CAREERS

GROW YOUR CAREER AT A GROWING COMPANY

No matter if your EMS career is just starting, or you’re a seasoned professional in the industry, there’s a place within the Priority Ambulance family of companies for those who are dedicated to serving others. We adhere to the highest standards of ethics in EMS profession and are committed to delivering the best care to our patients and the communities we serve. We offer comprehensive benefits, competitive wages, paid time off and professional training and support. The cornerstone of our culture is fixed on safe, accountable, friendly and efficient services and our mission to be the EMS employer of choice in America.


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CAREERS

GROW YOUR CAREER AT
A GROWING COMPANY

GROW YOUR CAREER AT A GROWING COMPANY

No matter if your EMS career is just starting, or you’re a seasoned professional in the industry, there’s a place within the Priority Ambulance family of companies for those who are dedicated to serving others. We adhere to the highest standards of ethics in the EMS profession and are committed to delivering the best care to our patients and the communities we serve. We offer comprehensive benefits, competitive wages, paid time off and professional training and support. The cornerstone of our culture is safe, accountable, friendly and efficient services and our mission to be the EMS employer of choice in America.


FIND YOUR EMS CAREER PATH

We take pride in the various career paths we offer our employees. The EMS industry is growing, and demand for qualified professionals in all areas of our business is on the rise. Providing career-advancement tracks is important to us and enhances our value as an employer when we can train and promote from within our ranks. We are also committed to fostering the next generation of EMS leaders and offer highly specialized training for individuals interested in management roles.


Become a Priority EMTBecome a certified Emergency Medical Technician (EMT) through Priority-sponsored EMT Academies or local educational institutions.

Work as an EMT in the Priority FamilyBegin working as an EMT within the Priority family of companies – 11 companies with operational hubs in eight states.

Become a Priority ParamedicBecome a certified Paramedic through a company-sponsored Paramedic Academy. Opportunity to provide higher levels of emergency medical care and advanced patient interventions.

Work Toward Paramedic PromotionWork as a paramedic with a goal toward promotion. Paramedic promotion opportunities include Paramedic Supervisor and/or Field Training Officer.

Complete Priority-Sponsored Management TrainingApply for company-sponsored management training with an eye toward promotion to Operations Manager; complete Ambulance Services Manager classes.

Promote to Operations ManagerComplete company-sponsored Executive Training, earn a promotion to Operations Manager, and apply for company-sponsored executive leadership training through the Priority Ambulance Leadership Foundation.

Job TitleCompanyCityStateZIP
Fleet Mechanic I APPLY
Maricopa AmbulancePhoenixAZ85021
Critical Care Transport Nurse APPLY
Maricopa AmbulancePhoenixAZ85021
Vehicle Supply Technician APPLY
Maricopa AmbulancePhoenixAZ85021
DQA Representative - Phoenix, AZ APPLY
Maricopa AmbulancePhoenixAZ85021
Paramedic Supervisor APPLY
Maricopa AmbulancePhoenixAZ85021
PT Critical Care Transport Nurse APPLY
Maricopa AmbulancePhoenixAZ85021
Paramedic Supervisor - Scottsdale 911 APPLY
Maricopa AmbulanceScottsdaleAZ85255
Paramedic - Maricopa Ambulance APPLY
Maricopa AmbulancePhoenixAZ85021
EMT - Maricopa Ambulance APPLY
Maricopa AmbulancePhoenixAZ85021
Position: Fleet Mechanic I
Company:  Maricopa Ambulance
Location:  Phoenix, AZ
 
Maricopa Ambulance is seeking a Fleet Mechanic to join its team in the Phoenix, AZ area.
 
SIGN ON BONUS:  $1,000
 
Definition:
  • Primarily responsible for the repair and maintenance of all company vehicles.
  • Responsible for completing repairs, adjustments and preventative maintenance service and checks on company vehicles in accordance with prescribed PM policies and procedures. 
  • Responsible for accurate record-keeping of all services and repairs completed.
  • Responsible for alerting the Maintenance Manager for any suspected or confirmed abuse of company vehicles/equipment.
  • Responsible for facility and ground maintenance as assigned by the Maintenance Manager.
  • Complete preventative maintenance checks and services on all vehicles.
  • Respond to road calls as needed.
  • Remain abreast of changes and trends in the industry.
  • Accept other associated responsibilities and projects as assigned.
 
Minimum Requirements:
  • Knowledge of methods, material, tools, and techniques used in the repair and maintenance of a variety of automotive and mechanical equipment: operating principles of gasoline and diesel engines and of mechanical repair of vehicles ranging from passenger cars to in the one (1) ton category.
  • Using and caring for tools and equipment used in automotive and mechanical repair work; maintaining detailed and routine records.
  • Ability to work well with others.
  • Ability to communicate effectively in both a written and oral manner.
  • Ability to maintain a good driving record.
  • Ability to strictly adhere to established safety policies and guidelines.
  • Currently possess a current valid driver’s license.
  • Must furnish own tools.
  • Must be available 24 hours a day.
  • Must keep a clean and safe working area.
 
Physical Requirement:
  • Must be able to sit, stand, and/or walk for extended periods.
  • Ability to use a variety of Office Equipment.
  • Ability to lift a minimum of 50 Lbs.
  • Ability to use a variety of tools and machinery.
  • Ability to perform various physical labored intensive tasks.
  • Has quick reflexes and superior safe driving ability.
  • No emotional, mental, nervous, organic, or functional disorder likely to interfere with safe emergency driving and operation of automotive repair machinery or tools.
  • No impairment of use of foot, leg, hands, arms or other structural defects or limitations likely to interfere with safe driving and operation of automotive repair machinery or tools.
 
Job Responsibilities Related to Patient Privacy:
 
  • The incumbent is expected to protect the privacy of all patient information in accordance with the Company’s privacy policies, procedures, practices, as required by federal and Arizona law, and in accordance with general principles of professionalism as a health care provider.  Failure to comply with the Company’s policies and procedures on patient privacy may result in disciplinary action up to and including termination of employment or association with Maricopa Ambulance Service.
  • The incumbent may NOT access protected health information.
  • The incumbent is encouraged and expected to report, without the threat of retaliation, any concerns regarding the Company’s policies and procedures on patient privacy and any observed practices in violation of that policy to the Chief Compliance & Professional Standards Officer.
  • The incumbent is expected to actively participate in Company privacy training and is required to communicate privacy policy information to coworkers, students, patients and others in accordance with Company policy.
 
Reports To: Fleet Manager and is an hourly, non-exempt position.
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Position:  Critical Care Transport Nurse
Status Type:  Full Time
Location:  Phoenix, Arizona
Company:  Maricopa Ambulance
 
Bonus Available:  $7,500.00 Sign On Bonus with 18-month full-time commitment
Shift Availability:  Must be able to work nights
 
Definition:
Provides high quality nursing care including, but not limited to, assessment, triage, and treatment utilizing standards and guidelines established by the Medical Director, assesses the nature and extent of illness or injury to establish and prioritize the care needed for safe transport of the critical patient to the appropriate facility; is responsible for carrying out the mission and goals, assuring that safety remains the highest priority throughout the transport.
 
Minimum Requirements:
  • Must possess a high degree of personal integrity and responsibility.
  • Currently licensed, certified or registered by the appropriate state agencies.
  • Graduate of an accredited School of Nursing.
  • Minimum of three years’ critical care/emergency nursing experience.
  • Current RN license(s) for states of practice.
  • Current certifications in BLS/CPR, ACLS, PHTLS, CICP and PALS required.
  • Competence in advanced practice skills as defined by Medical Director.
  • Skills as required to practice nursing as defined by the AZ Board of Nursing .
  • Must have the ability to work effectively with minimal supervision, using good judgment.
  • Must have the ability to work in a fast paced, hectic, high pressure environment.
  • Must have the ability to simultaneously manage multiple activities without error.
  • Must have the ability to work efficiently and interact in a constructive and professional manner with other employees, public safety personnel and medical staff.
  • Must have the ability to interact effectively and professionally with patients, customers, clients, family members, bystanders, and the general public in such a manner as to reflect positively on the company.
  • Must demonstrate a level of skill and ability consistent with the provision of quality customer care.
  • Prefer previous or current certification as Emergency Medical Technician or Paramedic
 
Physical Requirements:
  • The ability to reach, push and pull.
  • The ability to use hands to perform medical procedures and assessments, reach with arms, and speak and hear.
  • The ability to sit, stand, walk, climb, balance, stoop, kneel, crouch, crawl, and smell for several hours at a time.
  • The ability to maintain adequate physical conditioning to be able to perform job duties.
  • The ability to perform job duties at high stress levels requiring employee to function effectively and independently while maintaining good working relationships with partners, patients, and customers.
  • The ability to frequently lift and/or move up to 80 pounds.
  • The ability to perform job duties near moving mechanical parts when outside weather conditions may be hazardous.
  • The ability to perform job duties while frequently being exposed to blood-borne pathogens or airborne particles, fumes and gases.
  • The ability to maintain a weight for acceptable flight standards for safety and mission acceptance.
  • The ability to complete all job duties during any and all hours of the morning, day, evening, and night.
 
Specific Duties:
  • Provide effective, safe care to any patient transported.
  • Provide nursing care from the initial contact until patient care is relinquished to the accepting medical facility.
  • Attend required staff and educational meetings.
  • Perform duties on the Critical Care Unit in disastrous or mass critical transports.
  • Maintain certifications and licenses as mandated by the position.
  • Complies with all Federal, State and Local Rules and Regulations
  • Maintain positive communication effectively while interfacing with fellow employees, patients, referring hospitals, EMS representatives and the community at large.
  • Uphold and adhere to all policies and procedures.
  • Knowledgeable in use and routine maintenance of all equipment and supplies used by Maricopa Ambulance
  • Responsible for reporting medical equipment failure and taking initial steps to insure repair of equipment as directed. Maintains adequate supplies on-board aircraft to deliver patient care.
  • Performs advanced skills and procedures as approved by the Medical Director.
  • Serves as a role model, educator, and clinical resource.
  • Participates in continuing and outreach education programs.
  • Participates in quality improvement activities as assigned.
  • Undertakes and maintains projects as assigned.
  • Maintain a clean and operational environment.
  • Other duties as assigned.
  • Communicate with RN and or MD from transferring facilities.
  • Have sufficient knowledge of ambulance operations, standard ALS protocols in order to streamline patient care between Medic and RN on transports.
  • Continuous MICU and Cardiac Arrest chart review.
  • Maintain inventory and compliance logs for all RN level drugs and Narcotics.
  • Responsible for stocking and re-filling all Registered Nurse (RN) level drug boxes/ bags and drug boxes/ bags after use.
  • Performs other duties as directed by management.
     
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Company: Maricopa Ambulance
Position: Vehicle Supply Technician
 
Definition:
The Vehicle Supply Technician (VST) maintains a dual support role within the vehicle and supply divisions of Maricopa Ambulance. The primary responsibility of the VST is certifying a clean, safe and stocked environment for field operations staff to promote a quick and effective deployment of services. 
 
Essential Functions:
Demonstrates complete knowledge, understanding and compliance of company policies and procedures.
Ensures that ambulance and all equipment is ready for use at the beginning of each shift. This includes but is not limited to appropriate cleaning and disinfecting of the interior and exterior of the vehicle, appropriate cleaning and disinfecting of equipment, completing daily checklists of the vehicle and equipment, inspecting and restocking the vehicle, and performing some routine maintenance.
Ensures security of buildings, vehicles, equipment and all other company property.
Performs daily inspections of base and/or station for cleanliness.
Appropriately and safely delivers the equipment or supplies to the appropriate locations.
Acts at all times with his/her personal safety in mind, as well as the safety of other support staff, EMS personnel, bystanders, and any other public safety personnel present.
Maintains security and privacy of all company and patient information at all times in accordance HIPAA and all other local, state and federal regulations.
Is familiar with and practices the Infection Control policies and procedures of the company. Adheres to Universal Precautions/Body Substance Isolation when necessary.
Reports to assigned shifts properly groomed in uniform and on time, unless the proper notification has been made. Remains on-duty and in proper uniform until properly relieved. 
At all times sets an example of professionalism and leadership for others to follow. 
Places patient welfare, care excellence, and safety above all else. 
Performs other duties as directed by management.
 
Specific Duties:
Maintain supply, service, stocking, and decontamination areas and equipment according to protocol, and ensuring these areas are free of safety concerns
Report all unsafe conditions or practices to a supervisor
Drive company vehicles with due regard, abiding to all laws and company protocols
Clean and decontaminate the ambulance patient and crew compartments
Wash the exterior of the ambulance and other company vehicles as needed
General inspection of vehicles and proper reporting of damage or issues
Stock supplies and equipment in proper storage areas and company vehicles
Assist with inventory of supplies and equipment in supply room and company vehicles
Restock supplies and equipment on company vehicles preparing for service
Review all product expiration dates. Dispose of expired product in appropriate manner
Check, change, and/or replace main and portable oxygen tanks
Be knowledgeable regarding company equipment and routinely check equipment for proper functionality
Document and report equipment that does not function safely or work at all
Properly handle and dispose of biohazard materials
Accurately maintain computerized, manual, and paper records
Recharge and calibrate equipment batteries
Handle field crew concerns in a courteous manner
 
Minimum Requirements:
Currently licensed with the appropriate level of state motor vehicle operator’s license.
Currently has a clean driving record as approved by company vehicle liability insurer.
Must possess a high degree of personal integrity and responsibility.
Must have the ability to work effectively with minimal supervision, using good judgment.
Must have the ability to work efficiently manage multiple tasks 
Must have the ability to interact in a constructive and professional manner with other employees, public safety personnel and medical staff.
Must have the ability to interact effectively and professionally with the general public in such a manner as to reflect positively on the company. 
Must observe traffic ordinances and regulations concerning both emergency and unmarked vehicle operation.
 
Physical Requirements:
The ability to reach, push and pull, and sit or stand for long periods of time.
The ability to bend, stoop, squat and kneel for long periods of time.
The ability to walk a minimum distance of one quarter of a mile without difficulty.
The ability to walk up and down stairs without difficulty.
The ability to lift and maneuver heavy weight up and down two flights of stairs without difficulty.
The ability to complete all job duties during any and all hours of the day and night.
 
Reports To:
Support Services Manager
Other Operations Command Staff as appropriate for all operation activities.
 
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Position:  Documentation Quality Assurance Representative
Company:  Maricopa Ambulance
Location:  Phoenix, AZ
 
Definition:
 
Processes patient care records (PCR’s); reconciles, reviews, ensures completion and follows up on same.
 
Coordinates documentation and evaluation of repetitive patients in accordance with the company “Repetitive Patient Ambulance Transport Policy.”
 
Works with field crews, Billing and Field Supervisor or Operations Manager to ensure all PCR’s are accounted for, complete and accurate.
 
Performs other duties related to operations as directed.
 
Minimum Requirements:
  • Must be knowledgeable in medical terminology.
  • Must be proficient in ambulance patient care field documentation.
  • Must be proficient with personal computers and tablet devices.
  • Must be proficient with all Microsoft Office software packages.
  • Must have good computer skills and be able to type/keyboard at least 40 WPM.
  • Must have good administrative skills including organizing, filing and basic math.
  • Must have a basic understanding of Medicaid, Medicare and Private Insurance reimbursement. 
Physical Requirement:
  • The ability to sit at a work station for long periods of time working on a computer.
Reports To:
  • Director of Administrative Services
Specific Duties:
  • Demonstrates complete knowledge, understanding and compliance of company policies and procedures.
  • Ensures that work area is ready for use at the beginning of each shift and after shift. This includes: making sure that work area is clean and organized, that all company documents are appropriately    filed and secured according to local, state and federal law, company policy and HIPPA regulations.
  • Cross references all PCR’s with CAD data to ensure that all ambulance runs have appropriate documentation completed and submitted.
  • Review’s PCR’s to ensure that they are thoroughly and correctly completed, working with field to crews and/or Field Supervisor or Operations Manager as appropriate to have incomplete PCR’s completed by field crews while adhering to company, local, regional, state and federal guidelines regarding patient care documentation.
  • Coordinates documentation and evaluation of repetitive patients in accordance with the company “Repetitive Patient Ambulance Transport Policy”.
  • Supports Billing staff by providing demographic and other information, locating required documents, following on whit questions to field crews and answering any questions about local operations.
  • Contacts healthcare facilities and insurance companies to obtain additional information for completion of documentation for ambulance runs.
  • Ensures the security of all company computer systems by adhering to security procedures and utilizing appropriate passwords policies.
  • Completes all duties in accordance with local, state and federal law, EMS regulations and company policy.
  • Always maintains security and privacy of all company and patient information in accordance HIPPA and all other local, state and federal regulations.
  • Reports to assigned shifts properly groomed in uniform and on time unless the proper notification has been made. Remains on-duty and in proper uniform until properly relieved.
  • At all times sets an example of professionalism and leadership for others to follow. Places patient care excellence and safety above all else.
  • Performs other duties as directed by management.
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Position:  Paramedic Supervisor
Maricopa Ambulance
Location:  Phoenix, AZ
 
Definition:
  • Responsible for interviewing, screening, hiring and orienting field staff.
  • Responsible for evaluating, coaching and disciplining all field staff.
  • Responsible for developing and staffing master schedule, including call in/fill in positions.
  • Responsible for tracking and monitoring payroll discrepancies per company policy.
  • Receives and resolves any field crew questions, concerns or issues regarding pay, benefits or other personnel issues.
  • Directs and leads support staff in inventorying, ordering, receiving, stocking and issuing medical, office and shop equipment and supplies.
  • Directs and leads outside vendors, fleet maintenance staff and support staff in preforming preventive maintenance, repairs, cleaning and inspecting all fleet vehicles.
  • Ensures that all field staff maintain appropriate certification and licensure for their position.
  • Ensures that all field staff maintain a high level of customer service when dealing with patients, patient families, co-responders, other healthcare providers and the general public.
  • Assists Medical Director, quality improvement and billing support staff in evaluation, training and follow up with field crews in protocol compliance and field documentation.
  • Assists Director of Operations in ensuring that all operations are in full compliance with all local, state and federal regulations regarding the ordering, storage, use and record keeping of controlled substances.
  • Assists Director of Operations in ensuring that operations are in full compliance with all local, state and federal contracts, regulations and ordinances.
  • Performs other duties related to management and administrative functions as directed.
  • Responsible for all step 1 grievances as defined by the current CBA
 
Minimum Requirements:
  • All Paramedic requirements.
  • All Paramedic Field Supervisor requirements (Must be currently certified as a paramedic in Arizona)
  • Must have the ability function as a leader evaluating, coaching, training and directing field staff.
 
Physical Requirements:
  • The ability to reach, push and pull.
  • The ability to sit or stand for long periods of time.
  • The ability to bend, stoop, squat and kneel for long periods of time.
  • The ability to walk up and down stairs without difficulty.
  • The ability to lift and maneuver 150 pounds without difficulty.
  • The ability to lift and maneuver 150 pounds up and down two flights of stairs without difficulty.
  • The ability to walk a distance of one quarter of a mile without difficulty.
  • The ability to complete all job duties during any and all hours of the day and night.
 
Reports To:
  • Director of Operations
  • Medical Director – Medical Control on all patient care, protocol and clinical quality activities.
 
Specific Duties:
  • Demonstrates complete knowledge, understanding and compliance of company policies and procedures.
  • Directs and supervises field crews to ensure that ambulance and all equipment is ready for use at the beginning of each shift and after every call.
  • Directs and supervises field crews to ensure security of buildings, vehicles, equipment, medications and all other company property.
  • Performs daily inspections of base and/or station for cleanliness. Directs and supervises field crews to perform appropriate housekeeping duties.
  • Responsible for recruiting, screening, hiring and orienting all field staff.
  • Responsible for evaluating, coaching and disciplining all field staff.
  • Responsible for developing and staffing master schedule, including call in/fill in.
  • Responsible for tracking, monitoring and submitting payroll per company policy.
  • Receives and resolves any field crew questions, concerns or issues regarding pay, benefits or other personnel issues.
  • Directs and leads support staff in inventorying, ordering, receiving, stocking and issuing medical, office and shop equipment and supplies.
  • Directs and leads outside vendors, fleet maintenance staff and support staff in preforming preventive maintenance, repairs, cleaning and inspecting all fleet vehicles.
  • Ensures that all field staff maintain appropriate certification and licensure for their position.
  • Ensures that all field staff maintain a high level of customer service when dealing with patients, patient families, co-responders, other healthcare providers and the general public.
  • Assists Vice President of Operations in ensuring that all operations are in full compliance with all local, state and federal regulations regarding the ordering, storage, use and record keeping of controlled substances.
  • Assists Medical Director, quality improvement and billing support staff in evaluation, training and follow up with field crews in protocol compliance and field documentation.
  • Assists Vice President of Operations in ensuring that operation is in compliance with all local, state and federal regulations and ordinances.
  • Maintains security and privacy of all company and patient information at all times in accordance HIPPA and all other local, state and federal regulations.
  • When necessary and appropriate, acts as a team leader in dealing with emergency and non-emergency situations, directing and supervising other members of the emergency medical care team.
  • Performs duties related to public relations and community education programs sponsored by company.
  • Accepts responsibility for recertification as an EMT and for other required license’s and certifications as required by company, local, regional, and state policies, regulations or laws.
  • Supported by Field Supervisors and other support staff handles administrative tasks such as dealing with vehicle breakdowns, vehicle accidents, employee injuries, patient injuries, supply requests, general housekeeping activities, etc.
  • Addresses field crews questions, concerns or issues regarding pay, benefits or other personnel issues.
  • Assists Quality Improvement and Billing support staff in evaluation, training and follow up with field crews in protocol compliance and field documentation.
  • Reports to assigned shifts on time, properly groomed in uniform and on time unless the proper notification has been made. Remains on-duty and in proper uniform until properly relieved.
  • At all times sets an example of professionalism and leadership for others to follow. Places patient care excellence and safety above all else.
  • Performs other duties as directed by management.
 
Please submit an application and an HR Representative will contact you.
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Position:  Critical Care Transport Nurse
Status Type:  Part Time
Location:  Phoenix, Arizona
Company:  Maricopa Ambulance
 
 
Definition:
Provides high quality nursing care including, but not limited to, assessment, triage, and treatment utilizing standards and guidelines established by the Medical Director, assesses the nature and extent of illness or injury to establish and prioritize the care needed for safe transport of the critical patient to the appropriate facility; is responsible for carrying out the mission and goals, assuring that safety remains the highest priority throughout the transport.
 
Minimum Requirements:
  • Must possess a high degree of personal integrity and responsibility.
  • Currently licensed, certified or registered by the appropriate state agencies.
  • Graduate of an accredited School of Nursing.
  • Minimum of three years’ critical care/emergency nursing experience.
  • Current RN license(s) for states of practice.
  • Current certifications in BLS/CPR, ACLS, PHTLS and PALS required.
  • Competence in advanced practice skills as defined by Medical Director.
  • Skills as required to practice nursing as defined by the AZ Board of Nursing .
  • Must have the ability to work effectively with minimal supervision, using good judgment.
  • Must have the ability to work in a fast paced, hectic, high pressure environment.
  • Must have the ability to simultaneously manage multiple activities without error.
  • Must have the ability to work efficiently and interact in a constructive and professional manner with other employees, public safety personnel and medical staff.
  • Must have the ability to interact effectively and professionally with patients, customers, clients, family members, bystanders, and the general public in such a manner as to reflect positively on the company.
  • Must demonstrate a level of skill and ability consistent with the provision of quality customer care.
  • Prefer previous or current certification as Emergency Medical Technician or Paramedic
 
Physical Requirements:
  • The ability to reach, push and pull.
  • The ability to use hands to perform medical procedures and assessments, reach with arms, and speak and hear.
  • The ability to sit, stand, walk, climb, balance, stoop, kneel, crouch, crawl, and smell for several hours at a time.
  • The ability to maintain adequate physical conditioning to be able to perform job duties.
  • The ability to perform job duties at high stress levels requiring employee to function effectively and independently while maintaining good working relationships with partners, patients, and customers.
  • The ability to frequently lift and/or move up to 80 pounds.
  • The ability to perform job duties near moving mechanical parts when outside weather conditions may be hazardous.
  • The ability to perform job duties while frequently being exposed to blood-borne pathogens or airborne particles, fumes and gases.
  • The ability to maintain a weight for acceptable flight standards for safety and mission acceptance.
  • The ability to complete all job duties during any and all hours of the morning, day, evening, and night.
 
Specific Duties:
  • Provide effective, safe care to any patient transported.
  • Provide nursing care from the initial contact until patient care is relinquished to the accepting medical facility.
  • Attend required staff and educational meetings.
  • Perform duties on the Critical Care Unit in disastrous or mass critical transports.
  • Maintain certifications and licenses as mandated by the position.
  • Complies with all Federal, State and Local Rules and Regulations
  • Maintain positive communication effectively while interfacing with fellow employees, patients, referring hospitals, EMS representatives and the community at large.
  • Uphold and adhere to all policies and procedures.
  • Knowledgeable in use and routine maintenance of all equipment and supplies used by Maricopa Ambulance
  • Responsible for reporting medical equipment failure and taking initial steps to insure repair of equipment as directed. Maintains adequate supplies on-board aircraft to deliver patient care.
  • Performs advanced skills and procedures as approved by the Medical Director.
  • Serves as a role model, educator, and clinical resource.
  • Participates in continuing and outreach education programs.
  • Participates in quality improvement activities as assigned.
  • Undertakes and maintains projects as assigned.
  • Maintain a clean and operational environment.
  • Other duties as assigned.
  • Communicate with RN and or MD from transferring facilities.
  • Have sufficient knowledge of ambulance operations, standard ALS protocols in order to streamline patient care between Medic and RN on transports.
  • Continuous MICU and Cardiac Arrest chart review.
  • Maintain inventory and compliance logs for all RN level drugs and Narcotics.
  • Responsible for stocking and re-filling all Registered Nurse (RN) level drug boxes/ bags and drug boxes/ bags after use.
  • Performs other duties as directed by management.
     
Apply now
Position:  Paramedic Supervisor
Operation Location:  Scottsdale 911
Company:  Maricopa Ambulance
Posting closes on Sunday, October 23, 2020
 
Definition:
  • Responsible for recruiting, screening, hiring and orienting all field staff.
  • Responsible for evaluating, coaching and disciplining all field staff.
  • Responsible for developing and staffing master schedule, including call in/fill in.
  • Responsible for tracking and monitoring payroll discrepancies per company policy.
  • Receives and resolves any field crew questions, concerns or issues regarding pay, benefits or other personnel issues.
  • Directs and leads support staff in inventorying, ordering, receiving, stocking and issuing medical, office and shop equipment and supplies.
  • Directs and leads outside vendors, fleet maintenance staff and support staff in preforming preventive maintenance, repairs, cleaning and inspecting all fleet vehicles.
  • Ensures that all field staff maintain appropriate certification and licensure for their position.
  • Ensures that all field staff maintain a high level of customer service when dealing with patients, patient families, co-responders, other healthcare providers and the general public.
  • Assists Medical Director, quality improvement and billing support staff in evaluation, training and follow up with field crews in protocol compliance and field documentation.
  • Assists Director of Operations in ensuring that all operations are in full compliance with all local, state and federal regulations regarding the ordering, storage, use and record keeping of controlled substances.
  • Assists Director of Operations in ensuring that operations are in full compliance with all local, state and federal contracts, regulations and ordinances.
  • Performs other duties related to management and administrative functions as directed.
  • Responsible for all step 1 grievances as defined by the current CBA
 
Minimum Requirements:
  • All Paramedic requirements.
  • All Paramedic Field Supervisor requirements (Must be currently certified as a paramedic in Arizona.)
  • Must have the ability function as a leader evaluating, coaching, training and directing field staff.
 
Physical Requirements:
  • The ability to reach, push and pull.
  • The ability to sit or stand for long periods of time.
  • The ability to bend, stoop, squat and kneel for long periods of time.
  • The ability to walk up and down stairs without difficulty.
  • The ability to lift and maneuver 150 pounds without difficulty.
  • The ability to lift and maneuver 150 pounds up and down two flights of stairs without difficulty.
  • The ability to walk a distance of one quarter of a mile without difficulty.
  • The ability to complete all job duties during any and all hours of the day and night.
 
Reports To:
  • Director of Operations in Scottsdale..
  • Medical Director – Medical Control on all patient care, protocol and clinical quality activities.
 
Specific Duties:
  • Demonstrates complete knowledge, understanding and compliance of company policies and procedures.
  • Directs and supervises field crews to ensure that ambulance and all equipment is ready for use at the beginning of each shift and after every call.
  • Directs and supervises field crews to ensure security of buildings, vehicles, equipment, medications and all other company property.
  • Performs daily inspections of base and/or station for cleanliness. Directs and supervises field crews to perform appropriate housekeeping duties.
  • Responsible for recruiting, screening, hiring and orienting all field staff.
  • Responsible for evaluating, coaching and disciplining all field staff.
  • Responsible for developing and staffing master schedule, including call in/fill in.
  • Responsible for tracking, monitoring and submitting payroll per company policy.
  • Receives and resolves any field crew questions, concerns or issues regarding pay, benefits or other personnel issues.
  • Directs and leads support staff in inventorying, ordering, receiving, stocking and issuing medical, office and shop equipment and supplies.
  • Directs and leads outside vendors, fleet maintenance staff and support staff in preforming preventive maintenance, repairs, cleaning and inspecting all fleet vehicles.
  • Ensures that all field staff maintain appropriate certification and licensure for their position.
  • Ensures that all field staff maintain a high level of customer service when dealing with patients, patient families, co-responders, other healthcare providers and the general public.
  • Assists Vice President of Operations in ensuring that all operations are in full compliance with all local, state and federal regulations regarding the ordering, storage, use and record keeping of controlled substances.
  • Assists Medical Director, quality improvement and billing support staff in evaluation, training and follow up with field crews in protocol compliance and field documentation.
  • Assists Vice President of Operations in ensuring that operation is in compliance with all local, state and federal regulations and ordinances.
  • Maintains security and privacy of all company and patient information at all times in accordance HIPPA and all other local, state and federal regulations.
  • When necessary and appropriate, acts as a team leader in dealing with emergency and non-emergency situations, directing and supervising other members of the emergency medical care team.
  • Performs duties related to public relations and community education programs sponsored by company.
  • Accepts responsibility for recertification as an EMT and for other required license’s and certifications as required by company, local, regional, and state policies, regulations or laws.
  • Supported by Field Supervisors and other support staff handles administrative tasks such as dealing with vehicle breakdowns, vehicle accidents, employee injuries, patient injuries, supply requests, general housekeeping activities, etc.
  • Addresses field crews questions, concerns or issues regarding pay, benefits or other personnel issues.
  • Assists Quality Improvement and Billing support staff in evaluation, training and follow up with field crews in protocol compliance and field documentation.
  • Reports to assigned shifts on time, properly groomed in uniform and on time unless the proper notification has been made. Remains on-duty and in proper uniform until properly relieved.
  • At all times sets an example of professionalism and leadership for others to follow. Places patient care excellence and safety above all else.
  • Performs other duties as directed by management.
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Position:  Paramedic (EMT-P)
Transport Types:  Interfacility and 911
Company:  Maricopa Ambulance
Locations:  Phoenix, Arizona
(areas include Phoenix area including Glendale, Goodyear, Surprise, Arizona) 
 
Maricopa Ambulance is seeking paramedics to serve our growing operations serving hospitals, medical facilities and communities in Maricopa County.
 
Sign on Bonus available.  New hire wage scale is based on prior EMS experience and shifts worked.
 
Now is the time to join the Valley's fastest-growing ambulance service! Through new contracts and expansions, Maricopa Ambulance has grown more by more than 30 percent in the first quarter. We now provide 911 service to more than 710,000 residents in Maricopa County in the cities of Scottsdale, Glendale, Surprise and Goodyear, as well as provide interfacility transport to some of the area's largest health care providers.
 
We are a company on the move and the best place to work and grow your career in the Valley. We're seeking EMS professionals who share our mission of exceptional patient care and customer service delivery to join with us as we continue to expand our service.
 
Jobs duties include but are not limited to: Responds to emergency scenes to provide emergency medical care and transportation. Responds to hospitals, nursing homes and other locations to provide non-emergency medical care and transportation.

Provides medical care and monitoring at the scene, en route to the hospital and during transportation to, from and/or between facilities.
  • Must possess a high degree of personal integrity and responsibility.
  • Currently licensed as an EMT-Paramedic in the desired location or eligible for reciprocity.
  • Currently certified in CPR by the AHA or other appropriate organization.
  • Currently licensed with the appropriate level of state motor vehicle operator’s license.
  • Must pass background check and drug screen.
  • Currently has a clean driving record as approved by company vehicle liability insurer.
  • The ability to reach, push and pull.
  • The ability to sit or stand for long periods of time.
  • The ability to bend, stoop, squat and kneel for long periods of time.
  • The ability to walk up and down stairs without difficulty.
  • The ability to lift and maneuver 150 pounds without difficulty.
  • The ability to lift and maneuver 150 pounds up and down two flights of stairs without difficulty.
  • The ability to walk a distance of one quarter of a mile without difficulty.
  • The ability to complete all job duties during any and all hours of the day and night.
 
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Position:  EMT
Transports include:  Interfacility and 911 positions
Company:  Maricopa Ambulance
Locations:  Phoenix, Glendale, Goodyear, Surprise areas
 
Maricopa Ambulance is hiring EMTs and paramedics for multiple positions serving the new Maricopa County 9-1-1 and interfacility contracts in 2019. Maricopa Ambulance was selected to provide 9-1-1 ambulance response to the City of Goodyear in February 2019 and has been identified as the highest-scoring bidder in the competitive process to serve the City of Glendale beginning in the first quarter. In early 2019, Maricopa Ambulance began serving HonorHealth as the ambulance services provider to the integrated health system of five hospitals and multiple medical facilities in Phoenix and Scottsdale. 
 
Maricopa Ambulance is now accepting applications for these 2019 contract expansions, as well as to serve its existing interfacility business in Phoenix and 9-1-1 contracts with the cities of Scottsdale and Surprise. Join the Valley's fastest-growing ambulance service to grow your career in EMS.

Job duties include but are not limited to: Responds to emergency scenes to provide emergency medical care and transportation. Responds to hospitals, nursing homes and other locations to provide non-emergency medical care and transportation.

Provides medical care and monitoring at the scene, en route to the hospital and during transportation to, from and/or between facilities.

  • Must possess a high degree of personal integrity and responsibility.
  • Currently licensed as EMT or EMT-Paramedic in the desired location or eligible for reciprocity.
  • Currently certified in CPR by the AHA or other appropriate organization.
  • Currently licensed with the appropriate level of state motor vehicle operator’s license.
  • Must pass background check and drug screen.
  • Currently has a clean driving record as approved by company vehicle liability insurer.
  • The ability to reach, push and pull.
  • The ability to sit or stand for long periods of time.
  • The ability to bend, stoop, squat and kneel for long periods of time.
  • The ability to walk up and down stairs without difficulty.
  • The ability to lift and maneuver 150 pounds without difficulty.
  • The ability to lift and maneuver 150 pounds up and down two flights of stairs without difficulty.
  • The ability to walk a distance of one quarter of a mile without difficulty.
  • The ability to complete all job duties during any and all hours of the day and night.
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EDUCATION

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LEADERSHIP FOUNDATION

The Priority Ambulance family of companies values EMS leadership and recognizes that commitment through the Priority Ambulance Leadership Foundation. The Foundation has developed a unique and distinctive path for career advancement to promising EMS leaders of the future. The year-long EMS Leadership of Tomorrow program offers educational and mentoring opportunities to qualified professionals in and outside of the EMS industry. Hands-on coursework is taught during weeklong sessions hosted quarterly at various locations throughout the country.

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MILITARY HIRING

The Priority Ambulance family of companies values and recognizes the dedication of military veterans and seeks to create opportunities for qualified team members. Transitioning from the military to a civilian career is a time of great change for our service members. We offer professional EMS tracks and training that draw upon prior experience and job skills and help former military members as they advance in their new careers.

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