The mission of the Divide County Ambulance District is to consistently deliver the best possible emergency medical services to our customers while maintaining an unwaivering commitment to life and safety. We’re people driven. The people in an organization define it. Our expertise, professionalism, and compassion define us. We are dedicated to community service, and we find honor in delivering care in a way that reflects our dedication to constant improvement and our responsiveness.
We provide health, vision, and dental insurance through Blue Cross Blue Shield of North Dakota. Premiums for a single health plan are covered by the ambulance district at no cost to the employee.
Vision insurance is provided through VSP.
We provide an Employee Assistance Program free of charge for all employees.
The ambulance district, through a partnership with St. Luke’s Medical Center, has a retirement plan for its employees.
Life insurance is provided through the ambulance district.
As a government ambulance service, employees of the district qualify for Line of Duty Death benefits through the Department of Justice Bureau of Justice Affairs.
The ambulance district subsidizes continuing education for employees, including required refreshers and certifications.
An education fund is available to offset costs of attending conferences and trainings for employees.
Employees are encouraged to attend trainings offered through the National Fire Academy and Center for Domestic Preparedness at no cost to the employee.
The ambulance district hosts skill based education sessions throughout the year. Some topics include airway management, SALAD, surgical procedures, human factors, and more.
For employees looking to practice at the Advanced Practice Paramedic level, we provide a university level critical care paramedic training, as well as specialty trainings in fields such as point of care ultrasound, ventilator management, and prehospital anesthesia.
Advanced EMTs employed by the district may work in an in-hospital setting as an opportunity to better understand in-hospital care.
Paramedics employed by the district may work in an in-hospital setting. As an in-hospital provider, the Paramedic is limited in Scope of Practice only by the Physician Medical Director, and may be privileged to perform invasive procedures within the hospital.
We provide our staff with updated equipment, such as:
Combined with our progressive patient care guidelines, we give you the tools and training to provide the best care possible.
This paid-on-call program allows members of the local community to serve their fellow community members.
This position is open.
The EMT (Emergency Medical Technician) is the first level of prehospital care provider.
This position is closed.
The Paramedic is an advanced life support provider of prehospital care. Paramedics in our system work with Ambulance Operators, First Responders, and EMTs to respond to emergencies. Paramedics with the Divide County Ambulance District are credentialed by the Physician Medical Director to perform invasive skills, and may be privileged by St. Luke’s Medical Center to provide care within the hospital.
This position is closed.
The Advanced Practice Paramedic is a position that may only be transferred into. This position is for highly educated and trained providers with a drive for knowledge and a higher scope of practice. The APP is credentialed by the Physician Medical Director to perform highly invasive procedures, some of which are surgical. The APP is capable of providing for the sickest patients we see and utilizes critical thinking and prior education/training to care for a patient, not just treatment protocols.
The Divide County Ambulance District is committed to compliance with the American Disabilities Act. If you require reasonable accommodation during the application process or have a question regarding an essential job function, please call (701) 713-6038.
The Divide County Ambulance District will not discriminate against any applicant or employee based on race, creed, color, national origin, sex, gender identity, age, religion, veteran status, disability, or sexual orientation. In addition, we will not discriminate in employment decisions on the basis of an individual’s AIDS, AIDS Related Complex, or HIV status; nor will we discriminate against individuals who are perceived to be at risk of HIV infection, or who associate with individuals who are believed to be at risk.
702 1st Street • Crosby, ND 58730
PO Box 31 • Crosby ND 58730