Thread: Baltimore City Paramedic
10-09-2005, 10:25 PM #1
- Join Date
- Jan 2003
Baltimore City Paramedic
Baltimore City Fire Dept.
Lateral Entry Paramedic
$31,516 - $50,331
POSITION: A Paramedic provides emergency medical treatment at the scene of an accident or illness and transports
sick and injured persons to medical facilities.
Employees work rotating shifts.
4 Shifts on / 4 Shifts off
2 10hr days / 2 14hr nights
12 days off every 6th week.
The eligible list may be used to hire persons as vacancies arise.
MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: On or before the date of filing the application, each candidate must:
Have current certification as a Cardiac Rescue Technician (CRT) or as an EMT-P acceptable to the Maryland
Emergency Medical Services Board;
Have a valid Maryland Class C Noncommercial driverís license or an equivalent out-of-state driver's license
acceptable to the Office of Risk Management;
Have graduated from an accredited high school or possess a GED certificate.
NOTE: YOUR CERTIFICATION AND LICENSE MUST BE RECORDED ON YOUR APPLICATION AND WILL
BE VERIFIED BY THE APPOINTING AUTHORITY. PROVISIONAL DRIVERíS LICENSES AND LEARNERíS
PERMITS ARE NOT ACCEPTABLE.
NOTE: Current certification as a Cardiac Rescue Technician (CRT) or as an EMT-P acceptable to the Maryland
Emergency Medical Services Board is required to be held and maintained.
NOTE: A valid Maryland Class C Noncommercial driverís license, or an equivalent out-of-state driverís license
acceptable to the Office of Risk Management is required to be held and maintained.
NOTE: Employees will be required to obtain and retain certification as a Firefighter I and Firefighter II acceptable to
the State of Maryland and the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) within one year of the date of
SELECTION PROCESS: All candidates indicating the minimum qualifications on their applications will be placed
on the eligible list without further examination. The certification, license, training and experience of each candidate will be evaluated for appropriateness and quantity. It is essential, therefore, that you give complete and accurate
information on your application. Vagueness or omission may prevent you from being considered for the position.
Qualified candidates will not be listed in rank order.
10-13-2005, 04:19 PM #2
- Join Date
- Feb 2005
TO whom it may concer
I was woundering I'am an EMT nationaly Registered in Florida. Do you take Florida Cert and if not what and where would I go to get this done
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