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Would you like to work for EMAS? 

 

Would you like to work for EMAS? 

We employ more than 3,200 people at over 70 locations across the East Midlands and can offer you a challenging career, not just a job. 

  

Within this area of the site you can find out plenty more about careers at East Midlands Ambulance Service:

 

Roles

 

Click here for more details about the variety of roles available.

 

Requirements

 

Click here for more details about skill requirements.

  

Current Vacancies

  

All posts are advertised on the NHS Jobs website where you will also find the relevant job descriptions and person specifications.   

  

Meet the team

  

Click here to meet a selection of the wide variety of our frontline EMAS personnel, who as part of the EMAS team provide professional healthcare services to the people of the East Midlands all day, every day.

  

Careers in the Ambulance Service Brochure

  

Click here to download the NHS Careers brochure on Careers in the Ambulance Service.  

 

 

Please note...

 

We hope the information in this area of the site answers any questions you may have about careers at EMAS. However, please also note:

 

- We do not send out application forms or keep a database of the

  people who are interested in a job.

 

- Staff who work in our Recruitment Team are unable to

respond to general employment enquiries. It is therefore important that you refer to the website for initial queries. If the answer to your query is not  provided on our website, please email:

RecruitmentTeam@emas.nhs.uk

 

- We encourage all applicants who are interested in roles in

  EMAS to visit NHS Jobs on a regular basis. The site allows you to

  register an interest in vacancies and receive an email alert when

  we place an advertisement.

 

- We do not currently offer work experience opportunities with our

  frontline ambulance service crews.

 

 

 

 

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If you're looking towards a career with EMAS, a good way to keep in touch with the service is to become a member.
Members receive newsletters and are invited to attend free healthcare events, seminars and meetings - so they can contribute to EMAS' longer term future. 
 Becoming a member is very easy. If you're interested, please click here 
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