Paramedic : Full-Time

Upstate Operations · Greenville, South Carolina
Department Upstate Operations
Employment Type Full-Time
Minimum Experience Experienced
Compensation $20-30 per hour


REPORTS TO: Paramedic Field Supervisor

Shift: 12-Hour

As a Paramedic, you have the privilege and opportunity to serve those who need it most. You are an integral part of the healthcare system, and a key member of the Thorne Ambulance Service team. Our paramedics provide compassionate and clinically excellent care to patients in hospitals, skilled nursing facilities, event venues, and beyond. We offer a unique work environment, providing you access to the tools and equipment that you need to be successful in your pursuit of excellence. Our paramedics are partnered with highly qualified Emergency Medical Technicians (EMTs) who provide additional care and support.

Paramedics at Thorne Ambulance Service are offered regular training opportunities to improve upon current knowledge, and to add new skills. Our paramedics, in time, are offered opportunities to serve as Field Training Officers, Field Supervisors, Operations Managers, and more. Whether a seasoned provider, or a new paramedic, you will have an opportunity to grow at Thorne. This is a chance at a career, with internal advancement opportunities available for our top performers. 

At Thorne, you will be compensated at a thriving wage, receiving recognition for your experience, qualifications, and education. You will have the opportunity to work a 12-hour rotation or a 24-hour schedule, depending upon your location, personal preference, and current organizational needs. You will be presented a variety of benefits to care for yourself and your family.

Our Commitment:

As a leading employer of mobile medical providers, Thorne Ambulance Service (TAS) is committed to the industry, and those who serve within it. As industry advocates, our team will consistently fight for better, will always seek to advance our position within the healthcare industry, and will continuously seek opportunities for improvement. We are not a stagnant organization, but a team of industry leaders who are forward-focused, patient and provider centered, and innovative.   We will not accept mediocrity, and we allow the best ideas - your ideas - to win. 

We believe that mobile medicine is a team sport and requires the insight, knowledge, talents, and skills of the collective team. We value the opinion of every individual, and we are solutions-focused when addressing problems within the organization and within the industry. 

Position Requirements:

  • Must be 18 years of age or older at the time of hire
  • Must possess a high school Diploma or GED (degree preferred)
  • Must have and maintain certification as a State & Nationally Registered Paramedic
  • Must possess: 
    1. a valid and current BLS for Healthcare Providers credential
    2. Current ACLS credential
    3. PHTLS & PALS (preferred)
    4. Defensive Driving Credential (preferred)
    5. NIMS 100, 200, 700 & 800 (preferred)
  • Acceptable Motor Vehicle Record (MVR)
  • Strong interpersonal and communication skills

Job Responsibilities:

  • Works as a team to successfully oversee a single ambulance operation.
  • Response to and completion of requests for service in accordance with organizational policy, industry standards, and provider scope of practice.
  • Timely and accurate completion of patient care reports, utilizing strong written communication skills.
  • Direct patient care including the provision of basic and advanced life support.
  • Completion of daily unit check sheets, ensuring all equipment is on-board, in proper working condition, and in date.
  • Maintenance of station(s) and unit(s) in accordance with organizational policy
  • Other duties as assigned

Physical Requirements:

  • Ability to lift, push, pull, and move 150lbs independently (300lbs with a partner)
  • Able and willing to be seated, standing, walking, etc. for lengthy periods of time.
  • Ability to work in extreme temperatures and weather conditions.
  • Ability to successfully mitigate stressful situations with co-worker, healthcare providers, patients, and the general public
  • Flexibility to respond to emergency and non-emergency requests for service at any given time while assigned to a shift, including up until, and beyond, scheduled “off” times.

To Apply:

If you desire to be considered for an opportunity with Thorne, please complete the online application, found on our career page:

While not a requirement, cover letters and resumes may be submitted to Rob Moore, Community Relations Manager:

We encourage interested providers to visit our station locations, speak with our current team members, and have all their questions answered. We want to make sure that we are the right fit for you and your career goals.

Thank You

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  • Location
    Greenville, South Carolina
  • Department
    Upstate Operations
  • Employment Type
  • Minimum Experience
  • Compensation
    $20-30 per hour