We are looking for individuals interested in providing a valuable community service.
Come join us
Our staff comes from a variety of backgrounds and situations - some are college students, some retired, some work full or part time jobs in a many different industries.
Each is considered a paid on call volunteer. What does that mean? That means that each of them volunteer to work on an ambulance. In turn, MAAS provides a reimbursement program that compensates them for the time the worked.
Although we use the term volunteer, it is not completely accurate. In order to be a member of MAAS, each must complete an EMS training course, pass the State of Michigan licensing exams to become a licensed MFR or EMT, and complete CPR certification. Additionally, each must attend continuing education sessions to earn credits for license renewal.
EMS is a great way to serve your community, as well as learn valuable skills that can help save lives, and could be beneficial in your career path.
If you are interested in learning more about MAAS or joining our organization, please complete the form below and we will be in touch with you.
Volunteer Staff Benefits
All training paid for or reimbursed
Continuing Education provided
Flexible scheduling, work when you want
Financial Reimbursement for time worked
Top of the line ambulances and equipment
Work Comp and Liability Insurance