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Executive Director - Interior Region EMS Council

IREMSC is accepting applications for the Executive Director's Position. This is a professional, management-level position reporting directly to Chairman of the Board. The position application period closes July 9th and the application can be found here: APPLICATION PACKET

SALA Remote Medics is recruiting EMTs and Paramedics for both part-time and full-time positions. These positions will be assisting SALA in its work with the Municipality of Anchorage serving persons experiencing homelessness.
Responsibilities include:
• Perform screening of residents, to include temperature check, etc.
• Be available for resident questions and needs.
• When called upon, render appropriate medical care, within the scope of practice of a State of Alaska EMT-1, 2, 3, or Paramedic.
• Determine need for additional assessment, medical care, or 911 intervention.
• Completion of data entry, tracking, and reporting.
• Comply with company policies and procedures.
• Other duties as assigned.
Requirements are:
• Current State of Alaska EMT certification, State of Alaska Paramedic licensure, or State of Alaska RN licensure.
• Current BLS certification.
• Current ACLS certification (EMT 3, Paramedic, and RN only)
• Friendly, professional demeanor.
• Knowledge of Microsoft office products.
• Ability to wear required personal protective equipment.
• Ability to work shifts as scheduled to support 24/7 operation.
• A willing team player with a positive attitude who shares the belief that the clients always come first.
If interested please reach out to us at

Suzan Simonds
907-331-8140 | |
600 W. 76th Ave Suite 409, Anchorage, Alaska 99518

                 The city of Fairbanks is looking for Firefighter/ Paramedics. you must have your State of Alaska firefighter 1, or IFSAC/ Pro Board Firefighter1 Certification. You must also have a current certification or licensure as State of Alaska MICP, or NREMT-P. If you are interested follow the link below to find out more.

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Standardized Patient Actor Job Opportunity - University of Alaska College of Health


The University of Alaska College of Health Simulation Center is looking for persons with healthcare experience, to portray medical patients in simulations for healthcare students at the following campuses:  Anchorage, Mat Su and Fairbanks.  Please see the job description and application at the link below:

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SEEKING EMT to join our COVID-19 Vaccine Team at a small VACCINATION SITE IN ANCHORAGE, AK.

JOIN our incredible team and make a difference TODAY! We are in the midst of the biggest public health crisis of our lives where every aspect of the way we live is affected. Our company has been at the forefront of the COVID-19 response in the US. The Candidate would be part of a COVID-19 team administering vaccines.

Location: Anchorage, AK


  • Strong communication skills; both written and verbal
  • Reliable transportation and clean driving record if applicable
  • Flexibility to work overtime as needed


  • Vaccination Experience (Preferred)


  • EMT 1, 2, or 3 Certification (Preferred)
  • Certified Medical Assistant (Preferred)

Pay rate: $30/hr and full time candidates are eligible for “Full-time Bonus” of $500 per pay period (semi-monthly).

Job Types: Full-time, Temporary, Contract

We will provide all PPE.

For more information click HERE

Submit Resumes to Lisa or Henry


Our Transport Officers handle over 95% of Alaska’s mental health in-custody transports, to and from Correctional and Medical Facilities. From the bush in Alaska to the lower 48, our officers are ready to respond. Before being placed in the field, we put our officers through a rigorous selection course in which candidates are put through non-stop Psychological and Physical Testing. Upon completion, candidates become certified in the following: Hands-on (physical) and hands-off (verbal) de-escalation techniques, application of multiple restraint systems – to include handcuffs, belly-chains, and leg restraints. Officers are assigned police-barricaded Ford Taurus Interceptors and are on-call, 24 hours a day, seven days per week. We maintain the ability to respond to any call at a moment’s notice. To date, WEKA has successfully completed over 10,000 in-custody transports in Alaska, Arkansas, Idaho, Montana, Ohio, Oregon, Texas, Utah, and Washington State.

Hiring for:

Ground EMT1    Ground Paramedic    Flight EMT3-AEMT      Flight Paramedic

Alaska Medical Transport

Are you looking for a career that fills a vital need in our community? Alaska Medical Transport provides non-emergency medical transport and ambulance services in our community. We're currently looking to fill positions for Non Emergency Medical Transport Drivers, Ground EMT’s and Paramedic’s on various shifts. We support our employees with continuing education and training to empower them to reach the next step in their careers. Visit our website today

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Team One is looking for new medics to increase our workforce. We look forward to working with all levels of experience from medics just joining the force to seasoned medics. We provide monthly training to practice skills and learn new techniques. Team One medics are responsible for providing medical assessment, treatment, and referral at a wide range of events. From converging at a sporting event to providing care at the emergency shelter. If interested please submit resume by stopping at Team One Office located at 5431 30th Ave Anchorage, AK 99508 or by submitting resume by email at


Director of Interprofessional Health Science Simulation Center

The College of Health (COH) at the University of Alaska Anchorage is at the forefront of educating health professions students and the healthcare workforce. COH is seeking dynamic individual with clinical simulation expertise to lead healthcare simulation programs throughout Alaska including rural/remote communities. The incumbent oversees a team of simulation operations specialists who work with University faculty and community partners to develop/deliver simulation based clinical training. Target audiences include undergraduate and graduate students, practicing professionals, educators, and faculty from all healthcare disciplines. In addition, serves as the Director of the Center for Interprofessional Education. Leads development and delivery interprofessional curriculum in which students and health workers from two or more professions learn with, about and from each other to enable effective collaboration and improve health outcomes.


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