Ambulance Drivers and Attendants (Except Emergency Medical Technicians)

Recently posted ambulance driver jobs

  • AMBULANCE DISPATCHER - County of Los Angeles, CA - Los Angeles, CA

    This includes dispatching assignments to ambulance personnel made up of Ambulance Drivers

  • EMTs, Paramedics and Drivers - Mohawk Ambulance Service - Albany, NY

    Email your resume to: Mohawk Ambulance Service is the largest privately-owned ambulance service in upstate New York, providing Basic and Advanced Life Support Services to ...

  • Paramedic Crew Chief - Thorne Ambulance - Myrtle Beach, SC

    Meets all requirements of a Thorne Ambulance Service Paramedic * 5+ years of paramedic experience ... Paramedics must have a motor vehicle record sufficient to gain driver clearance. Resumes are ...

  • Medical Support Technician - Tohono O'odham Nation Healthcare - Tucson, AZ

    ... ambulance drivers , and Tribal transportation when necessary. * Perform patient registration duties. * Interviews patients to obtain pertinent registration information such as patient demographics ...

  • Unit Clerk - Tohono O'odham Nation Healthcare - Sells, AZ

    Responsible for scheduling appointments with outside facilities and coordinating transfer of patients to outside facilities by contacting the EMS dispatcher, the ambulance drivers , when applicable ...

  • Paramedic - North Park Hospital District - Walden, CO

    The District also has an EMS, Volunteer Staff of thirteen, certified EMTs and Ambulance Drivers . The entire EMS Crew operates under the direction and expertise of Medical Director, Dr. Lynnette Telck

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What Ambulance drivers and attendants Do

Drive ambulance or assist ambulance driver in transporting sick, injured, or convalescent persons. Assist in lifting patients.

Ambulance driver and attendant Salaries

  • 2020 employment: 14,200
  • May 2021 median annual wage: $29,120

Job Outlook for Ambulance drivers and attendants

Projected employment change, 2020-30:

  • Number of new jobs: 2,300
  • Growth rate: 16 percent (Much faster than average)

How to Become an Ambulance driver or attendant

Education and training:

  • Typical entry-level education: High school diploma or equivalent
  • Work experience in a related occupation: None
  • Typical on-the-job training: Moderate-term on-the-job training

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