Now Hiring: Emergency Dispatch Trainee

When someone falls victim to sudden illness or injury, emergency medical dispatchers are ready to answer their call for help. Imagine being able to assist people in crisis during their most challenging moment.

Hall Ambulance currently has openings for communication specialists (dispatcher trainees).  No experience is necessary, we will train you for this rewarding position where you can make a difference and provide compassionate service to our community.

As the access point to Kern County's emergency system for ambulance requests, you will ascertain what kind of assistance is needed, respond a basic or advanced life support ambulance, and relay life-saving instructions over the phone to assist those in need.

Be at the Center of Kern County's Emergency Medical Services Network

While the core of Hall Ambulance is its Ambulance Division, the Company's Operations Control Center (OCD) serves as its nerve center.  Working in unison with Kern County's Emergency Communications Center (ECC), OCD dispatches 100% of all ambulance requests received throughout Kern County's 8,132 square miles.

Like their Ambulance Division counterparts, the dispatch center operates around the clock--never closing.  In 2021, these communications specialists processed over 135,000 calls for medical aid.

The work is nerve-rackingly fast-paced.  Still, a casual observer would be in awe at the sense of cool, calm, and collectedness exhibited by these headset heroes!

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Communications Supervisor Lashika Britton

More Time for You

We believe a career based on a healthy work/life balance is good for the soul.  Hall Ambulance Communications Specialists work just seven shifts every two weeks, allowing more time to focus on what you enjoy most!

If you're ready to take the next step, click on the Apply Now button above, and get ready to start your EMS career where you will be making a difference for your family, community, and yourself!