Please read these instructions and linked documents thoroughly as they contain very important information about our company, standards and application process. Thank you for your interest in Northglenn Ambulance.
Northglenn Ambulance is a combination paid-volunteer service providing primary 911, interfacility BLS, ALS and CCT transport, special event standby and 911 overflow services in Denver, Commerce City and beyond. We are always accepting applications and interviews are scheduled on an as-needed basis. We employ EMTs, paramedics, registered nurses as well as non-medical staff in our dispatch and billing departments. Paid staff are preferentially hired from our volunteer pool. Volunteering is an excellent way to start or continue your EMS career while learning our system and protocols.
Many long-time paid staff started with NGA as volunteers.
All EMS personnel must hold valid and current Colorado State and National Registry EMS certifications, a valid driver's license, and a valid and current CPR card.
EMT's must possess IV certification at hire.
Paramedics must possess the following at hire: ACLS, PALS, advanced trauma certification (PHTS, ATLS, etc.) is preferred.
Graduate Paramedics: Colorado State EMT must be current. A class completion certificate must be obtained within 30 days of hire.
Critical care or flight certified paramedics are desired.
RN's must possess at hire: CEN, or, CCRN, or FCRN, and have current certifications in TNCC, ENPC, ACLS, and PALS.
If you are contacted for an interview the applicant is expected to completed a written test of knowledge and successfully attend an oral interview.
Submission of an application does not guarantee the individual an invitation to test and interview.
NGA is currently seeking candidates for full time career Paramedics
1 year of experience is preferred
Health Insurance, 401K, FREE Monthly Continuing Education, NRP and STABLE will be offered at no cost
NGA always accepts applications for Volunteers.
Volunteers are offered career positions before seeking outside candidates.
If interested please complete the initial application below. Potential candidates will be contacted via email and or phone call.
Northglenn Ambulance is an equal opportunity employer!
We do not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, national origin, sex, age, disability, sexual orientation, or any other status protected by law or regulation. It is our intention that all qualified applicants are given equal opportunity and that selection decisions be based on job-related factors.
Note: If you indicate that you have a Colorado State EMS Certificate it will be verified through the Public Portal of the State of Colorado EMS Department.
If you have any questions call Rick Lindsey, Executive Director, at 303-451-6882 x150.