The Wanamassa First Aid Squad is seeking resumes from qualified applicants for per diem EMT positions
Certified NJ Dept. of Health Emergency Medical Technician (EMT)
with a minimum of 3 years experience
AHA Basic Healthcare Life Provider CPR certified
Valid NJ Driver's License
CEVO Certified Emergency Vehicle Operator training OR EVOC Emergency Vehicle Operations Course
Age 21 or over
High School diploma or equivalency
Minimum ICS 100
Must be a U. S. citizen
Must be in good physical condition
Must be able to pass a medical examination
Must be able to pass a criminal background check
Send resume and/or questions to: email@example.com
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The Wanamassa First Aid Squad is seeking resumes from qualified applicants for per diem EMT positions Requirements:Certified NJ Dept. of Health Emergency Medical Technician (EMT) with a minimum of 3 years experienceAHA Basic Healthcare Life Provider CPR certifiedValid NJ Driver's LicenseCEVO Certified Emergency Vehicle Operator training OR EVOC Emergency Vehicle Operations CourseAge 21 or overHigh School diploma or equivalencyMinimum ICS 100Must be a U. S. citize...
From “The Coaster” newspaper On November 19, 2020, EMS Supervisor Brad Levitzki and EMT Michal Kalisz of the Wanmassa First Squad visited Girl Scout Brownie Troop 60237 to educate the girls in first aid. After their talk, demonstrations and a tour of their ambulance, the two first responders handed out supplies to each Girl Scout to create their very own first aid kits. The two squad members explained how to use each of the supplies in their individual kits. The girl...
From RWJ Barbnabas Health at rwjh.org October 23, 2020LONG BRANCH, NJ, October 23, 2020 − Monmouth Medical Center (MMC) Explorer Post #175 learned about basic field trauma assessments performed by EMT’s, as well as basic and advanced life support, during a special program held in an outdoor area of the hospital on October 22.Members of the Wanamassa First Aid Squad led the information session, which included an ambulance staging area and a discussion of the gear carried on the r...
The Wanamassa First Aid Squad began serving the Township of Ocean’s sick and injured in 1928. Volunteers manned our ambulances for response 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, and 365 days a year. This was a savings to the tax payers of millions of dollars over those 85 years.Seven years ago (March 2012), paid EMT’s had to be hired to cover the daytime hours from 6am to 6pm as volunteers grew scarce, due demands on time, increase in training requirements, and time availa...
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