- Driver's License
- EMT Certification
The Executive Director is responsible for providing complete strategic leadership and oversight for the organization, leading to positive patient outcomes. The incumbent does so through regular interaction with and counsel from the Board of Directors and members of the leadership team, cooperatively establishing goals, implementing strategy, developing plans and applying policy to ensure safe and efficient delivery of 911 emergency, non-emergency and interfacility patient care and transport services in compliance with all applicable state and federal laws.
Minimum Education Requirement:
Completion of a four-year degree in emergency management, emergency medical services management, healthcare administration, public administration, business management or a related field of study. Combination of education and relative experience that provides the knowledge, skills and ability to successfully fulfill job responsibilities may substitute.
Minimum Experience Requirement:
Four years of demonstrated management leadership within a community or regional ambulance transport program and in progressively demanding positions. Three years of active involvement in state, regional or national work groups/committees which focus on healthcare/emergency medical services preferred.
Minimum License Requirement: Current driver’s license required. State EMT and/or Paramedic license/certification, current EVOC, certification in HAZMAT operations preferred.