Website Kansas City Kansas Fire Department
KCKFD is a Fire/ EMS based fire service located in Kansas City
Applicants applying for Firefighter Pending Paramedic must have current certification as a Kansas Emergency Medical Technician (EMT); or currently possess a National Registry Certification. Current Kansas Certified Emergency Medical Technician who is currently enrolled in a Kansas Paramedic program; or a National Registry EMT who is currently registered in a National Registry EMT-P program must provide a letter from school of attendance confirming program enrollment and graduation date. Pending-Paramedic (MICT) applicants must possess their Kansas Paramedic certification within one year from their date of hire; failure to do so will result in immediate termination. Applicants with the National Registry Certification must complete the conversion process with the Kansas Board of Emergency Medical Services for Certification as a Kansas Emergency Medical Technician within Sixty (60) days of being hired. Failure to possess Kansas EMT Certification by those sixty (60) days will result in immediate termination. The approximate starting salary is $3124.07 per month.
Applicants applying for Firefighter/Paramedic (MICT) must have a current certification as a Kansas Paramedic; or currently possess a National Registry Certification as a Paramedic (EMT-P). Applicants with the National Registry Certification (EMT-P) must complete the conversion process with the Kansas Board of Emergency Medical Services for Kansas Certification within sixty (60) days from the date of hire. Failure to possess Kansas Certification within those sixty (60) days will result in immediate termination. Applicants must have current ACLS Certification. The approximate starting salary is: $3592.09 per month.
ONLINE APPLICATIONS WILL NOT BE ACCEPTED FOR THE FIREFIGHTER PARAMEDIC/FIREFIGHTER PENDING PARAMEDIC POSITION. Out of Town Applicants: Applicants outside of a 50-mile radius are considered out of town applicants. (This includes Topeka to the West, St. Joseph to the North, Warrensburg to the East, and Paola to the South). Out of town applicants may submit their applications by mail, provided all required documentation is included.
Emergency medical care demands a high level of skill in being able to quickly analyze a given situation. The FF/MICTs have training in medical procedures designed to stabilize a patient who is in distress from any trauma producing accident. They shall act in such situations as specified in standing orders, rules and regulations of this Department and orders from hospital communication centers provided for such use. They have received technical and academic instructions related to fire protection and pre-hospital emergency care and transportation which are necessary in the performance of their duties and their skills. This instruction shall be continually updated as necessary to maintain certification as required by statute, rules and regulations and changes in medical procedures.
FF/MICT shall perform the duties listed for Firefighter as well as:
Perform diligently and faithfully the duties as assigned by the Department in accordance with the provisions of the standards, applicable Departmental Regulations and Statutes.
Maintain all required medical certifications.
Maintain a perpetual inventory of all medical equipment and supplies assigned to their apparatus.
Maintain a complete knowledge of all appropriate protocols and follow all protocols while administering medical care.
They shall perform such other duties as prescribed by their superior officer and the Chief.
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