Ambulance is a unique working environment, where the actions of each employee contribute to the ultimate aim of caring for our patients. While the lifesaving work of our paramedics is the cornerstone of Ambulance Victoria, what goes on behind the scenes is just as important to helping us help the community. With more than 4000 employees, there are a variety of jobs out on the road and in our support functions including finance, people services, IT, payroll, operational projects and many others. A career at Ambulance Victoria is so much more than just a job, it is a real way to make a difference.
To work as a paramedic with AV, you must be a citizen of Australia or New Zealand, or be an Australian Permanent Resident. You must also hold a full driver’s licence or have held a probationary licence as P2 for at least a year.
As a First Responder you will support Ambulance Victoria to respond to emergencies in rural and remote Victoria, working alongside paramedics to deliver exceptional patient care.
First Responders are dispatched to “000” calls in their communities to provide life saving interventions and medical care to patients. They attend traffic accidents, respiratory and cardiac cases and other incidents requiring emergency care. A medical background is not required as you’ll undertake training to develop and maintain your life-saving skills.
To work as a First Responder with AV, you must be a citizen of Australia or New Zealand, or be an Australian Permanent Resident. You must also hold a full driver’s licence or probationary licence as P2 licence and be willing to commit to regular on-call shifts and training.
Thinking about work experience at Ambulance Victoria?
Unfortunately, due to occupational health and safety rules along with privacy requirements, Ambulance Victoria is unable to offer work experience opportunities. This includes both on road and corporate offices.