Department: EMS       FLSA Status: Non-Exempt   Reports To: EMS Coordinator   

Position Summary

The Paramedic (EMT-P) will carry out all directives given to him/her by the EMS Coordinator and by the Medical Director. He/she will ensure that optimal emergency medical services are rendered to the City of Sundance and in the areas of Crook County for which the service is responsible.

Essential Functions

§  Operates and maintains ambulances in accordance with Wyoming state laws and Sundance EMS policy and procedures.

§  Assists in patient care in accordance with SEMS policy and procedure.

§  Effectively and actively assesses his/her abilities and requests assistance as necessary for safe patient care.

§  Attends and participates in at least 80% of all squad meetings and in-service trainings.

§  Maintains a focus on education to include timely recertification’s Crook County Medical Services District (CCMSD) required education, and other opportunities of higher level education.

§  Actively participates ensuring constant ambulance availability by covering a minimum of 1 shifts a month.

§  Other duties may be assigned.



§  Have and maintain a current National Registry EMT-P and WY-EMS license.  

§  ICS 100, 200 and 700 certified within 30 days of employment. 

§  Current BLS, ACLS and PALS




Knowledge, Skills and Abilities

§  Excellent patient care skills.

§  Professional and discrete manner at all times.

§  Ability to communicate effectively and verbally as well as the ability to follow verbal and written instructions

Annual/ Biannual Education and Competency

·         OSHA

·         Approved Emergency Vehicle Operations Course

·         Medicine/ Equipment/ Vehicle Operations

Hours of Work – Shift Work/On Call


Department: Housekeeping           FLSA Status: Non-Exempt       Reports To: Maintenance Supervisor

Position Summary

This position is responsible for maintaining a clean and sanitary environment for all patients, residents, visitors and staff members. Personnel will operate various types of cleaning equipment both electrical and mechanical, collect waste, sanitize, dust, mop and replenish supplies.

Essential Functions

§  Maintaining the environment/cleanliness of the hospital

§  Vacuum all carpeted areas daily.

§  Clean restrooms daily with germicidal solution

§  Empty all trash receptacles daily.

§  Mop all tile and vinyl floors with germicidal solution daily

§  Strip, wax and buff floors as needed

§  Dust and clean all patient and resident rooms daily with germicidal solution

§  Sanitize trash cans monthly

§  Wash walls, beds, ceilings, windows, and heaters as scheduled

§  Collect infectious waste, per policy and procedure reads, established by infection control committee

§  Other duties may be assigned.



§  Minimum age sixteen (16)


§  General cleaning experience 

Knowledge, Skills and Abilities

§  Professional and discrete manner at all times

§  Ability to work as a team player at all times

§  Organized and timely

§  Must understand written safety directions to mix chemicals and demonstrate proper material handling

Hours of Work

§  Monday-Friday some Saturdays

*PRN Position*
Ambulance Driver

Essential Functions:
§ Operates and maintains ambulances in accordance with Wyoming state laws and Sundance EMS policy and procedures.
§ Safely drive the ambulance to transport patients as quickly as possible to medical facilities for care.
§ To keep the ambulance sanitary and germ-free, ambulance drivers thoroughly sanitize the vehicle and remove soiled linens and contaminated supplies
§ Ambulance drivers make daily entries into a driving log. This information includes addresses, trip times, mileage, and services performed.
§ They inspect the ambulance and report any deficiencies for repair. Fuel, oil, transmission fluid, coolant, and wiper fluid levels are checked and topped off if necessary.

Please send all resumes to:
Chelsea Chapin

307-283-3501 x343

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