The Myrtle Point Fire and Ambulance Department is hiring a Paramedic.
Applications will be accepted until May 22nd at 5:00 PM
Intended start date: Negotiable
MYRTLE POINT FIRE & AMBULANCE IS HIRING FOR IMMEDIATE POSITION
This position will typically work a 48/96 shift responding to 911 calls, Non-emergency calls, and Interfacility
Transfers. There is also opportunity to deploy on local & extended wildland fire assignments providing
medical coverage at large wildland incidents. If you like working, you like nice/newer equipment, you like to
work in a family type atmosphere where everybody helps each other and we realize the need to balance
work/family, and you like to treat our citizens like family, this may be the job for you!
SALARY & BENEFITS
• $4,319-$5,684/month, depending on qualifications and/or experience
• Overtime definitely available
• Medical, Dental, Vision Insurance
• Oregon PERS
• Sick Leave
• 18 years of age
• Oregon licensed Paramedic (OR able to obtain licensure soon)
• Valid Oregon Driver’s License and Insurable
DESIRED QUALIFICATIONS (But not required!)
• Firefighter 1
• Wildland Firefighter Type 2
• Rope Rescue Ops or Tech
Visit the City of Myrtle Point website (https://myrtlepoint.city/employment/) for an application. Applications can also requested by
email at email@example.com. Return applications via email or in person at Myrtle Point City Hall located at 424 5th
Street, Myrtle Point, OR 97458. Please contact Tasha Renard at firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone/text at 541-260-
7413 if you need more information or have questions. If you are a current City of Myrtle Point employee, apply by submitting a
letter of interest to Battalion Chief/Paramedic Tasha Renard by May 22nd
, 2023 at 5:00PM.
High School Juniors and Seniors, this one’s for you!
Myrtle Point Public Library is seeking an energetic student to participate in a PAID Library Summer Internship! Whether you have dreamed of working in a library setting, want to serve your community, or want to try something new, consider applying for this a one-of-a-kind experience.
The student selected will gain insight into the inner workings of the library and be part of a variety of programs and projects. Must be age 16-19 when applying.
This project was made possible in part by the Institute of Museum and Library Services through the Library Services and Technology Act, administered by the State Library of Oregon.
*please note: To be considered, the applicant must be a High School Junior or Senior at time of application.