EMT Career Wages

What are the requirements to be an EMT? In 2007, the IAEP negotiated a new contract with Twin City. Under the terms of the contract, starting wages for employees with EMT-Basic training ranges from $27,000 to $28,900 annually. Career Guide to Industries, 2010-2011 Edition.

EMERGENCY MEDICAL TECHNICIAN/PARAMEDIC In addition to courses required for high school graduation, essential skills and knowledge needed for a career as an emergency medical technician (**) upper 25% percentile of wages. National and State Employment Trends. Emergency Medical

The Volunteer Firefighter/Emergency Medical Technician (Volunteer FF/EMT) serves the • Assist career staff in performing protective inspections of structures and businesses in the community for fire hazards and pre-incident surveys for

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There are basically three levels of professional (career) EMTs. 1- EMT- Basic —approximately 169 hours of classroom training, practical skills, and a State written and practical examination. The EMT can drive the ambulance, administer first

Firefighter/ Emergency Medical Technician MASON VALLEY FIRE PROTECTION DISTRICT FIREFIGHTER/EMT APPLICATION AND TESTING PROCESS INFORMATION BOOK GENERAL OVERVIEW Thank you for your interest in a Firefighter/EMT career with the Mason Valley Fire Protection District. If selected, you will

Firefighter/ Emergency Medical Technician MASON VALLEY FIRE PROTECTION DISTRICT FIREFIGHTER/EMT APPLICATION AND TESTING PROCESS INFORMATION BOOK GENERAL OVERVIEW Thank you for your interest in a Firefighter/EMT career with the Mason Valley Fire Protection District. If selected, you will

EMT'S & PARAMEDICS FIRE PROTECTION INSPECTOR WAGES: Base Salary: $43,074, after five years $99, 104. MUST BRING RESUME & I.D. CDO Workforce 2004 Career Expo & Job Fair Author: USDTRC Created Date: 1/28/2014 3:19:14 PM

California Occupational Employment Projections 2011-2013 August 22, 2012 2 Of the top 10 fastest growing occupations, seven pay median wages of more than $30 an hour.

Firefighter/EMT and Firefighter/Paramedic Lateral Entry and Entry Level The District is a combination career/volunteer department with a total of 63 career SALARY & BENEFITS: Firefighter: $49,878 to $71,254 annually (2012 wages). Firefighter/Paramedic: $57,003 to $78,379

Must possess a minimum of Colorado EMT‐B or EMT‐P. Must possess Intravenous (IV) Certification (EMT‐B – Career only) Must • Highly competitive wages • FPPA Pension (Career & Volunteer)

Of employment for career firefighters; not a condition of employment for POC or POP firefighters, but it is highly encouraged. The City will pay wages for hours spent in training, up to a