Why American Ambulance
Forward Thinking Family
Paid Time Off
• Cash Payments for Employee Referrals
• Shift Differentials
• Tuition Reimbursement
• Free Flu Shots
• Uniform Allowance
• EMS Appreciation Week
• National Telecommunicators Week
• Team Member of the Month Awards
• Team Member of the Year Award
• Star of Life
• Peer Recognition
• Great Idea Program
Diverse Service Areas
We offer a unique combination of the experience a large diverse service area provides with the benefits of a personable family-run organization. We are large enough to give you diverse experiences… small enough to know your name.
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
What types of services do you offer?
We offer both BLS (Basic Life Support) and ALS (Advanced Life Support) services to our community. Our resources respond to both non-emergency, scheduled facility transports as well as 911 emergencies. Please see our “Services” tab for more information.
What areas do you cover?
We provide BLS and ALS level care to the city of Norwich, BLS level care for the cities of Griswold and Ledyard, as well as ALS and first responder level care for Mashantucket Pequot Tribal Nation/Foxwoods. We also provide ALS intercept resources to all NECCOG member towns.
Are you hiring?
Yes! We are always looking for dedicated, professional EMTs and Paramedics to join our team. To apply for full-time and part-time positions, please visit our Careers page.
What kind of benefits do you offer?
We offer eligible team members multiple benefits including Major Medical, Health Savings Accounts, Dental, Vision, Life Insurance, Short Term Disability, Flexible Spending Accounts, Telemedicine, 401(k) with company match, Paid Time Off, and much more!
What certifications do I need to join your team?
All of our EMT candidates must have a valid CT EMT certification, AHA CPR certification, NIMS 100 and 700, and a current Driver’s License. Our Paramedic applicants need to have a valid CT Paramedic license, AHA CPR certification, NIMS 100 and 700, PALS, ACLS, and PHTLS certifications. Additionally, a clean driving record is highly preferred.
What kind of shifts do you offer?
As a 24/7 organization, we offer a variety of shifts. A large majority of our shifts are 12 hours in length, but we also have 8, 10, and the occasionally 16-hour shifts. Our shifts start and end at various hours of both day and night to ensure proper coverage of all of our service areas.
I’m looking to start a career in the health-care field. Is EMS right for me?
It certainly could be! Many of our team members use their EMS experience with us to advance in their medical careers to become doctors, nurses, respiratory therapists, physicians assistants, and much more.
This all sounds great! But I don’t have my EMT certification yet. How do I become an EMT?
To become an EMT, you need to attend an EMT course and pass the National Registry examination process. Our sister company, American Professional Educational Services, offers a state-approved EMT course with some of the highest pass rates in CT and RI. Visit their website to learn more https://americanprotraining.com/.
American Ambulance Service, Inc. is an Equal Opportunity Employer/Affirmative Action Employer. Employment is based solely upon one’s individual merit and qualifications directly related to professional competence. We do not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, national origin, veteran status, ancestry, pregnancy status, sex, age, marital status, disability, medical condition, sexual orientation, gender identity or any other characteristics protected by law. We will make reasonable accommodation to meet our obligations under the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and state disability laws.
If you are an individual with a disability who needs accommodation or you are having difficulty using our website to apply for employment, please contact Human Resources at 860.886.1463.
IN THE EVENT OF AN EMERGENCY
ALWAYS REMEMBER TO DIAL 911
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