Join Our Family

Alert Ambulance Service is on the leading edge of pre-hospital emergency patient care. We are seeking professionals to join our team who are searching for a positive work environment, generous compensation package and the desire to make a difference in helping those in need.


Alert Ambulance Service, Inc. is an equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate against any applicant because of race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability, sexual orientation, gender identity, marital status, veteran status, or any group protected by law.

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 Click here to view the most recent EEOC information

Alert Ambulance, Inc. endeavors to make accessible to any and all users. If you would like to contact us regarding the accessibility of our website or need assistance completing the application process, please contact Catie Morris, Hiring Manager, at

To see a list of Current Openings please click on the Apply Now link below

Apply Now!

Fill Out an Application Online

Please check the “Current Openings” tab to see if we are hiring for the position you are applying for and to see the position requirements.  Click the “Apply Now” button at the bottom of this page to start your online application.  There is also a section in the application that will allow you to upload and attach a resume (PDF and Word docs preferred).  Once you agree to the terms and click “Submit” at the end you will receive an automated e-mail notification informing you that our Human Resources department has received your application.

Human Resources Review

The initial review of your application is completed by our Human Resources Department.  Once their review is complete they will forward your application to the direct Alert Supervisor from the area of interest that you selected.  If you selected multiple areas of interest your application will be sent to the Supervisor who’s coverage area is in more of a need for employees at that time.

Supervisor Review

Each Alert Supervisor will receive and review your application.  References and work history will be checked.  Once their review is completed they will contact you directly by either the phone number or e-mail you listed on your application.  This process can take time so please be patient.

Scheduling an Interview

If you are deemed to be a good candidate for a posted open position after review of your application an Alert Supervisor will contact you via the phone number or e-mail you supplied to schedule an in-person interview.  These interviews will be conducted at the Supervisors base location (addresses can be found by going to .  Please dress business-casual for your interview.

What to Bring:

If applicable to the position you are being interviewed for please make sure you bring the following with you.  For a list of what is required for each job position please see the description in the Current Openings tab to the left:

  • Valid Drivers License
  • State EMT Certification Card
  • NREMT Certification Card
  • CPR and/or ACLS Certification Card
  • Driving Record – This is mandatory for any position requiring a valid Drivers License to perform the job.  Follow the links below to get it online for a fee, or contact your insurance company for a copy (many insurances will provide this to you for free).  You can either print this from home and bring it with you or you can attach it directly to your application.  The requested record should be no older than one month from the date your application is submitted.  An “unattested” driving record will be sufficient for MA License Holders.

What to Expect

Alert Ambulance Orientations run frequently on an as needed basis and are required for any new employee.  Alert has recently implemented self-on-boarding in an effort to go paperless (good for environment/convenient, etc.) and more important than ever now with the changing landscape under the current Covid-19 Pandemic.  You will also be required to complete online training based on your position.  If you do not have a computer or internet access at home we will set up a time for you to come into one of our base locations to complete the this process.

What to Wear:  Please wear a white button down shirt (In order to take your Company ID photo).

What to Bring:  Please bring two forms of ID in order to complete your I9 form.  Please Click Here see attached list of acceptable documents.

Prior Training:  If you have already had any of this specific training already please give your certificate of completion to your Base Supervisor either in person or by e-mail prior to Orientation for proof so you will not have to do it again. If that training is out of date or does not meet our requirement it will be denied.

NOTE:  On this day our Infection Control Officer will administer a PPD Skin Test to all Chair Car and EMT hires.  We will accept a prior PPD test result if you have confirmation of the result within Two Months of your Orientation date.  New hires with a positive PPD history are required to provide proof (Chest X-Ray Confirmation) that they are disease free prior to orientation.

Can I fill out an application in person?

No.  All applications must be filled out online through our website.  If you do not have a computer or internet access please contact us and we will set up a time for you to visit one of our base locations and use a computer to apply.

Will a temporary paper license be o.k. until I get my Drivers License card?

Yes, as long as it is the original paper license issued by a DMV and not a copy.

I don’t have my EMT Certification card yet, can I still apply?

Yes, as long as you have your EMT Certification card in hand by the time of your in-person interview.