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We publish all our vacancies on the NHS Jobs website and Health Jobs UK (TRAC Jobs). Find out the latest opportunities and how to apply to join our team of London life savers.

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Before you apply, why not take a look at what some of our staff say about working for the London Ambulance Service.

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 more about the benefits of working for the NHS.

All our vacancies are advertised on the NHS Jobs website: https://www.jobs.nhs.uk and we do not target individuals unprompted to offer employment with us, without a full assessment and/or interview process taking place.

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Join us at our next Virtual Careers Fair

Join us on 12 March for our next Virtual Careers Fair, following on from the successful first event in November. Join us on Zoom to hear more about opportunities to join Team LAS, including frontline ambulance crew roles and opportunities in our 111 and 999 emergency operations centres.

We are hosting a number of speakers across the day and there will be interactive sessions where you can ask questions and receive guidance on the application processes and on interview techniques. You will also learn more about working for the country’s busiest emergency ambulance service and the development opportunities a career in London Ambulance Service offers.

Register via Eventbrite using the below links:

  • Morning session – focusing on non-registrant frontline ambulance roles such as Trainee Emergency Ambulance Crew and Assistant Ambulance Practitioner. 10:00 – 11:30
  • Afternoon session – focusing on call handler roles in our 111 and our 999 control rooms. 15:00 – 16:30