Patient Care Tech Position - TAEMT Student

St. Louis, MO
Full Time
Entry Level

Total Access EMT - Student Position 

Why Join TAUC? 

Total Access Urgent Care (TAUC ®) has been proudly providing top-ranked patient care for St. Louis communities since 2008. TAUC (pronounced "talk") began with the belief that patients should have access to fast, friendly, and affordable care. Our team is trained to offer a wide scope of services to patients, and our facilities have state-of-the-art onsite digital X-ray, CT scan, Ultrasound, EKG, and common laboratory assays. At TAUC we offer IV hydration, medication administration, laceration suturing, splinting of fractures, dislocation reduction, abscess drainage, and much more. 

Position Highlights

We train you to learn new skills. Work one-on-one with patients while providing a broad scope of care and acquiring new skills. This role offers extensive training and hands-on patient care experience. We look forward to providing you with additional knowledge and opportunities. You work with a tight-knit team and have the support of an emergency-trained provider at all times.

Competitive Pay: If you haven’t received your EMT license yet, start at $17/hr with time-based raises and multiple opportunities for performance and training-related promotions. Once you receive your EMT license, send it our way and your pay will be increased to $18 an hour. You will strongly be encouraged to seek additional promotions and $19/hr is easy to accomplish within nine months (often sooner).

Tuition Reimbursement: As an added benefit for program graduates who join the TAUC team, we will reimburse your full $1,200 tuition in monthly, tax-free payments upon licensure. These payments are in addition to your full-time pay and benefits

Expand Your Skills & Get Promoted: We provide opportunities to expand your clinical knowledge and encourage our team to pursue promotions. Once you finish training, you can become a site manager, inventory liaison, new employee trainer, or be assigned to mentor a group of employees. 

Make a Difference: We help to keep patients out of the Emergency Room. TAUC proudly provides compassionate, comprehensive care. Join the team to make your mark in healthcare.

Team Culture: You will be joining a cross-functional team of emergency-trained clinicians including Physicians, Nurse Practitioners, Physician Assistants, Paramedics, EMTs, MAs, and more. We keep teams small and collaborate with each other in a teamwork-driven environment. 

Flexible Schedule & Unlimited Overtime Available: 

  • Three twelve-hour shifts per week (36 hours) with full-time benefits
  • Unlimited overtime pay available
  • Easily swap or pick up hours on our scheduling app
  • No overnight shifts

Full-Time Benefits: We provide medical, dental, and vision insurance, free care at TAUC locations for you and immediate family members, 401(k), PTO, online ticket discounts, and Amazon Prime reimbursement or Sam's, Costco, or BJs base membership.

Earn More: Do you think that one of your coworkers is doing a great job? TAUC has an app that lets coworkers send each other bonuses. Employees receive an average of $500 each year. For simply showing up to your shifts on time, you can also earn experiences: tickets to a ballgame, a wine tasting, an art class, or whatever excites you.


We are looking for team members who are passionate about working in healthcare and value a team-focused, fast-paced work culture. To be considered for the Total Access EMT student position, candidates must be enrolled in our accredited Total Access EMT class: 

We are an equal opportunity employer. We celebrate diversity and are committed to building an inclusive environment for all employees and patients.

Join the Best Team. Apply today.


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