LifeFlight nurses, paramedics, event medicine and flight communicator staff positions are listed online at the Vanderbilt Human Resources site Jobline. Search keyword LifeFlight for current positions and job descriptions.
We have several openings for the following positions. While we do not hire for a particular base location, we do currently have nine openings for our new Henry County base. LifeFlight leadership decides base assignments by need/vacancies. Then transfer requests are granted by seniority. There is a great possibility that many (but not all) of the new hires will be placed at the new Henry County base.. Please click on the position to apply:
We are now providing services at almost 700 events a year. The average event lasts around five hours. We are looking for outgoing, emergency experienced AEMTs and Paramedics who are focused on care and customer service.
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The minimum requirements to become a LifeFlight nurse are:
The minimum requirements to become a LifeFlight paramedic are:
(flight crew, not ground division)
Performs flight coordination. Provides information and emergency notification to customers. Works with advanced communications systems. Practices continuous professional development and excellent customer service. Practices proactive operational support of the department.
Job requires Graduate of an accredited discipline specific program and 2 years of experience or the equivalent.
You must be a Licensed Emergency Medical Technician or Paramedic in order to apply for a flight coordinator position.
Rotor wing pilots and mechanics are employed by Air Methods Corporation. Current job openings and requirements are available at www.airmethods.com
All fixed-wing pilots and mechanics are employed by Seven Bar. For openings visit their website.