Consider a Career with ANB

When was the last time you made a real difference in the lives of
New Brunswickers? We do. Every day.

A world-class leader in health and safety, Ambulance New Brunswick offers fast-paced, challenging and rewarding career opportunities for high-achieving, motivated individuals.

Whether you are considering a position as a paramedic, emergency medical dispatcher or
flight nurse, embark on a career that will change lives for the better.


Our paramedics provide medical support to patients on scene and en route to hospitals. Given the unpredictability of clinical presentations in the field, they are skilled in emergency techniques and well-versed in various medical treatments. “First on scene” in times of crisis, they don’t leave until the job’s done.

If you’re a new graduate from a post-secondary program in paramedicine, or have working experience outside the province of New Brunswick, ANB has a standardized process in selecting top candidates to fulfill Primary Care Paramedic (PCP) positions.

Thinking of
becoming a paramedic?
Learn more.

All applicants must be registered with the Paramedic Association of New Brunswick (PANB) and pass the ANB Selection Process. Please make sure you are registered with PANB before submitting your application for the ANB Selection Process.

Conducted several times a year, the Selection Process consists of a comprehensive assessment to determine your level of qualification to work for our organization. Additionally, click here to see the documents and information required before the Selection Process deadline.

Paramedic Selection Process: Currently Closed

Candidates are hired when they participate and successfully complete each step of the Selection Process.

Once you pass the Selection Process, you will be able to apply for any of our job postings province wide. ANB employs full-time, part-time and casual paramedics. Paramedic career opportunities are posted every eight weeks under Job Opportunities.

Do you have what it takes? Submit your application: or fax 506-872-6526

"It's the best job that I've ever done."
- Chris Bethune, Primary Care Paramedic 

Emergency Medical Dispatcher

Our Emergency Medical Dispatchers (EMD) are communications specialists who respond to 911 calls for help in medical emergencies. At the other end of the line, they quickly and calmly analyze every situation and provide lifesaving instructions to callers while the ambulance is on its way.

Located at our communications centre in Moncton, our EMDs dispatch paramedics responding to emergency calls – providing them with patient condition updates and other important information in real time.

Successful applicants are provided with comprehensive in-house training and should be:
  • Bilingual professionals
  • Dependable multi-taskers
  • Caring problem solvers
  • Team players who operate well under pressure
  • Empathetic critical thinkers
  • Customer service ambassadors
  • Physically and mentally able to work 12 hour rotating shifts in a dynamic 24/7 environment

All applicants must successfully complete the EMD Selection Process. Conducted several times a year, the Selection Process consists of a comprehensive assessment to determine your level of qualification to work for our organization. Click here to view the details for the EMD Selection Process and documents required before the application deadline.

EMD Selection Process: Currently Closed

Do you have what it takes? Submit your application: or fax 506-872-6526

"It can be very rewarding to know that you play a part in making sure that everybody is safe."
- Nicole Lake, Emergency Medical Dispatcher 

Flight Nurse

At 27,000 feet in the sky, moving at 300 mph, with two pilots flying the plane – our flight nurses are caring for some of the most critically-ill patients in the province. They work under challenging conditions because every situation can be critical without the amenities of a hospital or support staff. Aboard our air ambulance, timing is everything.

Our flight nurses have a broad scope of practice with a high level of autonomy and independence. They receive ongoing training to maintain a high degree of clinical competence. ANB employs full-time, part-time and casual flight nurses.

Successful applicants are provided with a complete Flight Nurse Training Program and should:

  • Demonstrate advanced clinical and critical thinking
  • Have experience in Critical Care/ICU/Emergency Room setting
  • Maintain a high regard for confidentiality and advocacy for patients
  • Possess the ability to work independently and in a team environment
  • Must be flexible and adapt easily in a dynamic environment

Click here to see the documents and information required before the application deadline. The latest ANB career opportunities can be found under Job Opportunities.

"I love the staff. I love the way this program is run.
I definitely found a home here."

- Joe Carr, Flight Nurse 

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