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1 RN HELICOPTER Life Link III s helicopter service provides on-scene emergency response and inter-facility transport. Our helicopters are equipped to handle any type of critically ill or injured patient. Flight crews consist of highly-qualified nurses and paramedics, specially trained in critical care, along with experienced EMS pilots. inter-facility transport. Our ground operations are based in Minneapolis, MN, with a 911 base in St. Croix Falls, WI. Helicopters are based in St. Cloud, Hutchinson and Eden Prairie, MN; Rice Lake, and New Richmond, WI. We have fulltime, part-time and casual positions available. Current MN and WI RN license (both required at time of hire). Current Certifications: ACLS; BCLS; PALS or ENPC; BTLS, TNCC, FNATC or ATLS. Three years experience adult ICU, CCU, or ED. Two years driving experience. Clinician must weigh 220 pounds or less (including gear). Interested candidates must submit Life Link III s application with resume, cover letter and copies of all credentials. An application can be downloaded from /app.pdf and faxed to HR/ Please indicate your preference for work location(s).

2 PARAMEDIC HELICOPTER Life Link III s helicopter service provides on-scene emergency response and inter-facility transport. Our helicopters are equipped to handle any type of critically ill or injured patient. Flight crews consist of highly-qualified nurses and paramedics, specially trained in critical care, along with experienced EMS pilots. inter-facility transport. Our ground operations are based in Minneapolis, MN, with a 911 base in St. Croix Falls, WI. Helicopters are based in St. Cloud, Hutchinson and Eden Prairie, MN; Rice Lake, and New Richmond, WI. We have fulltime, part-time and casual Paramedic positions available. Current MN and WI Paramedic license (both required at time of hire). Current Certifications: ACLS, BCLS; BTLS or ATLS; PALS, ENPC, or PEPP. 2 years driving experience. Clinician must weigh 220 pounds or less (including gear). Interested candidates must submit Life Link III s application with resume, cover letter and copies of all credentials. An application can be downloaded from and faxed to HR/ Please indicate your preference for work location(s).

3 EMERGENCY MEDICAL TECHNICIAN (EMT) Life Link III provides Special Transportation (Wheelchair), BLS, ALS and Critical Care inter-facility transportation. Patient care teams consist of Registered Nurses, Paramedics and EMTs; care teams are configured based on the needs of each patient. Our ground operations are based in Minneapolis, MN, with a 911 base in St. Croix Falls, WI, and five helicopter bases located throughout Minnesota and western Wisconsin. We are seeking full-time EMTs to work at our Minneapolis location. 0.9 FTE, 36 hours/wk, 8 and 12 hour shifts, benefits eligible, union, $12.40 starting pay Minimum Qualifications Current MN and WI EMT certification (both required at time of hire). Current BCLS Certification. Valid driver s license. 2 years driving experience. Interested candidates must submit Life Link III s application with resume, cover letter, and copies of all credentials. An application can be downloaded from and faxed to HR RN REGISTERED NURSE GROUND throughout the United States via ground, helicopter, and airplane ambulance. We are a non-profit consortium and members include: Hospital, Sacred Heart Hospital,( Eau Claire, WI), St. Cloud Hospital/CentraCare Health System and St. Luke s Hospital Duluth. Life Link III provides Special Transportation (Wheelchair), BLS, ALS and Critical Care inter-facility transportation. Patient care teams consist of Registered Nurses, Paramedics and EMTs; care teams are configured based on the needs of each patient. Our ground operations are based in Minneapolis, MN, with a 911 base in St. Croix Falls, WI, and five helicopter bases located throughout Minnesota and western Wisconsin. We are seeking a full-time RN to join our team of Paramedics and EMTs at our Minneapolis location. 0.9 FTE, 36 hours/wk, benefits eligible, union. Qualifications Current MN and WI RN license (both required at time of hire). Current Certifications: ACLS; BCLS; PALS or ENPC; BTLS, TNCC, FNATC or ATLS. Three years experience adult ICU, CCU, or ED. 2 years driving experience Interested candidates must submit Life Link III s application with resume and copies of all credentials. Applications may be downloaded from our website at and faxed to HR/

4 PARAMEDIC GROUND inter-facility transportation. Patient care teams consist of Registered Nurses, Paramedics and EMTs; care teams are configured based on the needs of each patient. Our ground operations are based in Minneapolis, MN, with a 911 base in St. Croix Falls, WI, and five helicopter bases located throughout Minnesota and western Wisconsin. We are seeking Paramedics to work at our Minneapolis location. 0.9 FTE, 36 hours/wk, 8 and 12 hour shifts Monday- Sunday, benefits eligible, contract. Current MN and WI Paramedic license (both required at time of hire). Current Certifications: ACLS, BCLS; BTLS or ATLS; PALS, ENPC, or PEPP. 2 years driving experience. Interested candidates must submit Life Link III s application with resume and copies of all credentials. Applications may be downloaded from our website at and fax to HR/

5 COMMUNICATIONS SPECIALIST (DISPATCH) Hospital, Sacred Heart Hospital,( Eau Claire, WI ) St. Cloud Hospital/CentraCare Health System, and St. Luke s Hospital Duluth. inter-facility transportation. Patient care teams consist of Registered Nurses, Paramedics and EMTs; care teams are configured based on the needs of each patient. Our ground operations are based in Minneapolis, MN, with a 911 base in St. Croix Falls, WI, and five helicopter bases located throughout Minnesota and western Wisconsin. We have full-time and part-time positions available in our Communications Center at Minneapolis. Full-time 40 hrs/wk, 1.0 FTE, contract; Part-time 24 hrs/wk, 0.6 FTE, contract. As a Communications Specialist, primary duties and responsibilities include the following, however, other duties and responsibilities may be assigned. Receive incoming telephone and radio requests for service and information. Activate all Life Link III missions; fixed wing, rotor wing, ground and in-hospital assistance. Maintain radio communications and flight following activities. Operate all communications equipment, including radio and telephone systems. Maintain effective communications between agency/requestor, flight and ground personnel and receiving facility. Maintain an accurate, detailed log of all transport activity. Coordinate requests and schedule all pre-planned medical missions with sending and receiving facilities and support agencies. Direct to, or arrange for, service of other aircraft or EMS agency. Implement proper procedures for notification of Life Link III administrative personnel and aircraft vendor in the event of problems, incidents, or accidents. Requirements Current EMT or higher level of medical certification/licensure; Previous dispatching experience; Strong comprehension of medical terminology; Strong human relation skills and the ability to function calmly under high pressure situations; Previous experience with computers and multi-phone line environment preferred; Interested candidates must submit Life Link III s application with resume and copies of all credentials. Applications may be downloaded from our website at and fax to HR/

6 Driver- Wheelchair Van Link III is a comprehensive medical transport system, CAMTS certified. We provide Special Transportation (Wheelchair), Basic Life Support (BLS), Advanced Life Support (ALS) and Critical Care inter-facility transport for patients in Minnesota and throughout the United States via ground, helicopter and fixed wing ambulance. Life Link III s ground operations are based in Minneapolis, along with helicopter bases throughout Minnesota and western Wisconsin. The Special Transport Technician is responsible for the direct and safe wheelchair transportation of patients (and their belongings) to and from hospitals, clinics, nursing homes, assisted living facilities, and private residences by the use of a transport van. A lot of the transports are wheelchair bound clients, though assistance in transfers may be needed in to/out of the wheelchair and/or passenger seat/bench of the van, and walking up/down stairs with patients. Lift/maneuver patients while in wheelchairs in order to position and tie down wheels. Wheelchairs are lifted up/down stairs as well. Be able to lift and carry 50 pounds or more occasionally. A Life Link III application must accompany all resumes. One can be obtained from the link below. We have fulltime positions available 1.0 FTE, 40 hrs/wk, 8 to 12 hour shifts, Monday-Sunday, no overnight hours; contract, benefits eligible, $10.43/hr. Requirements Minimum one year driving experience. Valid driver s license. Must meet all DOT requirements covering position. /app.pdf EMT- ST. CROIX FALLS, WI Life Link III provides Special Transportation (Wheelchair), BLS, ALS and Critical Care inter-facility transportation. Patient care teams consist of Registered Nurses, Paramedics and EMTs; care teams are configured based on the needs of each patient. Our ground operations are based in Minneapolis, MN, with a 911 base in St. Croix Falls, WI, and five helicopter bases located throughout Minnesota and western Wisconsin. We are seeking EMTs to work at our 911 St. Croix Falls location that also provides inter-facility transportation services. 0.9 FTE, 36 hrs/wk, (24 hr shifts - 12 regular/12 on call), noncontract, benefits eligible. Location address: Life Link III, 218 State Street, St. Croix Falls, WI. Current MN and WI EMT certification (both required at time of hire). Current BCLS Certification. Valid driver s license. 2 years driving experience Emergency personnel working for Life Link III are responsible for administering Basic Life Saving (BLS) and Advanced Life Saving (ALS) services to patients as requested. The emergency worker will arrive to the call by way of a transport van, ambulance, helicopter or fixed wing aircraft (depending upon circumstances). On average, emergency personnel will respond to approximately 8 calls during their shift and work in a team of 2 people. Typically personnel are involved in up to 2 scene calls per week. **customer responses overwhelmingly rated the knowledge, professionalism and courtesy of our clinical crews at top levels. Responses included many comments about how much customers enjoy working with our crews.

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