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Ambulance Operator Paramedic and EMT


Under the direction of the assigned Captain or Supervisor, this classification will be responsible for operating an ambulance responding to medical aid calls, provide basic medical care to the ill and injured, and provide patient transport services; performs other duties as required.

NOTE: hourly pay based on 24 hour shift; overtime pay after 40 hours; most assignments are 56 hour work-weeks


AO Selection Process

Job Interest Notification



Ambulance Operator- Paramedic

Minimum Requirements

  • Possess and maintain a valid Class “C” State of California Driver License
  • Possess and maintain a valid State of California Paramedic License
  • Upon hire, you must acquire, possess and maintain a valid ICEMA Paramedic certification
  • Possess and maintain a valid CPR and ACLS certification
  • Good driving record
  • Proof of Liability Insurance

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Ambulance Operator- Emergency Medical Technician (EMT)

Minimum Requirements

  • Possess and maintain a valid Class “C” State of California Driver License
  • Possess and maintain an EMT1 certification or greater
  • Possess and maintain a valid CPR certification
  • Good driving record
  • Proof of Liability Insurance

Colleges and Programs in our communities that offer Paramedic and EMT certifications

Paramedic

Prerequisites for most Paramedic Programs
  • Emergency Medical Technician 6 months full-time and/or 1 year part-time
  • Clear background
Colleges and Programs (Paramedic & EMT)

Crafton Hills College
Mt. San Antonio College
National Medical Education & Training Center
(NMETC is an on-line paramedic program)
Paramedic Training Institute
Riverside Community College
Saddleback College
UCLA
Victor Valley Community College


To work as a paramedic in San Bernardino County, you must possess a State of California paramedic license and acquire ICEMA accreditation. For out-of-state paramedics, you have to obtain National accreditation in order to apply for a paramedic license in the State of California. Visit each site below for more information.

National: National Registry of Emergency Medical Technicians

State: Emergency Medical Services Authority

County: Inland County Emergency Medical Agency

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