Positions: Paramedic & Emergency Medical Technician (part-time; contractual) Work is carried out under stressful conditions and must be performed to protocols established by the Maryland Institute for Emergency Services Systems governing EMT-Paramedics.
The starting salary for a Montgomery County paramedic is $41,673, a few thousand dollars less than in the District and Fairfax and Prince William counties. However, that figure doesn't include bonuses for paramedic
SALARY: $36,280-$57,567 (Grade 14) CLOSING DATE: October 15, 2008 LOCATION: Maryland Institute for Emergency Medical Services Systems (MIEMSS), 653 W. Pratt Street, Baltimore, MD 21201 POSITION DUTIES: A certified Emergency Medical-Technician Paramedic. Notes:
GED and certification as a Nationally Registered EMT and/or Maryland EMT-B Certificate; preferred: minimum one (1) year documented experience as a certified EMT. Certifications Salary will be at the base of the position: $43,665. Paramedic:
The curriculum, Emergency Medical Technician-Basic: National Standard Curriculum, is the cornerstone of EMS prehospital training. In addition, the new curriculum parallels the recommendations of the National EMS Education and Practice Blueprint.
The average salary of EMT-Paramedics in many regions, for example, was above the national average determined by the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics. However, regional dif-ferences in average salaries were apparent when the salary
Career Overview Florida Emergency Medical Technician and Paramedic Emergency Medical Technician An EMT is an individual trained and certified to perform basic life support treatment in medical
STATE OF FLORIDA BROWARD COUNTY, Petitioner/Appellant, V. KEITH FINLAYSON, -et – al., (EMT's) employed by the County. jury rendered a special verdict holding that the annual salary received by EMT's constituted payment for only forty (40) hours per
One source, www.rescuehouse.com, reports average Florida paramedic/EMT salary as $12.63/hour, while the Florida Bureau of EMS estimates average rural Florida paramedic/EMT salary of $6.50/hour—nearly half of Florida’s average.