Do you want to save a life and get paid? EMAS are recruiting frontline staff
East Midlands Ambulance Service are looking for keen recruits to save peoples lives while responding to 999 calls.
The service is asking that recruits are " physically fit, reliable, confident, caring and an empathetic individual."
A EMAS spokesman said: "To deliver high quality care to patients and their loved ones, you will be able to work well under pressure as an individual and as part of a team."
Requirements for the job include a clean full driving licence, including Categories B with two years driving experience.
Also applicants will need a minimum of five GSCE’s or equivalent at Grade C or above, including Maths, English and Science.