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Metro West Ambulance

Vehicle Service Techician



Job Description
Our career ladder has several steps to provide employees diverse work experiences and training and prepare them for a career in EMS and encourages continuing education by accommodating school schedules.

VST's ensure ambulances and wheelchair vans are prepared. Duties include washing the interior and exterior surfaces, vacuuming, and disinfecting each vehicle. The VST is also responsible for restocking medical equipment and supplies. VST’s also clean and restock the building as needed.

Requirements:

Valid Oregon Driver’s License
Safe driving record
18 years or older

Physical Requirements:

Ability to lift heavy objects, including oxygen cylinders of 50-100 pounds, Ability to perform strenuous physical activity-Walking, kneeling, stooping, bending, leaning, touch, seeing, hearing/listening, clear speech. Ability to work in extreme weather conditions.







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.



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