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.

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Medway Fire Department

Firefighter

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

Biddeford Fire Department

Firefighter/EMT/AEMT/Paramedic

Biddeford, Maine

Posted July 29, 2021

Come be a part of the change!!! Biddeford Fire Department is growing, adding more positions and
shifting its focus to be the best at training, staff development, and retention.
The City of Biddeford is looking for qualified, progressive, and motivated career-oriented individuals to work in
an active, forward-thinking department that responds to an annual emergency call volume of over 5,300
runs. The department operates with the most state-of-the-art equipment and has a strong focus on EMS. We are
currently increasing shift staffing and placing a high focus on staff training and development. Eligible
candidates must:
• Be at least 18 years of age
• Possess a valid driver’s license
• High school graduate or equivalent
• EMT basic certified with preference given to Advanced EMTs, Paramedics, and candidates with
Firefighter I and II certifications
• Pass a background check, job performance assessment, fitness, and medical evaluations, and other testing
All candidates not having Firefighter I and II certification must be willing to obtain it. All candidates that have only a Basic EMT certification must be willing to obtain at least an Advanced EMT Certification.
Reply to this ad with cover letter, resume, and certifications sent to [email protected]

Benefit Package Highlights
 Up to 6-year lateral transfer with a starting 6-year paramedic pay of $26.14 per hour with a weekly salary of
$1,097.88 and an annual salary of $57,089.76, and 144 hours of vacation time
 25 years, no age 2/3 Salary MainePers Defined Benefit Retirement Plan
 Health Insurance with Co-pay support
 Dental, Vision, and disability insurance available
 457 Deferred Compensation Plan available
 Flex Medical/Dependent Plan
 Retirement Health Savings Plan
 Up to $6,000 Student Loan Re-Payment
 Shift time off to attend paramedic school and other selected training
 $600 uniform allowance after your 1st year of employment
 24-hour shift schedule
 Overtime opportunities
 No residency requirement

Winterport Ambulance

Drivers, EMT's, AEMT's, and Paramedics

Winterport, Maine

Posted July 15, 2021

Winterport Ambulance, part of the Winterport Fire and Rescue Association, a private non-profit organization, is currently seeking qualified individuals interested in joining our ranks. Providing emergency medical service to both Winterport and Frankfort, Winterport Ambulance averages 500 calls per year with a goal to provide swift and proficient care.

 

The service operates with one “frontline” paramedic-level ambulance, and a backup ambulance stocked to the AEMT level, with typical staffing structured as one driver and one EMS provider 24/7. Shifts are per-diem, 12-hour blocks, running from 0600-1800 and vice versa.

 

Minimum qualifications include a Maine Driver’s license and AVOC or EVOC certification. Members who live within 8 minutes of the station are permitted to respond from home, and members who have to stay in the station receive a $2/hour stipend. Hourly pay rates are as follows:

 

  • Driver: $14
  • EMT: $16
  • AEMT: $17
  • Paramedic: $20

 

If you or someone you know may be interested in joining our organization, please contact:

 

Logan Craig

Director, Winterport Ambulance

[email protected]

Cumberland Fire Department

Full-time Paramedic/Firefighter

Cumberland, Maine

Posted June 25, 2021

The Town of Cumberland Fire Department is accepting applications for the full-time position of Paramedic/Firefighter. We are looking for a positive and motivated individual to join our family. The desired candidate should be a Maine licensed Paramedic or Advanced EMT (must become a paramedic within 24 months) and be Firefighter I & II Certified. This position is responsible for the efficient performance of required duties in conformance with the rules, regulations, and policies established by the State, Town, and Fire Department. Duties shall consist of a number of fire and EMS responsibilities necessary to ensure the stability and safety of our community. This full-time opportunity offers a generous benefits package that includes health and dental insurance, paid vacation, sick, and holiday time.

Requirements:
• High School Diploma (or equivalent); Associate degree preferred
• Must hold at least a valid Maine Advanced EMT License (and will be required to obtain and
maintain a Paramedic license within 24 months)
• NFPA Firefighter I & II Certification
• Must hold and maintain a valid State of Maine Class C Driver’s License
• Must be able to work rotating 24-hour shifts
• National Incident Management System IS 100, 200 & 700
• Must successfully complete a comprehensive background check
• Post job offer, the candidate must complete a Job Placement Assessment

For an application, please visit:
https://www.cumberlandmaine.com/home/news/employment-opportunity-paramedicfirefighter
Return the application with a cover letter, resume, three letters of professional reference, a copy of
current Maine AEMT or Paramedic License, AVOC/EVOC, NFPA Firefighter I & II certificates and
any other professional certifications to the Town of Cumberland Human Resources (mail, fax or
email):
Brenda Moore, Human Resources Director
Town of Cumberland
290 Tuttle Road
Cumberland, ME 04021
(207) 829-2224 (fax)
[email protected]

Northern Light Medical Transport & Emergency Care

Full-time Paramedics, AEMT's, and EMT's

Bangor, Maine

Posted June 7, 2021

Looking for a career in EMS? We’ve got a job for you!

Full-Time Paramedic – $5,000 sign-on bonus

Full-Time EMT/AEMT – $2,500 sign-on bonus

We are also hiring per diem staff as well

Competitive wages with weekend & shift differentials

Variety of shift options available

Generous benefits package with medical, dental, retirement, and more

Education opportunities: Certification & CEH classes provided, opportunity to advance your license level

Teaching & Instructor opportunities

Our EMS services include a mix of 911 coverage & Interfacility Transport (BLS, ALS, PIFT, we assist with Ground CCT & NICU) Local, In-State & Out of State travel

Interested in learning more or want to apply?

Visit Northern Light Health Career page, change the company name to: Northern Light Medical Transport & Emergency Care, and click search to view current openings.

You can also contact Tony Lagasse via email at

[email protected]

Vinalhaven EMS

Ambulance Director

Vinalhaven, Maine

Posted June 4, 2021

The Town of Vinalhaven EMS is a Basic Service, licensed to the paramedic level.  Our services average approximately 200 calls per year, with 65% transported to the mainland.  We pride ourselves on offering the same quality of care that one would expect on the mainland, despite our remoteness.  We are looking for an Ambulance Director who can support our good work and improve on it.

The Town of Vinalhaven, a year-round island community of over 1,200 people, is located 12 miles from the mainland in Penobscot Bay and its population swells to over 3,000 in the summer.  The island is serviced by Islands Community Medical Services (ICMS), a federally qualified health center staffed at a minimum by a mid-level provider 24-7.

Our community is seeking someone that is committed to serving others, willing to embrace challenges, and able to enhance our service.  This is a full-time position that offers paid vacation and sick time, health, dental and retirement contributions, and a salary range of $44,720 to 50,960, commensurate with experience.

If you wish to learn more about this unique opportunity or are interested in applying, click here for more info or contact Andrew Dorr, Town Manager at [email protected].  Review of applications and scheduling of interviews will begin immediately, the proposed deadline is May 14, 2021.

Peninsula Ambulance Corps

per diem and part time EMT's, AEMT's and Paramedics

Blue Hill, Maine

Posted June 3, 2021

We are looking for self-motivated individuals to be part of our team. We provide ALS-level ambulance services to our service area; including, 911, IFT, PIFT, and Community Paramedicine.

Peninsula Ambulance Corps is dedicated to providing the highest quality ambulance and related health care services to the residents of Blue Hill, Brooklin, Brooksville, Castine, Penobscot, Sedgwick, and Surry, Maine, as well as the larger EMS community. The Peninsula Ambulance Corps is a not for profit, 501(c)(3) corporation formed in 1968.

Advantages of working for PAC:

  • Beautiful Blue Hill Peninsula coverage area
  • Stryker Power-LOAD and Power-PRO XT Cot stretcher systems
  • New LP15 cardiac monitors and LUCAS 3
  • New ambulances
  • Employer pays continuing education tuitions
  • Employer provides access to multiple CAPCE accredited online education platforms
  • Combination of emergency 911, Community paramedicine, and interfaculty transports, including PIFT
  • Just culture management principles
  • Competitive wages including credit for EMS experience
  • Comfortable station with broadband internet, cable TV and individual bedrooms.

Qualifications:

  • High School Diploma/GED
  • Current State of Maine EMT, AEMT, or Paramedic license
  • Current Healthcare Provider CPR
  • Active, unrestricted Maine Driver’s license
  • Insurable by auto insurance carrier
  • Current ACLS certification (Paramedic level)

Preferred/ Will provide to qualified candidates:

  • Maine EMS Paramedic Interfacility Transport Certification (Paramedic Level)
  • PALS, PEARS, PHTLS

 

Applications available at: www.peninsulaems.org.

Further information available from:

Peninsula Ambulance Corps

46 Water Street

Blue Hill, ME 04614

207-374-9955

Or

Alan Henschke, BS, NRP

Manager

207-374-9955

[email protected]

Town of Waldoboro

per-diem staff in our Emergency Medical Service Department

Waldoboro, Maine

Posted June 3, 2021

Essential duties include performing a variety of technical tasks while responding to emergency medical calls, inter-facility transfers and community paramedicine.  Ideal applicants would have the following: A valid Maine Driver’s License a current Maine EMS license at the EMT, AEMT or Paramedic level. A valid CPR certification. AVOC required within six months of hire.

For questions or inquiries please contact Deputy Director Derek Booker at 207-832-2160 or by email at [email protected]   Applications are available at www.waldoboromaine.org  and can be delivered in person or mailed to Waldoboro EMS P.O. Box J, Waldoboro Maine, 04572. Please include a resume upon application.

Old Town Fire Rescue

Fire Fighter

Old Town, Maine

Posted April 21, 2021

Old Town Fire Rescue is looking for a candidate who is a team player, who will embrace our progressive views and hard working attitude.  Minimum qualifications to apply are a valid Maine Driver’s License, Maine EMT license, and High School diploma or equivalent.

Find more information at www.oldtownfd.org