South Howell County Ambulance District is an equal opportunity employer.
South Howell County Ambulance District is a progressive, community minded ambulance service. We seek professionals who desire to truly “Make a Difference. . . ” in the lives of others. I encourage you to complete an application and if we have no open positions we will save your application for up to six months.
We offer a very competitive benefit package for full-time and part-time staff. Current benefits can be obtained on request. To get an understanding of our work environment view the job descriptions, look over our web site and Facebook page or come by for coffee and a tour. If you have question please contact Jolaine, “Jo”, Lashley, Human Resource director at 417-256-2490.
Last Update: Tuesday September 18, 2018.
9/18/2018 update is related to the addition of a 12 hour, 0700 – 1900 ALS ambulance needed every other day. Call volume has reached a point where another ALS level ambulance is needed.
|Two (2) PRN Paramedics to staff a 12 hour or 24 hour ambulance shifts. 12 hour pay range: $18.78 – $20.66 per hour depending on experience. 24 hour rate of pay is $13.00 – $14.30 per hour depending on experience.
Two (2) PRN EMT to staff a 12 hour or 24 hour ambulance shifts. 12 hour pay range: $13.00 – $14.67 per hour depending on experience. 24 hour rate of pay is $9.00 – $9.90 per hour depending on experience.
South Howell has transfer incentive with double the hourly rate for any patient transport over 80 loaded miles.
|Education Operations||No Open Positions at This Time|
|Business/Administrative Operations||No Open Positions at This Time|
|Wheelchair/Stretcher Van Operations||No Open Positions at This Time
Summary of Duties: Transporting passengers who can walk, are wheelchair or stretcher-confined to and from medical related appointments. Must be able to: drive – sometimes long distances; use a mechanical lift, operate a cell phone and mapping software via Garmin; move/assist passengers to and from wheelchair/stretcher. Position requires a functional range of motion and drug test screening. Click on the job description below for more detailed duties. Applications can be completed on-line or at the station 1/2 mile west on K highway from the bypass.
|Emergency Communications (Emcomm) Operations||Summary of Duties: Receive and dispatch emergency/non-emergency ambulance calls. Receive and dispatch medical transport staff for scheduled medical appointments. Enter data for both into computer aided dispatch software. Dispatching involves use of phone, paging system, multiple computer screens and two way radio communication. Must be able to remain calm and speak clearly in emotionally tense situations as dispatchers will be giving pre-arrival instructions to the caller. Click on the EmComm job description below for more detailed duties. Applications can be completed on-line or at the station which is 1/2 mile west on K highway from the bypass.|
|Fleet (Maintenance) Operations||No Open Positions at This Time|
|Click here to fill out an online application|
|Clinical Operations Manager|
|Emergency Medical Technician|
|Medical Transport Specialist|
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If you have problems please call Jolaine, “Jo”, Lashley at 417-256-2490 and we’ll mail you a packet.