Ambulance Operator

10 Jun 2024

Ambulance Operators are dispatched to homes and other locations to transport patients to/from healthcare facilities. Due to the nature of their work, Ambulance Operators must have a valid Chauffeur's license and a good driving record. Because they deal with patient care, prospective Ambulance Drivers must be detail-oriented and thrive under pressure. They must also be able to remain calm and composed and have the ability to put frightened and agitated patients at ease.

As a member of our team, you will make a daily impact on the lives of others. Apply today and you will get a chance to work with high-functioning, driven people, who all have the same mission of making health care better.

Duties and Responsibilities:

Safely driving the ambulance to transport patients as comfortably as possible to healthcare facilities.

Loading and Unloading the stretcher

Maintaining cleanliness of the ambulance by sweeping, washing, sanitizing, and safely disposing of any medical waste

or soiled linen.

Inspecting the ambulance and reporting any deficiencies for repair. Fuel, oil, transmission fluid, coolant, and wiper fluid

levels should be checked daily and topped off if necessary.

Provide excellent customer service


High School Diploma or GED

Chauffeur's License

Ability to lift, push, pull and carry up to 100+ lbs

Ability to work flexible hours

Job Type:


Shifts may include 12 or more hours


Health Insurance

Dental Insurance

Gym Membership

Paid Time Off

Maternity Leave


Holiday Pay