(620) 532-3111324 North Main St.PO Box 168Kingman, KS 67068

(620) 532-3111
324 North Main St., PO Box 168, Kingman, KS 67068

Job Openings


There are currently no full-time openings available.


Additional information can be obtained by contacting Chief David Lux at 620-532-3138.


There are currently no full-time openings available.



The City of Kingman has ongoing recruitment for part-time EMS providers. Candidates must possess Kansas certification as either an EMR, EMT, AEMT, or Paramedic as well as a valid driver’s license. Part-time providers assist in covering various leave time of full-time staff and helps staff special events.  Kingman EMS providers work under progressive protocols who enjoy working to the fullest capability of their Kansas scope of practice. Kingman EMS responds to approx. 1,000 calls per year in a 720sq mile response area. Kingman EMS also provides rescue services to the Kingman EMS response area, rescue provides extrication services at vehicle accident scenes as well as logistical and medical support to county medical calls.  Preference will be given to those providers who live within the city limits of Kingman. However, we also utilize responders in outlying rural areas of Kingman County and rely on out-of-county personnel to support staffing when needed. Kingman EMS staffs it’s services with 24-hours shifts with full living quarters.  Kingman EMS also provides training to personnel as well as a supplemental online education program to allow personnel to obtain all the required continuing education needed to re-certify in Kansas. In-Person training is paid hours worked. In addition, Kingman EMS also pays certification renewal fees and provides its employees with membership to the Kansas EMS Association.

For more information on part time positions, contact Director Zach Bieghler at zbieghler@kingmanems.com or by phone at 620-532-5624.

There are currently no openings in the Public Work department

Volunteer Firefighters:  The City of Kingman is looking for energetic and eager members for its volunteer fire department.  The fire department provides Kingman and some of the surrounding townships with essential fire protection.  Members of the fire department are part-time City employees who are paid a small stipend for training, meeting attendance, and fire call responses.  Training meetings are held on Wednesday evenings.

Personal protective equipment is provided to firefighters.  The time commitment is dependent upon the number of calls received.  While this is a volunteer service, it is very helpful if members respond to as many calls as possible when they are in the area.   The City of Kingman is an equal opportunity employer.

City of Kingman Swimming Pool Lifeguards and Assistant Managers:  The City of Kingman is seeking candidates for lifeguards and assistant pool managers for the 2022 swimming pool season.  Minimum qualifications require candidates to have the requisite lifeguard certifications.  Training and certification classes will be provided as necessary.  The City of Kingman is an equal opportunity employer.  Applications are available at City Hall or online at www.cityofkingman.com/government/jobs.  Applications will be taken until positions are filled.

Submit completed applications to:

In person or by mail:

City of Kingman
P.O. Box 168
324 North Main
Kingman, KS 67068

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