Harrison County Emergency Squad, a West Virginia non-profit corporation, is one of the leading providers of pre-hospital and intra-hospital ambulance services in West Virginia. Established in 1966, its mission states, “to provide the citizens of Harrison County with excellent emergency ambulance service regardless of their ability to pay
HCES is now accepting applications for a highly skilled and motivated Paramedics and EMT's. Applicants are required to hold current West Virginia EMT-P/ EMT-B level certification or have means to obtain such certification through reciprocity.
In addition applicants must have a valid driver’s license, EVOC, be willing to subject to a criminal background check, and must also pass a drug test.
Applicants must possess good verbal and written communication skills. Applicants should have a firm grasp on all skills and protocols appropriate to his/her level of training. If this sounds like you and you want to be part of the largest agency in Harrison County.
Download your application at www.harrcoems.org located under the career section.
Applications can be submitted in person or mailed to Chuck McWilliams Attention Human Resources at 1000 N 12th Street, Clarksburg, West Virginia. Further information you can call (304) 326-6600.
- Competitive pay
- Medical, Dental, Vision (Available Full-time)
- 12, 16 or 24 hour shifts
- Uniforms provided
- In House Training provided
- YMCA Membership (Family Membership Available)
- 401K Retirement
Harrison County Emergency Squad is an Equal Opportunity Employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, religion, belief, color, national, social, ethnic origin, ancestry, sex (including pregnancy), age, veteran status, sexual orientation, gender identity and/or expression, domestic or partnership status, blindness, or disability.
Welcome to the Harrison County Emergency Squad
Welcome to the Harrison County Emergency Squad (herein referred to HCES). Our organization is dedicated to the care and transport of the sick and injured, the maintenance of health, the education of health professionals, and the search for better methods of treatment and for knowledge of the causes of human illness.
In everything we do, care of the patient comes first. Our standard of quality is excellence. The patient is the judge of that quality in his or her experience of the care we offer and the services we provide on scene and during transport to the hospital. It is the responsibility of everyone at HCES to see that patients and their families are treated with all the care and concern they need during a difficult time in their lives.
Emergency Medical Services (“EMS”) is both a challenging and uniquely rewarding work environment. Our success is totally dependent on having trained emergency medical professionals committed to our quality and patient first values. HCES expects its employees to be fully dedicated to providing premier care for its patients; it is our goal to offer the strongest commitment and support to our employees.
We welcome you to the Harrison County Emergency Squad, Inc. website for more information about the organization, training, billing. and othe additional links for imformation only.
Richard B. Rock
Heartsaver and Healthcare Provider CPR Classes
will be offered to the community on
every 3rd Wednesday of each month for $25.
9:00 am-12:00 pm
1:00 pm-4:00 pm
Mixed Provdier class
6:00 pm-9:00 pm
HARRISON COUNTY EMERGENCY SQUAD
1000 N. 12th Street
Clarksburg, WV 26301
You can also check our Training Calendar at:
Call 304-326-6600 to RSVP