County Rescue accepts applications from Paramedics, EMT-Intermediate Technicians, EMT-Basics, and First Responders.
Entry level minimum requirements for a position are a valid Wisconsin Driver’s license and a current Wisconsin EMS license. Wisconsin licensed EMTs and Intermediate-Techs are employed as part-time staff or on a “paid per call” basis. Following a review of applications, selected applicants will be scheduled for interviews as determined by the hiring committee. Hiring at County Rescue may occur throughout the year based upon need, so we encourage you to visit our County Rescue Services Careers web page often.
Entry level full-time at County Rescue requires a current Wisconsin paramedic licensure. Critical care certification is preferred but may be provided, as required. Hiring at County Rescue usually occurs on an annual basis and is based on demand.
How We Work
Line medical staff may work 8, 12, or 24 hours shifts, or any preferred/agreed-upon combination thereof. Staff may be assigned work out of any one of four station locations in the Brown County area. Duties throughout the course of a shift may vary and are assigned by the duty shift supervisor.
County Rescue offers full-time, part-time and job share positions in the areas of:
- Primary 911 Response
- Local and Long Distance Interfacility Transports
- Critical Care Level Transports
- Air Medical Transports
Candidates must possess an excellent driving record, participate in the company substance abuse testing program, and meet the requirements detailed in the company job description for the position of Emergency Medical Technician.
To apply click on the following link to visit our County Rescue Services Careers web page. There you can view current job openings and complete an application for the position(s) in which you are interested.
County Rescue receives a high volume of employment inquiries. We appreciate your patience during this process and hope to add you as a valuable member of our team.