Requirements For Ambulance Driver In Kenya

By | December 11, 2022

Requirements For Ambulance Driver In Kenya

The term ambulance comes from the Latin word “ambulare” as meaning “to walk or move about” which is a reference to early medical care where patients were moved by lifting or wheeling. The word originally meant a moving hospital, which follows an army in its movements.

In this article Dashboardlogins tries to answer the question by publishing the requirements needed to become an ambulance driver in Kenya

Below are the Requirements For Ambulance Driver In Kenya

Ambulance Driver

Job Reference No: JOB018

Length of Contract: 4Y

Employment Type: Regular

Country Advertised: AFD

Main Purpose

  • The job holder is responsible for carefully driving the ambulance and assisting medical crew in transporting patients. ;
  • Observing road safety and responsible for ambulance maintenance. ;

Key Experience

  1. General understanding of vehicle care maintenance.;
  2. Good understanding of the local laws applicable to driving emergency vehicles;

Skills Required

  1. Good customer service skills;
  2. Good command of English language, both oral and written.;


  1. Ability to be organized, proactive and provide solutions where applicable;
  2. Ability to plan and manage time.;
  3. Ability to work in a team as well as independently. ;
  4. Ability to accurately follow instructions and be flexible. ;
  5. Ability to apply sound judgement in situations;
  6. Ability to be organized, proactive and provide solutions where applicable;

Years Of Experience

  • Minimum- years 4 year’s working experience as an ambulance driver with good track record.;


  • Valid driver’s license, must have a BCE. ;
  • Certificate and knowledge in Basic First Aid;
  • Basic Life Support;
  • Training in advance defensive Driving ;
  • Current certificate of good conduct;
  • Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education

How much do ambulance drivers earn Kenya?

A Ambulance workers typically earns between Ksh19,662 and Ksh56,899 net per month at the start of the job. After 5 years of service, this is between Ksh28,673 and Ksh90,536 per month for a working week of 52 hours.

How do I become an EMT in Kenya?

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Course description:

  1. Requirements: KCSE Grade D+ or its equivalent with minimum of a D+ in Biology, and C- in either English/Swahili.
  2. Careers: Advance to Paramedic. Government Hospitals. …
  3. Why Kenya Redcross Training Institute. State of the art facility and training equipment. Serene and conducive learning environment.

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