Charleston County EMS is seeking an experienced paramedic/educator to join our growing Training Division as an Assistant Training Officer. In conjunction with the Training Officer, Assistant Training Officers oversee and assist with training, simulation, research, and quality assurance activities.
Abbeville County Emergency Services is currently accepting applications for a fulltime EMT position. The position is a M-F, 9 hour schedule. If interested please go to www.abbevillecountysc.com under “find it here” online forms and complete an application. The application can be emailed or faxed to Darren Maddox at the information listed below.
Full-Time Fire Fighter/Paramedic
This advertisement is intended for applicants who currently hold a current a valid South Carolina Paramedic certificate, Advanced EMT certificate or current National Registry Paramedic or National Registry Advanced EMT certification.
SIGN ON BONUS
PART-TIME $2000.00 (minimum 48 hours/month availability)
Saluda County EMS - Paramedic & EMT Full and Part time
Established in 2007, the Joseph M Still Burn Symposium is an annual gathering of medical professionals dedicated to the constant improvement of burn care in America. Our sessions are presented by leading experts and provide the most current and thorough information regarding burn care while offering the opportunity for physicians, nurses, EMT, and case managers to earn education credits.
In conjunction with SC DHEC Bureau of EMS, the South Carolina Fire Academy is offering course #1821 Reduction of Opioid Loss of Life (ROLL) Program Trainer course on October 22nd, 23rd, and 25th for Fire Departments that wish to participate in the SC DHEC ROLL Program. This two-hour course focuses on the identification, treatment, and reporting of drug overdoses attributed to opioids, such as