For all of us at CALSTAR, critical care transport is a career in which we feel most at home. We treat each other—and each patient—like family. We are most ourselves when doing this work, and we think the rewards are incomparable. If you, too, feel called by the unique opportunities and challenges of critical care air transport, consider a career with CALSTAR.
Our flight team members are some of the most competent, capable and compassionate individuals you’ll ever meet. Our pilots, flight nurses and paramedics bring all of their training and critical thinking to bear in each moment of each situation. Our aircraft maintenance technicians are the embodiment of commitment and safety; it is their skilled work that allows our flight crews to focus completely on patient care, secure in the knowledge that their aircraft is flight-worthy and safe. CALSTAR communication specialists are truly extraordinary in their ability to coordinate, communicate and delegate in high-pressure situations, putting operations in motion and supporting CALSTAR’s consistently fast response times. And without our administrative staff, none of this would be possible; they keep the machine well-oiled and on track.
We’ll be straightforward—the requirements of air ambulance careers are significant. The work is complex and demanding. You would be hard-pressed to find another industry with mandatory levels of alertness, dedication and decisiveness this high. But…the job satisfaction can’t be topped. Few things are as humbling, life-affirming and inspiring as directly contributing to the survival and recovery of the critically ill and injured.
If you think that a career with CALSTAR may be what you’re looking for, please contact us; we’d love to meet you.
CALSTAR Air Medical Services is an equal opportunity employer.
All CALSTAR safety-sensitive employees are required to pass an FAA/DOT mandated pre-employment drug screen test and will be subject to periodic, random, post-accident, reasonable suspicion, return to duty and follow-up alcohol and drug testing. The CALSTAR Anti-Drug and Alcohol Misuse Prevention Program is approved by the FAA and administered in accordance with 49 CFR Part 121 and 49 CFR Part 40. Covered employees will be tested for five prohibited drugs (marijuana, cocaine, opiates, PCP, amphetamines) and alcohol. For more information, view our Substance Abuse Policy.
CALSTAR participates in the federal E-Verify Program. For more information, you may view the following documents:
eVerify Notice – English | eVerify Notice – Spanish
Right to Work Poster – English | Right to Work Poster – Spanish
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CALSTAR is an equal opportunity employer. Qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability or protected veteran status. Please view our Equal Opportunity Employment policy statement. If you would like more information, view your Equal Employment Opportunity rights under the law.
If you do not see the position you are looking for here, please consider available career opportunities at REACH Air Medical Services or Cal-Ore Life Flight.