Coast Life Support District (CLSD)
This Special District directly provides ambulance services as well as, by contract, Urgent Care through a local clinic. The publicly funded budget is $2 million. The service area is about 60 miles long and 20 miles wide on the scenic northern California coast. The residential population is about 6,400 which can more than double during peak visitor periods.
The District Administrator is a 3/4-time position and leads an ambulance staff of 16 full-time and part-time professionals. The salary range now is $61,300 to $79,900 plus fringe benefits and bonus potential. A seasoned manager with strong people and financial management skills is sought.
For a comprehensive brochure describing CLSD, the position, the community and the ideal District Administrator visit http://clsd.ca.gov
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. Resume deadline is February 6, 2015.
MedEx Ambulance Service
MedEx Ambulance Service seeks an experienced IT Specialist to assist with the growning needs of expanding private ambulance service. Excellent salary and benefits including health, dental, Aflac, and life insurance, Paid Time Off and 401(K) plan. Successful candidate will be eligible for a sign on bonus. Relocation expenses also paid.
Applicants must have thorough knowledge and experience with Zoll software products including RescueNet Dispatch, Billing, Crew Scheduler, Resource Planner, Navigator and ePCR. MSL-SQL DB Management, WIN XP/WIN7, Web, Crystal Reports and Exchange server knowledge are required. Healthcare IT a plus!
The Successful candidate will be a problem solver who can function independently in a fast paced environment. Candidates must be self-starters who are able to multi-task and manage multiple projects. Excellent communication skills needed. Bachelor's degree recommended.
Chief Operating Officer
Emergency Medical Services Authority (EMSA)
EMSA Chief Operating Officer (COO) reports to the EMSA CEO and is
responsible for managing, monitoring, coordinating, and leading the
daily operations of the EMSA system. The intent of this position is to
increase performance of individual departments as well as the
performance of the EMSA system by providing operational continuity,
monitoring, and improvement efforts across departmental operations.
COO partners with and leads the Patient Financial Services, Finance,
Operations (contracted provider), Public Relations, and Information
Technology teams within EMSA. The role requires extensive experience in
leading all aspects of an emergency transportation services provider as
well as a special combination of technical experience, organizational
skills, personal integrity, and the ability to influence others.
For a full position description and requirements, deadline, and resume submission information, visit