequently required to triage medical calls and provide Pre-Arrival instructions to callers when applicable. All required training is provided to the selected candidate after hire.
NOTE: Once you have submitted an online application, please watch your email for further communication. You will be sent a link from OnlineTesting@testgenius.com for an online assessment. This assessment must be completed to move forward in the application process.
EOE including Veterans and Disabled