LeFlore County EMS is still looking for Paramedics to work in beautiful Southeastern Oklahoma.
The South Eastern Oklahoma area is rich in outdoors activities, and has all four seasons...While our County has numerous shopping and dining options. Fort Smith Arkansas is just 25minutes from our...
Leflore County EMS in South Eastern Oklahoma is hiring for two Full-Time Paramedic positions.
We are a 522 taxing district that covers all 1,500sqmiles of Leflore County and approximately 50 sqmiles of surrounding counties... Leflore County operates 6 Full time Ambulances in a very rural...
I would say experienced medics usually clear "earlier" but we do not cut it short for anyone. Experience is a very good thing to have and usually it helps you along through your FTO process. But we also find that a lot of experienced Medics benefit from some re-education, unlearning of bad...
5-6 week academy followed by about 30-50 24hour shifts on average with an FTO. Sometimes longer depending on the new hire. The "Clearing" process is broken down into 5 tiers. There is set criteria to advance from 1 tier to the next. Once at Tier 5 you are about ready to go off on your own, and...
Trying to do some research here, if you would not mind. Could you please help me out and answer the following questions.
1. Does your service pay FTOs? If so, how much and in what way?
2. What is the process to become an FTO at your service?
3. Are FTOs always paid their...
We are required to wear our name and cert level in plain view at all times, so that is a non-issue here. Why did your partner refuse? What are they afraid of?
Are you a private service? If not and you are governmental then people have a right to know.
6% raises a year and now only 5%?
5% is a good raise every year, when a lot were getting laid off y'all were getting raises.
How much of that was COLA and how much was Merit? COLA is normally 3%.