Indianapolis EMS believes that in order to best ensure the safety of our patients, community and employees, it is important that everyone receives the COVID-19 vaccine. We believe this duty applies to everyone within the Indianapolis EMS organization, no matter the individual’s job or day-to-day responsibilities. As a condition of employment, Indianapolis EMS requires that all team members receive various vaccinations, including influenza and COVID-19 vaccines, barring an approved exemption. While the COVID-19 vaccination is not required to begin employment, all team members are required to be fully vaccinated by September 20, 2021. New hires will be provided the opportunity to provide proof of previous vaccination, or will be able to receive the vaccine as part of their on-boarding process.

Indianapolis EMS is currently recruiting for full-time EMTs and paramedics to join our service. Apply by Dec. 21 to begin work in late January.

Indianapolis EMS is currently recruiting for the Human Resources Section Chief.

Indianapolis EMS is currently recruiting for an Information Technology Supervisor.

Academic Services is seeking an innovative, motivated paramedic to accept the position of EMS educator. The successful candidate is a paramedic with at least two years of experience in a 9-1-1 system. This position is an exempt position working a regular Monday – Friday schedule with benefits and retirement. The candidate hired for the EMS educator position will be teaching continuing education, EMT classes, as well as recruit academies. Click to apply. EMS Educator

Indianapolis EMS is currently recruiting for part-time supply/logistics technicians.
Learn more about the EMT Trainee program by listening to our recent Eskenazi Health Here for You podcast episode.


Working for Indianapolis EMS means taking a role in one of the most well respected and diverse emergency medical services in the nation, averaging more than 100,000 responses annually. Joining this team is not exclusive to being an ambulance provider as we have roles in administration, community outreach and integrated health care programs.