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Paramedic/Advanced EMT position is a part-time position employed by Music Event Management Incorporated (MEMI) with a flexible schedule and a variety of available hours. The Paramedic/Advanced EMT team performs emergency medical care to the sick and/or injured guests at our concerts and shows. Candidates will be responsible for performing tasks related to EMS operations and for routine tasks in the maintenance of EMS facilities and equipment. 


  • Administers emergency medical care to patients as needed and or directed. 
  • Administer Advanced Life Support and care to injured/sick individuals. 
  • Examines patients using advanced diagnostic devices and techniques.
  • Takes and records vital signs as well as monitors patient condition.
  • Consults with medical professionals on treatment, and follows written medical treatment protocols issued.
  • Defibrillates, intubates, starts intravenous fluids, administers medications and performs additional procedures as required.
  • Provide continuum of care from MEMI grounds throughout transport to the hospital as required.
  • Perform advanced life support duties in the protection of life and property, often requiring physical movement among different levels of buildings and structures.
  • Communicates accurately and effectively with MEMI personnel, officers, government agencies, and the general public regarding EMS related incidents. 
  • Prepare required incident and/or patient care reports as required or when directed.
  • Wear/carry required protective clothing and gear while performing EMS activities.
  • Stock medical supplies and clean the EMS facilities and equipment. 
  • Other duties as assigned.
  • Knowledge regarding the use of equipment for EMS related duties.
  • Knowledge of EMS methods, practices, and procedures, with the ability to apply knowledge or proper procedures to specific situations.
  • Ability to analyze situations and act quickly and efficiently.
  • Provide excellent customer service and guest relations for patients and patients’ family and friends.
  • Ability to walk, stand and lift for duration of scheduled shift. 
  • Ability to lift up to 50lbs. 
  • Work in a safe manner, observing all safety rules and pose no direct threat or injury to another. 
  • Ability to work in a team while managing large numbers of patients and guests. 

Available Shifts:

  • Start  varies upon based on needs of shows, but usually in the afternoon or evenings. 
  • Duration of  shift varies upon the needs of the show, approximately 4 to 14 hours.

Pay: starting at $23/hr

15 to 20 open positions available