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Find your calling at Wellington Free Ambulance! Our team is made up of approximately 450 paid staff and volunteers. We have a wide range of volunteer and career opportunities available throughout the region, come join us!

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Looking for a change and want to make a difference in your community? Check out our current vacancies and come and join the team.

If you would like to apply for one of our vacancies, please fill in an application form (download below) and include it with your CV and cover letter.

Wellington Free Ambulance Application Form

Service Integration Manager

Wellington Free Ambulance is working with key stakeholders to develop a range of new initiatives to enhance service delivery and promote better health outcomes. The Service Integration Manager will be a key enabler from concept to delivery and beyond. 

This is a fresh role within Wellington Free Ambulance and the appointee will need to be highly self-motivated, organised and passionate about making a difference. 

The ideal candidate will have:

  • at least 5 years experience in the Healthcare Sector
  • the ability to work autonomously and think outside the box
  • methodical and structured Project Management skills

​A tertiary qualification in a Health or Commerce discipline is desirable. 

If you have experience in the healthcare sector and are looking for a new and exciting change of direction we want to hear from you. 

For more information please email Vanessa Simpson

Applications close 19 August 2019.

Ambulance Officer

All ATP's - Emergency Medical Technician, Paramedic, Intensive Care Paramedic, Extended Care Paramedic and Clinical Paramedic Advisor

 18 April 2019

Kia ora te tangata. Wellington Free Ambulance (WFA) is the one and only emergency ambulance service for Greater Wellington and Wairarapa. We provide high quality leading edge patient care to all people in emergency medical and trauma situations, prehospital and treat-at-home care, and rescue and transport services. We respond to approximately 130 incidents every day, and we are the only free service in the country.

By joining Wellington Free Ambulance, you’re helping to deliver world class health care to your community. We offer a culturally diverse and inclusive workplace where your values and strengths with people will be supported.

We are seeking applicants who have:

  • An Emergency Medical Technician Authority To Practice or higher
  • A minimum of 1 year full time recent frontline emergency ambulance experience
  • A New Zealand Bachelor of Health Science (Paramedicine) degree or overseas equivalent (or finishing this calendar year) or currently or recently employed as a permanent ambulance officer for 3+ years
  • A full, clean New Zealand driver’s license
  • The ability to work a 24 hour rostered and rotating shift cycle, including night shifts

If you are looking for a rewarding role in which you can make a difference to a critical emergency service and deliver value to the business and the people we serve, please fill out the application form available on our website and send along with your covering letter and CV to recruitment@wfa.org.nz

Ambulance Officer - Wairarapa based

ATP's - Emergency Medical Technician, Paramedic and Intensive Care Paramedic

 18 April 2019

Kia ora te tangata. Wellington Free Ambulance (WFA) is the one and only emergency ambulance service for Greater Wellington and Wairarapa. We provide high quality leading edge patient care to all people in emergency medical and trauma situations, prehospital and treat-at-home care, and rescue and transport services. We respond to approximately 130 incidents every day, and we are the only free service in the country.

By joining Wellington Free Ambulance, you’re helping to deliver world class health care to your community.  We offer a culturally diverse workplace where your values and strengths with people will be supported.

We are seeking applicants who have:

  • An Emergency Medical Technician Authority To Practice or higher
  • A minimum of 1 year fulltime recent frontline emergency ambulance experience
  • A New Zealand Bachelor of Health Science (Paramedicine) degree or overseas equivalent (or finishing this calendar year) or currently or recently employed as a permanent ambulance officer for 3+ years
  • A full, clean New Zealand driver’s license
  • The ability to work a 24 hour rostered and rotating shift cycle, including night shifts

If you are looking for a rewarding role in which you can make a difference to a critical emergency service and deliver value to the business and the people we serve,  please fill out the application form available on our website and send along with your covering letter and CV to recruitment@wfa.org.nz

Graduate Intern Ambulance Officer

Wellington Free Ambulance is currently seeking applicants for its one year Graduate Intern programme.

This highly competitive Graduate programme provides a great opportunity for graduates of a Bachelor of Health Science in Paramedicine to gain on-the-job experience. This program will provide a structured on-the-job supported learning environment to enable you to develop independent practice.

We are seeking applicants who have:

  • A New Zealand Bachelor of Health Science (Paramedicine) degree or overseas equivalent (must have successfully completed and passed final exams before December 2019)
  • A full, clean New Zealand driver’s licence;
  • No criminal convictions, previous or pending;
  • A high standard of physical fitness, as this is essential for the role;
  • Excellent communication skills;
  • The ability to work a rostered and rotating shift cycle including night shifts.

WFA will now be accepting Graduate applications all year. We will be running four Graduate intakes throughout the year.

National and International shortlisted applicants must be available to be in Wellington for the assessment centre dates pertaining to the intake you are accepted into. You will only be required to attend one day.

International applicants must be available for a 30 minute phone interview pertaining to the intake you are accepted into.

New Zealand-based Applicants   International Applicants
Winter Intake   Winter Intake
Cut off date 22 Feb 2019   Cut off date 22 Feb 2019
Assessment centre 25-27 Mar 2019   Skype screening 27 Feb – 1 Mar 2019
      Assessment centre 25-27 Mar 2019
Spring Intake   Spring Intake
Cut off date 23 May 2019   Cut off date 23 May 2019 (2 June for NZ Applicants)
Assessment centre 26-28 Jun 2019   Skype screening 29-31 May
      Assessment centre 26-28 Jun 2019
Summer Intake   Summer Intake
Cut off date 22 Aug 2019   Cut off date 22 Aug 2019
Assessment centre 25-27 Sep 2019   Skype screening 28-30 Aug 2019
      Assessment centre 25-27 Sep 2019

Third year students graduating this year can apply anytime from the Spring intake. Employment will be conditional on successfully passing the degree program.

If you are looking for a rewarding role in which you can make a difference to a critical emergency service and deliver value to the business and the people we serve,  please fill out the application form available on our website and send along with your covering letter and CV to recruitment@wfa.org.nz

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As our patient, and under the Health and Disability Commissioner’s Code of Rights, you have the right to:

  • Be treated with respect
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  • Freedom from discrimination, coercion, harassment and exploitation
  • dignity and independence
  • Services of an appropriate standard
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If we don’t respect these, let us know and we’ll do everything we can to put it right.


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