5475 NE Dawson Creek Dr / Hillsboro, OR 97124, USA(503) 648-6656
EMTs and Paramedics who choose Metro West Ambulance select one of Oregon’s most trusted EMS providers. We’re committed to employing individuals who meet our high standards of professionalism and integrity.
Applicants must be at least 21 years old with a good driving record. All ALS units operate under progressive standing orders, which include advanced airway procedures (paralytics), liberal treatment protocols and a highly developed trauma system. Our career ladder has several steps to provide individuals diverse experiences and training to prepare them for a career in EMS.
Metro West Ambulance encourages and supports individuals who continue their education to the next level. We accommodate school schedules so that First Responders and EMTs can pursue their education while working and gaining practical experience.
Metro West Ambulance encourages and supports individuals who continue their education to the next level. We accommodate school schedules so that First Responders and EMTs can pursue their education while working work and gain practical experience.
Paramedics are assigned to ALS ambulances and provide advanced life support services for the citizens of Washington County. Paramedics also perform non-emergency interfacility services in an ALS equipped ambulance.
Paramedics also serve in the Special Events Division, which provides medical coverage for the Portland Trailblazers, Indy Car Races, concerts, county and state fairs, and many other social and sporting events throughout the state.
Metro West Ambulance offers a variety of employment opportunities including billing personnel, receptionists, dispatchers, and training.
For additional information or to send your résumé, please call Heather Whalen at 503-648-6658 ext. 131.
Metro West Ambulance hires career-oriented employees who match the company goal of meeting each customer’s needs. Our company offers a complete benefits package that includes health and life insurance, vacation pay, well pay, sick pay, 401k retirement, holiday pay, and an employee assistance program (EAP). Work schedules include 8, 10, 12, and 24 hour shifts. Metro West offers better than competitive wages.
Oregon specifies three levels of EMT certifications. Most NREMT-certified applicants are eligible to receive reciprocity with a provisional certification.
For more information on becoming an Oregon certified EMT (all levels) or reciprocity, please contact the Oregon Department of Human Services, P.O. Box 14450, Portland, OR 97214-0450, or call 503-731-4011.