AMR is a recognized leader in 911 emergency ambulance services and interfacility transports and the trusted provider to some of the largest metropolitan and suburban communities in the nation. AMR Orlando’s certified paramedics and emergency medical technicians arrive on the scene with the skills and expertise to rapidly administer care, coordinate with on-scene first responders, communicate with emergency department physicians and transport patients to the most appropriate facilities.
American Medical Response /Orlando is on a hiring blitz and looking for EMTs to work in a family oriented but challenging environment. By working with the world’s largest medical transportation company you'll have the opportunity to put your skills to work in both inter-facility transport as well as some 911 calls.
As an AMR EMT, many times you have the opportunity to be the best part of someone's very bad day. With this in mind, we're not just looking to hire the first individual that walks through the door. The ideal EMT will be compassionate, mission focused, understanding, patient, highly skilled and very customer focused.
It's our goal to show our employees that we care as much for them as you do for the patients you're transporting. By offering competitive wages, attractive benefits package, paid time off, career development guidance and training we strive to hit our goal of having an engaged and passionate workforce.
If you feel you "fit" our criteria, looking for something more than just a "job" and meet the qualifications listed below we want to set up a time to speak with you either via phone, skype or in-person.
· Minimum of a high school diploma
· 1 years in an EMS setting preferred but we will consider a combination of education and experience
· Current EMT license
· Valid state drivers license
· Current BLS certification
Visit our career site at: https://www.AMR.net/careers-training
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