RNR currently has six different operational locations. Please select a location from the list below to see if we are hiring in your area!
While RNR may not always be hiring in our bases, we are always accepting resumes for our attendant position. So what does it take to become a Ambulance Attendant with RNR Patient Transfer?
- Valid first aid CPR certification or higher
- Valid G class drivers license or higher
- Clean Criminal Record Check
- Ability to move 250lbs
- Up to date vaccination records
- Clean Drivers Abstract
What does a transfer attendant do?
The Attendant Position, with RNR, is not just a driving job. It is a job that involves patient care, medical issues, and deal with people who are both emotionally and physically unwell. We transfer people who are any age, and who come from all walks of life and different circumstances. RNR also provides medical standby services for many special events such as wrestling tournaments, charity runs, etc. Our attendant employees enjoy these special events as it gives them a chance to use all of their training in a practical and real life setting and it is also a great opportunity to be active in the community.
RNR is an equal opportunity employer