Central Amusement International, LLC Brooklyn, NY 11224 2017-03-22

About Us:

Take on the literal roller coaster ride of your life by working at Luna Park in Coney Island. Luna Park is only a few years old but our company operates in the birthplace of amusement parks at Coney Island. A quickie snapshot of the overall organization reveals that our parent company is the major Italian ride manufacturer, Zamperla. Those guys have been making rides for so long that they decided to get in on the magic of operating the rides they make. Thus, Central Amusement International (CAI) entered the domestic amusement space. CAI first opened up shop in Central Park in 2003. The wintertime space of Wollman's Rink transforms in the summer to Victorian Gardens. After kicking butt for a few years in Manhattan, CAI took it to the streets of Brooklyn. Opening in 2010, Luna Park, whose namesake comes from the historical park that operated from 1903 to 1944, was built in a short 100 days.

Something cool to note is that we have got something new to talk about every year. That makes for easy and fun content instead of having to pull teeth to be creative. If you are looking for a reason to submit to our department and organization, think about the crazy, awesome, time-tested destination that Coney Island represents. There is no end to the creativity. Help us connect with New Yorkers in creating smiles, fun, and laughter.


Responds to emergency, rescue and medical incident; provides support functions, emergency responses, records and reporting duties, and emergency medical treatment including but not limited to medical emergencies, trauma emergencies. Plans, organizes, directs and controls medical service functions within applicable laws, codes, rules and regulations.


  • Provides emergency medical services for the park.
  • Acts as a first responder to all types of emergency situations
  • May be assigned duties as an emergency medical technician
  • Responds to all rescue calls
  • Ensures the equipment is fully prepared and functional at all times
  • Performs general maintenance and upkeep of apparatus and equipment
  • Performs and document required inspections as assigned
  • Participates in preventative maintenance on medical apparatus, and station maintenance
  • Prepares various reports and other documents
  • Performs such other related duties as may be assigned


Knowledge of : emergency medical care at the EMT/CFR level; local codes related to emergencies; state statutes, city ordinances, and standard office practices and procedures.

Skill/Ability to: pre-hospital emergency medical care at the EMT/CFR level of certification, operate computers, including word processing and software; establish and maintain effective working relationships with co-workers and the general public; develop, organize, motivate, and effectively utilize staff; communicate effectively, both orally and in writing; read and interpret manuals, policies, and other documents; and operate medical equipment.


High school graduation or its equivalent; prefer a minimum of one year experience as a EMT/CFR/First-Aid or ; any equivalent combination of education and experience that provides the required knowledge, skills, and abilities.

Job Type: Temporary

Required education:

  • High school or equivalent

Required experience:

  • EMT/CFR/First Aid: 1 year