2023 Conference - Save the Date!

The EMS Administrators’ Association of California (EMSAAC) cordially invites California’s EMS leaders and professionals to join us for the EMSAAC Annual Conference 2023 at the Omni San Diego Hotel in the heart of the San Diego Gaslamp Quarter. EMSAAC continues to lead the way in creating conferences that are meaningful and exciting to attend. 

Each year, the EMSAAC Conference provides a broad variety of subject matter to interest all levels of prehospital care personnel and managers including ambulance providers, fire department personnel, military and law enforcement partners, EMS agency personnel, ED nurses, physicians, emergency preparedness coordinators and all of you who provide lifesaving emergency medical services to your communities. The conference includes lectures, panel discussions and opportunities to network with current leaders and innovators in EMS as well as preview new and upcoming equipment, products and services.

Register today!
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Employment Opportunity: Emergency Medical Services (EMS) Specialist, Santa Barbara County

The Santa Barbara County Emergency Medical Services Agency (SBCEMSA) is currently offering an excellent opportunity for individuals interested in serving the County of Santa Barbara as an Emergency Medical Services (EMS) Specialist. This is a full-time, permanent position in Santa Barbara.

This is a staff level professional position that reports to the EMS Systems Coordinator and performs administrative, analytical and support activities to ensure EMS providers in the County conform with Federal, State and local regulations, as well as contractual requirements, related to the delivery of pre-hospital emergency medical care.
This position's responsibilities will include monitoring compliance of the EMS stakeholders and providers with contractual and statutory requirements; supporting Continuous Quality Improvement (CQI) efforts; monitoring day-to-day EMS system data; provider inspections; project support; other duties as assigned. The appointee must be physically able to lift heavy items up to 30 pounds above and below shoulder height, climb ladders and perform continuous standing, walking, reaching, and bending; duties may require working in environments such as warehouses, medical shelters, Point of distribution (POD) locations, and at the scene of disasters or Mass Casualty Incidents.

For PRIORITY FIRST CONSIDERATION, your application must be received by March 22, 2021.


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