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  • 05/20/2019 8:56 AM | Mary Napier (Administrator)

    The Missouri State High School Activities Association is currently recruiting Law Enforcement, firefighters, and EMS personnel to the avocation of Sports Officiating.  In addition to the financial rewards, there is a great opportunity to be engaged in activities that are community oriented. 

    Please watch the Officiating Video, which will provide proof of the efforts that are being made, along with the ability of our Officials to make things better for our communities. 

    If you are interested, visit mshsaa.org and visit the officials tab for more information.

  • 05/01/2019 2:22 PM | Mary Napier (Administrator)
    Saint Louis, MO
    • Responsible for all aspects of emergency and non-emergency care in the pre-hospital environment. Works under on-line and off-line medical control providing all levels of care.

    See complete description and apply online here.


  • 04/04/2019 3:02 PM | Mary Napier (Administrator)

    Location: Hollister, MO
    Categories: Full-Time Faculty, Academic Affairs, Allied Health, Faculty

    Department:  Allied Health

    Salary Range:  Faculty Salary Classification Chart                                                         

    FLSA:  Exempt 

    Immediate Supervisor:  Paramedic/Emergency Medical Services Program Director

    Schedule Details:  Full-time/11 month position/PSRS 

    Position Summary

    The Instructor will be responsible for the instruction and management of assigned classes and will maintain professionalism within their specialized field, including currency and required certifications.  Other major responsibilities include participating on department and college-wide committees and assignments. This position is responsible for 15 – 25 instructional contact hours in a normal work week. The Instructor is allowed to teach two classes for overload per semester. Over two classes for overload is rare and requires approval of Dean and Provost. 

    Learn more and apply here.

  • 03/21/2019 11:05 AM | Mary Napier (Administrator)

    Higginsville EMS is seeking a full time Paramedic.  Higginsville EMS is a small but dynamic rural service with a diverse work force and progressive protocols.   The service offers competitive wages, quality benefits, and a 48/96 hour shift.   Applications can be requested by emailing Director Matthew Cushman at emsdir@ctcis.net or by calling 660 584 3832.  Applications can also be found at our station, 211 West 19th Street, Higginsville, MO 64037.  

    Application cutoff date is 4/17/19.


  • 02/14/2019 9:22 PM | Mary Napier (Administrator)

    The Instructor will be responsible for the instruction and management of assigned classes and will maintain professionalism within their specialized field, including currency and required certifications.  This position will coordinate their course load with the lead instructor. The Instructor may work up to 19.5 hours per week. Hours are not guaranteed.

    For details on this job, click here.

  • 02/14/2019 9:18 PM | Mary Napier (Administrator)

    The Lake Ozark Fire Protection District is seeking Firefighter/Paramedic candidates to take part in our employment testing process on 03/23/19 in Camdenton, Missouri.  This process will create an eligibility list for 1 year.  We currently have 3- Firefighter/Paramedic openings initially to be filled from this process.  Complete employment details are located at the following link http://lofpd.com/pdfs/TSRFA_Application_Packet_2019.pdf

    Please feel free to contact the District offices if you have any questions at 573-365-3380.

    See the full job description here.

    The Lake Ozark Fire Protection District is located in central Missouri. The district is comprised of suburban/rural area and has a resident full-time population around 7,000 residents. During the summer months in season, the population of the district can swell to over 60,000 people with the influx of tourists.

    The Fire District is a full-service Advanced Life Support Fire/Rescue agency operating out of 3 stations and a training center.   The District maintains a fleet of apparatus that includes ambulances, engines, ladders, tankers, heavy rescue, brush trucks, fire/rescue boats, and support vehicles. Our firefighters are represented by the International Association of Fire Fighters Local 3987.

    The district’s primary response area is 42 square miles with 17 miles of lakefront waterway and 5 miles of the Osage river.   In 2018, the fire district responded to over 1300 calls for service. Our incident responses include EMS, Fires, Auto Accidents, Boating Accidents, Technical Rescue and Haz Mat incidents.   We face numerous response challenges that are unique to our jurisdiction. Our waterfront properties are well developed with many structures, both residential and commercial. Many of our hotels and resorts present unique response challenges. 

    We have automatic and mutual aid agreements with twelve (12) neighboring fire districts and four (4) EMS services. This increases our mutual aid response area to 1,247 miles and a population of 80,000. Like our district, the surrounding districts total population can grow from 80,000 to over 200,000 in the summer.

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