Northampton County is currently recruiting for positions of EMS Provider ~ EMT, Advanced, Intermediate or Paramedic.
Shifts are 24 hour on with 72 off. Shifts start at 6 am.
Full-time is a non-exempt position, eligible for the benefits package. Part-time is not eligible for the benefits package
EMS Provider~ EMT, Advanced, Intermediate or Paramedic
Type: Full Time
Salary/Pay Rate: Hourly: $ 14.76– $ 17.74
Base Salary: $30,691 - $ 36,898
Annual w/built in OT: $39,012 - $46,902
Posted Date: 02/18/2020 - 12 noon
Deadline to Apply: 03/09/2020 - 12 noon
Minimum requirements: Virginia EMT (ALS preferred)
HS Diploma or GED
18 yrs of age (21 yrs preferred)
Good driving record
Emergency Vehicle Operators Course
Healthcare Provider CPR (current)
Hazardous Materials Awareness
Link to FULL EMPLOYMENT PACKET.
You must complete the application, along with the requested attachments and either e-mail the documents to: email@example.com or hand deliver to:
Mailing address: Physical Address
Northampton County Dept of EMS Northampton County Dept of EMS
PO Box 235 13294 Lankford Highway
Eastville, VA 23347 Machipongo, VA 23405
Incomplete applications will not be considered or eligible for the hiring process.
Northampton County is an EOE.
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