HOW TO APPLY FOR THE JOB
1. Complete and Print LifeLine Job Application
2. Compile Supporting Documentation
(Please note where original documents are required)
3. Submit Application and Supporting Documentation in Person or via Email
(632 E. Thompson Blvd. Ventura, CA 93001 or via email at: HR@lifelineems.net)
4. For questions regarding application process email: HR@lifelineems.net
Application Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
What is a Medical Examiners Certificate and how do I get one?
The DMV requires all persons who will be operating an ambulance be physically fit enough to do so, as such they require a “Physical” be completed by a licensed, Department of Transportation (DOT) approved Medical Examiner. All you have to do is make an appointment with an approved Medical Examiner and let them know you need a medical exam to work on an ambulance. They should have all the required forms Here is a link to the US Department of Transportation website where a list of approved Medical Examiners can be found:
Now that I have completed my Medical Exam what should I do with the forms?
First, make a copy of every form for your records. The DMV Tends to misplace forms.
Second, deliver your completed medical exam to the DMV and ask for a receipt of delivery (if possible)
How do I obtain an Ambulance Driver Permit?
An Ambulance Driver Permit allows you to operate an Ambulance in the state of California, think of it like a driver’s license for an ambulance.
In order to get an Ambulance Driver Permit, first you must complete your Medical Examiners Certificate (See above), once that has been completed you can either make an appointment at the DMV or show up and request to take the Ambulance Drivers Test. It is a written test that you must pass successfully in order to receive your permit. A study guide can be purchased at the DMV
What is the H-6 DMV Form and where do I get it?
The H6 is a copy of your driving record. You can obtain a copy of your driving record at any local DMV office.
How do I get ICS-100 & ICS-200 certifications?
You can obtain your Incident Command Systems (ICS) certifications by taking the free online course offered through fema.gov. Here is a link to their system