Clearwater County Ambulance is needing to increase the 911
and inter-facility ground transport capability for the Orofino station.
These units will be licensed at the ALS level and staffing will consist of a Paramedic and an EMT partner.
The schedule is 7 days on and 7 days off. Minimum pay will be equivalent to 40 hours with possible overtime. During the 7 days on, the staff member is considered on-call and would need to be available to respond for medical calls and other requests. The staff members must remain in a geographical area which allows a response time of 10 minutes or less. There may be some duty time outside of providing ambulance transfer services and 911 response. Those activities are anticipated to be working as assigned at the station, providing community education, and/or providing community health EMS type activities.
The pay rate is consistent with an annualized full-time position of a similar role. Position is eligible for PERSI (rule of 80), health benefits, and one week of sick leave. Position is not eligible for paid time off. The facility would be considered your base. Travel and housing for those that live in other areas is not supplied.
Job description and applications are available through the Idaho Department of Labor at 416 Johnson Avenue and Clearwater County Human Resources at 150 Michigan Avenue, Orofino. Open until filled. References/Resume required. Clearwater County is an equal opportunity employer and will accord a preference to employment of Veterans of the US Armed Services in accordance with Idaho Code 65-503.