Ghana National Ambulance Service Entry Requirement

Ghana National Ambulance Service Entry Requirement

The Ministry of Health is Recruits Qualified DRIVERS to be trained as Emergency Medical Technicians (EMTs) Drivers – in the National Ambulance Service.

•  The EMTs would work as Drivers in the Ambulances of the National Ambulance Service

Training:

•  Selected Applicants would go through intensive 12 Months Academic Training which involves: Physical Exercises, Foot Drills and Practical Attachments at Emergency and Trauma Centres at Selected Hospitals and Ambulance Stations

Qualification Required & Experience

Category of Personnel: Drivers (Both Male and Female)

Minimum Educational Qualification: Candidates must possess the following:

•  Ghanaian Driving Licence at least Category “C”
•  SSSCE, WASSCE, GCE, MVM, MVT Parts 1&2, OR Three (3) Years NVTI Certificate in a relevant course

General Information:

•  Age: Applicants must be between 21 and 35 years old (by end of 2013)
•  Be physically Fit by Para Military Standards
•  Clean Police Record
•  Willing to work at odd and long hours
•  Not allergic to Bloody and trauma situations
•  Be prepared and Ready to work in any part of the Country especially in Districts outside the Regional capitals

How To Apply For The Job

Application letters must include detailed CVs, postal address & telephone numbers, Photocopies of – School Certificates, Birth Certificates and Driving Licences. Applications must be addressed to:

THE CHIEF DIRECTOR
MINISTRY OF HEALTH
P. O. BOX M 44
ACCRA