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FALL EMT CLASS – INTERVIEWS STARTING SOON

Are you interested in a career in emergency medical services but not sure how to get started? Do you want to become an EMT but money is a little tight right now? Do you want to work for the largest provider of ambulance services in the Region? Well, we have great news for you!

Mohawk Ambulance Service is looking for dynamic, out-going people with a strong desire to help others to join our team of life-saving professionals.  And, if you successfully complete the screening process, your Emergency Medical Technician training* will be provided for you, free of charge. WAIT, WHAT?! That’s right, free tuition and books for successful candidates. And, if you obtain your EMT certification, a potential employment opportunity as well!

The first step on your path to an EMS career is to fill out an application. So, go to the Employment section of the website and under “Position Applying For” select “EMT student”. You will be contacted shortly thereafter with information regarding the screening process which will include an Interview, Physical Ability Test and a CPR class. We will also be asking for a short essay outlining why you want to be an EMT.

Classroom sessions will be held on Fridays (and a few Wednesdays [and one Tuesday]) starting Sept. 15, 2017 through Jan. 18, 2018 from 8 am – 5 pm at our 570 Central Avenue, Albany location. There will be a one shift a week clinical (ambulance ride) requirement as well.  A mandatory CPR class will be held on Sept. 8, 2017.

We hope that you will take advantage of this amazing opportunity! Apply now – class size is limited.

*** Interviews are currently being scheduled for 8/7 and 8/14

         – fill out your application now to reserve your spot!!***

*Please note – Successful completion of EMT training is required for a candidate to be eligible to take the New York State Emergency Medical Technician certifying examination. Completion of the course does not guarantee certification. The EMT class is a scheduled, 2 day a week commitment which includes classroom lectures, skills labs and clinical ride time in the ambulance which combine to create a fun and varied learning experience. Studying and homework assignments will be required as well, in addition to the scheduled time. Students must be 18 years of age by January 18, 2018. High School Diploma or GED required.