Careers

Wisconsin's leader in Emergency Medical Services is currently hiring!

Here are our current starting wages for licensed EMS skill levels:

EMT: $14.00 / hour

Paramedic: $17.50 / hour

We will recognize your EMS Experience/Skill levels.

YOU WILL NOT HAVE TO START OVER!

Positions Available

Emergency Medical Technician-Basic (EMT)

Bell Ambulance is a progressive, client-oriented company devoted to providing high quality emergency and non-emergency medical services. Bell has been in operation since 1977 and has grown to be the largest provider of ambulance service in the State of Wisconsin, responding to more than 100,000 ambulance calls annually.

In the role of Emergency Medical Technician-Basic (EMT) you will perform duties associated with providing emergency and non-emergency medical care and transportation to the sick and injured in accordance with all applicable laws, regulations and Bell Ambulance Policies.

How you will contribute

  • Provide high quality client care by utilizing appropriate diagnostic tools based on assessment

  • Perform proper treatment modalities based on internal and external protocols

  • Establish good rapport with clients, their families, and the healthcare community

  • Maintain HIPAA privacy laws and discretion with sensitive information

  • Communicate effectively and efficiently to ensure smooth operation and quality care

  • Provide accurate and complete trip documentation, both clinically and demographically

  • Perform regular station and squad maintenance, paying special attention to areas of safety

  • Participate in the ‘pit stop’ process ensuring all need supplies and equipment are present and in good working order

  • Obtain, then maintain all licensure and training required by the State of Wisconsin for this position

  • Demonstrate the ability to operate company vehicles safely, exhibiting knowledge of proper driving procedures and response tactics

  • Other necessary job tasks as assigned

Education/Training/Experience

  • Minimum of either a high school diploma or GED

  • Current/valid State of Wisconsin EMT-B license

  • Current/valid American Heart Association CPR card or similar curriculum certification

  • Current/Valid Driver’s License

  • NREMT license desirable but not required

Additional Requirements

  • Perform with a high level of professionalism at all times

  • Must possess tact, patience, and a positive attitude

  • Ability to function productively in individual and team environments, and in potentially highly stressful situations

  • Must be able to push, pull, move, and/or lift in a safe manner, a minimum of 125 pounds

  • Must meet fitness for duty requirements set forth by the policies of the Company, which may include a medical and physical evaluation

Paramedic

Bell Ambulance is a progressive, client-oriented company devoted to providing high quality emergency and non-emergency medical services. Bell has been in operation since 1977 and has grown to be the largest provider of ambulance service in the State of Wisconsin, responding to more than 100,000 ambulance calls annually.

In the role of Paramedic you will perform duties associated with providing emergency and non-emergency medical care and transportation to the sick and injured in accordance with all applicable laws, regulations and Bell Ambulance Policies. We are currently looking for Paramedics with 2+ years of experience operating in a Paramedic capacity.

How you will contribute

  • Provide high quality client care by utilizing appropriate diagnostic tools based on assessment

  • Perform proper treatment modalities based on internal and external protocols

  • Establish good rapport with clients, their families, and the healthcare community

  • Maintain HIPAA privacy laws and discretion with sensitive information

  • Communicate effectively and efficiently to ensure smooth operation and quality care

  • Provide accurate and complete trip documentation, both clinically and demographically

  • Perform regular station and squad maintenance, paying special attention to areas of safety

  • Participate in the ‘pit stop’ process ensuring all need supplies and equipment are present and in good working order

  • Obtain, then maintain all licensure and training required by the State of Wisconsin for this position

  • Demonstrate the ability to operate company vehicles safely, exhibiting knowledge of proper driving procedures and response tactics

  • Other necessary job tasks as assigned

Education/Training/Experience

  • Minimum of either a high school diploma or GED

  • Current/valid State of Wisconsin Paramedic license

  • Current/valid American Heart Association CPR card or similar curriculum certification

  • Current/Valid Driver’s License

  • NREMT license desirable but not required

  • 2+ years of experience in a Paramedic role

  • Critical Care accreditation highly desirable

Additional Requirements

  • Perform with a high level of professionalism at all times

  • Must possess tact, patience, and a positive attitude

  • Ability to function productively in individual and team environments, and in potentially highly stressful situations

  • Must be able to push, pull, move, and/or lift in a safe manner, a minimum of 125 pounds

  • Must meet fitness for duty requirements set forth by the policies of the Company, which may include a medical and physical evaluation

Critical Care Paramedic

Bell Ambulance is a progressive, client-oriented company devoted to providing high quality emergency and non-emergency medical services. Bell has been in operation since 1977 and has grown to be the largest provider of ambulance service in the State of Wisconsin, responding to more than 100,000 ambulance calls annually.

In the role of Paramedic you will perform duties associated with providing emergency and non-emergency medical care and transportation to the sick and injured in accordance with all applicable laws, regulations and Bell Ambulance Policies. We are currently looking for Paramedics with 2+ years of experience operating in a Paramedic capacity.

How you will contribute

  • Provide high quality client care by utilizing appropriate diagnostic tools based on assessment

  • Perform proper treatment modalities based on internal and external protocols

  • Establish good rapport with clients, their families, and the healthcare community

  • Maintain HIPAA privacy laws and discretion with sensitive information

  • Communicate effectively and efficiently to ensure smooth operation and quality care

  • Provide accurate and complete trip documentation, both clinically and demographically

  • Perform regular station and squad maintenance, paying special attention to areas of safety

  • Participate in the ‘pit stop’ process ensuring all need supplies and equipment are present and in good working order

  • Obtain, then maintain all licensure and training required by the State of Wisconsin for this position

  • Demonstrate the ability to operate company vehicles safely, exhibiting knowledge of proper driving procedures and response tactics

  • Other necessary job tasks as assigned

Education/Training/Experience

  • Minimum of either a high school diploma or GED

  • Current/valid State of Wisconsin Paramedic license

  • Current/valid American Heart Association CPR card or similar curriculum certification

  • Current/Valid Driver’s License

  • NREMT license desirable but not required

  • 2+ years of experience in a Paramedic role

  • Critical Care accreditation highly desirable

Additional Requirements

  • Perform with a high level of professionalism at all times

  • Must possess tact, patience, and a positive attitude

  • Ability to function productively in individual and team environments, and in potentially highly stressful situations

  • Must be able to push, pull, move, and/or lift in a safe manner, a minimum of 125 pounds

  • Must meet fitness for duty requirements set forth by the policies of the Company, which may include a medical and physical evaluation

Cadet

The Bell Ambulance Cadet Program application process is a five step system that helps the company determine who are the most qualified candidates for acceptance into the program for an upcoming school semester.

We will strive to provide our applicants with an efficient, yet thorough hiring process. Candidates that successfully complete all five steps of the application process will receive an offer for a spot in the Cadet Program.

Should an applicant accept the offer, their job title will be “Cadet” throughout the duration of their school semester, and until they have received their EMT License issued by State of Wisconsin.

Step One

After a candidate (with the necessary qualifications) expresses interest in the Cadet Program, the Bell Ambulance Human Resources Department will contact them to schedule an oral, in-person interview.

A candidate will be required to complete the Bell Ambulance application. Along with the application, prospective candidates will be required to write a brief essay explaining why they are looking for a career in the EMS (Emergency Medical Services) industry, and why they believe they would be a good fit for the Bell Ambulance Cadet Program.

Both the completed application and the essay must be printed, and brought to the candidate’s interview. A candidate that arrives to his/her interview without the listed documents will be asked to reschedule their interview for a later time when they are more prepared.

Step Two

An applicant that is scheduled for an oral interview will be required to complete a written test prior to meeting with the interviewing parties. The test will consist of general knowledge questions, pertinent and non-pertinent to the EMS industry. The test results will be used as a component in the consideration process.

Step Three

The next step in the hiring process includes an oral, in-person interview with the HR Generalist and Cadet Program Lead in which an applicant will answer questions regarding their possible qualifications for the role. The applicant will have the opportunity to learn more about the program, and ask any questions he/she might have pertaining to the role, the company, and the like.

Further consideration will be given to those prospective applicants that have preferable candidate traits. These particular traits include but are not limited to:

  • Academia Excellence (Maintaining a GPA of 2.5 or Higher)

  • Participation in School Clubs or Programs

  • Veteran Status

  • Transportation Industry Experience or CDL

  • Clean Driving Record – Zero Traffic / Non – Traffic Occurrences

  • Relevant Experience Pertaining to Health and Humanitarian Services

Step Four

Based on the outcome of the oral interview, prospective candidates who do well will be subject to reference checks, as well as background checks.

Background checks will include but are not limited to motor vehicle report checks, criminal history checks, and other various checks.

The background check process can take up to 1 or more days, thus lengthening the application process. After receiving results from completing background checks, the appropriate parties will convene to discuss a candidate’s application package including the application itself, the essay, any notes from their interview, any documents the applicant provided at the interview, and their background check results.

Step Five

Candidates that successfully move past Step Four will be contacted by the Human Resources Department, and shall receive a conditional offer for employment with Bell Ambulance as a Cadet. An applicant will be required to complete and pass a pre-employment drug screening and physical abilities test. Also, at this time, the candidate will be scheduled for a new hire orientation that they must be in attendance for each day.

Candidate Elimination

If at any time, a candidate is eliminated from the application process, they will be notified via mail. Furthermore, an applicant that is not selected initially may be placed on a separate waiting list should there be vacancies prior to the start of the program, or for a potential future Cadet Program.

Mechanic

Purpose

Perform duties associated with providing high-level, fast-paced service to the company’s fleet of vehicles.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities

  • Keep vehicles available for use by inspecting and testing vehicles; completely preventative maintenance such as, engine tune-ups, oil changes, tire rotation and changes, wheel balancing, replacing filters, etc.

  • Maintain vehicle functional condition by listening to operator complaints; conducting inspections; repairing engine failures; repairing mechanical and electrical systems malfunctions; replacing parts and components, repairing body damage.

  • Verify vehicle serviceability by conducting test drives; adjusting controls and systems

  • Complies with state vehicle requirements by testing engine, safety, and combustion control standards.

  • Maintains vehicle appearance by cleaning, washing, and painting.

  • Maintains vehicle records by recording service and repairs.

  • Keep shop equipment operating both inside and outside the ambulance by constantly by troubleshooting breakdowns, maintaining supplies, performing preventative maintenance, and calling for repairs.

  • Updates job knowledge by participating in educational opportunities.

  • Keep building and grounds safe and functional by performing maintenance, reporting an issues to the appropriate parties.

  • Other duties may be assigned to meet business needs.

Qualification/Requirements

  • Must be organized and able to work independently.

  • Demonstrate the ability to use to operate necessary computer programs for work orders, service records.

  • Must be able to push, pull, move, and/or life in a safe manner a minimum of 100 pounds to a minimum height of 4 feet.

  • Work requires continual attention to detail in establishing priorities and meeting deadlines.

  • Must be able to work in a fast-paced environment with demonstrated ability to juggle multiple competing tasks and demands.

Education/Training/Experience

  • High school diploma or GED

  • one or more years of experience or training

  • or equivalent combination of education and experience.

Facilities-Maintenance

Bell Ambulance is a progressive, client-oriented company devoted to providing high quality emergency and non-emergency medical services. Bell has been in operation since 1977 and has grown to be the largest provider of ambulance service in the State of Wisconsin, responding to more than 100,000 ambulance calls annually.

In the Facilities-Maintenance role you will perform duties associated with providing high-level, fast-paced service to the company’s facilities.

How you will contribute

  • Maintain cleanliness of the station interior by completing custodial activities to include; cleaning of crew quarters/restrooms, maintenance of all drains & drain troughs and painting as needed.

  • Maintain cleanliness of all station garages to include deep cleanings and weekly maintenance.

  • Maintenance of station exterior to include; light landscaping, pressure washing of buildings, light snow removal, entrances, powered gates and generator, including salting as necessary.

  • Maintain cleanliness of equipment and organization of equipment used; including tools used and vehicle driven.

  • Miscellaneous duties to include; lubrication of garage door tracks/rollers, maintenance of dryer vents, assisting with set up/take down of special event equipment.

  • Other tasks as assigned.

What you will need to be successful

  • Must be organized and able to work independently.

  • An ability to have a flexible schedule during seasonal needs.

  • Demonstrate the ability to use to operate necessary computer programs for work orders, service records and supplies.

  • Must be able to push, pull, move and/or lift in a safe manner, a minimum of 100 pounds to a minimum height of four feet.

  • Work requires continual attention to detail in establishing priorities and meeting deadlines.

  • Must be able to work in a fast-paced environment with demonstrated ability to juggle multiple competing tasks and demands.

  • High school diploma or GED; one or more years of experience or training; or equivalent combination of education and experience.

Benefits

Full-time employees are eligible for benefits the first of the month following 59 days of employment.

Benefits include but are not limited to:

Health Insurance

  • Two plans to choose from

  • (Please see human resources for a full summary of benefits)

Flexible Spending Account (Section 125 plan)

  • Pre-tax deductions for health care premiums

  • Pay for qualified un-reimbursed medical expenses pre-tax (glasses, contacts, solutions, deductibles, etc.)

  • Pay for qualified dependent child care expenses with pre-tax income (day care, summer camp)

Life Insurance

  • Company funded program

  • Insures employees for $50,000

Flexible Scheduling

  • 9, 12, 16, & 24-hour shifts available for full-time

  • Part-time schedules are extremely flexible; it’s easy to accommodate a school or other work schedule

  • Get PAID to watch the Brewers, go to Summerfest, Special Events are Fun!

Continuous Education/Re-certification

  • CPR

  • ACLS / Instructor

  • PALS

  • NALS

  • PHTLS / Instructor

  • EVOC

  • ...and more

Dental Insurance

  • Very low monthly premium

  • Maximum family deductible of $150 per year

  • 3 free cleanings per year

PTO (Vacation)

  • Full-time shifts accrues only with 30 hours minimum per week

Short Term Disability

  • Company funded program

  • Pays 2/3 of wages lost

401(k)

  • Eligible after 1 year of service and 1000 hours

  • Minimum contribution 1% - Maximum 84%

  • Bell Ambulance matches 100% of contributions up to 6% of income

Company Paid Uniforms

  • Initial uniforms paid for by the company, no employee obligation with one year of service

  • Annual uniform allowance

Employee Appreciation Parties

  • ...and much more