Now Hiring Paramedics!
Whether you’re looking for paramedic jobs in Texas, Arkansas, or Oklahoma, you’ll find a great fit for your skills when you make the decision to join the LifeNet family.
If you’re curious where we have paramedic job openings, you can visit our Paramedic Job Board. If you’re new to EMS and wanting to find out how to become a paramedic, you can visit our career advice page.
Working at LifeNet
We believe in putting the patient first, and our advanced medical protocols reflect that. As a paramedic, you’ll have the opportunity to utilize your skills to take care of the patients. Our medical directors are accessibile if you need them, too.
We also believe in creating the safest work environment for our medical crews. Our Type 1 and Type 3 ambulance units are not only spacious to provide you with the room you need to care for your patients, but they also come equipped with Stryker Power Assist cots to reduce the chance of back injuries.
Most of our divisions run 12-hour shifts that allow employees the opportunity to enjoy every other weekend off. Some divisions also offer 24-hour, 12-hour, 11-hour, and 9-hour shifts. Additionally, we offer each full-time employee vacation, sick time, and personal time combined into a single bank of hours known as “Paid Time Off”.
Full and Part-Time Paramedic Jobs Available
LifeNet offers full and part-time opportuntieis for paramedics to work for the company. Paramedics who work full-time for LifeNet are eligibile for our Employee Benefits package, which includes paid time off, tuition reimbursement, paid short and long term disability insurance, and quality health insurance plans. Part-time employees are called “call-in-relief” or “CIR” at LifeNet and have the opportunity to pick the shifts they want to work based on their availability.
Do More Than Run 9-1-1 Calls
Our medical crews are made up of some of the best EMTs and paramedics in the nation, and we all understand the impact that community education can have on positive patient outcomes. We take seriously our responsibility to educate the community in the use of 911, CPR, safety, and pre-arrival first aid. Additionally, our crews regularly have the opportunity to provide standby ambulance service at community events, where we encourage you to give tours of the ambulance and provide community education to both children and adults.
Talk to Our HR Team
Still have questions about why you should become a paramedic at LifeNet? Fill out the form below and our HR Team will contact you. We’re excited to learn more about you and help explore if we’re the right fit for your paramedic career!
Meet Some of Your Future Coworkers
Andy Vance, Paramedic, Texarkana
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Clifton Brown, Paramedic, Texarkana
Employee Spotlight: Clifton Brown Position: Paramedic Division: Texarkana, TX Join Our Team Clifton has worked for LifeNet since 1992 and currently serves as the Operations Manager overseeing Red River County, Texas. [...]
Ronald House, Paramedic, Texarkana
Employee Spotlight: Ronald House Position: Paramedic Division: Texarkana, TX Join Our Team Employee Spotlight: Ronald Division: Texarkana Ronald has been working for LifeNet since 1990 and is currently a paramedic in [...]
Jonny Long, Operations Manager, Hot Springs
Employee Spotlight: Jonny Long Position: Operations Manager Division: Hot Springs, AR Join Our Team Jonny is an Operations Manager for LifeNet in Hot Springs, Arkansas who has worked for our company since [...]
Brandon Quiring, Paramedic, Stillwater
Employee Spotlight: Brandon Quiring Position: Paramedic Division: Stillwater, OK Join Our Team Brandon has been a paramedic at LifeNet in Stillwater since 2011. “I became a paramedic to help people in the [...]
Aaron Graves, Paramedic, Texarkana
Employee Spotlight: Aaron Graves Position: Paramedic Division: Texarkana, TX Join Our Team Aaron has worked for LifeNet since 2015 and is a paramedic in our Texarkana Division. "I had always been [...]