Job Description EMTs who choose Metro West Ambulance select one of Oregon’s most trusted EMS providers. We’re committed to employing individuals who meet our high standards of professionalism and integrity.
EMT's start their career path in our Wheelchair Transport Department. After a 60-day period EMT's may choose to become Ambulance Certified making them eligible to pick up additional shifts in our 911 System, Standy-by Division, or non-emergent stretcher transport unit.
Metro West Ambulance encourages individuals who want to take their education to the next level and accommodate most school schedules.
Transporting injured or sick individuals to medical facilities Determining the nature and extent of illness or injury and establishing first aid procedures Administering first-aid treatment at the emergency site or in an equipped vehicle Communicating with dispatch
Applicants must be 21 years of age, meet Metro West motor vehicle, criminal background, drug screen and physical requirements, hold a current Oregon EMT certification, CPR certification, valid driver’s license, and able to work a flexible schedule.
Tuition assistance, medical, dental, vision, employer paid life insurance, a 401(k) plan with a 5% employer match, paid-time off and gym membership reimbursement are offered to eligible employees.
Metro West Ambulance is accredited by the Commission on Accreditation of Ambulance Services and is an equal opportunity employer. All qualified candidates will receive consideration for the position applied for without regard to race, color, religion, sex, age, national origin, disability, marital status, sexual orientation, military/veteran status, or other non-merit factors.
About Metro West Ambulance Metro West has been Oregon’s most trusted EMS provider since 1953; delivering advanced life support and medical transportation services in Douglas, Roseburg, Washington, Clatsop, Coos, and Lincoln Counties in Oregon and Pacific County in Washington. We are proud to hold the title as the largest non-emergency ALS provider in Oregon and Southwest Washington.
Providing more than 65,000 transports annually, Metro West interfaces with dispatchers, law enforcement, firefighters, first responders, emergency nurses and physicians; all working together to provide positive clinical outcomes while servicing the community.