Become a paramedic with ACT Ambulance Service and help provide emergency and non-emergency ambulance services to the ACT community.
In providing emergency ambulance services, the service includes at least one intensive care paramedic (ICP) on every emergency ambulance. This is the highest level of pre-hospital clinical care provided by any ambulance service in Australia. Non-emergency ambulance services are provided by ICP and Patient Transport Service resources. Patient Transport Service crews undertake routine ambulance transport of patients to, from and between hospitals and other medical facilities.
ACTAS also provides ICPs to, and conducts the day-to-day management of, the Snowy Hydro SouthCare helicopter. Snowy Hydro SouthCare is a joint initiative of the governments of New South Wales and the ACT, and provides aeromedical rescue and retrieval services to the ACT and south-eastern New South Wales.
To get in touch with the ACT Ambulance Services, please visit the ACT Ambulance Services website.
The ACT Ambulance Services currently employs professionals for the following position, be sure to click the links to get to know what it takes to be a part of each department.
Jobs with the ACT Ambulance Service (ACTAS) will be posted on the ACT Government job website. To ensure a successful application, you must follow the steps below.
Good applications make a positive impression and can lead to an interview. Don’t apply just for the sake of it. Select the right job and prepare a strong (and accurate) application highlighting your skills, experience and abilities, and how they meet the requirements of the job. Your application will be assessed on the basis of merit.
It is important to provide all the information specified in the application kit. This may include some or all of the following:
You may be asked if you are an Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander, from a non-English speaking background or have a disability. It is not compulsory to provide this information. However, by doing so you will assist the APS in providing a fair and equitable selection process and monitoring our commitment to overcoming possible employment-related disadvantage.
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Below are some of the important links that you will need to understand ACT Ambulance Service, obtain a successful career and general information about health and safety.