The Emergency Medical Technician is responsible for the health and well-being of the instructional team and students. They provide medical coverage for all training courses to support the Task Order. They report to the PM.
  • Respond to emergency calls within five (5) minutes, provide efficient and immediate care to injured personnel, stabilize and maintain on scene while awaiting higher level of care from EMS System. Example: Paramedic with Ambulance.
  • Apply knowledge of basic and advanced emergency medical procedures and techniques along with reporting a victim's medical condition to Higher Level of Care within EMS system. 
  • Become familiar with command Emergency Action plan along with its use. 
  • Use radio communications equipment as a part of evolutions monitoring and emergency response. 
  • Direct the activities of first responders, in congruence within their scope of medical training. 
  • Provide CPR certification, and re-certification, instruction. 
  • Provide medical coverage to high-risk training evolutions including: HRST/CAST operations, military freefall, shooting events and Surface DEMO. 
  • Apply for and maintain a government driver's license to be able to drive Medical Response Vehicle.
  • Minimum of two (2) years’ experience as a certified EMT, paramedic, or military equivalent.
  • Minimum of one (1) year experience as a CPR instructor.


  • Current certification by an accredited EMT-B program
  • Current certification as an EMT-B in the State of California
  • Current certification as a CPR Instructor
Clearance: Unclassified Sensitive Information

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