We employ around 8,000 people, and everyone has a role to play in keeping our service working for the benefit of our patients.
We have more than 3,300 frontline staff based at our ambulance stations across the 620 square miles of the Greater London area, and around 500 people work in our two control rooms in Waterloo and Bow.
Our support services departments also play a vital role in our day-to-day work, from managing our finances and keeping our IT systems working to recruiting new staff and keeping them informed.
And wherever you work in our organisation, there are opportunities for you to develop your skills and progress your career.
For all our staff, there is the job satisfaction of knowing that what you do makes a difference, but we offer a range of other benefits as well. Find out what they are.
At London Ambulance Service we offer apprenticeship programmes to help our staff expand their knowledge, skills and competencies and develop in their careers.
Apprenticeships are a great way to progress within your career with us. If you’re considering a career in our Service and you do not have a paramedic degree, our apprenticeships could be an alternative route to that role. Find out more about apprenticeships in our Service here.