Our Big Green Family

East Midlands Ambulance Service NHS Trust employs over 4,300 staff across the region. Our services are supported by over 1,550 volunteers. Together, we provide urgent and emergency services that save lives.

No two days at EMAS are ever the same. From the patients you will meet to the places you will see, your career at EMAS will be varied and interesting from the first day to the last.

You will be supported by experts and join a team that is dedicated to delivering safe, effective, compassionate patient care.

Watch our video to hear from some of the incredible people who make up Team EMAS. 

Benefits of the job

Everyone at EMAS plays a part to support patients in their time of greatest need. You'll be able to make a real difference to people's lives every day.

As an NHS organisation, EMAS abides by NHS Agenda for Change. Individuals directly employed by EMAS are entitled to:

  • Career and salary progression in line with their experience
  • Membership of the NHS Pension Scheme
  • Salary Sacrifice Schemes, including childcare vouchers, cycle to work and lease cars
  • Holiday entitlement of 27 days per year, rising to 29 days after 5 years' NHS service, and 33 days after 10 years’ service
  • Pay enhancements for out of hours, shift and overtime working
  • Career break opportunities.

NHS employees can also choose to join the Blue Light Scheme, which entitles members to discounts across a large range of services and businesses.

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EMAS is committed to supporting equality, diversity and inclusion in the workplace. We promote equality of opportunity, value diversity and ensure dignity and respect for all colleagues.

We are passionate about ensuring fair and equal access to services and the care and welfare of all patients.

We are a Rainbow Accredited organisation, and a Veteran Aware and Disability Confident employer. We actively encourage applications from across the diverse communities that we serve.

Find out about equality, diversity and inclusion at EMAS.


Start your career at EMAS

We regularly advertise vacancies for frontline and supporting services roles, including: 

  • ambulance technicians

  • urgent care assistants

  • paramedics

  • project managers and project administrators

  • 999 call takers

  • specialists in safeguarding, mental health, IT, HR and recruitment

  • non-emergency drivers.

We provide continuous development opportunities, training, and clinical supervision.
Find out how to apply, and view our current vacancies.

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