Community Care Ambulance Cleveland , OH 44101
Sign on Bonuses available for eligible Fulltime Paramedics and Fulltime EMTs!
Community Care Ambulance provides multi-tiered medical transportation services for Northeastern Ohio, bordering beautiful Lake Erie. CCA is the primary 911 provider for the cities of Ashtabula, Middlefield Township and Village.
Additional stations located in Cleveland, Middlefield, Andover, Munson, Portage County and N. Akron
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Community Care Ambulance (CCA) offers much more than a job. We offer:
-Full Time Sign on Bonus, Referral Bonuses, Attendance Bonuses
Over time Opportunity
Close knit atmosphere
Education support and tuition assistance
Leading in Wages, PTO, and Health Insurance Benefits
All box truck units
Experience & Longevity Pay Increases
State & National Disaster Response teams
Extensive uniform allowances
The EMT-PARAMEDIC is primarily responsible for providing patient care and customer service that meets or exceeds the national Standard of Care for Advanced Life Support personnel and all CCAN standards.
The paramedic is ultimately responsible for all actions of the entire crew.
Must be 18 years of age and possess a high school diploma or GED.
Graduate of an EMT-Paramedic course that meets or exceeds the National Standard Curriculum current standards.
Must possess a valid Ohio state certification for paramedic,
a valid Ohio Drivers License with a clean driving record and;
meet Community Cares insurability requirements.
Also must have a current ACLS card and CPR card.
Must be able to read and write English at the 12th grade level and handwriting must be legible.
Requires bending, twisting, squatting, kneeling, lifting, and other repetitive movements. Must be able to lift onto a stretcher and then carry, with the assistance of a partner, a person weighing not less that 225 pounds. Eyesight must be in compliance with the standards set forth by the O.D.O. T. for day and night driving, and may be corrected with the aid of prescription eyewear. Hearing of low and high frequencies is required and may be corrected with the use of hearing aids.
All emergency medical supplies and equipment within the scope of practice:
Oxygen tanks and regulators, stretchers, splints, backboards, ET tubes, suction, monitor/defibrillator pulse oximeter, IVs and associated supplies, laryngoscope, etc.
Must be able to function independently.