Volunteer:

 Ross/West View EMSA has a place for you!  Like all volunteer or combination departments, Ross/West View EMSA is constantly in search of volunteers to assist in the successful delivery of public safety to the communities it serves.  While the transition from “all volunteer” to combination paid/volunteer has been smooth, the lack of volunteers has taken its toll on the Ross/West View EMSA budget.  At one point many years ago, R/WV was a predominately volunteer organization supplemented by paid staff.  Today, R/WV is predominately paid and supplemented by volunteers.

The task of the volunteer varies depending on a combination of physical ability, interest and training.  Folks who would like to and who are able to help, but have limited training, are useful in many areas including but not limited to, reception, billing, accounting, etc.  Volunteers who are trained or training to be in EMS are clearly useful in the ambulance arena.  On the Job Training is provided by our experienced EMT’s and Paramedics to provide direction to new members.

 

Employment:

Ross/West View EMSA is an equal opportunity employer in accordance with all Pennsylvania and federal regulations.  Candidates who meet the required job performance requirements will be afforded the opportunity to participate in any posted employment process.  Employees are required to:

1.    Have one year of documented EMS experience

2.     Posses a valid Pennsylvania Drivers License

3.     Be certified as an EMT or Paramedic in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania

4.     Be current in CPR, ACLS, PALS, ITLS

5.    Be certified in Basic Vehicle Rescue

6.    Must have successfully completed an Emergency Vehicle Operators Course

 

 The Process:

1.     Application/Resume review

2.      Written Exam (Basic provider)

3.      Practical Exam (level specific)
ALS (medical assesement & trauma assesement)
www.nremt.org/nremt/about/psychomotor_exam_advanced.asp
BLS (medical assesement & trauma assesement)
www.nremt.org/nremt/about/psychomotor_exam_emt.asp

4.     Interview

5.      Drug screening

6.      Agility testing

7.      Medical clearance evaluation

8.      On the Job Training for not less than one week

Job Description

Application(volunteer & career)



We proudly offer Vial of Life decals to our community for free. We feel that the Vial of Life Project is a most important program for protecting seniors and others in need. We would like to thank American Senior Safety Medical Alert Systems for donating these kits to our organization.

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