Communications Shift Schedules

Austin-Travis County EMS serves a population of over two million citizens and over 1,300 square miles, including most of Travis County, parts of Williamson and Hays Counties. Below is a sample of our 12 hour shift schedule.

Medic-Communications positions are classified as an "essential" position and employees will be required to work during holidays and bad weather (ice storms, flooding, etc.) when the City is otherwise closed

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12 Hour Shift (42 Hour Work Week) SAMPLE

12 hour shifts are day or night and begin either at 07:00 for the day shift or 19:00 for the night shift. All new employees should expect to begin on a night shift. 

On-call assignments are based on the employee’s assigned work shift. For example, individuals working a 12 hour day shift schedule will be on-call for 12 hours during the day. During this time, you will be compensated at $2.00/hr. on-call pay. In the event that you are called in while on-call, you will be compensated at an overtime rate for any time worked over 40 hours.

 

COMM 12 Hr Shift Schedule

 

12 Hour Shift (42 Hour Work Week) SAMPLE

12 hour shifts are day or night and begin either at 07:00 for the day shift or 19:00 for the night shift. All new employees should expect to begin on a night shift. 

On-call assignments are based on the employee’s assigned work shift. For example, individuals working a 12 hour day shift schedule will be on-call for 12 hours during the day. During this time, you will be compensated at $2.00/hr. on-call pay. In the event that you are called in while on-call, you will be compensated at an overtime rate for any time worked over 40 hours.

 

COMM 12 Hr Shift Schedule