Run 9-1-1 Calls
EMTs are an important component of Hall Ambulance's 9-1-1 System. We're not just an inter-facility transport company. Whether you're assigned to an ALS or BLS unit, you'll get the experience you desire.
Become a Paramedic
Currently employed Hall EMTs have the opportunity to receive sponsorship into the Hall Paramedic Academy, allowing you to progress your career by becoming a paramedic.
More time to pursue your interests!
Metro Crews work 3 days one week and
4 days the next, while rural station crews work 2 consecutive 24-hour shifts 10 times per month, resulting in 8-continuous days off per cycle.
Competitive health, dental, vision, retirement, and long-term disability plans, & PTO.
Come Build Your Career Where You Can Build Your Life!
Whether you are an EMT working in a hospital/healthcare setting or as part of an organization’s industrial safety team, maybe it is time to broaden your experience by putting your skills to work in a 9-1-1 environment.
Hall Ambulance is looking for EMTs interested in working on a Basic Life Support or Advanced Life Support ambulance. The work is fast-paced but rewarding, knowing that you are making a difference for those in need of medical aid.
Hall Ambulance starts newly licensed EMTs at $41,000/year, higher than California’s average median wage of $36,330 (US Bureau of Labor Statistics). Pair that with plenty of opportunities to pick up overtime shifts and an excellent benefits package to keep you and your family healthy while serving your community and preparing for retirement.
What’s it like to be aHall Ambulance EMT?
It starts with putting on the iconic Hall Ambulance uniform with the orange, white, and blue epaulets signifying you are an EMS professional ready to tend to your patient's needs.
Our modern fleet of ambulances painted in their signature Omaha Orange with checkerboard blue safety pattern commands attention. Their interior patient suites are outfitted with details that can only be appreciated by those EMTs who have worked in other systems. Our crews value having great equipment and a maintained fleet which allows them to focus on delivering exemplary patient care.
Those working in our Metro system will appreciate arriving to work to find their ambulance is fully stocked, detailed, and ready to roll on whatever the day brings.
While we work hard, we have a good time and recognize success with events like our annual Founder's Awards, EMS Week Company Picnic, Labor Day BBQ, and Years of Service Recognition.