Apply for one of the following open positions as a Career Member of South Branch Emergency Services and be part of a team that saves lives!
No experience is necessary - if you have the will to help, we will show you the way. Training is free for volunteers.
South Branch was formed in July 2020 with the merger of Clinton First Aid & Rescue Squad and High Bridge Emergency Squad - two organizations with long histories of providing essential medical and emergency services to the community. Career members of the organization support the core missions of the organization, from EMS to Education.
There are many ways to serve, and volunteers are needed in all categories:
Emergency Medical Technicians (EMTs) provide immediate care to the ill and injured and transport the patient to the hospital, with a minimum of 2 years 9-1-1 EMS experience.
Per Diem - Minimum of 4 shifts per month on an availability-based schedule
Part Time - 24-26 hours of scheduled time per week, benefits per current policy
Full Time - 36-40 hours of scheduled time per week, benefits per current policy
EMT Trainee's provide immediate care to the ill and injured and transport the patient to the hospital, but may not yet have 2 years experience in a 9-1-1 EMS system.
EMT Instructor Aides
Fill out our application on the link below or call us at 908-735-4012 x132
South Branch Emergency Services: Stronger. Better. Together.
Applicants are considered for all positions without regard to race, creed, color, national origin, sex, affectional or sexual orientation, age, religion, marital or veterans status, or disability. It is up to the applicant to inform SBES of any requested reasonable accommodation necessary to meet the job requirements of the position applied for.
South Branch Emergency Services will not tolerate any form of discrimination or sexual harassment.
South Branch Emergency Services, Inc. is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
Proudly Serving the Town of Clinton, Clinton Township, Lebanon Borough, High Bridge Borough, Hampton Borough, Glen Gardner Borough and portions of Franklin, Bethlehem and Union Townships since 1953