EMS Job Board

Here are the latest postings for EMS jobs in Maine. Below you’ll find current EMT, advanced EMT, and paramedics jobs available throughout our state. Before applying, you should contact the agency directly to make sure the posting is still current.

To list your EMS job opening here at no cost, email Cyndie Dugans.

Kennebunk Fire Department

Full-time Firefighter/EMS Provider

Kennebunk, Maine

Posted September 21, 2021

The Town of Kennebunk is accepting applications for full-time Firefighter/EMS positions. These positions are newly available due to the awarding of a Staffing for Adequate Fire & Emergency Response FEMA Grant.
Kennebunk Fire Rescue, a combination department, serves the community with four stations, including Central Station & Rescue, Washington Hose Company, West Kennebunk, and Blueberry Plains. The department responds to over 2,500 calls for service annually. These opportunities include working in a beautiful coastal Maine setting located 25 miles south of Portland, ME, and 25 miles north of  Portsmouth, NH. Our year-round population of approximately 12,000 increases significantly during the summer months. These are skilled positions involving the delivery of firefighting and EMS services within the Town of Kennebunk and for agencies assisted by the Town of Kennebunk. These positions also assist with station duties, maintenance of vehicles, inspections, and public and in-house education.

Position Requirements
(A) High School Diploma or equivalent;
(B) Valid Motor vehicle operator’s license with no serious infractions;
(C) Maine License EMT-Basic required, with preference given to those with Advanced EMT or
Paramedic license;
(D) Firefighter II Certification or be able to complete the certification within a reasonable time
determined by the Chief;
(E) National Incident Management IS 100, 200, and 700; and
(F) AVOC/EVOC or equivalent.

Hours & Schedule
These positions work a forty-two (42) hour/week schedule. The schedule consists of a 24-hour shift,
followed by 2 days off, a 24-hour shift, and 4 days off.

KENNEBUNK FIRE RESCUE
KENNEBUNK, MAINE

Jeffrey H. Rowe, Fire Chief
John Brady, Division Chief/EMS

William VanDeinse, Deputy Fire Chief
Justin Cooper, Deputy Fire Chief
Chris Pare’, Deputy Fire Chief

Pay & Employee Benefits
These are non-exempt, hourly positions with a base starting pay rate of $21.05/hour, $45,973.20/year ($21.05/hour x 42 hours/week x 52 weeks/year). Successful candidates with the following credentials will receive the corresponding amount in addition to the base starting rate:
EMT License: $1.00/hour
AEMT License: $2.00/hour
Paramedic License: $3.01/hour
Associate’s degree: $0.10/hour
Bachelor’s degree: $0.15/hour
The Town of Kennebunk offers a comprehensive benefits package that includes medical, dental, vision, life insurance, short-term disability (income protection) through Maine Municipal Employees Health Trust, MainePERS or MissionSquare (previously ICMA-RC) retirement, paid sick and vacation, and other supplemental benefits.

How to Apply & Timeline
Interested candidates must submit a cover letter, resume, and employment application to meet application
requirements. Please submit application materials to the Human Resources Department by email or by
physical mail to the Town of Kennebunk HR Department, 1 Summer Street, Kennebunk ME, 04043.

The deadline to submit applications is October 8, 2021, by 4:30 P.M. Successful candidates must complete a physical agility test (PAT) with the Department. Attached is more information about the PAT and the waiver, which must be submitted on the day of the test. Successful candidates will be notified of the next steps in the hiring process following the review of applications.
The Town of Kennebunk is an equal opportunity employer and seeks to recruit and support a broadly diverse community. All qualified applicants are encouraged to apply and will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, ancestry, national origin, sex, sexual orientation (including gender identity and expression), physical or mental disability, religion, age, genetic predisposition, and any other characteristics protected by law.

Downeast EMS

Paramedic Pre-Hospital Providers

Baileyville, Maine

Posted September 20, 2021

Downeast EMS is accepting applications to fill multiple immediate openings for Paramedic
Pre-Hospital Providers.

Applicants must possess a valid driver’s license and be licensed as a
Maine or Nationally Registered Paramedic.

Qualified candidates must demonstrate professional behavior that supports team efforts and
enhances team behavior, performance, and productivity. Candidates must possess
communication skills, critical thinking skills, physical strength, emotional strength, listening
skills, interpersonal skills, and compassion.

We offer a lucrative healthcare benefits package/generous paid vacation, personal time off, and sick leave. Overtime pay is frequently available. Competitive sliding wage scale.

Paramedics work an appealing 48-hour shift weekly

Sign-on Bonus: $5,000.00 dollars with a two-year contractual agreement

Applications are available online at our website www.downeastems.org or at Woodland Base
205 Main Street Baileyville ME 04694

For further questions or concerns please contact the Operations Manager Casey Bearor at
207-427-6100 or email [email protected]

Downeast EMS is an equal opportunity employer.

PACE Paramedic Service

AEMTs & Paramedics

Norway, Maine

Posted September 10, 2021

PACE Paramedic Service, a Department of Stephens Memorial Hospital, is seeking qualified Paramedics and Advanced Emergency Medical Technicians to fill positions on their highly skilled and motivated team.

PACE provides 911 coverage to the Towns of Norway, Paris, Harrison, Otisfield, Hebron, West Paris, Woodstock, Greenwood, and Milton Plantation.  We also work closely with Mt Abram and Sunday River Ski Resorts.  Our ambulances are some of the safest on the street, equipped to the Paramedic Level with video conferencing available from the rig to the ER.  Each ambulance is also equipped with a Lucas Device, Emergency Vent, and Video Laryngoscopes.  We presently use LifePac 15s but will be moving to Zoll X Series soon.  All have Stryker XPS Power Cots and we are moving toward all having Power Loaders as well with half of the fleet converted at the moment.  We have Hover Mats with Pumps on every ambulance and Hover Jacks available.  Our call volume consists of a reasonable 60/40 split of Emergency Calls to Transfers.

Our base wages start at $18.04/hour for AEMTs and $20.23/hour for Paramedics.  We offer generous differentials for 2nd shift, 3rd shift, weekends, and holidays.  The Per Diem Bonus Program pays a lump sum of $3.00/hour for every hour worked when you meet the 300-hours per quarter requirement.  You are also compensated with a bonus if you are held over the end of your shift on a call.  We provide regular paid training including all required certifications (CPR, ACLS, etc.).

Apply online today at www.careersatmainehealth.org

 

Hampden Fire Department

FULL-TIME Firefighter AEMT/Paramedic

Hampden, Maine

Posted September 8, 2021

The Town of Hampden is seeking applicants for a full-time firefighter/EMT (Advanced or Paramedic). Hampden Public Safety is a community-centered agency committed to providing professional and progressive public safety services.

Hampden is located just south of Bangor. We are a 12-member career department serving nearly 7,500 residents. We have one Class A pumper/tanker, quint (delivery fall 2021), two ambulances, a brush truck, and utility truck.

Requirements: Applicants must be licensed at the AEMT level or higher to apply for this position. Candidates with State FF I and II certification are desired. Candidates that are not currently Paramedics will be required to obtain their Paramedic license (within 3 years) per Local 4903 Collective Bargaining Agreement. Applicants must have a high school diploma or equivalent, Applicants will be required to pass a background check, Hampden Fire Department Physical Agility Test, a written test, complete a job related assessment center, and a medical exam.

Benefits: The Hampden Fire Department offers a competitive wage/benefits package, excellent retirement options, opportunities for advancement and professional growth, 12 paid holidays, and vacation time.

Wages: The rate of pay is $22.68 to $27.57. A lateral entry at the Public Safety Director’s discretion is available based on training and experience.

Health Insurance: Maine Municipal Employees Health Trust PPO 2500 with 90% Med-A-Vision Plan. The Town pays 100% for the employee and 70% for a family plan.

Retirement: Maine State Retirement plan 3C, which includes 2/3 pay after 25 years of service with no minimum age attainment, and COLA; or I.C.M.A. with a 10% (non-matching by the employee) contribution by the Town. The Town will contribute an additional .5% with an employee contribution to the I.C.M.A. 457 Plan.

Schedule: 42- hour work week. Shift pattern is 24 hours on duty, 24 hours off duty, 24 hours on duty, 5 days off duty.

Sick Leave Incentive: The Town will make available retirement medical benefits offered under I.C.M.A. The Town will contribute 12 hours per month upon the employee accumulating the maximum sick time hours of 1,008.

To obtain an application or additional information, please contact Hampden Public Safety at (207) 862-4000. Applications can also be obtained at https://www.hampdenmaine.gov/jobs.

Please submit completed application, cover letter, and resume to:

Deputy Fire Chief
106 Western Avenue
Hampden, ME 04444

(or via email: [email protected])

Application period will close at 1700 on Wednesday, September 22, 2021.

The Town of Hampden is an Equal Opportunity Employer

Yarmouth Fire Department

Per-Diem Paramedic/Firefighter and Per-Diem EMT or AEMT/Firefighter

Yarmouth, Maine

Posted August 31, 2021

Yarmouth Fire Rescue is currently accepting applications for Firefighter/EMS providers (Paramedic, AEMT & EMT) to fill current per-diem openings.

The Town of Yarmouth has a year-round population of 8,500 residents with a full-service Fire-Rescue department responding to approximately 1,700 calls for service annually. We provide 24-hour Paramedic level coverage to our community as well as ALS intercepts for neighboring towns.
Applicants must possess:

  • A current State of Maine EMS license.
  • Certifications in Firefighting, NIMS 100 & 700, and EVOC/AVOC is desirable.
  • Applicants must also pass a background check and respiratory medical clearance.

Please submit application (available at https://yarmouth.me.us/jobs) to Chief Michael Robitaille at P.O. Box 964 Yarmouth, Maine 04096 or by email at [email protected].

Naples Fire & Rescue

Per Diem Firefighter/EMT, AEMT, Paramedic

Naples, Maine

Posted August 23, 2021

The Town of Naples is seeking to hire self-motivated, positive, and energetic professionals. We
are a combination department and currently staff a FF/EMT-P and a FF/AEMT or EMT-B 24/7
year-round. We are a growing community focused on providing the highest quality care possible
for the residences and vacationers in the town.

Salary:
FF/EMT-B -$19/hour
FF/AEMT – $21/hour
FF/Medic – $26/hour

Requirements for the Firefighter/EMT position include:
• High School Diploma or equivalent
• EMT-B, EMT-A, or Paramedic License in good standing
• Firefighter I & II Certification preferred
• Valid Driver’s License
• AVOV/EVOC
• Physical strength and agility for performing firefighting, EMS, and rescue responsibilities
Please provide the following documents when submitting your application:
• Current EMS License
• Valid Driver’s License
• High School Diploma or equivalent
• Additional education and fire/EMS certifications
• Resume

Employment applications can be found at https://www.townofnaples.org/jobs
Please email applications and a copy of your resume to [email protected]

The Town of Naples is an equal opportunity employer, minorities and females are
encouraged to apply.

Richmond Fire EMS

On-Call EMT's

Richmond, Maine

Posted August 23, 2021

Richmond Fire Department is looking to hire on-call Emergency Medical Technicians with flexible schedules of 6-hour blocks.

Compensation:

$25/6-hour block, plus $13/hour while on calls or training

In-station living quarters

Basic Fire School, EVOC, and Basic Pumps Training will be provided with tuition paid for Advanced EMT or Firefighter I/II after the probationary period.

For an Application:

Visit http://www.richmondmaine.com/employment.aspx (a link to our application is on the top of the page) or email [email protected] for more information.

Central Lincoln County Ambulance Service

Full-time and Part-time EMTs, AEMTs, and Paramedics

Damariscotta, Maine

Posted August 9, 2021

Central Lincoln County Ambulance Service is a growing EMS agency serving the communities of Alna, Bremen, Bristol,
Damariscotta, Edgecomb, Jefferson, Newcastle, Nobleboro, and South Bristol. CLCAS is currently seeking motivated and
caring applicants for full-time Paramedics and per diem EMTs, Advanced EMTs, and Paramedics.

Qualified candidates will have strong effective interpersonal skills, demonstrate the ability to be part of a dynamic team,
work both independently and collaboratively, and have good critical thinking and problem-solving skills. CLCAS team
members require flexibility, reliability, and a commitment to exceptional care. Must be an effective in-person
communicator, as well as via radio or phone. Candidates should have an eagerness to further their education and stay
up-to-date in the latest medical trends and technologies.

CLCAS offers health and retirement benefits as well as vacation and sick leave for our full-time staff. Applications can be
found on our website at: https://clcambulanceservice.org/employment

Completed application and resume should be sent to:
Central Lincoln County Ambulance
ATTN: Nicholas Bryant
P.O. Box 373
Damariscotta, Maine 04543
or via email to:
[email protected]

Westbrook Fire & Rescue

FULL-TIME and Per-Diem Firefighter/EMT

Westbrook, Maine

Posted August 9, 2021

DEPARTMENT OVERVIEW

The City of Westbrook, Division of Fire & Rescue is responsible for providing efficient and effective delivery of fire, medical, rescue, and life safety emergency services within the city limits. Emergency services are delivered from two strategically located fire stations in the community. The Fire Department also strives to improve the quality of life for City residents by providing public education, code enforcement, and ongoing training for firefighters and EMS providers. The Fire & Rescue Department has a total of 45 sworn full-time employees, 25 per-diem employees, 10 call company members, 2 civilian employees, and an annual operating budget of nearly 4 million.

 

FIREFIGHTER/EMS PROVIDER RECRUIT

The Westbrook Fire & Rescue Department is comprised of dual-role personnel.  As such, firefighter-EMS providers have the ability to rotate their emergency duties between ambulances and fire apparatus.  Due to their dual-role responsibilities, recruits are required to successfully graduate from a six to eight-week new hire drill school which will help maximize their dual-role capabilities, familiarize themselves to the agency and to the City of Westbrook.

 

New hire recruits are compensated during their drill school training, which will cover multiple topics related to fire, EMS, and specialty rescue operations.  Once new hire recruits successfully complete their drill school, they will then move to one of our four shifts.  New hire recruits will work an average of 7.5 shifts per month, working a 24 hour on/24 hour off/24 hour on/120 hours off rotation.

 

THE IDEAL CANDIDATE

 

The ideal candidate for a Firefighter/EMS Provider Recruit is committed to public service, detail-oriented, adept at multi-tasking, and has good written and oral communication skills.  The successful candidate for this position will be able to remain calm, confident, and competent in high-pressure situations and will keep up with the latest developments in the field of fire and emergency medical services.

 

We are looking for someone who can work in a team environment, be able to foster and maintain productive and positive working relationships with other public safety agencies and be willing to maintain a positive culture of teamwork and collaboration within the department, the organization, and the community.

 

We are looking for someone who can work in a team environment.  Not only is the line of work rewarding, but you will also have the security of knowing that what you do will make a difference and will be critical to the community in which you serve.

 

EDUCATION & EXPERIENCE

 

This position requires a High School Diploma or GED, with a preference for a Bachelor or Associates Degree from an accredited college or university with course work in emergency medical services, fire science, fire administration, business or public administration, or a related field.

 

License or Certification:

 

  • Must hold and maintain a valid Maine Driver’s license
  • Must hold and maintain a valid Maine EMS license (Paramedic preferred)
  • NFPA Firefighter I and II Certification
  • FEMA ICS 100, ICS 200, IS 700, IS 701, and IS 800 (within three months of hire)
  • Must hold or obtain Hazardous Materials Technician level certification within one year
  • Fire Instructor and/or EMS Instructor-Coordinator credentialing is a plus

 

Any equivalent combination of education and experience may be considered to satisfy these requirements.

 

This position is subject to the following:

 

  • Pre-employment medical screening, to include musculoskeletal (fusionetics) screening
  • Pre-employment psychological screening
  • Pre-employment background and reference checks
  • Pre-employment integrity testing

 

 

TESTING

 

The Firefighter/EMS Provider Recruit testing process covers four areas.

 

  • Physical Agility Test
  • Written Exam
  • Panel Interview/Assessment Center
  • Chief’s Interview

 

Physical Abilities Testing – What to Expect

 

Firefighting is one of the most respected and challenging careers one can pursue.  Daily job duties of a firefighter demand a high level of strength and conditioning.  To earn a position with the Westbrook Fire & Rescue Department, applicants must pass a Physical Abilities Test (PAT).  The Physical Abilities Testing consists of seven (7) job-related tasks that must be performed sequentially.  This is a pass/fail test based on a maximum time of 5 minutes and 30 seconds.  During the entire test, candidates must wear either an SCBA or a 50 lb weighted vest (simulating the weight of a firefighters protective clothing and SCBA).  The seven timed tasks are:

 

  • Hose Hoist
  • Ladder Raise/Extension
  • Roof Ventilation Simulation
  • Attic Crawl
  • Ladder Handling
  • Hose Pull
  • Dummy Drag

 

In addition to the seven job-related tasks, an applicant must also successfully ascend/descend the aerial and complete a claustrophobia test.  These two tasks are pass/fail but are not timed.

 

Written Exam

 

This timed exam will measure both cognitive ability and non-cognitive (behavior orientation) and include verbal comprehension, verbal expression, problem sensitivity, deductive reasoning, inductive reasoning, information ordering, mathematical reasoning, stress tolerance, team orientation, and motivation/attitude.  To successfully pass the written exam, applicants must have a minimum score of 70.

 

Study materials for candidates can be found at https://iosolutions.com/shop/?swoof=1&pa_examination=nfsi

 

COMPENSATION & BENEFITS

 

The starting wage range for career employees is between $833.42-$1,047.52 per week with additional education and training stipends, along with the opportunity for overtime, commensurate with education and years of experience.  The starting wage range for per-diem employees is $14.28-$20.20 hourly.

 

A comprehensive benefits package for our career employees includes medical, dental, and life insurance, an employee assistance program, generous paid leave, tuition reimbursement at 75%, and longevity pay.  The City participates in the Maine Public Employees Retirement Plan (MainePERS), Special Plan (66 2/3%), or defined 457 (ICMA) with City matching up to 6%.

 

APPLICATION PROCESS

 

Please apply by sending a cover letter and resume to Debbie Comeau at [email protected] by Friday, August 20, 2021.

 

For more information on this position, please contact:

Debbie Comeau, HR Generalist

[email protected]

207-854-9105 x 1214

 

The City of Westbrook is an Equal Opportunity Employer and values diversity in the workplace.  Applicants selected as finalists for this position will be subject to a comprehensive background check.

 

Medway Fire Department

Firefighter/AEMT/EMT

Medway, Maine

Posted July 29, 2021

Medway Fire Department is currently seeking qualified individuals interested in joining our staff. Hired members will be responsible for providing emergency medical care in both the emergent and non-emergent setting including cross-training for fire emergencies. Medway Fire Department averages one hundred and thirty emergency calls per year with a continuously growing non-emergent volume. The goal of the Medway Fire Department is to provide exceptional patient-focused care in a swift and compassionate manner.

The Medway Fire Department operates on a 12-hour shift rotation with the option of 24-hour shifts. Shifts are filled on an on-call basis as well as per-diem staffing running from 0700 to 1900 and 1900 to 0700. The average shift is usually staffed with one driver and one medical provider twenty-four hours a day.

Minimum qualifications include a Maine Driver’s license, Maine EMS License, willingness to obtain Basic Fire (FF1 & FF2 preferred), and CPR/First Aid. Members of the department who live within seven minutes of the station are allowed to respond from home receiving an on-call stipend and members who must stay at the station or within the seven-minute time frame will receive an hourly stipend. Other arrangements may be agreed upon.

If there is interest in joining our organization, please contact us at the email provided [email protected] or visit our website at www.medwaymaine.org