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  • 11/10/2017 2:40 PM | Rande McCrary (Administrator)

     Firefighter EMT-Entry Level

    Sni Valley Fire Protection District is accepting applications for entry level Firefighter-EMT.  Sni Valley will be hiring a total of nine (9) Firefighters in the first quarter of 2018.  Anticipated start date for the first group will be
    February 5, 2018.


    A four-step pay program starting at $40,238.80 - $43,992.40 annually, plus educational incentives, paid health insurance, and a full benefits package.

    Sni Valley District
    Oak Grove, MO

    Job Type:
    Full-Time; Continuous recruitment; first review conducted December 31 with interviews anticipated mid-January.

    Performs general duty firefighting work in the preventing, combating, and extinguishing of fires, and transport advanced life support emergency medical service functions, and other duties as assigned.

    Minimum Qualifications (Must be met prior to interview):
    High School diploma or GED, Missouri licensed EMT-B; possess or able to obtain a Missouri Driver’s license; Firefighter I & II certification, Haz-Mat Awareness and Operations level.  Passing certificate for CPAT and FSEE within last 18 months.

    All candidates must pass an entry level physical, drug screen, and background check prior to final offer of employment. More information about the District, and downloadable application may be found at www.snivalleyfire.org.

    Please note these positions are grant funded for a period of three (3) years, with District intent to retain all nine (9) positions upon expiration of the grant.

    Submit applications to:

    Laci Harris, Administrative Assistant

    Sni Valley Fire Protection District

    PO Box 589

    Oak Grove, MO 64075-0589


    816-690-6191 Fax


  • 11/03/2017 12:49 AM | Rande McCrary (Administrator)

    Job title: Adjunct Instructor, Paramedicine    
    School of Science
    FLSA Status: Exempt         
    Evaluation group: Adjunct Instructor
    Reports to: Paramedicine Program Director       

    Application requirements:
    Documents required as attachments to your application.
    ·         Resume/CV
    ·         Cover letter​
    ·         Statement of Teaching Philosophy
    ·         Paramedic License
    ·         Unofficial Transcripts
    ·         Three Letters of Recommendation​​

    The Department of Paramedicine at Lindenwood University invites applications for an Adjunct Instructor of Paramedicine.  The adjunct instructor position is responsible for teaching assigned paramedicine courses.  The ideal candidate will demonstrate proven experience as a paramedic practitioner, excellence in undergraduate paramedic education, a track record of student success, and subject matter expertise within the profession. 

    Required Qualifications – Required qualifications to effectively perform the job.  An equivalent combination of education, training, and experience will be considered.  (Additional requirements may be designated by position.)
    ·         Master of Science in Paramedicine or related discipline is preferred.  Candidates with a Bachelor’s of Science in Paramedicine or related field with a significant experience and subject matter expertise will also be considered.
    ·         Current Missouri state paramedic license or ability to obtain within six months.
    ·         Successful completion of an instructor training program that meets or exceeds the United States Department of Transportation EMS Instructor Curriculum or capable of meeting the EMS instructor qualification as defined by the Missouri Bureau of Emergency Medical Services.
    ·         Two years full-time experience as a licensed paramedic in a field or hospital setting. Three years if Bachelor’s prepared.
    ·         Documentation of instructor experience in ACLS, AMLS, PHTLS, or PALS is preferred.
    ·   Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities – May be representative, but not all-inclusive, of those knowledge, skills, and abilities commonly associated with this position.
    ·         Excellent written and verbal communication skills.
    ·         Ability to think critically and solve problems independently.
    ·         Ability to be organized and work on multiple tasks simultaneously.
    ·         Working knowledge of Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Canvas, CAMS and Platinum Planner
    ·         Experience with online/distance learning platforms and instruction.

    How to Apply:
    All applicants must submit an online application, resume/cv, and cover letter through Lindenwood University's career opportunities website. Please follow the link below to apply:

    Lindenwood University is an equal opportunity employer.

  • 11/01/2017 10:58 AM | Rande McCrary (Administrator)

    Sullivan County Ambulance District


    Position Title: Paramedic

    Position Type(s): Full Time and PRN


    Job Description:

    ·         Provides Advanced Life Support and Basic Life Support emergency medical care, patient assessment, patient care and transport services


    Job Requirements:

    ·         Must maintain valid, current MO Paramedic License

    ·         Must maintain BLS, ACLS, PALS certifications

    ·         Current and valid MO Driver’s License

    ·         Additional Requirements:

                                     I.            Meet the qualifications of an Emergency Medical Technician-Paramedic

                                   II.            No criminal record


    Benefit Information:

    ·         PRN:

                                     I.            NO benefits for PRN employees

    ·         Full Time:

                                     I.            100% paid employee health insurance and 66% paid for dependents; includes dental and vision

                                   II.            Retirement plan

                                 III.            Holiday pay

                                IV.            Guaranteed overtime

                                  V.            Paid vacation and sick time

                                VI.            2 paid personal days per year


    Contact Information:

    ·         Matt Keuhn, Administrator
    113 South Leewood Drive #1
    Milan, Missouri  63556
    Phone: (660)265-3553
    Fax: (660)265-3651

  • 10/31/2017 3:41 PM | Rande McCrary (Administrator)


    Bates County Memorial Hospital located approx. 60 miles south of Kansas City on 49/71 Hwy has full-time position for Paramedic.

    Usually scheduled for 24 hour shifts with sleep room provided. Salary range $52,000 - $70,000 annual, depending on qualifications and experience. We offer excellent benefits, including retirement match up to 5%.

    As a hospital-based ambulance service, our paramedics perform rescue operations and advanced life support services, as well as assisting ED physicians and nursing staff in the emergency department.

    Applications are available on our website at www.bcmhospital.com, or you may contact the ED Director at 660-200-7119. You may print and mail application to Bates County Memorial Hospital, Human Resources Department, P. O. Box 370, 615 W. Nursery Street, Butler, MO 64730 or FAX to 660-200-7004. 


  • 10/30/2017 11:56 AM | Rande McCrary (Administrator)

    Excelsior Springs Fire Department is accepting applications for two Full-time 40-hour/week Paramedics to staff a daytime (0800-1700 hrs.) ACLS ambulance, Monday-Friday 

    JOB DESCRIPTION Under general supervision, responds to fire alarms and other emergency calls to protect life and property; drives and operates ambulances and similar fire and reserve vehicles; participates in fire prevention, station maintenance, and training activities; performs advanced life support services and renders medical treatment in emergency situations.Receives calls and notifies personnel; drives equipment in responding to emergency calls in the suppression of fire, including medical rescue assignments; performs entry, ventilation, and salvage work; performs preventative maintenance and operates equipment; assists in the suppression of fire and in the protection of life and property; performs rescue operations and administers advanced first aid and advanced life support services and cares for the ill or injured on the scene and in transit; directs other persons on medical responses; restocks ambulance supplies and checks equipment; cleans, tests, and maintains emergency equipment in the state of readiness; makes final inspections; performs clean-up, rehab; prepares reports; assists with fire inspections responds to emergency calls; participates in direct, continual, and instructional training programs by individual study of technical material and attendance at scheduled drills and classes; responds to major alarms while off duty. Performs emergency medical tasks such as, but not limited to, lifting up to 100 pounds without assistance, pulling and carrying heavy objects 50 lbs. or more from distances more than 50 feet; performs rescue and rehab work equivalent to pushing up to 60 lbs. and pulling 80 lbs., which may include dragging and carrying victims ranging from newborns to adults weighing over 200 pounds to safety, despite hazardous conditions and low visibility; conducts inventories, orders supplies, checks water flows; prepares and reviews records and reports; participates in arson and other investigations; attends meetings and drills; performs general upkeep of the station and grounds; can determine placement of apparatus at emergency scenes; assists with maintaining ambulance licenses, records, and communication to the Fire Chief; assumes responsibilities for the emergency medical services, training, maintenance, or other responsibilities as assigned by the Fire Chief, Deputy Chief, Assistant Chief, or Captain; performs other related duties.

    QUALIFICATIONS Knowledge of elementary physics, chemistry, and mechanics; first aid and medical principles and techniques; ability to meet standards as to age, height, weight, and physical conditions established by the appointing authorities; ability to operate and maintain EMS, fire and rescue equipment; ability to understand and follow oral and written directions; ability to render effective paramedic services; ability to keep simple records and prepare reports; mechanical aptitude; physical endurance and agility; ability to maintain acceptable cooperative relationships and communication with superiors, employees, and the public.

    EDUCATION, TRAINING, AND EXPERIENCE A minimum of a high school diploma, or equivalent, possession of a valid motor vehicle operator’s license; licensed as a Paramedic (must maintain CPR, ACLS & PALS) in the State of Missouri;  certification as a Firefighter I & II, Hazardous Materials: Operations, is preferred but not required.

    Salary range ($33,049-37,759 annual) dependent on qualifications; plus excellent benefit package. The City of Excelsior Springs is an E.O.E. 
    Applications are available on the City of Excelsior Springs website at www.cityofesmo.com/humanresources.html, or you can obtain at city hall or at our fire station.

    Please submit application, resume, professional references and supporting certifications to: City of Excelsior Springs, ATTN: Human Resources-Paramedic Applicant, 201 E. Broadway, Excelsior Springs, MO 64024

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