Middlesex Borough Rescue squad is a 100% Volunteer organization offering emergency medical services to the borough of Middlesex and its surrounding areas.

Job Description

Would you like to be trained in Emergency Medical Services (EMS) as an Ambulance Driver, Scene Support, or Emergency Medical Technician (EMT), but don’t know where to start? Or do you simply want to get involved and start helping out in our community?

Well, we have the perfect answer for you!

Middlesex Boro Rescue Squad (MBRS) is now recruiting new members (auxiliary, and cadets as well)

With this opportunity to serve our awesome community, comes the opportunity to be trained for free in Emergency Medical Services (EMS). We will help you get your CEVO 3 (ambulance driver) and/or NJ EMT Certification.

Whether becoming a first responder, scene support, driver or EMT, once you become a member we will get the wheels rolling to get you trained and prepared when disaster strikes. We will help train you to react calm and collected in all types of scenarios whether family or friends get sick or injured to severe traffic accidents and other tragedies.


This is A volunteer position . Do you need the experience for resumes or job interviews?

Call or message us today


Worried about if its right for you?

We have members from diverse backgrounds:

  • Stay at home parents
  • High and College Students
  • Retail Workers
  • Sales Jobs
  • Teachers
  • Consultants
  • Drivers from all career fields
  • and the list goes on

Worried about it being no fun at all?

Well, we're pretty awesome, so that won’t be the problem.

We can use YOUR help in OUR community TODAY no matter your experience. So if you’re ready for a career change or simply having the EMS experience of being part of a rescue squad. We invite you to join us today!


The MBRS Family

Contact Phil - 732-356-7771

***STILL IS HIGH SCHOOL*** - Become an MBRS Cadet today and start the steps to your future medical career! (Please contact Phil for information)


Middlesex Boro Rescue Squad (MBRS) is a Non-Profit Organization and is ran by a 100% volunteer membership, we provide the training and you become part of our community and family.

In order to qualify for membership we require the following commitments:

  • 6+ hours a week (schedule is flexible)

In order to qualify for the EMT training we require the following commitments:

  • 6+ hours a week (schedule is flexible)
  • 1 year of additional service after EMT graduation date

In order to qualify for membership we require the following commitments:

  • Appearance and support at least 3 local events a year


Here is a link to the national average for an EMT salary:



Education requirements to be an EMT

To become an EMT you'll need a high school diploma or GED and Healthcare Provider CPR training(CPR training reimbursable). The EMT training we will provide is EMT-basic, which covers a variety of different tasks including dealing with fractures, bleeding, cardiac emergencies, and respiratory emergencies. To complete the basic coursework you'll need to pass the state written and practical exam.

Career paths for EMTs

Many emergency medical technicians stay in their roles for their entire careers, but other opportunities do exist. Some pursue management, administration, teaching and the list goes on. Many people who work in the EMT field use this experience as the first step in other healthcare careers such as Registered Nurses, Physician Assistant (PA), Paramedics or Doctors.

Job Types: Full-time, Part-time, Internship

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