Gold Cross Locations

Albert Lea

Gold Cross in Albert Lea, Minn., hires nationally registered paramedics and EMTs to fill full-time, part-time and casual (no pre-scheduled hours) positions.

  • Full-time paramedics and EMTs are scheduled to work 40 hours on duty and 24 hours on call a week; part-time schedules vary.
  • Paramedics and EMTs are scheduled for shifts that are 12 hours in length.
  • Casual paramedics and EMTs are required to work at least one duty or one call shift a month.
  • While on call, the maximum response time for callback activation is 10 minutes.
  • Albert Lea typically has two advanced life support (ALS) units on duty. During the night hours, one of those units is on call.
  • Ambulance duty is primarily 911 and local nonemergency calls as well as local and long-distance inter-facility transfers.
  • Full-time and part-time team members scheduled for more than 20 hours a week are eligible for benefits their first day of employment.
  • Albert Lea is also a hospital-based site with various Emergency Department responsibilities when not handling 911 calls, non-emergent calls, or inter-facility transfers.

Austin

Gold Cross in Austin, Minn., hires nationally registered paramedics and EMTs to fill full-time, part-time and casual (no pre-scheduled hours) positions.

  • Full-time paramedics and EMTs are scheduled to work 40 hours on duty and 24 hours on call a week; part-time schedules vary.
  • Paramedics and EMTs are scheduled for shifts of eight, 10, 12 and occasionally 16 hours in length a week.
  • Casual paramedics and EMTs are required to work at least one duty or one call shift or both a 28-day schedule.
  • While on call, the maximum response time for callback activation is 10 minutes.
  • Austin typically has one or two advanced life support (ALS) units on duty, with an additional crew on call, depending on the time of day and day of week.
  • Ambulance duty is primarily 911 and local nonemergency calls as well as local and long-distance interfacility transfers.
  • Full-time and part-time team members scheduled for more than 20 hours a week are eligible for benefits their first day of employment.

Duluth-Superior

Gold Cross in Duluth, Minn., and Superior, Wis., hires nationally registered paramedics and EMTs to fill full-time, part-time and casual (no pre-scheduled hours) positions.

  • Part-time team members are eligible to move into full-time positions as they become available.
  • Casual paramedics and EMTs are required to work at least one duty shift a 28-day schedule.
  • There is no scheduled on-call duty required; team members may elect to be available for emergency and extra-duty callback.
  • Duluth-Superior typically has four to seven ALS units on duty, depending on the time of day and day of week.
  • Ambulance duty is primarily 911 and local nonemergency calls as well as local and long-distance interfacility transfers.
  • Full- and part-time team members are eligible for benefits according to the Duluth labor agreement.

Eau Claire

Gold Cross in Eau Claire, Wis., hires nationally registered paramedics and EMTs to fill full-time, part-time and casual (no pre-scheduled hours) positions.

  • Full-time paramedics and EMTs are scheduled to work 40 hours on duty and 24 hours on call a week; part-time schedules vary.
  • Paramedics and EMTs are scheduled for shifts 10 hours in length.
  • Team members work 10 hours and are paid on call for the following 14 hours.
  • Team members work in the Mayo Clinic Health System — Eau Claire Hospital emergency department when not on ambulance responses.
  • Casual paramedics and EMTs are required to work at least one duty and one call shift a 28-day schedule.
  • While on call, the maximum response time for callback activation is 10 minutes.
  • Eau Claire typically has one ALS unit on duty.
  • Ambulance duty includes local and long-distance interfacility transfers and local mutual aid for 911 requests.
  • Full-time and part-time team members scheduled for more than 20 hours a week are eligible for benefits their first day of employment.

Fairmont

Gold Cross in Fairmont, Minn., hires nationally registered paramedics and EMTs to fill full-time, part-time and casual (no pre-scheduled hours) positions.

  • Full-time paramedics and EMTs are scheduled to work 36 hours on duty and 36 hours on call a week; part-time schedules vary.
  • Paramedics and EMTs are scheduled for shifts 12 hours in length or less.
  • Casual paramedics and EMTs are required to work at least one duty shift and 36 hours of call each month.
  • While on call, the maximum response time for callback activation is 10 minutes.
  • Fairmont typically has one ALS unit on duty, with an additional crew on call, depending on the time of day and day of week.
  • Ambulance duty is primarily 911 and local nonemergency calls as well as local and long-distance interfacility transfers.
  • Full-time and part-time team members scheduled for more than 20 hours a week are eligible for benefits their first day of employment.

Mankato

Gold Cross in Mankato, Minn., hires nationally registered paramedics and EMTs to fill full-time, part-time and casual (no pre-scheduled hours) positions.

  • Full-time paramedics and EMTs are scheduled to work 36 hours on duty a week; part-time schedules vary.
  • Full-time paramedics and EMTs are required to work 12 hours on call every 24 days.
  • Paramedics and EMTs are scheduled for shifts 12 hours in length or less.
  • Casual paramedics and EMTs are required to work at least one duty shift and 36 hours on call each month.
  • While on call, the maximum response time for callback activation is 10 minutes.
  • Mankato typically has two ALS units on duty, with an additional crew on call, depending on the time of day and day of week.
  • Ambulance duty is primarily 911 and local nonemergency calls as well as local and long-distance interfacility transfers.
  • Full-time and part-time team members scheduled for more than 20 hours a week are eligible for benefits their first day of employment.

Owatonna

Gold Cross in Owatonna, Minn., hires nationally registered paramedics and EMTs to fill full-time, part-time and casual (no pre-scheduled hours) positions.

  • Full-time paramedics and EMTs are scheduled to work 40 hours on duty and 24 hours on call a week; part-time schedules vary.
  • Paramedics and EMTs are scheduled for shifts of eight, 10, 12 and occasionally 16 hours in length a week.
  • Casual paramedics and EMTs are required to work at least one duty and one call shift a 28-day schedule.
  • While on call, the maximum response time for callback activation is10 minutes.
  • Owatonna typically has one or two ALS units on duty, with an additional crew on call, depending on the time of day and day of week.
  • Ambulance duty is primarily 911 and local nonemergency calls as well as local and long-distance interfacility transfers.
  • Full-time and part-time team members scheduled for more than 20 hours a week are eligible for benefits their first day of employment.

Rochester

Gold Cross in Rochester, Minn., hires nationally registered paramedics and EMTs to fill full-time, part-time and casual (no pre-scheduled hours) positions.

  • Full-time paramedics and EMTs are scheduled to work 36 hours on duty a week; part-time paramedics and EMTs are scheduled to work less than 36 hours a week. Part-time schedules vary.
  • Paramedics are required to work 24 hours on call six times a year.
  • Paramedics and EMTs are scheduled for shifts 12 hours in length or less.
  • Casual paramedics and EMTs are required to work at least one duty and one call shift a 28-day schedule.
  • Team members must have or be willing to obtain a commercial driver's license (CDL) within 120 days of their hire date.
  • While on call, the maximum response time for callback activation is two hours.
  • Rochester typically has four to eight units on duty, depending on the time of day and day of week.
  • Ambulance duty is primarily 911 and local nonemergency calls as well as local and long-distance interfacility transfers.
  • Full-time and part-team members scheduled for more than 20 hours a week are eligible for benefits their first day of employment.

St. Cloud Area (serving Litchfield, Little Falls and St. Cloud)

Gold Cross in St. Cloud, Minn., hires nationally registered paramedics and EMTs to fill full-time, part-time and casual (no pre-scheduled hours) positions in the St. Cloud, Litchfield and Little Falls offices.

  • Full-time paramedics and EMTs are scheduled to work 36 hours on duty a week; part-time schedules vary.
  • Paramedics and EMTs are scheduled for shifts 12 hours in length or less.
  • Casual paramedics and EMTs are required to work at least 24 hours on duty a month.
  • Casual paramedics and EMTs in Little Falls are required to work a minimum of four shifts a month.
  • Full-time paramedics primarily work out of the St. Cloud base with the expectation that they rotate shifts between Litchfield, Little Falls and St. Cloud.
  • There is no scheduled on-call duty required; team members may elect to be available for emergency and extra-duty callback.
  • Ambulance duty is primarily 911 and local nonemergency calls as well as local and long-distance interfacility transfers.
  • Full-time and part-time team members scheduled for more than 20 hours a week are eligible for benefits their first day of employment.