Join our winning teams in Emergency Medical Services, Patient Transport Services and Administrative and Support services across the UK

Front line

Emergency Medical Services

If you are already a qualified Emergency Care Assistant (ECA), Emergency Medical Technician (EMT) or Paramedic then we would like you to come and join our team of professionals working within a quality organisation. With our flexible work packages you have the option to work as an employed staff member or on a self employed basis. Our staff on boarding process including a full induction ensures we meet NHS ‘Standards of Employment’.

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Patient Transport Services

When you join our non emergency patient transport team, you’ll be trained to the minimum operational standard of an Ambulance Care Assistant (ACA) with a full Falck specific ‘on boarding’ program and will be fully trained in first aid, manual handling, care, policies and procedures. We nurture and develop our staff to the Intermediate Care Technician level, and have the capability to support staff all the way from ACA level to Paramedic.

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Administrative & Support Services

Our administrative and support service departments also play a crucial role in our ability to deliver efficient operations of high quality. From ensuring we deliver a fully resourced workforce to deploying safe and efficient ambulances and vehicles to ensuring we implement the most up to date our IT systems.

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Benefits of working at Falck

Work with us

We employ over 900 people across the UK who are highly trained and qualified to all equivalent NHS standards.

We offer extremely competitive hourly rates of pay, paid inductions and flexible and accommodating work schedules.

We look after our staff providing a comprehensive Employee Assistant Scheme and are proud to have trained Mental Health Aiders as part of our wellbeing strategy.

If you think you have what it takes to join our team providing quality healthcare to our patients and want to grow with an organisation that is committed to developing your skills and career you have come to the right place.

Career development

With continuous investment in training to enhance people’s skills, we are committed to developing our staff and service.

Our training is of a very high standard and is externally approved which ensures we maintain high levels of compliance for all our staff.

As a business of “people helping people” we ensure our employees are equipped with the right skills and knowledge to assist them in their personal development and career progression.

We are an equal opportunities employer, proud of our achievements and proud of our people.

We operate nationwide

We have a fleet of high quality and fully fitted ambulances and patient transport vehicles operating across England and Wales.

We undertake over 3000 patient journeys per day, providing a transport service locally and nationally to patients travelling to hospital appointments, care homes or any other places of care.

Why you should work with us

  • We offer an attractive pay package
  • Flexible and accommodating work schedules
  • You will work for a reputable global ambulance provider
  • You will receive support and opportunities for personal and professional development
  • We are a global organization that prides itself on strong clinical governance and leadership
  • We offer a comprehensive wellbeing service