St John Ambulance Australia (WA) is a unique Ambulance Service as we provide progression in education and training for our Paramedics and Ambulance Officers.
The importance of ongoing professional development is fundamental to our staff and organisation. Embarking on a career with St John Ambulance WA provides opportunity for promotion and a range of excellent employment benefits.
If you are located overseas, interstate or in Western Australia and are interested in joining our unique Ambulance Service register your interest now!
“It’s a rewarding job that allows you to help people every day.”Paramedic (Lekkisha Duncan)
Employment sponsorship and the visa process will commence once a candidate is successful through the recruitment process. St John Ambulance will pay for the administration and application of the 457 visa.
Fees incurred from further requirements of the visa process, including the medical and X-rays, driver’s licence conversion or tests, police clearances, document translation (if not in English) and certification and any other costs associated with the relocation, are the candidates responsibility.
To be considered for a position as qualified paramedic you’ll need to have previous training and working experience in emergency ambulance operations.
Salary and Benefits
Rates of pay for Paramedics are as follows:
|Position||Base Rate Weekly
||Hourly Rate||Total Annually|
|Ambulance Paramedic - AP1||$1,095.55||$28.83||$76,890.50|
|Ambulance Paramedic - AP2
|Ambulance Paramedic - AP3
Ordinary hours of work vary from 42 to 44 hours with eight weeks leave per annum.
The Functional Capacity Evaluation is the physical component of the recruitment process. Download the fitness test for details.
Talk to Us
For further information on this position please email email@example.com or call 1800 086 751.
The information contained on this website is correct as of November 2010. Please note that entry, prerequisites and conditions of employment may change without notice.