Sounds like my gig, but I don't make $36/hr. lol More like $25/hr. But hours 1-8 are normal time, 8-12 are overtime, anything above 12 hours Is double time. If we catch a late call, it's easy to hit that double-time rate.I have two part time ambulance jobs. One is with AMR, the other with a mountain/rural service. AMR pays me a lot (36/hr minimum) and lets me build my own shifts so long as I work one day per month. It's busy urban EMS and we work pretty hard and have to put up with a pretty dumb ALS FD with scene control. The mountain job is 24s (too far to drive for anything less) and pays only 20/hr. But I get to do cool stuff (RSI, vents, lots of meds, backcountry, etc) with lots of my friends.
By 2022 I feel I need to only have one. It stresses me out to have this much obligation. But how am I going to pick?
I still get recruiters that find my old IT resume. Stuff like Veritas NetBackup - which I haven't touched in 15 years.It's always fun trolling recruiters who send me job offers based upon a six year old resume on an employment site. Latest one was offering a job that lasts 3-6 months.
Funny cause for whatever reason the rack manufacturer suggest a class 2 or higher hitch, despite being convertible between 1 1/4" and 2".Going to tow the Honda with the bike?
I just saw an article that said Falck was having trouble hiring staff and obtaining vehicles. But, isn’t everyon?What’s going on with AMR San Diego?
Is everyone getting laid off? They ran fine before the city contract so I I’d be surprised if that was true.
Is Falck taking people?