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The Elite



A day in the life of an EMT is filled with a healthy blend of routine and often the unexpected. Apply if you're interested in a career that keeps you on your toes and gives you a sense of fulfillment each day. 

Cavalry Ambulance proudly serves the Greater Riverside area and the Inland Empire. Both locally owned and operated, Cavalry provides a wonderful career path for highly motivated and compassionate candidates that seek diversity in their daily schedule. Our company is extremely supportive and desires to work with your ongoing educational goals.



Emergency Medical Technicians (EMT)


  • Current California EMT card (any county)

  • American Heart Association CPR card

  • California driver's license

  • Ambulance driver's license

  • Medical examiners card

  • Pass a written exam and skills verification

  • Oral interview

  • Drug testing

  • Driving record verified

  • TB tested 

  • BAC. tested




  • Proof of at least 2 years of full-time experience working in critical care as a RN within the last 5 years (i.e. ICU, ER, PACU).

  • Current ACLS, and PALS.

  • Unencumbered and current California RN license

  • A valid Driver's License.

  • Trauma certification expected within six months of hire (TNCC, PHTLS, ATLS, etc...).

  • Preferred certifications include CEN, MICN, EMT-P and/or CCRN.

Minimum Qualifications

Critical Care Transport Nurse (CCT RN), responsibilities include critical care and advanced cardiac life support to critically ill and injured patients transported by ambulance. The CCT RN is able to perform patient assessments, treatments and monitoring of critical level patients during inter-facility transports. The CCT RN has the ability to independently operate and monitor a multi-channel IV pump, cardiac monitor, and ventilator. The CCT RN must have the ability to make independent decisions and possess critical thinking skills to maintain or improve patient health status during transport.


Dispatcher / Emergency Medical Technician


  • EMT Certification Preferred

  • EMD Certification Accepted

  • A working knowledge of Word and Excel

  • Business phone etiquette / Communication Skills


Start or grow your EMS career with Cavalry

After proficient testing and a successful interview, all hired employees are required to attend orientation and training prior to placement with an FTO (field training officer). Completion of field training marks the start of your introductory period. Upon completion of your introductory period and comprehensive training you will be eligible to receive an EMS badge.


Click the link "Apply Now" to email your resume to Cavalry Ambulance. You may also email directly.

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