In order to meet the growing needs of the campus community, Montclair State University EMS, in cooperation with the Office of Residential Education and Services, has developed the Resident Emergency Medical Technician Program. This program is designed to increase the availability of emergency medical technicians (EMTs) on campus to respond to emergency calls. In the program, resident EMTs provide on-call service during evening and weekend hours, in addition to their regular daily shifts. In exchange for their service, EMTs are provided a room on campus in the Village at Little Falls. Resident EMTs also qualify for priority registration.
A strong commitment to Montclair State University EMS and to providing quality care to the campus community is required. If selected, the resident EMT will be responsible for being on campus and on-call a minimum of one night per week (11 p.m. to 8 a.m.), three day shifts per week (12 hours total), and two weekends per month. In addition, the resident EMT agrees to carry a radio and assist in handling emergency calls whenever possible. EMTs will also be responsible for attending all scheduled EMS meetings and training. Current MSU EMS department service is required before being able to apply for an open position.
Number of Positions Available
Positions become available on an as needed basis. Announcements will be made as positions become available.
Applicants for the resident EMT program must meet the following requirements:
- Current MSU EMS EMT (Must be in cleared status)
- Must be a current full-time Montclair State University student (at least 12 credits)
- Must have a grade point average of 2.5 or above
- Must be in good standing with the Office of Residential Education and Services
- Must possess a valid driver’s license, clean driving record and two years driving experience
- Current certification as an EMT-Basic (NJ, National Registry, or other state recognized by OEMS)
- Current certification in Healthcare CPR (AHA, ARC, NSC)
- Current certification in EVOC (Course given by the department during Training Week)
- Must have certification in HAZMAT Awareness and WMD/CBRNE Awareness
- Must have completed ICS-100, 200, 700, and 800 (can be completed online)
- Experience working with an EMS service is preferred
- CPR/First Aid Instructor certification preferred but not required