Member

Firefighting that includes fire, hazmat, ems, and any other thing needed in our rural community.

Indiana Mandatory Certification is required for active firefighters. Preferred FFI/II training the first two years and an EMR certificate. No training or response requirements for Admin members.

Volunteer Firefighter

Coalgate Fire Department is a combination department with 16 full time Firefighter/Medics and 25 Volunteer Firefighters. The department is a member of the Oklahoma Firefighters Association and provides Volunteer Firefighters retirement benefit for those who volunteer for the department.

Physically fit High School deploma or G.E.D. Valid Oklahoma Drivers License

Volunteer

Already an EMT; want to be an EMT and help serve your community and be apart of a greater purpose? Join our team of volunteers!

EMT Basic

Firefighter, EMT, Fire Police, Administration

Volunteers can find fulfilling service in firefighting, rescue, emergency medical, fire police and administrative. Spirited people doing a serious job for their community. No experience necessary as we train and supply everything you need. Emergency workers are the most trusted public professionals by the public at eighty seven percent. Join and enjoy wonderful people doing a rewarding service. More than emergency work. Volunteers perform fire safety programs, fund raisers and administrative duties. It's a friendly atmosphere of everyday people doing the best job you'll ever love. Valuable training that is yours for a lifetime.

Male and females over the age of sixteen with a sense of community. We provide training and equipment for emergency workers. Administrative support brings valuable experience to our non-profit volunteer organization. Everyone has something to help the greater good.

Firefighter/EMR

Member will be part of a team. The primary goal will be to support the mission of protecting our community and citizens. Member may choose to be a firefighter, EMR, mechanic, or any other supportive role in the organization.

18y/o or older. No felonies. Good moral character. Be willing to make a minimum of 33% of calls and meetings. FOR FIREFIGHTERS: Good physical condition. Must pass agility test Valid DL

Firefighter, EMT-B, EMT-C, and Paramedics

Want to be a firefighter? Want to be an EMT? Join us at LMFD for the experiences of a lifetime! We are an EMS driven organization and can help you gain the skills and experience needed for a career in the fire service! Lake Mishnock Fire Department is a full service fire station providing ALS/BLS Rescue, Fire Suppression, and Extrication. Come see us at our training nights on Tuesdays at 6:30pm!

18 years or older (Jr. Program coming soon!) Must pass a criminal history background check. Strong work ethic! Desire to learn and experience new things!

Member

Contribute to your community in a truly meaningful way. You can help raise money. You can fight fire. You can respond to medical emergencies. However you participate you will be helping members of your own community at the WORST times in their lives; when they REALLY NEED it.

Willing to work hard for the satisfaction of knowing that YOU have made the lives of your neighbors better when they really needed it! Training will be required but also provided at no cost to you.

Probationary Firefighter

Beginning level firefighter. You will be expected to complete the State of Ohio Firefighter 1A 36 hour course of study and pass the certification exam within the first year of appointment to the Beverly VFD. All training and expenses for training are pa

State of Ohio law requires a valid drivers license, a high school diploma or GED , and you must be the age of eighteen. You must live within three driving miles of the Beverly VFD Station Three located at 400 Seventh Street, Beverly, Ohio The dep

Firefighter / Department Support

We are looking for individual that want to help their community. We are looking for able personal to help at the fire station with paper work, fundraising, drivers ,firefighters, and any person that just wants to help out and make our Department the very best.

Any-person above the age of 18. The person shall be of good moral charter. Any person desiring to be a member of this department must make an application to the department at the next regular business meeting or get with a member of the department. NO formal training is required the FD we provide .

Volunteer Firefighter

We are looking for motivated volunteer firefighters to join our department.

Mandatory training is the first and third Tuesday of the month.

Firefighter

Have you ever wanted to do more for your community but wasn't sure how to go about it? If you answered yes then contact us. We will show you how to be part of an organization where Pride, Tradition and Dedication are an everyday occurrence.

We require that you be physically and mentally able to do the job. You must be willing to learn and show a dedication to learn.

Firefighter, Emergency Medical Responder, Emergency Medical Technician, Traffic Control, Contributory, Junior, Explorer

The Cinnaminson Fire Department has opportunities for various response and non-response positions. Please see our website at www.cinnaminsonfire.org for a description or each positions and the ability to apply.

Please visit our website at www.cinnaminsonfire.org for a description and requirements for each position.

Disaster/Hurricane Response Team Member

Looking for EMT's to join our disaster response team. We are located in southern York County, PA. Understand that this would be for minimum commitment of 10 days from the time of deployment. Volunteers will receive a stipend equal to the federal pay rate for EMTs from the time of deployment until you return.

EMT(PA state) Haz-mat EVOC IS-100, 700, 800 Driver's Licence Hep-B vaccination record(or you can sign to decline vaccination)

Part-Time Firefighter

Entry-level firefighter position.

High School Diploma or GED, Valid Ohio Driver's License (Successfully pass physical, drug screening, and background check post-offer)

Firefighter / EMT

The Eclectic Fire Department is seeking motivated individuals for the roles of Firefighter and/or EMT. No experience required. Training and professional certifications provided.

Must be 18 years or older. If younger than 18, there are possibilities for an explorer program.

Firefighter

Volunteer firefighters needed. Busy department for the area. Approx. 375 calls per year. Http://www.nmfd.org

14 years of age or older No training necessary - will be sent to fire academy for certification Live within 1 mile of the border.

Banks Fire District Volunteer Firefighter

The driving force of the Banks Fire District is its volunteers. If you want to help out, we encourage you to visit our website and download an application. We accept both in district residents as well as out of district residents as volunteers. Volunteering for Banks Fire District We respond to approximately 700+ emergency calls a year. Calls range from fighting fires, answering medical calls, extricating victims trapped in vehicles, rope and water rescues, and whatever else the community may need us for ... If you're interested in learning all of these skills and wanting to be a firefighter our Volunteer Coordinator will give you details about the requirements and when the next Firefighter Academy starts.

Requirements: -Over 18 years of age -Must have a clean driving record -Free of any felony convictions -Ability to commit time towards training and response -Valid Oregon Drivers License -Desire to be a part of a team -Positive attitude

Firefighter

Looking for community volunteers

Must pass drug and background check. Not currently on disability.

Firefighter

Southwestern Polk Rural Fire is looking for volunteers--we need you! Come join the volunteers from the Rickreall, Dallas, Salt Creek, and Falls City areas. We will provide training, equipment, support from the fire family, and an incredible way to support and serve your community.

Dallas--18 years old Rickreall, Salt Creek, and Falls City--14-17 Junior program, 18+ firefighter program Need to live or work in the area Be able to pass a criminal background check Must be able to pass the District physical test

Firefighter & Firefighter - EMT

Under supervision of a Fire Officer or Sr. Firefighter, fights fires, performs rescue and emergency medical care, participates in fire prevention activities, operates and maintains firefighting, medical, and rescue equipment, performs fire station maintenance, and does related work as assigned. EXAMPLES OF DUTIES: (These examples are intended only as illustrations of the various types of work performed. The examples of work performed are neither restricted to nor all-encompassing of the duties to be performed under this job title.) (E) Essential Duty; (M) Major Portion of Time •Serves as hose operator in firefighting situations, including pulling working lines and directing fire streams; raise, lower, and climb ladders; and assist in overhaul and salvage operations. (E,M) •Responds to rescue and medical aid calls, provides emergency medical care, and transports patients to the hospital. (E,M) •Cleans and inspects equipment, makes minor and major mechanical repairs and adjustments. (M) •Cleans and tests fire hose. (E) •Operates radio, telephone and computer equipment. (E) •Cleans station quarters and equipment. •Maintains knowledge and proficiency related to department polocies and regulations, fire •hazards, firefighting techniques, and related subjects. (E) •Assists and/or conducts fire prevention inspections, and other related activities. (E) •Participates in fire drills and training exercises. (E) •Responds to emergency calls during non-duty hours. (E) •Participates in continuous training in fire prevention inspection and suppression through both simulated and on-the-job exercises. (E) •Performs other duties as assigned.

You must be 18 years or older. •You must be a United States citizen. •You must be able to read and write and speak English. •You must have a high school diploma / GED or obtain one within one year of acceptance. •You must be physically, intellectually, and emotionally capable of performing the duties of your assignment. •You must reside within one of the following; City of Grandview, Grandview Township, or Port Louisa Township. •You must have no record of felony convictions. •You must possess a Valid Drivers License.

Firefighter/EMT/Support

Plymouth Fire and Rescue is located next to Newport and provides Emergency Services to those in need 24/7/365. We are looking for anyone interested in joining our department to help serve those in need. If your willing to learn, we are willing to invest our time into helping you reach your goals towards serving those in need.

Depending on what you would like to pursue to help those in need will determine what we will ask from you, all we ask for is your time and commitment. We will help you every step of the way to give you the tools to do your job.

Firefighter

Firefighting duties to support the community.

Background Check.

Volunteer Fire Fighter

Have you ever wanted to help your neighbors and serve your community? Duquesne Annex VFC is looking for new members. All equipment and training is provided at no cost. Stop by the station or contact the Fire Chief at 412-466-7500

No Requirements, We will train you in house

Fire fighter

Currently looking for anyone interested in volunteering.

Over age of 14. Training provided

Paid-On-Call Firefighter/MFR

ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES: Performs firefighting, haz-mat, and heavy rescue activities. Operates firefighting apparatus. Performs emergency medical service activities including providing assessment, treatment, stabilization and assisting ambulance crews . Participates in monthly training, attends classes in firefighting, emergency medical, hazardous materials, and related subjects. Operates radios and other communications equipment. Maintains fire equipment, apparatus and facilities. Upon completion of training applicants will be certified State of Michigan Firefighter I, Firefighter II, Hazardous Materials Operations and Medical First Responder (MFR).

Minimum Requirements: 18 years of age or older, Michigan Drivers License (with clean driving record), High School Diploma or equivalent, no felony convictions. Firefighting, Hazardous Materials, and Medical training will be provided.

Volunteer Firefighter, EMT, Fire Prevention and Auxiliary team members.

Pend Oreille Fire District 4 is currently in need of Volunteer Firefighters/EMT's. You can find application packets on our website at www.pofd4.org on at Station 41 located in Dalkena ( 11 Dalkena St., Newport, WA 99156 ) during normal business hours. Our current volunteer staffing is very low and we need you to join our team today! If you are a positive, motivated individual interested in learning the Firefighting trade then we want you! We provide a high level of training at our progressive Fire District. We have up to date firefighting equipment and fantastic facilities that house our apparatus with a great training facility that fosters a positive learning environment. Volunteers are essential to our success and ability to answer emergency calls and provide a much needed service to our community! We want to add you to our already outstanding team of volunteers who you will work alone side and learn with. The number of volunteers we have has a direct impact on our ability to not only respond to but also mitigate emergencies. Do you have what it takes to save a life or a home? Few jobs offer this opportunity! We provide the training and opportunity to become a hero in your community! Numerous volunteer opportunities exist. Firefighter, EMT's, instructors, fire prevention/education, driver operators, and auxiliary personnel. There is a job for everyone but not always a person for every job. You don’t have to be able to fight fires to volunteer. The fire district is also looking for non-combat volunteers as well. Do you have a passion or specialty in computers, public education, small engine or tool repair, etc? Or maybe you would be interested in helping with the fire district auxiliary, they bring out food & refreshments to the firefighters at the scene of a large emergency. If so we would love to have you as a community volunteer for our fire district. If this has peak your interest please contact us or drop by Pend Oreille Fire District 4 we would love to meet you and get you started on our new adventure volunteering in your community!

Must pass a background check, have a valid drivers license. Other requirement will be discussed in person based on the position desired.

Firefighter

The Franklin Township Fire Department is always looking for Volunteer Firefighters. If you're interested in becoming a firefighter feel free to stop by for training at either station Monday Nights between 7:00pm and 9:00pm, or email careers@ftfd.org.

-Must be at least 18 years old -Must have a Valid Drivers Licence -Must have a High School Diploma or GED -Must be able to pass a background check. -Must be able to pay a Pre-employment physical -Must live within a reasonable distance from either Fire Station -Complete at least the 36 hour Volunteer Firefighter Course (completed during probation) -Required to make 20% of the runs for the year -Required to complete 30 hours of training per year (Usually scheduled every Monday evening) -Other requirements may apply

Volunteer Firefighter

The Randolph Fire Department is looking for volunteers! We will provide all of the training and equipment you need.

High School Diploma or GED Drivers License Be physically capable of performing the essential functions of the position. Must be able to pass a background check and drug test.

Fire Fighter

Basic fire fighter / EMR

You must live in our area . You must be willing to train every month come to monthly meeting and truck day every month .

Firefighter

A firefighter in the Woodstock Fire Department will bring you an exiting experience responding to all types of emergencies throughout the Town of Woodstock and beyond. The fire department is the first called to respond to fires, accidents, medical emergencies, hazardous materials calls, wilderness rescues, and much more. The fire department also provides educational training to schools and other organizations throughout the town. A multitude of training will be offered to you, all of which will be free of cost. Training available to all members includes how to wear a air pack to go into burning buildings, how to drive a fire truck, EMT training, and more. The fire department is looking for new members that have an interest in helping their town and can provide as little as a few hours a week to the department. The fire department provides you with a great experience unlike any other organization around.

The fire department is looking for new members that have an interest in helping their town and can provide as little as a few hours a week to the department. Resident of, or working in, the Town of Woodstock, New York 12498.

Firefighter/EMT

Knoxville Fire Department Paid-On-Call Firefighter/EMT The Knoxville Fire Department is taking applications for Paid-On-Call positions. This position is an entry level position for Knoxville residents that have a desire to provide an awesome service for the community. We are looking for Knoxville residents that are good natured, excellent work ethic, good morals with integrity. To be successful as a Knoxville firefighter/EMT you MUST be a good person! We will provide the training necessary to obtain the certifications of Firefighter I and EMT. You just have to be willing to sacrifice the time and energy required to study and pass the tests. This is an opportunity to become a member of an elite team and experience the comradery of a Fire Department that is NOT experienced in any other kind of organization! This isn’t for just anyone, but if you enjoy excitement, getting your adrenaline flowing and the thrill of making a difference, then you need to come talk to us! This position does provide a stipend for training and emergency response as well as an opportunity to work shifts, once certified, for an hourly wage. To obtain additional information either call 641-828-0586 or e-mail Firechief@Knoxvilleia.gov. Apply on-line at www.Knoxvilleia.gov/jobs. The City of Knoxville is an equal opportunity employer!

High School Diploma or equivalent Good driving record and no felony convictions Good moral and ethical behavior Willing to learn A desire to be part of an awesome team!

Firefighter

Cologne Volunteer Fire Company (CVFC) is located in the Township of Hamilton (Atlantic County) New Jersey. This fire company is composed by approximately 26 active members (20 Firefighters, 1 Engineer, 3 Lieutenants, 1 Captain, 1 Assistant Chief and 1 Fire Chief) which dedicate their own time and sometimes resources to save lives and protect the property of those in need. As a 100% volunteer fire company the CVFC firefighters are part of the 823,350 volunteer (2005 USFA statistics data) across the nation that perform fire suppression duties and provide emergency services to local communities. Being part of a local volunteer fire company is an opportunity for people to give back to the local community. This also helps local governments and township residents to reduce the cost of maintaining a 24/7/365 fire department staff. This is one of the reasons why 73% of all firefighters across the USA are volunteers and the rest are career or part time. In the last few years the amount of volunteers in the fire service has decreased substantially. This is due to a variety of reasons attributed to changes in lifestyles and the time required to respond to emergency calls and to train in order to maintain a high level of proficiency when an emergency call is received. For this reason the CVFC’s main goal is to increase its membership in order to provide a reliable service to the local community and neighboring areas.

18 years old or older.

Firefighter, EMT or both

Become a member as a firefighter, and emergency medical technician, or both. We will provide the training and the equipment needed for you to experience this rewarding way to give back to your community.

The desire to learn.

Volunteer Firefighter/EMT

The primary function of a Mescal-J6 Volunteer Firefighter and Firefighter/EMT is to protect the community from disaster situations, including house and building fires, and promote an environment of public safety within the Districts response area. This position also participates in fire prevention and inspection activities, equipment and quarters maintenance, and training dealing with all phases of fire suppression, prevention, inspection, rescue and emergency operation. Previous experience is preferred, but not necessary. Preference will be given to those with current Arizona Firefighter II and National Registry Emergency Medical Technician certifications,

Minimum qualifications to be a Mescal-J6 Volunteer Firefighter • High school diploma or GED equivalency; and • Must be at least 18 years of age at the time of application; • Must possess a valid Arizona Driver License w/ no more than two moving violations in the previous five years. • Ability to successfully pass a criminal background investigation and employer reference check. • Successfully pass a pre-employment physical and drug screen (paid for by MJFD) • Must attend no less than two training sessions/ drills per month and be available for 2) twelve-hour coverage shifts per month. • Must respond to no less than seven emergency incidents per month.

None

Local volunteer dept. Take the time to become a volunteer in your community see what it's like to be part of one the oldest professions.

14 years old to become Jr FF 18 years old to become a Sr ff

Firefighter

The Benton Volunteer Fire Company is currently seeking motivated individuals to serve their local community as a Firefighter. We are an active department that responds on average to over 100 emergencies per year. We provide a full range of firefighting,

Applicants are not required to possess any prior training. Applicants must be 14 years or older and are required to submit the PA State Police background and PA Child abuse clearance checks with their application. Once accepted as a member, professional

Volunteer Firefighter

SCFD is accepting applications for position of volunteer firefighter. All training and equipment will be provided. You must live or work in our fire district. We are located in Trenton, IL and cover 38 sq. miles. We average 75-80 calls per year and do not run EMS calls, we have a separate EMS service in town. Visit our website for application or email for any questions. sugarcreekfire@gmail.com

Live or work in district. Be willing to respond to emergency calls. Must be at least 18 years old.

Looking for Volunteer Firefighters

Stover Rural Fire Protection District is looking for capable enthusiastic volunteers. Working out of 3 stations we receive calls for fire suppression, both structure and wildland, motor vehicle extrication and medical assist to the local ambulance district. Training is provided

18 years of age, a desire to volunteer, ability to traverse difficult terrain, safety conscious

Support Team

Forsyth Fire is needing abled persons that would be will to be part of the firefighter support team. The support team assist many areas of the department from First Responder to firefighter on scene support to find raising and community relations.

Age 18 Pass a back Ground Check Current and legal driver license.

All Postions

The Edge-Scott Fire Protection District is currently hiring for all volunteer positions.

No prerequisite skill needed - we offer full training for all positions.

Wanted: Firefighers, EMT's, Fire Police, and Non-responders, North Hanover/Jacobstown NJ

Jacobstown Vol. Fire Company is searching for new members to join our team. Protect the lives of the citizens of North Hanover performing Fire and EMS services to our community. The road to becoming a firefighter, EMT, or Fire Police starts here. Benefits of becoming a member: EMT Stipend Program Firefighter Incentive Progam Free Training College Credits Career building skills College Tuition Assistance Hall Rentals Free Health Screenings Relief Benefit New Friendships Sense of Community Become the bravest North Hanover has to offer.

Must be 16 years old. Have the desire to help others and be a part of the community.

Volunteer firefighter

Apply to serve as a volunteer firefighter with the city of Mankato because now's a great time to join a team, learn new skills and give back to neighbors and community. Opportunities: • Resident volunteer firefighters live at the fire station and staff calls for service in exchange for rent. • Non-resident volunteer firefighters are community members who do not live at the fire station.

Applicants must live within 10 miles of any of Mankato's fire stations, interview and successfully pass a physical ability test. Training and equipment is provided.

Volunteer Firefighter

Volunteer firefighters needed in Jackson, NJ. The Whitesville Volunteer Fire Company is in need of a few dedicated individuals looking to serve their community. Positions include not just active firefighters, but junior firefighters starting at 16, and social members looking to assist with fundraising and community education.

18+ for an active firefighter, 16+ for the junior program, and a willingness to train and work.

Probationary Firefighter

Our department is looking for motivated individuals who are looking for a challenge and want to help their community. We serve a community of about 5 square miles and respond to approx 20-25 working structure fires each year. The community is still growing with a few shopping centers and mixed residential developments. All training is paid for 100% with no financial obligation from you. As a probationary firefighter you will assist with life safety and property salvation. As a probationary member you are expected to have all required training prior to starting your membership. You will remain a probationary member for six months when you will then become a full fledged active member.

Must be 18 years of age for associate membership and to be considered as an active interior firefighter once all credentials and prerequisites are met. If under the age of 18 please look for our junior membership where you will be able to participate in other classes and obtain several certifications depending on the age requirements for those classes. If you have no experience or training please see or associate membership listing.

Volunteer Firefighter

When you join the West Barnstable Fire Department (WBFD) you are not just a volunteer with a great organization. You are joining an organization with an important mission serving the West Barnstable Community and you are joining a second family. You'll find a rewarding experience serving people and giving to the West Barnstable Community. You'll also have unmatched training and experience that volunteering at the WBFD provides. You'll meet and exceed all of the minimum national standards for firefighters and EMS providers. As a volunteer firefighter you will: * Respond to fire alarms and extinguish fires as a member of a team. * Protect life and property by performing firefighting, emergency medical services, hazardous materials mitigation, rescue and fire prevention duties. * Engage in firefighting activities including, laying hose, raising ladders, and performing fire combat operating fire trucks, power tools, and equipment. * Provide emergency medical services at your level of training and certification (EMT, Paramedic or First Responder). * Participate in fire drills, attends classes in firefighting, rescue, EMS, hazardous materials and related subjects. * Assist with the inspection of buildings, hydrants, static water sources, and other structures and systems in fire prevention programs. Participates in the preplanning of buildings and hazards. * Perform general maintenance and cleaning of fire & rescue facilities, trucks, and equipment. * Provide programs to the community about safety, first aid, accident & illness prevention and fire prevention. * Participate in natural disaster operations to protect people and property during blizzards and hurricanes. * Teach others to be firefighters and EMS providers. Being a WBFD volunteer firefighter is about a lot more than just putting out fires and treating patients. It's an opportunity to learn cutting edge skills and use those skills to help the citizens of our community when they need it most. Being a volunteer firefighter is not about what you look like, what degree you have, what your primary job is, or where you came from. It is about one thing: heart. If you have the heart to serve our West Barnstable community in ways that few can, the WBFD is the place for you.

High School Graduate Massachusetts Drivers License Age 18 to 65 Good physical condition & health Must live in or near West Barnstable, Massachusetts WBFD will provide training

Firefighter/First Responder/EMT

We are looking for enthusiastic individuals that may or may not already be a firefighter/first responder/EMT. You aren't trained?? No problem! We will send you to school! We will also pay you a wage while you go to school!

Clean driving record. 18 years of age minimum.

Volunteer Firefighter First Responder

Looking for Great people that are willing to become a Volunteer Firefighter or First Responder.

Report for Training every Tuesday night from 1900hours to 2200hours. Also be willing to staff stations at least 12 hours per month. Must also complete min: Basic Fire and First Responder

Firefighter

1. Active members shall follow all established departmental Standard Operating Guidelines (SOGs) at all times. SOGs shall be established by majority vote of current Officers and shall be announced to members at regular monthly meetings prior to implementation. Failure to comply with either the SOGs or By-Laws may constitute disciplinary action, suspension and/or termination of membership. 2. When in the area protected by this Department and available for duty, it is the responsibility of all active members of this Department to respond to all alarms of fire or emergency that are transmitted to this Department. All members must use due diligence, caution and sound judgment in responding to the scene of an emergency. 3. Any active member responding to an alarm in a privately-owned vehicle shall do so with caution and shall observe all Alabama State vehicle and traffic laws. 4. All active members must attend a minimum of one (1) monthly training class, thirty nine (39) training hours annually and applicable emergency calls if available. Active members are expected to attend special work sessions, training sessions, and emergency calls when available to do so. The Department Officers shall recommend moving members that have not met the requirements of active status to inactive status to the Fire Chief. The recommendation will then be discussed at the next scheduled officers meeting or at a specially called officers meeting. 5. Any active member that responds to an alarm will be compensated Twelve dollars ($12.00) per alarm for reimbursement for (fuel, damage clothing etc.), members that attend sixty five percent (65%) of his/her training classes a year will be compensated Twenty dollars ($20.00) per alarm. 6. Members must standby at the fire hall or return to the hall once the emergency call is complete to support the cleanup of equipment and to place all fire equipment back in service to receive compensation for the alarm. 7. Equipment issued to members is the exclusive property of the Department and shall be treated with utmost care while in member’s possession. This equipment is only to be utilized by members in support of the Department’s duties/activities.

1. Any person eighteen (18) years or older, of good character and meeting statutory requirements, may apply for membership in the Department. 2. All applicants must have resided in the Department’s geographical area for three (3) months prior to applying for membership. The majority of the Officers present at any regular monthly meeting must approve exceptions. 3. All applicants must reside within the Department’s geographical fire district. The majority of the Officers present at any regular monthly meeting must approve exceptions. 4. All applications for membership shall be submitted to an Officer. The application shall then be referred to the Departments Officers. Upon acceptance of a review report, the Officers by majority vote shall recommend acceptance or rejection of an application to the membership at the next scheduled monthly meeting. 5. Approval by majority of the members present at any regular monthly meeting shall constitute acceptance. 6. All applicants are subject to a drug screening and background check.

Paid per call Volunteers/ Paid per shift Volunteers

we are in the need of anyone who's interested in helping their community.

Must be willing to give back.

Firefighter

The Randolph Township Fire Department is staffed by an all volunteer team of firefighters. We operate 4 stations in the town: Millbrook, Mount Vernon, Ironia and Shonghum Mountain fire departments. We are in need of people like you, that want to serve their community. Seven out of ten firefighters and emergency responders are volunteers, and Randolph needs more volunteers like you. We invite you to join a family that'll always have your back and train you up to serve our community in ways few can. We may even give you our secret chili recipe. Learn more at MakeMeAFirefighter.org Check out our stations here: http://www.randolphnj.org/government/fire_department

No experience necessary, we will provide you all the training you need.

Firefighter or Firefighter/EMT

Looking for volunteer firefighters for our department. We respond to approximately 220 calls per year. We respond to all medical calls, vehicle accidents, structure and wildland fires.

Willingness to learn!

Engineer (Driver/Operator) - Volunteer

Under the direction of a Fire Captain, incumbent drives, operates, and maintains fire equipment and apparatus. Assists in the suppression of fires, the conduct of fire prevention programs, and the enforcement of fire prevention codes and ordinances. Does related work. Incumbents of this class typically receive supervision from a Fire Captain. In general, the duties and responsibilities, work sites, working conditions, scope and levels of skills and responsibility required are identical with those of class of Firefighter, and reference may be made to that specific job description. In addition, incumbents are expected to successfully complete special education in motors, pumps, fire service hydraulics, and related special studies Depending upon assignment, duties may include, but are not limited to the following:  Responds to fire and other emergency alarms by driving assigned vehicle to required location.  Operates fire equipment and otherwise assists in the suppression of fires and in the protection of life and property.  Assumes primary responsibility for the servicing and maintenance of assigned fire equipment.  Assists in the maintenance of fire station and surrounding grounds.  Participates in the continuing training and instruction program by individual study of technical material and attendance at scheduled rills and classes.  Instructs other fire personnel in the operation and care of fire apparatus and related equipment.  Inspects buildings, theaters, schools, hospitals, factories, places of public assemblage and storage, and residential units to determine and enforce compliance with safety laws and ordinances.  Is subject to emergency call while off duty.  Study and become familiar with the Department’s jurisdiction, e.g. streets, intersections, fire hydrants, water mains, and sprinkler systems.  Confer with superior officers on policy and procedural matters.  Maintain records, prepare reports, and make public and/or committee presentations.  Undertake or assist with special projects, reports and studies.  May assume on-call duty on a rotating basis. TOOLS AND EQUIPMENT USED Emergency medical aid equipment, fire apparatus, fire pumps, hoses, and other standard firefighting equipment, ladders, radio, pager, personal computer, telephone. PHYSICAL DEMANDS The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. While performing the duties of the job, the employee is frequently required to sit; talk or hear; stand; walk; use hand to finger, handle or operate objects, tools or controls; and reach with hands and arms. The employee is occasionally required to climb or balance; stoop, kneel, crouch, or crawl; and taste or smell. The employee must frequently lift and/or move up to 10 pounds and occasionally life and/or move up to 100 pounds. Specific vision abilities required by this job include close vision, distance vision, color vision, peripheral vision, depth perception, and the ability to adjust focus. WORK ENVIRONMENT The work environment characteristics described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. Work is performed in office, vehicle, indoor and outdoor settings, in all weather conditions, including temperature extremes, during day and night shifts. Work is often performed in emergency and stressful situations. Individual is expose to hearing alarms and hazards associated with fighting fires and rendering emergency medical assistance, including smoke, noxious odors, fumes, chemicals, liquid chemicals, solvents and oils. The employee occasionally works near moving mechanical parts and in high, precarious places and is occasionally exposed to wet and/or humid conditions, fumes or airborne particles, toxic or caustic chemicals, risk of electrical shock and vibration. The noise level in the work environment is usually quiet in the office setting, and loud at an emergency scene. SELECTION GUIDELINES Formal application; review of education and experience; appropriate testing and interviews; oral interview; background check; physical agility test; drug screening; final selection. NOTE: Appointees will be subject to completion of a standard probationary period. GENERAL INFORMATION The examples of duties are intended only as illustrations of the various types of work performed. The omission of specific statements of duties does not exclude them from the position if the work is similar, related or a logical assignment to the position. The job description does not constitute an employment agreement between the Uintah Fire Department and the volunteer, and is subject to change by the Uintah Fire Department as the needs of the Department and requirements of the job change.

EMPLOYMENT STANDARDS Education and Experience: Any combination of education, training, and work experience which would likely provide the required knowledge, skills, and abilities is qualifying. Knowledge of:  Modern principles, practices, and techniques of fire department administration, organization and operation.  Modern methods and equipment used in fire suppression, prevention, investigation, and emergency medical services.  Principles and practices of public administration, including personnel, employee relations, and budgetary control.  Applicable local, state, and federal laws and regulations.  Utah Fire Service and Rescue Emergency Mutual Aid Systems. Ability to:  Work within a budget.  Plan, organize, and direct an effective and comprehensive fire service program including suppression, prevention, investigation, emergency medical services and maintenance functions.  Effectively manage personnel, including the maintenance of discipline and performance standards.  Communicate effectively in writing and verbally.  Develop effective working relationships with those contacted in the course of work.  Establish and maintain effective public relations.  Work irregular or protracted hours and respond directly to emergencies.  Perform occasional heavy and hazardous physical labor.  Meet and maintain physical standards.  Make fast and effective decisions. Required License:  Possession of a valid, appropriate state of Utah Driver’s License  UFRA/Equivalent Certification as: Firefighter 2, Hazardous Materials Operations (Apparatus Driver/Operator-Pumper Preferred)  Completion of UFD Engineer Manipulative Skills Sign off Certification in accordance with UFD training operations policies and guidelines.  Utah/NREMT certification at least: Emergency Medical Responder (EMT Basic Preferred)

Volunteer Firefighter / First Responder

The City of Sumiton Department of Fire and Rescue Services are currently looking for applicants for the position of Volunteer Firefighter. We have numerous openings which will be available to fill the coming year. Our department runs the city limits of Sumiton along with a large jurisdiction including the Bryan Community, Dilworth Community and Rocky Ridge area. The department averages over 1200 + calls a year. If you are looking to become a career Firefighter/EMT than we are the place for you, a large amount of our staff started as volunteers and are now in full time Fire Departments and EMS agencies including ( Birmingham Fire and Rescue , U.S Steel Fire/Rescue, Alabama Power Emergency Response Team and Regional Paramedics Services. If you choose to apply and have all requirements than after your probationary year the city will pay your Tuition for EMT-Paramedic school. We also are not only a department that runs fires we respond as a All-Hazards approach including Technical Rescues ( High angle Rope , Vehicle and Machinery Extrication , Confined Spaces), HAZMAT / WMD Response and all medical calls in the jurisdiction. We are an ALS or Advanced Life Support Department which means we have Paramedics respond on all calls and deliver Advanced Prehospital Care. We do require new applicants to respond to as many calls as possible during their probationary period. This gets the applicants time to learn all of the necessary equipment , Standard Operating Guidelines and day to day operations of the department. We do hope we have sparked more curiosity about the Fire Service and if you have any questions or want to apply please feel free to contact me at any time. Michael Waid Firefighter / Paramedic Sumiton Fire and Rescue Services

- Minimum 18 years of age - Valid Alabama Drivers License - No felony convictions - Able to pass the equivalent of the CPAT ( Candidate Physical Ability Test) - Must be able to safely respond to as many emergency incidents as possible during probationary year - Must pass the minimum training for a Volunteer Firefighter as stated by the Alabama Fire College this includes ( First Responder , Volunteer Firefighter 160 and Hazmat Awareness and Operations)

Firefighter

Bunker Hill Fire department is always looking for new volunteers that are looking to help out our community.

We will conduct a backround check. No felonies.

Volunteer Firefighters and EMT's

Volunteer Firefighters and EMT's needed

No experience necessary; all training will be provided.

Firefighter or Medic

The members of the Manhasset Lakeville Fire Department are dedicated to providing professional level service to the community. Manhasset Lakeville firefighters and medics have been providing a valuable service to the residents and businesses in our 12+ miles of area for over 100 years, giving unselfishly, through all types of fire, rescue, and medical emergencies. Our fire department is staffed by all volunteers and we are always looking for new members.

All applicants must be at least 17 years old. (Parental consent needed for applicants under age of 18) All applicants must be in good physical shape and be able to pass a department physical exam. All applicants must pass a background check. All applicants must be willing to maitain a percentage of total calls, attend monthly trainings and meetings, as well as other activities throughout the year.

Fire fighter positions both entry level and experienced

Entry level positions, these positions assist trained personnel at fire scenes, and at vehicle accidents all the while gaining experience. Personnel meet weekly on Tuesday evening at 7:00pm. Training is conducted every Tuesday and may consist of drivers t

Willing to help local citizens able to pass a physical exam if required Drivers license not a requirement but is recommended

Engineer / Driver Operator

Serve as a volunteer Engineer/Driver Operator Responsibilities include: Operating an emergency vehicle safely to and from the scene of an emergency or non-emergency event. Operating the water pumping and other emergency systems on scene and during training Monthly maintenance checks and verification of functionality of the apparatus and equipment on board.

Must be ages 18 and up to operate emergency vehicle NO CDL or previous experience required Will be required to take 40 hour Emergency Vehicle Driver Training Class and additional Pump Operations training and classes. Additional Requirements: Live in our fire district or on the very edge of it. (See map at www.bmfire.com) **We will make exceptions on case-by-case basis. Be willing to sacrifice your time and energy to the department. Must attend meetings (2 times a month), calls (roughly 20-30 per month), and complete duties around the station. Be willing to take required training courses. Most will be taught at local fire departments near us or could be held at our department. Have a valid SC Class D Drivers License or CDL's (but a CDL is not a requirement) Have no felonies on record for the past 10 years (per SC Law).

Volunteer EMTs

New Milford Community Ambulance is currently accepting applications for new Volunteer Members. NMCAC offers an exciting opportunity for new EMTs to gain experience with a high call volume; averaging over 2000 calls annually. NMCAC prides itself in staying at the forefront of EMS technology by purchasing some of the most advanced equipment currently available. Our Ambulances are equipped with LifePak15 Cardiac Monitors, LUCAS2 CPR Devices, Stryker PowerLift Stretchers and PowerLoad Systems. Our Certified Members are outfitted with a complete set of First Responder Equipment for their personal vehicles; including Automatic External Defibrillators, Portable Oxygen, and Trauma Kits in addition to ANSI Certified Turnout Gear and Motorola Portable Radios. Please contact us via Email to schedule an Observer Ride Along, arrange a tour, or learn more about our Organization.

Volunteer Members are expected to provide 24 hours of "Duty Crew" coverage each month, attend 6 Monthly Meetings annually, 5 Monthly Trainings annually, and participate in online training courses. Active Members enjoy free re-certification courses, meal & fuel incentives, private dorm and bath facilities, laundry & car wash provisions, and off duty house privileges. Uncertified Members are welcome to apply, Completion of an approved EMT-Basic course is required within the Probationary year. NMCAC offers certification course reimbursement to all members following 1 year of active volunteer service.

Volunteer Firefighter

The Cisco Fire Department will begin a “Paid On Call” firefighter to work either 12 or 24 hours shifts. The department will pay $100.00 for 24 hours and $50.00 for 12 hour shifts. Paid On Call firefighters are NOT considered full time or part-time firefighters for the City of Cisco. This program is designed for our current and future volunteer firefighters to gain experience and work towards a Texas firefighter certification; or members from other departments, that meet the minimum requirements, on their days off. The Cisco Fire Department is a certified training facility through the Texas Commission on Fire Protection and the State Fireman and Fire Marshals Association of Texas.

Must have or able to obtain TCFP – Basic Structural Firefighting Certification or State Fireman and Fire Marshalls Association of Texas within a reasonable time determined by the fire chief and training staff. Must have completed The Emergency Medical Responder Class http://www.trainingdivision.com/ems-training/emergency-medical-responder/, or ECA certification within a reasonable time determined by the fire chief and training staff. Must complete all required NIMS classes, 100, 200, 700 and 800 within 6 months Must complete the online Courage to Be Safe by the end of the first shift worked. Must complete the online Traffic Incident Safety Course within 6 months. Must have or be able to obtain Class B (Exempt) license within 6 months. Must pass a criminal background check. The tuition for any required schools will be provided by the fire department, most of it is paid with HB 2604 grant funds. The fire department trains the first and third Tuesday of each month, Paid On Call firefighters will train with full time staff on every shift worked to prepare for all emergency situations, daily station duties and other duties assigned by the station captain or the fire chief. PROCESS: 1.Complete a firefighter application that can be obtained at the fire department or on our website at www.ciscofd.com 2. You will be required to pass a basic PAT test which includes SCBA fit testing, dummy drag, charged hose drag, climb 5 stories in full PPE in a reasonable amount of time determined by the fire chief and training staff. ***NOTE Anyone wanting to use their own gear from their department or privately owned must show proof of advanced inspection and cleaning within the last year in accordance with NFPA 1851. The City of Cisco is growing town with a promising future, we have 1 fire station that we run out of and we are an ISO 4. We run about 1000 calls a year which includes non-emergency responses, mutual aid to other areas of the county, motor vehicle accidents, structure fires, wildland fires, Haz-Mat and EMS. our station is manned 24 hours per day 7 days a week. COME JOIN THE HOTTEST TEAM IN TOWN!!! For more information, call (254) 442 3078 Email: wfairbanks@ciscofd.com

Paid On Call Firefighter/EMT

The Darien Fire/EMS Department is currently seeking individuals who would like to make a difference in our community. We are a combination department that provides fire and EMS services. We are seeking paid on call firefighters and EMT's. No experience is necessary. We will provide all necessary training at no cost! Feel free to give us a call or stop down to see what it's all about!

Firefighters: -IFSAC Firefighter 1 within first year -IFSAC Firefighter 2 within second year -Healthcare Provider CPR EMTs: -EMT-B within first year

Fire Fighter, EMT, Admin, Women's Auxilliary

Are you an adrenaline rush junkie? Do you enjoy working in a team setting? Do you enjoy making friends? Have you ever considered becoming a Firefighter or EMT? If you answered yes to any one of the questions, then Crestas Terrece Volunteer Fire Company wants you! We are currently seeking individuals to fill volunteer positions as a Firefighter, EMT, Administrative and Ladies Auxiliary. If you are someone and/or know someone who is interested in joining our company, then we would like to hear from you. We Offer: Free Training and Educational Opportunities Hands-on experience in the field Opportunity to give back to the community A host of programs A Supportive atmosphere A lifelong Bond w/ friends, family & the community

Junior Member: 16-18 years of age Active Member: 18+ years of age ***Must be able to pass a background check ***Must be able to pass a physical examination (including drug screening) and stress test.

Volunteer Firefighter

The Independent Fire Company is one of four companies that make up the Mount Kisco Fire Department. The Department consists of two engine companies, a ladder company, and a rescue company. The Independent Fire Company, an engine company, consists of over sixty members. The Mount Kisco Fire Department is a 100% volunteer organization. You will find that participation in the Independent Fire Company will bring personal rewards and satisfaction, raise self-esteem, and provide you with a tremendous sense of accomplishment and pride for a job well done. It will also provide your community with a valuable service, a service that needs you now more than ever. Being a member of the Independent Fire Company requires a serious commitment. We recommended that you stop by our firehouse and discuss this commitment with the members of our Company that have been doing the job for years. Feel free to stop by the firehouse, chat with our members, and even watch us in action during one of our drills. Making the decision to become a volunteer firefighter will open new doors for you, will help foster new friendships, and provide you with challenges and rewards that can only be understood and appreciated by your brother firefighters.

Must be 17 years or older and a resident of the Mount Kisco Fire Protection District

Firefighter/Support staff

Dorchester County Fire Rescue is dedicated to safeguarding the lives, property, and environment of our community through: Exceptional Service Education Preparedness Prevention Response An essential function of the department is to provide opportunities for a positive presence in the community. A strong emphasis is placed on connecting the Fire Department/Service and the community together.

-Reside in Dorchester County, or within 1 mile of the County line and the fire district they will be representing -Be at least 18 years of age -Possess a valid SC drivers license -Have a clear criminal record -Have a high school diploma -Be in good physical condition and pass a physical agility test -Be in good health and be able to pass a pre-employment health screening

Firefighter

Working under direct supervision, and while operating in a team environment, responds to and assists in a variety of emergency and non-emergency situations including structures, transportation, wild lands and medical emergencies. Performs emergency equipment maintenance and performs routine station maintenance duties. Performs community fire and injury prevention responsibilities. This will be an entry level position within our department. Responsibilities are to obtain the training needed to respond to emergencies within the fire district. This training can be obtained through in house trainings, meetings, NC community college system, or on the job training. This position is allowed to respond to emergencies within our district.

18 years of age for Firefighters, live with 5 miles of the district boundary, Must pass an acceptable criminal background check, drug/alcohol screening and driving record check. TRAINING REQUIREMENTS No previous training or experience is necessary. All personnel are required to complete a minimum number of training hours annually according to the individual’s position and level of responsibility within the department. Required training is hosted by the department and other similar institutions throughout the state; fees for required training may be reimbursed by the department upon successful completion of the training if reimbursement funds are available. Firefighters are compensated on a per call basis, every six months.

Volunteer

Volunteers needed for all positions. Interior Firefighter Fire Ground Support Fundraising Business Administration

No experience necessary!

Firefighter and/or EMR

The Jones County Volunteer Fire Service is looking for dedicated men and women of all ages (minimum 16 years old) to join the ranks of our volunteer fire departments. Our organization, Red Line Recruitment, oversees the recruitment of new individuals into the volunteer fire service in Jones County, and would be more than happy to help place you in a department that is closest to your home address. No experience needed! All training and gear is paid for by your fire department! And best of all, you will gain knowledge, experience, and pride in serving your community. Additionally, many of our volunteers have utilized their time as volunteers to progress into career roles, such as firefighting, medical services and emergency management. Give us a shout and we will be happy to answer any of your questions or address any of your concerns.

Must be at least 16 years of age or older and a resident of Jones County, Mississippi. Must possess a valid Mississippi driver's license and submit to a background check, if required.

Firefighters and EMTs

If you enjoy hard work, pride, camaraderie, and an overall feeling of accomplishment, then joining the Montana City Volunteer Fire Department is for you! Please contact us on our FB page or website. We'd love to meet you and give you a tour of our operations. https://www.facebook.com/montanacityfire/ http://www.montanacityfire.org/index.cfm

Fill out an Application Be at least 18 years of age Pass a criminal background check Pass a driving record check High School Graduate or equivalent Live within 10 miles of a Montana City Fire Station Must not be a member of any other volunteer fire department Members wishing to participate in active firefighting are subject to mandatory medical checks.

New Member (See Description for membership types/styles)

Recruitment: The Savoy Fire Department would like to thank you for your interest in our department. Serving your community as a firefighter is a great way to help others. The position of firefighter takes a special type of person that is willing to give of their time to train and educate themselves. They must prepare mentally and physically to respond to emergencies in our community. The Savoy Fire Department also hires new members and volunteers who have special talents and job skills to help support the firefighting and emergency response aspect of the organization. Some of these specialties include but are not limited to: Emergency Medical Services: RN’s, EMT’s, Paramedic, etc. Information Technology: Web Designer, Server Support, Computer Specialist, etc. Trade Work: Carpenter, Electrician, Plumber, etc. Support Staff: Dispatcher, Driver/Operator, Chaplain, Support Services, etc. The Savoy Fire Department hires new applicants at least once per year and possibly more frequently than that based on the needs of the department and the amount of applications it has received. Applications can be submitted from anyone with no experience at any time but will be processed only at the time of a new probationary program being scheduled to begin. Applicants with prior experience in or on a Fire Department, EMS, Police, Military, Medical or other specialties that can serve the Savoy Fire Department will have their application reviewed on a case by case basis as soon as it is submitted.

Application Requirements: Must have the ability to: Communicate well with others. Understand and follow oral and written instructions. Work as a strong team player with a commitment to group success. Multi-tasks, thinks, and acts quickly in emergency situations if in a responder position. Listen to others and ask good questions. Be dependable, reliable, responsible, and possess integrity. Residency Requirement: 10 minute drive time from the station at 106 West Tomaras Avenue, Savoy for full members (Firefighters, EMS/Support, etc.) who respond on emergency calls. 20 minute drive time from the station at 106 West Tomaras Avenue, Savoy for standby members (Firefighters, EMS/Support, etc.) who respond on emergency calls. These members will also require dedicated hours where they must be “in house” (stay in the fire station) to be available for calls as well as able to respond to the station for larger/longer lasting incidents. 20 minute drive time from the station at 106 West Tomaras Avenue, Savoy for reserve members who normally do not respond on emergency calls and provide support services to the Savoy Fire Department (i.e. IT support, Administrative Services, etc.) Finally any person who lives in residence that is contractually covered for fire services by the Savoy Fire Department but outside of those drive times may join the department as well. Additional Information: Pre-employment applicants must successfully complete and pass the following: Reference Check Background Check Panel Interview Physical Screening for members who are in a responder position (Firefighter, EMT, etc.) Medical Evaluation for members who are in a responder position (Firefighter, EMT, etc.) Two Orientation Sessions All new hires are subject to completion of a minimum nine-month probationary period. Additionally applicants must meet the following requirements: Applicants must be over the age of 19 at the time of appointment. Applicants must possess a valid Driver’s License. Applicants must have no felony convictions. The Savoy Fire Department is a licensed Emergency Medical Services organization and therefore are required by law to have members who can be licensed to provide medical services/have access to medical records. Applicants must have a High School Diploma or G.E.D. Additionally applicants who are applying for a responder type position (Firefighter, EMS/Support, etc.) must meet the following requirements: Applicants must be able to perform firefighting tasks, rescue operations, and other emergency response actions under stressful conditions while wearing personal protective ensemble and self-contained breathing apparatus. This includes climbing ladders working at considerable heights and working in extremely hot or cold environments for prolonged time periods to name a few.

Volunteer Firefighter/EMT

The Green-Perrysville Joint Fire District is looking for trustworthy, hard working, and dedicated people to join our team of volunteers and part time paid staff. We provide initial training for anyone who successfully completes their probation, and shows the desire to want to help their community.

High School Diploma Must pass drug test and background check

Volunteer Firefighter

The Carteret Fire Department is a dynamic organization that has been serving the residents of Carteret for over 100 years with pride and dedication. Our volunteer firefighters respond to a variety of emergencies 24 hours a day, 7 days a week and 365 days a year to protect lives and property. We are currently looking for motivated individuals to join one of our two volunteer fire companies. This is an excellent opportunity to serve your community and become part of an elite group of individuals who are proud to be volunteer firefighters. Some of the benefits of volunteering with us include: * All uniforms and firefighting equipment provided by the department * Length of Service Award Program (similar to a retirement program) * Annual stipend (based on fire call and training drill attendance) * Volunteer service credit points on the NJ Civil Service Firefighter Examination As well as many other discounts and benefits that are made available to First Responders.

- Be at least 18 years of age - Be a U.S. Citizen - Have a valid NJ Drivers License and good driving record - Able to pass a medical examination & drug screening (paid for by department) - Pass a criminal background check which includes fingerprinting (paid for by department) - Able to complete required NJ State/Pro-board Firefighter 1 certification within 2 years of joining (192 hour course) - Meet all minimum department response and training requirements - Live in the Borough of Carteret at least 1 year prior to joining

Fire Police

Responsible for providing traffic and crowd control at the scene of a fire, accident or other emergency. Work in cooperation with fire/EMS personnel, law enforcement and other emergency / non-emergency personnel. Ability to attend basic training and respond to calls when available. Additionally you will be required to assist with fundraising, attend 1 training per month and 6 meetings per year.

Be over age 18 with a valid driver's license. Ability to pass a criminal background check. Ability to pass a Child Abuse Clearance check. All training is paid for by the department.

Volunteer Firefighter/EMT

Oakridge Fire and EMS is looking for hard working, motivated volunteer firefighters and EMTs. Oakridge is nestled in Eastern Lane County, approximately 40 miles from Eugene/Springfield. In 2015 Oakridge Fire and EMS ran over 800 medical calls and 70+ fire calls. We staff a first and second out ALS ambulance 24/7. Our ASA (ambulance service area) covers highway 58 from milepost 17 all the way to the Willamette pass ski resort (milepost 62) and the surrounding areas. We also respond to fire calls in the city of Oakridge, Westfir, and Hazeldell Rural Fire District. We couldn't do any of it without the help of our volunteers. Oakridge Fire and EMS has approximately 30 active volunteers and 6 paid personnel. With our increasing call volume, we are in dire need for more volunteers to help staff our agency and help our community.

1.) Must be 18 years of age 2.) Valid drivers license and reliable transportation 3.) Ability to pass a background check and drug screening 4.) Ability to attend Monday night drills (7 per quarter) 5.) Ability to work 12/24 hour shifts (up to 6 24 hour shifts a month) 6.) Legally able to work in the United States ($100 stipend per shift will be awarded) 7.) Must be a minimum of EMT or currently enrolled in an EMT course 8.) Hard worker and a good attitude

Firefighter/Fire Police/EMT/Contributing

Section 1 - All probationary members participating as Active Firefighters will be required to obtain IFSAC or National Pro-Board Certification for firefighters during their probationary period. Section 2 - All probationary members participating as Active Fire Police will be required to obtain a Fire Police I Certificate approved by the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania or the Bucks County Public Safety Training Center during their probationary period. Section 3 - If for any reason there is not an appropriate training course within the year; the probationary member must complete the first available class approved by the Fire Chief, and remain on probationary status until successful completion of said class. Extension of probationary period may be granted by approval of the floor by a two-third (⅔) vote cast by written ballot. Section 4 – All members participating as Active Contributing members shall be limited to non-emergency activities. Contributing members are permitted to attend Department meetings, but will have no vote, and will not be able to hold any elected office in the Department. Section 5 – All Probationary and Active members will be issued Department equipment, when available, to perform the duty and service of their branch of membership. Section 6: Any Active member wishing to participate in another branch of membership must request the transfer in writing and approved by a two-thirds (⅔) written vote of the members present eligible to vote. The member will be placed on probationary status for a period no less than one year and will be required to obtain the appropriate certification during that period. Membership in more than one branch is not permitted. Section 7 - Any Active member moving from within the Department membership limits shall be dropped from membership unless active status is requested by said member in writing within sixty (60) days of moving, and granted by a two-thirds (⅔) written vote of the members present eligible to vote. Section 8 - All Active members shall be required to participate in Department activities on a regular basis throughout the calendar year. Each member shall be credited on a point system basis for each service they perform on behalf of the Department. Section 9 - The Executive Board shall recommend to the Department each year the basis on which points will be given to maintain Active status. The Department shall sanction each year the number of points needed to continue membership status in the Department for Active members. Section 10 - Any Active member who has failed to meet the minimum point requirements shall be notified in writing during January that they will be dropped from the Department Rolls at the February regular meeting. Section 11 - In addition to the above, all Active members shall be required to attend at least four (4) regular business meetings per year. No point shall be awarded for attending regular business meetings. Section 12 - Upon written notice to the Secretary, members may be exempted (excused) for a regular business meeting for acceptable excuses; such as illness, disablement, or night work. Any questions on acceptable excuses will be determined by a majority voice vote of the members present at the regular business meeting. Written excuses must be received within seven (7) days after the regular business meeting to be included in the written minutes. Section 13 - Active members that have not achieved Life membership status, shall be dropped from the Department Rolls for failure to meet the number of points needed to continue membership status or failure to attend at least four (4) regular business meetings per year; and cannot reapply for membership for six (6) months. Section 14 - A member must be present at an activity to receive point credit. Section 15 – One (1) point will be awarded to a member for attending and participating in a regularly scheduled department drill. A member shall receive one (1) point for every four (4) hours of instruction received, outside of regularly scheduled department drills upon presentation of a certificate. Section 16 – A member shall receive one (1) point for every two (2) hours spent participating at a Department approved fundraising event. Section 17 - No member shall leave the scene of an emergency or leave the Station before all apparatus has been properly housed, unless excused by the Officer in Charge. Section 18 - Except when attending public affairs, all visitors must be accompanied by a member, when on Department property. Each and every member is responsible for the actions of their guest and will be held liable for any damages due to negligence.

2. Job Description A. Fire Fighter 1. Performing firefighting tasks (e.g., hose line operations, extensive crawling, lifting and carrying heavy objects, climbing ladders, ventilating roofs or walls using power or hand tools, forcible entry), rescue operations, and other emergency response actions under stressful conditions while wearing personal protective ensembles (PPE) and self-contained breathing apparatus (SCBA), including working in extremely hot or cold environments for prolonged time periods. 2. Wearing an SCBA 3. Exposure to toxic fumes, irritants, particulates, biological (infectious) and non-biological hazards, and/or heated gases, despite the use of PPE including SCBA. 4. Climbing 6 or more flights of stairs while wearing fire protective ensemble weighing at least 50 lb or more and carrying equipment/tools weighing an additional 20 to 40 lbs. 5. Wearing fire protective ensemble that is encapsulating and insulated 6. Searching, finding, and rescue dragging or carrying victims ranging from newborns up to adults weighing over 200 lb. to safety despite hazardous conditions and low visibility 7. Advancing water filled hose lines up to 2 ½ in. from fire apparatus to occupancy (approx. 150 ft.); can involve negotiating multiple flights of stairs, ladders, and other obstacles 8. Climbing ladders, operating from heights, walking or crawling in the dark along narrow and uneven surfaces, and operating in proximity to electric power lines and/or other hazards. 9. Unpredictable emergency requirements for prolonged periods of extreme physical exertion without benefit of warm up, scheduled rest periods, meals, access to medications, or hydration 10. Operating fire apparatus or other vehicles in an emergency mode with emergency lights and sirens. 11. Critical, time sensitive, complex problem solving during physical exertion in stressful, hazardous environments (including hot, dark, tightly enclosed spaces), further aggravated by fatigue, flashing lights, sirens, and other distractions. 12. Ability to communicate (give and comprehend verbal orders) while wearing PPE and SCBA under conditions of high background noise, poor visibility, and drenching from hose lines and sprinklers 13. Functioning as an integral component of a team, where sudden incapacitation of a member can result in mission failure or in risk of injury or death to civilians or other team members (RIT or FAST, two in/two out rule) 14. Drive and operate fire apparatus in a non emergency capacity in PPE (driver training program, fire prevention, etc.) B. Fire Police 1. Performing fire police tasks (e.g., extensive standing, lifting and carrying medium weight objects), public service operations, and other emergency response actions under stressful conditions while wearing personal protective ensembles (PPE), including working in extremely hot or cold environments for prolonged time periods. 2. Operating in proximity to electric power lines and/or other hazards. 3. Unpredictable emergency requirements for prolonged periods of extreme physical exertion without benefit of warm up, scheduled rest periods, meals, access to medications, or hydration. 4. Operating fire apparatus or other vehicles in an emergency mode with emergency lights and sirens. 5. Critical, time sensitive, complex problem solving during physical exertion in stressful, hazardous environments, further aggravated by fatigue, flashing lights, sirens, and other distractions. 6. Ability to communicate (give and comprehend verbal orders) while wearing PPE under conditions of high background noise, poor visibility, and moving vehicular traffic. 7. Drive and operate fire apparatus in a non-emergency capacity in PPE (driver training program, fire prevention, public service events, etc.)

Firefighter/EMT-B

Lewis County Fire District 5 continually seeks applicants for Volunteer Firefighter and/or EMT positions. Successful applicants will perform duties of a Volunteer Firefighter and/or EMT in responding to emergencies in our 65 square mile response area. Our Fire District is predominantly volunteer; the community depends very heavily on our well trained volunteer staff of emergency personnel. Being a Volunteer Firefighter/EMT carries with it many benefits which are fully funded by the Fire District without any cost to you as a volunteer. They include: • Training courses, training supplies • Equipment and uniforms • On duty accident and disability insurance • Volunteer firefighter’s pension program • Nominal fee reimbursements for duty shifts • Fully funded membership in the District’s Volunteer Firefighters’ Association. Membership offers many benefits including social and community service events.

Must be a Washington State Certified EMT-B or obtain certification within one year of hire. - Lateral applicants must have at least one year of documented Fire/EMS agency experience. - Must agree to provide a designated number of scheduled duty shift hours. The number of hours is variable and based on the total number of current active personnel. - Applicants are required to successfully complete an orientation program and then complete annual training requirements. - Applicants must have a valid Washington State Driver's License and submit a driving record abstract with an acceptable driving record per Department policies. - Applicants must submit to drug screening and criminal background investigation pursuant to RCW 43.43.830, the results of which may disqualify some applicants.

Fire Fighter/Emergency Medical Responder

The Fillmore Fire Department is an all volunteer department. We are currently seeking Firefighters and Emergency Medical Responders. Members also assist in a variety of fund raisers throughout the year.

Firefighter training consists of 100 hours of training through the local technical college. In house training is conducted on the third and fourth Monday nights of the month. Emergency Medical Responder training consists of 64 hours of training through the local technical college. In house training is conducted on the first Monday of each month. Re-certification is required every two years, this consists of 24 hours of training through the local technical college. Attending 51% of in house training is required for each position.

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We are looking for volunteers to join our department. We offer annual physicals, pension plan, tax abatments plus other incentives. Call 860-583-6509 or 860-283-5021 and leave your name and number or stop by any of our 3 firehouses on Monday nights to pick up an application. 21 Harwinton Ave, Hq- 691 Main St. or 1 Allentown Rd.

Must have high school diploma or equal. Must have drivers license. All applicants are subject to a background check before being accepted. See application for more detail and requirements.

Firefighter and EMS

Looking for men and woman interested in helping those in their community. Any type of service in the department is welcome.

Must be over 15 years of age with parents consent. 18 years of age without parents consent. No felony arrests and convictions.

Firefighter / EMT positions available

Become part of the Fire / EMS Dept. Family. We offer FREE!!! Training, state tax break and many other benefits to those that think they have what it takes to be apart of a dedicated volunteer position. Also excepting applications for Associate members, do you live in our first due and are a member of another dept. With certified classes as a Firefighter or EMT or a current driver at your own dept. Come talk to us if you can help make a difference in your neighbor hood.

The drive to help people, your community, your friends in a time of need. We offer FREE training.

Volunteer Firefighter - 5

Want to do something greater for your community? How about to challenge yourself? Caballo Volunteer Fire Department might be the answer for you. Our primary mission is structural firefighting but also train in wildland/ urban interface disciplines. Training is routinely conducted throughout the month and public/membership meetings are held the second Tuesday of each month. Contact Chief Ray Mullins Sr. at (575) 404-3992 or Captain Lorenzo Silva (575)343-6649 or simply stop by our station anytime you see any firefighters present for further inquiries.

Must live in the county of Sierra, New Mexico and within 20 minutes of the Station Must be able to conduct different ranges of physical activities Must be willing to assist citizens of the community in a proper and moral manner Must be able to Pass a background check Must be over the age of eighteen (18) Must have not been suspended from other Fire/Rescue departments within the past five(5) years Must be able to attend at minimum at fifty percent (50%) of membership meeting, roll-outs, and training

Firefighter/EMT/Support

Plymouth Fire and Rescue is located next to Newport and provides Emergency Services to those in need 24/7/365. We are looking for anyone interested in joining our department to help serve those in need. If your willing to learn, we are willing to invest our time into helping you reach your goals towards serving those in need.

Depending on what you would like to pursue to help those in need will determine what we will ask from you, all we ask for is your time and commitment. We will help you every step of the way to give you the tools to do your job.

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Want to do something greater for your community? How about to challenge yourself? Caballo Volunteer Fire Department might be the answer for you. Our primary mission is structural firefighting but also train in wildland/ urban interface disciplines. Training is routinely conducted throughout the month and public/membership meetings are held the second Tuesday of each month. Contact Chief Ray Mullins Sr. at (575) 404-3992 or Captain Lorenzo Silva (575)343-6649 or simply stop by our station anytime you see any firefighters present for further inquiries.

Must live in the county of Sierra, New Mexico and within 20 minutes of the Station Must be able to conduct different ranges of physical activities Must be willing to assist citizens of the community in a proper and moral manner Must be able to Pass a background check Must be over the age of eighteen (18) Must have not been suspended from other Fire/Rescue departments within the past five(5) years Must be able to attend at minimum at fifty percent (50%) of membership meeting, roll-outs, and training

Volunteer Firefighter

Volunteer Firefighter to respond on calls within the Town limits of Buena Vista, CO. Yearly call volume 200 to 400 calls and growning.. We respond to fire emergencies as well as medical, airport and river incidents. We have a major highway going through our town. We are surrounded by mountain passes.

Clean Background and driving history, must be 18 years old

Firefighter

All Volunteer department seeking all levels of support.

All members who are active firefighters must complete 6 months probation and obtain proper training in 1 year which is paid for by the department.

Firefighter

Charlotte Fire Department is looking for local volunteers to help our ever growing community.

No minimum requirements. We will help train you to help the community.

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The Triana Volunteer Firefighter/EMT drives or rides an emergency vehicle in response to fire rescue, emergency medical events, hazardous materials response/mitigation, and routine requests for help or assistance. In the performance of their duties, the Volunteer Firefighter/EMT places equipment, lays and connects hose; operates high-capacity pumps and directs water streams; raises and climbs ladders; uses chemical extinguishers, and uses self-contained breathing apparatus. The Volunteer Firefighter/EMT may enter burning buildings as part of a fire suppression team, performs ventilation tasks above ground, carries heavy objects and equipment and rescues injured or trapped victims. The Volunteer Firefighter/EMT also responds to requests for pre-hospital emergency medical care. The Volunteer Firefighter/Emergency Medical Technicians sets up and operate oxygen and auto-defibrillation equipment, administering pre-hospital emergency medical care to the sick and injured and performing other related work as assigned.

Becoming a Volunteer Firefighter for Triana volunteer Fire Department requires Applicants to be 18 years of age or older and hold a high school diploma or the equivalent. Candidates are generally required to pass written and physical exams, drug screenings, and background checks. We require Volunteer Firefighters to hold a valid driver's license and live within our department's service area. We prefer applicants who demonstrate strong decision-making skills, dependability and bravery. Triana Volunteer Fire Department requires Firefighters to become certified emergency medical technicians (EMTs) or emergency care providers, which is in addition to minimum level of certification. We ask that future Volunteers Firefighters attend EMT-Basic training courses offered by community colleges and healthcare providers. Along with classroom instruction in emergency response techniques, these programs incorporate practical experience in emergency rooms or ambulances. After completing formal training, EMTs may obtain certification by passing written and practical tests offered by the National Registry of Emergency Medical Technicians or a state certification board.

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The Elizabeth Avenue Volunteer Fire Company of Fire District #1 Franklin Township, Somerset, NJ is always looking for new members to Volunteer. You can view our website at www.Station26.com or find us on Facebook to learn more information. The Elizabeth Avenue Volunteer Fire Company has protected the northern portion of Franklin Township, Somerset County since 1942. Our completely volunteer membership operates an engine, a ladder truck and a Haz-mat response unit from our Wiley Drive firehouse. Our primary response area consists mainly of high-tech industries, large area distribution facilities, multi-story offices and hotels, a quickly growing residential area, two miles and two interchanges of Interstate Route 287. Ladder 26 serves as the primary ladder truck company for Franklin Township Fire District One and the Borough of Millstone, and responds to all fires and smoke condition calls, district-wide. Haz-Mat 26 carries bulk absorbents and provides primary defensive Haz-mat operations for Fire District One as well. In 2014 we responded to 716 calls for assistance, including fires, automatic fire alarms, motor vehicle accidents and other service calls. The time our membership devoted to training resulted in hundreds of man-hours being donated by our membership to the citizens of Franklin Township. In 2015 we expect to exceed 800 calls for assistance including over 50 Mutual Aid calls outside of District #1. We are always looking for new members in all capacities. We accept members not only from our response area, but also the surrounding area and surrounding communities. See our Volunteer Page at www.Station26.com for more information and benifits. The Elizabeth Avenue Volunteer Fire Company is a member of the following organizations: *Franklin Township Fire District One *Franklin Township Fire Chiefs' Association *Somerset County Emergency Services Training Academy *Somerset County Firemen's Association *NJ State Firemen's Association *NJ State Fire Chiefs' Association *International Association of Fire Chiefs *National Fire Protection Association *Fire Department Safety Officers Association

Positions are open for anyone age 16 or older and no prior training is required. We will provide all training free of charge to qualified applicants. Active Firefighter: Age 18 and above, responds to fire calls and actively participates in firefighting. Junior Firefighter: Age 16-18, responds to fire calls, assists active firefighters but does not actively engage in firefighting. Affiliate Firefighter: Already a member of another fire department, actively participates in firefighting. Associate Member: Assists with Administrative tasks and duties but does not actively participate in firefighting. Ladies' Auxiliary: Assists with fund raising, provides relief at fires and extended incidents.

Volunteers Needed

The Volunteers of the Akron Volunteer Fire Company have served their community since 1893. They serve as volunteers as well as hold full time careers outside of the fire service. These men and woman have families and find the time needed to volunteer for their community. Today the members of the Akron Fire Company are asking for your help, for you to get involved, by joining us and becoming a hero to those around you.

Firefighters: Make up the emergency response crew and respond to fires, vehicle accidents, medical emergencies and rescues. Fire Police: Respond to emergencies to direct traffic and provide on scene security Auxiliary: If you don't want to be an emergency responder we can still use you! The auxiliary holds many fund raising events and also assist firefighters by providing refreshments and other assistance.

Vol. Technical Rescuers and/or EMT's (WE WILL TRAIN YOU)

Richlands Vol. Rescue Squad Inc (RVRS) was established in 1972. RVRS is the Basic Life Support 911 ambulance service and medium rescue provider for the Town of Richlands, and the greater northwest region of Onslow County, North Carolina. We have a large response district of 380 square miles stretching from the outskirts of Jacksonville, North Carolina too the Duplin and Jones County lines. We are a Non-profit 501c3 corporation, who is made up of highly trained and dedicated volunteers. Onslow County Emergency Services has two-part time Fire/Rescue Emergency Responders who operate out of our building during the normal business week.

Minimum of 16 hrs per month Minimum of 9 of 12 meetings per year Occasional Shift work (Preferred 12hrs or 8hrs shifts) Fast Pace Enviroment Basic Computer Skills The will to learn and better the community.

Volunteer Firefighter / Department auxillary Member - COPY

Come Volunteer for your community!! KVFD provides all Training and Equipment free of charge. We just ask that you volunteer what time you can. We have training on 2 separate nights a week to help with availability schedules. We also have monthly fundraising opportunities that need staffed as well. Unable to fight fire?? We are also looking for members of the community to help the department host fundraising events, public outreach events, and other events. Sign Up Today!!

Junior Firefighters must be 13 years old, and be in good standing with grades in school. Firefighters must be 18 years old, pass a background check, and have a good driving record.

Firefighter

The French Village Fire Department is seeking ambitious individuals that want to volunteer in the community. We have positions open for individuals both in and out of our response district. We offer employee assistance program, sleeping quarters for those who wish to spend the night, cooking and showering facilities, and free Wi-Fi. Fire suppression training and education is also provided, you will receive NFPA and state standard certifications. Under 18? Inquire about our Explorer program for members 14-18 years of age.

Must be 18 years of age Legal U.S. resident Pass federal background check Pass drug screening

Volunteer Firefighter, EMT, or Social Member

The Shaft VFD is always looking for new members. Whether you want to ride the fire engine, help with fundraisers, or become involved with our administrative side there is something to do for everyone! Shaft runs approximately 300 calls per year. We have an engine-rescue, engine, utility, and brush truck. We hold a BINGO fundraiser every Wednesday night and 2 Cash Bashes per year to raise money for operating costs and other expenses. We look forward to serving the community with you!

No requirements! You will be provided training free of charge through MFRI!

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Volunteer firefighter and mfr. Must be certified within 2 years of joining

18 years old Valid drivers license Clean background

Department Support

The Goldendale Fire Department provides fire protection for the Citizens of the City of Goldendale and our guest.

Visit the Goldendale Fire Department for details on becoming a Volunteer Firefighter or Jr Firefighter. Meetings are Every Monday at 7:00 pm. (Meetings are subject to change/cancellation). - Must be 18 years of age - Must attend attend a minimum of ten percent or twenty hours, of all drills and/or training annually. - Must respond to a minimum of ten percent of all calls at the member's assigned station or twenty-four calls annually; or ninety-six hours of standby time. Additional requirements may apply dependent of individual assignment.

Administrative Members

Interested in getting involved but don't want to be a firefighter? In addition to fighting fires, we also have many administrative positions available. On a regular basis we need volunteers to help with tracking training certificates for the firefighters, track volunteer hours, write press releases and contact the media, update the website, and manage our community presence on social media . During emergency operations, we also need volunteers to help cook, answer phones, dispatch units, and provide logistical support to the firefighters in the field.

The hours for these positions vary based on your level of involvement, Helping to plan and market a fundraising campaign or public outreach session may only take a few hours a month. Maintaining training records and planning fundraising would be a few hours each week plus quarterly meetings.

Firefighter

Actively seeking volunteer firefighters to serve Anderson County. No experience necessary.

150 hour FF certification within two years. Background check Driving record check

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As a firefighter you will need to be able to left things, not afraid of climbing hills, you will be fighting fires, doing car wrecks

To be a firefighter you will need fireman one, haze mate, first aid cpr and aed. And have a valid drivers license or state id

Volunteers

The Trevose Fire Co is recruiting new members to join our Stipend Duty Crew Program. The program is to provide four (4) qualified firefighters 24 hours a day for the next four (4) years starting in late November 2017. To participate you must be, 1) A member of the Trevose Fire Company 2) Certification in Fire Fighter 1 IFSAC or ProBoard 3) PA DOH BVR or VRT 4) Hazardous Materials Operations Qualified stipend members will receive $70 for a 12 hour shift. Past Trevose Fire Co members who left in good standing, current and former members of other fire companies are welcomed to join; Trevose Fire Co does allow its members to belong to more than one emergency service origination. If you would like more information please contact Chief Ed Frydelwicz at efrydlewicz@trevosefireco.com All inquiries are confidential. Trevose Fire Co is an equal opportunity volunteer organization. The stipend program is funded by a SAFER grant from the DHS.

1) A member of the Trevose Fire Company 2) Certification in Fire Fighter 1 IFSAC or ProBoard 3) PA DOH BVR or VRT 4) Hazardous Materials Operations

Volunteers Needed!

West Glenville Fire Company is looking for new recruits for firefighters, EMTs, scene support, fundraising, community education, and administrative support. If you want to serve your community and help provide high quality emergency response to your neighbors, consider joining West Glenville Fire Company. Your talents are invaluable! Contact us today!

Requirements to become a Volunteer Firefighter: Must be 16 years or older. Produce a favorable background and reference check. A person living inside the boundaries of Fire District #6. A person residing outside the boundaries of Fire District #6, who's residence or place of employment is within reasonable traveling distance to the Station which will be determined by the Chief. A person living inside the boundaries of Fire District #6 who is a minimum of 16 years old with their parent or legal guardian's signed permission. Physicals are required and are provided according to District policy.

Prospective Members

The Alpha Fire Company is always looking for good new members to join our ranks. Even if the idea of running into a burning building is not actually how you want to volunteer your time, That's OK, we have other opportunities too. We have a wide array of non-firefighting duties as well. From EMS to Fundraising, Administrative to Public Education, we can always find a position for you. Stop by the station, e-mail our Membership Secretary, and/or check out our website. Additional information can also be found on our website on the recruitment page located within our Public Info tab.

Experience is always great but Not Required! We are looking for dedicated people that want to make a difference in the community. If you would like to be trained as a firefighter or an EMT, we can help you achieve those classes.

Firefighter/EMS

To provide fire protection, rescue and/or emergency medical services to members of the community.

-Minimum 18 years of age* -Willingness to learn new techniques and methods -Must be able to respond to calls -Attend drills and meetings -No criminal record This is not a comprehensive list, please contact department for specific requirements. *

Volunteer Firefighter

The Ronan Volunteer Fire Department was established in 1912 following a fire that destroyed much of the town that was built on the banks of Spring Creek. Located in the center of the beautiful Mission Valley, the Ronan Volunteer Fire Department serves approximately 12,000 citizens over 225 square miles in Lake County, Montana. Our members take pride in being a part of a great public service. We participate in up to 200+ hours of training annually. We also play an active role in Child Fire Prevention Education as well as other community events. We respond to approximately 200 calls annually that consist of structure and wildland fires, vehicle accidents, hazardous materials, rescue, mutual aid to other fire departments, mutual aid to Ronan Ambulance, and other services that the public may need. The protection of lives and property shall always be our priority. We are rewarded with a great community that is very supportive. --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- We are always looking for Volunteers in all capacities. The fire department's website has information on how to join; please visit: http://www.ronanfire.com/Join/

To be a firefighter for the Ronan Fire Department you must: -Be at least 18 years old, -Have a valid drivers license and, -Live or work within the Ronan fire district. Applicants are discussed and approved by the membership of the Ronan Fire Department. A two-year probation also applies to new members.

Live Firefighter/EMT

Live-in members are provided access to free Wi-Fi and cable television, as well as access to washers and dryers and an industrial sized kitchen. Additionally, members are issued uniforms, receive state-of-the-art protective equipment and benefit from participating in regular training opportunities.

Virginia Firefighter I and II and/or EMT or higher EMS certification(s) are required at move-in. Live-in members are required to become a member of the Carrollton Volunteer Fire Department, if you hold EMS certification, you will be required to affiliate with the Carrollton Volunteer Fire Department. Live-in members must also meet and maintain the following requirements while participating in this program: - Complete 60-duty hours each week - Maintain full-time employment, or - Maintain full-time student status, or - Maintain part-time employment and part-time student status concurrently.

Volunteer Firefighter

Volunteer firefighters provide fire prevention and fire suppression services for the department's primary response area, as well as providing mutual aid support to surrounding departments. Firefighters are expected to engage in regular training, achieve and maintain certification as a Firefighter I (or higher) by the Kentucky Commission on Fire Protection, Personnel, Standards and Education, and serve actively in department activities. In addition to fire prevention and suppression, firefighters are expected to participate in public relations activities, equipment maintenance and station cleanup, fund raising and community service activities. Firefighters provide standby fire suppression and general assistance at motor vehicle crashes, and EMT-certified members may provide assistance to EMS personnel, but our department does not provide EMS or rescue services.

Requirements include: - be 18 years of age or older; - have a high school diploma, GED or equivalent, or be actively enrolled in an educational program leading to a diploma or equivalent; - have no serious criminal record; - possess a level of physical fitness adequate to perform strenuous physical tasks; - no facial hair that interferes with the fit of a respirator (SCBA) mask; - have a commitment to community service and a strong desire to serve as a firefighter; - be willing to abide by the policies and regulations of the department. Prior training or experience is NOT required. Training is available within the department and from state-sponsored fire training schools.

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Need firefighter and EMT's, drivers and people to help with fund raising

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We are looking for individuals wanting to become a volunteer firefighter for the city of Overton,TX

16 years of age Clean background Live in the immediate response area

Volunteer Firefighter

Are you 18 years or older? Are you interested in serving your community as a volunteer firefighter? Did you know you can receive free training to become a NJ Certified firefighter if you join us!? Did you also know you can recieve numerous benefits from the Township of Ocean including Receation and access to the township pool complex? Contact us today to get an application Membership Applications Can Be Picked Up Mon-Fri 8AM-4PM At 72 Larkin Place Oakhurst, NJ 07755

-18 years of Age -Reside within the geographical borders of the Township of Ocean District 1

Firefighter

The Town of Sheboygan Volunteer Fire Department is looking for dedicated men or women to serve our community as a firefighter. New recruits with no prior fire service education or training are always welcome, as we will pay to have you trained. We also accept transfers! Our department protects over 7,000 residents with various types of housing. We also protect a large area of big box vendors and an industrial park. Our department receives over 70 fire calls a year on average.

Physically able to perform the duties of a firefighter. Attend 80% of our required drills and meetings. Live within a reasonable distance from our township. Complete all required firefighting courses.

Junior Firefighter

The Wittenburg Fire Department is pleased to announce the addition of a junior firefighter program to our department. The Junior Firefighter Program is now seeking new members between the ages of 14 and 17 to learn basic skills required for firefighting and other life safety programs. The juniors participate in training, and other activities throughout the year, and they also provide support to our department at the station and on calls.

Junior members must be 14-17 years old, live within the Wittenburg Fire District, and have the permission of their parent(s) or legal guardian(s).

Volunteer firefighter/emergency medical responder - COPY

Looking to recruit volunteers firefighters and emergency medical responders. No experience needed we will put you thru all training. Must have the desire and compassion to help others in the community.

At least 18 years old No prior or pending felonies, DUI/drug, or domestic violence charges. Valid drivers license High school diploma or GED Live in the fire district or very close to borders Must be willing to try and make all training requirements and emergency calls.

Volunteer Firefighters

We are looking for Volunteer Firefighters with or without experience to assist in responding on calls in our service area. The need for volunteers is for both communities, Madras and Culver. Jefferson County Fire provides Training during both evening and daytime hours three time per week to better accommodate the Volunteers work schedules. Volunteer Firefighters play an important role in serving the District's needs

Every Volunteer with the District shall: 1. Be Eighteen (18) years of age or older; Junior Firefighters sixteen (16) to eighteen (18) 2. Possess a valid driver's license and be insurable by the District Insurance carrier 3. Live within the boundaries and time limits based on Volunteer position and applicable District policy 4. Complete an application, pass a background check, interview, physical agility test and District orientation prior to being accepted as a probationary Volunteer. 5. Adhere to all training requirements based on Volunteer position as set by the District 6. Successfully pass a six (6) month probationary period, and be accepted as a full member of the Volunteer Association. A. Volunteer Firefighters shall successfully complete the following proficiency standards within six (6) months of entering the department: a. Knowledge of firefighting tools and their uses. b. Knowledge of compartment contents on all apparatus. c. Use of self contained breathing apparatus. d. Operations of the quick attack brush engines. e. Rescue practices class. B. Within the first twelve (12) months, completion of the following training: a. Complete an Entry Level Firefighter Academy. b. Complete an S-130/S-190 Wildland Firefighting class.

Volunteer Firefighter

We are looking for dedicated, enthusiastic volunteers who would like to serve their community by becoming a volunteer firefighter.

Volunteers must be between 21 and 54 years of age, must live or work 40hrs/week in our fire district, and be of good standing in the community. We train you on everything you need to know about firefighting once you've been accepted to the department.

EMT

We are actively recruiting EMT's

Must be 18 years old Must be drug free

Firefighter/ECA/EMT/EMT-P/Department Support Group

The Edgecliff Village Fire Department is actively seeking volunteers to join our department. We are a small community located just south of I-20 between Crowley Rd. & Hemphill St. just west of where I-20 & I35W intersect. We run out of one station covering just 1.5 square miles with a population of just under 3,000 citizens. We provide mutual aid to the cities of Crowley, Everman, Rendon, Benbrook, Burleson, Forest Hill, Kennedale, and others. We are currently accepting applications for volunteer positions.

Requirements: - Must be at least 18 years old - Must have a high school diploma or GED. - Must pass a criminal background check & reference check - Must pass a drug screen - Formal interview with department qualification committee. - Must be willing to commit to Tuesday night training & (24) hours of station coverage per month in addition to answering calls. - Valid TX DL - Must be able to read, write, and speak English fluently

Accepting applicants for firefighting, EMS, and ancillary services

Volunteer Firefighters work alongside and train with our career personnel in all aspects of fire suppression, medical/rescue, prevention, education, as well as the daily station duties when on shift. As our area grows, the demand for our services has increased, and our volunteer personnel greatly enhance our abilities and capabilities to assist the citizens of our response area. Ancillary members support our team in a variety of ways including; Rehab on extended operations, photography/videography, or other skills not involving firefighting or patient care.

A willingness to help the citizens (customers) of our community, in all weather conditions, and sometimes hazardous situations. Should be physically fit for the duties preformed. Must be of good moral and ethical character. No felony convictions, and no misdemeanor convictions for illegal drugs, DUI, assaults, etc. A background check is required. A clean driving record with valid drivers license is a must. Minimum age 18, for fire and ems personnel. Minimum age of 16 for ancillary members, including Jr. members. Certification through the State Firemans and Fire Marshals Association and certification of at least Emergency Medical Technician Basic, is preferred but not required to become a member. Neither is required for ancillary personnel. Residence should be in or near our response area. Must meet training and minimum participation requirements. Apply using our convenient online application.

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Volunteer Firefighter or Support Team members

Volunteer Firefighters needed for a small fire district in Marion County. Our district is 32 square miles 9minutes East of Salem, Oregon. We respond to an average of 600 calls a year, mainly EMS. Please Contact Assistant Chief Brad McKenzie for interest.

New members will be required to attend and graduate from the regional Fire Academy. For those looking to just do EMS, they will provided an EMR course unless already certified. All other EMS courses will be funded upon certification.

Volunteer Firefighter/EMT-B/EMT-P

The Oldtown Volunteer Fire Department is seeking qualified persons to serve our community as emergency responders. Looking for those interested in serving both fire and EMS.

Must be able to 9pass a criminal background check and either have current Maryland certifications or willing to train within 6 months of acceptance.

Firefighter/EMT

Are you ready for a change of pace in your life? Have you ever wondered what it is like to fight a fire, secure a vehicle accident, or provide patient care during a medical emergency? Beltsville Volunteer Fire Department in Prince Georges County, Maryland is actively recruiting volunteer firefighters and EMTs. We welcome people with or without prior firefighting experience. Beltsville VFD responds to thousands of calls for service each year and is located in Northern Prince Georges County. We are located near several colleges including the University of Maryland and Bowie State University. There are also many local businesses in the area that are hiring. The area is very diverse and provides for a unique experience. Do you live in another state besides Maryland, or in an area not near Beltsville? No problem. We have a live-in firefighter/EMT program with immediate openings available. Becoming a live-in firefighter/EMT is a great way to get experience in the fire department. All of our bunk rooms are individual, dorm-style, bunk rooms. In exchange for a place to live, you will be required to respond on emergency calls while you are at the station and perform basic station maintenance duties.

Basic Requirements for Volunteer Firefighter/EMTs - Be 16 years old - Pass a background check - Pass a physical exam - Attend VRS ( Volunteer Recruit School) > 3 day class to give insight on the Prince George’s County Fire & EMS Department - Complete Firefighter I training (provided Free through Maryland Fire and Rescue Institute) - Complete EMT Training (provided Free through Maryland Fire and Rescue Institute)

Firefighters - Rescue Technician - Junior Firefighters - Administrative/Support Members

We are always accepting applications for New Members. If you join our department, you will have the opportunity to attend CCAC for FREE to obtain an Associates Degree. We are looking for individuals that are interested in serving their community. Responding members (Firefighters, EMTs, and Drivers) are needed, but we also have other opportunities available. Please contact the Department for more information. Visit our website for more information on our Department and also becoming a member. http://gsvfd154.org/custom.html?id=20533

Experience Required: NONE Age for Junior Members: 14-17 years old Age for Active, Associate and Administrative Members: 18+ Background check: All members must pass a criminal background check and Child Abuse Clearance. All training and Personal Protective Gear will be provided free of charge. All applicants that are accepted will be under a probationary period during which time they must complete a basic training course.

Volunteer firefighter

Alvord Fire Department is looking for volunteers that want to help there community when in need.

Willingness to train, run calls when you are available, be part of your community

Firefighter

Established June 1st, 2019 from the merger of Baker Fire and Baker EMS. BCFR is a combination department consisting of career and volunteer personnel that proudly serve the citizens and visitors of Baker County.

Pass Background Check Hold valid FL Drivers License Live within Baker County FL, or be willing to do regular shifts and live in a nearby county.

Volunteer EMT/Firefighter

Firefighters and Emergency Medical Technicians provide firefighting, rescue, and emergency medical services including, but not limited to: Fire control and extinguishment, driving and operating firefighting apparatus and emergency vehicles, rescue, medical treatment, training, public education, and station/equipment maintenance duties. Essential job functions include: Safe and effective operation to protect lives, the environment, and property at fire, hazardous materials and rescue incidents and skillful use of specialized tools and equipment to include, but not limited to hose, nozzles, and appliances; power tools, and extrication equipment. Provision of basic life support resuscitation (CPR) and basic first aid Performing public education duties. Participating in training and development activities to maintain and improve professional knowledge and skills. Performance of routine station and apparatus maintenance duties. Members may also be responsible for safe and effective operation of apparatus and boats under non-emergency and emergency conditions.

**Applicants who do not currently possess Firefighter certification should anticipate attending Recruit firefighter academy in the Fall of 2017. Further details will be discussed during candidate selection. Routine work activity requires moderate strength, endurance, and aerobic capacity. However, emergency response operations require significant physical capacity. Physical demands include: Heavy manual labor while wearing firefighter’s personal protective equipment and self-contained breathing apparatus. Work out doors in all types of weather conditions. Manual dexterity and visual acuity to operate a variety of mechanical and office equipment. Crawling, bending, stooping, kneeling, and performing repetitive lifting for an extended period of time. Skills and Abilities Have the ability to apply the District’s values in achievement of our mission, and vision. Act calmly and effectively in emergency situations Provide compassionate and caring service under challenging circumstances Communicate effectively other emergency services personnel and the public Understand and follow written instructions Ability to perform mental mathematical calculations such as required for determining required pressure when operating fire pumps. Meet the physical demands of the position as established by the agency Ability to work at heights, in enclosed spaces, and under visually obscured conditions Mechanical aptitude and the ability to effectively use firefighting, rescue, and emergency medical tools and equipment Education and Experience Applicants should have a high school education (or equivalent). Desirable experience includes prior experience as a Firefighter, Emergency Medical Technician, Paramedic or similar work experience Licenses, Certification, and Other Requirements Applicants must meet the following requirements prior to selection and assignment for training: Successful completion of the Entry Process including candidate physical ability test (CPAT) Meeting the requirements of the Agency’s Medical Physical Examination Successfully pass the Agency’s screening for illegal drug use Desirable Qualifications The following qualifications are not required for selection, but are desirable: Current Firefighter certification Current Emergency Medical Technician certification Commercial Driver’s License Job Location: Medical Lake, WA 99022

Volunteer Firefigther

Fort Ellis Fire/Rescue is recruiting interested candidates for its 2015-16 Recruit Class. The class will form in November, 2015 and will be mentored through initial training to become full members of our department. Fort Ellis Fire/Rescue responds to 200 calls per year, including structure and wildland fire, MVAs on a mountain pass along I-90, EMS, and hazardous materials in our district as well as a member of a robust county mutual aid system.

Interested candidates need to be 18 and above, possess a clean driving record and have a passion for both learning and serving our customers. In addition, we have geographic restrictions in order to keep our good response times. Prospective volunteers will be considered if they live within these approximate parameters: Bear Canyon Road on the east, Willson Avenue on the west and Frontage Road on the north. Call for questions or clarifications.

Firefighters, EMT's and TR's

The Tramway Rural Fire Department is located in southern Lee County North Carolina. Our department was established in 1953 and serves a population of approx. 6,553 citizens within a 26.67sq mile area. We are curently rated by ISO as a 5/9 and provide Structural Firefighting, Airport Firefighting, and Wildland Firefighting along with Haz-Mat Operations, Technical Rescue and EMS First Responders. Currently our department is a combination department with 2 Full-Time paid personel and a large volunteer base. We are currently looking for both Qualified and New Recruits for our volunteer base. Anyone interested in joining our department must live within a 7mile radius of our department and be 18years of age or older with a high school diploma or GED. We ask anyone interested to please apply in person and you may contact us at anytime with questions.

18years of Age High School Diploma or GED

Volunteer Firefighter

The lifeblood of the Gaston Rural Fire District is volunteers. If you want to help out, you can download an application here. If you're a member of a local organization that needs a meeting place, the District's building might be just what you need. We have an application for that, too. NOTE: Applications for career staff positions are not available online. Volunteering at Gaston Fire We have volunteers who are 18 and we have volunteers who are in their 50s. We have volunteers from all walks of life: retail, healthcare, students, logging, high-tech and more. Some are tall, some short. Some are tough and rugged, some not. None of that matters as long as you care. We fight fires, answer medical calls, free people trapped in car wrecks, rescue people at Hagg Lake, pull horses from flooded streams ... It's easy to learn to be a firefighter. And it's free. Our Training Officer will give you details about the requirements and when the Firefighter Academy starts.

Over 18 years of age (Unless a part of our Gaston High School Cadet Program) Must have a clean driving record (ask for more information) Free of any felony convictions Ability to commit time towards training and response Valid Oregon Drivers License

Firefighter / EMT

Performs those duties required to mitigate hazards threatening the community, including but not limited to: fire related incidents, swift water rescue, hazardous materials incidents, emergency medical responses, and weather related emergencies. Performs all work and duties related to Fire Department response and operations. Work is performed under supervision of fire department officers.

Any person meeting the following requirements shall be eligible for membership in the Department: -Be at least 18 years old (14 years of age for the Junior FF Program) -Ability to obtain required training (36 hours per year) -NC Drivers License -Ability to commit to serving our Citizens and Glen Alpine Fire Department

Community members to train as volunteer Firefighter, Emergency Medical Responder, or Apparatus Operator

Glide Fire has openings for men and women looking for an opportunity to serve their community! Glide Fire provides ALL equipment and training necessary to become a volunteer Firefighter, Emergency Medical Responder, or Apparatus Operator. Many of our current volunteers work at paid full-time jobs as truck drivers, pastors, or engineers but still find time to volunteer at Glide Fire. Come join a great group of people committed to serving our Glide neighbors! Give us a call to find out more!

Be at least 18 years of age Have completed a high school or GED program Have a valid Oregon Driver's License

Ruston Fire Department- Volunteer Firefighter/EMT-B Trainee

Volunteer firefighter opportunity within the Ruston Fire Department. Offers a weekly training curriculum, stipend, and a Department sponsored firefighter academy. This position offers a great opportunity to serve close to Tacoma, WA, gain exposure to the fire service, and gain certifications that are required by many career fire departments.

We welcome you to come meet our crew while we participate in our Thursday night training drills. You are welcome to apply for membership if you meet the requirements below and have attended three of our training drills. *Participate in flexible day and night shift requirements, currently 18 hours of volunteer work per month *75% drill attendance - We train Thursday nights at 18:00 to 21:00 *Attendance in a sponsored volunteer firefighter academy if you don't have a Firefighter 1 certificate *Obtain an EMT-B certification within 1 year of start date *Ability to pass physical/medical examination (We'll pay for that) within 30 days of recruit status *18 years of age *High school diploma or G.E.D. *Satisfactory driving record *No felony arrest record (This position is for a volunteer firefighter/EMT position. The Ruston Fire Department is an organization that promotes equal opportunity and does not discriminate against individuals on the basis of race, gender, age, national origin, religion, marital status, status as a parent, sexual orientation, gender identity, or disability.)

All positions

Jefferson County Fire District #7 (Ozawkie Township) personnel protect life and property by performing fire fighting, emergency aid, containing hazardous materials and fire prevention duties. Our personnel maintain fire equipment, apparatus and facilitie

Volunteers must live in Jefferson County, Kansas. Preferably in or close to Ozawkie Township fire district. Available two nights per month for meetings/training. Additional specific requirements are necessary depending on the position desired.

Firefighter

Volunteer firefighters at the Goshen Fire Department respond to various emergencies including fire, rescue, marine, medical and so many other types of emergencies.

In order to apply to be a volunteer firefighter you must be 18 years of age or older. Once accepted into the department members are provided with all required training to be a firefighter.

Firefighter/ First responder

Paid on-call Firefighter/First Responder for rural area of 36 Sq. miles and approximately 5800 residents. All education is provided. Pay ranges between $12.50 and $14.50 per hour depending on experience and training. Department runs an average of 300 calls per year.

18 years of age, good driving record, no felony convictions

Community Education Volunteer

The Community Education Volunteer will lead the department's effort to provide fire, first-aid, and disaster education to the citizens of Pershing Township. Efforts to include: + Lead home inspections to find and mitigate fire hazards in homes (upon request of home owner or renter) + Provide information regarding home fire plans to the general public + Attend community events to promote Fire Education + Lead smoke detector inspection and installation program The Fire Prevention Director reports to the Pubic Information Officer.

Ability to pass background check Have good communication skills Experience in Public Speaking Experience in youth and adult education Experience in disaster and/or fire prevention education Ability to volunteer on evenings and weekends

Join Our Team

Want to become a fire fighter? Want to become a rescue technician? or even want to assist in driving or around the fire house? Visit www.moonrunvfc.org to find out more.

16 years of age or older.

Volunteer Firefighter's needed

Want to serve your community, friends and neighbors? Have a special skill that would help the department? Volunteerism is the core of our American values, and giving of yourself for the betterment and benefit of others is incredibly rewarding. Do you have what it takes to be a firefighter? The standards are high but the duty is fulfilling, if so please apply.

A willingness to learn, and serve others in our community and. Must be at least 18 years of age. Maintain a 15% average for responding to calls, attending meetings and training events. Be dedicated to adhering to your training schedule. Maintain a neat and clean appearance and conduct yourself with the utmost decorum in public. Successfully complete a criminal background check. complete the interview process.

Volunteer firefighter

We are looking for a few dedicated individuals to serve as volunteer firefighters throughout Hardin County TN. We provide all the training and gear.

Must have a valid TN drivers license May join as a junior firefighter at the age of 15 Must be 18 years old to join as a regular firefighter

Volunteer Firefighters

Looking for Volunteer Firefighters who welling to serve the community. All training is paid by the Fire Company

No requirements to Join. You will obtain the following certifications Firefighter 1, Haz mat ops, CPR/AED,

Emergency Medical First Responder

As a Northwest Harris Emergency Medical First Responder. Many of our First Responders may also be Law Enforcement Officers, EMTs and Firefighters.You are often the first medically trained professionals to arrive on the scene of emergencies and accidents at which point you might be required to perform CPR, First Aid, you may perform basic lifesaving techniques on scene and continue to provide care in a variety of emergency situations, including fires, natural disasters and medical emergencies.

To become state certified as a First Responder in Georgia; You must be at least 18 years old. Be in good physical condition as determined by a medical examination. Be employed or assigned as a full-time, part-time, or volunteer firefighter at a certified fire department. You need to hold either a High School Diploma or G.E.D. Show good moral character. Successfully complete the First Responder class as assigned.

Firefighter

Seeking Dedicated Volunteer Firefighters

Must live in the Central VFD district, have dependable transportation, No Criminal record, in good health, be able to perform periods of strenuous activities, courageous in the site of danger, be will to attending training, be a team player, be highly motivated, safety conscious, desire to serve, and great moral character.

Webmaster

We urgently need someone to maintain the Burnet Volunteer Fire Department Website. Please consider this opportunity if you have experience with website design.

Work with existing website or create a new one. Post updates on department calls. Post regular updates on safety and fire related information.

Firefighter or Junior Firefighter

We are looking for firefighter and EMT’s 18 years of age or older, as well as Munior Firefighters ages 16-17 years of age. We provide free training.

1. Ability to obtain 48 or 130 hours of training 2. Ability to work with a mentor to accomplish probationary skill training 3. Ability to respond when tones are activated 4. Ability to attend work details

Firefighter/EMT and Administrative Volunteers (No Prior Experience Needed)

The Cherrydale Volunteer Fire Department (CVFD), founded in 1898, is one of the few remaining volunteer fire departments in Arlington, Virginia. Helping career Firefighters/EMTs, CVFD serves Arlington County, a community of over 200,000 residents and home to some of our nations most historic landmarks including the Pentagon and Arlington National Cemetery. Volunteer Firefighter/EMTs in Arlington ride alongside career personnel out of any of the 10 ACFD stations located throughout the county or provide direct support during special events and major storms out of the volunteer fire station. CVFD is not only looking for operational members, but also administrative members who can assist in public education, fundraising efforts and volunteer management.

Must be 18 Years of Age or Older GED or HS Diploma Willing to serve a minimum of 15 hours/month Full Operational members will need to pass Firefighter and EMT courses within 2 years Operational members will need to pass a Candidate Physical Agility Test (CPAT) Willing to commit to at least 3 years of service *Visit our website to learn more about volunteer opportunities with our department and the steps to join. *No prior experience is required; however, if you have FF/EMT certifications, please let us know!

Fire Corps Volunteer

Performs Fire Protection Activities. May include incidental functions such as housekeeping, equipment maintenance, grounds maintenance, fire safety inspections, lecturing, performing community fire drills and inspecting homes, businesses, and schools for fire hazards. With the primary duty of preventing, controlling, and extinguishing fires. Volunteers in the Fire Corps may also volunteer helping in clerical positions and other roles to support fire personnel.

Must be able to pass a State of Washington background check. This position will work closely with school and other community organizations. Must be Dependable A valid WA drivers licensed preferred. Proficiency in Microsoft Office Suite Must be able to lift 50 lbs. Work well with others in a team environment. Maintain cool under pressure.

Call Firefighter

The Town of Mont Vernon is protected by a Fire Department comprised entirely of call firefighters (volunteers paid for hours of service).

No previous firefighting experience is required but sometimes helpful. The job is physical and at times requires you to function under extreme stress and conditions. The ability to work in enclosed spaces, heights, high heat and extreme cold a plus. Lifting 75+ lb and wearing bulky gear while doing so.

Vacancies in all positions at this time.

We provide Fire, Rescue, Emergency Medical Services, Fire and Life Safety Education, and Hazard mitigation to Glenn Dale, Fairwood, Lincoln Park, and the surrounding Communities, including parts of Lanham, Bowie, Woodmoore, Mitchellville and Seabrook.

For more information please visit www.GDVFD18.Com

Volunteer EMT

We’re looking for volunteers to help in the following areas:<br> <li>Provide medical coverage for sporting and other public events,<br> <li>Firefighter rehabilitation in both training and live burns,<br> <li>Wilderness medicine in remote areas with our SAR team<br><br> New or experienced applicants are welcome to apply!

Must be at least 18 years of age and must fill out all required application documentation, including background check and consent for drug screen along with copies of their driver’s license, social security card and all pertinent certifications.

Volunteer Firefighter

Do you have what it takes? The Dickinson Fire Department is a combination department looking for those interested in giving back to the community. The "Professionally Staffed by Volunteers" decal that you will see on our trucks tells of the level of commitment that our members have and the level that you could have as well if you want to get involved. Visit our Website for more information on our Department: www.dickinsonfire.com

MINIMUM QUALIFICATION REQUIREMENTS 1. Be a United States Citizen. 2. Be 18 years of age or older. 3. Have a High School Diploma or GED Certificate. 4. Have a current driver's license valid in North Dakota. 5. Pass a background investigation. 6. Consent to a drug screening, upon request. 7. Possess the following abilities: -Learn the operation of fire suppression and other emergency equipment -Learn to apply standard firefighter, emergency aid, hazardous materials and fire prevention techniques. -Perform strenuous or peak physical efforts during emergency, training, or equipment maintenance activities for prolonged periods of time under conditions of extreme heights, intense heat, cold or smoke. -Act effectively in emergency and stressful situations. -Follow verbal and written instructions. -Communicate effectively, orally and in writing. -Establish effective working relationships with co-workers, other agencies and the general public. 8. Be able to meet the physical demands described below: -Wile performing the duties of this job, the employee is frequently required to stand; walk; use hands and fingers, handle or operate objects, tools or controls; and reach with hands and arms. the employee is occasionally requires to sit; climb or balance; stoop, kneel, crouch or hear; and taste and smell. -The employee must frequently lift and/or move up to 10 pounds and occasionally lift and/or move up to 100 pounds. Specific vision abilities required by this job include close vision, distance vision, color vision, peripheral vision, depth perception and the ability to adjust focus. 9. Be able to respond to alarms day and night. 10. Be able to work a rotating Night Duty shift. 11. Become certified as a Firefighter I withing 24 months of being accepted onto the department. 12. Attend Fire Department meetings and training.

Junior Firefighter

The Friendship Fire & Hose Co. No 1 (Elizabethtown Fire Department) is seeking candidates for our Junior Firefighter Program. This program is a great way for persons under the age of 18 to be introduced to the fire service and begin to learn that basics of firefighting. The program also introduces junior firefighters to the fire department family and helps to build strong bonds that will last a life time. Junior Firefighters at EFD are provided with gear, uniforms and free training. Junior Firefighters are expected to attend trainings when available and respond to calls as their schedule permits. EFD is 100% committed to ensuring that junior firefighters make school a priority while exposing them to a variety of aspects of the fire service. Junior firefighters are also eligible to assist with fire prevention and fund raising details. In doing so, they become eligible for the department's annual incentive program and eventually participate in the department's tuition assistance program as they pursue a higher education.

Junior Firefighter Candidates are persons between the ages of 16 and 18. Junior Firefighters must: *Complete an application that MUST be signed by a parent or legal guardian *Must abide by all Federal and State Child Labor Laws *Must maintain a "C" Average in school (checked quarterly)

Firefighters/ First Responders/ Support Personal/ Junior Firefighters

The Highway 34 Volunteer Fire Department is currently searching for individuals who are highly motivated to become a part of our team and who are willing to help others within the community. We are looking for firefighters to gain certifications set forth by the department, meet participation requirements, and assist with community events as needed. We welcome individuals who do not want to fight fire apply with our department as well. We use these support personnel positions to assist with public education programs, fundraising events, and support functions on fire scenes. We meet every Tuesday at the fire department from 7pm-9/9:30pm.

Volunteer firefighters, support personnel and first responders must be at least 18 years of age, pass a criminal background check, and possess a valid SC driver's license. (Support personnel may not be subject to this). In order to join the explorer program, Explorers must be at least 14 years of age and have successfully completed the 8th grade. These individuals may remain in the explorer post until the age of 21 or can remain in it until they turn 18. Our explorers must meet participation standards set forth by the department.

Volunteer Firefighter

Gearhart Fire Department covers 29 Square miles. We are operated by 2 stations (main and sub) 2 Engines, 1 Tender, 2 brush rigs, 1 rescue, support vehicles. New recruits will attend a twice yearly recruit academy where they will gain the beginning knowledge to get their entry level Fire Fighter Certification. ● Join a group of dedicated men & women with an important mission ● Enjoy the sprit of teamwork and adventure ● Become an invaluable part of your community ● Take the opportunity to become a Certified Firefighter ● Become a Nationally Registered Emergency Medical Technician APPLICATION's Can be Picked up at City Hall or the Fire Department

Applicants must live within the District boundaries, be 18 years old, hold a valid driver's license, and be able to lift 50 pounds. Drug screen and background check will be completed upon acceptance of application. We also have a cadet program for those 17-18 years old

Volunteer Firefighter

Compton Volunteer Fire Department is looking for people that are interested in becoming volunteer firefighters and if your already have your Arkansas certificates and want to join we have our monthly meeting on the 2nd Monday evening at 630 at the County Line Baptist Church in Compton

Arkansas requires you to take 3 classes Intro to fire fighting, Personal protective equipment and Arkansas Forestry Wild land fire fighting.

Firefighter or trainee

Volunteer firefighters, we will outfit and train you to fulfill a need in the community

A need to want to help the community where you live.

Volunteer

The Pleasant Valley Fire District needs you!! Become a member of our family. Members are needed in the following areas: Firefighters, EMT, Fire Police, Support, and Ladies Auxiliary. Training and gear is free! Call 845-635-2117

All training provided free of charge.

Firefighter

The Moyers Corners Fire Department is a 100% Volunteer Fire Department serving our community since 1948. We currently have openings at each of our four fire stations located in the Town of Clay, Onondaga County, New York. No experience necessary, we provide the training and equipment. The MCFD currently has 150 members that include volunteer firefighters, emt's, paramedics, and fire police. We also have over 100 interior firefighters.

- 18 Years Old - High School Graduate - Live within the Moyers Corners Fire Department district

FireFighter and First Responder

Respond to all emergency 911 calls including fire calls, auto accidents, medical calls and all other emergencies.

18 years old, will train but must be willing and able to attend 16 hours per month for training.

Administration Member

We are looking for members to serve in a support role. Administration Members help the Company without riding emergency equipment. They help out with fundraising and other community events.

Must Be at least 16 years of age. Must submit to a background check.

Volunteer Firefighter/EMT

In 1845, the Mountain Fire Company of Dahlonega was formed by 38 community members and even though the group only lasted about twenty years due to the Civil War, they laid a foundation for volunteer firefighters in the area. In 1948, community members organized the official fire department and started to grow. Today we have eight fire stations, with four of the eight manned 24 hours a day. We are a proud family of paid and volunteer members who are looking for others who want to help us serve the community.

We are looking for committed individuals who want to be of service to the great community where we live. No prior experience required, Lumpkin County Emergency Services will provide all the necessary training for free.

Firefighter

Position is a volunteer position with the Mayview Fire Protection District, duties will include: Perform firefighting work, including preventing, combating and extinguishing fires to protect lives, property and the environment Operate fire equipment and tools appropriately Provide emergency medical care within scope of practice Quickly and effectively analyze hazardous situations and take appropriate course of action Participate in training, classes and drills in firefighting, emergency medical care, disaster response and specialized rescue Perform general maintenance work of fire equipment and facilities

1. Said person must be at least eighteen (18) years of age.(unless inquiring about junior program) 2. He /she must possess a valid Missouri drivers licenses. 3. He / she must be in good physical health. 4. He /she must live in the Mayview Fire Protection District. 5. He / she must submit to a probationary period of one year. The probationary period will be used to indoctrinate new firefighters in the policies and procedures of the fire department, use and maintenance of equipment, and training necessary to produce competent and professional volunteer firefighters.

Firefighter

Firefighters with the Association receive free in-house training through the Texas SFFMA. These firefighters respond to wildland fires, motor-vehicle accidents, structure fires, medical emergencies, as well as numerous other complex incidents.

Applicants must: - Be 18 years of age or older - Possess a valid Class C drivers license or greater - Have a clean criminal history - Be able to pass a drug test - Have a high school diploma, equivalent, or be working to achieve one. - Be insurable under the Association’s insurance policy.

Paid-on-Call/Volunteer Firefighter

East Valley Fire Department is always looking for highly motivated individuals to join our team in serving the needs of our citizens. We pride ourselves on the training of newly hired Firefighters, we look educate our personnel in the roles of Firefighting and Emergency Medical Services. The fire service is a very rewarding occupation, whether you are looking at making it a career or looking to help your local community. For more information please stop or give us a call and we will be more than happy to answer any questions you may have!

Unfortunately at this time we are only taking Paid-On-Call/Volunteers that live within the area of our jurisdictional boundaries, but if you would like further information on more volunteer opportunities please follow the link below.

Firefighter/EMT

Individuals sought who have an interest in any aspect of firefighting (structural and wild land) and/or EMS services. Hondo Fire and Rescue serves the Arroyo Hondo and Canada Village areas of Santa Fe County, New Mexico. We are one of 15 fire districts within Santa Fe County. We serve our district out of two stations, one on Seton Village Road and one at the intersection of the Old Las Vegas Highway and US285. Hondo’s district covers approximately 120 square miles and contains approximately 3000 homes. The population within the district is rapidly growing. This trend in population growth is followed by an increase in call volume. For example, in 1994 the department responded to 271 calls while in 2008 the department responded to over 540 calls. We are called upon to perform a wide range of protective services. We are trained and equipped for structure and wildland firefighting, vehicle extrication, swift-water rescue, low and high angle rescue, and emergency medical services. These services might not otherwise be available to our community if we did not volunteer.

None. All training provided. Previous experience welcomed.

Firefighter

We are currently looking for self-motivated non-paid employees. No training required.

You must be in good standing. Free from drugs and alcohol. Have a TN drivers liscene. Qualified applicants will be trained by our company.

Member

The Woodstock Fire Department is always looking for new members to help fight fires or to perform other tasks. We are very flexible on what we ask our volunteers to do. So if you are interested in fighting fires, please contact us but also be sure to give us a shout if you want to just help raise money, perform administrative tasks, or anything else.

Regular membership (i.e. firefighters) has no pre-requisites. However, after joining, all members must attend a certain number of in house training, fundraisers, and meetings. There are no requirements for members wanting to volunteer in different ways.

Volunteer

South Mountain Volunteer Fire Department is looking for committed and dedicated people who want to make a difference in the community. South Mountain Volunteer Fire Department responds to fire, medical, and hazardous materials incidents. The fire department also provides Non Emergency Transportation. It serves over 1800 residents in the following areas Guilford and Quincy Townships in Franklin County, and Hamiltonban Township in Adams County in their primary response area. The department also responds to mutual aid requests to neighboring communities. The fire department delivers fire prevention and safety educational programs to the community. South Mountain Volunteer Fire Department responds to over 300 fire and emergency services calls a year. South Mountain Volunteer Fire Department conducts over 24 fundraisers a year to pay for business operational expenses.

Applicants must be at least 14 years of age. No experience or training is necessary to apply. The department will train individuals who are committed and dedicated in providing fire and emergency services to the community.

Fire Fighter and EMS

Lynch Area Fire Protection District has been serving our community for over 37 years we have two stations and provides both Fire and Ambulance. We meet every Wednesday at 6:30 pm at 2315 Perrysville Rd. Danville Il

We have a cadet program min age of 16 and firefighter at 18

FF/EMT

Must be able to perform all the duties of a Firefighter / EMT as per NFPA Standards.

Must pass a department physical, background check and live within 10 miles of the station

Easton Township Fire Department

Easton Township Fire Department is a 100% volunteer department (no pay) made up of men and women serving their community. Volunteers needed for all positions including Firefighters, EMT’s/Medics, and support staff. Department training scheduled twice per month.

18 years of age or older with a valid drivers license. Reside close enough to Easton Township to respond to calls.

Volunteer Firefighter

The Volunteer Firefighter drives or rides an emergency vehicle in response to fire, rescue and emergency medical events, hazardous materials response/mitigation, and routine requests for help or assistance. In the performance of their duties, the Volunteer Firefighter/EMT places equipment, lays and connects hose; operates high-capacity pumps and directs water streams; raises and climbs ladders; uses chemical extinguishers, safety belts, lines and hooks and uses self-contained breathing apparatus. The Volunteer Firefighter may enter a burning building as part of a fire suppression team, perform ventilation tasks above ground, carry heavy objects and equipment and rescue injured or trapped victims and performing other related work as assigned

Must be at least 18 years old (We do offer a Junior Firefighter program for those 16-18) Must be a legal U.S. Citizen High school graduate or equivalent Must live within 10 miles of a Deep River Fire Department station Must possess a valid NC Drivers License Never pled guilty, no contest, or have been convicted of a felony Must not have had a suspension, revocation, or accumulated more than 8 points in the last three years

Volunteer At Aumsville Rural Fire District

Stop in at Aumsville Rural Fire DIstrict and become a part of something bigger than yourselves. We are located at 490 Church St. in Aumsville Oregon 97325

Must be 16yrs and older and be able to pass a background and physical test

Emergency Responders & Support Staff

The Pine Level Fire Department is seeking members to support all aspects of its emergency response activities. Firefighters, First Responders, EMTs etc.

Must Be 18 y/o

Volunteer Firefighter, EMT, and/or Department Support (Fundraising, Community Education, etc.)

McCordsville Fire Department is always looking for dedicated members: firefighters, EMTs, or support staff to fill our department's needs. We are in need of person's that have sense of duty, willingness to learn, and/or want to help with fundraising and support our firefighters and EMTs.

The McCordsville Fire Department is always looking for additional volunteers. No prior experience is necessary, however, preference will be given to those individuals who hold current, valid, state fire and/or EMS certifications. Once an application is received, it will be reviewed by our officers. After review, one of our officers will reach out to schedule an interview and provide additional details on follow up steps/items.

Volunteer Fire Fighter, Emergency Medical Technician

The members of Preston City Fire Department are looking for residents of our community who will work along side us. If your interest lies in cutting someone out of a wrecked car, we'll train you to do that. Do you want to become an EMT and serve on an ambulance crew? We can train you for that as well. Do you want to be the man or woman who drives and operates the big red fire truck? If you just want to put the wet stuff on the red stuff were good with that, too. Come visit our station any Monday evening to see where you can excel.

Volunteers must be 16 years old or older. All new members must be able to pass a background check.

Volunteer Firefighter

We are a 100% volunteer fire department that covers roughly 25 square miles. We average approximately 30 calls each year. The majority of the calls are for mutual aid to neighboring departments. We have 7 pcs of apparatus - 2 engines, 2 tenders, 1 squad, 1 brush truck, and a UTV. We train twice a month, the first and third Monday. We have our monthly meeting on the fourth Monday of each month.

U.S. Citizen. 18 years or older. Live or work within a respectable distance to the firehouse. A willingness to make a large time commitment by regularly attending trainings, meetings, required schooling, department fundraising events, and anytime the pager goes off. Entry level 1&2 is encouraged to be completed within one year of joining. The cost of those classes can be covered by the state of Wisconsin.

Firefighter / EMT, Driver-Operator, Support Staff.

Levant Fire and Rescue is located just west of Bangor and provides Emergency Services to those in need 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. We are looking for folks interested in joining our department to help serve those in need. If your willing to learn, we are willing to invest our time into helping you reach your goals towards serving those in need.

Depending on what your desire is in serving those in need will determine what we will ask from you for requirements. Rest assured we will help you every step of the way.

Firefighter

Looking to do something exciting and interesting? Looking to do something different than the rest of your friends? The Allendale Volunteer Fire Department (AVFD) is always looking to increase membership. It doesn’t matter if you are experienced or brand new to the job; there is room for you here at this department. If you ever thought about becoming a firefighter and want to help out in the community, now is your chance to make it happen. Here at AVFD you will be exposed to many different emergency and even nonemergency situation including structure fires, motor vehicle crashes, technical rescue situations, and the mutual aid alarms. This is great way to support the local community and even prepare for a paid career in the fire service.

Must be 16 years of age and live withing a 4 mile radius of the boarder of Allendale

Firefighter

Looking for people in the Jefferson Twp. area that would like to serve the community.

Already have or willing to get there level 1 fire card.

POC FireMedic

New Milford Fire Protection District is a progressive all hazard emergency response agency serving Southern Winnebago and Northern Ogle counties in North Central Illinois. The POC FireMedic serves the community by responding to a wide variety of situations, ranging from emergencies that immediately threaten life or property to routine citizen requests for information or assistance. They perform within the scope of the policies and procedures of New Milford Fire Protection District and they perform duties in the following general categories: fire suppression, emergency medical aid or rescue, hazardous material responses, training, building inspections and public education. The POC FireMedic normally works under the supervision of a company officer and is expected to function effectively as part of a highly trained team. They are also expected to perform their duties under adverse conditions and physical conditions that may pose a high risk of personal injury or exposure to hazardous conditions or infectious diseases.

Valid Illinois Drivers License Illinois EMT or Paramedic Licensure in Good Standing Must successfully test into the SwedishAmerican EMS System

Firefighter/EMT

The West Friendship Volunteer Fire Department is in need of volunteers to become firefighters and EMT's. This department is progressive and can offer help to obtain commercial drivers licenses for those wishing to drive fire apparatus. Help also is available to further EMS education past EMT to become a paramedic. Volunteering at West Friendship will also allow for in county tuition for an Associate of Applied Sciences in Fire Science at Howard Community College for those who qualify. The department has dorm rooms available for residency for those who qualify. An active cadet program is available for those aged 12-15.

-16 years old minimum, 12 for cadets -No criminal history (aside from minor traffic tickets) -Pass an application review process -Pass a department physical and drug screen

firefighter

We are a progressive Fire Department Looking for active members. We currently have 2 Class A Pumpers, 4 Brush Trucks, 1 Squad. We cover the City of Herington and 96 SQ miles of fire coverage. Our Rescue Coverage is approximately 500 SQ Miles. We have 2 full times members and the remaining our volunteers.

Attend fire drills - first Monday of the month Make 75% of the calls.

FF/EMT

We are currently looking for Firefighters and EMT's for paid on call positions.

FFI & II Hazmat Ops State of Michigan EMT or currently enrolled into a certified FF/EMT program

Junior Firefighter

Junior FFs can be anyone aged 14 through 17 who has an interest in emergency services and providing an important community service. Junior FFs begin training immediately and are subject to limitations of service as outlined by the laws of the Commonwealt

Age 14 through 17. Must live in or close to the Avoca community.

Volunteer Firefighter & Support Personnel

JOB DESCRIPTION Volunteer Firefighter (Volunteer FF) (Volunteer Position) GENERAL PURPOSE The Volunteer Firefighter (Volunteer FF) serves the community by responding to a wide variety of situations, ranging from emergencies that immediately threaten life or property to routine citizen requests for information or assistance. They perform within the scope of the policies and procedures of Gaston Fire & Rescue and they perform duties in the following general categories: fire suppression, emergency medical aid or rescue, hazardous material responses, training, building inspections and public education. The Volunteer FF normally works under the supervision of a company officer and is expected to function effectively as part of a highly trained team. They are also expected to perform their duties under adverse conditions and physical conditions that may pose a high risk of personal injury or exposure to hazardous conditions or infectious diseases. The Volunteer FF is required to attend regularly scheduled training in order to maintain the high level of knowledge, skill and ability necessary to function safely and effectively as a firefighter in accordance with state law, county protocols, and standard operating procedures. The work performance of a Volunteer firefighter is continuously evaluated for general knowledge, skill proficiency, and ability to work as part of a team. Any deficiencies are corrected through remedial training. DISTINGUISHING CHARACTERISTICS The Volunteer Firefighter is a non-compensated position SUPPORT PERSONNEL: This is a non-firefighting position that performs fundraising, education and administrative support to the fire department. JUNIOR FIREFIGHTERS: We do accept junior firefighters ages 14-17

1. Good physical condition 2. Clean driving record 3. No serious criminal offenses 4. Positive attitude

Fire Police Officers

The Hughestown Hose Company is currently seeking Volunteer Fire Police Officers for our department. Fire Police Officers are vital to many emergency and non-emergency operations and are often tasked with traffic control, scene security and preservation, and other tasks. In non-emergency roles, Fire Police Officers serve on duties such as assisting with parking during fairs, crowd control, and other security roles during public events. Although this is a volunteer position, Fire Police Officers are sometimes compensated for their time and services on a per call or per event basis.

All applicants must have or submit to a PA State Police Criminal History Check and a PA Childline Child Abuse Record Check. Personnel are encouraged to be age 18 years or older. Junior Members, age 14 years old to 17 years old, may join and train but will be limited to the duties they may perform. Previous training in fire, rescue, or EMS is strongly encouraged but not necessary. Applicants must possess proof they have completed a Basic and Advanced Fire Police Course and be appointed and sworn in as a Pennsylvania Special Fire Police Officer by the municipality or other legally permissible official (magistrate, judge, etc.) to engage in fire police operations as a Fire Police Officer. The department will help to provide training at no cost in Basic and Advanced Fire Police and provide official appointment as a Special Fire Police Officer.

Volunteer Firefighter

Servicing 56 square miles in southern Rhode Island, we need volunteers to actively assist in all aspects of the fire service including but not limited to hazardous materials response.

Training offered. Only requirement is the commitment to train and ability to respond.

Firefighter

Looking for qualified individuals to serve the community as a volunteer firefighter. All applicants must fill out an application, pass a background check, and a physical agility test. If accepted, we will pay for 100% of your initial training which consists of Firefighter I&II, Technical Rescue Awareness, Fire Service Vehicle Operator, and Hazardous Materials Operations. After you have successfully completed this training we also will pay for other training approved by the Fire Chief and Fire District Trustees.

18 years of age, and have a valid Illinois Drivers License, and no criminal record.

Firefighter

The Lanark Fire Protection District is looking for volunteer firefighters. Some of these duties include; Fight fires of all types (houses, buildings, automobiles, brush) Respond to fire alarm systems and emergency calls Extract stranded victims from dangerous situations, including burning buildings Administer medical aid and CPR to victims before ambulances have arrived Assist in major traffic accidents, particularly when flammable or toxic materials are spilled Help respond to any type of bomb threats Clean up affected areas after completing rescue operations and extinguishing fires Determine the root cause of fires Write fire reports and keep records of hazardous situations Educate citizens and schools with proper fire prevention and control practices Attend training workshops Operate a fire truck, hose, ladder, & fire hydrant Clean, maintain, and repair fire stations & equipment No experience needed! We will train you!

Applicants must meet the following criteria; Must be of at least 18 years of age. Must possess a valid drivers license. Must have a high school diploma or GED. Must be able to pass a background check and drug test. Must live or work in the fire protection district. Applications may be picked up at the Lanark Fire Station everyday between 7:30am and 4:30pm. Station is located at 103 West Carroll Street Lanark, IL 61046

firefighter

all volunteer dept. that fights mostly grass fires. We run on rescue calls from motor vehicular wrecks to EMS assists.

age 21 , valid DL , must beable to make meetings and trainings

Volunteer Firefighter

As an appointed Volunteer firefighter, the candidate will be required to serve his/her community by responding to a wide variety of situations, ranging from emergencies that immediately threaten life or property to routine citizen requests for information or assistance. They will also be required to perform within the scope of the policies and procedures of Grimesland Vol. Fire Department and they perform duties in the following general categories: fire suppression, emergency medical aid or rescue, hazardous material responses, training, building inspections and public education. Volunteer firefighters work under the supervision of an officer and is expected to function effectively as part of a highly trained team. They are also expected to perform their duties under adverse conditions and physical conditions that may pose a high risk of personal injury or exposure to hazardous conditions or infectious diseases. A Volunteer firefighter is required to attend regularly scheduled training in order to maintain the high level of knowledge, skill and ability necessary to function safely and effectively as a firefighter. A Volunteer firefighter is a non-compensated position. A Volunteer firefighter drives or rides an emergency vehicle in response to fire, rescue and emergency medical events, hazardous materials response/mitigation and routine requests for help or assistance. In the performance of their duties, the Volunteer places equipment, lays and connects hose; directs water streams; raises and climbs ladders; uses chemical extinguishers, safety belts, lines and hooks and uses self-contained breathing apparatus. Requirements

Requirements for becoming a volunteer firefighter with the Grimesland Vol. Fire Department include being at least 18 years of age or older and hold a high school diploma or the equivalent. Candidates are required to pass a background check, possess a valid driver's license, and live within a department's service area. Share this Opportunity!

Firefighter

Hebron Volunteer Fire Department is officially accepting applications for membership between January 4, 2017 and January 27, 2017. Any questions regarding the application or the application process, please call the Fire Dept. at 219-996-2550, or message the Fire Department Page. Applications available on our website hebronfire.net. Upon completion, please mail application to P.O. Box 84 Hebron, IN, or Drop off at the Fire Department on Wednesdays at 7pm.

Must be between the age of 18-35 over 35 must have previous experience. Applicants must be able to attend the district Firefighter I/II class. Must also live within HFD's coverage area, and must have a valid drivers license.

Firefighter

We are seeking new firefighters all equipment and training provided. Come help us help your community!

18 years of age Valid TN Driver's License No criminal history

Volunteer Firefighter

Serve the community of Landmark by responding to medical, fire and accident calls. Free training

Must be at least 18 years of age. No experience required

Live-In Firefighter

The Friendship Fire & Hose Co. #1 (Elizabethtown Fire Department) is a busy suburban department that offers a unique live-in firefighter experience for college students and other adult members. In exchange for responding to calls for service, station duties and training, live-ins reside at the fire station free of charge. We provide 10 private dorm style rooms (each room has a bed, desk, dresser, wardrobe, cable TV and wired/wireless internet access). In addition to these 10 rooms, we also have an "overflow" bunk room that can sleep an additional 6 personnel. In addition to free room-and-board, EFD also offers a variety of other incentives for your time and dedication. These include annual incentive program, paid training, tuition assistance, and more. The Elizabethtown Fire Department is within walking distance to the Elizabethtown College. It is just a short commute to the following colleges/universities: Penn State Harrisburg HACC Wildwood Campus HACC Lancaster Campus Lebanon Valley College Millersville University F&M College Our day room (lounge) is equipped with plush recliners, reclining sofa, big screen TV, surround sound, seperate big screen gaming TV and a pool table. Our in-house gym holds state-of-the-art commercial quality free-weight, cardio and kick-boxing equipment. We are always looking for motivated individuals to become a part of our team. If you have the drive and determination to become a firefighter with a progressive department, please feel free to stop by the station for a tour and an application or e-mail us at Recruitment@etownfire.com.

Firefighters requesting live-in status must be 18 years of age or older. Prospective live-ins must obtain approval from the live-in committee and must obtain/maintain the following: *Healthcare, renters and vehicle insurance *Minimum 56 hours/week availability or 20% call volume *Comply with department policies and procedures *The ability to obtain certification at the level of Firefighter I

ALL POSITIONS

VOLUNTEER FIRE DEPARTMENT ACCEPTING APPLICATIONS FOR ALL POSITIONS

MUST BE 18 AND LIVE WITHIN A 5 MILE RADIUS OF FIRE HOUSE. MUST BE IN GOOD HEALTH AND PASS A PHYSICAL AND BACK GROUND CHECK.

Firefighter or EMT-B or Department Support

We are looking for dedicated members: firefighters, EMTs, or support staff to fill our department's needs. We are in need of person's that have sense of duty, willingness to learn, and/or want to help with fundraising and support our firefighters and EMTs

No requirements needed up front. Firefighters and EMTs will need to go through the mandatory training that the state requires before they are able to perform the activites. Also, firefighters are required at least 1 training a month to equal 26 hrs a year

FireFighter/Driver/Social Member/Event Staff

The Beale Township Fire Company is a small rural volunteer company in Juniata County, Pennsylvania. Members are ALWAYS welcome/needed! FireFighters, Apparatus Drivers, Social Members and Event Staff/Helpers! We have various events throughout the year and are very appreciative of any help that can be provided! Come be a part of our family today!!!

Drivers/FireFighters must complete/pass a Emergency Vehicle Operations Class, have pump knowledge and pass/complete CPR/First - Aid Class.

Fire fighter/First Responder

Forsyth Fire is Active recruiting volunteers for firefighting,Apparatus Drivers as well as Support Team. Please call or stop by if you have any questions

Age 18 Pass a Physical and background check Live within 10 miles of ForsythCity Limits Good Driving Record Pass a Fire Dept Agility Course

Firefighter, Department Support and Fire Police

To assist the department by responding to Emergency and Non Emergency dispatches, assist with fund raising opportunities, assist with community outreach programs such as Fire safety education, home smoke detector initiatives and much more. Attend weekly in house training opportunities when available. Looking to make a difference but not to fight fires? Consider joining the Fire Police. We assist Fire Companies and local police agencies with traffic and crowd control, community events and other administrative duties. We need your help!

No requirements for becoming a member. Training at an approved Fire Academy before becoming an interior certified Firefighter. Other training opportunities are always available and free to attend as they are sponsored by the department

Volunteer Firefighter / Emergency Medical Responder

The Volunteer Firefighter/Emergency Medical Responder (Volunteer FF/EMR) serves the community by responding to a wide variety of situations, ranging from emergencies that immediately threaten life or property to routine citizen requests for information or assistance. They perform within the scope of the policies and procedures of the Cherokee Creek Fire Department and they perform duties in the following general categories: fire suppression, emergency medical aid or rescue, hazardous material responses, training, building inspections and public education. The Volunteer FF/EMR normally works under the supervision of a company officer and is expected to function effectively as part of a highly trained team. They are also expected to perform their duties under adverse conditions and physical conditions that may pose a high risk of personal injury or exposure to hazardous conditions or infectious diseases. The Volunteer Firefighter/EMR drives or rides an emergency vehicle in response to fire, rescue and emergency medical events, hazardous materials response/mitigation and routine requests for help or assistance. In the performance of their duties, the Volunteer Firefighter/EMR places equipment, lays and connects hose; operates high-capacity pumps and directs water streams; raises and climbs ladders; uses chemical extinguishers, safety belts, lines and hooks and uses self-contained breathing apparatus. The Volunteer Firefighter/EMR may enter burning buildings as part of a fire suppression team, perform ventilation tasks above ground, carry heavy objects and equipment and rescue injured or trapped victims. The Volunteer Firefighter/EMR also responds to requests for pre-hospital emergency medical care and , setting up and/or operating oxygen and auto-defibrillation equipment, administering pre-hospital emergency medical care to the sick and injured and performing other related work as assigned

Must be at least 18 years of age.( Junior Firefighter program is available for those 16 & 17 years of age) Must submit to a Statewide and National Background Check (at not cost to the applicant) Must have a valid Drivers License and submit a 10 Year Certified Driving Record Must be able to work as part of a team. Must be willing to obtain certain training and/or certifications (at no cost to the applicant) in an agreed upon amount of time. Weekly training sessions are conducted On Tuesdays at 7pm. Must attend a certain percentage of meeting, training, and call response.

Volunteer Fire Fighter/First Responder/EMT

Volunteer

19 years of age, High School Diploma or GED, ability to complete agility test

Volunteer Firefighter

A volunteer firefighter responsibilities are responding to calls involving all types of fires. Including grass fires, structure fires and other fire related calls. Firefighters will also respond to motor vehicle accidents and other calls of service. Firefighters will also help in rescue operations.

Must be 16 years of age or older. No previous fire experience is required we will furnish the training. Must be willing to learn and have a positive attitude and willing to help members of their community. Must live within the response area of North Lyon county Fire District 2. The boundaries are from road A to Road U and Road 310 to Road 400.

Volunteer Firefighter

The South Oldham Fire Department is always in need of volunteers who live in our fire protection district to become firefighters. As a volunteer firefighter we will provide you with all the equipment and training you need. With county wide recruit classes starting annually, it's always a good to join our team!

As a volunteer applicant you must possess a valid Kentucky driver’s license and have a high school diploma or equivalent. A criminal background check will also be performed by the department as part of the application process.

Firefighter and EMT

Volunteer Firefighters and EMTs needed. From Beginner to Experienced.

A little to committee to training and participation in our community events.

Search and Rescue Team Member...

We are Searching for YOU... Do you have an interest in Search and Rescue? Do you have compassion for the Missing? Would you like to be on a Team that is dedicated to helping those in need? If so we are looking for you... We are an all Volunteer Search and Rescue Team and we are always looking for more Volunteers to join the ranks... We are looking for the experienced and the in-experienced... No training...no worries come on board and we can and will train you. Experienced Firemen? Experienced in EMS? Experienced in Rescue.... We need you too! Come on board and help us expand the capabilities of the Team. Come be a part of our Family who is dedicated to helping those in need. Volunteer Today!! Contact us about how to join the Team... We are Searching for You! The South Central PA Search and Rescue Team is a developmental Search and Rescue Team based in York County, Pennsylvania. The Team was developed to help local emergency services and communities deal with lost or missing persons no matter what the situation entails. South Central PA Search and Rescue is a 100% Volunteer, Non-Profit 501c3, Search & Rescue Team that is available 24/7 - 365 Days a Year. We are a "Support" Team that local Fire, Rescue, EMS, Police, Water Rescue, and other emergency agencies can call upon to assist in mitigating any incident involving a lost or presumed missing person. The Team operates with Ground Search Crews, a K9 Search Team, a Mountain Bike Search Team, a Water Rescue/Resource Team, and a CERT Team. All Team Members are very professional and certified in various aspects of Search and Rescue as well as EMS and Medical, Firefighting, Water Rescue, Hazardous Materials, NIMS, and many other certifications which support the overall team operations. The Team can also function strictly as a CERT Team to assist in times of Disaster and to assist in Emergency Evacuations, supplement Emergency Personnel, assist with Medical Operations, and support Rescue Functions.

New Members are required to fill out and submit an Application along with a $10.00 Application fee. New Members are required to complete a 6 month Probationary Period before being voted into Full Membership and must complete relevant Background Checks pursuant to PA State Law.

Recruitment

Recruitment Event at UNH freshman orientation

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Volunteer Firefighter

Duties and Responsibilities include the following. Other duties may be assigned. • Responds to fire alarms and extinguishes fire; • Performs firefighting, salvage, and rescue functions; • Performs salvage operations such as throwing salvage covers, sweeping water and removing debris; • Operates and helps to maintain and is knowledgeable in the use of specialized equipment such as self-contained breathing apparatus, power rescue equipment, air bags, gas detectors, heat detectors, generators, chain saws, and more; • Responds to and renders assistance in emergency cases when dispatched; • Assists in cleaning equipment and put apparatus back in service after a fire at the station; • Operates and maintains radios and other communications equipment; • Participates in required training classes and education; • Participates in monthly business meetings and fundraising activities of the Fire Department; • Assists in maintaining building quarters and grounds; • Assists in performing fire prevention functions, including assisting with pre-fire planning and speaking to schools and the general public about fire prevention. • Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with employees and volunteers, other agencies, and the general public. • Performs all work duties and activities in accordance with City of Brenham and Fire Department policies and procedures;

Supervisory Responsibilities The firefighter may be called upon to exhibit his/her leadership abilities. This is a non-supervisory position; Qualifications To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. Education and/or Experience High school graduation or its equivalent; or any equivalent combination of education and experience that provides the required knowledge, skills, and abilities Knowledge Of Fire prevention and suppression equipment, principles, methods, and practices; and standard office practices and procedures Skill/Ability To Operate computers; establish and maintain effective working relationships with co-workers and the general public; communicate effectively, both orally and in writing; read and understand manuals, policies, and other documents; and operate and maintain fire suppression vehicles and equipment. Certificates, Licenses, Registrations • Must be physically capable of operating the vehicles safely, must have a valid Class B exempt Driver’s license is preferred and valid insurance coverage on personal vehicle that responds to fire alarms. In order to operate Brenham Fire Department apparatus you must have Class B exempt driver’s license. • The new firefighter recruit will be required to complete SFFMA Firefighter I within his first 6 months and SFFMA Firefighter II within 12 months of being voted into the department; Recruit firefighter will also be required to take and pass the SFFMA Firefighter I & II test; An extension may be approved if qualifications are not met due to extenuating circumstances. Physical Demands The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by a firefighter to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. While performing the essential duties of this job, the firefighter frequently is required to stand and walk on various types of surfaces, and constantly is required to reach with hands and arms, bend, kneel, crouch, climb, crawl, twist, and to talk and hear. The firefighter frequently is required to drive a vehicle. The firefighter must be able to use hands and fingers to write and/or type information into computer and clean and maintain the fire station. The firefighter must frequently lift and/or move objects weighing 20 to 50 pounds, such as fire hoses and other equipment and materials, and occasionally must lift and/or move objects weighing 100 pounds or more with or without the assistance of another officer. The firefighter must be able to see clearly, with or without vision correction, in close situations, at a distance, and peripherally, and be able to recognize colors and adjust focus. The firefighter must be able to perform multiple tasks simultaneously, such as walking while pulling the fire hose and watching for dangerous situations, and must be prepared to be called upon to perform acts of intense physical exertion during emergency situations.

Volunteer Firefighter - 3

Want to do something greater for your community? How about to challenge yourself? Caballo Volunteer Fire Department might be the answer for you. Our primary mission is structural firefighting but also train in wildland/ urban interface disciplines. Training is routinely conducted throughout the month and public/membership meetings are held the second Tuesday of each month. Contact Chief Ray Mullins Sr. at (575) 404-3992 or Captain Lorenzo Silva (575)343-6649 or simply stop by our station anytime you see any firefighters present for further inquiries.

Must live in the county of Sierra, New Mexico and within 20 minutes of the Station Must be able to conduct different ranges of physical activities Must be willing to assist citizens of the community in a proper and moral manner Must be able to Pass a background check Must be over the age of eighteen (18) Must have not been suspended from other Fire/Rescue departments within the past five(5) years Must be able to attend at minimum at fifty percent (50%) of membership meeting, roll-outs, and training

Tombstone Fire Halloween Trunk or Treat

Application to participate in the Tombstone Fire Trunk or Treat event for 2018. Event will be held at the Old Tombstone Highschool football field Wednesday October 31, 2018. Tombstone Fire will provide lighting, hotdogs and power if needed. Event starts at 6PM (1800hrs). Trunk or treat particpaters should arrive at 5:30PM (1730) to park and set up. Participating groups that cannot complete online application should call the station. Leave a message if no answer and tell us your name, number, and reason for the call.

Requirements to participate: Attraction must be in a trunk of a car/truck. Must be 18 years or older All snacks and candy must be pre-packaged, no homemade goods. Display/Trunk must be able to fit in a 8’x16’ plot. Must bring your own tables, chairs and materials. Bigger plots are available if requested. Plots will still only be 16’ in length but can be widened. There will be a plot number given when application is filled. There a total of 200 Plots Available as of 7/6/18 DEADLINE TO PARTICIPATE IS 10/25/18

Firefighter/Emt

We are seeking individuals to join our combination department as a volunteer FF/EMT.

Minimum of mandatory firefighter, attempt emt school, and FF1/2 within 3 years.

Volunteer Firefighter - BUSY department! No experience required

Community Volunteer Fire Department (CVFD) is always looking for more firefighters! So far in 2015 between fire and EMS, CVFD is averaging 23.1 incident responses per day. If you are looking to see some action and give back to the community, CVFD may be the department for you. If you do not have any fire experience, we teach a full recruit class which results in Texas certification through SFFMA. CVFD's protection district is located on the West/Southwest side of Houston, TX. We do not have a residency requirement, and we have some volunteers that travel an hour or more to serve with us. For more information visit us at www.communityvfd.com

- High school diploma or equivalency - Valid driver's license (or be able to obtain one) - Pass a criminal background check (a criminal history does not automatically disqualify you) - Be at least 18 years of age

Firefighter

We operate a 100% volunteer department that provides fire suppression, technical rescue, and medical first responder services in Greene County, NC. All training and equipment provided. Contact Chief Anderson for more info, visit our website at www.shinefireandems.com, or like us on Facebook (Shine Fire and EMS) and follow us on Twitter (@ShineFD).

We have opportunities for everyone, starting at age 14. If you have an interest, we have a place for you!

Volunteer Firefighter/Volunteer EMT

Looking for volunteer firefighters and volunteer EMT's.

Must reside within Lancaster, NH

Volunteer Firefighter

<b><u>GENERAL PURPOSE:</u></b> <br> The Volunteer Firefighter serves the community by responding to a wide variety of situations, ranging from emergencies that immediately threaten life or property to routine citizen requests for information or assistance. They perform within the scope of the policies and procedures of Laramie County Fire District #1 and they perform duties in the following general categories: fire suppression, emergency medical aid or rescue, hazardous material responses, training, building inspections and public education. <br>The Volunteer Firefighter normally works under the supervision of a company officer and is expected to function effectively as part of a highly trained team. They are also expected to perform their duties under adverse conditions and physical conditions that may pose a high risk of personal injury or exposure to hazardous conditions or infectious diseases.<br> The Volunteer Firefighter is required to attend regularly scheduled training in order to gain or maintain the high level of knowledge, skill and ability necessary to function safely and effectively as a firefighter in accordance with our standard operating procedures. The work performance of a Volunteer firefighter is continuously evaluated for general knowledge, skill proficiency, and ability to work as part of a team. Any deficiencies are corrected through remedial training.<br><br> <b><u>DISTINGUISHING CHARACTERISTICS:</u></b><br> The Volunteer Firefighter is a non-compensated position. The Volunteer Firefighter may be awarded a stipend in an effort to cover expenses incurred in the course of volunteering for the District. Volunteer Firefighter are assigned to a shift and expected to be at the station for a minimum of 48 hours per month and are expected to respond from home to District calls. Individuals fulfilling the duties and responsibilities of a Volunteer Firefighter will at all time present themselves in a courteous, professional and responsible manner. <br><br> <b><u>ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:</u></b><br> The Volunteer Firefighter drives or rides an emergency vehicle in response to fire, rescue and emergency medical events, hazardous materials response/mitigation and routine requests for help or assistance. In the performance of their duties, the Volunteer Firefighter places equipment, lays and connects hose; operates high-capacity pumps and directs water streams; raises and climbs ladders; uses chemical extinguishers, safety belts, lines and hooks and uses self-contained breathing apparatus. The Volunteer Firefighter may enter burning buildings as part of a fire suppression team, perform ventilation tasks above ground, carry heavy objects and equipment and rescue injured or trapped victims. The Volunteer Firefighter also responds to requests for pre-hospital emergency medical care in which they aid help sick or injured persons, setting up and/or operating oxygen and auto-defibrillation equipment, administering pre-hospital emergency medical care to the sick and injured and performing other related work as assigned.<br><br> Please visit or website at LCFD1.com for more information.

<b><u>Minimum Requirements:</u></b><br> 18 Years of Age<br> High School Diploma or equivalent<br> <br> Laramie County Fire District # 1 will train a hired individual to meet the minimum training requirements to come off of probation which includes: Wyoming Firefighter 1 and 2 and Hazardous Materials Operations. <br><br>The district does afford many opportunities to further your fire education to include but not limited to: Wyoming Apparatus Driver and Operator- Pumper, Wyoming Apparatus Driver and Operator - Aerial, Emergency Medical Technician, Wyoming Officer 1 and 2, Wyoming Instructor 1, 2 or 3 etc.

Volunteer Firefighter

The Cardiff Volunteer Fire Company is always seeking new members. If you are interested in joining or know someone who is interested in joining, stop by Station 1, 6609 Black Horse Pike, and talk to any officer or firefighter on any Thursday night.

Membership in the company is open to all residents of 16 yrs. or older of Cardiff, Egg Harbor Township that are able to perform the duties of a volunteer firefighter regardless of race, creed, color, sex, age national origin, marital status or physical handicap. Applicants must be capable of fulfilling the physical requirements of a firefighter and are subject to a complete background check by Egg Harbor Township Police Department prior to being accepted. Medical Examination: Applicants will be required to obtain a physical test record by a NJ licensed physician. The attached physical form is to be completed in full and returned with the completed membership application. Any incomplete physical forms or applications are subject to return if not completed properly or in full.

Firefighter

Help Wanted,Lisbon Fire Department, Lisbon Maine is looking for people who are wanting to give back to the community. No need for any qualifications, we will train you, and pay for you to get trained. Our mission statement is as follows: The Officers and Members of the Lisbon Fire Department are dedicated to preserving the highest quality of life for the citizens of, businesses in and visitors to the Town of Lisbon. We shall meet this goal through the protection of life and property and the mitigation of man made and natural emergencies. We shall always seek to provide the very best in training to keep our members abreast of the ever changing field of emergency services. The Members of this Department, working together, will provide a professional and caring environment that is fair, honest, ethical and that treats all individuals with respect and dignity. The Department will be a progressive, service oriented organization which provides innovative and effective leadership. Department Members will be supportive and responsive to the needs of Town Government, in a loyal, ethical and professional manner. We shall accomplish this through safety, education and effective and efficient delivery of emergency and non-emergency services and perform our duties honestly and faithfully to the best of our ability; without favor or prejudice. This statement is dedicated to all of the members of the Lisbon Fire Department both past and present.

Must be in good physical condition with no criminal record.

Firefighter/EMR

We are looking for motivated individuals who are interested in serving their community and making differences in peoples lives. We are looking for people in the Loreauville area who are interested in becoming, or already are, a firefighter or EMR. All equipment and training needed is provided by the department. Loreauville Volunteer Fire Department responds to all types of emergencies including structure fires, vehicle extrication, medical calls, hazmat calls, grass fires,etc. Full applications can be obtained directly from the department or emailed directly to you.

Minimum age - 18. No prior experience required. Must be in good physical/mental health. Willingness to serve and learn. Live within the response area of the department. Attend 1/4 of all training's and meetings throughout the year.

Entry level firefighter

The Bennington Fire Department is actively seeking new volunteers to join our department. We especially encourage women and people of color to apply. In addition to cover the Village of Bennington we are active in a robust mutual system serving a tri-state area.

Entry level requirements include general good health, a minimum of a G.E.D. or high school diploma and the ability to pass a police screening.

Driver/Operator

The member will be well trained in the knowledge of road safety and operation of an emergency vehicle. The member will be able to drive all apparatus assigned to the Fire Department and have the knowledge required to get water from the truck to firefighters on the hoseline known as Pumping.

New members will take a driver safety course and have several hours of driver training in each apparatus before being cleared to drive.

Rescue Squad Member / Rescue Technician

Rescue squad members provide a wide variety of rescue services, including technical rescue (e.g., vehicle crash extrication, technical rope rescue, farm accident rescue, light building collapse/USAR), water rescue and recover, wilderness search and rescue, and other procedures required to locate, access and stabilize lost, missing or entrapped individuals. Squad members also provide assistance to EMS, standby first aid and support services for public events, traffic control at emergency incident scenes and public events, and a variety of other public safety services. Squad members are expected to complete both initial and continuing training, participate actively in emergency response, public safety and community service activities, perform equipment and station maintenance, and support fund raising activities.

Requirements for this position include: 1) live, work or attend school full time in Madison County, KY; 2) be at least 18 years old; 3) have a high school diploma or GED (or be actively attending a high school or equivalent educational program); 4) possess a high degree of honesty and integrity; 5) have a strong interest in community service and be willing to commit adequate time and effort to squad membership; 6) have no serious criminal record; 7) have the physical ability to perform moderately strenuous work; 8) be willing to comply with the policies, operational procedures, and protocols of the squad. Prior experience and/or EMT certification is helpful but NOT required. All required training is available through the squad and/or through state-sponsored training courses.

Volunteer Firefighters and Fire Police Officers

Located in Manheim Central School District, we serve Manheim Borough and parts of Penn Township and Rapho Township. We are always looking for more volunteers to serve as Junior Firefighters (16-17 years old), Firefighters (18 years old and up) and Fire Police Officers (18 years old and up). Please contact us to get more information or go to our website at www.manheimfire.com or search for us on Facebook as "Manheim Fire Department".

You must be a resident of the Manheim Central School District or work in our first due area, in which you are permitted to leave for fire calls. It is preferred that you reside in our first due district as well. Previous firefighting or fire police experience is great, but not required. We will provide opportunities for all of your required training!

Volunteer Firefighter

Bardstown Fire Department averages 120 calls per month. We respond to fire, rescue, and medical emergencies as well as provide the following community services: • Public fire and safety education • Industrial fire extinguisher training • Child passenger safety education • Smoke detector installation and home safety inspections We take great pride in what we do to protect and serve the citizens of Bardstown! Some benefits of becoming a volunteer firefighter with Bardstown Fire Department • Training and equipment is provided • Reimbursement for response and training • Potential for higher education assistance • Gaining invaluable knowledge and skills • Being part of a community and establishing a social network • Feeling a sense of pride, courage, and accomplishment Bardstown Fire Department is seeking men and women to join our department and become volunteer firefighters. We are staffed by full and part-time personnel as well as volunteers. Our volunteer firefighters are an integral part of our department. If you have the desire to serve your community and meet our requirements, contact us or stop by!

Volunteer Requirements: • Must be at least 18 years of age • Pass a background check and medical exam • Adhere to department grooming policy which includes being clean shaven and maintaining a positive public image • Receive 18 hours of training per quarter (minimum) • Perform 24 hours of standby time per month which may be in (2) 12 hour blocks or (1) 24 hour block

Firefighter - Certified and Non Certified

We provide all the training No expense to the member Pay per call Pay per Training Session Workers Compensation Pension Plan Great Department events - Annual Parties, Spring Competition, Family Get together's, Childern's paties ALL INCLUDED AT NO COST TO THE MEMBER

Must be 18 years old High School diploma or GED Pass department medical Provide and criminal history

Volunteer Firefighter or First Responder

Marion Volunteer Fire Department is seeking volunteers for any and all positions. We are a small department running about 360 calls a year serving the cities of Marion and Santa Clara as well as the surrounding county.

A heartbeat and a passion to serve the community and your fellow neighbors in their time of need. All training will be provided. Applicants must be also be at least 18 years old, have a valid drivers license and must be able to pass a background check.

Firefighter / EMR

Entry-level firefighter positions available.

18 years old. Valid drivers license. All required training provided.

Firefighter

Probationary firefighters in beginning stage of firefighting.

No felony convictions, High School deploma or GED Driver's license Be willing to have basic training in: Firefighter 1 and 2 Hazmat Operations CPR, AED EMR certification Everyone Goes Home

Volunteer Firefighter - all positions wanted

HOME RESPONDER - A Volunteer Firefighter who lives less than five minutes driving time from their assigned station. TOUR OF DUTY - A Volunteer Firefighter who lives more than five minutes driving time from their assigned station, but not more than 35 miles outside of district borders. RESIDENT VOLUNTEER - A Volunteer Firefighter who lives at an assigned station, under an agreement that is in addition to the standard position description.

ALL MCFD #1 VOLUNTEERS MUST: Be a minimum age of 18; Possess a High School Diploma or GED; Possess or obtain an Oregon drivers license within 45 days of hire; Be able to obtain or already possess DPSST Firefighter I and II Certifications, through an accredited program or the MCFD #1 academy; Complete and pass a Certified Physical Agility Test (CPAT); Pass a physical exam, background and DMV check; and Maintain the minimum monthly requirements for your assigned position.

Volunteer Firefighter

Performs firefighting duties such as combating, extinguishing and preventing fires, and answering emergency calls with an engine, rescue, or miscellaneous vehicles. Lays and connects hoses, direct water onto burning structures and/or motorized vehicles, raises and climbs ladders, uses other firefighting techniques such as ventilating burning buildings, administer first aid to injured persons, performs salvage operations, and responds and performs emergency medical activities. Participates in fire drills and attends training classes in firefighting, first aid and other related subjects. Handles routine custodial maintenance of the fire department equipment (such as firefighting tools, medical equipment, etc.) apparatus and quarters. Conform to the safety requirements of the fire department.

Minimum Qualifications of Standards Required for Performing Essential Job Functions Georgia Firefighters Standards and Training Council Firefighter Certification Requirement: O.C.G.A 25-4-8 • At least 18 years of age • Have good moral character • Have a valid driver’s license from the State of Georgia • Pass a criminal background check • Pass a drug screen • Pass a motor vehicle history check (driver’s license check – past 7 years) • Be in good physical condition as determined by a medical examination • Possess a high school diploma or GED

Firerfighter / EMT

Palmyra Township Fire Department is always looking for people to help out our community by becoming a volunteer . We will send you throw the Firefighter level 1 course with signing up.

Must live with in 10 mile radius of the station, Must have a High School degree, clean driving record, and no felony Charges and/or convictions and push a Physcial

Firefighter

Llanerch Fire Company's primary responsibility to the community is Fire Suppression. We are also very proactive with our Fire Safety education programs. We operate two fire engines and a Tower Ladder. Our other apparatus include a fireground support vehicle and a Utility pick-up truck. Llanerch Fire Company is always looking for new members. We provide free training to new members and send them to local County Fire Schools and ensure support is given to new recruits so that they are prepared to take the National FireFighter 1 exam upon completion of their schooling.

Yearly Minimum Requirements for an Active Member include: Response to 15% of Fire Calls Attend at least 2 drills per month (We drill 4 times a month at 7pm on Tuesday Evenings and occasionally on the weekend) One Duty night per week (The night you pick is the night that we will count on you to respond) Additionally: Completion of in-house training and orientation within 1st year of membership. Participation in fire safety education and other community events.

Volunteer Firefighter / EMT

Perform a wide variety of technical tasks and functions in support of fire suppression, fire prevention, hazardous materials, emergency medical and other emergency services. Respond to emergency and non-emergency incidents; provide appropriate services as required including emergency rescue and fire suppression; perform search and rescue for trapped or injured persons; perform emergency medical and first aid services as needed. Participate in cleaning and maintaining facilities, grounds, ensure that all equipment and apparatus is in a constant state of readiness for emergency calls. Perform other related duties and related tasks as assigned by supervisory staff.

Must be a minimum of 18 years old and have a current driver's license. Potential firefighters must pass drug tests and background check. Minimum education of a high school diploma or an equivalency certificate. New firefighters must complete a departmental per-basic training within six (6) month from date of acceptance.

Volunteer FireFighter

Persons must be able to work in a high speed, high stress atmosphere. You will be working on roofs, structure and field fires as well as auto extrication. As well as any other emergency situations the Department is called out for.

Must be 18 and have no felonies on your record. Must be drug free 150 and 400 Hour certified is preferred but all will be accepted Able to work in high stress situations Must live within reasonable response time to Station Must have valid Driver's license and insurance

Firefighter

Able to go into house fires with no problem. Able to deal with traffic deaths. Able to handle waking up every time the tones go off.

Must be 18 years old to join and must be 21years old to drive trucks and enter house fires.

Firefighter

Volunteer Firefighters needed.

36 Hour class Must live within 5 miles of the station address of 3737 Ostrander Road, Ostrander, Ohio 43061.

Firefighter, Driver/Operator

Fight fires, drive equipment, and all other duties that this job requires.

Physically able to perform duties that this job requires.

Firefighter and/or EMS

We are looking for fresh young faces to become a leader for your community and your surrounding communities and be the future of the fire service ages 14 and up. Contact me at 814-795-7122 for any questions. We look forward to working with and developming you

-strong leadership skills -strong willpower -ability to take on new challenges -ability to train and to take new classes to further your capabilities as a hero of your community -good sense of humor -work well with others

Firefighter, Interior/Exterior

Firefighters serve their communities by responding to fires and other emergencies. In some municipalities, Volunteer Firefighters also work as building inspectors or emergency medical technicians (EMTs). This position requires a great deal of teamwork,

At least 16 years of age. The main responsibilities of a Volunteer Firefighter are to assist people in distress, rescue fire victims and extinguish fires as quickly as possible. To accomplish these goals, a Volunteer Firefighter must perform a wide range of tasks.

Volunteer Firefighter (Live-In or Traditional)

If getting hot, dirty and physical is your game – this is for you. We offer virtually unlimited opportunities to explore the exciting world of firefighting and the training to do it safely. Whether you only assist on the outside – or run into the fire as others are running out – there’s plenty for everyone to do on the fire ground. The training is free, but the rewards are priceless. Firefighters are required to become certified in both firefighting and EMT. If you already have your Firefighter and EMT certifications at another station or another state, we’ll help you with the logistics of obtaining reciprocity and getting Maryland certified.

Be at least 18 years old (16 with parental consent) Have a high school diploma or equivalent (Junior members under 18 must maintain a “C” average in all classes and provide report cards quarterly) Be able to pass the Montgomery County physical Be prepared to pass Federal and State background investigations Be willing and able to complete over 160 hours of classroom and online training (and have transportation to get to the training facilities in Rockville and College Park) Be willing to commit at least two years or more to volunteer, due to the lengthy training period

Firefighter

Palmyra Fire District 2 covers 83 square miles around the city of Baldwin Kansas. We are looking for individuals interested in serving the community as a volunteer firefighter. We currently are in need of day time help, but will consider all applicants. We run a wide variety of calls from structure fires, grass fires to power line down calls and investigations. We cover the largest township in Douglas County Kansas.

We require that you have a valid drivers license and be able to pass a background check. Must live or work with in our fire district.

EMT/ECA

Interested in volunteering as an EMT/ECA with an active 911 EMS system? We are currently accepting applications and would love to speak with you!

Certification as an EMT-Basic or ECA. Desire to be a team player and help others. Positive and energetic! Interesting in volunteering with a passion for EMS.

Volunteer Firefighter, Firefighter I or II, EMT-B, EMT-A, Paramedic

Taking applications for volunteer and part-time paid members for our rural combination department. Paid training opportunities available. Priority given to residents of Pleasant Township, Clark County Ohio, or those that live within 10 miles of Catawba, Ohio, 43010, and are willing to work on-call shifts from the station or from home, for evening and night time coverage. Applications available on our Facebook page https://www.facebook.com/Pleasanttwpfire.

Willingness to work with others in a 911 Fire and Emergency Medical Transport system.

Firefighter/EMT

Looking for dedicated firefighters and or EMT's

Live in or close to fire protection district Show up to Thursday dept. meetings

Volunteer Paid Per Call Positions Available

Providence Township Fire & Rescue is currently taking applications for Paid per Call Volunteer Firefighters.

Please apply within the Fire Station Providence Township Fire & Rescue Neapolis, OH 43547

Firefighter

This entry-level position involves fighting fires of various types, rescuing people in need, and providing various services for the public.

Over 18 years old before being actively involved in fire and rescue work (junior firefighters can be under 18, but are limited in what they can do), physically capable, and willing to attend training.

Volunteer Firefighter and or EMT

Did you ever want to be a firefighter - EMT or do you want to break into this career or just help out your community? No experience necessary! Retired, at least 16, or any age in between your community needs you - must live in El Dorado or Lamy for response in district!

We will train based on you interests. To drive fire trucks must meet hearing and sight safety requirements. You are welcome to stop by any Saturday morning from 900-1200 to learn more! El Dorado Main Station 1 at 144 Avenida Vista Grande, or call 505-466-1204 and leave a message, and find us on facebook to see what we are up too!

Fire fighters

Villa Grove fire department is seeking volunteer firefighters.

18 years of age, valid driver's license,and no felony conviction

Community Volunteers

The Pecan Creek Volunteer Fire Department exists to provide a professional level of fire and life safety to the people and property within the Pecan Creek community, Tom Green County and the State of Texas. We will do this by working to prevent or minimize the loss of life, pain and suffering, and property damage.This will be accomplished through the effective utilization of our members and cooperative efforts with our neighboring volunteer fire departments in the mutual benefit of resources, manpower and in the application of state-of-the-art firefighting equipment, innovative and aggressive use of firefighting techniques and available technology in order to provide the highest quality of service and a commitment towards excellence.

Pecan Creek VFD is looking for all types of volunteers who wish to help provide a professional level of emergency services to all citizens within the Pecan Creek community and Tom Green County.

Volunteer Firefighter/EMT

Volunteering as a Firefighter or Emergency Medical Technician with the Bailey's Crossroads Volunteer Fire Department can be very rewarding. Knowing that you've made a difference in the lives of the people you've helped is an excellent feeling. As a firefighter/EMT you will prepare to and respond to emergent and non-emergent alarms that include structural fires, medical emergencies, rescues, assistance calls, environmental emergencies, and all other related events for which citizens may request services. We work in partnership with the Fairfax County Fire and Rescue Department (FCFRD), one of the most progressive fire departments in the Nation. Significant time commitment is required. Training is provided at the FCFRD Academy For additional information or to apply visit our website at: http://bxrvfd2.org/join-us.html Positions are also available for Emergency Medical Technicians (EMS Only) and Administrative Support Personnel. No physical agility test is required for these positions.

This is an operational position that requires a yearly commitment of a minimum of 240 hours, plus training. Must pass a medical exam, a physical agility test (CPAT) and a background check.

Firefighters / EMT's / Paramedics

To protect life and property, perform emergency rescue, provide emergency medical services, fire prevention and firefighting activities. Other functions can include report writing, records management and other related duties of the position. The following duties are normal for this position. These are not to be construed as exclusive or all inclusive. Other duties may be assigned. Responds to EMS and fire calls in accordance with departmental SOP's in a safe and timely manner. Performs firefighting activities, including but not limited to, driving apparatus, pump operations, suppression, containment, ventilation, salvage and overhaul and any other job required to be performed at an incident. Performs emergency and rescue activities including driving and assisting with patients, and operating extrication tools, installation of cribbing and stabilization devices during rescue operations. Performs direct patient care in compliance with established medical protocols, and standards of care as set forth by NHTSA Standards for appropriate level of certification level, EMT-B, I, P, PS, RN. Assess and coordinate resources and personnel with our department members to facilitate safety, quality care and triage of all patients. Attends departmental business meetings, training sessions and other events as needed. Performs minor repair, cleaning and maintenance of equipment apparatus and facility. Performs functions other than the above at the discretion of departmental officers. Knowledge, Skills and Abilities Write, read and have the ability to communicate effectively in the English language, use proper grammar, tense, math functions and convey it in written or oral form. Knowledge of the geography, fire districts, neighboring communities, street addresses and locations, and sites of principal structures within the service area.

All Candidates: Valid Driver's License 18 years of age (minimum) Must be insurable by department's coverage Clean criminal history EMT/Paramedic Candidates: Must possess licensure from the Iowa Department of Public Health as an EMT, AEMT, or Paramedic. Current CPR certification at BCLS (Healthcare Provider level)

Probationary Firefigher

The Lyndonville Fire Department is seeking individual that are interested in serving their community as a firefighter. We meet at the fire house every Thursday at 6pm, so please stop by if your interested in becoming a firefighter.

The Lyndonville fire department will be hosting a Firefighter 1&2 course this fall (September 2016), we require this class to be completed within your 1st or 2nd of becoming a member, making this a great time to join.

Volunteer EMT/Firefighter/Auxiliary

Powhatan County Fire & Rescue is looking for dedicated personnel to assist the community by becoming Volunteer Firefighters and EMT’s. Volunteers responds to emergency situations and perform fire suppression and/or emergency medical activities as needed. You participate as a team member; performing work which can include strenuous physical activity, heavy lifting, working from ladders, and wearing self- contained breathing apparatus. Volunteers operate diverse equipment such as hoses, self-contained breathing apparatus, a variety of hand tools and power equipment, saws, ladders, fire extinguishers, ventilation equipment, radios, rescue and extrication equipment, and work with specialized medical equipment such a defibrillators and Advanced Life Support medications.

Ages 12-16 Junior Emergency Technician (JET), 16-18 Active Junior member, 18+ senior member. Must complete criminal history check per Virginia Code §32.1-111.5. While each volunteer station handles duty requirements differently, expect to devote a minimum of 20 hours per month to staffing/training, plus on-call home response when needed. Certification as Emergency Medical Technician or NFPA Fire fighter Level I, within first year of membership. (training provided)

Volunteer Firefighter, Volunteer EMS Provider, Department Support Personnel

Greenwood Rural VFD is a 50 year old volunteer department which serves a fire district of 40 square miles and 5400 residents in Parker County Texas. We have about 40 members who make 600 emergency calls per year. We are in a growing area and are in need of more Junior Firefighters (age 16-18), more volunteer Firefighters, more volunteer Emergency Medical personnel and more support personnel. If you have experience - that's wonderful. If you have no experience - don't worry, we will train you, equip you and get you ready to go. If you would like to help but aren't interested in firefighting - we can still use you on our support team. The support team helps with the administrative and financial side of the business. We have even had support personnel who volunteer to cut the grass, maintain the stations and help maintain our apparatus and equipment.

To be a Junior Firefighter a candidate must be at least 16 years of age. Juniors train with our firefighters and become qualified to be active firefighters once they are 18 years old. Volunteer firefighters come from many walks of life - we have welders, truck drivers, nurses, engineers, business people, salesmen, a grandmother - a wide variety of backgrounds. Some come to us already qualified - others come with no background but a desire to help their community. No problem - we have a training program which focuses on candidates being certified firefighters within a year. Same thing on the medical side - we will help you get certified if you have the interest and commitment to help your community! Some people want to help out but have no desire to run into a burning building or become an emergency medical person. No problem - we have a lot of administrative and financial work. We also have a lot of other maintenance activities like cutting grass and maintaining apparatus and equipment.

Firefighters, drivers, support, and medical firstresponders needed

We provide full emergency services to our community with firefighting and first responder medical responses our primary function. We would require the volunteer to let us know how they can help and then fill that need. Drivers, support, or just medical first response can be areas a volunteer could help. Office and records volunteers can also be used. As a 98% volunteer department, any and all duties can be an area anyone can help with.

We require our active firefighters to pass an NFPA physical, a drug test, and agree to be trained to the level required by the position they want to fill. Anyone 18 and older can become a firefighter. training is provided to the level of Firefighter II with additional training for instructors, officers, drivers, and first responders.

Volunteer Firefighters and Junior Members

From no experience to years of experience, Cleveland has a place for you to serve your community! If you are willing to volunteer your time to learn, grow and serve, there is a place for you!

Must be physically able to meet the demands of firefighting and be willing to attend regularly scheduled meetings and trainings. A probation period is given to all new members and all members must meet the guidelines of the State and the department. Must be able to pass a drug test and background check.

Volunteer all positions

The Beaver Valley Fire District is currently recruiting for volunteers. We are looking for individuals to help with all aspects of fire department operations including but not limited to fire fighting, medical, equipment operation, traffic control, safet

A willingness to support the fire district, personnel, and the community as a whole. The ability to follow direction. A willingness to obtain additional training. Additional requirements dependent upon position.

Volunteer Firefighter EMT

Mountain View Fire and Rescue is a Combination Department utilizing both Career and Volunteers. You need not live in the District to be a Volunteer Firefighter. Mountain View conducts two volunteer firefighter academies each year. Information about our program is available at www.mvfire.org. Mountain View protects 70 square miles with a population of over 32,000, also providing service to the City of Black Diamond and the Muckleshoot Indian Reservation.

Requirements and application are available on our web page, www.mvfire.org

Volunteer Firefighter

While under direct supervision of the Fire Lieutenant or Fire Captain, the Volunteer Firefighter is responsible for protecting citizens and property while performing firefighting, rescue and emergency medical functions. The Volunteer Firefighter may also perform fire prevention, general facility, apparatus maintenance, public education and other related programs and services.

Valid NC driver's license, able to be complete Firefighter certification training.

Firefighter/EMS Members needed

Want to become a fire fighter/Medical responder? Come down to the fire house on mountain rd and join us today!.

Clean backround check, pass a physical.

Firefighters, Junior Firefighters, Administrative

Looking for volunteers form Firefighters, support members, fire police, and Administrative. If you are looking for an opportunity to serve your community this is a great way

None

Volunteer Firefighter

Fighting structural, wildland and vehicle fires. Provide emergency medical services, and take part in search and rescue.

Must live within the Foothills Fire and Rescue district limits

Paid-On-Call Firefighter (Dwight Fire Protection District)

The Dwight Fire Protection District is currently looking for paid-on-call firefighters. If you are interested in giving back to your community and learning a new skill, we will train you! Call the Dwight Fire Protection District at (815) 584-2373, stop in and observe one of our Monday night drills or email the fire chief at pjohnson@dwightfire.org with any questions. We are accepting applications from Dwight residents as well as interested individuals who don't live in Dwight. All members that are hired who live "out of district" will be required to staff the Dwight Fire Protection District station for 8 hours every week on a "volunteer" unpaid basis and will be required to attend weekly training and monthly meetings that are scheduled to occur on Monday evenings per department policy. Members will be paid a "per call" stipend for any calls they respond to during their shift and will also be paid a "special pay rate" for conducting fire prevention activities and building inspections during their shift as well. If an out of district member is unable to staff the station during a particular week, the total number of minimum hours that the member must staff the station in a month must equal 40 hours. These hours are requested to be worked between the hours of 8 am to 4 pm on Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday. In return the fire department will provide members with training, tuition reimbursement, use of our fitness facility, uniforms, and personal protective equipment.

Members wishing to conduct firefighting operations will be required to pass an NFPA 1582 physical. All members must pass a criminal background check. All personnel will be required to become certified in the following areas within 2 years of hire. • Basic Operations Firefighter • Technical Rescue Awareness • Hazardous Materials Operations • ICS 100 • ICS 200 • ICS 700 • ICS 800 • Courage to Be Safe • Fire Service Vehicle Operator Personnel will be compensated at a specific rate for training, inspections, public education, and fire response activities.

Firefighter, EMT or Both

Assist the community by training and responding to Emergency Situations which require a special person to help mitigate. We will even help train, and send you to courses to obtain your certifications. whether you want to just help your community or you are looking for a career we have a place for you.

Able to pass a drug test and background check

Firefighter

We are in need of additional firefighters. Our volunteers need to live in or near our fire district. We provide all necessary training to become a volunteer firefighter. We simply need dedicated people to give their time. Our volunteers respond when they are available and do not sign up for any specific time shifts. Clean drug screen, background check, and driving record are required. Our monthly business meetings are held on the first Thursday evening of each month, 7:00 pm, at our main station located on County Road 804. Please come to one of our meetings for more information about volunteering. You may also respond to this posting for more information or send us a message on our Facebook page www.facebook.com/BethsadiaVFD

18 years old. Clean drug screen and background check (provided by the department). Live in our near our coverage area. Most of all, a willingness to volunteer your time.

Fire and/or EMS Provider

We are looking for volunteers who would like to be trained and as either a firefighter and/or Emergency Medical Technician. All training is provided at no cost including text books and materials. We also provide protective clothing.

The minimum age is 16 years old and a background check is performed. All active members are required to maintain a minimum of 12 hours of duty a month.

Volunteer Firefighter / EMT

Pascoag Hose Co. #1 is seeking volunteers from within the community to volunteer as part of our department. The Pascoag Fire Department consists of two stations operating out of the Pascoag Fire District which encompasses approx. 28 square miles in the Northwest Corner of Rhode Island. The Pascoag Fire District is one of four independent fire districts in the town of Burrillville, Rhode Island. Incorporated in May 1887, the District proudly provides fire protection and emergency medical services to about five thousand people over an area of twenty-seven square miles. Pascoag Hose Company #1 was organized in 1903 and has a long proud tradition of serving the people of Pascoag. In Pascoag, our volunteers are not compensated per call for their "fire response," but they do receive a yearly stipend based on their response percentage, which ranges from $0 to $500. We also offer a free life insurance policy after completion of one (1) year of service. For EMS response, we have a paid-on-call (POC) program in place, where a qualified rescue driver will earn $15 per alarm, an EMT-basic will earn $20 per alarm, and an EMT-cardiac or paramedic will earn $25 per alarm. Emergency medical services make up the majority of our alarms. We average 20 fire calls per month and 86 medical calls per month. Our volunteers are extensively trained to have life saving skills, and to learn the art of fire prevention and suppression. If you would like to join us you can visit us at the Main Street Station, trainings are held every Monday night at 1830 hours - or go to: pascoagfire.org for more information.

At least 16 years old Must be able to pass a background check and a physical Training provided Live within 5 miles of the districts borders

Volunteer

Paid per call

Live within response district

Firefighters, Support Staff, and people willing to learn

The St Rose Volunteer Fire Department is seeking volunteers to help provide fire and rescue services to the community of St Rose. We are in a growing area and have great training opportunities.

Must be at least eighteen years of age and possess a valid driver's license. All applicants will be required to pass a background and license check. All applicants will be on a 90 day probation after they apply and if all requirements are met will be voted in as a full member.

Live-in's Wanted

College students from the area and throughout the country have taken advantage of the Burtonsville VFD’s live-in program that offers free accommodations and one meal a day in return for serving additional duty nights each week. You’ll be part one of the busiest firehouses in the area, with the opportunity to respond to thousands of calls annually. Gain a career’s worth of experience in just a few years — major fires, challenging rescues and more. Our call area is diverse ranging from bedroom communities to major office parks, high-speed Interstates to small town main street. Live-in positions are also available for experienced members who have full-time jobs. Key Live-In Benefits Busy department with full complement of engine company, truck company, heavy duty rescue squad and EMS services. Private living space Free room & meals Free cable with premium channels Full commercial kitchen & food storage facilities Complimentary computer access, high speed Internet & WiFi Access to tuition reimbursement programs & credit unions Excellent on-site fitness facilities Free uniforms & gear UNLIMITED, FREE training & advancement classes

All applicants to the department MUST: Be at least 18 years old (16 with parental consent) Have a high school diploma or equivalent (Junior members under 18 must maintain a “C” average in all classes and provide report cards quarterly) Be able to pass the County physical * Be able to pass Federal and State background investigations Be willing and able to complete over 160 hours of classroom and online training (and have transportation to get to the training facilities in Rockville and College Park) * Be willing to commit at least two years or more to volunteering, due to the lengthy training period * Associate and Auxiliary members will not need to complete the physical or training courses. For More Information Visit: www.BVFD.com

Firefighter/EMT

Currently recruiting Firefighters and EMT's.

EMT-Basic Firefighter I & II

Volunteer Firefighter

A position where the individual will respond to calls such as,Fire Suppression, Traffic Control, Emergency Medical Support(EMR), Routine Maintenance on Vehicles,Brush Fires, Search and Rescue, Rescue Calls

Age of 18 or above, No Criminal Record, Dependable, Truthful, A way or Transportation

Firefighter Truck Co. 1

Volunteer Firefighter positions available. Want to help your neighbors and community, want to make new friends, want to be respected by your peers! Become a member of Rutherford Volunteer Fire Dept. Truck Co. 1 Est. 1875

Minimum 18 years old and MUST be a resident of "Rutherford NJ" (Junior positions also available) Must pass a pre acceptance physical and background check, must be able to lift up to 50 pounds and perform all duties of a firefighter. No training needed we will send you to the academy for training, Free! Enter your info to learn more and we'll contact you!

Firefighter/Jr. Firefighters/Ladies Aux

The Woodbury Fire Department a combination department located in Gloucester County that provides Fire & Rescue services to the City of Woodbury and surrounding areas. WFD is located at 29 Delaware St. WFD prides in protecting life and property of Woodbury and surrounding the areas. WFD runs about 400 to 500 a year. We operate with 2- Engines, Quint, Special Ops Vehicle, Chief Buggie, Utility, Technical Rescue Trailer, Boat /Kayak. WFD is looking for new Volunteers if you are interested stop by the station, call he Station 856-845-0066 and or email Membership@WFD51.org FREE TRAINING

Woodbury Fire Department is a group of dedicated individuals always looking for a way to help the community. We are actively recruiting new members for our active and progressive Fire Department. We are looking for all types of members: * Firefighters- 18 & up years of age *Junior Firefighters-16-18 years of age *Auxiliary -18 & up years of age We welcome members from all walks of life; teenagers, experienced firefighters that have moved into our district, past members who would like to “get back into it”, and anyone who just desires to be a firefighter or help out in any way.

Volunteer Fire Fighter

PRIMARY OBJECTIVE OF POSITION: Under direct supervision responds to alarms and other emergency calls to protect life and property. Participates in fire prevention programs, inspections and training activities. Work varies requiring individual judgment within prescribed standards and procedures. ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS: Physical requirements include climbing, working under stress, walking, lifting up to 100#’s (greater with assistance), pulling, tugging, dragging, bending, stooping, climbing, and using breathing apparatus; must have ability to communicate by listening, hearing, and speaking; has frequent contact with unpredictable and uncontrollable physical conditions of heat, chemicals, infectious diseases, and explosives, requiring use of proper safety equipment and procedures to prevent injury. Must have a valid South Dakota Operator’s License and be able to pass the South Dakota Fire Fighter Certifications within a specified time. MAJOR AREAS OF ACCOUNTABILITY AND PERFORMANCE: • Responds to alarms and assists in the suppression of fires, including rescue, entry, ventilating, and salvage work; operates resuscitators, and administers first aid; after the fire has been extinguished, performs clean-up work and prepares for further alarms; participates in continuing training and instruction programs by individual study, attendance at scheduled drills, and classes relating to firefighting techniques; may assist in inspections for fire prevention and pre-fire planning; participates in periodic testing of pumps and equipment; performs other related duties that may include safety, training, inspection, and emergency services. • Maintains good physical condition; uses equipment requiring care to assure against breakdown or deterioration; contact with the public and fellow employees is incidental to performance of duties; duties may require substantial physical effort and contact with unpredictable and uncontrollable physical conditions and hazards.

EDUCATION, TRAINING, AND EXPERIENCE REQUIREMENTS: Graduation from high school or its equivalent. Must possess a valid South Dakota Operator's License. Age 18 or over. Must pass the South Dakota Fire Fighter Certifications within a specified time.

Volunteer Needed

We're in need of your help! We are in need of volunteers for both emergency response, and fundraising activities at our department. We are an all volunteer fire company that responds to all types of fires, vehicle accidents and also assist EMS with medical emergencies when requested. We are especially in need of Firefighters and Fire Police. Training is provided and is paid for by the department. If your interested in giving back to your community, this is a wonderful opportunity. Being a volunteer firefighter is a fulfilling experience that leads to long lasting friendships that becomes a second family! Sign up today! If your unsure, feel free to contact us and we would be happy to talk about our experiences and help you determine if this is right for you.

All applicants are required to pass a back ground check. Applicants must be 14 years of age, or older. Applicants between the ages of 14 - 18 will be required to have working papers through the local school district.

Firefighter

Firefighter is a first responder to a variety of calls from car accidents to structure fires and including brush fires. You can be an interior firefighter which is one who goes inside a burning building. Or you can even be an exterior firefighter which is one who assists by running the trucks and and ensure the interior firefighters has the water that is needed to out out the fires. All jobs are important. You cannot have one without the other.

Interior is a 110 hours of training provided by Jefferson County Fire trainers. You will learn the inside and outs of firefighting in order to do the job you wish to do.

Volunteer firefighter

OCESD #2 is seeking motivated new members who are willing to serve our community. OCESD #2 provides in house firefighter training as well as pays for firefighters to attend fire training schools all over the state.

Live within the boundaries of OCESD #2, have a high school diploma, and be 18 years of age (16 years of age for Jr. Firefighter and currently enrolled in school)

PAID-PER-CALL AND PART-TIME FIREFIGHTER

The City of New Carlisle Fire Division is looking for part-time and paid-per-call employees. If you live in the City of New Carlisle, Ohio and would like to serve your community, check us out for this rewarding opportunity. If you are already certified and would like to be part of the NCFD team, contact us today!

PAID-PER-CALL: Physically able to do the job. Clean driving record. Clean criminal record. PART-TIME: Minimum Firefighter Level 1 and EMT-Basic

Firefighters/drivers

Must be 21 years of age and have a valid drivers licenses and be able to go to school two nights a week for three months

Must be 21 years of age and have a valid drivers licenses and be able to go to school two nights a week for three months

Firefighter

GENERAL PURPOSE Protects life and property by performing firefighting, emergency aid, hazardous materials, and fire prevention duties. Maintains fire equipment, apparatus, and facilities. The firefighters are hired through the established hir

Education and Experience: (A) Graduation from high school or GED equivalent with no specialized training. (B) No specific work experience level required. Necessary Knowledge, Skills and Abilities: (A) Working knowledge of driver safety

Firefighter and First Responder

We are looking to add new and excited members to join our volunteer fire and rescue squad. We serve the upper Marengo County area and also support our fellow departs when they call on us for support. We respond to all calls for help, weather it be for fires, auto accidents, medical calls, hazardous materials, etc.

Men and women 18 years and above. Must be in physical shape to endure strenuous circumstances. Can respond at a moment's notice to a scene in a safe and timely matter.

Volunteer Firefighters needed

If you are interested in FREE training, FREE uniforms, FREE gear, FREE meals, and the satisfaction of serving the people in your community, contact the Louisburg Fire Department today on how to become a member.

We require that you live withing a 6 mile radius from the center of the fire district. No experience is required, we offer free training!

Firefighter/Jr Firefighter

We are looking for individuals who want to give back to their communities.

You must live in a continuing town of North Caldwell.

Volunteer Firefighter/EMT

The Volunteer Firefighter/Emergency Medical Technician (Volunteer FF/EMT) serves the community by responding to a wide variety of situations, ranging from emergencies that immediately threaten life or property to routine citizen requests for information or assistance. They perform within the scope of the policies and procedures of Port Ludlow Fire & Rescue and they perform duties in the following general categories: fire suppression, emergency medical aid or rescue, hazardous material responses, training, building inspections and public education. The Volunteer FF/EMT normally works under the supervision of a company officer and is expected to function effectively as part of a highly trained team. They are also expected to perform their duties under adverse conditions and physical conditions that may pose a high risk of personal injury or exposure to hazardous conditions or infectious diseases. The Volunteer FF/EMT is required to attend regularly scheduled training in order to maintain the high level of knowledge, skill and ability necessary to function safely and effectively as a firefighter and EMS provider in accordance with state law, county protocols, and standard operating procedures. The work performance of a Volunteer firefighter/EMT is continuously evaluated for general knowledge, skill proficiency, and ability to work as part of a team. Any deficiencies are corrected through remedial training.

DESIRED MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS Knowledge of: • Modern fire service principles, procedures, techniques, and equipment. • Fire protection systems, evacuation considerations, and building construction regulations for fire safety. Ability to: • Communicate effectively, both orally and in writing; ability to understand and carry out verbal and written instructions using the English language. • Obtain or possesses and maintain certification as an EMT-Basic or IV Tech, or Intermediate, when eligible per County standards. • Maintain physical conditioning necessary to perform efficiently in emergency situations; meet medical and physical agility standards as established. • Learn the geography of the District, the location of important buildings and the street system. • Participate in training drills; attend school and classes on fire fighting, hydraulics, first aid and emergency medicine, fire equipment, and apparatus, and other classes associated with recognized fire fighter and EMT standards. • Learn and apply technical information pertaining to fire fighting. • Assist career staff in performing protective inspections of structures and businesses in the community for fire hazards and pre-incident surveys for tactical planning. • Assist career staff in conducting fire-safety education classes. • Analyze and cope with a variety of emergency situations calmly but effectively and to react quickly to secure accurate and precise information on the location, extent, and nature of fires and emergency aid requests. • Sustain heavy physical labor during periods of intense activity in emergency situations; to work at varying heights above grade. • Work within a para-military organization and respond readily to directives. • Establish and maintain effective working relationships with co-workers, supervisors, and the general public; to work effectively as a team member. • Assist career staff in updating map book for new additions, streets, and complexes for use in emergencies. Volunteer Firefighter/Emergency Medical Technician • Service and operate all District equipment and apparatus. • Perform necessary maintenance, testing and care of fire hoses, trucks, ladders, and auxiliary equipment and apparatus. • Prevent waste and damage of materials, supplies, and equipment. • Perform general maintenance and minor repairs to station facilities; perform assigned janitorial activities and minor maintenance and painting. • Perform community service activities. • Maintain necessary records and reports, incident forms, and daily shift operation logs, to accommodate needs of the district including computer data entry. Training and Experience: A typical way of obtaining the knowledge, skills and abilities outlined above is graduation from high school and it is desirable to have obtained an associate’s degree and/or a four-year college degree in fire suppression, emergency medicine or a related field. Licenses; Certificates; Special requirements: • High School Diploma or GED • A valid Washington State Driver’s License • Washington EMT-Basic certification • IFSAC Firefighter I or equivalent education and experience. PHYSICAL AND MENTAL DEMANDS The physical and mental demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this position. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. Physical Demands: Work is performed primarily in the fire station, then on emergency medical scenes, mass casualty, fire scenes and extra ordinary events as they occur. Performing tasks under emergency conditions may require strenuous exertion. The exposure to death, emotional stress, patients with contagious diseases and terminal illnesses can be expected. Mental Demands: While performing the duties of this position, the employee will be regularly required to use written and oral communication skills; read and interpret data, information and documents; analyze and solve problems; use math and mathematical reasoning;

Volunteer Firefighter

The Selah Fire Department has approximately 56 personnel, comprised of 49 paid-call volunteers and 7 career employees. Of the 49 volunteer firefighters there are 5 Captains and 5 Lieutenants.The Department responds to approximately 1,700 calls per year. If you are interested in volunteering, please contact us. A volunteer firefighter application can be downloaded at https://selahwa.gov/fire/

Potential applicants must live in the fire district or the City of Selah

Firefighter

Volunteer your time to respond to fire and rescue emergencies in and around Moosic, PA. Training & equipment will be provided.

Must be at least 18 years old and live in Moosic, PA or a bordering town. Application must be turned for consideration.

FireFighter/MFR

Responds to fire alarms and extinguishes fire. Performs salvage operations such as throwing salvage covers, sweeping water and removing debris. Responds to and renders assistance in emergency cases. Responds and assists with personal injury accidents. Able to attend monthly training sessions. Performs all work duties and activities in accordance with Township policies and procedures.

Minimum 18 years of age High school diploma or GED Valid Michigan drivers license with good driving record No criminal convictions Good physical condition - able to perform the duties of a firefighter/MFR Firefighter I/Firefighter II certification within one year of hire. MFR certification within one year of hire.

Firefighter and/or EMR

The Jones County Volunteer Fire Service is looking for dedicated men and women of all ages (minimum 16 years old) to join the ranks of our volunteer fire departments. Our organization, Red Line Recruitment, oversees the recruitment of new individuals into the volunteer fire service in Jones County, and would be more than happy to help place you in a department that is closest to your home address. No experience needed! All training and gear is paid for by your fire department! And best of all, you will gain knowledge, experience, and pride in serving your community. Additionally, many of our volunteers have utilized their time as volunteers to progress into career roles, such as firefighting, medical services and emergency management. Give us a shout and we will be happy to answer any of your questions or address any of your concerns.

Must be at least 16 years of age or older and a resident of Jones County, Mississippi. Must possess a valid Mississippi driver's license and submit to a background check, if required.

Firefighter, Engineer, Support

We are looking for personnel to serve as Firefighters, Engineers, or someone who can just support us onscene with helping around the apparatus or anything anyone is willing to do.

Valid Missouri Drivers License 18 years of age for active and 16 years of age for juniors.

Probationary Firefighter

Provides fire suppression, EMS, and other emergency services for the City of Tye and surrounding area.

There are NO certification requirements for probationary firefighters. Applicant must be able to attend a minimum of two training sessions per month. Texas State Fireman's and Fire Marshalls curriculum training is conducted three times per month on Monday night starting at 6:30pm. The first Monday of each month is a business meeting. Applicant will complete a 90 day probationary period before being voted on to the department as a full member.

Firefighters, EMT's, First Responders, and Auxillary Members Needed

The Wadesville Volunteer Fire Department are in desperate need of new firefighters. We serve a small, but growing community and need to expand our on call firefighters ans support personnel. Interested parties should contact Captain Ron Craft at afarrar@wadesvillefire.org for more information on volunteering.

A. Must live in Center Township or surrounding communities of the WCTVFD. B. Must fill out application. C. Must pass record check D. Must pass interview with Board of Directors E. Must pass membership vote F. Must pass annual health physical G. Must be 18 years of age H. Will be placed on one year probation I. Must follow all requirements and guidelines set-forth by WCTVFD. J. Will refrain from any actions within or outside the department which would cause discredit to the department or its members. K. All members living four miles or more outside of the WCTVFD coverage area are required to abide by all requirements of the WCTVFD as well as log a minimum of twelve (12) hours of station time every month.

Firefighter

Firefighter Job Responsibilities: Protects citizens by extinguishing fires; executing rescues. Firefighter Job Duties: Functions are not intended to be an exhaustive list of all responsibilities, duties and skills. They are intended to be accurate summaries of what the job classification involves and what is required to perform it. Employees are responsible for all other duties as assigned. • Prepares citizens to prevent fire damage by developing and conducting educational and training programs. • Ensures availability of water at fire scene by testing hydrants; requesting and expediting repairs; verifying repair. • Minimizes fire damage by responding to alarms; driving and operating equipment; regulating water pressure; combating and extinguishing fires; rescuing people. • Ensures operation of equipment by completing preventive maintenance requirements; following manufacturer's instructions; troubleshooting malfunctions; notifying supervisor of needed repairs; evaluating new equipment and techniques. • Maintains operations by following policies and procedures; reporting needed changes. • Provides information by completing reports. • Maintains technical knowledge by attending department assigned training, educational workshops; studying publications; participating in scheduled drills. • Maintains fire station building, grounds, and related equipment by completing maintenance schedules. • Contributes to team effort by accomplishing related results as needed. • Works in a safe manner and reports unsafe activity and conditions. Follows Department-wide safety policy and practices and adheres to responsibilities concerning safety prevention, reporting and monitoring as outlined in the departmental policies and guidelines. Supervision Received: The work is performed under the direct supervision. Supervision Exercised: None

Firefighter Skills and Qualifications: Minimum Qualifications: • Must be between 18 and 45 years of age at the time of application • Must possess dependable transportation • Must possess High school diploma or GED equivalency Desirable Qualifications: • NIMS IS-100 • NIMS IS-200 • NIMS IS-700 • NIMS IS-800 • Firefighter I Certification (Pro-Board or IFSAC) • Emergency Medical Responder (Oklahoma or National Registry) Ability to: • Lift and carry 50lbs without assistance for a distance of 50 yards. • Make determinations as to the best course of action for fighting fires or responding to other related emergency situations; • Work under extremely stressful situations, day and night, which result from a fire and other emergencies, including the responsibility for remaining calm and carrying out all duties with the recognition of the threat to life and property; • Work within a command structure requiring strict adherence to the following of orders; • Work in a team environment under extremely stressful situations; • Quickly learn and put to use new skills and knowledge brought about by rapidly changing information and/or technology; • Learn and correctly apply routine division and department policies and procedures; • Read, comprehend, and follow simple oral and written instructions; and to understand and apply available guidelines to varied operational requirements; • Perform a wide variety of duties and responsibilities with accuracy and speed under the pressure of time-sensitive deadlines; • Demonstrate integrity, ingenuity and inventiveness in the performance of assigned tasks; • Operate a personal computer using program applications appropriate to assigned duties; • Communicate effectively both orally and in writing, with the public and other employees. The primary duties of this position are performed in a work environment in which the employee is subject to potential personal danger. Therefore, the following physical abilities are deemed essential: • Sufficient clarity of speech and hearing and other communication capabilities, with or without reasonable accommodation, which permits the employee to communicate effectively, including during emergency situations which may involve a high degree of noise; • Sufficient vision and other powers of observation, with or without reasonable accommodation, which permits the employee to effectively operate at a fire or related emergency scene; • Sufficient manual dexterity with or without reasonable accommodation, which permits the employee to operate equipment used in firefighting; Sufficient personal mobility and physical reflexes, with or without reasonable accommodation, which permits the employee to perform all duties involved in protecting life and property.

Volunteer firefighter

Come train and become a volunteer firefighter in benington rural at one of our three stations

Over 18

Firefighter/EMT

The Village of Holly Fire Department is currently accepting applications for Paid-on-Call Firefighters. This part time position responds to alarms and requests for service, acts in emergencies such as storms, medical emergencies, extinguishment of fires, and performs service work as directed. You will work under the supervision of the Fire Chief and/or their designee. Employment applications and the Waiver of Liability are available to download from the Village of Holly website at hollyvillage.org/employment/ Completed employment application and waiver of liability form should be returned to the Fire Department at 313 S Broad St or emailed to info@hollyfiredepartment.org. Applications will be accepted until positions are filled. Offers of employment are contingent upon the successful passing of a interview with fire department personnel, physical exam, drug screen, and background investigation.

To be eligible, applicants must have a High School Diploma, be at least 18 years of age, live within five miles of the Village limits, have no criminal record, successfully pass a physical agility test, clean driving record, and no prior felony convictions. Michigan Fire Fighter I&II and Basic EMT are highly preferred, however, all individuals meeting the minimum qualifications as described above will be considered. Once hired non certified applicants will receive required training.

Fire Auxiliary

Support position to assist fire operations by fundraising and doing projects for firefighters in Bryan County for Fire District 10. Lakewood is a 100% volunteer station.

Requirements are varied based on project.

Firefighter

Firefighter at volunteer fire company with a long proud tradition of being aggressive and professional. Visit www.STA4.com or check us out on Facebook

Dedicated, motivated and professional attitude Clean criminal record We'll supply the rest

firefighter, rescue squad member

needing volunteer firefighters and rescue squad members all traning is provided by the department.

no preveious traning is required all new members will be trained as to state law.

Volunteer Firefighter / EMT

We are looking to fill several volunteer positions in both the Fire Service and the Emergency Medical Services division. Volunteers wishing to serve the community by joining the Fire Service do not need any previous fire training or experience, Just a desire to serve the community. All training and protective equipment will be provided. Volunteers that wish to serve the community by providing EMS need to have either a current Idaho EMS license or current national registry license.

Anyone wishing to join our team of courageous individuals need to have the following: Clean criminal history record - some minor problems from your past will be considered for an exception if enough time has passed. Posses a valid Driver's license and clean driving record (once again some exceptions allowed on a case by case basis) Have a High School Diploma or GED. Live within the City of Wendell or in the Wendell Rural Fire District (126 square miles of south Gooding County). Must be able to perform strenuous tasks- leaping tall buildings in a single bound is a bonus but not required.

Firefighter/First Responder/EMT

The Tolono Fire Protection District is seeking qualified applicants that are interested in helping their community by volunteering as a Firefighter/First Responder/EMT. No Experience Necessary.

18 Years of Age No Felony Convictions Valid Driver's License Live within the Tolono Fire Protection District's Response Area

Firefighter / EMT / Support Personnel - Station 221

We are always looking for new volunteers with a desire to serve the community in a unique and rewarding way. No experience or equipment needed. We will provide training and protective equipment. We have 2 stations in Columbus Township and you will be assigned to the station closest to your home.

Must live within Bartholomew County. Preferred to live within Columbus Township (this includes the city of Columbus). No experience or prior training necessary.

Firefighter

Volunteers Needed for the Following Positions in the Pittsburgh, PA region. Firefighter (Interior and Exterior/Support) Paramedic/EMT/Firefighter Junior Firefighter Business/Social Member Fire Police/Traffic Control Training is Provided Potential for Live in Status

Must be 15 Years of Age or Older Application must Turned in and Go through 2 Monthly Meetings Background Checks and Child Clearences Required as per PA State Law

Volunteer Fire Fighter/EMR

Mason Fire Department is searching for applicants with an eagerness to learn and serve others to fulfill the positions of volunteer firefighter/EMR. In this position, applicants will be provided opportunities to fulfill the certification process of Firefighter 1, Firefighter 1 Live Burn, and Emergency Medical Responder. Other training opportunities will be provided as well in areas such as in hazardous materials, vehicle extrication, and search & rescue. Tasks to be performed are fire prevention/suppression, search & rescue, EMS, station maintenance, vehicle operations, implementation of NIMS/ICS, and many others pertinent to the fire service. All applicants will endure a probationary training period of up to three months after the completion of Firefighter 1 and Firefighter 1 Live Burn under the assignment of a designated company officer. Training will consist of a mix between classroom and physical activities intended to make you as successful and effective as possible as leaders in the community.

Applicants Must: -be of at least 18 years of age at the time of application. -have a valid driver's license. -have reliable personal transportation. -have a current medical physical. -be in good overall physical shape. -not have committed a felony. -be willing to submit to a background check. -be willing to attend mandatory training nights and complete personal written and/or online assignments. -be willing to complete minimal training requirements within the probationary time limit. -have a WINNING ATTITUDE while being able to work as part of a team. -be willing to assist others in their greatest times of need. Mason Fire Department is a growing municipal volunteer fire department in need of talented and dedicated individuals ready and willing to serve others during times of need or disaster. You will be a part of a progressive department with a mission in improving its services to the public with an emphasis in firefighter safety, education, and community outreach. If there are any questions at all feel free to reach out to the contact points listed below and a department representative will reach out to you as soon as possible. We thank you for any and all consideration in joining our team!

Firefighter/EMT

The Volunteer Firefighter/EMT drives or rides an emergency vehicle in response to fire, rescue and emergency medical events, hazardous materials response/mitigation and routine requests for help or assistance. In the performance of their duties, the Volunteer Firefighter/EMT places equipment, lays and connects hose; operates high-capacity pumps and directs water streams; raises and climbs ladders; uses chemical extinguishers, safety belts, lines and hooks and uses self-contained breathing apparatus. The Volunteer Firefighter/EMT may enter burning buildings as part of a fire suppression team, perform ventilation tasks above ground, carry heavy objects and equipment and rescue injured or trapped victims. The Volunteer Firefighter/EMT also responds to requests for pre-hospital emergency medical care and transport of sick or injured persons, setting up and/or operating oxygen and auto-defibrillation equipment, administering pre-hospital emergency medical care to the sick and injured and performing other related work as assigned.

Communicate effectively, both orally and in writing; ability to understand and carry out verbal and written instructions using the English language. Obtain or possesses and maintain certification as an EMT-Basic or IV Tech, or Intermediate, when eligible per County standards. Maintain physical conditioning necessary to perform efficiently in emergency situations; meet medical and physical agility standards as established. Learn the geography of the District, the location of important buildings and the street system. Participate in training drills; attend school and classes on fire fighting, hydraulics, first aid and emergency medicine, fire equipment, and apparatus, and other classes associated with recognized fire fighter and EMT standards. Learn and apply technical information pertaining to fire fighting. Assist career staff in performing protective inspections of structures and businesses in the community for fire hazards and pre-incident surveys for tactical planning. Assist staff in conducting fire-safety education classes. Analyze and cope with a variety of emergency situations calmly but effectively and to react quickly to secure accurate and precise information on the location, extent, and nature of fires and emergency aid requests. Sustain heavy physical labor during periods of intense activity in emergency situations; to work at varying heights above grade. Work within a para-military organization and respond readily to directives. Establish and maintain effective working relationships with co-workers, supervisors, and the general public; to work effectively as a team member.

Firefighter/Department Support

Como Volunteer Fire Department needs firefighters and support personnel. Plenty of opportunity to volunteer even if you don't want to go inside a burning structure.

Be in good health, drug free, good driving record, and must have a good attitude and be willing to be part of the team.

Firefighter - COPY

Rescuing trapped people and animals from buildings and cars Helping out at the scene of accidents, including floods, road accidents and rail crashes Calming down patients Giving first aid if an ambulance isn’t on scene Teaching the community and schools about fire safety Advising businesses on fire safety and pointing out risks Making sure the fire engine is working and fully stocked Respond to river rescues

18+ years old and have high school diploma or equivalent. Must live in fire district or work full time in district

Firefighter

Willing to be used in all aspects on the fire service. Opportunities as firefighter, medical first responder, driver.

Will train the proper person. Firefighter 1,2,3 allows immediate placement

Volunteer Firefighter

The Helmetta Fire Department is always looking for local, highly enthusiastic, and disciplined members to assist in our service to our town and the surrounding towns. Have you been looking for a way to give back? A way to say that you appreciate what your community has done for you? Do you like to challenge your comfort level and do something that is greater than yourself? Come join the HFD and become the less than 1% in your community who does what most can't!

Must be a minimum of 17 years old. Must have reliable transportation and a valid drivers license. Must be in peak physical condition to prepare for the Fire Academy to complete your training. Must live within 2-3 Miles of the borough and be willing to participate in weekly Work Details, Drills, etc and help out with fundraisers. For further requirements and information please contact the poster.

Firefighter/EMT

The Lisbon Volunteer Fire Department is currently seeking individuals who want to serve in our community as volunteer Firefighters and Emergency Medical Responders. Many people volunteer for different reasons. Some people join for the action, they enjoy the excitement and adrenaline rush that EMS offers. Some feel that helping people in the community in their time of need is fulfilling while others feel it’s their obligation to serve the community. Others just want to belong to a team. LFVC offers many challenging situations from fires to motor vehicle accidents to sick and/or injured people. Your skills may be needed day or night, seven days a week, in any kind of weather, and very often under stressful and emotional circumstances. Yet these factors contribute to our profession being so personally rewarding. The personal rewards are many. Your sense of accomplishment when you help a sick person or help control a fire or perform a successful extrication at a motor vehicle accident, as a result of your training with us, will be beyond description. Your participation as a volunteer of LVFC will bring personal rewards and satisfaction, raise self esteem, and provide you with a sense of accomplishment and pride for a job well done. It also provides the community with a valuable service that has the potential to touch us all. However, becoming a member of the Lisbon Volunteer Fire Department requires a commitment. Your decision to submit an application to join our organization should not be made hastily. The services provide by our volunteers requires trainings and numerous hours doing so. This training, as well as the safety and services we provide, are truly valuable to the citizens, businesses and visitors of our community. The bottom line in our business is measured by prevention of loss of life, property and environment we have prevented as being an EMS provider or firefighter. Volunteering in the Fire and Rescue Service is one of the most important decisions you may ever make. We hope that you will give this decision the time and serious consideration it deserves, and will decide to join the Lisbon Volunteer Fire Department.

16 years of age to be a member of the department. 10 years of age to be a junior member.

Volunteer Firefighter

Lutherville Volunteer Fire Company has been serving the greater Lutherville area for over 100 years. Located in a densely populated area, it is one of the busiest companies in Baltimore County. With three Engines, a Heavy Rescue Squad, two Utility Vehicles, and a brand new state of the art firehouse, LVFC is extremely well equipped to serve the community by providing fire suppression, vehicle rescue, and medical support services. All volunteers receive high quality training in firefighting, rescue, and medical response, free of charge through the Maryland Fire Rescue Institute. We are a highly dedicated, highly trained group of men and Women. Some of us are young, single professionals, and some of us are married with families. Some of us are just beginning our careers and some of us are retired. Some of us are career firefighters but we are also lawyers, medical professionals, engineers, electricians, contractors, and developers - just to name a few of our "day jobs." All of us are proud to be members of a respected and admired team. If you want to serve your community in a truly meaningful way and are looking for a volunteer opportunity that is challenging, rewarding, and exciting, give us a call now!

We need volunteers who enjoy the camaraderie that comes from being part of a tight-knit team, and those who are looking for a challenging opportunity to serve their community in a very unique way. For specific membership requirements please visit our website at http://www.lvfc.com/, and view a copy of our on-line membership application.

Firefighter/emt

Dix, Nebraska, has roughly 300 people in its community, plus the rural community. The department also mutal aids with kimball, potter, banner county, and departments in colorado! We are currently down to seven members! We need people that are willing to sacrifice thier time for others.

Be willing to train and provide public safety to our community. Be able to work with others, and in high stress situations!

Volunteer Firefighter/EMT

The primary function of a Volunteer Firefighter is to protect the community from disaster situations, including house and building fires, and promote an environment of public safety within the City of Fairfax's response area. This position also participates in fire prevention, emergency medical treatment and training dealing with all phases of fire suppression, prevention, inspection, rescue and emergency operation. At this time, the department does not allow for EMS only positions. Members also participate in fundraising and community outreach activities such as BINGO and public education.

-Must be 18 years of age at time of application. -Must obtain DMV driver's history. -Must agree and submit to background check. -Must obtain firefighter and EMT training within 2 years of joining the department (provided by department). -Must obtain physical by department-selected physician.

Volunteer Firefighter / EMT

The Volunteer Firefighter/Emergency Medical Technician (Volunteer FF/EMT) serves the community by responding to a wide variety of situations, ranging from emergencies that immediately threaten life or property to routine citizen requests for information or assistance. They perform duties in the following general categories: fire suppression, emergency medical aid or rescue, hazardous material responses, training, building inspections and public education. The Volunteer FF/EMT normally works under the supervision of a company officer and is expected to function effectively as part of a highly trained team. They are also expected to perform their duties under adverse conditions and physical conditions that may pose a high risk of personal injury or exposure to hazardous conditions or infectious diseases. The Volunteer FF/EMT is required to attend regularly scheduled training in order to maintain the high level of knowledge, skill and ability necessary to function safely and effectively as a firefighter and EMS provider in accordance with state law, county protocols, and standard operating procedures.

Be at least 18 y/o. Valid Driver’s License No Criminal Convections

All Help Accepted

We operate as a 100% volunteer organization! If you have any desire to help in anyway, we are always accepting new members! There is a lot more to be done than just going out and fighting the fires! No job is too small. There is something for everyone to do. Support members are just as important as the active firefighters Reach out to us today, or stop by our station for a visit!

The Heart to put others before your self! Also, background check and child clearances must be given.

Firefighter or EMT

EOVFD is actively seeking committed individuals residing in the eastern Starkville area to serve as firefighters and EMS personnel. No previous experience or education required. There are no fees and all training and equipment is provided to you by the department. Like us on Facebook!

No felony convictions and clean driving record. Liability insurance on personal vehicle is non-negotiable.

Exterior Firefighter

Exterior Firefighters help establish a water supply at a fire scene as well as ladder a fire building and provide tools and other equipment to the crews operating inside. Exterior Firefighters also can help out at other scenes which may include field fire

Exterior Firefighters must pass the basic requirements to ride the apparatus as set forth by the training committee. Exterior firefighters must be aware of the surroundings while at an emergency scene and be able to know where tools are located on the app

Volunteer

We accept volunteers to serve as firefighters (structural or wildland, interior and exterior), EMTs, Prevention only, or other support roles. Learn more at www.estesvalleyfire.org/apply

Preferred residency in our district, but not required. Learn more at www.estesvalleyfire.org/apply

Volunteers needed

The Linwood Volunteer Fire Department is an all volunteer department. We cover 51 square miles and respond an average of 25 times per year. Our calls vary from structure fires, vehicle rescue, water rescue to grass/field fires. We also respond to medical calls as a Basic Life Service (Non-transport). Our goal is to have the patience ready for transport when the ambulance arrives on scene. We meet two times per month for a business meeting and training meeting.

New members are put on one year probation period. Minimum 18 years of age at time of appointment. Possess a valid driver's license upon appointment. Attend both monthly meeting and Drills

Firefighter

The Delton Fire Department has ongoing recruitment to fill current openings and establish an eligibility list for the position of paid-per-call firefighter. If you have a strong desire to serve the community you can pick up an application at the fire station or print off the application from here. A Volunteer firefighter for the Delton Fire Department has the unique opportunity of working for one of the area’s busiest and exciting communities. DFD firefighters are provided high caliber training, top quality equipment, a state of the art fire station, ability to earn some extra money, and respond to a high number of emergency calls. Members have opportunities to participate in many functions, such as the Tech Rescue Team, Honor Guard, and Public Education Programs. Volunteers operate and maintain equipment and apparatus and perform other duties as necessary to carry out the mission and values of the department. The Delton Fire Department operates out of one station and covers 56 square miles which includes numerous large waterpark resorts and tourist attractions, several miles of Interstate 90/94, the popular Lake Delton, Mirror Lake and the Wisconsin River. The Delton Fire Department responds to over 300 calls a year, hosts annual community events at the station and participates in several special event details during the busy summer tourism season. Volunteer Benefits The Delton Fire Department offers many great benefits, but most members will say the biggest benefit is being able to help someone else during their time of need. • Get paid to take classes such as Certified Firefighter 1 and 2, Driver Operator, Fire Officer, Fire Inspector, Rope Rescue Technician, Incident Command, Forest Fire Operations, Auto Extrication, Hazardous Materials, CPR, and basic first aid. • All uniforms, protective clothing and equipment, and books are provided. • Free access to the employee fitness facility located inside the station. • Monetary Compensation o $20.00 is paid to each firefighter for the first hour of an emergency call. If the call extends beyond the first hour a firefighter is paid their hourly wage. o Hourly wage is commensurate with a firefighter’s training level and performance. The current wage scale is from $10.00/hourly for entry level firefighters to $17.00/hourly. If firefighters respond annually to at least 40% of emergency calls, an additional hourly rate from $3.00 - $8.00 is paid.

The Ideal Candidate The ideal candidate is a team player with a strong desire to help others, possessing courage and dedication to the job they are assigned, willing to take on the challenge of providing essential firefighting services at a moment’s notice, willing to participate in weekly drills, and respond to emergency calls. Eligibility • Permanent year round residency within 8 driving miles of the fire station • Minimum age of 18 years • Valid Wisconsin driver’s license • Clear background check (no felony or domestic violence convictions) • Physical ability exam • Drug screening • Must complete Entry Level Firefighter training after becoming employed • Complete one year of probation • Ability to respond to a minimum of 20% of emergency calls during a year

Volunteer Firefighter

The Pegram Fire Department is seeking motivated Men and Women interested in serving as Volunteer Firefighters for their communities. We serve the City of Pegram, and it's rural district, and also south Cheatham Co. We are about to open a new station in our rural district, and new recruits are needed. We highly encourage residents of the south Cheatham Co. / Pegram area to join. We are also able to allow those not residing in the county to join, provided that they can make all the required training, and duties. Newly admitted Volunteers (Probationary FF) are required to complete a 3 month period of attendance of bi-weekly equipment check offs, and Department trainings. Also a 16 hour TN Basic Fire Training course will be completed to advance to Recruit FF status. Recruit FF's are eligible to attend and complete over 120 hours of State mandated and Department training to become eligible for FF Status. TN Emergency Medical Responder training is also available for FF status members. All members are required to attend at least one bi-weekly Equipment Check off, on the 2nd and 4th Tuesday of each month, and at least one Department training on the 1st Tuesday and the 3rd Sunday of each month. Additionally one 12 hour shift at the station for residents in the district, or 48 hours of shift work at the station for those who reside outside the district are to be completed. We provide the training and equipment, you provide the time and motivation. Volunteers also participate in public education, community outreach, and other department sponsored events/activities.

Minimum requirements include: 1)High school Diploma/Equivalent 2)Valid TN Drivers license 3)18 years of age or older 4)No Felony Convictions 5)Legal right to work in the U.S. 6)Background check 7)Drug Screening 8)Reside within 25 miles of station

Fire fighter / EMT-B

Looking for members to support or volunteer fire department, both operational Firefighters, EMTS and non-operational support members.

Able to attend a volunteer recruit school and/or EMT certification.

Volunteers Needed

South Pend Oreille Fire & Rescue is currently in need of volunteer Fire Fighters. Application packets are now available online at www.spofr.org or at the Diamond Lake or Sacheen Lake fire station during business hours. The current staffing at SPOFR is too low. We are in great need of people who want to train to become EMT’s and/or people who would like to become firefighters. Volunteers are essential to our success as an emergency services agency. We are looking for people who are willing to receive in-depth training to become a professional in the volunteer field. These men and women will work on a frequent basis with our existing team of volunteers, and will respond on every type of alarm our District receives. The number of available volunteers has a direct impact on the time it takes us to respond to an emergency. The more available volunteers we have the less time it takes for us to respond to an area. Few jobs offer the opportunity to save a life All kinds of Volunteers needed You don’t have to be able to fight fires to volunteer. The fire district is also looking for non-combat volunteers as well. Do you have a passion or specialty in computers, public education, small engine or tool repair, etc? Or maybe you would be interested in helping with the fire district auxiliary, they bring out food & refreshments to the firefighters at the scene of a large emergency. If so we would love to have you as a community volunteer for our fire district. If this describes characteristics or interests you possess, call us or drop in. We at South Pend Oreille Fire & Rescue would like to meet with you!

Must pass a background check and have a valid drivers license. Other requirements will be discussed when applying or inquiring.

Firefighter

Join our team!! It's the most rewarding volunteer work you will find.

Training is provided.

Firefighters, EMTs, and Support Staff

The Warne Fire Department in North Carolina is actively recruiting new members. We are searching for motivated individuals to be trained in firefighting and emergency medical services. We are also interested in support staff. All training is paid for thr

High School diploma. Valid driver's license. Clean background check.

Firefighter

The Volunteer Firefighter serves the community by responding to a wide variety of situations, ranging from emergencies that immediately threaten life or property to routine citizen requests for information or assistance. They perform within the scope of the policies and procedures of Mt. Olive Vol. Fire Dept. and they perform duties in the following general categories: fire suppression, emergency medical aid or rescue, hazardous material responses, training, building inspections and public education. The Volunteer FF/EMT normally works under the supervision of a company officer and is expected to function effectively as part of a highly trained team. They are also expected to perform their duties under adverse conditions and physical conditions that may pose a high risk of personal injury or exposure to hazardous conditions or infectious diseases. The Volunteer FF/EMT is required to attend regularly scheduled training in order to maintain the high level of knowledge, skill and ability necessary to function safely and effectively as a firefighter and EMS provider in accordance with state law, county protocols, and standard operating procedures.

Minimum of 19 years old

Firefighter Rescue Co3

Volunteer Firefighter positions available. Want to help your neighbors and community, want to make new friends, want to be respected by your peers! Become a member of Garfield Volunteer Fire Dept. Rescue Co3

Minimum 18 years old and a resident of Garfield. We also have junior positions available (16 years to 18 year old high school students). Must pass a pre acceptance physical and background check, must be able to lift up to 50 pounds and perform all duties of a fire fighter. No training needed we will send you to the academy for training, Free. Click I want to learn more below and we'll contact you!

Firefighter

Entry level volunteer firefighters needed.

Must be 18 years of age. Must have a current drivers license. Must follow the policies of the City of Lake Park.

Firefighter and/or EMT

Filling these positions requires a strong commitment to volunteerism and the desire to be able to competently assist others in their darkest moments. The rewards of being a Firefighter or EMT in your community come from the self-satisfaction of servi

Must be 18 years of age Have a High School Diploma or equivalent Must be a resident of Ross County Must have a valid drivers license Must be able to pass a physical and BCI background check Must be able to attain basic certifications as required by

Firefighter EMT

FF or EMT

Firefighter, no experience is required, all classes are held in-house to become certified thru the State of NC EMT, you have to be certified before joining as a basic. You can join the department as a FF than go on to become an EMT. All applicants must be 18 years old

Firefighter

Hobart Fire is looking for energetic volunteers to join our membership.

Ability to pass one year probationary period.

Fire and Life Safety Team

Retired? Looking for a way to stay involved in the community? Elkin Fire Department has the answer for you. Join our Fire and Life Safety Team. Install smoke alarms in homes in Elkin. Teach children fire safety skills. Demonstrate the use of portable fire extinguishers at local businesses. Educate caregivers on the proper use of child safety seats. We offer a variety of ways to serve the community through proactively working to reduce injury and death to those who live in, work in and travel through Elkin.

A willingness to make a difference. Our team will provide training on the programs that we deliver in the community.

Firefighter/EMT

Volunteer and paid on call opportunities are available. We have 2 staffed BLS rigs and 7 fire stations. We are looking for volunteers that will be with us for the long term. There are multiple opportunities available ranging from a support crew person to advancing through the ranks to an officer position. We have one of of the best Marine Search and Rescue Teams in the Pacific Northwest. We are looking for volunteers that are willing to fill paid shifts on a regular basis.

Willingness to work hard, be dependable, reliable, and ready to serve the community. We are looking for lateral transfers (must be Firefighter One or Two). Volunteers- We will train you and provide all necessary equipment. You must bring a strong desire to serve the community, be reliable and committed to being trained to the level of Firefighter One and EMT-B.

Volunteer Firefighter

The Colwich Fire Department is seeking candidates for volunteer firefighter. No experience is necessary although those with training are welcome. The Colwich Fire Department provides fire protection and first responder service for EMS in Colwich and the surrounding area of Union Township. All candidates will be trained as firefighters and those who are interested can pursue EMT certification.

All candidates must be 18 years of age. Candidates must be free of felonies and have a good driving record. Preference to candidates who live within 7 minutes from the station, although arrangements could be made for those outside this distance. Candidates must be willing to attend initial training, attend bi-monthly training, and be willing to respond to incidents at any time when available. If interested, please apply during business hours at the Colwich Administrative Center, 310 South Second St., Colwich

Help wanted

We are always looking for new members to join if you want to help the community and volunteer as a Firefighter/EMT/Administrative. Help with Fundraising to help buy equipment to help serve and protect the community. Applications online at www.ehvfc.org

16 years of age and parental permission, also looking for non riding members for administration or our Auxiliary to help with fundraisers

FIREFIGHTER

looking to fill day time station response mainly 1300 to 1800

min of 36 hr. Ohio firefighter certificate will pay for training if agreed to a min of one year of service

Firefighter

The Volunteer Firefighter serves the community by responding to a wide variety of situations, ranging from emergencies that immediately threaten life or property to routine citizen requests for information or assistance. They perform within the scope of t

Be in good physical condition Be able to pass a background check Be able to pass a child clearance check Attend regularly scheduled meetings Attend regularly scheduled trainings

VOLUNTEER FIRE/EMS MEMBERS NEED TODAY!!

Charles County fire service is 100% VOLUNTEER and our EMS service is 55% volunteer. We currently have openings in all 17 departments and are looking for you. If you have 10 hours a week, enjoy making lifetime friends, and "have what it takes" you have com

16 years of age is the minimum, pass a background check, complete the application process and you are on your way to being part of a unique group of people in your community.

Firefighter ,Support

FIREFIGHTER ,SUPPORT MEMBER

Firefighter 18 years of age and willingness to learn. Jr member 14 to 17 years of age.

Volunteer Firefighter, volunteer firefighter/EMT

History - West Benton Fire & Rescue is a combination Career/Volunteer fire department. The City of Prosser and Benton County Fire District 3 have enjoyed a unique and successful joint Fire/EMS service relationship since the 1950's. By combining their financial, staffing, facility and fleet resources, there is significant evidence of effective and efficient operations for Prosser Fire District 3 and there is evidence that the joint operation has been able to provide a level of service to each jurisdiction that would not be possible on their own. As with most public partnerships, there are always predictable shifts in policy, participation and proliferation of services. These shifts result in the need to re-evaluate and "re-tool" the relationship in order to keep up with the various growth and demand factors in each jurisdiction. Such was the case with the City of Prosser and Benton County Fire District 3; West Benton Fire & Rescue is the result of those changing demands and the recommendations of the Prosser Citizens Task Force. We are a combination fire department consisting of volunteer firefighters and three paid staff, operating out of two stations providing service to 13,000 residents covering 176 square miles of urban, rural, and agricultural land. Our department also provides ILS (Intermediate Life Support) medical response, structural fire response, wildland fire suppression and various rescue operations including swift water. The Chief and Captains provide code enforcement, fire prevention and public education with support from our volunteer firefighters. We are very proud of our member's commitment and dedication to this department and the community to whom they serve.

Applicants for the position of volunteer firefighter must be older than 18 and should be in good physical and mental health. You must posses a current Washington State driver's license, High School Diploma or GED and have a good driving record. Candidates will be required to pass physical exams, drug screenings and background checks. Must also live within the department's service area.

Firefighter

We are looking for members of the community to become firefighters with us. We respond to fire and medical emergencies daily. We provide all the training you need to adequately perform as a firefighter.

Clear background check, driver's license, ability to learn.

Firefighter

Help your community by becoming a volunteer firefighter. Don’t want to run into burning buildings? That’s ok! There are lots of jobs during an incident such as traffic control, pump operator, or filling SCBA bottles and more. Check out our website grandislefire.org and our Facebook page for more information.

A desire to serve your community and help others. We will also train you at no cost to you.

All

We are looking for any one that can help we are an all volunteer department that needs you.

Above the age of 14

Vol. FF

New Members

18 years of age current medical physical Jr's 12 yrs and up with parent permission . Monday nights @ 6:00 pm est.

Volunteer firefighter, Fundraising support

We are always looking for new volunteers for the department. Volunteers can be in many forms: firefighters, support or auxiliary volunteers. If you are looking to find a way to support your community come by the station to find ways that you can help your community.

Firefighters: 36 hours of training per year and respond to 5% of call per year. All other volunteers: willing to help with different events.

Volunteer Firefighter - Explorer

We believe that exploring is a first and crucial step in beginning the journey to becoming a firefighter. Fire and emergency services exploring is a hands on program that exposes participants to many career experiences including leadership opportunities and community service activities. The time commitment for this program is about 6–10 hours each month.

The Explorer program targets high school aged individuals (ages 14–18) who are interested in learning and exploring a fire service career.

FIREFIGHTER

FIREFIGHTER -Fire suppression (structure fires, vehicle fires, outdoor fires) -Search and rescue of persons trapped in hazardous atmospheres -Rescue of persons trapped/pinned as a result of a motor vehicle accident

18 years of age Completion of department application

South Windsor Fire Department

Do you have what it takes to become a member of the South Windsor Volunteer Fire Department? The SWFD is currently recruiting new members. What does it take? We are seeking new members of all ages and abilities who possess a desire to help and a passion for service, as well as a sense of pride and tradition. Founded in 1938, the South Windsor Fire Department has been an all-volunteer service for over 75 years; but we can’t do it without your help!! Come join our team of highly dedicated and well trained members who have the newest apparatus and state of the art equipment at their disposal. Positions include Fire Fighter, Fire Police, Fire Explorer (for youth aged 14-17), Support Staff and Fire and Life Safety. All training and equipment is included. For more information, please visit www.southwindsorfire.org or contact Deputy Chief Scott Fine at 860-463-0500 or via email at sfine@southwindsorfire.org

Requirements vary based on position.

Volunteer Firefighters (Needed)

Youngsville Fire Department seeks new volunteers! Are you ready to make a difference? Are you ready to save lives and help your neighbor on their worst day? Are you ready to be part of a brotherhood and family of service? We are Youngsville and we want you on our team! https://www.yvfd.com/join-yfd.html The Youngsville Fire Department is currently accepting applications for volunteer firefighters from residents in our fire district interested in joining our professional team. No experience as a firefighter is required, just citizens interested in serving their community that are good people with solid values. We’ll teach you everything you need to know to become a Youngsville Firefighter and pay for it all. Already have experience? Don't live nearby? Not a problem. We have a volunteer duty crew program. Come join our team. Pick up an application at Station One, located at 803 Wheaton Ave near the HWY 96 & US1/A intersection between the hours of 8am and 7pm any day of the week. We also require your residence to be within six miles of one of our three stations if not applying for a career or duty crew position. Feel free to visit Station 1 on the third Monday night of each month at 7pm to meet the department members and pick up an application. We will even feed you dinner! What does joining the fire department have in store for you? 1. You get to meet men and women who work hard together for a common goal; to serve. You create bonds like most people never get to experience. 2. You answer the call of your neighbors when you are needed, and through your training, you know exactly what to do. 3. You get to wear a cool fire helmet and riding fire trucks is very fun.. 4. The department pays for all of your training and education. Learn skills that you will use through your entire life. 5. Helping people in need is the greatest reward or all!

- 18 years old (minimum) - High School diploma or GED - Valid drivers license

Firefighter

A small department, we respond to be between 25-100 alarms a year (more in the dry season.) Mostly oilfield and grass fires, but we are seeing an increase in service calls. We also respond to help area departments with structure fires and have one or two

Over 18, live near Whiteface, Texas. In good physical condition. Willing and able to invest time and effort in community improvement

Volunteer Firefighter

We are looking for a few New Cadet Firefighters to join our Department. We are a small All Volunteer Department located in Wheatcroft,Webster county Kentucky

18 Years of Age Drivers Licence Good Moral Character

Firefighter/ Medical First Responder

In this postion you will serve as a Firefighter/ Medical First Responder. You are responsible to respond to all fires, car accidents, and medical emergencies!

U.S citizen 18 yrs old minimum High School diploma Michigan firefighter training council Firefighter 1 Firefighter 2 HAZMAT Operations Vehicle Extrication

Firefighter / EMT

An honorable way to serve the emergency needs of your community and help people when they have an immediate need for trained assistance. Work side by side as a part paid volunteer with your neighbors, friends and family from all walks of life.

* 18 years of age * High School graduate or equivalent (GED) * Pass a criminal and driving background check * Of good moral character and willingness to help people * Must obtain Michigan firefighter 1 and 2 and EMT certification within one year of hire * Must live within Fort Gratiot Fire coverage area

Members Wanted!

The Perkasie Fire Department is seeking Firefighters, Firefighter/EMT's and Junior Firefighters, Fire Police Officers and Contributing Members to join our team. Experience is welcomed but not necessary, and all applications meeting criteria for membership are welcomed! We are additionally seeking associate members who work in our coverage area to join our team as an associate member!

Firefighter applicants must be 18 years of age or older, and be physically able to complete tasks required to fulfill the role of a firefighter on the fire ground including but not limited to: pulling hose lines, throwing and climbing ladder, wearing full turnout and SCBA, searching for and removing victims, as well as being able to work well within a team, able to communicate and follow orders. Individuals are required to obtain National Firefighter 1 certification from a nationally accredited program within their probationary period (1 year) and will not be permitted to enter a burning structure until such certification is submitted to the department. Associate members must be and remain a member in good standing with their home department, as supported with documentation from their home department. Junior firefighter applicants must be at least 16 years old and possess valid working papers. Act 168 of the 2006 amending Title 18 of the Pennsylvania Consolidated Statutes prohibits any individual convicted of Arson or related offenses from serving as a firefighter in the commonwealth of Pennsylvania, therefore applicants may not have been convicted of Arson or any related offenses. Fire Police applicants must be able to preform all essential tasks for fire police officers, including but not limited to lifting medium weight objects and preforming traffic and crowd control operations on scene in extreme conditions, while wearing appropriate personal protective equipment. Contributing members generally assist the department with non-emergency operations such as fund raising and other community events. Associate members must be 16 or older.

EMT

Harris-Elmore Fire Department is looking for motivated individuals to fill our volunteer ranks in the position of EMT. Being a volunteer is a rewarding way to give back to your community. As an EMT you must possess the ability to communicate effectively with the public. You will learn to respond to emergency situations and appropriately treat and transport patients in need of care. The State of Ohio requires continuing education and has mandated hours for your level of certification. It takes commitment and dedication, but it is well worth it. If you're willing to put forth the time, we want you. Once certified Harris Township will reimburse all associated expenses for training. Also volunteers are paid per call and drill attended. Our Volunteers work alongside with our Part-Time Paramedics who are on staff 24 hours a day to provide Advanced Life Support to our community.

- 18 years of age with a valid GED or Diploma - Must have valid State of Ohio Driver's License, with an acceptable driving record - Must be able to attend meetings and trainings twice a month - Criminal History Record check, including fingerprinting - Ability to lift moderate to heavy weight and capable of working under strenuous conditions. - Once a member the applicant will be required to attend monthly meetings/trainings and maintain all required certifications for their training level.

Firefighter

Volunteer firefighter is someone wishing to help the community by: being on call during the hours they are available, responding to fire calls and/or responding to calls for medical assistance, training how to fight fire and/or help on medical calls, and desiring to fellowship with like minded men and women.

The desire to serve their community. The willingness to learn. Being 18 or older to become a firefighter or first responder. Being 14-17 to become a Junior Firefighter.

Multiple Positions Available

• FIREFIGHTERS, EMTs, AND FIRE POLICE • LADIES AUXILIARY • ADMINISTRATION ROLES/ SOCIAL MEDIA/IT Become more than just a resident! • We are a totally free service that provides fire protection and rescue services • On average we run over 300 calls a year • The department is 100% VOLUNTEER • We provide free training, and courses worth college credits • Free use of facilities and equipment • We keep services free and property taxes down • Build self confidence and brotherhood • Most of all help protect Hainesport and our neighboring towns Can you Fill these Boots! General Information • There is one company meeting a month • Two drills per month • Optional Duty Crews every week • Multiple in house functions through the year for members to relax and have fun • We also hold fundraiser to bring more income into the department and keep the cost down to the township

We are willing to train! There is one company meeting a month Two drills per month Optional Duty Crew every week

Cadet Firefighter

Young men and women Ages 14 - 18. Our new cadet program offers exciting career training as a Firefighter. Backed by the KY Fire Commission and Learning for Life(Boy Scout's of America) we have brought Anderson County an amazing youth program to give you hands on firefighting skills.

Age 14 thru 18 and completed 8th grade. C average GPA or better. Safety oriented.

Firefighter/EMT

Volunteers needed. Need volunteers to compliment our staffing levels. The newer construction in our area has caused increased the number of firefighters needed on the scene. No prior training required. Potential members will have to meet with a membership committee, pass a background and drug test, and serve a brief probationary period.

Must pass background and drug test, and have a valid driver's license.

Volunteer Firefighter/First Responder

Mission Valley Volunteer Fire Department in Victoria County Texas, is looking for active new volunteer firefighters, and first responders

18 years of age Clean Driving record

Firefighter / Emergency Medical Responder (EMR)

POSITION TITLE: Volunteer Firefighter – First Responder GENERAL DUTY STATEMENT: Performs protective services work by preventing and responding to emergency situations. Under the direction of a supervisor, administers life and property saving actions. Maintains fire department equipment, apparatus, facilities, and property. Work involves frequent strenuous physical involvement. Performs other related duties and responsibilities as assigned. This position is unscheduled and will have varying hours and days as required. Commits to the ongoing training and progression of the Fire Department and its Mission, Values, and Beliefs.

MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS: ● H.S. Diploma or GED equivalent. ● Must be at least eighteen (18) years of age. ● Must possess and maintain a valid Minnesota Driver’s License and provide a driving record at time of completed application. ● Reside within a 10-minute drive-time response to Rice Lake Fire Station 1 determined by Google Maps. ● Successful Completion of Physical Abilities Exam DESIREABLE QUALIFICATIONS: ● EMS certification (Emergency Medical Responder, Emergency Medical Technician or Paramedic). ● Firefighting experience. ● Minnesota Fire Service Certification Board certifications (Including FFI, FFII, Fire Apparatus Operator, Fire Officer, Fire Instructor, Fire Inspector, Hazmat Operations, Hazmat Technician, etc.). ● Excellent physical condition. ● MN Class A or Class B Driver’s License. ● 2 year Associate Degree in Fire Science or related field. KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES: ● Knowledge of relevant equipment, policies, procedures, and strategies to promote effective local emergency operations for the protection of life and property. ● Knowledge of principles and processes for providing exceptional customer service. ● Knowledge of driver safety and the importance of maintaining a safe driving record. ● Use logic and reasoning to identify the strengths and weaknesses of alternative solutions, conclusions or approaches to problems. ● Adjust actions in relation to a changing problem and others’ actions in a high stress environment. ● Watching gauges, dials, or other indicators to make sure a device is working properly. ● Monitoring/Assessing performance of yourself and others to make improvements or take corrective action. ● Actively looking for ways to help others. ● Teaching others how to do something well. ● Considering the relative costs and benefits of potential actions to choose appropriately. ● Selecting and using training/instructional methods and procedures appropriately. ● Ability to manage one’s own time effectively. ● Ability to follow verbal and written instructions. ● Ability to communicate effectively orally and in writing. ● Ability to establish effective working relationships with staff members, other agencies, and the general public. ● Ability to think and act effectively in emergency situations compounded with intense stress and physical exertion. ● Ability to quickly respond and recognize a situation that is likely to go wrong. ● Ability to apply general rules to specific problem to produce effective answers and solutions. EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE: H.S. Diploma or GED equivalent. Post-secondary education no required. However, experience and/or professional certifications and achievements will be taken into consideration when determining successful candidates. EQUIPMENT AND TOOLS USED: Standard equipment used in this position includes but is not limited to: firefighting and emergency medical equipment including automatic external defibrillator (AED), hydraulic equipment, electric and air-operated rescue tools, SCBA, fire apparatus, fire pumps, hoses, ladders, radios, pagers, gas meters, thermal imaging cameras, computers, phones, and cleaning/maintenance equipment. PHYSICAL REQUIRMENTS: We encourage all candidates to be in good physical condition Because firefighting is incredibly physically demanding, it is highly recommended candidates have excellent cardiovascular fitness, upper body strength and endurance abilities for this career. GENERAL COMPETENCIES AND CULTURAL FIT: The Rice Lake Fire Department prides itself in being there to answer our communities call in a time of need. The fire and medical service is a dynamic and ever-changing environment; therefore, training and education is a major part of your time as a member of the Rice Lake Fire Department. It is important that you understand this and are willing to take on that responsibility. As a family environment, it is also extremely important that you are supported by a strong network in your personal life. The commitment and dedication required to this service is unparalleled. While we do not profile for a typical firefighter candidate, there are characteristics that will benefit you throughout this process. The successful candidate is rooted in the community and typically works another full-time occupation. The successful candidate is physically fit and is committed to his or her personal health. The successful candidate is driven, trustworthy, honest, committed, loyal, helpful, friendly, joyful, respectful, courageous, brave, self-motivated, calm, dependable, sensitive, humble, empathetic, a team player and a hard worker. The Department does not discriminate against age, nor gender or race. While a member of the Department, all personnel shall maintain a clean and professional appearance to meet or exceed OSHA standards. All members shall also sign an annual agreement that prohibits the use of tobacco products while on duty. SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS: Convictions for felony offense and/or misdemeanor charges will be taken into consideration when determining successful candidates. Any convictions will not automatically disqualify any candidate from consideration. REQUIREMENTS AFTER ACCEPTANCE: ● Serve a minimum of one year probationary period. ● Attend all meetings within your probationary period (typically one year). May make up missed meetings with prior approval. ● Attend all trainings held at Rice Lake unless prior absence notification is approved by Chief, Asst. Chief, or Training Officer. Drill must then be made up. ● Complete FF1 and FF2 training within the first year. (Paid for by the department) ● Complete at minimum EMR medical training within the first 2 years (EMR paid by department). ● Complete radio communications class. ● Attend the majority of extra functions, public community events, the department takes part in during the first year. ● Have an working knowledge of Departmental SOP/SOG’s. ● Understand how to operate and drive all fire department apparatus, Captain will report competency to Chief staff for check off. ● Know where all equipment is located on all trucks. ● Respond to as many calls as possible outside of work/schooling hours. This is why we are here.

Exterior Firefighter

This is a mid-level position for individuals that have completed a certain level of the PA Entry Level Firefighter Program, or equivalent. This can do everything that a support firefighter can do, with additional scene support tasks such as setting up ladders, and using exterior hose lines in defensive fire operations. With proper training and experience, Exterior Firefighters may also choose to function as apparatus operators. Membership provides many intangible benefits such as: community belonging, developing friendships, learning new skills, meeting challenges, and sense of accomplishment, and much more. Tangible benefits include: -Free training -Personal protective equipment provided at no cost -Full scholarship for associates degree programs at the Community College of Allegheny County -Earned income tax credit (for those living in Pine Township) -Free meals provided for certain events, calls, training, etc. -Free access to a wide array of gym equipment at the station -Free season parks pass to Allegheny County pools, ice rinks and ski slope -Deeply discounted single and family membership plans for the Pine Community Center -Annual member appreciation banquet, and other company sponsored social events throughout the year -Duty related accidental death and injury insurance coverage (in addition to workers compensation) -Free access to first responder assistance program including: personal counseling; stress management; life assistance and related resources. -Free annual fire service medical examination -Free fire company apparel and uniforms -Other discounted services from various businesses in the community

Any person with previous fire training equivalent to or exceeding the PA Entry Level Firefighter Program may function at the Exterior Firefighter level if they no longer want to perform interior firefighting operations. For individuals that are new to the fire service, the following PA Entry Level Firefighter Program courses are required to attain the Exterior Firefighter classification: Intro to the Fire Service, First Aid/CPR, Haz Mat Awareness, Support Firefighter, Exterior Firefighter, and FEMA online courses IS-700A NIMS: An Introduction, and IS-100B Introduction to the Incident Command System. To retain company membership status (voting eligibility, and ability to run for elected positions, must attend at least 10 company events (training, calls, meetings, work details, etc.) in a calendar year. To retain clearance to respond to calls, must maintain a minimum of 5 training events and a total of 10 training hours in a calendar year

Firefighter EMT or First Responder

We are looking for volunteer firefighter s and EMT or First Responders.

Training provided

Volunteer Firefighter and Or EMT

We are looking for individuals that are looking to serve their community as a Firefighter and or a EMT

18 years old Drug Free and live in Metamora or Amboy TWP or surrounding areas

Volunteer Firefighter

The purpose of this position is to control and extinguish fires, conduct search and rescue missions, assist government agencies This is accomplished by responding to fire emergencies, operating a variety of apparatus and vehicles, participating in training activities, assisting in the investigation of fires, and responding to the directives of incident commanders. Other duties include participating in equipment testing, and compiling and maintaining reports and records.

Requirements for becoming a volunteer firefighter are as follows. Candidates to be 16 years of age or older. Candidates are required to pass Basic Exterior Firefighter Operations (BEFO) and Interior Firefighter Operations (IFO), which include written and physical exams. You must live within the Town of Southport. Applicants who can demonstrate strong decision-making skills, dependability and bravery are preferred.

Volunteer Firefighter

Waverly, Beaver, Piketon, Elm Grove, Camp Creek, Pebble, Benton, Jackson, Scioto, and Stockdale Volunteer Fire Departments are seeking men and women to serve as Ohio Volunteer Firefighters. Free training provided. For more information please contact the Pike County Ohio Firefighters Association.

Candidates must be 17 years old and high school senior or 18 years old and in most cases depending on the school you attend be a high school graduate or GED. Additionally, you must obtain a physical, obtain your NIMS 100 & 700 Training. It is also recommended to obtain your Basic Wildfire Training and Hazmat Awareness. Depending on the chartered training institution that you attend other requirements may apply.

Relief Association Member

This is not a first responder position. As a member of the Goodwins Mills Firefighter Relief Association, you would be involved in fund raising activities, organize community functions and other support or benevolent activities supporting the Goodwins Mills Fire-Rescue.

Willingness to help.

Volunteer Firefighters

HELP WANTED! – Volunteer Firefighters Your Fellow Citizens of Williamson County NEED YOU! Williamson Fire-Rescue represents a partnership between the six volunteer fire departments and Williamson County Government to ensure those that work, live, and play in Williamson County are served and protected by the best possible fire service system. The six non-profit volunteer fire departments are located throughout all areas of Williamson County. No matter where you live, there are volunteer fire departments near your community, they are: Arrington Volunteer Fire Department, College Grove Volunteer Fire Department, Flat Creek/Bethesda Volunteer Fire Department, Nolensville Volunteer Fire Department, Williamson County Rescue Squad and Williamson Fire/Rescue (Peytonsville). Who are volunteer fire fighters? One of our fire fighters put it simply… “We are caring fellow citizens of Williamson County, willing to sacrifice our free time to protect our friends’ and neighbors’ lives and property. We stand for doing what’s right in our communities. Will you please consider joining us in serving our communities emergency needs?” We are kicking off this major recruitment drive for new Volunteer Professional Firefighters. No experience needed! All training and equipment will be provided, all that is needed is someone who wants to make a difference! For additional information, go to: http://www.volunteerfiretn.org/ To start the application process go to: https://vws-tn.firevms.com/interest.cfm To talk to someone about being a volunteer fire fighter, please call: 1-844-Vol-Tenn (1-844-865-8366) or 615-599-FIRE (615-599-3473)

Looking for potential members: At least 18 years old Pass a background check (paid for by department)

Firefighter

The Holmes Marshall Volunteer Fire Company was organized on April 3, 1954. Approximately twenty men in attendance at the home of Carlton Smith, 235 Fisher Avenue, Piscataway, NJ, elected Smith as the companies first President. The men banned together, united by their shared concern for the many serious house fires that were occuring in the community. The slow arrival times from other fire companies in the area resulted in the loss of many homes. With little to no money to start the company, Mr. M.J. Jackson was instrumental in securing the company's first hand-drawn fire apparatus. Needing a fire leader, the men elected William “Dee Dee” Jackson as their first Chief. Mr. Jackson also became their Incorporating Agent. The fire company was incorporated in July 1954, under the name of Holmes Marshall Volunteer Fire Company, Inc. This name was chosen in honor of a township resident who lost his life in World War I. There was also a school that stood on the corner of Park Ave. and River Rd. that bared the same name.

Looking for anyone who wants to become a firefighter. Must be at least 16 years old to join.

Firefighter

Firefighter, Pump Operations, Water Rescue, Fire Prevention, HazMat

Nond

Firefighter, Fire Officer, EMT, Driver/Operator, Auxiliary

We are looking for honest, dedicated volunteers that would volunteer their time to help their community. We have many positions to serve including fundraising, fire prevention, firefighter, EMT, and driver/operators.

Firefighters and Drivers must be certified in the state as a level 1 firefighter at least. EMTs must be at least state certified.

First Responders (Medical)

First Responder: Do you have medical background that would certify you as having First Aid/CPR? Contact us to learn how you can volunteer time just by helping those in medical need. Primary job would be to first respond to medical calls where the county medic service in no close or CPR is in progress. Benefits: LOSAP (Length of Service Award Program) retirement program, $3000 tax deduction, health, life and disability insurance, education discounts, housing discounts, various merchandise and service discounts, and specialty license plate.

Selflessness, safety, being a team player, integrity, honesty, courage, compassion, commitment, and competence. The competence will come from training to ensure a job is done safely and effectively. Other requirements vary, but you must be 16 years of age and pass a required SLED background check and physical.

Volunteers welcome!

Shannon Hills VFD serves the city and surrounding areas in Saline and Pulaski County Arkansas. We welcome city residents and neighbors. Designing our web page and working on our social media and community education; serving in a medical responder or firefighter capacity; or helping us construct our new station, our lean-to for the tanker.

Training the second and fourth Monday each month, 7:00 pm, maintenance on the third Monday. Some special trainings set on weekends. Drop by the main station, 11600 County Line Road (at Joan Drive, east of Vimy Ridge road) and pick up an application.

Emergency Medical Technician.

Looking for volunteers interested in becoming a EMT.

Must be at least 18 years or older. Have a strong Will to help the community of callands. Have a team oriented attitude.

Volunteer Firefighter

The Wytheville Fire Department Is looking for volunteers to join our department. We are a rural fire department in southwest Virginia. Many of our firefighters are 15+ year veterans of the fire service. We are looking for a new generation of volunteers to fill our aging ranks. If you have a passion to help your community and believe you have what it takes to become a firefighter, please go to the Town of Wytheville's website at www.wytheville.org/publicsafety/volunteers for information about our department and how to apply for a volunteer position with our department. All training classes and equipment are provided.

All applicants must be over 18 years of age. Pass a medical evaluation and drug test. Have a clean driving record, Virginia driver's license and pass a criminal history check. Must be able to attend at least 20% of fire calls, meetings and training. All new volunteer firefighters will be on a 6 month probationary period. You will also have to become a Virginia certified firefighter within 3 years of joining.

Become a Hero in Your Community. Become a Volunteer Firefighter or Supporter of Your Hometown Fire Department

The Long Branch Volunteer Fire Department is one of the busiest firefighting forces in Monmouth County--so no matter if you want to put on a helmet and join Long Branch's Bravest or if you just want to help on the sidelines, there are opportunities for everyone in every age group to help keep our community safe. All training and equipment are provided free of charge and there are many benefits and opportunities available to those willing to stand up and be counted among those in Long Branch's oldest community service organization. To learn more, just contact us to have an absolutely no obligation, low pressure conversation with a friendly volunteer fire officer. We will discuss your interest and our operations with you and, if there is a match, we will walk you through the simple steps necessary to join our ranks.

Qualifications. Effective January 1, 1988, no person shall become an ACTIVE member of the Fire Department of the City or any company thereof unless he/she is 18 years of age and not over age set forth in N.J.S.A. 40A:14-56 and is a citizen of the United States. He/she shall be physically fit to perform the duties of a firefighter, such fitness to be evidence by a certificate of a practicing physician of the State of New Jersey, after physical examination made for that purpose. He/she shall be a resident of or work in the City of Long Branch or one of the bordering towns. A candidate for membership residing or working in any other town may be approved for membership by a company. The membership of such a person in the Fire Department shall be subject to the approval of the Council. HONORARY FIREFIGHTERS/SOCIAL MEMBERS must be at least 16 years of age. MASCOTS (Jr. Firefighters) may join at any age, provided a family member age 18 or older joins as an Honorary or Active Member. Company Meetings are held once a month. Drill Nights are held up to twice a month.

Any

Interior, Exterior firefighting. Driving and operating apparatus. Traffic control, hazmat, and emergency medical services.

At least 16 years of age.

Volunteer Firefighter

Must be able to perform a firefighter job. must be able to climb, lift and carry 200lb be able to work in extremes conditions

You must be 18 years old and be physically fit take and pass the 36 hr Firefighter course . and have a Valid Ohio drivers license and have a clear drivers record. and be approved by the Wilkesville Township trustee to be a firefighter on the Wilkesville Fire Department.

Volunteer FireFighter

Looking for male / female volunteers 18 years or older interested in serving and protecting here community. All classes are paid for by Department.

18 years or older, valid drivers license. Must submit to back ground check and Drug testing before Hire.

Volunteer Firefighter or Friend of the Fire Department

We are recruiting new members from the community. Especially if you live within a few minutes drive of the fire station in Lockington. If you aren't interested in being a firefighter or live too far away we always need help with fundraisers and community activities installing smoke alarms, placing address markers, or updating water source plans and other paperwork.

To be a firefighter, you need to be at least 18 years old and have graduated high school or have a GED. Otherwise, we have stuff about anyone can do if you are willing.

Volunteer Firefighter/EMT

Highly motivated firefighters or EMTs needed at the busiest fire company in Baltimore County. We average 2500 fire calls each year and nearly the same for the ambulance. We also have the only volunteer tiller truck in the county. Live in members are also being sought. If your motivated and looking for a challenge, this is the place to be.

Able to pass a background check, clean driving record and drug free. Training is provided from Md Fire Rescue Institute.

Volunteer Firefighter

18 years old.

18 years old, vaild driver's license

Firefighter

Cash Fire Department is looking for dedicated individuals who want to serve. If you want to be a part of a busy department with dedicated individuals then come see what we are about. 100% Professional 100% Volunteer. Benefits Include: All Training Provided, No minimum living distance requirement, Ability to obtain Fire and EMS Certifications to help start your professional career at no cost to you, Training Schools, Station Staffing, Tuition Exemption (Texas volunteer firefighters may now be eligible for tuition exemption for fire service-related programs at many public universities) and The Brotherhood/Sisterhood. Visit: www.cashfd.com for more information

Must be a minimum 16 years old for junior program and 18 years old for firefighter position. Ability to pass background and drug screen. Pass physical ability test and officer interview panel.

Firefighter

Now accepting applications no experience necessary we will train you in house.

Pass a background valid TN Drivers License and pass a drug test

Wildland Firefighter

The majority of the duties performed by a wildland firefighter are outdoors. Most duties are related to prescribed burning, wildfire suppression, and fire preparedness. These duties include serving as a firefighter or engine operator during prescribed burning and wildfire suppression activities; conducting regular maintenance and repairs on various equipment such as fire engines, chain saws, and hand tools. Can you drive a truck with a manual transmission? Can you change a tire? Can you run a chainsaw? Can you pitch a tent? Can you tie half a dozen knots and sharpen a knife? Can you read a topographic map? Can you use a compass? Learning how to get by and make do in the outdoors comes in handy. If you don't currently have any outdoor skills – ARE YOU WILLING TO LEARN? If you are willing to learn the Yucca Fire District is willing to train you. Any outdoor skills that you currently possess will be to your benefit. Experience on a fire crew can be just a memorable summer job, or it can lead to a career in wildland fire management. Wildland fire experience is very beneficial to anyone interested in pursuing a career in fire management, wildlife management, field biology, ecology, forestry, or range management. Hopefully you now know "what to expect" when applying for a Yucca Fire District wildland firefighter position. If the information you were provided with sounds interesting then this may be an adventure you will want to take.

As a condition of employment, you must pass a pre-employment medical examination (which the District will pay for). You will be required to achieve an arduous rating on the "Pack Test," which requires you to walk 3 miles with a 45 pound backpack in 45 minutes or less. The Pack Test is correlated to measures of aerobic and muscular fitness as well as performance in field tasks such as working with hand tools or carrying loads over rough terrain. The Pack Test will be administered when you first report for duty. If you cannot meet the required fitness score for the Pack Test when it is initially administered, you must retake the test within a two week period. In the event you are unable to meet and maintain the fitness requirements you may be terminated in accordance with applicable personnel regulations. Most positions require working on an engine or hand crew. This will entail working with as few as two individuals to as many as 20 individuals. Whether it is two or 20, it is imperative that you can work well with others. Communication with others is a vital part of the success of the job. Primary contacts are generally other crew members, crew supervisors, and others in the wildland fire management organization.

Firefighter/emt

Looking for firefighter/emt

Emt

Firefighter

The Bramwell Volunteer fire department is seeking new personnel for the position of firefighter. Please join us!

Must be at east 18 years of age. Willing to work for free. Willing to risk your life to save others. Have a big heart to help people.

Firefighter / Junior Firefighter / EMT / Junior EMT

The Fire District seeks motivated applicants who are willing to volunteer in their community in these titles. The Fire District is among the busiest and most progressive in the County answering over 2,000 calls for assistance each year.

Regular members must be at least 18 years of age. Junior members must be at least 16 years of age. Members need to be in good physical health and capable of performing the required duties. Applicants will be subject to a comprehensive physical examination. Applicants should have a clean driving record, where applicable, and are subject to criminal history and background screening. Applicants must be a resident of Hanover Township for EMT positions and of Fire District No. 3 for Firefighter positions.

Firefighter

Atlantic Highlands Fire Department is looking for experience and fresh recruits for our department. Free training will be provided. Perfect way to give back to your community and belong to a second family and develop lifelong friendships.

Must be 18 years or older.

Part-Paid Volunteer Firefighter

Snohomish County Fire District 19 is looking to recruit several part-paid volunteer firefighters. The district’s service area is predominately rural and the boundaries include the unincorporated Snohomish County area between the cities of Marysville, Arlington, and Stanwood, Washington and include the town of Silvana, Washington. The district responds to approximately 750 calls for service per year and provides an excellent ongoing in-service training program as well participating in training activities with surrounding fire departments. Part-time firefighters work between 5 and 12 shifts per month and because the shifts are on a scheduled basis, personnel are not required to live within a given residential or response area. Shifts are broken into 12 hour shifts as follows: 0600-1800 and 1800-0600; scheduling of shifts is flexible and can be traded between individuals. Depending upon their qualifications part-paid firefighters receive a stipend of $80.00 to $120.00 per shift. Job Duties: Two part-paid firefighters are scheduled for each shift and may take positions on an engine, tender or aid car depending upon the nature of the call received. This is a unique opportunity to gain experience as a firefighter, driver-operator, company officer or a member of an aid car crew including providing BLS ambulance transport, and driver operator of the air unit. Part-paid firefighters are also responsible for routine maintenance of the fire station and fire apparatus and for minor repairs on the apparatus.

Minimum Requirements • 18 years of age • US Citizenship • High School Graduate (or equivalent) • Valid Washington State Driver’s License with acceptable driving record • Current CPAT card or pass department physical ability assessment • Current IFSAC Firefighter I or Washington State EMT certification and the ability to obtain the other certification within one year • Pass a background check Application Process • Application can be obtained at Fire Station 94, 2720 212th Street NW, Stanwood, WA at any time Monday-Friday 8:00 AM to 5:00 PM or downloaded from the web site: www.firedistrict19.com. • Return the application station 94. • Openings are continuous; however the next series of applications will be reviewed January 1, 2016 with oral interviews scheduled for the week January 11th, 2016. If you have questions you can call 360-652-8277 or email kstrotz@firedistrict19.com.

Firefighter/EMT

Volunteer Firefighter EMT recruits wanted.

21 years of age or older. Valid ID and Drivers License, Background Check required.

VOLUNTEER FIREFIGHTER

The Scott Fire Department is currently seeking applicants, for the position of Volunteer Firefighter. The SFD provides fire and emergency services to the City of Scott and the outlying unincorporated areas of Lafayette Parish. The SFD is heavily supplemented by Volunteer Firefighters. From either your home to the Fire Station or while standing by at the Fire Station, Firefighter Reservist are responsible for responding to and assisting on many types of incidents from Residential/Commercial fires or alarms, Haz-Mat, Vehicle crashes/injuries and all other emergencies needing the Fire Department. Scott Volunteer Firefighters, also participate in special events and fire prevention details in the community. The SFD Responded to over 1000 calls for service in 2019. ____________________________________________________________________________________________________________ REQUIREMENTS Firefighting experience is preferred but not necessary *18 years of age *Reside close to the Scott area *Willing to commit their time and efforts to the SFD, when available. *Be a US Citizen *High School or Equivalent Diploma *Clean criminal back round (No felony convictions) *Must have reliable transportation For Further information please check out OUR web page at www.scottfd.com or our Scott Fire Department Facebook Page. _____________________________________________________________________________________________________________ HOW TO APPLY…………………………….. Please print and complete the SFD application from Scottfd.com (Currently there is not an electronic version of the application) Make sure you completely fill out the applications and include a copy of your driver’s license and any certifications(PLEASE NOTE, an incomplete application will be automatically rejected) Applications can be dropped off at the Scott Fire Station 51, located at 129 Lions Club Road….. Monday-Friday 830 am-630pm, please call 235-4725 after 4:30pm as the Emergency Services building closes as 430pm. Once your application is reviewed and approved, you will be notified to attend an New Volunteer Firefighter Orientation(No dates or times have been announced yet for 2020). The New Volunteer Firefighter Orientation will go over the requirement and expectations, giving new applications a chance to ask any questions, before making the commitment to continue the application process. Applications will be accepted until March 1,2020. _______________________________________________________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________________________________________________ INCENTIVES *Incentive program with a stipend per fire call *Resume Building (past or present experience is great for resumes,team building, personal references, etc.) *Free CPR /AED First aid training *Free EMR Emergency Medical responder training and certification *Tuition reimbursement programs (When available) *Use of the Training Center Fitness Center *Free Wi-Fi at both SFD Station *Television and Cable *Free Firefighter certification for testing, (Practical and written) *LA State income tax credit *Free Firefighting Training *Access to Firefighter Educational library and text books. *Membership for the LSFA Louisiana State Fireman's Association

Firefighting experience is preferred but not necessary *18 years of age *Reside close to the Scott area *Willing to commit their time and efforts to the SFD, when available. *Be a US Citizen *High School or Equivalent Diploma *Clean criminal back round (No felony convictions) *Must have reliable transportation For Further information please check out our web page at www.scottfd.com or our Scott Fire Department Facebook Page.

Firefighter and/or First Responder

Firefighter and/or First Responder

Department provided Firefighter and/or First Responder training

Firefighter/EMT

Open positions are available for firefighters and EMTs. The department is made up 100% of on-call volunteers who are interested in serving their community.

Candidates should be at least 18 years of age and able to pass a background check. No specific education or work experience is required, only a strong desire to serve the community. Medical and/or fire experience is a plus however. The department will reimburse full or partial costs of EMT and/or fire training.

Volunteer firefighter

Come help out your community training provided

18 years old and valid driver's license

Volunteer Firefighter

Elkhart Lake is looking for volunteer firefighters. All training provided.

Live in Elkhart Lake, Town of Rhine or a neighboring community. Be willing to answer calls any time of day. Have a huge heart and willingness to help people. No felony convictions.

Volunteer Fire/EMS

Thank you for expressing interest in becoming a member of the Berwyn Fire Company. We hope this information packet is able to answer some of the questions you may have about our company. Volunteers are the backbone of the Berwyn Fire Company, and it is important that you realize what is involved in being a fire department member before making the necessary commitment. This manual is intended to describe how the Berwyn Fire Company operates and gives you some background information before you make any decisions on submitting an application. You are encouraged to discuss this information with your family and to contact the membership committee if you require additional information. Volunteers – All Berwyn Fire Company members are volunteer with the exception of nine career staff members. They are all individuals with strong community will, and commitment to active involvement in making our community what it is today. The ages of our members range from 16 years old to those who are retired and have obtained life member status. Education levels vary from those yet to complete high school to those who have completed advanced degrees. Our members work within the community as chemists, business owners, police officers, registered nurses, career firefighters, mechanics, contractors, 911 dispatchers, school teachers, architects, medical sales and serve in our nations military. The fire company was formed in 1894; at that time only firefighting services were provided to the community. Emergency medical services were added in 1951. Today the Berwyn Fire Company responds to over 3,000 fire and EMS calls for help each year, making us one of the busiest fire companies in Chester County. More history on the fire company can be found on our website, www.berwynfireco.org. Obviously whenever an emergency arises, but just as important are our training sessions which are scheduled throughout the year. Fire company drills are held every Monday night and company business meetings are held on the first Thursday of every month. Training courses from local training academies are also scheduled throughout the year and all members are strongly encouraged to take part in these formal training courses. What you can expect from the Berwyn Fire Company….. •Training: The Berwyn Fire Company provides all the training which is needed to do the job. •Equipment: The Berwyn Fire Company will provide all necessary equipment to do the job. •Protective clothing: All protective clothing will be issued as necessary. •Worker’s compensation: All Berwyn Fire Company personnel are covered by worker’s compensation. •Communications: Company personnel will be provided with fire department pagers. The department is administered by a board of directors through thoughtful and deliberate programs, and comprehensive training. The company is guided by means of bylaws, standard operating procedures and relationships with both Tredyffrin and Easttown townships. •Completion of formal Fire/EMS/Fire Police training: Formal courses are an important part of the training process. It is expected that a member make all attempts at taking formal training offered at the various local academies. This training goes a long way in making the team effective and safer on emergency responses. •Availability for emergency responses: Obviously call availability is important. We ask that if you are available to respond, please do so. The more members we have to attend an incident the better. •Company meetings and drill attendance: These are where you will learn to most about the company and its operations. It is extremely important that company meetings and drills are regularly attended. •Completion of yearly training requirements: Yearly training requirements are required of all members who respond on emergency incidents. These requirements are set fourth in the fire company’s standard operating procedures. •Fundraising: It is expected that you participate in fundraising activities throughout the year to help support the fire company financially. It's important that you understand the commitment required, prior to joining the fire company. You may hear the term, "the only thing voluntary is joining; the rest is mandatory". For firefighters, this isn't far from the truth.

All volunteers that participate in emergency service should be professional in attitude as well as performance. Emergency service activities by their inherit nature are dangerous and it is serious business. Because of this, it is imperative that every member of the fire company takes their position in the company seriously and professionally. After all, we are in the business of saving lives and property in our community. We encourage you to ask questions if you don’t know or are unsure. We are here to support one another and help each other in any way we can. •16 years of age •Have a level of physical ability to commensurate with applicable job related duties. A physical exam, along with a drug test, will be required once membership has been obtained. •Completed criminal records check •Be willing to work under adverse or dangerous conditions •School members must submit their most recent report card and meet the academic and eligibility requirements of their school.

Volunteer Firefighter

Volunteers interested in helping your community, Fairmont-Hahntown VFD is the opportunity for you. Our department provides vehicle rescue, aerial operations and also fire suppression. We have also have a Junior Fire department for the younger volunteers.

Must be 18 years of age and interested in being a team player to help your community during a time of emergency. Our Junior Fire Department is for the ages of 14 years old to 17 years of age.

On Call Firefighters and EMT's

The Lee Fire & Rescue Department is looking for men and women who are looking to support their community as a firefighter and/or emergency medical technician.

Over the age of 18

Firefighters and EMT's

The Cordry Sweetwater Fire Department is looking for volunteers who would like to serve the community and Firefighers or EMT's.

The Department will provide the required training.

Volunteer Firefighters, EMT/First Responders

We are a department located in a rapidly growing area in the Town of Geneva. We are currently seeking anyone interested in all areas of the fire service including EMTs and First Responders. If you have ever given thought to volunteering, now is the time. We provide all neccessary training at no cost to you. We also have many great incentives to all our members who are active. We know you may be busy, and with family life it can be difficult. However we all have families, and when we come together we get the job done quickly and safely so we can continue to enjoy time with friends and family.

Basic training based on your level of interest is provided. Your only requiremnet is a commitment of your time.

Firefighter

Volunteer firefighter.

Willing and able to help your community!

Active Member

Do you want to help support your local fire company but not actually fight fires? We have the position for you! Cherry City is always looking for business associates to help with fundraisers and other department activities. Don't worry you still create the same relationships and connections as the firefighters do.

The only requirement is that you work at least 15 functions over the course of the year! Don't worry they are easy to complete. Must be 16+ years old.

Firefighter

We are looking for new members! Please contact our department if you are interested or think you may be interested in joining the fire service family!

Our department holds weekly meetings on Wednesday nights. Fire and EMS training can be scheduled at a late time. Fire and EMS training are not required upon joining the department.

Firefighter or EMT

Volunteer Firefighter or Volunteer EMT

18 years of age high school diploma or G.E.D. valid Drivers License

Firefighters, EMTs, Rescue, Ambulance, EMR

The Somers Fire Department is seeking people to join our team of emergency responders to fire, rescue, and medical emergencies in the town of Somers, CT. Our department responds to about 300 fire calls per year and approximately 1400 medical/ambulance calls per year in our rural town of 11000 people which covers 29 square miles. We are always looking for capable men and women in the Somers, Connecticut area to serve as volunteer Firefighters, EMTs, or EMRs. All training is provided.

Devoted resident of the town of Somers, CT that is at least 18 years of age for regular member and 14 years of age for cadet member. Must live in the town of Somers or no farther than 3.1 miles beyond the town line. Must be able to meet minimal requirements of 25 % of calls and 75% of drills. For firefighter: Must be able to attend the Connecticut Fire Academy Firefighter 1 program within 2 years of membership start. For ambulance division: Must be able to attend class for EMR or EMT certification within 1 year of membership start. You must have a clean criminal and driving record and be able to pass a medical clearance (physical) provided at no cost to the applicant. All you have to do is have the time - Everything else you need is supplied free of charge. That includes all safety equipment, training, and required physicals. We also offer a Volunteer Pension as well as quarterly stipend and gas allowance. To obtain our membership application, please send a letter of interest to: Membership@SomersFire.org

Volunteer Firefighter

The Hughestown Hose Company, an all volunteer and non profit department are looking for volunteer firefighters. With the recent increase of emergency call volume, our department is responding to nearly 500 fire incidents each year in addition to EMS and other incidents. Volunteer Firefighters are responsible for responding to a wide variety of emergency calls from structure fires, vehicle accidents, medical assists, hazardous materials incidents, and many other emergency and non emergency situations. Required emergency gear, pager, and other equipment will be provided, free of charge, to all members and trainees.

All applicants must have or submit to a PA State Police Criminal History Check and a PA Childline Child Abuse Record Check. Personnel are encouraged to be age 18 years or older. Junior Firefighters, age 14 years old to 17 years old, may join and train but will be limited to the duties they may perform. Previous training in fire, rescue, or EMS is strongly encouraged but not necessary. Certification in Firefighter I or Firefighter II is strongly encouraged. Completion of an Essentials of Firefighting Program or a Basic or Advanced Fire Academy program is also strongly encouraged. Proof of successful program completion and/or professional certification is required. Applicants that do not possess these certifications or successful completion of these programs will be provided training at little or no cost. Certain costs maybe eligible for reimbursement upon completion of course or certification.

Firefighter (Live-In and Home Responders)

The West Manchester Township Fire Department is a busy suburban 100% Volunteer Fire Department that responds to 850 calls for service annually. To do this we rely on highly dedicated personnel within the community. We are seeking “Home Responders” and “Live-In” members. Live-Ins – For exchange for responding to calls for service, station duties, and training, live-ins reside at the fire station for FREE. We provide 4 college style dorm rooms between our two (2) fire stations. Each dorm has a beds, dressers/wardrobes, desks, wired/wireless internet access. In addition to free room-and-board, WMTFD also offers a variety of other incentives for your time and dedication. These include paid training, uniforms, retirement plan, and much more. Home Responders – For exchange for responding to calls for service, we provide FREE uniforms, FREE training, FREE Life Insurance up to $10,000.00, FREE Retirement Plan, FREE Fuel Reimbursement and much more. For our Live-Ins, our stations are just a short commute from the following colleges/universities: Penn State York York College of Pennsylvania Harrisburg Area Community College York Campus YTI Career Institute All members have access to our day rooms (lounge) which are equipped with plush recliners and sofas, big screen TV’s, Pool tables, state-of-the-art commercial quality fitness centers that include free weights, cardio, and universal gym equipment. We are looking for motivated individuals to become a part of our team. If you have the drive and determination to become a firefighter, please feel free to stop by any of our stations for a tour and an application or email Chief Clif at claughman@wmtwp.com

LIVE-INS: Firefighters requesting live-in status must be 18 years of age or older. Prospective live-ins must obtain approval from the live-in committee and must obtain the following: *Minimum of 10% call for service volume *Minimum of 10% fundraising participation *Attend monthly trainings *Comply with department policies and procedures *The ability to obtain certification at the level of Firefighter I Home Responders: *Maintain an average of 10% call participation *Maintain an average of 10% fundraising participation *Attend 1 quarterly in-house training *Comply with department policies and procedures *Ability to complete Entry Level program through either Exterior or Interior and Haz-Mat operations

Recruit Firefighter or Emergency Medical Responder

Recruiting persons interested in assisting serving their community. No prior experience necessary. All initial training is provided.

18 years of age Good physical condition Pass Criminal Background Pass Drug Screen

Volunteer Firefighters

Volunteer firefighters

Mo driver license

Firefighter/MFR or Cadet Fire Recruit

Onondaga Township is accepting applications for paid on call Firefighter/Medical First Responders. OTFD firefighters predominantly volunteer there services to the community but do receive a small stipend per call to offset travel expenses and missed work. OTFD members enjoy working with state of the art equipment, and may be eligible to receive free training. If your ready to give back to your community and help your neighbors as well as visitors to the township, please contact us with the numbers below to schedule an interview.

Cadet Fire Recruit : Firefighter MFR No experience necessary Michigan 240 Hour Certificate High school diploma or GED Medical First Responder License Satisfactory driving record Satisfactory driving record Complete 240 training within 2 years of hire Complete one year probationary period Pass pre-employment physical Pass pre-employment physical Pass criminal background check Pass criminal background check Reside in or near Onondaga TWP Reside in or near Onondaga TWP

Firefighters/EMTs

The Solomons Volunteers are looking for eager individuals you want to give back to the Solomons Community.

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Fire Fighter

Engine house 1 wagon 1 engine 1 tanker and 1 brush. We run at least 200 fire calls a year. We are in the process of possibly getting a ambulance. 70% of our calls is 2nd due to Strasburg and Woodstock. We pull 24 hour duty shifts on weekends and the rest we hang out any where between 7am-11pm.

At least 16 w/ parent or guardian consent. Physically fit clean individual.

Firefighter

Lovettsville Volunteer FIre and Rescue is looking for Certified Firefighting personnel to Join our team. The Volunteers operate only during the evenings and weekends. We require that volunteers operate one 12 hour night shift every other week Sunday - Friday, and One 36 hour weekend shift every 8 weeks Saturday - Sunday at a minimum.

Non-certified, or those with a some of the below certs are always welcome, and we offer free training! The following certifications are required by the county to ride as minimum staffing: Hazmat Operations Firefighter I Firefighter II Mayday FF Down LP Gas Emergencies EMR or EMT-B Please visit our website for more information http://www.lovettsvillevfr.org

Volunteer Firefighter

Pleasant Grove Volunteer Fire Department is looking for people interested in becoming a Volunteer Firefighter. No previous experience is required. As a Volunteer Firefighter you will respond to emergency and non-emergency calls when you are available. The department will provide you with everything needed to be a Volunteer Firefighter. If you are dedicated and have a desire to help others in need, please consider Volunteering with Pleasant Grove Volunteer Fire Department.

Driver Licence Clean background check A willingness to learn and help the community Able to follow instructions and orders from officers Good physical health Desire to complete basic firefighter training

Firefighter/EMT/Fire Police/Support Staff/Fundraising

The Bemus Point NY Volunteer Fire Department has been proudly serving our community since 1920. We are currently recruiting new members for all positions, We welcome those of all ages who may have an interest in serving as an credentialed firefighter, EMT, or fire police officer, but also those who are interested is serving in other capacities such as ambulance driver/attendant, back office (computer, financial, general office), station & apparatus maintenance, fundraising, or recruitment activities. We welcome anyone to stop by our station on any Tuesday training night at 7:30PM. We're sure we can find something of interest for everyone-the possibilities are endless!

Credentialed positions (Firefighter I & II, Basic Exterior Firefighter, EMT, Fire Police, Emergency Vehicle Operator) will require a commitment to initial classes and continued specialized, OSHA, and company training. We require you to complete our application and to pass an arson background check at the sheriff's office. Non credentialed positions typically do not require extensive state training. Where else can you learn new skills (hundreds of courses available) & receive an annual physical (firefighters) all at no cost to you and be a "hero" in your community! Looking for a career path? This is the place to start. SAFER and other education grants are available.

Volunteer Firefighter Recruit

Taking applications for positions of Volunteer Firefighter. Respond to calls both fire and EMS. All training provided free of charge. Hours as needed. Retention and incentives available!

-No experience required. -High School Diploma or GED -30 training hours/year -obtain 150 certification within 2 years. -18 years of age or older -live within our fire protection district -desire to help others

Firefighter

As an interior firefighter you'll be responsible for assisting in fire suppression, rescue, and search tactics at structure fires. Firefighters are also responsible for responding to and assisting in medical, including motor vehicle accidents. Duties at medical alarms include but are not limited to: driving an ambulance to and from scene and hospital, assisting EMTs with patient care, lifting and moving patients into and out of ambulance. Firefighters are also responsible staffing our marine rescue boat and assisting with water rescues, operation of hydraulic and other power tools at motor vehicle accidents and other technical rescues.

Upon entering the fire department and beginning their probationary period members must: maintain a 20% quota of all incidents including: fires, ambulance calls, weekly trainings/drills, department and company meetings. Within one year of joining members must complete firefighter 1 course at Suffolk County Fire Academy, attend all OSHA training, gain working knowledge on all fire apparatus, become driver qualified on ambulances. Additional trainings upon joining will be discussed.

Firefighter / EMT

Visit Stations 1 or 2 for an application

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Firefigher

firefighter duties include some or all of the following: fire suppression (both structure and wildland), ventilation, search and rescue, pump operations, scene protection on MVA, extrication, EMS support, public education,

must be at least 18 years old with no criminal background. must have a willingness to provide service to your community must have a sense of commitment must be able to attend two evening trainings/meetings per month and occasional Saturday drills/work days

DRIVER - PUMP OPERATOR

Phoenicia Fire District is a 100% volunteer fire department, supported entirely by the hard work of local heroes like you. There are many ways to get involved with the fire department. From becoming an active firefighter to an administrative or auxiliary membership. We also need all kinds of services that perhaps you can offer, like childcare while our firefighters are responding to calls, community event organization or grant writing. Everyone has something to offer and it takes a village. Volunteer work can be one of the most rewarding things that you can do for your community. Have a look through this section and if becoming a volunteer firefighter seems like a good fit, we'd love to hear from you. For more info, see our website at www.phoeniciafire.com

Candidates must reside in the Phoenicia Fire District, be 21 years of age or older, and have a valid driver's license. You will need to pass a physical and be willing to train, pass certifications courses, become State Certified, keep up with department training, meetings, events, and call volume.

Junior Firefighter

Willing to run calls and attend classes, events, and training. Must be age 16 and older to apply.

Willing to run calls and attend classes, events, and training. 16 years of age or older.

Volunteer Firefighter

Our two stations cover 324 square miles of Elbert County in Colorado. We take pride in the delivery of emergency medical services, structural and wild land fire protection, fire prevention and educational services with a genuine commitment to those we serve. Although we are considered a combination department, paid and volunteer members, our organization is 97% volunteer. These services are provided by trained, dedicated and motivated staff of volunteer and career professionals.

A minimum of 36 hours per month in shift hours is required. Mandatory training is conducted at 6pm on the first and third Wednesday of each month. No prior emergency service experience is required! Please contact us or stop by for additional details.

Associate Member (Finance)

- Non-operational position - Provides direct administrative support to the department’s financial operations division - Can include administrative duties such as filing, scanning, and other duties as needed

- Willingness to be a part of an organization dedicated to serving the local community - At least 18 years of age and in good standing with enrolled school, occupation, or employer - Able to successfully complete a local and national background check -

VOLUNTEER FIREFIGHTER

ASSIST THE COMMUNITY IN WHATEVER SITUATION ARISES NOT JUST FIGHTING FIRES.

BIG HEART, THE WANT TO VOLUNTEER. WEEKLY TRAINING. MONTHLY MEETING GEAR PROVIDED

Firefighter and/or EMT

We are always looking for new recruits to become Firefighters and or EMT

18 years old valid drivers license live in or near district

Volunteer Firefighter

Vienna Township Fire Department is currently seeking motivated residents that would like to join the Volunteer Fire Department.

Must be physically able to participate in fire and rescue activities.

Volunteer Firefighter/EMT

Tramway Fire Department in Sanford, N.C., is recruiting for volunteer firefighters and firefighter/EMTs. The Department seeks both certified firefighters as well as non-certified, inexperienced persons who are interested in working toward their firefighter certification. Tramway Fire Department proudly and continuously protects life, property and the environment from fire, natural disasters, and other emergencies for those who live, work and travel through the Tramway fire district and surrounding districts with professional and honest personnel. Tramway Fire Department is a combination department consisting of 2 full time, 8 hour shift personnel, that work Monday thru Friday 7:00 am - 5:00 pm. In addition to the paid staff, the Tramway Fire Department has approximately 36 dedicated volunteers that respond at a moments notice, 24 hours a day.

18 years of age Live within 7 miles of the fire station Complete department membership application Submit a driving record transcript Submit a criminal records check

Volunteer Firefighter

Looking for qualified people wanting to better themselves and their community , Our department runs on average 1200 calls a year , We are a combination ALS non transport department that provides non transport Advanced Life Support EMS, Fire Suppression , Hazmat / WMD Response and Technical Rescue Services to the City of Sumiton and our surrounding communities , people looking into our department must be ready to commit and make sacrifices for training and calls

Valid Alabama Drivers Liscense Minimum 18 years of age No Felony convictions Live within or very near our Fire Jursidiction

Call Firefighter EMT

The Lynnfield Fire Department is the largest predominantly call fire department in the Massachusetts North Shore. We are currently recruiting for call firefighters who reside within 1 mile of the boarders of Lynnfield. As a call firefighter you will be

No requirements to apply however once accepted you will be expected to attend the Massachusetts Fire Academy to become a certified level 2. firefighter. With in the first year you will be expected to complete an EMT course. You must have the ability to

Firefighter

Looking for men and women who want to give back to their community in the best rewarding way possible. We offer all the training you will need to become a firefighter. We also believe in continuing education and will send you to any additional training you would like to attend to further and/or better your career in the fire service. We will provide you with all the protection and safety gear you will need. If you are already NJ Firefighter 1 certified and live in Lower Township we will be glad to have you join our family and brotherhood of fellow Firefighters.

Motivation, Enthusiasm and be at least 18 years of age. You also must live in Lower Township, be able to pass a background check and pass a drug and alcohol screening. If you are already NJ Firefighter 1 certified and live in Lower Township we will be glad to have you join our family and brotherhood of fellow Firefighters.

Volunteer Firefighter

Volunteer firefighter providing fire and emergency medical response to 138 square miles of rural Solano County

18 years of age with a valid license to operate a vehicle in California

Firefighter

Our firefighters live within the community they protect. Each firefighter goes through basic and advanced training, which is provided at no cost to the volunteer, and all members are encouraged to continue training in the fire service. Firefighters respond to the fire station when they receive a notification advising them of a call.

The following core values must be maintained: Courage – inspiring member actions to be taken within a calculated and acceptable risk level to fulfill the mission of our organization Integrity – commitment to an uncompromising behavior of high moral character, honesty, respect, and responsibility Service – collaboratively work together to respectfully meet the needs of our local community Sacrifice – altruistically forego personal endeavors for the betterment of our community In addition, all volunteers are subject to a criminal history background check.

Volunteer Firefighter

Volunteers continue to be a vital resource for Sam Bass Fire Department. The department began in 1980 as the Sam Bass Company of the Round Rock Volunteer Fire Department and was staffed solely by volunteers. Today we serve our community by using compensated staff and volunteers.

18 years of age You are requested to attend 4 meetings a month. Be able to lift and carry heavy objects up to 100 lbs. Be in good physical health. Be willing to obtain SFFMA or TCFP fire certification. (Required to obtain bunker gear) Be willing to become an EMT-B or First Responder (CPR/AED) certified. Be willing to get up in the middle of the night to help ANYONE if needed. Possess a valid drivers license, with no major violations on your driving record.

Fire Explorer

Currently recruiting volunteer Fire Explorers.

Must be age 14 and in high school, through age 20

Firefighter

Otto Fire & Rescue is a combination department located in Western North Carolina. Located on the North Carolina, Georgia state line we operate paid staff 12 hours a day Monday - Friday and depend on volunteer response to assist with paid staff and during all hours the department is unstaffed. Averaging 400 calls annually we are looking for dedicated volunteer members who are willing to be a part of our aggressive department.

18 years of age Ability to obtain N.C. firefighter certification. Ability to obtain N.C. E.M.R. certification. Valid N.C. drivers license Ability to keep department required training hours annually. Ability to be present for a minimum of two monthly meetings.

Volunteer Firefighter/EMT? First Responder

Looking for dedicated people that would like to help there community out. Willing to learn. Wanting to help.

16 years of age, No criminal back ground, Clean driving record. Good medical condition.

Paid on Call Firefighter/EMT Basic/Paramedic

Thiensville Fire Department is looking for paid-on-call Firefighter/EMT-B or Paramedics. The department is located in a small northern suburb of Milwaukee and averages between 600 and 800 calls for service per year. Although small in geographic region the department is very progressive in its' operation and training. The department provides Paramedic level EMS, Fire Suppression, Dive Rescue, Fire Prevention and Education services. T.F.D. has a strong commitment toward building diversity in the fire service and is equally committed to strong community relationships, staff professionalism and career evelopment. There are paid (3) fire suppression practices, (1) EMS practice, and (1) Dive Rescue per month and active members must utilize a web-based program to schedule 72 hours of on call hours per month based on their availability. If you are interested in applying on-line please do to the following link: http://www.village.thiensville.wi.us/jobs.aspx. If you are interested in giving back to the community, there is no more of a rewarding way to do so and get to work with a diverse, professional workforce that becomes extended family!

Must be 18 years old, have a valid Wisconsin driver's license, pass a background check, pass a physical and agility test provided by the department, pass written assessment interview process and be approved by the Village of Thiensville Board. Although State of Wisconsin Fire and EMS Certification is preferred, the Department will sponsor training.

Firefighter

This is a skilled firefighting position with work consisting of combating, extinguishing and preventing fires, and the operation and maintenance of the fire department equipment and apparatus.

Must be a US citizen, or be lawfully admitted to the US for permanent residency Must have a High School Diploma or GED Certification Must be 21 years old Live within 3 miles of the city limits Must possess and maintain a valid driver's license with an acceptable driving record Must be able to complete a criminal background check Must be physically and mentally fit to meet the demands of the duties Must successfully complete a physical assessment/medical examination Complete the SD certified firefighter course within the first year Must complete IS 100, IS 200, and IS 700 within the first year

Firefighter

We are looking for several motivated, dedicated and active people to join us as members. All training is paid for!!! We have a brand new fire station and sleeping quarters. Full kitchen /day room. Brand new Spartan ladder truck and up to date equipment. We are the busiest volunteer dept. In Northampton county at almost 1000 calls a year. Prior fire exp is a plus, but not necessary!!!

16 yrs of age or older Clean background Willingness to learn and train Valid license is a + but not required

Firefighter

Fire Emergencies & Risk Mitigation Volunteer firefighters respond to residential, business and other structural fires. They work to suppress the fire using a number of means, including laying water lines, putting up ladders, creating necessary ventilation and entering the property, if necessary. Volunteer firefighters report to their station's captain or company officer to receive instructions. Depending on the station, volunteer firefighters may drive the fire trucks to the scene. Volunteer firefighters also operate different firefighting apparatus, including hoses, ladders, axes and saws. Emergency Situations Volunteer firefighters respond to other emergency situations, such as car accidents and natural disasters. Volunteer firefighters rescue victims and provide first aid, including CPR. Extrication may require the use of rescue tools, like the Jaws of Life, and techniques that required training and practice. Maintenance In an all-volunteer fire departments, the firefighters are responsible for maintenance and care of the fire vehicles and equipment. Maintenance duties also extend to the fire station itself; common chores include mowing the grass, attending to the landscaping and cleaning. At a fire or accident, volunteer firefighters work to clean up the scene to prevent any additional damage and may have to shovel, sweep or remove debris. Physical Because of the job's physical nature, volunteer firefighters must stay in good shape and pass a physical abilities test and medical examination before working. During a fire or emergency, a volunteer firefighter may have to knock down doors or walls, carry large pieces of debris or pick up victims and carry them to safety. Fighting fires often involves crawling through extremely hot, smoke-filled and hazardous conditions and volunteer firefighters must have the necessary lung capacity and physical strength.

To join the Pearl River Fire Department you must complete the following steps: 1. Submit an application to one of the two Fire Companies in the Fire District; Pearl River Hook & Ladder is located on Central Avenue or Excelsior Fire Engine Company #1 located on Route 304 and Hillside Ave. 2. Must have turned 16 years of age. 3. Clear a background check. You will have to complete New York State Firefighter I.

FIREFIGHTER, EMT, EMR

The Mildred Fire Co. and Ambulance Service would love to make you part of our fire family.

Age 14-18 for Juniors; 18+ for Active members; 16+ for EMS Providers; and 21+ for equipment operators. Training and gear provided.

Firefighter

Looking for a new challenge? Interested in public service? YOU have what it takes to make a difference! The Cheat Lake Volunteer Fire Department, located in eastern Monongalia County, West Virginia, needs new volunteers.

At least 16 years old, reside in our response area, willing to comple 120-hour West Virginia Firefighter I course.

Firefighter, EMT Basic, EMT Paramedic and FF/EMT Basic, FF/Medic

http://www.franklinohio.org/government/safety-department/fire-ems-division/join-the-fire-ems-dept- Volunteer (Paid) Call Firefighters. These members are the backbone to our organization. We will provide training to qualified candidates!

All prospective applicants must meet and pass all of the following standards and requirements to qualify for membership with the City of Franklin Division of Fire & EMS. Click here for more info: http://www.franklinohio.org/government/safety-department/fire-ems-division/join-the-fire-ems-dept-

Firefighter

Firefighter with a desire to give back to their community. Willing to train.

Must be physically fit and have time to do the necessary training to become a certified Firefighter I.

Firefighter

Looking for members interested in serving the community as Firefighters, EMTs, and administrative members.

Able-bodied people 16 years and older who are interested in serving the community.

Volunteer Firefighter, Wildland Firefigher, First Responder, and/or EMT

Volunteer firefighters account for almost 70% of the nation's firefighters. Volunteer firefighters respond to the same calls for service, use the same equipment and have the same training as paid firefighters, but due to economic reasons, volunteer their time and talent to the community in which they live to protect and defend their hometown from natural and manmade disasters. The La Madera Fire District currently has 20 volunteers and we are always looking to add dedicated men and women who want to make a difference in their community.

Membership shall be open to all persons, of good character, regardless of race, sex or national origin, who reside or work within the fire district boundaries, or who reside in other communities but within twenty (20) road miles of Station 28. Applicants must be able and willing to answer alarms and attend meetings and training sessions of the department.

Firefighter

Do you have the dedication and drive to do something great? Do you have the courage to act? The ability to perform? Do you have what it takes to be a volunteer firefighter? To be the one running in when everyone else is running out? Not only do you get the satisfaction of helping your community, you also get free training, scholarships and other benefits. Join New Windsor Fire Department. It may be the most rewarding thing you ever do.

18+ Years of age. Physically fit and capable of preforming firefighting duties. Completion of Basic Firefighter Course within one (1) one year of joining New Windsor Fire Department. Requires attendance of one (1) meeting per month, four (4) Truck Duties per month, two (2) drills per month and participation in all fire calls when available. Successful completion of probationary period.

Firefighter/ Engineer/ EMT

Firefighter- performs all interior/exterior firefighting duties, rescue operations and community public relations activities. Engineer- performs all engineering duties of various fire apparatus, emergency vehicle operations and community public relations activities EMT- performs all EMS duties, including patient care, emergency vehicle operations and community public relations activities.

Will train or provide access to educational opportunities to approved applicants. Must be 18 years of age with a valid driver's license. Must live within our Fire Protection District minimum of 1 year. Background check required for all applicants prior to approval.

Firefighters, EMTs, Support Personnel

Springfield Volunteer Fire Department is seeking volunteers to fill roles such as firefighting, emergency medical technicians, and also Support Personnel. NO TRAINING REQUIRED! We will send you to any and all available training's to increase your level of knowledge needed to do the job safely, effectively, and efficiently. Individuals will be paid $12/hr for certain training events and will also receive $15/hr during emergency incidents.

The requirements needed are a desire to serve the community, passion for what we do, and motivation to continue training and increase personal knowledge of how to do the job well.

Administrative Only Support

If you have an interest in becoming an Administrative Only support volunteer, the Gaithersburg - Washington Grove Volunteer Fire Department has what you are looking for. Apply today at www.gwgvfd.org

Applicants must be at least 18 years of age and have a strong desire to serve in a busy, physically demanding and fast paced emergency service. Requirements & Commitment include: Background Check, Orientation & Training, 16 Hours / Month

Volunteer Firefighter

We are always accepting applications for membership. Are you ready to be challenged? Have you always wanted to give back to your community and just haven't figured out a way to do so? Then by becoming a member of the South Fayette Volunteer Fire Company may be for you. Whether you would like to become a full-fledged fire fighter or simply assist the fire department with their many administrative and fundraising duties, there is a place for those who are willing in our organization. What's In it for You? Free Fire Service Training Various Member Benefits Access to Workout/Exercise Facility Meeting New People and Experiencing New Oppurtunities Gratification of Serving to Your Community Applicants need to complete the application below and submit it to the South Fayette Volunteer Fire Department for review. New membership applications will be reviewed on the next monthly meeting by the members and candidates will go through a screening process.

Obtain Firefighter 1 within 2 years. Obtain Firefighter 2 Within 3 Years. Training is provided free to our volunteers.

Firefighter

The primary function of a Wight City Fire Protection District Firefighter is to protect the community from disaster situations, including house and building fires, and promote an environment of public safety within the Wright City Fire Protection District response area. This position also participates in fire prevention and inspection activities, equipment and quarters maintenance, and training dealing with all phases of fire suppression, prevention, inspection, rescue and emergency operation. An employee in this classification performs the duties of other employees in the Chandler Fire Department when so assigned. All volunteer position is required to do 24 hours a month of duty time, as well as attend three training's a month.

o High School Diploma or GED o College Transcript (if applicable) o Copy of valid driver's license o Missouri State Firefighter I & II Certificate o Missouri State Highway Patrol Criminal Background Check (within the past 90 days) o Missouri State Highway Patrol Driving Record (within the past 90 days) o Completed application o Signed and dated Acknowledgement form o Notarized Authorization for Release of Information o Any other industry related certificates, endorsements, or documents o This form with all applicable boxes checked, signed and dated. o Haz-Mat Awareness and Operations (Not required of Recruits) o Copy of NIMS 100,200, and 700 (Not required of Recruits)

Ladies Auxiliary Member

Attend a monthly meeting for an hour. Go on emergency calls with food and drink supplies for firefighters and emergency personnel at long-duration emergencies. Help at the Ladies Auxiliary functions such as Basket Bingo, Easter Egg Hunt, dinners etc.

14 years or older

Volunteer Firefighter

Volunteer Firefighter. Training available and required for retention. Training is provided by the Department.

Good Physical Health,High School Diploma or GED, Valid AZ Drivers License, subject to Criminal background Check prior to hire.

Volunteer Firefighter

Acme Hose Co. No. 1 provides fire-rescue services to the borough of East Stroudsburg. All training will be provided to local members. College students from East Stroudsburg University and Northampton Community College - Monroe Campus are encouraged to apply.

Monday night drills, third Monday of the month meeting. Must make 50% of fire calls, drills, and meetings during probationary year. Basic Fire Training must be started during the probationary year.

Firefighter

Looking for motivated individuals who want to help their community. All training provided.

Must be 18 years of age to be eligible for full membership. Under 18 can join as "cadet" or associate member until they reach the age requirements. Must live in Brown County Indiana.

Fire Fighter or New Recruit

Looking for experienced fire fighters or individuals willing to start off as a new recruit. New recruits will have to attend the fire academy to receive their certifications.

18 years of age or older Valid and current Oregon Driver's License High School Graduate or G.E.D. Pass a background check Fire Fighter 1 Certification or willing to attend fire academy

Members

Anyone in our area looking for free training please apply.

Live in Gloucester or Camden County. Over the age of 16 Valid NJ drivers license

Any

We are looking for anyone that is interested in helping out the community by joining the Pelican Fire Department. Please contact us by downloading an application at www.pelicanfire.com thank you.

See application

Firefighter

We are currently looking for new members.

A background check will be performed; candidates with felonies are not allowed. Each volunteer will go through a one year probationary period when they first join the department. Members are expected to attend our monthly training sessions as well as respond to emergencies.

Vounteer FIrefighter

Volunteer Firefighter(s) serve their communities by responding to fires and other emergencies.

Requirements for becoming a volunteer firefighter. The firefighter to be 18 years of age or older and hold a valid communication device and obtain a drivers license . The fireman must demonstrate strong decision-making skills, dependability and braver.

Firefighter ,emt, or general membership

Help needed from firefighting to fundraising help

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Looking for Heros

Want to help your community? Contact us at hvfdky.org

18 years of age and clean criminal record.

Volunteer

The City of Covington Fire Department is currently recruiting volunteers to assist with everyday operations at the department. Must be at least 16. We will provide all training and equipment. No matter if you are looking to have a career in the fire service, a medical career, or just to give back to your community this is a great opportunity. Please contact us for more information.

16 years old. Background check required. Training provided

Firefighter

Do you want to help your community? Do you want to make relationships and connections that will last a lifetime? Join our cause today and submit an application! We provide fire suppression and rescue services for the First District of Shaler Township, and also to mutual aid companies within and outside of Shaler Township. We are 100% VOLUNTEER!

All training is paid for by Cherry City VFC and will be discussed and coordinated based on your lifestyle and schedule.

Volunteer Firefighter/Rescue Technician

Baldwin Volunteer Fire Department in Baldwin, LA is currently accepting applications for a Volunteer Firefighter/Rescue Technician.

Must pass a drug screen. Must pass a background check. Must possess the willingness to help the community and have a desire to serve. We are 100% volunteer and do pay any wages. All training is paid by the department.

Firefighter

Recruiting new firefighters to join our fire company "Family". Help out your community while making new friends.

At least 18 years of age.

Firefighting/EMT

We are in need of individuals who would like to better themselves and help their community as a member of the fire department. We need interior, exterior, drivers and fire police.

Applicant must pass a physical and background check. Department meetings and trainings are on Tuesday nights and will require a time commitment by the applicant.

Volunteer Firefighter

The Ross Van Ness - Wellford Volunteer Fire Department (Ross Van Ness Fire & Rescue) are are seeking individuals to fulfill a volunteer career in firefighting. We are an equal opportunity employer. Candidate will be required to fill out employment application, then be approved before the Board of Directors and Chief Officers. All candidates will be required to lift items 50lbs plus sometimes daily.

You must have a reliable vehicle with Full coverage insurance; you must be able to pass a FBI background check and DOT drug screen on a random basis. Must be willing to attend meetings and training sessions when they are offered. You must pass the Arkansas Fire Academy Introduction to Firefighting, Personal Protective Equipment and Arkansas Forestry Commission Wildland Firefighter program within 12 months of hiring. Insurance, Retirement and other benefits are provided with the possibility of discounted health insurance programs through the fire department.

Volunteer Firefighter

The Albany - Delaware Township Fire Department is accepting applications for the position of Volunteer Firefighter/First Responder from November 14th, 2017 through December 20th, 2017. Applications will be reviewed and a new recruit clas will start in February of 2018.

1) Must be 18 Years of Age 2) Must possess a valid Indiana Drivers License 3) Must be able to pass the 40 Hour Mandatory Firefighter Certification Class 4) Must be able to pass a criminal background check with no Felony Convictions

Firefighters, EMT's, Paramedic wanted

Volunteers needed to help staff your local fire department. The Clearwater Emergency Services are looking for dedicated individuals who want to help our community stay safe. These dedicated people must have a loyalty to the community they serve at the citizens worst times. We are hear to make their day better. Please go to our website www.clearwaterks.org to gain additional information on the department.

Must be minimum age of 17 Valid Drivers license High School Graduate/GED Clear Driving history clean Background check non user of recreational drugs Willing to participate in at least 30% of calls and training Willing to support the mission of the Clearwater Emergency Services Willing to become medically trained and work on the ambulance Willing to become Firefighter certified

Volunteer Team Member

Come and join in to help our rural community. We would love to have you and would welcome your help.

We have opportunities for everyone and anyone that wants to help. No physical requirements are needed and there are no training requirements to join our department. If you are willing to help - we will find an opportunity to give back to our community. Ever consider being an EMT (Emergency Medical Technician)? Would you like to learn how to fight house or forest fires? We provide training opportunities for you ... and we pay all expenses too. Maybe all you want to do is to learn how to help your neighbors by helping with fund raising and events. Thanks for considering joining our family of community minded team!

Firefighters and First Responders

Looking for individuals that would be willing to volunteer their time as volunteer firefighters and first responders. The City of Sheboygan Falls Fire Department celebrated their 150th Anniversary in 2013 and responds to between 430-480 fire and EMS calls a year.

All applicants will undergo a drug test, physical and background check. The department will provide necessary training and for applicants to obtain State of Wisconsin Firefighter Entry Level 1 and 2, also State of Wisconsin First Responder certifications.

Volunteer Firefighter

We're looking for new volunteer firefighters in Coupland. we always need more people willing to step up and serve their community. If you have the heart to help, we'll train you.

Live within 8 miles of the Coupland Fire District (approx 15 miles from the station at 403 FM 1466, Coupland TX 78615) Be at least 18 years of age Have a valid Drivers License, with no major violations Be in good physical health & able to carry heavy objects (100lbs) Be willing to obtain a CPR/AED card Submit to a background check Act in a professional manner at all times and abide by department by-laws, regulations and policies Be willing to get up in the middle of the night to help ANYONE

Volunteer Firefighter

Are you interested in a future career in the fire service? Maybe your interested in helping in your community? Are you graduating high school and looking to get your foot in the door of the fire service? Any of these are great reasons to come volunteer at The City of Barling Fire Department! We are currently accepting applications for the position of volunteer firefighter! We are a progressive ISO Class-3 fire department protecting the best community in the country! We are family oriented and provide ample training and education opportunities to get you off on the right foot! Come be an integral part in serving alongside some of the most dedicated and hardworking firefighters in the country as we build this into the best fire department in Northwest Arkansas! We serve a population of just over 4900. We run approximately 1000 plus calls annually within our 10 square miles, and serve the best citizens in all of Arkansas! We offer LOPFI Retirement, meeting pay, and free training. Come join our firefighting family today!

Requirements to become a volunteer firefighter at The City of Barling: Must be age 18 or above with proof of a high school diploma or GED, have a clean driving record and background check, and be ready to offer commitment and dedication to the citizens of The City of Barling and The Barling Fire Department.

Firefighter

We are actively looking for dedicated individuals living within our service district that want to make a difference in their community by volunteering at Clear Creek VFD

At least 16yo Live within reasonable distance from our service area

Firefighter

Responds to various incidents, attends training, and business meetings.

Pass criminal background check and wellness test.

Volunteer Firefighter

The Ward 6 Fire Protection District #1 is search for individuals with a little more to give. The department is staffed by volunteer firefighters and we need you. Volunteering as little as 5 hours per week can provide you an introduction to the fire service. Training, responding to emergencies, and of course the acceptance into the brother or sisterhood of firefighting will instill the skills you need to give back to your community. The volunteer firefighter's work together with other volunteers to check equipment, participate in training, respond to fires, vehicle crashes, haz-Mat incidents, and many other types of service calls.

Training will be provided by the department. The willingness to commit to volunteering a minimum of 5 hours per week at the department for training, responses, and other job tasks. The ability to work well with others, dedication, and willingness to learn are a definite requirement.

Volunteer Firefighter, fire ground support, apparatus driver/operator

We are looking for volunteers. Fire training is a plus but is not a requirement. We will train on-site, You can train to whatever level you are comfortable with, from non-firefighting support up to interior certified firefighter. We have SC Fire Academy certified instructors on the dept and hold SCFA classes in the county quite often. We are a rural fire dept that assists our community with fire suppression, wildland firefighting, vehicle crash extrication and rescue. If you are looking for a way to aid your community as well as getting the great feeling of satisfaction that comes with being a member of the brotherhood of firefighters, look no further. You will find few opportunities more rewarding than this honorable profession.

All we ask is that you have a desire to help your neighbors, your community and your fellow man during what may be the worst day of their lives. We can be the ones to save their property or maybe their lives. Together, we can make a difference. Call us at (843) 442-6704

Volunteer Firefighter

Volunteer Firefighter for Stanton Fire Department, located in Powell County KY. Stanton is the County Seat of Powell County, and SFD responds to around 400-500 calls per year. SFD responds to fires, vehicle accidents, alarms, EMS 1st response and EMS assist calls. SFD also assists Clay City and Middlefork Fire Departments for automatic mutual aid and trains regularly with both agencies.

Must be 18 years of age, a local resident, and no felony convictions. Must pass a Kentucky State Police and/or Administrative Office of the Courts background check for public service employees. If Accepted: 6 month minimum probationary period; 2 years for KY Firefighter 1 certification, then 20 hours per year minimum to maintain currency and status

Junior Firefighter's

We are seeking youths between to ages of 15 and 18 to participate in certain activities of the fire department as junior members. These junior members will be able to achieve their KY firefighter certifications at no cost. Many times Junior Firefighter's remain in the fire service as a career. This is your opportunity to serve you community and build a career.

Be between the ages of 15-18 Complete a Junior Membership application Provide a signed doctor’s certificate stating that they are physically able to engage in the junior program. Provide at least 2 references which will be checked prior to initial interview. Have a high school diploma, GED, be enrolled in school and maintain at least a cumulative B average, or be in an approved home school program Have a signed parental approval for their participating in the program. Have no criminal record Pass a drug screening test An initial interview of each applicant shall be scheduled with the Fire Chief, Assistant Fire Chief and Junior Program Advisor. As part of this process the parent(s) of the candidate shall attend a meeting with the Fire Chief and the Junior Program Advisor to review the candidate’s responsibilities within the program, and discuss the risks associated with the program. The parents shall be required to sign an acknowledgement of the risks, and a liability release.

FireFighter

Small town volunteer dept looking to bring on anyone who wants to join our Dept.

Fire Fighter 1 or two but not required Be 18 yrs of age Clean background Must have valid DL and insurance

Firefighter

Wooton Volunteer Fire and Rescue is a small rural department located in Leslie, Ky. Wooton Volunteer Fire and Rescue was founded in 1990, and continues today, not only providing fire suppression protection to the community of Wooton, but also Rescue and EMS. We are proud to serve our community and are always looking for new recruits and veteran firefighters alike to come and join and become apart of our family. Wooton Volunteer Fire and Rescue operates 2 Engines, 1 Tanker, 1 ATV Rescue and 1 Quick Response Rescue/EMS SUV.

To be a junior firefighter. You must be at least 15 years of age. To be a unrestricted firefighter, you must be 18 years of age, no felony arrests. EMT, EMR, and Paramedic licenses are not required, but always a plus.

Volunteer Firefighter and Wild Land Firefighters

Hot Sulphur Springs Parshall Fire is always looking for volunteer firefighters. We are in a rural area. We train 3 times a month and run approx. 70 calls a year. We have 2 stations. Station 1 in Hot Sulphur and Station 2 in Parshall. We will get you Colorado State Firefighter Certified and wild land Red carded while on our department. We are looking for people who want to train hard and give back to the community in a way few can. We run EMS, Structure Fire, Motor Vehicle accidents, Rescue and Wild Land Fires. If you live in our Fire District, we NEED you. Please visit our website to fill out an interest card www.hotsulphurfire.com

50 hours minimum training hour requirements. Must obtain Colorado State Firefighter 1 within 24 months. Must obtain Colorado State Firefighter 2 within 3 years. CPR and first aid. EMR certified within 2 years. Red Card Firefighter 2 within 6 months .

Volunteer Firefghter

Ridgeland Fire Department is searching for hard working, and customer service minded men and women with a passion to make a real difference in the lives of others. We desire to cultivate a highly motivated, effective, and diverse workforce to meet the emergency and non-emergency services needs of Ridgeland SC. Ridgeland Fire Department serves its community through a combination (volunteer/career) workforce. We are looking for volunteers to serve as firefighters, driver/operators, or support personnel, which the latter entails helping firefighters by meeting various needs during emergencies. If you desire to be part of something bigger than yourself, and serve your community, then step up to the challenge and start the process to join our team. Experience is not required to start volunteering today. All training and equipment are provided by the department. Our application process is multi-phased, consisting of an application, interview, criminal background check, and free physician’s wellness screening. Upon successful completion of the application process, you will be assigned to Fire -Rescue as a Probationary Volunteer.

If you're ready to serve your community in ways that few can, you have just about everything you need to get started. NO EXPERIENCE is necessary, All training and equipment will be provided at no cost to you.

Volunteer Firefighter

Central Fire District is searching for our next Volunteer Firefighter, is that you? The Firefighter performs a variety of unskilled, semi-skilled, and skilled duties involving fire suppression, emergency response, protection of life and property, fire prevention, and other related activities. Work is performed under close to general supervision depending upon the complexity of the task and the skills of the incumbent. This classification may provide limited work direction to less experienced employees and may temporarily act as a Fire Captain. The incumbent is required to complete a formal training program and subsequently assigned to a fire suppression squad. The incumbent is trained on various skill sets and application of equipment used in firefighting, rescue, salvage, emergency medical services, operation of fire apparatus, and equipment, public education, fire prevention, inspections and investigations. An incumbent in this classification is distinguished from those in the classification of Fire Captain in that the latter is a fire line supervisor. Depending upon assignment, duties may include, but are not limited to the following:  Respond to fire, emergency medical calls, and other emergency alarms and public service calls as a member of a fire suppression company.  Perform primary and secondary search procedures for fire and disaster victims. Remove and rescue trapped victims.  Apply basic life support and perfume primary and secondary assessments on patients at the scene of a medical emergency to determine appropriate medical treatment.  Drive fire apparatus, taking the most direct route to the incident scene, and maneuvering around obstructions as necessary for correct and safe positioning.  Position apparatus at the incident scene for efficient operation, secure and maintain an adequate supply of water for hose lays, and operate pumping equipment.  Ability to operate multiple vehicle types such as Fire Engine, Tow Equipment, Rescue Units, Brush Truck, Water Tender, four wheel drive apparatus and Command Vehicles.  Gain access to involved structures or areas to evacuate inhabitants, lay hose lines, and assist in operating nozzles to direct streams of water on fires to control and extinguish fires.  Select proper tools from a wide variety of specialized manual and power equipment in order to perform required tasks such as raising, lowering, and climbing ladders and operating equipment from attics, ladders, basements, roofs and other hazardous points.  Operate rescue equipment such as hydraulic cutters and spreaders.  Ventilate burning buildings to release heat and smoke, use salvage covers to prevent water damage, and overhaul operations after a fire to prevent rekindling.  Check fire scene for point of origin and source of ignition, and preserve evidence which may indicate arson.  Inspect and perform routine maintenance on rescue equipment, fire apparatus, hydrants, fire hoses, and other support equipment.  Attend training sessions concerning, but not limited to, subjects such as modem techniques of firefighting, emergency medical services, hazardous materials and rescue techniques.  Perform fire prevention functions by inspecting commercial, industrial, and residential structures.  Provide assistance and information regarding fire and life safety education and other related community service programs to the public.  Perform general maintenance and upkeep of fire station, including but not limited to gardening and housekeeping duties.  Provide technical assistance and informally train new firefighters and volunteers on the daily operations of the job.  Is subject to emergency call while off duty.  Study and become familiar with the Department’s jurisdiction, e.g. streets, intersections, fire hydrants, water mains, and sprinkler systems.  Confer with superior officers on policy and procedural matters.  Maintain records, prepare reports, and make public and/or committee presentations.  Undertake or assist with special projects, reports and studies.  May assume on-call duty on a rotating basis. TOOLS AND EQUIPMENT USED Emergency medical aid equipment, fire apparatus, fire pumps, hoses, and other standard firefighting equipment, ladders, radio, pager, personal computer, telephone. PHYSICAL DEMANDS The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. While performing the duties of the job, the employee is frequently required to sit; talk or hear; stand; walk; use hand to finger, handle or operate objects, tools or controls; and reach with hands and arms. The employee is occasionally required to climb or balance; stoop, kneel, crouch, or crawl; and taste or smell. The employee must frequently lift and/or move up to 10 pounds and occasionally life and/or move up to 100 pounds. Specific vision abilities required by this job include close vision, distance vision, color vision, peripheral vision, depth perception, and the ability to adjust focus. WORK ENVIRONMENT The work environment characteristics described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. Work is performed in office, vehicle, indoor and outdoor settings, in all weather conditions, including temperature extremes, during day and night shifts. Work is often performed in emergency and stressful situations. Individual is expose to hearing alarms and hazards associated with fighting fires and rendering emergency medical assistance, including smoke, noxious odors, fumes, chemicals, liquid chemicals, solvents and oils. The employee occasionally works near moving mechanical parts and in high, precarious places and is occasionally exposed to wet and/or humid conditions, fumes or airborne particles, toxic or caustic chemicals, risk of electrical shock and vibration. The noise level in the work environment is usually quiet in the office setting, and loud at an emergency scene. SELECTION GUIDELINES Formal application; review of education and experience; appropriate testing and interviews; oral interview; background check; physical agility test; drug screening; final selection. NOTE: Appointees will be subject to completion of a standard probationary period. GENERAL INFORMATION The examples of duties are intended only as illustrations of the various types of work performed. The omission of specific statements of duties does not exclude them from the position if the work is similar, related or a logical assignment to the position. The job description does not constitute an employment agreement between the Uintah Fire Department and the volunteer, and is subject to change by the Uintah Fire Department as the needs of the Department and requirements of the job change. Volunteer Category: Firefighter, EMT

Requirements EMPLOYMENT STANDARDS Education and Experience: Equivalent to completion of the twelfth grade education, be at least 18 years of age, and possess an EMT certification at time of employment. Physical Standards:  Weight in proportion to height in accordance with medical standards.  Visual acuity of not less than 20/40 vision in each eye, corrected, with only mild red/greed color defects being acceptable. Knowledge of:  Basic Life Support (BLS) procedures for evaluation and treatment of patients during various medical emergencies.  Basic techniques on safe and proper use of tools and equipment associated with mechanical and maintenance work.  Basic principles relating to flammable and combustible materials.  Basic mechanical principles such as leverage, force, acceleration, friction, etc.  English grammar, punctuation, and spelling.  Basic math such as addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division utilizing both whole numbers and decimals. Ability to:  Learn firefighting methods and techniques, the basic operation and mechanics of firefighting equipment, location of hydrants, mains, major traffic and fire hazards.  Learn to drive apparatus with care and safety in accordance with traffic laws and Department regulations.  Learn and maintain proficiency in Basic Life Support practices and techniques.  Analyze fire and driving situations and to adopt effective courses of action.  Think and act quickly in emergencies  Understand and carry out verbal and written directions.  Maintain effective working relationships with those contract in the course of work.  Work irregular or protracted hours and to respond promptly to call-backs.  Perform heavy and hazardous physical labor for extended period.  Meet and maintain physical standards. Skill to:  Work well with others as a team  Analyze problems quickly and take appropriate action under pressure.  Effectively interact with various individuals with tact and courtesy.  Effectively and clearly communicate in both verbal and written formats  Work under conditions of zero visibility and temperature variations with various equipment and tools.  Read and interpret maps, diagrams, floor plans, and geometric figures. Required License:  Possession of a valid, appropriate state of Utah Driver’s License  Have or ability to obtain Idaho/NREMT certification at least: Emergency Medical Responder (EMT Basic Preferred)  Have or ability to obtain certification at least: Firefighter 1

Firefighter

The Milford Fire Department is staffed entirely by volunteers from the community that we serve. New members are needed, and welcomed, to help us provide the critical services for our community. No experience is necessary, and all training and equipment is provided. We are looking for dedicated men and women to serve in a variety of positions within the department. These positions include; Fire Fighter – Fire Police Emergency Medical Technician – EMS Support Personnel Auxiliary Personnel – Fundraising Members are available at the firehouse each Monday, from 7:00 pm to 9:00 pm, to answer any questions. You can pick up an application in person, request via email, or download from our website.

Junior Membership is available for those over the age of 16. * A parent's signature is required if you are under 18 years of age.

Fire Fighter

WOODBURY FIRE DEPARTMENT IS LOOKING FOR VOLUNTEERS! Tell you're friends, children(16 and older) and family members. All training is provided. NO EXPERIENCE is needed! If you would like to help others, help the community and are willing to volunteer this may be for you! For more information and/or an application, feel free to call or stop up to the station and talk to any of us! Woodbury Fire Department 29 Delaware street Woodbury Nj, 08096 (856)845-0066

NO EXPERIENCE NEEDED!

Firefighter

We are looking for folks that can answer the call morning, noon, and night . We are a combination department providing support and mutual aid in the Outer Banks.

Good attitude Willing to run towards danger Willing to take direction Willing to participate in Company drills and Training.

Firefighter/EMT/support

Volunteer Fire Department

Must live in or very near the Dakota Valley area.

Volunteer / Part-time Firefighter

The Firefighter is responsible for assisting other Firefighters in combating, extinguishing, prevention, and the protection of life and property through firefighting activities. Prevents fire damage by conducting surveys and inspections for hazards; enforcing codes. Prepares citizens to prevent fire damage by developing and conducting educational and training programs. Ensures availability of water at fire scene by testing hydrants; requesting and expediting repairs; verifying repair. Minimizes fire damage by responding to alarms; driving and operating equipment; regulating water pressure; combating and extinguishing fires; rescuing and reviving people. Ensures operation of equipment by completing preventive maintenance requirements; following manufacturer's instructions; troubleshooting malfunctions; notifying supervisor of needed repairs; evaluating new equipment and techniques. Maintains operations by following policies and procedures. Maintains technical knowledge by attending educational workshops; studying publications; participating in scheduled bimonthly meetings. Maintains fire station building, grounds, and related equipment by completing maintenance schedules. Contributes to team effort by accomplishing related results as needed. May respond to emergency calls for specialized service such as hazardous materials, confined spaces rescue, extrication and technical rescues that include high angle, below grade, trench and collapse rescues;

1. You must be at least the age of 18. 2. You must have a valid state of TN driver's license. 3. Must live in Hardin County and be willing to respond 24/7, as work permits. 4. You must be willing to attend bimonthly training sessions. 5. You will be required to complete all of the following classes within the first year of being accepted: 24 hour new recruit (YOU CANNOT RESPOND TO ANY EMERGENCY WITHOUT THIS CLASS!) 72 hour basic fire class 16 hour Firefighter I Live Burn Course ICS-100 (online FEMA course) ICS-700 (online FEMA course)

volunteer

Sonoita-Elgin Fire District is looking for men and women who want a start in the fire service or just help a rural community protect there residents.

18 years old and a will to volunteer

Firefighter

**ACADEMY STARTING TBD*** Little Axe Fire Protection District (Little Axe Fire Department) is a rural fire protection district serving eastern unincorporated Cleveland County, Oklahoma, as well as east surrounding areas through various mutual aid agreements. We are a rapidly growing and changing department with our sights set on building a bright future for our community and our department as we continue to grow and expand services. We are seeking to fill multiple firefighter positions with individuals willing and able to perform this vital role in our community.

No prerequisites are required. All training and equipment is provided. Candidates must: -Be between 18-45 years of age with high school diploma or GED -Be free of convictions for felonies, drugs, or domestic abuse -Be willing to submit to random drug screenings -Possess a valid driver's license -Be willing to enter a burning building -Be willing to attend training as prescribed -Be in good physical condition -Live within a reasonable distance of the district ( Southeast OKC Metro area, East Norman, West Pottawattamie County)

Volunteer Firefighter

Volunteer firefighting. Evening meetings twice a month. Availability to respond to calls 24/7.

NFPA Training will be provided by the department.

Paid Per Call Firefighter/EMT (EMT or Paramedic)

Are you motivated? Dedicated? Are you looking for a fun side job? Willing to reach new levels of personal growth? Interested in joining a great team? Want to learn more? The Northwood Fire Department is always looking for paid-on-call Firefighter/EMTs. We will provide all necessary training. For more information, please contact the Fire Chief at 419-690-1647 or firechief@ci.northwood.oh.us

Must be 18 years of age Must have a High School Diploma or GED Must be a citizen of the City of Northwood Must pass a Background Check Must pass a Medical Physical Must pass a Physical Agility Test Must obtain Ohio Volunteer Firefighter Certification within the first year of employment (Approx. 40 Hours) Must obtain Ohio Basic Emergency Medical Technician Certification within 2nd year of employment (Approx. 140 hours) Must obtain Ohio Firefighter I Certification within the 2nd year of employment Must attend weekly training

Firefighter-EMT-Fire Department Support Personell

The Tiltonsville Volunteer Fire Department, founded in 1917 located in Southeastern Ohio at the southern part of Jefferson County is currently accepting applications for people who wish to become firefighters, EMT'S, and general support members for the fire department. Running out of one (1) station and answering over 500 Fire-Rescue-EMS calls, our current roster of members with an average age of (45) forty five continually strives for excellence in training and service to our residents. Not unlike any other volunteer fire department, our department experiences a shortage of manpower during daylight hours and in general a (50)) fifty person roster has been cut in half in the last (20) twenty years due to economics in the region. A proud family of members we are always looking for people who can help fill the void in our manpower shortage.

Must be (17) seventeen years of age and at least a senior in high school. Current Diploma or GED for those over the age of (17) seventeen years of age for members wishing to become a firefighter and/or EMT. For those wishing to help with department functions or become a Fire Department Support Person interested people should be (18) eighteen years of age and have no criminal background and a valid drivers license and live in Jefferson, Belmont, and Harrison Counties in Ohio, and Ohio County in West Virginia.

Volunteer firefighter

Always looking for volunteer fire fighters in Northeast Washington County, Texas

18 years of age Valid Driver's License Clean criminal record positive attitude willing to follow instructions

Volunteer Firefighter/Support personnel and Firefighter Explorers

We are looking for individuals who are highly motivated to become a part of our team. We expect our firefighters to gain certifications set forth by the department, meet participation requirements, and assist with community events as needed. We welcome individuals who do not want to fight fire apply with our department as well. These "non-firefighting" duties are limited to only a few slots. We would use these support personnel to assist with public education programs, fundraising events, and support functions on fire scenes.

Volunteer firefighters and support personnel must be at least 18 years of age, pass a criminal background check, and possess a valid SC driver's license. We also require an application process that includes a field agility test (Support personnel may not be subject to this). We recommend individuals have at least a GED or high school diploma due to the required certification testing. Our explorer program is taking applications for new explorers. Explorers must be at least 14 years of age and have successfully completed the 8th grade. These individuals may remain in the explorer post until the age of 21. Our explorers must meet participation standards set forth by the department.

Firefighter EMR or anyone who wants to help

Looking for people with the heart to help and willingness to participate/train to help the community.

Willingness to train and help and can pass a background check.

Firefighter/EMT

Volunteer Firefighter and or EMT. Shifts are week nights and weekend days and nights. Some weekday shifts are available.

18 years old Valid Drivers License High School Diploma or equivalent

Volunteer

GVFD is in dire need of people wanting to give a little time back to their community. We will provide ALL necessary training, SO NO EXPERIENCE NECESSARY

18 years of age and a clean record

Volunteer Emergency Medical Technician

Provide basic pre-hospital emergency life support care to citizens and visitors of the city of Virginia Beach. Operate an emergency vehicle (ambulance) within non-emergency and emergency mode. Be able to communicate via radio to 911 dispatch, hospital and to other emergency response providers.

Must be 18 years of age. High school diploma or GED required. Good driving record with no less and -3 points. Pass a background search. Pass a physical. NO TRAINING REQUIRED. Virginia Beach EMS provides free accredited Emergency Medical Technician training on-site at their training center. Emergency Vehicle Operators Course provided on-site as well. Must be able to commit to 19 weeks of training two nights a week from 6pm-10pm with several Saturday 8-5 workshops. Must be able to commit to volunteering 48 hours per month in 12 hour shifts offered from 6am-6pm or 6pm-6am after completion of training.

Firefighter

Volunteer firefighter position following training and probationary period.

18 years or older graduated from high school

Firefighter

We are a volunteer department that does pay per call and per meeting. Requirements are that you obtain 36 hours of training a year and respond to 10% of calls in a years time. We average about 300 calls a year.

You must be 18 years of age and submit a criminal background check and physical (you will be reimbursed) at time of application.

Volunteer Firefighter or EMT

Shoshone County Fire District #1 is currently looking for dedicated and enthusiastic volunteers. We are a career/volunteer department that is looking to expand our volunteer program. We will provide the tools to better yourself for a career in EMS or the Fire Service. This is accomplished by us providing you with training opportunities, experience, affiliation for EMT’s, patient contacts, and much more. For more information contact Station One at 208-752-1101 or jlong@districtonefire.com

• Fire Fighter 1 (preferred not required) • EMT (preferred not required) • At least one 24 hour shift a month • Reliability and dedication • Make at least 2 trainings a month

Emergency Medical Technician

Northwest Fire Protection District is hiring Paid Per Call Firefighters and EMT's for both of our stations that serve the northwest area of Rockford. Our department has a growing need due to a steadily increasing number of fire and medical call outs. No experience is necessary but commitment, respect and a willingness to learn is. New personnel will be required to have a Basic Fire Ops or EMT certification within 18 months of hire. Training is on Monday nights or Tuesday mornings and you would be expected to attend and participate. If you're willing to leave home to help your community when you are not at your full time job, call (815) 963-8891 or stop at our Central Ave station for an application. Additional information about the department can be found on our website at www.nwfpdil.org or by liking our page on Facebook. Our department provides all of the needed uniforms and gear. We also offer tuition assistance and grants for training courses. Out of district applicants are welcome. Some applicants in Machesney Park who are out of district may live close enough to respond from home. Sleeping quarters are available for personnel that are working shifts while off of work at their other job.

Must be at least 18 years of age Must be in good standing with your EMS system and be able to be credentialed by Mercy Rockford EMS. Must have a clean criminal background check Previous firefighting or EMS experience is preferred but not required.

All

All Volunteer Positions are always needed from firefighters, support staff, emergency medical responders, wildland firefighters, tanker drivers, rehab team members and more! We have 18 volunteer fire departments within Putnam County that are Non-Profit organizations and provide fire protection for the citizens of our county. These departments are 100% volunteer staffed, with the exception of East Palatka, Satsuma, Melrose, and Crescent City which have some career daytime staffing. Have no training? Not a problem! We provide all the training needed to become a volunteer in Putnam County and best of all its Free! The only cost is your time! JOIN OUR TEAM OF HOMETOWN HERO'S TODAY

18 years of age complete a records check Interest and desire to help others and serve your community

volunteer firefighter

volunteer firefighter for the community of Raeford and surrounding areas.

previous experience in the fire service would be great but not a requirement. we will provide all equipment and training at no cost to you.

Volunteer Firefighter

The Logan Trivoli Fire Protection District is currently seeking volunteers for the Trivoli, Hanna City, and Lake Camelot Stations.

18 years of age. Valid Driver's License.

Firefighter

Pink FD is openly recruiting volunteer firefighters at this time. We are looking for motivated individuals interested in helping the community.

Ages 18-45(for pension purposes). Reasonably good health & fitness. We require training goals to be met at regular intervals. Must have valid DL and be able to drive multiple vehicles.

Volunteer Firefighter

To preform community duties.

Must be at least 17 years of age, High school junior or senior enrolling in the high school program with a valid drivers license. or 18 years of age with a valid drivers license Must submit to a background check. Non-certified applicants must complete State Of Michigan FF 1 class. Certified applicants must present certificate with application.

Firefighter/First Responder

Respond to all service calls including ... fire events (structure and wildland), auto incidents, hazardous material events, emergency medical services.

Over 18 years of age and either work or live near the fire service area (Medina, MN). Commitment to the time required for core training courses (Firefighter I and II, Hazmat and First Responder) in the first 12 months of service, equating to approximately 160 hrs. Capable of attending at least 25% of all department dispatches in a twelve month period (department call volume is 180-200 annually). WIlling to be involved in keeping the station and apparatus maintained and functioning. Participate in department fundraising activity and community service functions.

Volunteer Firefighter/ EMT

Interior Firefighter Emergency Medical Technician -Basic

Call for requirements!

EMT- Emergency Medical Technicians

EMTs are responsible for the care and transportation of the sick and injured, paperwork associated with that care, and replacing and restocking supplies on thier units.

17 years old and certification as an EMT or taking classes to become certified. The association will reimburse members that graduate with a PA stgste certification or a NREMT certification.

Volunteer EMT

District II (Squad 146) serves the dual functions of both public safety and public service. The squad is responsible for responding to all EMS and Fire Department assignments on the eastern half of East Windsor Township between the hours of 7pm and 5am, Monday through Friday. We provide EMS coverage 24/7 on the weekends with a first responder and every night of the week. The agency provides first responder or ambulance responses during the weekday when volunteers are available. Squad 146 staffs Basic Life Support ambulances and are readily available to respond to EMS assignment as needed.

Minimum age 18 Must have a Drivers license Must be of a good moral character Must be in good physical and mental health No Experience needed on the job training provided (those who already have an NJ EMT and or NREMT certification is a plus) **this is not a substitute for completing a department application - this is just a contact form in order to express interest**

Volunteer Firefighter

Are you looking to help your community? Are you thinking about a career in the fire or emergency medical fields? If so, come and learn about these career paths with us! We are actively looking for men and women over 18 years of age to join our department. We are a fully volunteer organization, from Chief to Firefighter. We train every Monday night of every month at 6:30pm. Please come down and join us. Watch how we operate, meet our members, and decide if Mountain View Fire Protection District is right for you. Contact us for more information: Station phone: (209) 634-4766 FAX (209) 634-9852

Clean driving record and great attitude. Lives within 25 miles of the district

Paid on Call Firefighter or MFR

Seeking local applicants interested in joining department to provide vital community protection. Department will provide training, if needed, to qualified devoted applicants.

Valid Michigan Drivers License, High School Diploma or equivalency, Clear criminal Record

Looking for Emt's or volunteers who want to become EMT'S

Three mile fire is seeking Paramedic's, EMT'S, first responder's. If you would like to volunteer and you live in the area or If you are not trained and would like a opportunity to give back please contact us. Our monthly meetings are held on the first Wednesday of the month 19:30 1064 three mile creek Rd Stevensville

30 training hours a quarter Make regular trainings Have a positive attitude Clean driving record

Basic firefighter

Responsible for fire suppresion ans other duties as assigned within our district. Knoxville Community Fire Protection District comprises over 110 square miles, mostly rural, and has 3 stations, Appleton, Gilson, & Knoxville.

Willing to take the time for training and other dept functions.

Volunteer Firefighter/ EMT

Volunteer Firefighters are responsible for work performed in combating, extinguishing and preventing fires and in the protection of life and property. Volunteer personnel are critical in performing fire suppression and prevention, public education and other emergency service activities. Some of the duties of a Volunteer Firefighter/EMT are rescuing people from cars and burning buildings and administering first aid. Duties may also include support services under the close supervision of a duty officer. Volunteer Firefighters must also be proficient in operating tools such as, the Jaws of Life or a chain saw and fire hose. We are looking to train the right people. Individuals selected will benefit from a great program that we have customized just for you. As a Volunteer Firefighter/EMT you will receive approximately 400 hours of training in the following areas: Firefighter I and Firefighter II; Emergency Medical Technician; Search and Rescue; Wildland Firefighting; Hazardous Materials; Basic Life Support and First Aid; Traffic Control; Emergency Vehicle Incident Preparedness. Being a Volunteer Firefighter/EMT is a competitive and challenging position. It requires a strong commitment towards education, training, perseverance, and helping the community. We are looking for professionals that are dedicated, resilient, have strong customer service skills and who are willing and ready to assist people and protect lives. Is this you?

The minimum requirements for Volunteering with the NMRFA include the following; Applicants must be 18 years of age or older; US Citizen, or have a Visa permitting you to work in the United States; High School Diploma or GED; Possess and maintain a valid driver’s license with an acceptable driving record; Pass a comprehensive background check; Pass a physical examination and a functional capacity test; Obtain a Basic Life Support (BLS) CPR and First Aid Certification within the first three months of acceptance into the Volunteer Program.

Volunteer Firefighter

The City of Mebane is seeking members of the community interested in becoming a Volunteer Firefighter. These Volunteers will serve alongside the Department's other Volunteer and Career Firefighters protecting the citizens of the City of Mebane and surrounding Fire District our of one of the Department's three stations. These firefighters would be on-call and respond to calls for service as needed. Volunteers will be required to attend training offered by the Department, as well as occasional classes offered outside the Department.

Volunteers must meet the following requirements: • Be at least 18 years of age; • Be in good physical condition; • Live inside the Mebane Fire District and be able to respond to one of the Department's three stations; • Possess a high school diploma or GED; • Pass a drug test; • Pass a criminal background check; Once accepted to become a Probationary Member of the Department, your training and participation will begin. Your Probationary status will last for a period of twelve (12) months from the date you’re accepted. During this period, you’ll be expected to attend business meetings (held once per month), training exercises (held 3-5 times per month) and respond to necessary calls for service as required by Probationary Members. You'll also be expected to obtain your Hazard Materials Awareness and Operations level certificates and begin taking classes towards obtaining your Firefighter Certification.

Volunteer Firefighter

The Spring Creek Volunteer Fire Department (SCVFD) is looking for individuals who are interested in servicing their community by volunteering their time to become a Firefighter. If you have ever thought about becoming a Firefighter there is no better time than right now. The Spring Creek VFD is recruiting for those who can attend the upcoming firefighter training to become state certified Firefighter I. This certification allows you to participate in firefighting operations during a structure fire.

Interested individuals must be willing to participated in training activities and respond to emergency calls.

Firefighter

Volunteer firefighters account for almost 70% of the nation's firefighters. Volunteer firefighters respond to the same calls for service, use the same equipment and have the same training as paid firefighters, but due to economic reasons, volunteer their time and talent to the community in which they live to protect and defend their hometown from natural and manmade disasters. The Village of Jemez Springs currently has 18 full time firefighters, and we are always looking to add dedicated men and women who want to make a difference in their community.

Membership shall be open to all persons, of good character, regardless of race, sex or national origin, who reside or work within the Village of Jemez Springs, or who reside in other communities but within twenty (20) road miles of the Village limits. Applicants must be able and willing to answer alarms and attend meetings and training sessions of the department. Applicants for Firefighter/EMT must submit to an examination relative to their physical fitness to perform duties of a Firefighter/EMT to be paid for by the Department.

Firefighter/EMT

Members of REINBECK FIRE DEPARTMENT appreciate your interest in joining our team. The Reinbeck Fire Department was first organized in 1892 with 15 original members organizing themselves into a “hose company”. Over 120 years have passed since then and the Reinbeck Fire Department has developed as a volunteer community & rural Fire, EMS & Rescue organization with a high degree of professionalism. We have significant responsibilities to the citizens of Reinbeck and the rural areas we serve & protect. We are stewards in our community and we work hard to preserve & protect life & property in our Fire & EMS district. In order to continue with the high standards we have set for ourselves & our citizens, a procedure has been established to screen applications for membership to the Reinbeck Fire Department.

If accepted as a member of the Reinbeck Fire Department, you will be expected to help maintain our high level of professionalism within our community as you are representing all members of this public safety department at any time. In order to accomplish this worthy task, you will be expected to maintain a valid driver’s license and reliable transportation. You will also be expected to be available to attend training sessions and give freely of your time to attend fires, EMS calls, meetings, drills / practice sessions and work on committees to help further the mission & vision of the Reinbeck Fire Department. Fire & EMS Training meetings are held the SECOND MONDAY of each month and Business meetings are held the LAST MONDAY of each month. There are also times that special training sessions are scheduled as needed and might be held on weekends. OTHER RESPONSIBILITIES INCLUDE: • Monthly equipment inspections & vehicle maintenance checks • Helping to maintain cleanliness of all vehicles & equipment • Personal gear & protective equipment checks • Station housekeeping duties • Maintaining any Fire / EMS or Rescue certifications that you may obtain as a member • Voting privileges • Submitting to a baseline physical exam to determine the ability to physically & safety perform the required duties of a firefighter

Firefighters, EMRs, administrative, drivers, mechanics.

There are many ways to support your local volunteer fire department. We have several needs to keep us able to respond to an emergency. Mechanics, drivers, administrative, fund raisers, the list is long. All types of help is needed and appreciated.

Some requirements involve training for new skills, Emergency responders. Others may be as simple as using already acquired skills, maintenance, administration, fund raising.

Firefighter/First Responder

Sand Hills Fire Department is looking for volunteers in the Seguin and southern Guadalupe County area. If you are interested stop by our station on Zion Hill Rd, members are there every Thursday night from 7:00pm to about 9:00pm. We also have a Junior Firefighter program for those that are not 18 years of age and a auxiliary that help at fires & fundraisers.

Applicants must be at least 18 years old, have a valid DL and must be able to pass a background check.

Volunteer Firefighter & Marine Rescue Team Member

The Melbourne Beach Volunteer Fire Department is a small, single station department located in the Town of Melbourne Beach, Florida. We respond to approximately 200 calls for service each year, as well as provide Fire/Rescue cover for large events, and host/participate in many community events. All of our Firefighters are State Certified Firefighter 1, and many of our members have gone on to obtain State Firefighter 2 certification. Additionally, we are all trained to respond to wild fires, vehicle accidents, and other emergencies. The MBVFD is home to Squad 58, Engine 58, Engine 258, and District 58. Each vehicle plays an important role in our ability to fight fires and perform rescues. While our station does not routinely run 911 medical calls, we do assist BCFR from time to time. All of our department’s volunteers have taken First Responder training, and are certified CPR providers. In addition, we have members that have chosen to take their training further and are State Certified EMTs and Paramedics. Another one of our primary roles is marine rescue. We specialize in ocean and river rescue, and are one of the only departments in the area that train to the U.S. Coast Guard standards for Basic Search and Rescue. We run marine rescue calls throughout the southern half of Brevard County, and cross train with many of the other local agencies. Our station is home to ATV 58, Marine 58 (larger river rescue boat), Marine 258 (Jet Ski), and Marine 358 (Jet Ski). The MBVFD continually recruits men and women in and around the community to serve as volunteer firefighters and fill open spots in our roster.

All applicants must be at least 18 years of age and hold a valid Florida drivers license. Applicants must possess a High School Diploma, or equivalent, be able to read, write, and understand English, as well as pass a Background Check, Drug Screening, and Physical Exam. Applicants must be of good moral character and posses a desire to serve their community. We will provide all of the training you need to make a difference. In addition you will become part of a large family and get to enjoy all of the benefits the MBVFD has to offer.

Volunteer Firefighter

Volunteer Firefighter are required to attend weekly trainings and respond to emergency. We are a combination department and the volunteers are to assist the paid staff.

18 years Old High School graduateor GED/or in the process of obtaining a high school diploma or GED Valid Oregon Driver License ( not conditional use) No Criminal record \ Be in good physical condition and able to pass the Fire District physical agili

EMR/EMT

Mason Fire Department is searching for applicants with an eagerness to learn and serve others to fulfill the positions of volunteer EMR/EMT. Mason is comprised of a primary jurisdiction of 2.3 square miles with an approximate population of 1,600. It receives an average of 160 calls for help a year with those calls primarily being EMS related. To ensure that each call is answered promptly and professionally, we are in need of volunteers who are willing to meet this demand. This position is available to those who are interested is responding in the field of EMS with a drive to serve others in time of medical emergencies. Training will be provided to those with no prior training or experience to the level of Emergency Medical Responder. Higher levels of accredited certification will be accepted. Mason primarily provides BLS care to patients within its jurisdiction. Responsibilities of applicants will consist of providing quality EMS services to patients, maintaining a professional approach in all situations encountered, providing support to fire ground operations, mass casualty, search & rescue, station maintenance, vehicle operations, implementation of NIMS/ICS, and many others pertinent to the fire service. All applicants will endure a probationary training period of up to three months after the completion of their accredited Emergency Medical Responder courses under the assignment of a designated company officer. Training will consist of a mix between classroom and physical activities intended to make you as successful and effective as possible as leaders in the community.

Applicants Must: -be of at least 18 years of age at the time of application. -have a valid driver's license. -have reliable personal transportation. -have a current medical physical. -be in good overall physical shape. -not have committed a felony. -be willing to submit to a background check. -be willing to attend mandatory training nights and complete personal written and/or online assignments. -be willing to complete minimal training requirements within the probationary time limit. -have a WINNING ATTITUDE while being able to work as part of a team. -be willing to assist others in their greatest times of need. Mason Fire Department is a growing municipal volunteer fire department in need of talented and dedicated individuals ready and willing to serve others during times of need or disaster. You will be a part of a progressive department with a mission in improving its services to the public with an emphasis in firefighter safety, education, and community outreach. If there are any questions at all feel free to reach out to the contact points listed below and a department representative will reach out to you as soon as possible. We thank you for any and all consideration in joining our team!

Firefighter

The primary function of a Salina City Firefighter is to protect the community from disaster situations, including house and building fires, and promote an environment of public safety within the City of Salina Fire Department's response area. This position also participates in fire prevention and inspection activities, equipment and quarters maintenance, and training dealing with all phases of fire suppression, prevention, inspection, rescue and emergency operation. Essential functions are not intended to be an exhaustive list of all responsibilities, duties and skills. They are intended to be accurate summaries of what the job classification involves and what is required to perform it. Employees are responsible for all other duties as assigned. Responds to fire alarms and extinguishes fire; Performs salvage operations such as throwing salvage covers, sweeping water and removing debris; Responds to and renders assistance in emergency cases; Cleans and inspects equipment and apparatus after returning from a fire; Inspects equipment and apparatus and notifies superior officer of any defects; Makes minor repairs to equipment and apparatus, performs routine preventative maintenance tasks, and keeps records of such action; Keeps fire station, equipment and grounds in a clean and orderly condition; Participates in training activities and instruction sessions; Acquires and retains a thorough knowledge of the City, including streets, buildings, water supply, unusual hazards and related items; Performs various public information or education tasks; Performs all work duties and activities in accordance with City policies and procedures; Works in a safe manner and reports unsafe activity and conditions. May respond to emergency calls for specialized service such as hazardous materials, confined spaces rescue, extrication and technical rescues that include high angle, below grade, trench and collapse rescues; Salina Fire Department is also very active in the community. Members will be expected, but not required, to assist with various Fundraisers that the Department hosts to raise money for the Sub for Santa Program which is held every year to help families within the Department's call area. Members will also be expected to assist with activities held for the community on the 4th of July and 24th of July.

To apply for the Cadet Program - Must be 18 years of age or older. To apply for our Active Roster - Must be 21 years of age or older, but not exceeding 55. Must live within Salina or Redmond City Limits. May live in Sevier County Boundaries, but must have a Salina or Redmond address. Must be able to dedicate the time to attend one, if not all of the following training courses before 3 years time of being on the Department: - Firefighter I & II Training - Hazmat Awareness & Operations Training - Wild land Firefighter (Red Card) Training

Firefighter/EMT

We are looking for good quality men and women who want to serve their community. If you are interested in helping your friends and neighbors in your community come volunteer with us! We run a variety of fire,ems,and rescue calls throughout the year and cover the largest municipality in Lawrence County. If you don't want to run emergency calls but would still like to help your local fire department we always need help at our fundraising activities. Feel free to contact us for further information.

Criminal History PA Driving History PA Child Abuse Clearance We do take 16 and 17 year olds for participation in our Junior program. They are required to get a work permit from the school.

Firefighter Basic - FF1

This position is a pay-per-call firefighter for the Lovell Volunteer Fire Department located in Lovell, Maine. Duties shall include obtaining BLS-Basic Firefighter level or Firefighter I within first year of membership. Shall drive and operate fire apparatus, act as directed by the Command Officer in handling emergency incidents firefighter equipment and all other related duties.

Lovell resident, 18 plus years of age, of good health, valid Maine Driver's License CDL or complete a EVOC course. Background check and pass minimum physical examination

Junior Firefighter

Crew 13 is for young men and women ages 14 to 20 who are interested in learning more about volunteer opportunities within the fire service. Crew activities will be developed around areas to help crew members explore and learn about what the modern fire department is all about including, fire prevention activities, administration, fund raising, and of course being prepared for and responding to emergencies.

Between the ages 14 and 18 or completed the 8th grade. Current grades of C or better.

Volunteer

Mid-Columbia Fire and Rescue is looking for dedicated community members to join our team. We average nearly 3000 calls a year with 5-6 career personnel on duty each day and our volunteers are essential for us to provide responders on larger incidents and subsequent calls to 911 when the career staff is already committed.

We provide the background and medical screenings to join. We train to NFPA Firefighter 1 standards. Our Volunteer Firefighters train every Tuesday evening from 7-9 PM with a 75% attendance and 24 hours per quarter callback requirement, after completion of our fire academy.

Volunteer

We are municipal department with 30 members and we are paid per call and for meetings. We ran 290 calls in 2014 and are on pace to meet that number this year. We have three engines, one tanker, one brush truck, one service truck, and a Chiefs vehicle.

To become a member one must pass a drug test, have a physical and criminal history report ran before becoming a member. All of these are at no cost to the member, we reimburse you for the amount. You do not have to have any experience or training, we wi

Member

What's in it for you? The satisfaction of knowing that you have donated your time and efforts to being a part of the community. Knowing that you may one day be able to save a life and knowing that you have the skills, knowledge and experience to help you excel in any endeavor in your life. Not interested in operational activities? The VVFD still has areas where you can help. Administrative and auxiliary members play a critical role in the functioning of the department. Operational. Volunteers can choose two paths: EMS only or Firefighter/EMT. Volunteers are used in various capacities within the county's fire service. They supplement staffing, adding personnel to units already in service and provide emergency staffing for special events such as Fairfax Fair and Viva Vienna. Administrative. The department is looking for volunteers who want to join an organization committed to serving its community. Administrative members provide invaluable support to the department through the departmental committees.

Varies

Volunteer Firefighters

Adult volunteers interested in helping as firefighters or in non-fire support roles should contact us. Opportunities vary throughout the year. Volunteering for the Sunderland Fire Department will include various tasks and training that all revolve around the core idea of preserving life and property in the Town of Sunderland. As a Volunteer Firefighter you will be trained how to safely operate en-route to and on the scene of an emergency. Firefighting tasks include but are not limited to: combating, extinguishing and preventing fires of all types, responding to motor vehicle accidents, HAZMAT responses, etc. Members may also be driving and operating fire apparatus, using power tools including the jaws of life, and learning fire-ground operating procedures which include strategy and tactics as well as various safety techniques. All fire department members must also become certified as a Massachusetts First Responder and have received training in CPR within 12 months of hire. All minimum required training for this position is provided in-house. Members meet each Tuesday, and train on average 3 nights per month. All applicants must meet with the Fire Chief for an interview before filling out the application. New members are sworn in as Probationary Members, giving them roughly a year to settle in. For more information, please contact Chief Steven J. Benjamin.

Minimum Eligibility Requirements include, but are not limited to: • Applicants must be 18 years old or older • Applicants must have a valid Massachusetts driver’s license and a satisfactory driving record • Applicants must not have had a felony conviction and be willing to consent to a background investigation to verify • Must reside or work in the Town of Sunderland or have permission from the Fire Chief if you live within a certain distance of the Fire Station • Must have a desire to help the community and continue to learn

Volunteer Fire Fighter

Help support and protect your home town in the West Sayville- Oakdale Fire Dosteict by becoming a volunteer today!

You must be atleast 18 years of age and reside within the West Sayville Oakdale Fire District. Once you become a member you must complete Suffolk county fire fighter one and in house fire fighter classes.

All positions

Brecknock Township continues to grow as does our need for volunteers. A truly family centric firehouse, we are looking for volunteers to support our fundraising, community support operations, and education initiatives. We are also looking for drivers, exterior and interior firefighters to grow our response capabilities. We are well known for our tanker support and are very well equipped for rescue operations.

Be a U.S. Citizen, pass a background check, submit an application. (14-17 year old require guardian permission)

Volunteer Firefighter

Respond to fire, rescue, and medical calls of service from home and the fire station. Attend training at the fire station. Normal schedule for training is one night a week for 4 hours.

Minimum age of 18. Possess a valid NC Drivers License (Class C minimum). Complete a criminal background check. Residency requirements of 10 miles from fire station or highways 110 & 276 intersection. Once accepted to membership all fire & rescue will be provided through Haywood Community College. Most at no cost to the applicant.

Firefighter, EMT, Fundraising, or Department Support

If you want to help your community, then join with us in that cause. We need you if you live in the area.

Training provided.

Volunteer positions available to assist in all areas of operation.

The Laguna Vista Volunteer Fire Department is requesting dedicated volunteers to assist the community in all aspects of emergency services as well as proving non-emergency services such as fund raising, special events and record keeping.

No experience necessary. Training will be provided.

Firefighter

We are looking for people 16 years of age and older who would like to become a volunteer firefighter. All classes and equipment is paid for by the department. Life and accident insurance provide by the department.

Must be willing to complete 120 hour Firefighter 1 class, assist with department duties, and be able to pass a drug test.

Volunteer Firefighter

Working under direct supervision, and while operating in a team environment, responds to and assists in a variety of emergency and non-emergency situations including structures, transportation, wild lands and medical emergencies. Performs emergency equipment maintenance and performs routine station maintenance duties. Performs community fire and injury prevention responsibilities.

Meeting with the Fire Chief and completion of an application is necessary before review. An application can be found on the department's page on the Town web site at www.ElonNC.com

Volunteer Firefighter

Volunteer Firefighters Training provided includes: MS Volunteer Firefighter Courses NFPA 1001 NFPA 1002 First Responder EMT-B CPR/AED Benefits include : Up to $100.00 a year off car tag Up to $3000.00 a year (Length of Service Award Program)LOSAP $420.00 a month stipend (Staffing station 3-9 hour shifts,4 weeks a month) Internet, Cable Provided Resident Firefighter, Utilities, cable, internet provided

18 years old MS Drivers License

Firefighter

We are looking for volunteer firefighters! Our department covers the city of Ste. Genevieve with a population of 4,500 +/- and the rural area surrounding our city. We also have a technical rescue team that was established due to the large number of mining and quarry operations in our area. We train once a month with addition opportunities for optional training throughout the year. We consider ourselves a family and would look forward to you joining our brotherhood

NO PRE-REQUISITES! Our members come from all walks of life so don't feel that you don't have anything to offer. Once on the department we will require you to become Firefighter I&II certified. We also train once a month, however we do understand that certain personnel commitments can conflict with our training schedule. All training is funded by the department so no money is paid out of your pocket.

Firefighter, EMT, Auxiliary Member, Junior Firefighter

We are always looking for new members to join if you want to help the community and volunteer as a firefighter/Emt. Help with Fundraising to help buy equipment to help serve and protect the community. Stop by on Mondays from 5:30pm -9pm or the 1st and second Thursday of each month from 6-7pm. Applications online at www.lsvfc.com

16 years of age and parental permission or join our Junior firefighting program ages 12-15 years of age also looking for non riding members for our Auxiliary to help with fundraisers.

Auxiliary Support Member

Auxiliary support members are the backbone of the fire department. For those who are unable to perform the duties of a volunteer firefighter, we welcome the assistance in non-firefighting roles. Responsibilities include maintaining vehicles, fire station improvements, filing of paperwork, maintaining fire equipment, and other miscellaneous duties. There are many tasks that must be completed to make a fire department run. Auxiliary members can also bring in special skills to the department that are possessed through hobbies or workplaces. Anyone who is willing to lend a hand is welcome!

Requirements include a willingness to work! Knowledge in skilled professions or trades is welcomed, but is certainly not required. We welcome anyone who is willing to lend a hand!

Firefighter

Volunteer fire department looking for volunteers

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Hiring now

Firefighters EMT's either or both do not need to be medicaly certified

18 yo Drivers license Pass back ground check

Firefighter

Looking for men and women 18 years old or older to help serve your local All Volunteer Fire Department. Please stop by Ferry Rd Station 24 Firehouse 3. We meet every Tuesday night at 7pm. Look forward to meeting you and answer any questions you may have. See you soon.

Desire to help your local community. 18 years old or older. Complete a basic background check and driving check. That's really all there is.

Probationary Firefighter

Our fire department is responsible for all fire suppression and vehicle extrication calls in our venue. We respond incidents involving fire, fire alarms, carbon monoxide alarms, vehicle accidents with injury or extrication, and various other types of calls.

High school diploma or equivalent Valid Illinois drivers license and automobile insurance Ability to learn firefighting skills, CPR, apparatus equipment and maintenance, etc.

Paid On Call Firefighter with The Williamson County Fire Protection District

Be a part of something special, Helping your community while being part of an elite group, As a member of the Williamson County Fire Protection District you will get all the training you need to become a state certified Firefighter, the only cost to you is your time. The Williamson County Fire Protection District (W.C.F.P.D.) consists of 7 fire stations through out Williamson County. The district is managed by a full time paid Chief, 3 Career Firefighters and a Secretary. The district has a wide variety of specialized equipment and well equipped trained paid-on-call members. The district is equipped for most emergencies that may arise with 8 engines, 7 tenders with 2,200 gallons of water each, 7 brush trucks, and 50 Paid On Call firefighters. This is not a full time job that you can live off of we pay out a stipend once a year based on the amount of calls and training's you attend, that being said many of our members have went on to be career firefighters!

You must be 18 years of age. Physically fit to perform firefighting duties. Must pass a criminal & driving background check. Must reside in Williamson County Illinois. You can find more info at www.wcfpd.net or on our Facebook page https://www.facebook.com/WCFPD

Vol firefighters

Come do something different be a vol. Firefighter

None but time

Volunteer Firefighter/EMT

The Glenn Dale Fire Association is located in the bustling suburbs of Washington, DC. The company runs over 6500 calls a year on average. We are currently recruiting for both our Live-In Program and Regular Membership. We operate a Heavy Rescue Squad, Rescue Engine, Engine, Ambulance, and Paramedic Ambulance. The firehouse is conveniently located near several local colleges including UMD and PGCC. All training is provided free of charge thru the Maryland Fire and Rescue Institute.

In order to be a part of the live-in program you must possess EMT and/or Firefighter I certifications. No training/experience is required for regular membership.

Volunteer Firefighter

Volunteer Firefighter

Willingness to serve our citizens through the fire service.

Firefighter/EMT - COPY

The Northampton Fire Department is looking for active men and women who would like to become something greater for the community. The department serves over 15,000 residents within a 4 sq. mile area. We have several residences, structures, schools, churches, high rises, and waterways within the borough. Our call volume consists of all sorts of calls, including QRS (Quick Response Service) calls, active water rescue and dive calls, and even special fire police calls. We currently have approximately 30 active members, and are in need of manpower. What are you waiting for?! Come out and join us today!

- Minimum age of 18 years old. - Residency within five (5) miles of the Borough of Northampton is required. - Two (2) years of firefighting experience is preferred. - Firefighter 1 certification is required. - Valid Pennsylvania EMT certification. - Valid CPR certification. - Hazmat Awareness level is required, Hazmat Operations level is preferred. - WRER (Water Rescue) is preferred. - BVRT (Vehicle Rescue) is preferred.

Firefighter and or EMT

Men and Women needed for Firefighters and Medical First Responders. Department will pay for FF1 , FF2 and MFR training including materials needed. During training, Volunteer FF/MFR's will train with current members of our Department

Must be 18 years of age, able to pass physical exam including drug testing.

Firefighter (Station 54)

The Jackson Mills Volunteer Fire Company (Station 54) is looking for men and women within the community. No experience necessary, all training and requirement equipment will be provided to you at no cost. We simply ask for your time and dedication. The District has a LOSAP program for those that qualify. Contact us with any questions.

Applicants must be eighteen (18) years of age or older and of sound mind and a citizen of the United States. Applicants must have a valid State of New Jersey (NJ) drivers license. You will be required to pass a background investigation as well as a complete medical evaluation. If you are not FF1 certified, you must be willing to attend the Fire Academy within one (1) year of joining. Meetings, Drills, and Work Nights take place on Monday nights between the hours of 7pm and 11pm. Residency Restrictions: The applicant must reside within a three (3) mile radius of either company fire station(s), reside in Fire District No. 4, or reside within one (1) mile from the boarders of Fire District No. 4.

FIREFIGHTER

This is a listing for a Volunteer Firefighter position at a Fire Department near you.

Fill out an application. All training provided.

Volunteer Firefighter

Positions Available: Volunteer Jr. Firefighter Volunteer Firefighter Volunteer EMS provider Volunteer Support Staff

Live within the boundaries of Desoto Parish Fire District # 8. Be at least 16 years of age. No criminal history. Good driving record. be able to attend training / station meetings once per month.

Firefighter

The main duties of a firefighter are to help protect the public in emergency situations. Firefighters respond to a wide variety of calls, such as car crashes, chemical spills, flooding, water rescue and general rescue as well as fires. In addition to attending emergency call outs and rescuing people and animals from life-threatening situations, the job entails: - using sophisticated firefighting and rescue equipment - promoting fire safety via talks, advice and training sessions - inspecting and enforcing safety standards in commercial and residential properties - demonstrating the use of firefighting equipment - performing practice drills - working with other public safety officials - undertaking physical and academic training - checking and maintaining vehicles, equipment, hydrants and water supplies All firefighters wear uniforms. The work can be stressful and dangerous but there is a great deal of job satisfaction to be gained from providing such a valuable service to the community. Volunteers typically serve during the hours of 6 p.m.--6 a.m. weekdays and 24 hours on weekends and holidays. Our volunteers have 18 months from acceptance to become certified as an emergency medical technician/Basic, EVOC rescue driver & or Firefighter 1. Volunteers meet ongoing training requirements in order to remain certified and skilled. Our typical volunteer is 18 years of age. Some organizations in Roanoke County VA do offer a junior program for 16 and 17 year olds with parental permission. Mt. Pleasant Fire Department do offer the Junior program for 16 and 17 year olds. All volunteers go through an application process that includes an FBI and State Police criminal history screening, Department of Motor Vehicle screening, and reference checks. Volunteers who are 21 years of age may become certified to drive emergency vehicles if they have a favorable driving record. We appreciate and honor our volunteers every chance we get. Roanoke County provides our volunteers with: - Personal protective gear - Workers compensation coverage - Free annual Vehicle License Fee Voucher valued at $20 - Volunteer Incentive Program (VIP) valued at up to $500 annually - Other fun and rewarding recognition events

1. Must be 16 years old on date you fill out application. 2. In order to drive must have a Virginia Driving License to have greater than Negative one (-1) demerit points. 3. Must have not been convicted of a Driving Under the Influence (DUI) or Driving While Intoxicated (DWI) with in five years 4. Pass a completed and detailed criminal background check. 7.Pass a detailed medical/physical exam by a licensed Physician. (Chosen and paid for typically by the County of Roanoke VA)

Firefighter/EMS/Support

Illinois Valley Fire District in Cave Junction is looking for members interested in becoming a Firefighter, Emergency Medical Responder or Support personnel. Our call volume in increasing and our staff numbers are at an all-time low. We once enjoyed the benefit of having more firefighters respond to a call than we had room in our trucks! That is no longer the case. When the alarm sounds, we are fortunate to have two firefighters respond from any one station and currently some stations do not have anyone to respond when an emergency occurs. Think you're too old? Nonsense! We have needs for individuals that can drive and learn how to operate pumps, air trailer operators (to keep the firefighters air tanks full at an incident), medical personnel to respond and take care of our own people along with serving the public. This is part of our candidate program. We also need Individuals that are experienced in fundraising etc. You see, firefighting isn't the only thing we do.

Firefighter- pass a background check and drug test, physical agility test, a CPR/First aid class, online NIMS courses (3) and eventually our fire academy. Be able to pull two 12 hour shifts per month. Candidate Program- This program is designed to get you in and learn some firefighting operating skills before attending the fire academy. Student Program- Enrolled in school and complete their Firefighter I training first. Student can pursue whatever degree they desire as long as the firefighter requirements are the first priority and they pull ten 24 hour shifts. Support - background check and drug test.

Driver, EMT, AEMT, AEMT-CC, AEMT-Paramedic

We are looking for volunteers to join the busiest EMS organization in Niagara County, New York! Tri-Community Ambulance Service, Inc. runs over 1,400 calls annually, and is a 100% volunteer company that serves across 4 fire districts. Tri-Community runs 3 ambulances and one ALS fly car. Visit us on the web at www.tricommunityambulance.org Or on Facebook!

You do not have to be certified upon joining! Tri-Community will help you locate training classes to get your state certifications and will get you certified to become a driver. The monthly requirements are 12 hours of scheduled duty time per month.

Firefighter and/or EMT

WE are currently looking for anyone who looking to make a difference in their community. We offer ambulance response on a BLS truck willing to accept any Illinois EMT-B or EMT-P. We are also looking for volunteer firefighters to help. WE run both medical and fire. We are a 911 response department mostly rural area with a major interstate. We respond to medical, car accidents, fires, wild land, search and rescue, and more. If interested in a career in EMS this will be a great place to start as we hold EMT basic and first responded classes and will also train anyone to be a firefighter. Must attend one meeting and one training for fire applicants to be consider. Any question can call the fire house Sunday-Friday 0800-1600 we will be able answer question 1(618)669-0244 Ask for dennis lindley. All new applicants will revive free training with a lot of training for free

JR- 14 years old and passed 8 th grade with a all c or better grade FF-18 years old and high school diploma and or ged EMT- illinois IDPH EMT-B or EMT-P at least a minimum of EMR NO Felonies Drug testing and background checks during application process Must live in district or Within 5 miles for fire or Ems stay at fire house while on call if you live out of district

Firefighter, Medical First Responder

We are in need of any person(s) interested training to be a firefighter or medical first responder and utilize those skills to serve the community in which we all live. We will utilize any person in any position that they express interest in and physical

Minimum age to respond to an emergency call is 18 years of age, but we will train any one under the age of 18 that is interested in a junior firefighter position.

Firefighter / EMT / Support Personnel - Station 222

We are always looking for new volunteers with a desire to serve the community in a unique and rewarding way. No experience or equipment needed. We will provide training and protective equipment. We have 2 stations in Columbus Township and you will be assigned to the station closest to your home.

Must live within Bartholomew County. Preferred to live within Columbus Township (this includes the city of Columbus). No experience or prior training necessary.

Volunteer Firefighter or EMT(NO EXPERIENCE NEEDED)

Chinquapin Vol. Fire & Rescue is looking for interested Men and women that is interested in serving their community! No experience is needed! We are ready to train applicants in the areas of Fire Suppression, Rescue, and EMS. Lucky applicants who become members are eligible to be fee exempt to receive formal training at educational institutions, and are eligible to apply for school scholarships pertaining to emergency services. We also offer a Jr Firefighter program for persons 16 and 17 years old! Meetings are held every Monday night starting at 7pm. Come on by and apply and learn why we are the Pride of the Southside!

Age 18 or older,NO EXPERIENCE NEEDED. We will train you! We also offer a Jr Firefighter Program for our 16 year old applicants.

Volunteer Firefighter

The Volunteer Firefighter serves the community by responding to a wide variety of situations, ranging from emergencies that immediately threaten life or property to routine citizen requests for information or assistance.They perform within the scope of the policies and procedures of Milton Fire & Rescue and they perform duties in the following general categories: fire suppression, emergency medical aid or rescue, hazardous material responses, training, building inspections and public education. The Volunteer FF normally works under the supervision of a company officer and is expected to function effectively as part of a highly trained team. They are also expected to perform their duties under adverse conditions and physical conditions that may pose a high risk of personal injury or exposure to hazardous conditions or infectious diseases. The Volunteer FF is required to attend regularly scheduled training in order to maintain the high level of knowledge, skill and ability necessary to function safely and effectively as a firefighter and EMS provider in accordance with state law, county protocols, and standard operating procedures. The work performance of a Volunteer firefighter is continuously evaluated for general knowledge, skill proficiency, and ability to work as part of a team. Any deficiencies are corrected through remedial training. DISTINGUISHING CHARACTERISTICS The Volunteer Firefighter is a non-compensated position. The Volunteer Firefighter may be awarded “points” in an effort to cover expenses incurred in the course of volunteering for the District. Volunteer Firefighters are not normally assigned shifts but are expected to respond from home or work to District calls. Individuals fulfilling the duties and responsibilities of a Volunteer Firefighter will at all time present themselves in a courteous, professional and responsible manner.

Minimum Age Requirement: 15 DESIRED MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS Knowledge of: • Modern fire service principles, procedures, techniques, and equipment. • Fire protection systems, evacuation considerations, and building construction regulations for fire safety. Ability to: • Communicate effectively, both orally and in writing; ability to understand and carry out verbal and written instructions using the English language. • Obtain or possesses and maintain certification as an EMT-Basic or IV Tech, or Intermediate, when eligible per County standards. • Maintain physical conditioning necessary to perform efficiently in emergency situations; meet medical and physical agility standards as established. • Learn the geography of the District, the location of important buildings and the street system. • Participate in training drills; attend school and classes on fire fighting, hydraulics, first aid and emergency medicine, fire equipment, and apparatus, and other classes associated with recognized fire fighter and EMT standards. • Learn and apply technical information pertaining to fire fighting. • Assist career staff in performing protective inspections of structures and businesses in the community for fire hazards and pre incident surveys for tactical planning. • Assist career staff in conducting fire-safety education classes. • Analyze and cope with a variety of emergency situations calmly but effectively and to react quickly to secure accurate and precise information on the location, extent, and nature of fires and emergency aid requests. • Sustain heavy physical labor during periods of intense activity in emergency situations; to work at varying heights above grade. • Work within a para-military organization and respond readily to directives. • Establish and maintain effective working relationships with co-workers, supervisors, and the general public; to work effectively as a team member. • Assist career staff in updating map book for new additions, streets, and complexes for use in emergencies. • Service and operate all District equipment and apparatus. • Perform necessary maintenance, testing and care of fire hoses, trucks, ladders, and auxiliary equipment and apparatus. • Prevent waste and damage of materials, supplies, and equipment. • Perform general maintenance and minor repairs to station facilities; perform assigned janitorial activities and minor maintenance and painting. • Perform community service activities. • Maintain necessary records and reports, incident forms, and daily shift operation logs, to accommodate needs of the district including computer data entry

Volunteer Firefighter - Structure and Wildland

Duncan Valley Rural Fire District is a small fire district in southeastern Arizona. Based in Duncan, Arizona, we are currently covering approx. 50 square miles, operating out of 3 stations, and are currently working to grow our district boundaries. Our average call volume is 46 calls per year (based on 2012-2017 statistics). We maintain a roster of 1 Fire Chief, 1 Assistant Chief, and 16 volunteer firefighters. We are a NIMS compliant agency.

Must be 18 or older. Must possess valid Arizona drivers license (CDL preferred). Must be able to pass Criminal Background Check (required by A.R.S. 48-805). Must live within 10 miles of a DVRFD station. Must be able to attend meetings/trainings, at least 2 per month. Fire/EMS experience is preferred, but not required. Recruit training will be provided after applicant selection.

Firefighter

The Borough of Caldwell is looking for new members that are looking to help serve the community! We offer numerous benefits to firefighters that end up joining our department, such as a LOSAP, clothing allowance and gym membership. Possible applicants must reside in the Borough of Caldwell or an immediate bordering town to be eligible to join! More info can be found on our Facebook page: www.facebook.com/CaldwellVolunteerFireDepartment

Applicants must reside in the Borough of Caldwell or an immediate bordering town to be eligible to join. Must pass background check.

Firefighter

We are looking for Volunteer Firefighters. We have a Boy Scout prpgram and you can join our department as young as 14 years old.

You can take all the classes you need after you join

Fire Fighter/First Responder

Firefighter - Firefighters carry a department provided pager and respond to emergency calls including but not limited to structure fires, vehicle fires, grass/wild land fires, car accidents, farm accidents, and hazardous materials incidents. Firefighters are also expected to attend monthly meetings on the first and third Tuesday of each month at the fire station, and complete Firefighter I/II training after their first year of membership. All training and equipment costs are the responsibility of the fire department, and there is no cost for the member. Because of the number of duties and responsibilities within the fire department, not every member is expected to be an interior firefighter. Other job duties include pump operator, accountability/safety officer, completing vehicle maintenance, and tanker driver. An annual retirement pension is offered with this position. First Responder - First Responders carry a fire department provided pager, and asked to respond to emergency calls including but not limited to medical emergencies, vehicle and farm accidents, and fire standbys. First Responders are expected to attend monthly meetings on the first and third Tuesday of the month at the fire station. All new first responders will be expected to attend first responder or emt training approved by the MN EMSRB within their first year of membership. There is no cost to the member. The fire department covers the cost of all training and equipment.

Attend monthly business and training meetings. Obtain appropriate federal, state, and local certifications and licensures for the position. Respond to emergency calls when you're available do so. Enjoy yourself, meet new people Provide a potentially life saving service to your neighbors

Volunteers Wanted

We are always accepting applications for new members. Do you have a desire and willingness to help others? Have you always wanted to give back to the community in some way? Consider joining our team! Firefighting is so much more than running into burning buildings. There is room for all kinds of positions. Support is needed on and off the fireground including but not limited to administrative duties, fundraising, educational programs, community outreach programs, rescue, and firefighting. If your intrested in joining something that gives back to the coumminty and provides a great deal of pride contact the deaprtmetn at 412-383-8066 or stop by the station at 17 elrama ave elrama pa 15038

-All training and gear will be provided free of charge. -All applicants that are accepted will be under a probationary period during which time they must complete a basic training course. -Must be able to pass a child clearance check from the PSP. -Must be able to pass a PSP Criminal history check. (No felonies or charges of arson) -Must possess a willingness to work well with others and to help those who are in need of our service. -Applicants 18 and older can apply to be a firefighter

Volunteer Firefighter/EMT

Volunteers needed! Feel free to give us a call or send a message via Facebook for more information!

Bring a great attitude and we will provide training!

Firefighter/EMT

This department is seeking members for the position of firefighters and/or EMT's. All training will be provided. Apply now and assist the residents of the Town of Minisink and surrounding communities.

Applicants must be at least 16 years of age and have parent/guardian approval. All other applicants must be 18 years of age to become a certified interior firefighter.

Seeking to fill various positions in an all-volunteer fire department

The Schoharie Fire Department is seeking to fill volunteer positions at all levels. Positions include interior firefighters, exterior or support firefighters, drivers and pump operators, fire police and traffic control, fire prevention educators, and a variety of support functions including administrative, social, fundraising, and auxiliary activities. For more information about our department, check out our website (www.SchoharieFD.net) or follow us on Facebook (https://www.facebook.com/pages/Schoharie-Fire-Department/171868776582)

Live within or work within our fire district OR within close proximity to our district and/or station; 16 years of age or older;

Firefighter

Currently seeking individuals for the position of firefighter. Candidates should be 18 years of age or older and in good physical condition. All training to be provided at no cost to the applicant. Interested candidates can contact the Skyline Lake Volunteer Fire Department via email at jjkhenderson@gmail.com or by visiting our website www.skylinelakefire.com

18 years of age or older Good physical condition clean criminal backround clean drug screen

Firefighter

We are looking to add more volunteers to our Department. We are an all volunteer Dept with about 30 members at this time. We have one station and run about 350 calls a year which include Fires, EMS, Rescue and Hazmat type calls. No experience needed, all

Must be 18 or older with a high school diploma, have a valid drivers license, pass a back ground check and have a medical physical.

fire fighter and/or 1st responder/EMT and/or support member

Looking for volunteer fire fighters to provide emergency services in the areas of fire suppression, auto extrication, wildland fire fighting, hazard materials mitigation and emergency medical services. We have positions available for these activities and other support functions like - solely emergency medical services, administrative assistance, technical rescue, driver/operator and solely wildland fire fighting. Opportunities throughout San Juan County outside the cities of Farmington, Aztec and Bloomfield. Training provided free of charge. Fire academy includes national certification IFSAC fire fighter 1 and 2. Please call for more information 505-334-1180.

Background check, drug screen. Physical and physical ability test for fire fighters. Technical rescue and solely wildland fire fighter (must be currently certified).

Firefighter

Looking for some people at least 18 years old that want to make a commitment to the Dept and the community to volunteer as a Firefighter. All equipment issued for free and all training is provided for free

18 years old and live in the BSLFR District or surrounding communities

Volunteer Firefighter Intern

The Volunteer Firefighter Intern Program provides an opportunity for advanced fire service training and incident response experience to qualified individuals that are seeking a career in the Fire or EMS field and are willing to serve as a volunteer firefighter for the Fortuna Fire Protection District. The Fire District will provide no-cost living facilities (meals not included), training/experience towards certification as a CFSTES Firefighter 1 and other related certifications in exchange for providing daily staffing of the fire station and apparatus while the intern serves as a volunteer firefighter for the Fire District. This is a non-stipend/non-reimbursable program. Benefits: • Opportunity to gain experience needed for CFSTES FF1 certification • Provide real life experience in a fire house setting responding to incidents, performing shift assignments and interacting with other crew members. • Comfortable living quarters at no cost to include full kitchen and bathroom, day room, physical training equipment, training room facility with internet access and more (meals not included). • Provide continuing educational opportunities and support. • The fire department will provide all personal protective equipment and uniform. • The fire department will provide all mandatory insurance coverage in accordance with state law. How to apply: Applications for the Volunteer Firefighter Intern Program are available on the Fortuna Volunteer Fire Department website, www.fortunafire.com or you may email a request to recruitment@fortunafire.com

Minimum Qualifications: • Be at least 18 years of age. • Possess a high school diploma or GED equivalent. • Possess a valid California driver’s license and have a clean driving history. • Completed or currently enrolled/attending an accredited Firefighter 1 Academy. • Pass a background check and physical exam as per department standard. Length of Residency Requirements: Participation in the Volunteer Firefighter Intern Program will be a minimum of 12 months and maximum of 18 months. Approval of additional participation will be at the discretion of the Fire Chief or his/her designated appointee.

Firefighter

To be the best Firefighter that you can be.

No experience necessary. All training is provided. Cadet ( junior ) firefighter program ages 16 to 18. Adults firefighter program ages 18 and up.

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Firefighter/EMT

Santa Clara Fire District offers 3 different types of volunteer opportunities. It doesn't matter which category you prefer, you will be trained to a State Certification, certified as a Firefighter 1, with opportunities or advancement as you so desire, and at your own pace. After 1 year of good standings at the department, Santa Clara Fire will reimburse for your EMT training through Lane Community College for resident volunteers. This is an excellent way to receive training while getting experience actually running on 911 calls with paid and other volunteer staff. You as a volunteer will be issued a pager after receiving some basic training as a Emergency Medical Responder. The first is an in District volunteer. This means you reside within the Santa Clara primary service area in the North Eugene area. You can respond to any call, at any time of day. You will even have a shift night once a week. The second is an Out of District Responder. If you do not reside in the Santa area, but still would like to volunteer on a Fire Department, this is a good opportunity as well. Same apply from the first paragraph, however, you are required to stay at the station between hours 6-11 pm twice a month during the week, and 8am-8pm, 2 weekends per month. You will be given station duties, cleaning, checking off rigs, possibly online courses to do during that time, but is also considered "standby" time. If you are taking college courses, this would give you an opportunity to do homework. You will be responding on emergency calls during that time at the station. We currently do not have any Out of District Responder positions open, however, you can pick up an application, receive and interview, and be placed on a waiting list if interested. Lastly, we have a Junior Firefighter program. This allows those who are 16 and over, to start their training young. Minors are not allowed to be in a live fire, however, you can take the classes, get the training, train with other firefighters, so that when your 18th birthday comes, take a few tests and receive your certificate as a Firefighter 1. You are welcome to email, or call Santa Clara Fire District at 541-688-3697 for more information. You don't have to want a career in the fire service to apply. Those who want to serve and volunteer their time in the area they live, this is an excellent opportunity for you as well.

For in district and out of district volunteers, you must be 18 years of age or older, have a High School diploma or GED, have a valid driver's license and be able to pass a background check. Those interested in the Junior Firefighter program, you must be between the ages of 16-18, have and maintain good grades while in school, and have your parents or legal guardians permission. For more information and Junior Firefighter Applications, go to our website at www.santaclarafire.net.

Middletown Township Fire Department Volunteer Firefighter

The Volunteer Firefighter serves the community by responding to a wide variety of situations, ranging from emergencies that immediately threaten life or property to routine citizen requests for information or assistance. They perform within the scope of the policies and procedures of Middletown Township Fire Department (MTFD) and they perform duties in the following general categories: fire suppression, emergency medical aid or rescue, hazardous material responses, training and public education. The Volunteer Firefighter normally works under the supervision of a company officer and is expected to function effectively as part of a highly trained team. They are also expected to perform their duties under adverse conditions and physical conditions that may pose a high risk of personal injury or exposure to hazardous conditions or infectious diseases. The Volunteer Firefighter is required to attend regularly scheduled training in order to maintain the high level of knowledge, skill and ability necessary to function safely and effectively as a firefighter in accordance with state law, county and Middletown Township Fire Department protocols, and standard operating guidelines. The work performance of a Volunteer Firefighter is continuously evaluated for general knowledge, skill proficiency, and ability to work as part of a team. Any deficiencies are corrected through remedial training.

The Volunteer Firefighter is a non-compensated position. The Volunteer Firefighter may be awarded Length Of Service Award Program (LOSAP) “points” applied to the LOSAP retirement program, LOSAP is intended to assist emergency service organizations (ESOs) in retaining and rewarding volunteers.. Volunteer Firefighter are not normally assigned shifts but are expected to respond from home or work to dispatched calls when available. Individuals fulfilling the duties and responsibilities of a Volunteer Firefighter will at all-times present themselves in a courteous, professional and responsible manner. ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES The Volunteer Firefighter drives or rides an emergency vehicle in response to fire, rescue and hazardous materials response/mitigation and routine requests for help or assistance. In the performance of their duties, the Volunteer Firefighter places equipment, lays and connects hose; operates high-capacity pumps and directs water streams; raises and climbs ladders; uses chemical extinguishers, safety belts, lines and hooks and uses self-contained breathing apparatus. The Volunteer Firefighter may enter burning buildings as part of a fire suppression team, perform ventilation tasks above ground, carry heavy objects and equipment and rescue injured or trapped victims.   Upon Graduation From FF1 You Will Have: Knowledge of: • Modern fire service principles, procedures, techniques, and equipment. • Fire protection systems, evacuation considerations, and building construction regulations for fire safety. Ability to: • Communicate effectively, both orally and in writing; ability to understand and carry out verbal and written instructions using the English language. • Maintain physical conditioning necessary to perform efficiently in emergency situations; meet medical and physical agility standards as established. • Learn the geography of the MTFD, the location of important buildings and the street system. • Participate in training drills; attend school and classes on firefighting, hydraulics, first aid and fire equipment, and apparatus, and other classes associated with recognized fire fighter. • Learn and apply technical information pertaining to firefighting. • Assist in performing inspections of structures and businesses in the community for fire hazards and pre-incident surveys for tactical planning. • Assist in conducting fire-safety education classes. • Analyze and cope with a variety of emergency situations calmly but effectively and to react quickly to secure accurate and precise information on the location, extent, and nature of fires and emergency aid requests. • Sustain heavy physical labor during periods of intense activity in emergency situations; to work at varying heights above grade. • Work within a para-military organization and respond readily to directives. • Establish and maintain effective working relationships with co-workers, supervisors, and the general public; to work effectively as a team member. • Assist in updating map book for new additions, streets, and complexes for use in emergencies. • Service and operate all MTFD station equipment and apparatus. • Perform necessary maintenance, testing and care of fire hoses, trucks, ladders, and auxiliary equipment and apparatus. • Prevent waste and damage of materials, supplies, and equipment. • Perform general maintenance and minor repairs to station facilities; perform assigned janitorial activities and minor maintenance and painting. • Perform community service activities. • Maintain necessary records and reports, incident forms, and operation logs, to accommodate needs of the MTFD including computer data entry. Training and Experience: A typical way of obtaining the knowledge, skills and abilities outlined above is minimally graduation from high school. Licenses; Certificates; Special requirements: • High School Diploma or GED • A valid New Jersey State Driver’s License • Firefighter I or equivalent education and experience. PHYSICAL AND MENTAL DEMANDS The physical and mental demands described here are representative of those that must be met by a firefighter to successfully perform the essential functions of this position. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. Physical Demands: Work is performed primarily in the fire station, then on emergency scenes, mass casualty, fire scenes and extra ordinary events as they occur. Performing tasks under emergency conditions may require strenuous exertion. The exposure to death, emotional stress, patients with contagious diseases and terminal illnesses can be expected. Mental Demands: While performing the duties of this position, the employee will be regularly required to use written and oral communication skills; read and interpret data, information and documents; analyze and solve problems; use math and mathematical reasoning; observe and interpret situations; learn and apply new information or skills; and interact with fire department members, other organizations and the public. WORK ENVIRONMENT The work environment characteristics described here are representative of those an employee encounters while performing the essential functions of this position. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. Physical hazard from fire, equipment, traffic, smoke inhalation, and falling objects at emergency scenes, and exposure to health risks may occur. Performance of hazardous tasks under emergency conditions may require strenuous exertion under such handicaps as limited visibility, exposure to hazardous or toxic chemicals and gases, extremes in temperatures, cramped surroundings, and contact with death, emotional stress, contagious diseases, and terminal illness.

Firefighter

Attend at least one training night per month, held at the main fire station every Tuesday from 6:30-10:30 pm. Respond to emergency and non-emergency incidents to assist with fire protection, rescue efforts, and prehospital medical care.

Be at least 16 years of age, have a valid NC driver's license, pass a background check, and be of good moral character.

Volunteer Firefighter

We will train you in all aspects of firefighting. We train twice a month on the first Wednesday and third Saturday. Wednesday is 6:30 Pm to 10:00 PM and Saturdays 8:00 AM till Noon with lunch afterwards.

All you need is a willingness to learn and desire to serve your community. You will need to fill out an application giving personal information about your current state of health and any medications required.

Firefighter, First Responder, EMT

The Shirland Fire Department is currently seeking applications for the department. You must live within the Shirland fire district or live within 3 miles of the station. If you have any questions please contact the Fire Department at 815 629 2406. This is not a manned station so if you could please leave a voice mail, someone will get back to you. Please also check us out on Facebook as that account is monitored. Training & protective gear is provided.

Must be over 18 years of age and have a valid drivers license.

Event Worker

Volunteers needed to assist with our annual Firemen's Picnic festival fundraiser.

Be able to contribute at least one hour of service on one or both nights of the event. Help needed with food preparation and serving line, as well as other tasks.

Firefighters

We are a small department that has a lot of state of the art equipment. We try to offer training in various fields of the fire service.

Must be 18 years of age. Have a valid driver license.

Volunteer Firefighter

Volunteer firefighters are needed for all six Battalions; Pinedale, Big Piney, Bondurant, Boulder, Daniel, and Kendall Valley.

Cadets = Minimum 16 Yrs. Old Firefighters = Minimum 18 Yrs. Old Wyoming Driver's License Sublette County Resident

Public Fire Safety Education Specialist

Fire Department Mount Joy has an exciting and rewarding opportunity to serve the citizens of Mount Joy in the prevention of fires and other life altering disasters. We are looking for volunteers to assist with public relations, public education and public service. Training and uniforms are provided. We offer many other benefits such as banquets, picnics, sporting events, family nights and more. Come work with us in a structured policy driven team environment. The Public Safety Education team works under the direction of a fire prevention officer and presents many programs to a cross section of our citizens. Events range from home safety inspections to school visits to employee training in fire safety, CPR and first aid. There are activities and programs throughout the year for many different groups.

18 years of age or older Able to speak in front of groups Knowledge of fire safety preferred but not required Bi-lingual (English and Spanish) is desirable but not required Good (preferably clear) criminal history Able to pass Pennsylvania criminal and child abuse clearances

Resident Live In Firefighter

Mesilla Fire Department is actively recruiting Resident Live In Firefighters for 2016. This is a brand new program that will allow firefighters to live at the station in exchange for shift work. There are 6 positions to be filled. The live in's will be split into 2 shifts (A & B). The shifts will be as follows: week one Monday, Wednesday, Friday 6pm-6am and then the following week Tuesday, Thursday 6pm-6am and Saturday 8am-8am. Each shift will have it's own bunk room with ample storage for personnel effects. Day room with cable TV, full kitchen, high speed internet with wi-fi, work out room, plus washer and dryer. Fire and EMS training will be provided. 2 hours of medical CE's each month. Opportunities for several IFSAC certifications as well.

* High School Diploma or GED * Able to obtain valid NM Drivers License * Turn in application for review * Physical Capability Test * Oral Interview * Pass Extensive Background Check / Driving Record Preferred: IFSAC Firefighter 1, New Mexico or National EMT, Full-Time Student Preferably in the Fire Science or EMS program.

Firefighter/EMT

MUST LIVE IN THE TOWN/VILLAGE OF SANDY CREEK OR WITHIN 3 MILES OF OUR FIRE DISTRICT We are in need for Firefighters and EMTs, no experience necessary, training and certification will be provided. We are looking for driven individuals that want to help the community of Sandy Creek As a firefighter you will be responding to hazard calls such as Motor Vehicle Accidents, Wires Down, Flooding, and Fires. You will also be responding to medical calls to provide Basic First Aid and provide assistance to EMTs. As an EMT you will be trained to respond to medical emergencies and provide care for patients. You will also be asked to run rehab (check firefighter health) at fire scenes. Some benefits of being a part of the department include: *Free Firefighting and EMS training *Leadership and skill building *Pride and Community Recognition *A membership to FASNY which allows volunteers to get an associates degree at SUNY Schools http://www.fasny.com/resources/fasny-help/ *A $200 New York State Tax Credit

Must live within our fire district or within 3 miles of the border of our fire district. Must complete a Firefighter I or Basic Exterior Firefighting Course within the first 2 years.

Firefighter/EMT

Pay per call firefighter and EMT positions

Certification is preferred but we will provide training opportunities.

FF, EMT, EMR, Exterior Scene Support

The Pomfret Volunteer Fire Department is an all-volunteer, full-service fire department providing world-class fire protection and emergency medical response services. These services are provided through a highly-trained, dedicated and adaptable force of volunteers. Our firefighters respond to about 350 calls for service throughout the year. These calls include motor vehicle accidents, emergency medical situations, structure fires, hazardous materials incidents, water rescues as well as other emergencies. We are always looking for new dedicated volunteers and we could use YOUR help. There are also many ways to volunteer at Pomfret Fire for those not looking to become a firefighter. If you have valuable skills in equipment maintenance, grant writing, or just want to help keep the station or trucks looking great, please reach-out to us as well! If you think you have a skill that can contribute to our department, let us know.

Becoming a volunteer firefighter takes time, effort and dedication. However, the benefits of saving lives and making your community a better place is worth every minute and every ounce of effort. Here are some of the other benefits of becoming a Pomfret volunteer firefighter: •The satisfaction that comes with knowing you are an important part of keeping your community safe. •Cultivating new skills that can help in all facets of your life and prepare you for a possible new career. •Working as a team and building lasting relationships and friendships. •A sense of belonging. •Getting your hands dirty and being in the middle of the excitement. •Possibly receiving town tax credits. •Getting free training! If you've ever dreamed about becoming a firefighter, make your vision a reality by volunteering today.

Volunteer Firefighter

The Granite Shoals Fire Department is a Combination Volunteer/Paid Fire Department that covers the cities of Granite Shoals, Highland Haven, and the Burnet County Emergency Service District #3 (BCESD#3)

Granite Shoals Fire Rescue serves a community 7,000 citizens in a 45 square mile response area which includes the City of Granite Shoals, the City of Highland Haven and Burnet County Emergency Service District #3 (BCESD#3) that extends to the county areas between the Llano-Burnet county line in Kingsland to Wirtz Dam Rd, and the CR120-CR123 intersection to Lake LBJ. We are a combination career and volunteer department with 1 Full time salary Fire Chief, 1 Full time Assistant Chief, two Full-time Firefighter/EMT's 6 part time firefighters, 1 Volunteer Captain, 3 volunteer lieutenants, 3 volunteer safety officers, and 15 volunteer firefighters.

Volunteer Fire Captain

Under the direction of the Battalion Chief or Deputy Chief, this classification is responsible for performing, directing, and supervising activities of the fire station on an assigned Squad/Shift including fire suppression, emergency rescue, inspection, investigation, training and support functions. Qualified Fire Captains may temporarily work out of classification in the capacity as Battalion Chief. Fire Captains, along with their squad responsibilities, may be assigned to perform specialized administrative duties in support of a Department Division or Function including, but not limited to, Training, Operations, Administration, Support Services or Fire Prevention. This is the first full supervisory class within the classification of firefighters. The Fire Captain is responsible for direct supervision of firefighters. This position may also be assigned specialized administrative staff duties at the Fire Station. Incumbents in this class are distinguished from those in the next higher classification of Battalion Chief in that the latter functions as a Department Wide Commander and performs administrative duties as determined by the Fire Chief in connection with Department functions and programs. Depending upon assignment, duties may include, but are not limited to the following:  Respond to reported emergencies such as fires, accidents, emergency medical incidents, and incidents involving hazardous materials.  Direct a Company of Firefighters to the scene, assess, and report on conditions at the scene, develop an action plan, assume command of all firefighting, rescue and public service operations of the company unless relieved by a senior officer.  Manage and perform emergency scene operations involving life-saving and property protection work; conduct size up, resource request and assignment, confinement, extinguishment, salvage and overhaul.  Supervise, plan, evaluate, train, motivate, direct and participate in the work assignments and activities of firefighters.  Address personnel matters and apply progressive discipline as appropriate.  Conduct orientation, training, and practice drills in all phases of fire suppression and related activities to develop and maintain the capabilities, required standards, and readiness of firefighters; conduct training related to fire prevention, public education, accident prevention and department safety practices.  Responsible for proper maintenance and care of all equipment, apparatus, fire station and grounds; direct and participate in periodic inspection of same to insure that all assigned equipment, apparatus, facilities, and supplies are in a state of readiness; unsure completion of proper maintenance, documentation and repairs.  Conduct fire prevention inspections of commercial properties pursuant to state and local regulations and ordinances; follow up on routine and recommended repairs and corrections; refer to non-routine inspections or inspection results to Deputy Chief for Fire Prevention.  Perform Administrative duties such as maintaining records, writing reports on the work activities such as fire and emergency reports, daily log book, equipment maintenance logs, and issue performance evaluations of assigned firefighters.  Update and maintain current maps and charts, must be familiar with Department jurisdiction streets, intersections, fire hydrants, water mains, and sprinkler systems; take not of specialized and unusual conditions as required.  Maintain a level of physical fitness to meet job requirements and perform the major job functions.  Maintain current knowledge of new firefighting and fire prevention principles, techniques and methods. Attend, as directed, training sessions and conferences concerning, but not limited to, fire suppression, personnel management, medical and hazardous materials.  Establish and maintain effective public relations and communications with customers and the community served.  Perform related duties as assigned.  Effective plan, direct, and coordinate assigned programs.  Provider for the training of personnel at both individual and department-wide levels; provide appropriate feedback and guidance to personnel; attend training sessions and conferences.  Study and become familiar with the Department’s jurisdiction, e.g. streets, intersections, fire hydrants, water mains, and sprinkler systems.  Confer with superior officers on policy and procedural matters.  Maintain records, prepare reports, and make public and/or committee presentations.  Undertake or assist with special projects, reports and studies.  Maintain liaison with officials of neighboring fire departments and districts.  Represent the Department on various inter-agency committees and community interaction.  May assume on-call duty on a rotating basis.  May temporarily assume the duties of higher administrative-level classifications. TOOLS AND EQUIPMENT USED Emergency medical aid equipment, fire apparatus, fire pumps, hoses, and other standard firefighting equipment, ladders, radio, pager, personal computer, telephone. PHYSICAL DEMANDS The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. While performing the duties of the job, the employee is frequently required to sit; talk or hear; stand; walk; use hand to finger, handle or operate objects, tools or controls; and reach with hands and arms. The employee is occasionally required to climb or balance; stoop, kneel, crouch, or crawl; and taste or smell. The employee must frequently lift and/or move up to 10 pounds and occasionally life and/or move up to 100 pounds. Specific vision abilities required by this job include close vision, distance vision, color vision, peripheral vision, depth perception, and the ability to adjust focus. WORK ENVIRONMENT The work environment characteristics described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. Work is performed in office, vehicle, indoor and outdoor settings, in all weather conditions, including temperature extremes, during day and night shifts. Work is often performed in emergency and stressful situations. Individual is expose to hearing alarms and hazards associated with fighting fires and rendering emergency medical assistance, including smoke, noxious odors, fumes, chemicals, liquid chemicals, solvents and oils. The employee occasionally works near moving mechanical parts and in high, precarious places and is occasionally exposed to wet and/or humid conditions, fumes or airborne particles, toxic or caustic chemicals, risk of electrical shock and vibration. The noise level in the work environment is usually quiet in the office setting, and loud at an emergency scene. SELECTION GUIDELINES Formal application; review of education and experience; appropriate testing and interviews; oral interview; background check; physical agility test; drug screening; final selection. NOTE: Appointees will be subject to completion of a standard probationary period. GENERAL INFORMATION The examples of duties are intended only as illustrations of the various types of work performed. The omission of specific statements of duties does not exclude them from the position if the work is similar, related or a logical assignment to the position. The job description does not constitute an employment agreement between the Uintah Fire Department and the volunteer, and is subject to change by the Uintah Fire Department as the needs of the Department and requirements of the job change.

EMPLOYMENT STANDARDS Education and Experience: Any combination of education, training, and work experience which would likely provide the required knowledge, skills, and abilities is qualifying. Knowledge of:  Modern principles, practices, and techniques of fire department administration, organization and operation.  Modern methods and equipment used in fire suppression, prevention, investigation, and emergency medical services.  Principles and practices of public administration, including personnel, employee relations, and budgetary control.  Applicable local, state, and federal laws and regulations.  Utah Fire Service and Rescue Emergency Mutual Aid Systems. Ability to:  Work within a budget.  Plan, organize, and direct an effective and comprehensive fire service program including suppression, prevention, investigation, emergency medical services and maintenance functions.  Effectively manage personnel, including the maintenance of discipline and performance standards.  Communicate effectively in writing and verbally.  Develop effective working relationships with those contacted in the course of work.  Establish and maintain effective public relations.  Work irregular or protracted hours and respond directly to emergencies.  Perform occasional heavy and hazardous physical labor.  Meet and maintain physical standards.  Make fast and effective decisions. Required License:  Possession of a valid, appropriate state of Utah Driver’s License  UFRA/Equivalent Certification as: Firefighter 2, Hazardous Materials Operations, (Fire Officer I Preferred)  Utah/NREMT certification at least: Emergency Medical Technician – Basic

Volunteer FF &/or EMT's

Rural NW Oklahoma community of approximately 1,200 people has a volunteer FD that serves an area of nearly 500 square miles. Open ended recruitment of volunteer firefighters and/or EMT's to serve our area.

Must be 18 years of age. Able to pass a criminal background check. Have a valid Oklahoma state driver's license. Willing to submit to and pass a drug test. Complete training and serve a 1 year probationary period.

VOLUNTEER FIREFIGHTER

Orange County Rural District one VFD is seeking applicants for the positions of Firefighter. This will be an opportunity for you to make a positive difference in your community. Being a member of a volunteer fire department requires you to be actively involved in a physically and mentally demanding environment. Our department responds to wildland, vehicle, and structure fires. We also make several EMS assist calls with the ambulance service. We also provide vehicle, machinery extrication, water rescue and assist in natural disasters. This experience will allow each recruit the opportunity to become a highly trained professional in the fire service, you will be required to take a mandatory firefighter course which consist of usually two weekends at a local training facility. After that you will be able to respond as a firefighter. Each recruit will be able to advance their training and become certified as Firefighter 1/2 which will allow you to become trained in specialty areas such as rope rescue, vehicle extrication, and fire instructor. Firefighters may also become trained as Emergency medical technicians. With this training being funded by the department.

18 YEARS OLD OR OLDER, VALID DRIVERS LICENSE

Firefighter/EMT and Department Support

The Greater Springfield Volunteer Fire Department is currently seeking volunteers to fill the roles as Firefighters and EMT's. We have an EMS Only program for folks that don't want to become firefighters. We also have a fundraising need in our department. Everything from Bingo workers to grant writers. Think you can help us out? Just ask!

No previous experience...just a willingness to help out!

Firefighters and Support Personnel

We are looking for volunteer firefighters and community members to support our fire and rescue department.

Applicants must be able to pass background and drug checks. A valid driver's license is required.

Firefighter

Volunteer firefighter

Must live within the carsonville fire dept service area

Volunteers

The idea of the Laurel Volunteer Fire Department was formed in 1898 after a fire on Main Street in which 12 buildings, along with the Presbyterian Church, were destroyed. Following in the footsteps of that fire, the City Council worked on the necessary legislation and a constitution and by-laws where written and four years later the Laurel Volunteer Fire Department was born. Orginally there were 3 companies in the Laurel proper; one at 8th and Montgomery, one at 5th and Montgomery and one on Washington Blvd by the Little Tavern. The first Fire Chief was David M. Fischer. It wasn't until 1935 that the Company consolidated into one location at the Old Phelps and Shaffer store on 9th and Montgomery. With much needed growing room, the Laurel Volunteer Fire Department moved, in 1954, across the street to the old Laurel Elementary School No. 1. Today, the Laurel Volunteer Fire Department is housed on the corner of Cherry Lane and Van Dusen Road, in a building that they moved into in October of 1990. The current building contains offices, a gym, a kitchen, meeting rooms and bunk rooms for male and female fire fighters.

We have a number of types of membership that you may be interested in, so check out the different classes we have to offer below: Regular EMS Only Junior Administrative Regular Members To become a Regular Member, you must be at least 18 years of age and interested in training to be Firefighters and/or EMTs. Personnel in this class of membership must pass a background investigation and physical, as well as meet minimum participation standards each year. Regular Members must complete a 12-month probationary period. Within eighteen months of joining the department, Regular Members must complete either Firefighter I (F/F I) or Emergency Medical Technician- Basic (EMT-B) and within 30 months, both must be completed. This type of membership also offers a live-in program. To apply to become a Regular Member, click here. EMS Only Ever since the Laurel Volunteer Fire Department acquired an ambulance, we have always been on the lookout for people interested in Emergency Medical Service (EMS). Personnel in this class will serve a 12-month probationary period and will be expected to get Emergemcy Medical Technician (EMT) certification in their first year and a half. They will not be expected to fight fires. Junior Members To become a Junior Member, you must be between the ages of 16 and 18 and must have parental approval. These members may take fire fighting training and participate in "Outside" fire fighting activities, but are prohibited from participating in any interior fire fighting or any other hazardous duties. Junior Members must maintain good grades in school (2.0 minimum) in order to participate in department activities or have full-time employment. Administrative The Administrative class is a group of members who do not wish to fight fire, but can contribute needed skills and services for the benefit of the company. Administrative members serve a 6-month probationary period and have minimum participation standards each year. They meet these standards by learning one or more of the following skills: reports, data entry, map development, fundraising, building and/or grounds maintenance, apparatus maintenance, etc. Please contact membership@laurelvfd.org for current needed skills.

Volunteer Firefighter

Limestone Fire Protection District (LFPD) accepts applications for Volunteer Firefighters on a year-round basis; however, periods for application review, interviewing, and volunteer position offers are held twice annually in January and July.

MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS: Must be 18 years of age at appointment. Applicants must successfully complete a LFPD background investigation and oral interview. Individual should be in good physical health. Should reside within 6 miles of a Limestone station (District map); some exceptions may apply. Attend at least 50% of regularly scheduled training drills and a minimum of 30% participation on emergency incidents held in a calendar quarter. Recruit volunteer firefighters will be given and must pass a three-month exam that will affirm or disqualify them as a member of the District. Recruit volunteer firefighters must complete NIMS 100,200,700,800 in the first 6 months or they will be terminated. EXAMPLES OF DUTIES: Under direct supervision of the Line Officer and Chief Officers, the Firefighter’s duties include, but are not limited to: responding to medical calls and fire alarms; perform medical care on persons at the level of Emergency Medical Responder; perform cardiopulmonary resuscitation; and carry patients from remote and obscure locations. Using skills learned from Firefighter-I training, Firefighters will assist in fire prevention, fire suppression, public education, fire equipment/apparatus maintenance and fire station upkeep. LFPD Firefighters are required to obtain Firefighter I Certification and Emergency Medical Responder Certification within the first year of service, and to attend all required training. PREVIOUS WORK EXPERIENCE: Some experience working with a fire department, EMS and with the public is preferred, but not required. BACKGROUND, SPECIAL TRAINING AND SKILLS: Possess a valid State of Oklahoma driver’s license; no felony convictions, criminal record or pending court cases; U.S. citizen; Oklahoma resident. Individual must be able to demonstrate the physical ability to perform the duties of a Firefighter. EDUCATION: High School diploma or equivalent. PHYSICAL WORK ENVIRONMENT: The physical demands and work environments described are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. – Employee will regularly be required to stand, walk, sit, talk, hear, and use hands to finger, handle or feel. Also, regularly must be able to bend, stoop, twist, and reach with hands and arms. – An employee will be asked on a regular basis to lift up to 50 pounds. – Vision requirements are close, distance and color vision, peripheral and depth perception and ability to adjust focus. – Employees will be expected to perform duties outdoors in all types of weather on emergency scenes. – At emergency scenes the employee may be required to lift persons and objects in excess of 100 lbs. – Employees at emergency scenes will be required to work at excessive heights via use of ladders or lifting devices and will be exposed to excessive heat, cold, wet and hazardous situations. TRAINING: Volunteer Firefighters will receive specialty training, including practical hands-on experience and classroom style lectures covering relevant topics.

Firefighter

The Oreland Volunteer Fire Company has been proudly serving the citizens of Springfield Township, Pennsylvania since 1908. The firemen of the OVFC pride themselves on their dedication to protecting the community, our commitment to protect life and property, and our enthusiasm to always better our skills through training our members on the latest firefighting and rescue techniques.

The drive to volunteer and help your community and citizens!

Volunteer Firefighter - FIRE ENGINEER

Performs duties of Firefighter and is responsible for the safe and efficient operation and maintenance of fire vehicles, apparatus and equipment. Performs other duties as required. Training is provided by the department.

Must possess the skills to safely operate vehicles, apparatus, equipment in an efficient and effective manner. Can communicate effectively and can develop and maintain effective relationships with those contacted in the course of work. The ability to perform minor preventative maintenance to keep equipment operational is not required but is a plus.

Volunteer Firefighter and EMT

A job that pays you back in ways other than money. We are looking for dedicated folks who would like to serve their community. We have a role for almost everyone. We offer training every week at our station and training opportunities with our neighboring departments as well. We are a team and we are always looking for our next teammate. So if you want to serve your community in a rewarding way and become a part of the fire service family.....come on down to the firehouse!

We have a Junior Firefighter program that starts at the age of 15 to 18. A high school diploma is a must. Must live within our district or no more than 8 road miles from either of our stations. A valid NC drivers license, unless you are a Junior Firefighter, is also required. We do background checks and you will have be fingerprinted. Visit our department webpage at www.coolspringsvfd.org and fill out an application.

Firefighter

Lascassas Volunteer Fire Department is currently recruiting volunteer firefighters. LVFD has been operating with pride since 1974. The duties and responsibilities of the position could include: 1. Attending weekly training 2. Attending monthly meeting 3. Participating in monthly fundraising events 4. Responding to calls for service 5. Attending public relations events For applications visit our Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Lascassasvolfire/

18 years or older Current and valid driver's license Be able to provide a Motor Vehicle Report Obtaining a yearly physical

Interior - Exterior Firefighters Fire Police Juniors support

Respond to all emergencies in Barkhamsted and surrounding towns Including Fire emergencies - Structure - Cars- Brush and other types Motor vehicle collisions Rescue - Rope- Water and other types Non emergency Citizen assist calls Fire Police duties Help with fundraising - Riverton Fair- Fishing Derby

The Barkhamsted Fire District is always willing to accept new members. There is no waiting list, prerequisites ages 14-100 All we ask is that you honestly apply yourself to helping us and your community. If you are interested in membership please review the application form, complete it and submit to the department of your choice. Each department meets on Tuesday nights. Please feel free to stop by and introduce yourself. You can see what it is like and who you will be working with.

Firefighter, Driver Pump Operator, Officer in Charge, Auxiliary

The Manassas Volunteer Fire Company, continuing a 125 year tradition of support for the City of Manassas and surrounding Prince William County, is actively recruiting for firefighters who are certified with a emphasis on DPO and OIC.

Applicants should meet Uniform Rank requirements for the City of Manassas

Firefighter

We have five openings for Firefighters. No experience necessary. We will train the right candidates! We are looking for individuals that will be dedicated to OUR Fire Department and OUR Community!

18 Years Old, Drivers License, Must pass background check and drug screen. Must reside in Washington Township, Starke County, Indiana Will be required to achieve several Indiana State Certifications. These certifications will require both written and hands on examinations.

Firefighter

Volunteer Firefighter positions available

Live within the boundaries of Bienville Parish Fire District # 6, be at least 16 years of age.

Probationary Firefighter

1. Responds to fire alarms and other emergency calls. 2. Controls and extinguishes fires, protects life and property, and maintains equipment as on-call firefighter and/or officer. 3. Selects hose nozzle, depending on type of fire, and directs stream of water or chemicals onto fire. Positions and climbs ladders to gain access to upper levels of building or to assist individuals from burning structure. Creates openings in buildings for ventilation or entrance, using axes, chisel, crowbar, various saws, and other power equipment. 4. Protects property from water and smoke by use of waterproof salvage covers, smoke ejectors, ventilation fans, etc. 5. Communicates with superiors during fire, using portable two-way radio. 6. Performs assigned duties in maintaining apparatus, station areas, buildings, and equipment. 7. Participates in business meetings, training sessions, demonstrations, and courses in hydraulics, pump operation and maintenance, and various fire fighting techniques. 8. May drive and operate fire fighting vehicles, apparatus, and equipment after passage of department annual driver training course. 9. Shall perform all duties on the fire ground under the supervision of an officer or senior firefighter. 10. Shall perform their duties under the supervision of the officer in charge while at the station. 11. Shall promptly respond to all alarms (when available) or other emergencies, and shall assist one another when executing the orders of superior officers. 12. When on standby shall remain in the area assigned until properly relieved. 13. Shall be responsible for becoming familiar with all department By-Laws, Rules, Regulations, Policies, Standard Operating Guidelines, and Practices. 14. May be a member of the Genesee County Hazardous Materials (HazMat) Team provided the following stipulations have been met: a. Firefighters shall be an employee in good standing, to join and remain a HazMat Team member. The firefighter shall not use the HazMat Team as an excuse to not perform their duties or not attend the minimum alarms or training sessions. b. If a new member, that person shall make application, through the Fire Chief, to the current HazMat Team Supervisor, and shall be subjected to the interview process without influence by the SCAFD. Previous members of the HazMat Team, while they were on another fire department, shall declare their intentions in writing to the Fire Chief. Regardless of status, a written advisement from the HazMat Supervisor shall be made to the Fire Chief indicating acceptance or denial to the HazMat Team. c. Firefighters shall be required to meet all the HazMat Team requirements stipulated. d. Friefighters shall be paid the hourly rate, normally paid as a SCAFD employee. e. Firefighters will not be allowed to be paid for both the HazMat Team and as a SCAFD employee for the same incident. The priority shall be declared by the firefighter at the time of incident. 15. This job description in no way states or implies that these are the only duties to be performed by the firefighter/officer. The firefighter/officer is required to follow all other instructions and to perform any other duties assigned by the Chief.

Minimum of 18 years old with high school degree or GED. Must pass a back ground check and physical with drug test. Must live in or near the Swartz Creek Area Fire Department Fire District (City of Swartz Creek or Charter Township of Clayton).

Volunteer EMT or Fire Fighter

Glen Echo Fire Department (GEFD) is a combination career-volunteer department located in the southeast corner of Montgomery County, Maryland. We have around 30 active members who come from all walks of life. Our membership includes high school, college, and medical students, parents, attorneys, scientists, dog walkers, military personnel, and engineers, just to name a few. There are wonderful, interesting people at Glen Echo Fire Department, and the atmosphere is not only professional, but also fun and welcoming—we take great pride in thinking of ourselves as a family and as having a “firehouse” rather than a “fire station.” Some of our more senior members will tell you that they started as volunteers thinking they would just stick with it for a couple years, only to find that their experience at Glen Echo was something they were unwilling to leave behind. GEFD volunteers who’ve moved as far away as Utah and Florida still come back several times a year to be at the firehouse and to run calls. And several of our volunteers—some of whom will tell you they never would have dreamed of becoming doctors or nurses—have found their calling while members of the department and have subsequently gone on to medical school or nursing school, or have become physician assistants. We are also the closest volunteer firehouse to American University, and many of our members are Eagles. We’re located right on several bus lines and are less than a mile from where Massachusetts Avenue intersects the Capital Crescent Trail (a paved bike path linking Georgetown, downtown Bethesda, and other locations), so it’s easy to get to us.

There are some sacrifices and some commitment required to be a volunteer at GEFD, but they are far outweighed by the enormous rewards from helping others in their time of need — this gets reinforced with every card or letter we receive from someone who’s grateful for the assistance our personnel have provided and the kindness our personnel have shown We ask that all of our members commit to volunteering 600 hours per year, typically in a scheduled weekly 12 hour shift. We offer flexible scheduling and make every effort to accommodate our member's lives outside of the fire house. If you’re a college student in the DC area and your home is elsewhere, it’s possible to take EMS or firefighter classes and to fulfill the volunteer staffing commitment during the school year. If you work a full time job we offer shifts that are overnight and/or on weekends, and we also offer flexible scheduling to help our members meet our requirements around their schedule. We also ask that members show a pattern of regular advancement during their first year in the fire service. This means committing to training such as EMT class, HAZMAT operations class, technology training courses, and additional classes and check offs that may require some extra time commitment. Lastly, our members are asked to participate in at least three special events per year. Two of these events are our bingo fundraiser in September and our open house in October. There are additional events that take place year round including our santa runs, special event stand-bys, spring cleaning, large scale training drills, and more.

Probationary Firefighter

Probationary Firefighter - Paid on Call The Savoy Fire Department would like to thank you for your interest in our department. Serving your community as a firefighter is a great way to help others. The position of firefighter takes a special type of person that is willing to give of their time to train and educate themselves. They must prepare mentally and physically to respond to emergencies in our community. The Savoy Fire Department hires new applicants at least once per year and possibly more frequently than that based on the needs of the department and the amount of applications it has received. Applications can be submitted from anyone with no experience at any time but will be processed only at the time of a new probationary program being scheduled to begin. Applicants with prior experience in or on a Fire Department, EMS, Police, Military, Medical or other specialties that can serve the Savoy Fire Department will have their application reviewed on a case by case basis as soon as it is submitted.

Must have the ability to: Communicate well with others. Understand and follow oral and written instructions. Work as a strong team player with a commitment to group success. Multi-tasks, thinks, and acts quickly in emergency situations if in a responder position. Listen to others and ask good questions. Be dependable, reliable, responsible, and possess integrity. Residency Requirement: 10 minute drive time from the station at 106 West Tomaras Avenue, Savoy for full members (Firefighters, EMS/Support, etc.) who respond on emergency calls. Finally any person who lives in residence that is contractually covered for fire services by the Savoy Fire Department but outside of those drive times may join the department as well. Additional Information: Pre-employment applicants must successfully complete and pass the following: Reference Check Background Check Panel Interview Physical Screening for members who are in a responder position (Firefighter, EMT, etc.) Medical Evaluation for members who are in a responder position (Firefighter, EMT, etc.) Two Orientation Sessions All new hires are subject to completion of a minimum nine-month probationary period. Additionally applicants must meet the following requirements: Applicants must be over the age of 19 at the time of appointment. Applicants must possess a valid Driver’s License. Applicants must have no felony convictions. The Savoy Fire Department is a licensed Emergency Medical Services organization and therefore are required by law to have members who can be licensed to provide medical services/have access to medical records. Applicants must have a High School Diploma or G.E.D. Additionally applicants who are applying for a responder type position (Firefighter, EMS/Support, etc.) must meet the following requirements: Applicants must be able to perform firefighting tasks, rescue operations, and other emergency response actions under stressful conditions while wearing personal protective ensemble and self-contained breathing apparatus. This includes climbing ladders working at considerable heights and working in extremely hot or cold environments for prolonged time periods to name a few. All requirements are subject to change, please ask if you have any questions.

Fire Fighter and fire support

Antioch Volunteer Fire Department covers the southwestern corner of Harris County, Georgia. Our response district covers 125 square miles including 11 miles of interstate and 18 miles of shore line. There are approximately 2,000 homes and 6 light industrial areas in the district. The department is 100 percent volunteer and operates out of 6 stations. The department currently holds an 4.0 ISO rating. The department answered 175 calls last year consisting of First Responder (EMS for additional help to county paid ambulance service) and fire. The Antioch Volunteer Fire needs you to serve in a fire fighter role or support role.

You must be 18 years of age, a US Citizen to become a member and live within Harris County. The Antioch Volunteer Fire department has its own fire fighter training program augmented by county, state and federal courses. It is possible to earn Fire Fighter 1 , Fire Fighter 2, and First Responder Medical through our training program.

Volunteer Firefighter

Pearson Volunteer Fire Department is a County wide Fire Department, We are consolidated with our two Cities. We have 5 stations in service at the present time with 2 more coming on line in the next few months. Our Public Education Department visits our schools and Senior Citizens every year and spends around 5,000 dollars a year promoting Fire Education. Our Support staff work very hard with Fund Raising Events and fellowship within the community. Pearson Volunteer Fire department has several tiers of training not all volunteers are for firefighting as the department is required to perform many tasks such as Code enforcement, Testing of equipment and apparatus, record keeping etc. and sometimes animal removal.

Training is a Requirement, Meetings are held twice a month at our central office. Every second and forth Saturday of every month except December, for 5 hours each. Not all members have to be 18 years old, our department has a Junior Firefighter Program were youth may attend and begin training. No one under 18 years old can be involved in active firefighting. Back ground checks are required for all members as well as Driver History. Not all training is at the central office as traveling may be required to the Fire Academy. Be of good Moral Character and for firefighting duties be trained to level one firefighter within one year of membership.

Any type of volunteer!

We are always on the lookout for people who want to help our department. From firefighting and EMS to fundraising, kitchen help, computer support... there's a place for everyone in our department!

Must not have a felony conviction or extensive criminal history. Must be physically capable of performing the position duties for which you apply. Must be eligible for membership under the PA Child Abuse Act (requires Act 33/34/151 background checks). Fir

Firefighter/Emt

The Axtell Volunteer Fire and Rescue Department is seeking self driven, motivated and compassionate people to become members of our extended family.

Must be 21 years of age, possess a valid driver’s license, and reside within the Axtell Rural Fire Protection District #4. You must be willing to dedicate the 1st and 3rd Wednesday of every month to training and meetings. You must be willing to expand on the basic training. You must be willing to complete an employment background check.

Volunteer Firefighter

Established in 1929, the South Houston Volunteer Fire Department has a rich history of community service. Volunteer members contribute hundreds of hours annually to provide fire protection to the citizens of South Houston. Calls for service include vehicle extrication and rescue, vehicle fires, and hazardous materials responses. In addition to fire suppression and ongoing training activities, firefighters assist the Fire Marshal's Office in conducting fire prevention programs in schools, daycares, and other locations.

Applicants must meet the following requirements: - be at least 18 years of age - meet residency requirements in effect at time of application - possess a valid Texas driver's license - submit a completed application - satisfactorily complete a physical agility course - submit to a background examination - submit to an oral interview conducted by examination board - complete and pass a pre-employment drug screening as required by the City of South Houston

Volunteer Firefighter

South Zanesville Fire Department is currently looking for volunteers. The fire department will pay for firefighter certification training.

Volunteer firefighters are required to live within the Village of South Zanesville or the surrounding area. To find out if you meet the residency requirements you can call or email the fire department.

Firefighters and Junior Firefighters

EPFC is an all volunteer department, serving East Prospect and surrounding area for over 100 years. We are always anxious to greet newcomers willing to donate their time to help their neighbors and learn some new skills!

Willingness to donate some of you valuable time!

Firefighter/EMT

Volunteers needed for all aspects of the job.

Will help get all training.

Volunteer

Looking for Volunteers for Firefighting, EMS, and Fundraising. In house training and external classes available. http://chesterfieldfire-ct.org/

Willing to devote extended periods of time.

Volunteer Firefighter - 6

Want to do something greater for your community? How about to challenge yourself? Caballo Volunteer Fire Department might be the answer for you. Our primary mission is structural firefighting but also train in wildland/ urban interface disciplines. Training is routinely conducted throughout the month and public/membership meetings are held the second Tuesday of each month. Contact Chief Ray Mullins Sr. at (575) 404-3992 or Captain Lorenzo Silva (575)343-6649 or simply stop by our station anytime you see any firefighters present for further inquiries.

Must live in the county of Sierra, New Mexico and within 20 minutes of the Station Must be able to conduct different ranges of physical activities Must be willing to assist citizens of the community in a proper and moral manner Must be able to Pass a background check Must be over the age of eighteen (18) Must have not been suspended from other Fire/Rescue departments within the past five(5) years Must be able to attend at minimum at fifty percent (50%) of membership meeting, roll-outs, and training

Volunteer Firefighter

Volunteer firefighters needed

No experience necessary; all training will be provided

Volunteer Firefighter

We are a small community West of Winston-Salem North Carolina looking for men and women to join our department to help those in need.

Clean driving and criminal record. A will to help and learn.

Volunteer Firefighter and/or EMT

Small, mountain community in Northern Colorado is seeking individuals interested in contributing to the safety of our little piece of the mountain.

The department will provide training and personal protective equipment. Minimum of 36 hours of training per year and participation in at least 50% of calls. Attendance at monthly business meetings.

Active Volunteer

All volunteer help is accepted and appreciated. There are job tasks for everyone regardless of knowledge level. Learn and experience as you progress.

Will discuss.

Firefighter....

The Indian River Volunteer Fire Company continues to pursue its recruitment and retention initiatives in order to attract and retain much needed volunteer fire company manpower reserves. Volunteer Firefighter - Emergency Medical Responder (EMR); Firefighter - Emergency Medical Technician (EMT); and Firefighter Ladies Auxiliary Member

What It Takes to Volunteer? Being a volunteer firefighter is not about what you look like, what degree you have, or where you come from. It is about one thing: heart. Do you have what it takes to serve your community?

Volunteer Firefighter

Since 1922, the Cos Cob Volunteer Fire Company has been an integral part of the Greenwich community. Our mission is to protect the lives and property of the citizens of Greenwich in regards to fire, medical and environmental emergencies through education, enforcement of code and the dedicated efforts of our highly trained and competent professional volunteers. The fire company is comprised of active members who are State of Connecticut trained and certified firefighters, responsible for responding to and handling incidents related to fire suppression, hazardous materials, motor vehicle extrication and medical emergencies. Cos Cob Fire Company No. 1 has over 90 years of history protecting the town of Greenwich. Our firefighters work in many different operations in our district as well as neighboring areas. Being a volunteer firefighter requires the ability to adapt to a wide variety of situations, which can requires both mental and physical stamina.

All candidates will be required to complete the following: - Members must be at least 18 years of age. - A town physical (Spirometry, EKG stress test, general physical tests, and a health exam), criminal background check and training will be required for those looking to become active, interior firefighters. - Submit an application - Meet with company chief/officers - Pass Connecticut Firefighter 1 - Attend monthly company meetings - Attend mandatory drills/training

Paid-on-call Firefighter (application available on line at www.cityofbeaverdam.com)

Paid-on call Firefighter Primary Job Elements: • Responds to emergency situations to perform fire suppression and rescue duties • Uses power and hand tools to perform forcible entry and ventilate burning buildings • Assists with salvage, overhaul, cleanup and evacuation activities as necessary • Provides crowd and traffic control at emergency scenes • Assists with vehicle extrication at automobile accidents • May drive and operate designated apparatus as necessary • At emergency scenes, administers CPR and/or First Aid as necessary • Assists with fire hose testing • Attends trainings, and meetings to remain current on fire suppression and rescue methods Secondary Job Elements: • Uses special knowledge and skills to deal with hazardous or life threatening situations, including those associated with: 1) the storage and transportation of flammable liquids, gases, toxic chemicals, petroleum products and other combustible materials; 2) vehicle roadway collisions, aircraft and railroad accidents, water and ice rescue, construction site accidents, confined space rescue, and other similar medical treatment emergencies; 3) all types of conditions and events that produce fire; and 4) behavioral characteristics associated assists with public fire prevention and education programs • Assists with public relation events • Promotes positive department image through positive public personal conduct • Other duties as requested

Minimum Educational and Job Experience Requirements: • High school diploma or equivalent • Valid Wisconsin driver’s license • Knowledgeable and skills used in dealing with hazardous or life threatening situations • Must possess or attain Entry Level Firefighter certification training within first year of employment • Must possess or attain Firefighter I certification within two years of employment (current non-probationary firefighters are grandfathered, 10/04/2011) • Must attained CPR training at the dept. standard within the first year of employment Abilities Required: • Ability to understand and follow written and oral instructions • Ability to clearly communicate information both verbally and in writing • Ability to follow orders under stress • Ability to work effectively with department co-workers, other department employees and the public • Ability to perform emergency tasks and/or training which involves the performance of physically demanding work. Physically demanding work involves some combination of walking, running, climbing or jumping. It may also involve lifting, carrying, pushing and pulling moderately and/or heavy objects, materials and/or people. • Ability to climb ladders without fear of heights • Ability to use self contained breathing apparatus without claustrophobia • Also refer to the Paid On-Call Firefighter Physical Demands Form Must reside within 15 miles of city limits.

Fire Chief

Our motto is "train your replacement". The right person with the right attitude is never held back. A support structure is in place for training and advancement. Everyone is encouraged to think big.

If you are not headed for the top spot in the department, you are not using your full potential.

Volunteer Fire Fighter

Volunteer position open minimum experience required. On the job training provided.

Able to volunteer at a minimum one day a week. Attend monthly training

Volunteer Firefighter

Come join a great little rural volunteer fire department. We train every other Tuesday plus have optional trainings on off Tuesday's. We have 2 stations. We run EMS , rescue, structure and wild land calls. Must reside in the HSSP District. We also have a recruit program. You must be 16 to join this program.

We require every volunteer to obtain a Wildland fire FF2 red card. We also require every volunteer to obtain Colorado FF1 certification within 1 year and FF 2 within 4 years. We cover the cost of these.

Volunteer Firefighter

We are looking for Volunteer Firefighters in our Community!

No requirements necessary except for the urge to help people! Firefighter 1 and 2 with Hazmat Awareness is a plus though!

Volunteer Firefighter - 7

Want to do something greater for your community? How about to challenge yourself? Caballo Volunteer Fire Department might be the answer for you. Our primary mission is structural firefighting but also train in wildland/ urban interface disciplines. Training is routinely conducted throughout the month and public/membership meetings are held the second Tuesday of each month. Contact Chief Ray Mullins Sr. at (575) 404-3992 or Captain Lorenzo Silva (575)343-6649 or simply stop by our station anytime you see any firefighters present for further inquiries.

Must live in the county of Sierra, New Mexico and within 20 minutes of the Station Must be able to conduct different ranges of physical activities Must be willing to assist citizens of the community in a proper and moral manner Must be able to Pass a background check Must be over the age of eighteen (18) Must have not been suspended from other Fire/Rescue departments within the past five(5) years Must be able to attend at minimum at fifty percent (50%) of membership meeting, roll-outs, and training

Volunteer Firefighters & EMS personnel

We are a small rural farm town located in Paradox, CO. Our departments are consisted of 100% volunteers and are looking for members of all levels to come and help us grow and learn to help serving this great community.

A willing heart to learn and help the community

Firefighter/EMT

Hurst Volunteer Fire Department is seeking applicants for volunteer firefighter and EMT. Applicants must reside within 10 miles of Hurst. Hurst is a rural all volunteer fire department in southern Illinois serving a population of approximately 1,000. We run approximately 250 calls per year.

Minimum IL or National certified EMT-B

Firefighter, Firefighter/EMT, Firefighter/Paramedic

Looking for individuals that are interested in assisting your community in all types of needs, individuals need to be vigilant in training, response to emergency runs, etc. We are looking for individuals that are certified KY firefighters (either 150 hour or 400 hour KY certification), and/or being a KY certified EMT. At this time our department, in conjunction with Dry Ridge Fire Department,have an ALS/BLS ambulance out of Corinth Fire Statio, that is staffed and run by Corinth membership. If you are not a certified FF, or KY certified EMT, you are still welcome to apply and help out. We will provide up to date, current training to obtain KY FF certification, as well as numerous classes are offered each year (within Northern KY) to become a National Registry and KY certified EMT.

Must be a minimum of 18 years old at time of application, must reside in the jurisdictional response areas of our fire department, must be drug free, must have GED or High School diploma, must be free from felony convictions or court systems, must be willing to train in firefighting practices, and be willing to obtain training to become a certified EMT. Must be available to attend meetings/trainings weekly, and be able to respond to emergency calls all hours of the day or night.

Volunteer Firefighter

Performs emergency services and rescue activities involving protection and safety of the community through prevention and control of fires. Works under the general supervision of the Fire Chief, Assistant Fire Chief and Training Officer. Must be able to work as a team member under stress caused by emergencies, danger, or criticism and must be able to work fast while concentrating very hard. Typical Duties Performed: * Responds to fire or emergency calls. * Radios the dispatcher for additional help or special rescue and/or utility services, if needed. * Operates emergency vehicles using the most expeditious route, depending upon traffic and weather conditions. * Performs duties at emergency scene wearing personal protective equipment as directed by the Fire Chief or Officer in Charge. * Participates in continuing education and training programs. * Ensures after each call that all supplies and equipment are clean and ready for use. * Carries, places and climbs ladders for rescue or ventilation operations. * Searches burning buildings for persons who may be inside. * Connects hoses to water sources and carries hoses at fire scene. * Performs clean up operations after a fire has been extinguished. * Cleans and maintains fire equipment and apparatus. * Performs such other duties as directed by the Fire Chief, Assistant Chiefs and Training Officer.

Knowledge, Skills and Abilities: * Considerable ability to give and receive verbal and written directions and instruction. * Considerable ability to analyze situations and determine appropriate action. * Considerable skills to expertly drive an emergency vehicle under any conditions. * Considerable ability to respond quickly and appropriately to crisis and emergency situations. * Considerable ability to walk or crawl through smoke filled areas; drag or carry trapped victims from burning buildings. * Working ability to carry, lift, extricate, climb, hoist and other similar maneuvers in a manner not detrimental to co-workers, victims or self. * Working ability to work with or around irritants, fumes, smoke, infectious disease and hazardous chemicals at an accident or fire scene. Physical Requirements: Vision: Normal vision needed with or without correction. Requires both near and far acuity. Hearing: Normal hearing needed. To do this work the fire fighter must discriminate among similar sounds in environments with a great deal of background noise. Lifting Needed: The fire fighter may be required to lift 100 pounds or more. Walking and/or Mobility Needed: Must be able to walk or crawl while carrying or lifting. Must be able to ascend and descend stairs or ladders. Must be able to balance and ability to steady oneself and keep from falling. Must be capable of reaching (extend the hands or arms in any direction); handling (seizing, holding, grasping, turning, or otherwise working with the hands); fingering ( picking, pinching, or otherwise working with the fingers); and feeling (perceiving attributes of objects such as size, shape, temperature, or texture by means of receptors in skin, particularly those of the fingertips. Must be capable of applying a leg lock with either leg upon a ground ladder to provide a safe anchor when operating hose lines or performing rescue work.

Volunteer Firefighter/EMT

Located in the beautiful Columbia River Gorge, the White Salmon Fire Department protects a community of approximately 3,000 residents. We are looking for volunteers to help us protect life, property and the environment from natural and man made emergencies. We respond to approximately 250 requests for service each year that are 80% medical and 20% fire and other emergencies. No experience is required. We will provide free training and equipment. This is an excellent opportunity to build skills and help your community by working as part of a dedicated team.

- At least 18 years of age. - Legal resident of the United States. - Valid drivers license. - No felony convictions or dishonorable discharge from the military.

Support or Active firefighters

We are in need of all types of people from those that want the thrill of helping their neighbor in an emergency, to those that want to help with paperwork and fundraisers.

NONE

Volunteer Firefighter

Yakima County Fire District #5 is currently accepting application for volunteer firefighters. For more info, visit us online at www.ycfd5.org.

- Be 18 years old, - Be a citizen of the United States, - Live within the boundaries of Yakima County Fire District #5, - Hold a valid Washington State driver's license, - Have a clean driving/criminal record.

Firefighter/EMT

The Goldendale Fire Department provides fire protection and safety for the Citizens of the City of Goldendale and our guest.

-Must maintain EMT License through the State of Washington. -Must attend required Continued Education Classes both online and in person as required by the county medical director and State of Washington DoH. - Must attend a minimum of ten percent or twenty hours of all drills / or training annually, -Respond to a minimum of ten percent of all calls or twenty-four calls annually; or ninety-six hours of standby time.

Junior Firefighter program, Support Firefighters, Apparatus Operators, Firefighters, Ems personnel, logistics, administrative and much more

Fairfield Plantation Fire Rescue/ Emergency Services are looking for Volunteers willing to make a difference that have a passion for helping others.

Junior firefighters - Perents permission and meet and follow all requirements set forth by the National Junior Firefighters Program. Support Firefighters, Apparatus Operators, Engineers, Firefighters, EMS personnel, Logistics, Administrative- Must

Volunteer Firefighter

Become A Member We are an all volunteer organization! Many people may not realize that we are comprised entirely of volunteers. Many towns in the surrounding areas have paid crews. The men and women of the Cranbury Fire Company are dedicated to providing you excellent service on a volunteer basis. New members are always welcome, and your help would be greatly appreciated. To become a member visit our website at Cranburyfire.org or visit us at 2 S Main St., Cranbury NJ 08512

Live within 5 miles of 2 S Main St. Jr membership 14-17 years Full membership 18 + Training and equipment provided

Firefighter

firefighter

in house training

Firefighter/ Junior Firefighter

Looking for any members interested to join our company. Must be older than 16 and live in Mansfield twp within the hackettstown line to watters rd. Contact us if interested or stop by any Tues night around 630 to 7pm

Live within the lines listed above Be older than 16 Be willing to take ff1 within a year after joining

Resident Firefighter/EMT

Description: WCFD#1 is seeking career-minded professional resident firefighters to serve the community while they earn their credentials and gain experience. Resident FF/EMTs with WCFD#1 may expect to gain professional development, leadership development, IFSAC certifications (up to Fire Officer 1), NWCIG Red Card certification to FF2 (task book certifications available), WA EMT-B certification endorsements (SGA, BLS Evaluator, etc), EVIP instructor, water rescue/tech rescue awareness and operations certifications, IFSAC Instructor (1 up to 3), CPR 1st Aid Instructor certification, TIMs certifications, CPAT prep and interview/testing preparation instruction. Resident firefighters provide emergency assistance and protective services to citizens. They are trained and equipped to protect life and property threatened by disaster, fire, explosion, hazardous materials, illness, accidents and other hazards. Activities include emergency prevention, emergency and non-emergency response, training, and maintenance of apparatus, equipment, fire station and grounds. They perform a wide range of emergency work under adverse environmental and strenuous physical conditions. There is frequent potential for exposure to toxic chemicals, extreme heat, and infectious disease which require the use of protective equipment such as heat resistant clothing, self-contained breathing apparatus (SCBA), and medical masks, gloves and gowns. A valid and current Washington State EMT certification is required or must be obtained within the probationary period with the District. Firefighters may be required to drive emergency apparatus and perform special firefighting, pre-hospital medical care, rescue work or other skills acquired by work experience and specialized training programs. Volunteer Firefighter/EMTs are on call for emergency call back and may work up to (8) paid 12-hr shifts. Resident Firefighters live at Station #82 and work up to (10) 12-hr shifts per month- 6 of which are paid. Career Firefighters work a scheduled shift and are available for emergency call back for major incidents and special circumstances. Firefighters must meet District requirements for training and response attendance. SUPERVISORY RELATIONSHIPS: Reports to assigned supervisor. Receives training and performs work according to verbal and/ or written instructions from an officer of higher rank. Firefighters exercise considerable independent judgment in emergency situations. ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS: 1. Responds to fires and other emergencies. Places equipment; lays and connects hose; operates fire apparatus and their pumps; communicates by radio; directs water streams; raises and climbs ladders; uses chemical extinguishers, safety belts, lines and hooks; uses self-contained breathing apparatus, saws, axes, and other tools; performs ventilation tasks on and above ground; and performs salvage and overhaul operations; uses ropes and related equipment for special rescue situations. Identifies, isolates and mitigates hazardous material incidents. 2. EMTs are required to provide patient care, establish a treatment plan and make transport decisions at the BLS level. EMTs will work within the Whatcom County BLS protocols under the direction of the MPD and will work under emergency directions from ALS and Medical Control. Provides basic and/or advanced life support medical assistance to citizens in non-emergency and emergency situations where life may be endangered. Sets up and/or operates equipment for splinting, bleeding control, respiratory support, defibrillation, cardiac monitoring, intravenous therapy and medications. 3. Maintains contact with communications center and other responders to report initial observations, progress on handling incidents, request assistance, and receive orders and instruction on handling event(s). Utilizes the incident command system. 4. As qualified and appropriate to the incident, drives fire apparatus, drives medical aid vehicles or pilots boat. Determines appropriate response routes to the emergency. Transports patients to hospitals or other destinations. 5. Participates in the development and delivery of emergency prevention programs. 6. Responds to various service calls providing assistance to citizens in situations that are not life threatening, such as requests for physical assistance, flooded basements, and complaints about unsafe or illegal burning. 7. Participates training program drills and exercises. Instructs job skills to others. Researches, compiles, organizes and presents information at training and drill sessions. 8. Periodically tests facility, equipment, apparatus and fire protection systems and maintains records of test information. 9. Performs general and preventative maintenance on apparatus, equipment and facilities to ensure proper function and reliability. Volunteer Category: Firefighter, EMT

Requirements • Must be 18 years of age. • Must be a U. S. citizen or a registered permanent resident able to work in the United States. • Must pass a pre-employment drug test. • Must maintain a valid Washington State driver’s license and good driving record. Candidates must agree to a detailed review of their driving record prior to hire. • No record of driver’s license suspension or revocation in any state within the last three years. • Must possess or obtain a Washington State Emergency Vehicle Accident Prevention (EVIP) certification within 18 months of employment. • Must possess or obtain EMT certification within 12 months of employment and maintain for the duration of employment. • Must be certified by the District physician as fit for duty. • Willingness and ability to work at considerable heights (up to 100 feet) on a ladder.

Firefighter

Looking for Volunteer firefighters No experience necessary willing to train Become part of an elite group of men and women

Clean driving record Clean criminal background

Firefighter

Volunteer to help us fight fires and work with people in their time of need. Respond to all types of emergencies. from house fires to Basement pump outs, to trees on wires.

None. we will get you all of the training you need.

Volunteer Firefighter

The Volunteer Firefighter serves the community by responding to a wide variety of situations, ranging from emergencies that immediately threaten life or property to routine citizen requests for information or assistance. They perform within the scope of the policies and procedures of the Altamont Fire Department and they perform duties in the following general categories: fire suppression, emergency rescue, hazardous material responses, training, building inspections and public education. The Volunteer FF normally works under the supervision of a company officer and is expected to function effectively as part of a highly trained team. They are also expected to perform their duties under adverse conditions and physical conditions that may pose a high risk of personal injury or exposure to hazardous conditions or infectious diseases. The work performance of a Volunteer firefighter is continuously evaluated for general knowledge, skill proficiency, and ability to work as part of a team. Any deficiencies are corrected through remedial training.

The Volunteer Firefighter drives or rides an emergency vehicle in response to fire, rescue, and hazardous materials response/mitigation and routine requests for help or assistance. In the performance of their duties, the Volunteer Firefighter places equipment, lays and connects hose; operates high-capacity pumps and directs water streams; raises and climbs ladders; uses chemical extinguishers, safety belts, lines and hooks and uses self-contained breathing apparatus. The Volunteer Firefighter may enter burning buildings as part of a fire suppression team, perform ventilation tasks above ground, carry heavy objects and equipment and rescue injured or trapped victims. The Volunteer FF is required to attend regularly scheduled training in order to maintain the high level of knowledge, skill and ability necessary to function safely and effectively as a firefighter in accordance with State protocols and standard operating procedures.

All volunteer positions

The Underwood-Petersville Volunteer Fire Department is accepting applications for volunteer firefighters, EMTs, and daytime, support, and fundraising personnel.

Please contact the department for more details about requirements for each position.

Volunteer firefighter, EMS personnel, and support members

Long Green Volunteer Fire Company is seeking volunteers. We need firefighters, EMS personnel, and support members. NO TRAINING NEEDED.

16 years and over Clean background Pass drug screen Pass physical exam (firefighter)

VOLUNTEER FIREFIGHTER

If you are interested in becoming a volunteer firefighter and live in Drexel Hill or the surrounding neighborhoods, we encourage you to apply with the Garrettford – Drexel Hill Volunteer Fire Company. No prior firefighting experience is required. We will provide all of the proper training and equipment you need, at no cost to you. Being a volunteer firefighter offers opportunities that few others will ever experience. Few other jobs offer the opportunity to save a life, and as a volunteer firefighter you could be called upon to do it at a moment’s notice. We want individuals who have the desire to help others, who are dedicated to their community, and who have the courage to take on a challenging job which will put you in dangerous situations. But through all of the grit and hard work, you are rewarded by being a member of a close-knit team who are making a significant difference in their community. If you are willing and able to be a volunteer firefighter we encourage you to join us at Garrettford – Drexel Hill. Feel free to stop by the station, located at 323 Edmonds Ave., on Monday and Wednesday nights between 6pm and 9pm to pick up an application.

The basic requirements of becoming a volunteer firefighter at Garrettford – Drexel Hill are: Minimum age of 14 years old 14 – 15 years old will be a Cadet Firefighter 16 – 17 years old will be a Junior Firefighter 18 years and older will be a Probationary Firefighter (if no Firefighter I certification) Must clear a criminal background check Must be a United States Citizen Must pass a physical examination by a certified physician

Firefighter, fundraiser, educator, social member

The Rural Security Fire Company is actively looking for motivated individuals who have in interest in helping out their community. There are many ways to help out your local fire department, not just being a firefighter.

Clean background check and Child Abuse History Clearance

Firefighter, fire police officer, fund raising, support team

The Owls Head Volunteer Fire Department is a small coastal Maine fire dept in need of more fire personnel. Your help goes a long way in our community and you get a lot of support. We have a lot of annual events for personnel and personnel put on events to raise money for the dept as well as people in need. It is a terriffic way to meet people and to get involves in your town.

Living, breathing and want to help. We supply all the equipment and training ans you get an annual paycheck to boot around the winter holidays to help with presents for the family or fill the fuel tank

Firefighter/ EMT, EMT, AEMT, PARAMEDIC

Members to join our organization with a desire to help the community, learn to be firefighters and EMS providers. Must be 17 y/o, willing to commit to attending 30% of the activities, and give unselfishly of your time. Someone who wants to make our city as safe as possible for the citizens, visitors, and those passing through.

Minimum age of 17 y/o Drivers License Desire to join an elite group of people dedicated to protecting our community Desire to help others in time of need.

FireFighters, workers for our Fish Fry

We need Volunteer FireFighters we need to increase our membership we need people for day time, but we also need people anytime if you want to be a Firefighter we want you. We are having a fish fry the 25th of July we need workers to help.

You must be 18 yo and physically fit take and pass the 36Hr volunteer FireFighters class have a valid Ohio Driver License.

Volunteer Firefighter - In District

These volunteers perform suppression firefighting, emergency medical care, fire prevention duties, and other incident response services from our stations in the City of Estacada and George community. This program requires approximately 200 hours of initial training over a six month period. The time commitment for this position is about 16-20 hours each month. Our goal is to maintain 40 In District Firefighters. Primary Duties: The statements contained herein reflect general details as necessary to describe the principle functions of this job, the level of knowledge and skill typically required and the scope of responsibility, but should not be considered an all-inclusive listing of work requirements. Individuals may perform other duties as assigned. • Responds with fire apparatus and medical units to scene of emergency, lays hose, operates pump and operates firefighting equipment until extinguishment of fire. Assists with any other work as might be indicated by the type of emergency or as directed. • Assists in fire extinguishment depending on conditions and if so directed. • Cleans an assigned part of the fire station and grounds, cleans and services all Fire District equipment as assigned. • Keeps assigned equipment in a constant state of readiness, may be asked to do apparatus inspections and performs necessary maintenance and repair. Maintains records and submits reports as may be required. Participates in fire drills and attends classes in fire and medical techniques. • Performs housekeeping and maintenance duties at the station as assigned. May be asked to assist in inspecting hydrants, clearing weeds and brush, paints and marks hydrant locations. • Attends classes for training in firefighting techniques, hydraulics and other subject material. • Remove people from danger, performs emergency life support functions including the care and transportation of the sick and injured up to the individuals level of training. • Assists in instruction of fire personnel as needed in efficient and modern practices and principles of firefighting, emergency medical and rescue work. • May be asked to perform fire prevention inspections as assigned. • Attends schools and classes to learn advanced principles and techniques in use and operation of fire service apparatus, fire techniques and medical emergency skills. • Performs other related duties as assigned by superiors. • Performs tasks that involve exposure to blood, body fluids, or tissues that may be infectious with various Hepatitis Virus and Human Immunodeficiency Virus. Involves exposure to both indoor and outdoor environment including occasional exposure to extremes in temperature, dust, noise and other adverse psychological conditions. Also requires occasional exposure to chemicals, fumes and other hazards experienced in emergency situations.

This program requires residency within the Fire District boundaries. • Proof of eligibility to work in USA as per the I-9 immigration from requirements. Must be insurable by ERFD insurance carrier. • Must be 18 years of age. Valid driver’s license. • Successful background checks clearance. • Successful drivers license check clearance. • Successfully complete ERFD oral interview. • Successfully complete ERFD physical ability evaluation. • Successfully complete ERFD Firefighter’s Medical Physical • Successfully pass a UA drug screen. • Successful completion of the ERFD Orientation Academy. • Successful completion of NFPA Firefighter 1 • Successful completion of Wildland Interface Firefighter FFT2 • Successful completion of NFPA Operations Level Responder (Haz-Mat)

Volunteer Firefighter

Not a paid positon with the County. A Volunteer Firefighter responds to all types of fires and other emergencies; extinguishes fires and performs related life and property protection; provides emergency medical care. Examples of Duties: Depending on prior experience and certification performs actual firefighting duties or fire service support duties while participation in a training program. Supervision and instruction are received from higher-level personnel and/or certified instructors. Participates in fire department training and/or fire department sponsored training sessions Participates in housekeeping and maintenance of fire station and fire station grounds to include all facilities, equipment, and apparatus Participates in fire department programs such as: company inspections, business surveys, pre-fire planning, home safety surveys, blood pressure checks, CPR, first-aid, and other public safety education activities Under supervision prepares reports as required May participate with other firefighters and rescue personnel May perform firefighting/fire rescue duties providing the protection of life and property Performs other duties as assigned and/or required Supplemental Information: ADA Requirements While performing the essential functions of this job the employee is regularly required to use hand to fingers, handle or feel objects, tools, or controls; talk, hear, taste, and/or smell; lift and/or move up to 100 pounds; is frequently required to stand, walk, sit, and reach with hands and arms; occasionally required to climb, balance, stoop, kneel, crouch, or crawl; lift and/or move in excess of 100 pounds Specific vision abilities required include, but not limited to, close vision, distance vision, color vision, peripheral vision, depth perception, and the ability to focus Working Conditions: While performing the essential functions of this job, the employee is frequently exposed to outdoor weather conditions, moving mechanical parts, fumes or airborne particles, toxic or caustic chemicals, wet conditions, extreme cold or heat, risk of electrical shock, explosives, risk of radiation, and risk of exposure to infectious disease While performing the essential functions of this job, the employee is frequently required to be available and on call 24 hours per day

Qualifications: All requirements to become certified as a volunteer firefighter are governed by the state of Florida Statues 633, Florida Administrative Code 69A-37 and the Baker County Fire Department High School Diploma or equivalent (if 18 years old and presently enrolled in high school or GED program, must maintain a 2.0 GPA or Higher. Must be 18 years of age Successful completion of Background check, Drug Screening Have no convictions Must possess a valid Driver’s License Mental & Physical Abilities: Communicate effectively with groups of people of all ages Understand and follow oral and written instructions in English Communicate with the public and peers effectively and tactfully in difficult situations Establish and maintain effective working relationships with co-workers and supervisors Work as a team and accomplish organization and/or team goals and objectives Work varying hours for extended periods of time Operate complex technical equipment requiring mechanical aptitude, strength, and the ability to perform equipment functions under adverse conditions

volunteer firefighter, emergency medical responder, support staff

Bourbon County Fire District 3 is recruiting volunteers to serve in the six communities we proudly serve and protect. Volunteers are needed in the Bronson, Devon, Fulton, Hiattville, Mapleton, and Uniontown areas. We respond to all hazards including but not limited to structure fires, wildland fires, vehicle fires, motor vehicle collisions, emergency medical calls, hazardous materials spills, severe weather watches and a wide variety of others. Not all volunteers have to respond to every emergency, but someone has to respond to every emergency, we need your help!

Although it is suggested that volunteers live within the response area of BC3FD applicants living outside our response area will be considered on a case by case basis. Must be at least 18 years of age. Must possess a valid Kansas driver's license Must consent to a driving history check. Must consent to a criminal background check.

Looking for community volunteer EMT's and Firefighters

Looking for enthusiastic, committed and community oriented personnel to train as volunteer Firefighters and Emergency Medical Technicians. We provide uniforms, training, and many other benefits to our members. We also need community members to assist with various departmental endeavors such as fundraising, open house, and community outreach.

From 16 to 60, and passing the county physical, the biggest commitment here is time. 32 hours a month, more during the training period

All Opportunities Are Open

Seated in the valley by Mt. Rainier and in the distance Mt. St. Helens is our rural fire department. Currently we have under 20 volunteers. Our average age is 50ish and it is time for the young blood to fill our shoes. We need fire fighters, EMT's, AEMT's, drivers and support people (association members who help with water/food on fires). Chief and secretary position are only paid positions. Reimbursement checks once a year based on a point system. Training is paid by the department for both EMS and Fire. We house two ambulances, two engines, two tenders, two brush vehicles. We have three stations and are located against Forest Service boundaries and serve the White Pass Ski area. We are very community oriented.

Standard requirements for firefighting and certifications for EMT, AEMT and First Responders

Volunteer firefighter or EMT

We are looking for energetic volunteers help protect our community.

Physically and mentally fit. We will provide training in the Northern Kentucky Fire Recruit Class free of charge. We will also pay for you to attend Emergency Medical Technician class.

Firefighter

Policy Overview   The purpose of this policy is to identify who is eligible for membership in the Lake Hiawatha Fire Department and to describe the application and investigation process. In order to maintain high level of competency and proud traditions, the department must ensure that its new members meet or exceed our standards. Furthermore, it must be recognized that its not everyone, in fact most people, cannot endure the physical and mental challenges of firefighting. For this reason, those applicants who would be a danger to themselves or others as firefighters, must be identified.

Eligibility   A) Applicants must be between the ages of 18 and 40 years old   B) Applicants must live within the Township of Parsippany-Troy Hills, NJ   C) Applicants must have graduated from high school, vocational school, or possess an approved high school equivalency certificate.   D) Applicants must be of sound moral character.     1) Any applicant who has been convicted of a crime, or is currently under indictment, shall be ineligible for membership.     2) Any applicant who has been convicted of a Disorderly Persons offense must satisfactorily explain the circumstances of the offense to the investigation committee.   E) Applicants must be physically able to perform the duties of a firefighter, to be determined by a licensed physician.   If you would like to apply or speak with the Chief about joining, please stop in or leave a message at (973) 334-9560 with your name and contact info.

Volunteer firefighter/EMT or Auxillary support needed

We are always in short supply of volunteers and can use you, no matter your skill level. We have numerous positions. Check us out on Facebook under Lincoln Volunteer Fire Dept.

Clean driving record and no felonies. No skills needed. We will train you at no cost to you. Your drive dictates how far you can go.

Firefighter and/or EMS Provider Members

We are hiring Paid-on-Call members for the Fire and EMS Divisions. Paid on-call fire fighters and EMS personnel are the backbone of Windsor Township Emergency Services, and we need men and women to join us. Paid on-call firefighters/EMS personnel are your neighbors, your co-workers and your friends. They are men and women in all walks of like that live close to you and respond 24/7 when paged to deal with emergencies in the community. They are people of all ages, races and backgrounds. They are people who choose to give more then they take from their community. Just some of the benefits of joining our department include: - Protect and give back to your community - Paid training - Be a part of a fraternity that is dedicated to preserving life

Minimum requirements: - Valid Michigan drivers license - 18 years of age - Pass application process - Pass oral interview - Pass employment background and reference checks - Time commitment - Live within Windsor Township.

FIREFIGHTER, EMT, FIREFIGHTER/EMT, FIRE POLICE, ADMINISTRATIVE, AND COMPANY SUPPORT

The Dalton Fire Company needs you! We are looking for all types of members from those who will fight the fires, respond to emergencies and be Emergency Medical Providers, to those who are willing to help in the background we need your help also. Junior Firefighter Program - Ages 14 to 17 Years. Regular Active Members - 18 years or over. Dalton volunteer firefighters provide emergency services to the Borough of Dalton and surrounding communities, such as West Abington Twp, North Abington Twp, La Plume Twp, Glenburn Twp, and Waverly Twp. These services include but are not limited to fire suppression, response to environmental, weather related emergencies, motor vehicle accidents and other life threatening events.

No experience necessary, but previous experience a plus. The fire company will train or send you to training. Personal protective Equipment will be assigned. Completion of fire company application, background check, and interview are required.

Firefighter

The Centerville Volunteer Fire Department is accepting applications for the position of a firefighter. Applications can be picked up at the department at 30 E. Center

Make all required department trainings and business meetings and maintain certification as firefighter.

Associate Member (Fundraising)

- Non-operational position - Establish and maintain a working knowledge of department fundraising activities, policy, and processes - Provides direct support to the department’s fundraising efforts by attending events, managing relationships with indivi

- Willingness to be a part of an organization dedicated to serving the local community - At least 18 years of age and in good standing with enrolled school, occupation, or employer - Able to successfully complete a local and national background check -

EMT Reserve/ Intern

Mile High Rescue Squad EMT Reserves are the volunteer EMT and Paramedics that support the Mile High Rescue Squad Special Event Medical Services Program. Reserves are also key in mentoring our explorers in a career in Emergency Medical Services. Reserves also have the potential of being hired on to MHRS as a full time paid staff member with Mile High Rescue Squad. If you love to volunteer and give back to the community in a fulfilling matter please volunteer with us! We ask that you complete the required application and send back with the required documents to our corporate headquarters! We are always excited to welcome new people onto our team of hardworking and positive people! EMT Interns with Mile High Rescue Squad get real life hands on experience with the other first Responders with Mile High Rescue Squad in having a career in EMS. Our interns get real life hands on experience learning the basics to get their career off to a great start. Interns will learn things such as sick vs. not sick and much much more. Interns also get experience in using patient contact forms, communications, etc. Interns will focus on the importance of quick effective patient care, patient assessments, and decisions.

Requirements: ● Valid National Registry EMT or Paramedic Certification ● Valid State of Colorado EMT or Paramedic Certification ● Valid American Heart Association BLS CPR ● High School Diploma or GED ● Valid Colorado Driver’s License ● 38 Hours per Month ● Annual TB Test ● Annual Flu Shot Paramedic Requirements ONLY: ● Current American Heart Association ACLS Certification ● Current American Heart Association PALS Certification ● Current PHTLS Certification EMT Requirements ONLY: ● IV Certification ● EKG Certification or the ability to obtain with in 6 months of hire. Reimbursement upon successful certification. Intern Requirements ONLY: ● Current AHA BLS CPR ● Current NREMT at start of internship

Firefighter - Rescue Tech

Who We Are We provide fire protection, all types of rescue services, haz mat incidents, as well as public education. We maintain this level of service through training. Agency affiliation allows individuals to receive continuing education training at no cost to them, through the community college system of North Carolina. What We Do We are a group of over 600 dedicated volunteers in fire and rescue services . Our role is to help save lives and protect property. We serve as receiving point for individuals who wish to volunteer with fire and rescue agencies throughout Onslow County. We will collect your information and send to the agency closest to where you live. Each agency has their own protocols concerning membership.

Contact us at the link below and we will provide you with further details. http://getconnected.volunteeronslow.org/agency/detail/?agency_id=8607

Volunteer fireman

Firefighter

Help fight fires and work accident scenes as needed

firefighter and/or emt

Are you willing to give back to your community? positions open in all areas, 100% of training is provided free of charge. Firefighters, EMT's, fire police all wanted!

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Firefighter

Volunteers needed for small rural fire dept in central NJ, Monmouth County.

Ages 16-18 for Junior Firefighters and 18-50 for active firefighters. Training and equipment will be provided, no prior experience is necessary.

EMT's and Paramedics

Provide EMS coverage for the citizens and visitors of the Town of Northfield Massachusetts. Northfield EMS is a paramedic level municipal third service staffed by mostly volunteers who respond from home by pager to approximately 325 calls a year. The current rate as of 7/1/2017 is $17hr for calls. Other opportunities for daily shift coverage exists with preference given to ALS providers at the $17hr rate.

Preferred - currently Massachusetts certified EMT's and Paramedics that live within a reasonable response area of the borders of Northfield Massachusetts. All levels must hold a valid BLS CPR at the healthcare provider level card, a valid drivers license and be able to pass a CORI check. Paramedics must also hold a valid ACLS card. For ALS providers who reside outside a reasonable response area for on call status, must pass a pre employment physical and commit to a minimum shift per week. Consideration will be given to those that will enter into a certification course within 6 months. Financial assistance is available to those who agree to a two year active service agreement with the department.

Social Member

The Hughestown Hose Company is seeking individuals interested in Social Membership. Social Membership entitles member to be active non-emergency members of the department. This level is ideal for those that would like to volunteer but may not have the ability or desire to engage in firefighting or emergency medical incidents. Social Members often are involved in: - Planning and participating in fund raising activities. - Representing the department in public and community events. -Assist in administrative positions of the department such as secretary, treasurer, handyman, and other roles. - Provide food and refreshments to emergency personnel at emergency scenes.

All applicants must have or submit to a PA State Police Criminal History Check and a PA Childline Child Abuse Record Check. Social members may join the department at 14 years of age and older. The duties and activities that social members can engage in may be limited based upon age. Regardless of age, social members are restricted from participating in emergency operations of the department including incidents and training.

Volunteer Firefighter

If you would like to volunteer as a firefighter or support staff please give us consideration. At Belforest everyone is wanted and there is a job for everyone.

We can use everyone so we will train you for the job you want to do.

Volunteer Firefighter

The City of Goodland Fire Department and The Sherman County Rural Fire Department are accepting applications for Volunteer Firefighters. Personnel will be compensated for their time and service. The City of Goodland Fire Department and the Sherman County Rural Fire Department have multiple positions open. Anyone interested in volunteering as a firefighter, please apply in person with Fire Chief Brian James at the City/County Emergency Services Building located at 1006 Center Ave. Goodland, KS. If you have any questions about being a Volunteer Firefighter, please contact Fire Chief Brian James at: 785-890-4545.

Resident in Sherman County KS Willingness to train and learn to be a firefighter.

Firefighters, EMTs, and others

Experienced or not, we'd love to talk to you about how you can apply your talents and passions, whatever they may be, toward serving the Redding community.

Integrity, interest, passion, professionalism

Volunteer Firefighter and/or EMT (paid on call)

Be part of the tradition. Be part of the excitement. Be part of the community. Ever wondered what its like to ride in a fire truck with lights and sirens? Ever thought about helping your neighbors? Ever wanted to be a firefighter? If so then The Dunlap Fire Protection District could be the very place for you. Not only do you get to serve your community in a very rewarding way but you get to experience numerous lifetime benefits like the following... -In house top notch training program -Possible progression into a lifetime career -Enhance or develop your teamwork and leadership skills -Possible financial assistance to obtain fire service and EMS related certifications and many more rewarding opportunities. If joining us is something that interests you, feel free to reach out to find out more info. We hope to hear from you soon!

Requirments: 18 years of age, Possess a High School Diploma or GED equivalent, Live in the Dunlap Fire Protection District or surrounding area, Pass a physical, drug screen, and perform the physical and mental tasks of the job. *note final acceptance is decided upon by the Fire Chief.*

Reserve Firefighter

Windsor Severance Fire Rescue is a widely respected All Hazards Fire Rescue organization with 3 stations responding to over 2800 calls for service per year. We are a true combination agency whose reserves are challenged to exceed personal expectations. Our reserves operate up to the level of their training and abilities filling qualified roles on in-station first due assignments. Volunteering with WSFR is one of the best ways to obtain the necessary training and experience to be an attractive candidate for a career position in the fire industry while serving the community. Additionally, WSFR gives preference to internal candidates for open career positions before considering external candidates. Benefits In addition to providing necessary training and experience WSFR also offers the following benefits to all of our volunteers: • Additional paid training / certifications such as Emergency Medical Technician • Monnth stipend • Employee Assistance Program • Annual Uniform Allowance • Tuition Reimbursement and Scholarship opportunities • Continuing Education and Advance Training Opportunities • Career Guidance • Flexible Shift Scheduling • Monthly Incentive Awards • Access to Station Fitness Center • Camaraderie We actively recruit new reserves 2 times each year but we accept application at any time. For more information about our reserve program or to submit an application online please visit our web site at http://www.wsfr.us and select the volunteer link from the top of the page.

Your role as a volunteer firefighter with Windsor Severance Fire Rescue is a very critical component to our operations. In fact you will be required to perform the same tasks and activities of a career firefighter. Life Safety is the number 1 priority in the fire service and is the foundation for WSFR eligibility requirements: • Must be at least 18 years of age • Must possess a high school diploma or GED • Must possess a valid Colorado Driver’s license • Must be qualified for employment in the United States • Must be in excellent physical condition • Must possess a FF1 Colorado State Certification or be willing to attend a FF1 Academy • Must possess an EMTb certification (within 3 years of start date) • Must commit to a minimum of 36 hours/month in house. • Must attend required training • Must attend community/public events

Firefighter/ Emt

We are a volunteer dept looking for more young firefighters and emts to run calls in our area . Volunteers are hard to find in todays world but there are lots of benefits for being a volunteer . Free training for you if your looking to someday work as a fulltime firefighter the things u can learn as a volunteer can help you learn skills needed to become a good firefighter .

Must be willing to volunteer and run calls when needed also to be able to attend monthly meeting and training sessions . Must have a drivers liscense and live within or very close to our coverage area .

Volunteer Firefighter

Aberdeen Fire Department, Inc. is seeking motivated community oriented individuals searching for opportunities to serve the Aberdeen community as a volunteer firefighter. No prior experience necessary. An exciting and very important service that provides all uniforms, training and equipment at no cost to you. Offers a wide variety of skills and technical training once you have completed Basic Firefighting and Emergency Medical training. Marketable skills include Hazardous Materiel mitigation, EMT/Paramedic certification and National Registry, Technical Rescue (machinery, collapse, high angle ropes, Trench, Confined Space,and Swift water). Other training includes Safety and Safety Officer, Emergency Vehicle Operator and several Administrative courses. All courses are Accredited College level courses through the University of Maryland. Of course, Cruising down the road with lights and sirens, saving lives and property of your neighbors and community is the most amazing and rewarding experience one can experience. Climb aboard and Be Someone's Hero!

Requirements to become a Probationary and eventual Active member includes: 1. Completion of Application and supporting paperwork. 2. Background check 3. Medical Physical 4. Interview with Board of Directors 5. Completion of In-house Training requirements

Volunteer Rescue Responder

A volunteer rescue responder with the Cannon County Rescue Squad, Inc. is an exciting opportunity to help serve in Cannon County, Woodbury, and Auburntown, Tennessee. Responders carry two-way radios and are dispatched from their homes to respond to a wide array of emergencies. Our primary type of response is to motor vehicle collisions. We use the world famous Jaws-of-Life to free victims from wreckage. We also respond to all of technical rescue needs of Cannon County, Woodbury, and Auburntown. Other type mission include water rescue, land search and rescue, animal rescue, vertical/cave/confined space rescue, farm rescue, disaster response, and adverse weather response.

1. Must have a valid Tennessee Driver’s License. Applicants may be denied Membership based on their having a restriction against their Driver’s License. 2. Must have reached his/her 18th birthday. a. The Cannon County Rescue Squad, Inc. will accept applications for Junior Squad Members on the basis of the applicant reaching his/her 16th birthday. i. A Junior Applicant must have a signed written statement from his/her parents and/or legal guarding, stating that they will not hold the Cannon County Rescue Squad, Inc. responsible for any accidents which may occur until the Junior applicant has reached his/her 18th birthday. 3. Must be of good moral character. 4. Must be able to perform, or assist in required duties of the Cannon County Rescue Squad, Inc. 5. Must become familiar with the use of all rescue equipment. 6. Must attend meetings, drills, and all functions of the Squad. 7. Must become Vehicle Extrication Certified within twelve (12) months of becoming a Member of the Squad. 8. To quality for membership, an applicant must be a legal citizen of the United States, or must be a nationalized citizen of the United States, or must posses a legal permit to live and work in the United States. 9. New applicants will be denied Membership if they have a felony conviction against their record. Persons with previous felony convictions will be allowed to apply for Membership if and when the felony conviction is expunged from their record.

Firefighter/Department Support

We are an all volunteer organization located in the village of Gap. Our apparatus includes a 2017 E-One Pumper, a 2002 E-One Ladder Truck, and a 2010 Pierce Rescue Pumper with hydraulic rescue tools. We normally average between 270-300 calls for service each year and our training and meeting nights are held on Monday evenings. Please visit our website or Facebook page for more info on volunteering or stop by our station on any Monday evening. Thanks for your interest!

Willingness to learn and help out in our community. Training opportunities and classes will be provided at no cost to you.

Auxiliary member

Provide support to the three forks volunteer firefighters. By providing food for firefighters on long calls, helping with community events and fund raising.

Willing to help..

Volunteer Firefighter

Individuals needed to assist in answering emergency responses, including fire, haz-mat, and medical responses. No experience required training is provided at local community college free of charge. Excellent benefits and some pay included. All interested applicants please call Stanley Fire Department and leave name and number, or simply come by and pick up an application.

18 Years of Age Valid Drivers License High School Diploma Clean Criminal Background Completion of Drug Screening

Firefighter & EMTs

Looking for people who are willing to learn and serve their community. We provide Fire, EMS and Rescue services for a small community and the surrounding area.

We will train or provide training. Must be motivated and have the willingness to learn and give time to the community.

Volunteer Firefighters

Stewart County Fire Rescue (SCFR) is looking for entry level volunteer firefighters. Don't worry if you don't have a firefighter background because our volunteers are very diverse and come from all walks of life. We will provide all the training and equipment at no cost to you. You will learn life saving skills and experience the excitement that comes with running emergency calls. If you have any questions SCFR members would be glad to assist you. You can also visit our web page at SCFR.org and click on the Downloads link for a Member Application.

Must be at least 16 years old for the Cadet Program +18 for An Entry Level Firefighter Must have a valid drivers license Must pass a background check Must attend training events as needed

Volunteer Firefighter

PVFD welcomes motivated and service minded individuals who are committed to lifelong learning and who will display and uphold the values of the department. Our volunteers perform responsible and challenging duties associated with fire suppression, rescue, basic or advanced life support, Hazmat and/or fire prevention. Joining our team as an emergency responder has unique benefits and provides challenging opportunities: - Working in a rural community that includes single occupancy homes and apartment complexes, interstates and highways, and providing support to our fellow firefighters in other communities. - Joining one of our special operations teams, such as hazardous materials, technical rescue or swift water rescue teams and/or bomb squad; - Serving in a wide variety of functional areas such as fire prevention, emergency communications, logistics, health and safety, human resources and training; - Collaborating with other regional fire and rescue departments and state and federal agencies who are dedicated to ensuring the safety of our community and region through an all hazards approach;

We will find a way to use you. Show up.

Volunteer EMS Responder

EMS In District and Out of District volunteers are members who are physician assistants, registered nurses, EMTs or paramedics that desire to respond on only medical calls. Medical incidents make up about 70% of our calls for service. The time commitment for this position is about 12-24 hours each month. Our goal is to maintain 10 EMS Responders.

physician assistants; or registered nurses; or EMT; or Paramedics

Fire fighter

Looking for volunteer fire fighters, who have the desire to serve community and help people.

the desire to serve community and be a fire fighter, positive attitude, EMS certs are not required but we do respond to medical call to assist the ambulance so it is an asset, friendly and have a desire to learn

Volunteer Firefighter

Active members needed for volunteer fire company. Including all positions from firefighters to support staff including clerical positions. We will train you to help us and the community at no cost to you.

Between the ages of 16 to 45

Volunteer Firefighter/emt

Our fire department is mostly rural and we are always in need of volunteers. We are on a paid per call status . We do everything from medical assist for the local ambulance service to vehicle extrication to fires. We love what we do. Come out and see

If selected you will be put thru the State of Ohio vol. firefighter basic class. Must be able to do team work and work with the community.

Volunteer Fireman

***VOLUNTEERS NEED*** The Gibson County Fire Department is looking for self-motivated individuals that have a desire to serve their community. The positions available are for drivers, medical responders, and firefighters.

Valid Tennessee Drivers License At least 18 years old No felony convictions All training can be provided in house.

VolunteernFirefighter

Want to Volunteer to help your community. Get valuable life saving training come talk to us about being a Firefighter for Hamilton Township Vol Fire Company.

18 years old, valid drivers license. Able to pass a drug screen and back ground check.

Volunteer Firefighter, EMT & Support Personnel

Actively seeking volunteer firefighters & EMT's. All training and equipment provided.

Must be 15 years of age or older.

Volunteer Firefighter/ Department Member

If you have ever had a desire to make a genuine difference in our community, to be of service to others during their greatest time of need or be a part of a group that shares a unique camaraderie, then now is the time to consider volunteering. The time to volunteer is not after tragedy strikes, but rather before it strikes so you have the training on hand to minimize the effects of that tragedy. There are many roles to fill. We respond to a variety of calls, ranging from fires, to motor vehicle accidents, to damage caused by storms. If attacking flames is not for you, then realize there are many other tasks we perform. We can find a task you are comfortable performing. Of course, if you have the desire and drive to face the flames and battle them to the end… with proper training you can do just that!

Must be 16 years of age or older. Must have a positive attitude and a true desire to want to help others. Must be willing to donate some personal time to attend monthly meetings, training, and help at fundraisers (couple hours a month). [Volunteer firefighters do many things at the fire department, the most important of which is train. Adequate training ensures the safety of the entire fire crew, and as such, the department has minimum training requirements in place. Training time commitment ranges from a few hours a month to courses that span several evenings.]

Firefighter

As a Northwest Harris Volunteer Firefighter you will serve the community by responding to a wide variety of situations, ranging from emergencies that immediately threaten life or property to routine citizen requests for information or assistance. You will be expected to perform within the scope of the policies and procedures of the Northwest Harris VFD and you will perform duties in the following general categories: fire suppression, emergency medical aid or rescue, hazardous material responses, training, building inspections and public education. Here at Northwest Harris VFD our Volunteer Firefighters normally work under the supervision of a company officer and you will be expected to function effectively as part of a highly trained team. You will also be expected to perform your duties under adverse conditions and physical conditions that may pose a high risk of personal injury or exposure to hazardous conditions or infectious diseases. As a Northwest Harris Volunteer FF you will be required to attend 4, 2 hour, regularly scheduled training classes in order to maintain the high level of knowledge, skill and ability necessary to function safely and effectively as a Firefighter and First Responder EMS provider in accordance with state law, county protocols, and standard operating procedures. The work performance of all Volunteer firefighters is continuously evaluated for general knowledge, skill proficiency, and ability to work as part of a team.

As a Basic Volunteer Firefighter, You will attend the Basic Volunteer Firefighter with Live Fire course( 95 training hours) your first year. This course meets the current mandatory training for volunteer firefighters who will be serving in a response and mitigation capacity as required by Georgia Firefighters Standards and Training Council. To be state certified as a firefighter in Georgia; You must be at least 18 years old. Be in good physical condition as determined by a medical examination. Be employed or assigned as a full-time, part-time, or volunteer firefighter at a certified fire department. You need to hold either a High School Diploma or G.E.D. Show good moral character. Successfully complete the Georgia Firefighter Standards and Training Council's approved physical agility test.

Firefighter and First Responder

Pickett Post-Camp Oak Fire Department is a volunteer department that is dedicated to serving our residents in our fire district through responding to any Fire/Rescue and Emergency Medical Calls and when we help the community in public service at events and through the schools that we educate. We take great pride in ensuring that our department members are well trained and have the necessary gear to get the job done which we will provide the gear and make sure that you have the training necessary.

Need to be at least 18 years of age and at least a high school diploma. Must be able to pass a background check and positive attitudes are always encouraged.

Firefighter/First Responder

Piney Point is always looking for firefighters and medical first responders. Piney Point is located in NW Arkansas in the SE corner of Benton County, midway between Rogers, AR and Eureka Springs, AR. Piney Point has the largest response area in Arkansas, with 5 stations, 5 engines, 2 tenders, 2 brush trucks, and 4 rescue/utility vehicles. We respond to approximately 180 calls a year

You'll need to be able to pass a background check by the county, and take the required Arkansas basic firefighter classes on Intro to firefighting, PPE, and Wildlands Fire Fighting. We'll train you, no prior experience needed.

Firefighter

Would you like to help your local community? Then we are looking for you! We can use help with various firefighting activities and trainings along with a variety of fundraising opportunities. Help is needed all throughout the year.

State police background check and child abuse history clearances are required, as per the state.

Wildland Firefighter

The Hughestown Hose Conpany is currently seeking Wildland Firefighters. The department is part of a specialized Wildland Strike Team in cooperation with the PA DCNR Bureau of Forestry. This Wildland task force responds to brush fires and forest fires throughout Northeastern and Central Pennsylvania.

All applicants must have or submit to a PA State Police Criminal History Check and a PA Childline Child Abuse Record Check. Personnel are encouraged to be age 18 years or older. Junior Firefighters, 14 years old to 17 years old, may join and train but will be limited to the duties they may perform. Previous training in fire, rescue, or EMS is strongly encouraged but not necessary. Current Ceritification in PA Act 130: Wildland Firefighting and S-190: Introduction to Wildland Firefighting is strongly encouraged. Proof of these certifications are required. The department will help to provide PA Act 130 and S-190 training at no expense but these classes are extremely limited in offerings throughout the year. Some of these courses have recently become available online but still require a face to face practical exam. Applicants should be in good health and physical shape as wildland firefighting operations often occur in remote areas, require traversing rugged terrain, and engage in extended operations ranging from several hours to as long as several days.

VOLUNTEER

Riverdale Heights is a 100% Volunteer station. Come and join our family.

No experience necessary. We will train you.

Jr. Firefighter

Jr. Firefighters are allowed to participate in training alongside the Firefighters and serve in a limited capacity on an emergency scene. Becoming a Jr. Firefighter gives youths a head start on completing training to become a firefighter. All needed training is conducted at the fire station. It also allows youths to build a resume, learn job skills, be eligible for scholarships, and gives access to job opportunities. All needed equipment is provided by the department. Come join us and become a member of a GREAT organization!

The applicant must be between the ages of 14-17, good academic standing with your school, and willing to complete training.

Firefighter, EMT

We are currently looking for volunteers who are willing to go the required certification schools to be certified as firefighters or EMTs. If you are alredy certified as firefighter or EMT we welcome you also. Remlap Fire has an ISO class rating of 6/9.

18 YOA High School Diploma Good Health

Firefighters, EMT's and Fire Police and support personnel

We have an immediate need for firefighters, EMT's, Fire Police and support personnel.

At least 16 years old, physically capable with a sincere interest in serving our community.

volunteer and volunteer fire science residenet

Go To College For FREE Volunteer and Resident Fire Fighters Chelan County Fire District 1, 136 S Chelan, Wenatchee WA 98801 509-662-4734 We are currently recruiting for volunteer and Resident Firefighters who will enrolled in Wenatchee Valley College Fire Science programs. Resident fire science students receive benefits such as living accommodations, training, meal stipends, work experience and tuition reimbursement. For more information give us a call, ask for Deputy Chief Glen Widener or visit our website: chelancountyfire.com

Must be 18 years old, we will train.

Volunteer Fire, EMS, and Search & Rescue personnel

Botetourt County is looking for volunteers in the community to support fire and Emergency Medical Services agencies in the communities of Blue Ridge, Read Mountain, Troutville, Buchanan, Fincastle, Eagle Rock, and Glen Wilton. The county also has a volunteer Search & Rescue group that responds to incidents involving lost, missing or injured people in the rural and wilderness setting.

Minimum of 16 year of age. Must be able to pass background check conducted by the Virginia Office of EMS and submit to initial drug testing. (If under the age of 18, must have parents consent). Training opportunities are provided for initial training and certification for different fire, EMS, and Search & Rescue programs.

Firefighter/EMT

Volunteers needed. Need volunteers to compliment our staffing levels. The newer construction in our area has caused increased the number of firefighters needed on the scene. No prior training required. Potential members will have to meet with a membership committee, pass a background and drug test, and serve a brief probationary period.

Must pass background and drug test, and have a valid driver's license.

Emergency Medical Services Volunteer

We are seeking community oriented volunteers interested in emergency medical services. The Fire District serves the community of Crooked River Ranch in Jefferson and Deschutes County, Oregon. It is the largest private subdivision in the state of Oregon. Emergency Medical Services Volunteers perform all duties related to treating and transporting patients for the Fire District but are not required to become firefighters. Continuing education is provided to all Emergency Medical Services Volunteers through monthly scheduled training and conferences.

Must be 18 years of age, Must have a valid Oregon Driver's License, Minimum of an Oregon Emergency Medical Technician, Must have a high school diploma or GED, Must pass a NFPA medical screening and drug test.

Firefighter

If you've got the heart to serve your community in ways few can, we've got volunteer opportunities for you. Applications may be obtained at New Martinsville City Hall during regular business hours or by contacting Chief Couch at the number listed below.

You must live in the New Martinsville area, have a desire to help others, and a willingness to complete the proper training.

Firefighters and EMT's

Our department was established in 1831 and has been providing quality emergency service to our beautiful town of Bethel, Connecticut ever since. We are 100% volunteer and are committed to finding people to help grow our department.

A copy of our application can be found on our website www.bvfd.com and is open to any person 18 years or older who lives in, or near the Bethel Volunteer Fire Department's primary response area are eligible to join.

Firefighter/EMT

Minot Fire-Rescue is a volunter/paid on call department serving the community of Minot. Currently we are in need of volunteers who have experience in patient care, firefighting or are willing to learn. This is a rewarding opportunity to give back to your community and help others in their time of need. Members of the Minot Fire Department respond to fires, car accidents, medical emergencies and many other events called into the Androscoggin Regional 911 center. Members do receive an hourly wage based on experience and certification levels while assisting at an emergency scene, attending our monthly trainings/meetings or while at other department sanctioned events. Members of the Minot Fire-Rescue Dept also participate in various community events and provide fire safety education to the students of the Minot Consolidated School every October. To learn more about this opportunity contact Dale Doughty at (207) 329-8337.

A background in the medical field, military or fire service is preferred but we will train those willing to learn. Must be at least 16 years old with parental permission to participate in training. Must be 18 or older to become a full member. Must be relatively physically fit and be able to pass a background check. Not all members serve in a full firefighting capacity so those not willing, certified or able to enter a burning building are welcome and will be trained to assist with other responsibilities and support roles.

Ladysmith Volunteer Fire Company Member

We are currently seeking members from our Community to serve in a myriad of capacities. We in need of motivated individuals that would be willing to fill the role of Firefighter, EMT, Administrative help and/or support our fundraising and community education efforts. We are 1 of 6 Volunteer Fire Companies in Caroline County, VA that is within our combined system of Caroline County Fire and Rescue. Caroline County provides all training and equipment at no cost. We have a stipend program and other recruitment and retention plans in effect to help support our members. Our Company runs 1 Engine, 1 Squad and 1 Brush Unit and averages well over 1,000 calls a year making our station the busiest in our system annually. We require 24 hrs. of activity monthly to stay active within our Fire Company. We can be found on Facebook (LVFC2) and at ladysmithfire.org.

We require 24 hrs. of activity monthly to stay active within our Fire Company. We can be found on Facebook (LVFC2) and at ladysmithfire.org. Members seeking to be a Firefighter/EMT have 24 months in which to obtain all minimum training requirements as outlined by Caroline County Fire and Rescue.

Paid-on-Call Firefighter

Summary Job Description Under the supervision and general direction of a Department Officer protects life and property by performing fire fighting, emergency medical services, hazardous materials, technical rescue, and fire prevention duties. Major Duties/Essential Functions Performs firefighting activities including driving fire apparatus, operating pumps and related equipment, laying hose, and performing fire combat, containment and extinguishment tasks. Operates and performs maintenance checks on all fire department vehicles and equipment. Maintains fire equipment and apparatus. Performs minor repairs to departmental equipment. Performs duties as a certified Firefighter/EMT according to criteria and standards set forth by the department. Responds as a member of a medical team to bring basic or advanced emergency medical care to the citizens of the community. Prepares written reports and maintains records. Performs duties as a Fire Apparatus Driver and Pump Operator, when assigned. Conducts demonstrations, tours, and public speeches on fire safety, fire prevention, CPR, fire extinguisher, smoke detectors, first-aid, and other subjects to the public. Presents programs to the community on safety, medical, and fire prevention topics. Participates in fire drills, attends classes in firefighting, emergency medical services, hazardous materials, and related subjects. Operates radio and other communication equipment. Performs general maintenance work in the upkeep of fire facilities and equipment; cleans and washes walls and floors; cares for grounds around station; makes minor repairs; washes, hangs and dries hose; washes, cleans, polishes, maintains and tests apparatus and equipment. Minor Duties/Responsibilities Assists in developing plans for special assignments such as Homeland Security emergency preparedness, hazardous communications, training programs, firefighting, hazardous materials, and emergency aid activities. Keeps all equipment and hand tools clean and operating smoothly; services assigned equipment with fuel and oil; safety checks. Establishes and maintains a positive working relationship with members of the community and other employees. Attends training courses, meetings, and conferences as directed. May be required to confer with citizens on problems, concerns and accidents. Confers with assigned officer on a regular basis, discussing work processes, incidents, problems and plans and receiving advice, counseling and instruction. Supervision/Accountability Works under the general supervision of an officer Knowledge Knowledge and understanding of work rules, and Standard Operating Guidelines. Knowledge of national, state and local laws and fire/safety codes. Knowledge of fire protection systems, water supply, building construction, natural and man-made disasters, fire control and extinguishment, and combustible and flammable materials. Extensive knowledge of City geography including streets, fire hydrant locations and the building numbering system. Thorough knowledge of occupational hazards and standard safety precautions necessary in the work. Knowledge of policies and procedures established for the department. Working knowledge of driver safety; working knowledge of emergency medical services. Skill/Ability Ability to learn the operation of fire suppression and other emergency equipment. Ability to learn to apply standard firefighting, emergency aid, hazardous materials, and fire prevention techniques. Ability to perform strenuous or peak physical effort during emergency, training or station maintenance activities for prolonged periods of time under conditions of extreme heights, intense heat, cold or smoke. Ability to act effectively in emergency and stressful situations; ability to communicate effectively orally and in writing. Skilled in all types of equipment and vehicle operation. Ability to deal with difficult working conditions and all types of weather. Ability to work in high places and in hazardous areas. Good communication skills, both written and verbal, with an ability to create effective interpersonal relationships with coworkers and citizens. Ability to follow written and oral instructions, read maps and understand basic construction and engineering drawings. The ability to accept responsibility, to make decisions and to effectively prioritize work. Ability to ensure and follow standard safety practices and procedures. Ability to speak and understand the English language fluently and use proper grammar, punctuation and spelling. Ability to prepare, organize and maintain office data, reports and systems. Ability to perform required mathematical computations. License/Certifications Possession of a valid Wisconsin Motor vehicle operator’s license required. Must be certifiable as an Emergency Medical Technician. Must be certifiable as a Wisconsin Firefighter Level I. Wisconsin Fire Apparatus Drivers/Operator or per NFPA 1001/02. The loss of a license or certification may be cause for demotion or termination. Education/Experience Any combination equivalent to education and experience that provides the required knowledge and skills is qualifying. Typical qualifications would be equivalent to possession of a high school diploma or GED. Physical Demands and Abilities The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. While performing the duties of this job, the employee is regularly required to use hands to reach, finger, handle, feel or operate objects, tools, or controls and reach with hands and arms. The employee is regularly required to stand and talk or hear. The employee is regularly required to walk; stand; sit; climb or balance; stoop, kneel, crouch, or crawl; and taste or smell. The employee must be able to run, swim, grapple, climb, balance, bend and twist while performing normal operations. The employee must frequently lift, pull and/or move 100 pounds for extended periods and occasionally in excess of 100 pounds. Must be certified to wear a respirator. The tasks listed below describe more specifically the abilities required for the position. 1. Stamina - vent a roof, pull charged hose line, strip roof with pike pole, climb stairs with equipment, carry hose up multiple flights. 2. Extend Flexibility - roll/pull hose, remove ceiling with poles, push ladder to peak, reach out from ladder, chop with ax, extricate victim, overhaul burned building, and remove building parts. 3. Dynamic Flexibility - chop with ax, pick up hose, advance hose, strip roof, perform CPR/chest compression. 4. Static Strength - carry hose, lift/carry victim/patient, move charged hose, lift ladder, move generator. 5. Explosive Strength - force entry with ax/battering ram, raise ladder, run up stairs with equipment, breach walls, pull advance hose, chop with ax to vent roof. 6. Dynamic Strength - climb ladder/stairs in full turnout with equipment, climb aerial ladder. 7. Trunk Strength - pull charged hose, perform CPR, pick up equipment at fire, hold hose on fire target, lift victim. 8. Speed Limb Movement - dodge debris, chop with ax, use mask, pump manual pump, exit burning building, perform CPR, run/drive rig. 9. Gross Body Coordination - climb/descend ladder with victim, advance charged line while maintaining flow on target, walk across roof ridge, operate power saw. 10. Gross Body Equilibrium - walk icy roof peak at night, carry patient down stairs, swing ax from ladder. 11. Arm-Hand Steadiness - take blood pressure/pulse, operate power tools, perform CPR, apply traction to limb/neck of victim, and connect hose couplings. 12. Manual Dexterity - couple hoses; perform CPR, bandage patient, use tools/extraction equipment, use air bag ventilator, tie knots, use SCBA. 13. Finger Dexterity - maintain/open SCBA equipment, bandage patient, remove object from patient airway with Magill forceps, tie knots, perform infant CPR. 14. Near Vision - patient assessment, read manuals/pump control panel. 15. Far Vision - drive to fire, visualization of fire condition, see power lines for safe ladder placement, see addresses. 16. Visual Color Discrimination - determine fire status/hazards by smoke color, identify highway placards, assess patient. 17. Hearing - hear call for help in burning building, hear fire crackle in dense smoke, hear blood pressure. 18. Mobility - advance hose line, climb ladder, search/rescue in building, move on roof, slide down pole, get on/off equipment. 19. Effort - chop/vent roof, overhaul burned buildings, advance charged line up stairs, climb stairs/ladder, use ax. Work Environment The work environment characteristics described here are representative of those an employee encounters while performing the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. The noise level in the work environment is usually moderate, except during certain firefighting or EMT activities when noise levels may be loud. Fire scenes or ambulance responses can be to areas of confined workspaces or heights. Exposure to extreme cold and normal, or hot and normal temperature changes. Contact with water or liquids. Exposure to loud noise with a minimum of 90 decibels and vibrations from tools, equipment, machinery, etc. Exposure to hazardous conditions such as; mechanical, electrical, chemical, burns, explosives, heights, physical injury, and fast moving vehicles. Exposure to atmospheric conditions such as fumes, gases, noxious odors, dust, and poor ventilation. Exposure to blood borne pathogens, i.e., blood on self and clothing from EMS related calls. Tools and Equipment Used Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. The ability to use the following tools and equipment is essential to perform the functions of this job: emergency medical aid unit, fire apparatus, fire pumps, hoses, and other standard firefighting equipment; ladders, first aid equipment, radio, pager, personal computer and telephone. Must be able to operate measuring devices, power tools, hand tools, chain saws, shovels, brooms, ladders, air tools, exhaust fans, and generators. Must be able to operate car, fire truck, van and ambulance. Must be able to apply patient restraints, firstaid equipment, oxygen, blood pressure equipment, defibrillators, test equipment, general medical equipment, patient lifting devices and breathing apparatus. Must wear steel tip boots, hearing and eye protection fire fighting turn-out clothing, and hazardous materials protective clothing.

1. Reside within 15 miles of the Lake Geneva City Limit 2. High school diploma or acceptable high school equivalency certificate. If G.E.D., present certified test score.

Volunteer firefighter

Extinguishing and preventing fires. Providing manpower for Rescue/Hazmat Incidents. Performing all duties in accordance with standing orders and other department regulations.

Stop the fire department for an application and a list of requirements.

Firefighter

Seeking individuals who want to serve their community serving as a Firefighter.

Valid ID, vlean criminal history, desire to serve the community.

Firefighter/EMS

The Volunteer Firefighter/EMT drives or rides an emergency vehicle in response to fire, rescue and emergency medical events, hazardous materials response/mitigation and routine requests for help or assistance. In the performance of their duties, the Volunteer Firefighter/EMT places equipment, lays and connects hose; operates high-capacity pumps and directs water streams; raises and climbs ladders; uses chemical extinguishers, safety belts, lines and hooks and uses self-contained breathing apparatus. The Volunteer Firefighter/EMT may enter burning buildings as part of a fire suppression team, perform ventilation tasks above ground, carry heavy objects and equipment and rescue injured or trapped victims. The Volunteer Firefighter/EMT also responds to requests for pre-hospital emergency medical care and transport of sick or injured persons, setting up and/or operating oxygen and auto-defibrillation equipment, administering pre-hospital emergency medical care to the sick and injured and performing other related work as assigned.

Section 1: Membership Basic Requirements 1. Members must be a minimum of eighteen (18) years old and posses a high school diploma or a GED equivalent. 2. Members must complete and pass the state required training and any other training deemed necessary by the Elected Officers. 3. Members must live in Luce Township or be able to have a reasonable response time to either station (be in the initial response areas). 4. Members must complete and pass a physical and drug test approved & provided by the Fire Department.

Firefighter

You must be 18 years old and reside in Byram twp, NJSP. All training and equipment is provided. This is your chance to help our community and meet everlasting friendships. We currently staff 3 stations located thought the community, all we need is your co

18 years old Reside in Byram twp Be able to attend fire school Be able to attend drills every Thursday evening at 7 pm

Firefighter, EMT, Administrative support

The Woodbury Volunteer Fire Department is seeking individuals who are interested in making a difference in their community. We are looking for volunteers to fill the positions of firefighters, EMT's and administrative support. If you don't want to go to emergency calls we need people to assist with record keeping and operating our non profit corporation. The commitment would be: Must be available for Training Tuesday nights Emergency calls when they happen The woodbury Volunteer Fire Department serves the communities of Woodbury and Calais, and we are members of the Capitol Fire Mutual Aid System and The Rural Vermont Mutual Aid. We are Neighbors helping Neighbors.

No experience required Must pass a criminal background check Need to have a physical exam at our expense Must have a current Vermont drivers license

Fire Police Officer

-Exterior crowd and traffic control. -Assist with upkeep of station and equipment. -Attend monthly department meetings. -Attend department drills. -Assist with department fundraising activities.

-18 years of age. -Requires NJ Fire Police certification. Will be provided if necessary. -Valid driver's license.

Firefighter and/or EMR

The Jones County Volunteer Fire Service is looking for dedicated men and women of all ages (minimum 16 years old) to join the ranks of our volunteer fire departments. Our organization, Red Line Recruitment, oversees the recruitment of new individuals into the volunteer fire service in Jones County, and would be more than happy to help place you in a department that is closest to your home address. No experience needed! All training and gear is paid for by your fire department! And best of all, you will gain knowledge, experience, and pride in serving your community. Additionally, many of our volunteers have utilized their time as volunteers to progress into career roles, such as firefighting, medical services and emergency management. Give us a shout and we will be happy to answer any of your questions or address any of your concerns.

Must be at least 16 years of age or older and a resident of Jones County, Mississippi. Must possess a valid Mississippi driver's license and submit to a background check, if required.

Firefighter/EMT

Need firefighters and EMT's. No training necessary, will provide training and equipment.

Must live in district. Must be 18 years of age, with valid driver's license. Will have to go through background check and drug testing. Will meet with a membership committee and serve a probationary period. A junior program is available for those unde

Flex Paid Firefighter/EMT And Volunteer Firefighter/EMT

City of Fruitland Park is accepting applications for both Flex Firefighter/EMT and volunteer firefighter/EMT. Process is open until filled.

• Must be 18 years of age • U.S. citizen • Must have High School Diploma • Must have Florida Firefighter I and II • Must be Florida or National Registered EMT • Must be no smoker non-user of Tobacco products for at least one year immediately preceding one year. • Must have a valid Florida driver’s license. • Must agree to a background check, drug, and medical screening. • 16 Hour Evoc Two ways to Apply see below: 1. Fill out online application (Fruitland Park web site) All applications must be filled completely and accurately. 2. Submit a copy of State firefighter 2 certificate. 3. Submit a copy of State or National Registry EMT certificate. Please visit http://www.fruitlandpark.org/ for application and email your applications to: FruitlandParkFire56@fruitlandpark.org or fill out information on the NVFC (National Volunteer Fire Council) website and submit.

Ongoing recruitment for Members

Our department is seeking members that live in the Arpin, WI area that would like to become firefighters, and/or Emergency Medical Responders. Our primary coverage area includes the township and village of Arpin in Wood county. We also are part of the MABAS division and respond automatically to nearby towns for calls. Average call volume varies annually but fire calls in 2015 was 78 and EMS was 38 Fire Suppression, Fire Prevention and Education, EMS, Search and Rescue, Fire Inspections, Auto Extrication, Junior Firefighter Cadet program.Our mission is to provide highest quality services to the residents and the visitors of the community that we serve. We strive to have the best training available for our members along with equipment that ensure public and rescuer safety at all times. Arpin Volunteer Fire and Rescue Department provides emergency services to the Arpin, WI community. We currently have 26 members and always looking for new members to help fill the ranks. Our department is part of the the MABAS system which has proved to be valuable since many of the fire departments in the county have joined this. This system ensures that there is automatically mutual aid responding to calls and our department responds to calls in the central and northern half of the county typically. Our department members have monthly fire and EMS training along with the monthly business meeting which they are highly encouaged to attend. The members are paid small amount of wages to offset some costs to respond to emergencies. In addition, members that are on at least one year are also eligible for length of service awards that once the member is vested can account to significant amount of money that the member would receive once they retire. The department has various community events throughout the year to include assisting with the Holiday Parade, Easter Egg Hunt. In addition the department holds brat frys and other events to help raise funds to help keep the tax dollars down. Currently the department has 1992 Pierce 1250 GPM Mid Ship Engine, 2008 International 2400 Gallon Tanker, 2009 International 2400 Gallon tanker with 750 GPM Darley pump, 2005 Chevy Light Rescue, Enclosed Air Cascase and Equipment Trailer, 2004 Polaris Ranger set up for Wildland firefighting and search and rescue on trailer. Our members are paged to calls by pagers and also have the ability to receive pages via smart phones. Our department is always looking for ways to improve the quality of services it provides to the community. The department applies for grants to help purchase much needed equipment. These grants have helped the community to have state of the art of equipment even during the difficult recession. Arpin Volunteer Fire Department was officially founded in Febuary 1939. But it 's actual roots go back a few years prior around late 1936 to that when a concerned group of community members was created by local businessmen to protect the local community. This group actually even purchased the department's first fire truck which was a 1929 Ford Model A that was purchased used from another Fire Department. The spirt of community helping each other in a time of need is still very much in place today some 77 years later.

To become a member, you must be 18 years of age and be able to pass the background checks. Also must be able to pass health screening as these duties do require the members to lift heavy objects at times. The department is a equal oppertunity employer and encourages minorites to apply. Ideally members should live in the township or village of Arpin or within a reasonable distance fire station. "Reasonable would be considered on a case by case basis." Monthly business meetings are held on the last Monday of each month at 7:30 p.m. Meetings are held at the Fire Station which is located at 8090 Church Road Arpin, WI Anyone interested in joining is encouraged to attend the business meeting or to contact the Fire Chief or Deputy Fire Chief for more details.

Volunteer Firefighter

The Maryville (IL) Fire Department is actively seeking men and women of all backgrounds to join the ranks at volunteer firefighters. No experience required. Department will furnish all training and equipment. Monetary compensation provided at end of fiscal year from calls responded to, training hours, work details, etc.

No experience required. One year of probationary status. Active members must attend training on a regular basis and respond to 15% of non-EMS calls per year.

Resident Volunteer

The Silverton Fire District is currently seeking motivated individuals to join our team as Resident Volunteer Firefighters, RV. The positions are 2 year positions with the possibility of being extended to a 3 year position depending on the program being completed. This position does require that the individual use the fire station as their primary residence. The RV will be assigned to a rotating shift of 24 hours on and 48 hours off. During the assigned shift the RV will respond to calls for service. The RV will also be required to attend weekly drills whether on duty or not. The Fire District will supply the RV with sleeping quarters that will be shared with one other RV, laundry facilities, kitchen and recreation room.

- Successful completion of the Physical Agility Test and drug screening - Valid Driver’s License - At least 18 years of age - High School Diploma or GED - Insurable by the Fire District’s Insurance carrier - Enrollment Full-time in one of the following programs; Fire Protection, Fire Prevention or Emergency Medical Services

Non-Fire Fighter Roles

Administrative support staff provides technical and professional support to fire departments. They typically assist with the business and operations of the corporation, managing human resources, record keeping, maintenance, and much more. Auxiliary Firefighters support the fire departments in many ways, driving trucks, maintaining and cleaning the fire equipment, and assisting in fundraising and community awareness efforts. They dedicate their time and skills to whatever area the fire department needs assistance. Benefits: LOSAP (Length of Service Award Program) retirement program, $3000 tax deduction, health, life and disability insurance, education discounts, housing discounts, various merchandise and service discounts, and specialty license plate.

Selflessness, safety, being a team player, integrity, honesty, courage, compassion, commitment, and competence. The competence will come from training to ensure a job is done safely and effectively. Other requirements vary, but you must be 16 years of age and pass a required SLED background check and physical.

Volunteer Firefighter

Volunteer Fire & Rescue positions for a very large fire district in northwest Wyoming. Your residence location will determine which of our four volunteer departments you may be eligible to join. All training, and equipment provided. Numerous benefits provided.

Our firefighters train four times per month for the first year and at least twice monthly thereafter. They may be called to respond to over 300 incidents per year. Must pass initial background check and physical examination prior to becoming a probationary firefighter. Numerous benefits provided.

volunteer firefighter. medical first responder

the southern dallas county fire protection dist is looking for men and women interested in being a volunteer firefighter or medical first responder with our department. no experence is needed. we pay for the training. basic medical training only requires 40 hrs and basic fire training is also only 40 hrs but much more training will be available for people looking to advance. uniforms and equipment is also provided. people interested must have a clean background and be able to pass drug tests. live near the southern dallas county mo area. have good tranportation and act in a professional manner. if interested call chief joe myers at 417-241-2985 or 417-345-6060

clean background. valid drivers license. able to pass drug tests. live near the southern dallas county missouri area

Volunteer Fire Fighters Wanted

We provide training, gear and a friendly environment. We cover Fire District #2 in the town of Tuckahoe, Upper Township, Cape May County, New Jersey. We also offer a LOSAP plan that you can enroll in once in the company for a year.

As noted, we send you for the training.

Volunteer Firefighter

We are looking for highly motivated, dedicated volunteer firefighters to join our department. We are a fast paced, aggressive fire department that runs almost 1500 Fire, Rescue, and EMS calls per year. No prior firefighting experience necessary. All required training will be provided by the department and the State of NC. Feel free to stop by our station at 6809 Beatties Ford Rd, Charlotte, NC to speak with someone and pick up a volunteer application packet. Please contact us with any questions.

No experience necessary. A hard work ethic and dedication are a must. Must be at least 18 years old and possess a valid drivers license with a clean driving history. Must be able to pass a criminal background check and drug screening. Must also be able to pass department physical agility test.

Firefighter

Pricetown Firefighters are motivated and dedicated to protecting and educating the public. You will learn many skills and traits that will help you become a more proficient firefighter for our community. Together we can make our community a better, safer place to live!

Motivated to learn!

Probationary Firefighter

The Seneca Fire Department is accepting applications for probationary firefighters.

Must be over 18 years old. Members wishing to conduct firefighting operations will be required to pass an NFPA 1582 physical. All members must pass a criminal background check. All training will be provided.

firefighters and first responders

van dyne fire department was formed in 1929. we are located in fond du lac county, Wisconsin. van dyne is a small unincorporated village located between fond du lac and Oshkosh. we serve about 5000 people in the town of friendship in fond du lac county and the town of black wolf in Winnebago county. we average about 200 first responder calls and 60 fire calls a year.

new recruits are required to take the Wisconsin entry level firefighter class and the first responder class, and attend monthly meetings and trainings. new recruits must live or work in one of the two townships.

Firefighter/EMT

The Centennial Fire District has immediate openings for the position of Firefighter/EMT. This is a paid “on-call” position offered only to those who are able to respond within 5 minutes to our fire station in Circle Pines. All training and equipment is provided. The current pay rate ranges from $9.50-$12.50 per hour plus $4500 per year into a retirement plan. We are looking for positive people who can make a long-term commitment to serve our communities. This position will require from you an average of 25 hours per month at any given hour. All candidates will have to complete an application form in order to be considered for the position and will be subjected to a criminal background & psychological review prior to appointment. You must be at least 18 years old to apply. More information can be found by going to our website at www.centennialfire.org . If you want to become part of a progressive team who works to provide quality service to the community, this is the place!

All candidates will have to complete an application form in order to be considered for the position and will be subjected to a criminal background & psychological review prior to appointment. You must be at least 18 years old to apply.

Volunteer Firefighter

Serve our community by becoming a volunteer Firefighter today.

Be a resident of Ansonia and over the age of 18.

Firefighter/EMT/ECA

This is for an entry level, Compensation based position. The position will require general duties of a firefighter/EMT or ECA, to be able to function in an IDLH, Respond to Medical emergencies in a BLS capacity and to follow general orders of the City of Godley fire department while mitigating emergencies in 2 large districts. This position is for Station 2, located at 6317 Sky Road Joshua, Tx 76058. This station operates under Battalion 2 and comprises an Engine, Rescue and 2 Brush trucks. Shifts are 12 hours M-F, 07:00 - 19:00 on a first come, first served basis and pay $100 per shift. For dedicated employees, we will carry your TCFP commission and provide in-house EMS and Fire CEs. We are an ISO 2 department, located in NW Johnson county and field approximately 1100 calls annually.

Must be capable of lifting 100 lbs and be familiar with emergency scene operations. An outgoing personality is a plus. Must be willing to follow the orders of Company Officer and Battalion Chief on duty and must work well with others. Must hold a HS diploma or GED Must hold a current TCFP Basic or SFFMA FF2 completion, with aspirations of challenging the state test. (FF1 will be considered) Must hold a Current TDSHS ECA or higher EMS certification (Shift work will not be permitted until ECA is completed) EMT preferred. Must be able to pass a PAT at given interval Must Complete an interview with oral review board Must pass Criminal background history Must hold a current Texas Class C DL with no more than 3 moving violation in the last three years Preference will be given to Class B exempt DL holders with Driver/Operator training.

Volunteer Firefighter or EMT

Change lives. Starting with your own Become a Fire District Volunteer At Mid-Columbia Fire & Rescue, the volunteer staff plays a large role in educating, serving, and protecting the community. We seek volunteers in the following areas: • Firefig

Must be at least 18 years old and able to do the physical requirements of the position. Must also have a drivers license valid in the State of Oregon and pass a driving and criminal background check as well as a drug screen.

Active Volunteer Firefighter, Junior Firefighter, Fire Corps Member

PUVFD is looking for active firefighters, junior firefighters and fire corps members. Entry level candidates always welcome. Come and join the fast-paced, sometimes dangerous and always rewarding volunteer fire service. Learn how to serve your fellow residents, travelers and businesses in their time of most need. Fire corps members assist the fire department with a number of tasks and functions other than active firefighting which may include fundraising, photography, data entry, business operations and community good will.

All active firefighters and junior firefighters will be expected to begin/complete a state certified series of entry level firefighting classes within the first year of membership. All members will be required to compete any state and local mandated criminal history, background and child abuse clearances.

Paid On Call Firefighter

Brown City Area Fire Rescue is taking applications for paid on call firefighters. No prior experience is required. Applications are available from 9:00AM to 5:00PM Monday through Friday at the Brown City MI city hall. City Hall is located at 4205 Main Street in Brown City MI. Their phone number is 810-346-2325.

Must reside in our service area. Must pass a criminal, background and driving record check. Training will be provided by the department.

Fire Fighter

Rescuing trapped people and animals from buildings, cars, trees etc Helping out at the scene of accidents, including floods, road accidents and rail crashes Calming down patients Giving first aid if an ambulance isn’t on scene. Teaching the community and local schools about fire safety Advising businesses on fire safety and pointing out risks Making sure fire apparatus is working and fully stocked

Good communicator Good at following instructions Team worker Problem solver (and we don’t mean good at crosswords) Patient, understanding and reassuring Confident and courageous Common sense and good judgment Ability to stay calm under pressure (there’s plenty of that in the job) Interest in promoting fire safety

VOLUNTEER FIREFIGHTER

ACCEPTING APPLICATIONS FOR NEW AND VETRAN FIREFIGHTERS WHO LIVE IN THE BRIENSBURG, PALMA, AND DRAFFENVILLE AREAS OF MARSHALL COUNTY IN WESTERN KENTUCKY. WE SEE AN AVERAGE OF OVER 200 CALLS OF FIRE, CAR WRECK, AND OTHER CALLS PER YEAR.

PHYSICALLY AND MENTALLY ABLE TO PERFORM THE TASK OF FIREFIGHTER ON A DAILY BASIS. ALL APPLICANTS MUST PASS A BACKGROUND CHECK AND BE APPROVED BY THE FIRE DEPARTMENT BOARD OF DIRECTORS.

Volunteer Fire Department Personnel

Charlton County Fire Rescue is seeking motivated, devoted and passionate members for our all volunteer fire department. Anyone and everyone is welcome to join and we do not discriminate against age, race, sex or religion. Our department is already short h

Must be able to pass a background check and simple drug screening. No experience required.

Volunteer Firefighter

The Rutherfordton Fire and Rescue Department is a combination department comprised of ten full-time, five part-time, 13 volunteers, and two junior firefighters. The department is a municipal fire department responsible for providing service to the Town of Rutherfordton, Town of Ruth, and the Rutherfordton Fire District. The total response area for the Rutherfordton Fire and Rescue Department is thirty-four square miles. Our insurance classification is a 4/9e and we provide fire, rescue, hazardous materials and medical responder service to the citizens in our jurisdiction as well as mutual aid to other fire and emergency service organizations. Besides emergency response, the department places emphasis on fire prevention by conducting fire safety presentations for church, civic, school groups and by bringing the children's fire safety house to the public schools in October of each year. In addition, the fire department is responsible for conducting fire inspections in local businesses and industry for the Town of Rutherfordton and Town of Ruth. Current apparatus operated by the department is two first line engines, an engine/tanker combination, 78 ft. quint, one brush truck, one UTV, and rescue truck. The fire station is located at 144 N. Mitchell Street and is a eight bay 9500 square feet facility which was built in 1996.

18 years of age; High school diploma or GED; Valid NC Drivers License; Pass a criminal background check, provided at no cost with an application. Explorer program available for 16 and 17 years of age.

Firefighter / EMT or Firefighter

We are the County Fire Department that services the area around the City Of San Marcos. We have 3 Fire Stations placed within Emergency Services District #3 boundaries in the Southern part of Hays County. On Oct 1st, 2013, the South Hays Fire Department, INC and Hays County Emergency Services District #3 merged. Hays County E.S.D. #3, will retain the name South Hays Fire Department and its subsidiaries, Texas Fire Academy and San Marcos Area Recovery Team. The Hays County Emergency Services District (ESD) #3 prides itself in maintaining a highly trained and equipped volunteer fire department whose members dedicate their spare time serving our community. Our members are what makes us a highly successful fire department. To keep up with the growth, and an increase in call volume, we need people like you. Our members come from all walks of life: business owners, college students, parents, teachers, retirees, career Fire Fighters / EMT's, and Law Enforcement.

Minimum Qualifications: 18 years of age. Submit to a full Criminal History, Background Check, and Drivers History Check. No pending charges, deferred adjudication, or conviction on any class A misdemeanor or felonies. Class B and C misdemeanors; arrests, charges, deferred adjudications, and convictions will be evaluated on a case-by-case basis. All arrests, charges, and dispositions must be fully disclosed. No more than a combination of 3 moving violations and/or vehicle accidents in the past 3 years. Have vehicle for transportation to and from the station.

Firefighter and First Responders

Volunteer Fire/EMS agency.

96 hour of Firefighter 1 training through technical college system with 18 months of hire date.

Firefighters and auxiliary members

We are always looking for support at our volunteer agency.

Monthly meetings and/or trainings provided by the department.

volunteer fire fighter

we are looking for individuals who want to learn and served the Charlestown twp area ,as firefighter/emts. when funding is available we pay for FFI/EMT/Paramedic training .

must be 18 and over have a valid OHIO point free drivers license must live in Charlestown or bordering communities high school diploma must pass background check must supply current firefighter medical exam training is available for positions, BUT prior certifications preferred EMT/Paramedic firefighter 1 or FFII

Firefighter/EMR-First Responder

Are you looking to make a difference in your community or potentially jump start your career in Fire/EMS? Join our dept today to start serving your community and surrounding areas. All training and equipment is provided by the dept at no cost to you.

Must be able to pass a background check, Drug Screen and have a clean driving record. Training will be provided at no cost to the applicant.

Firefighter/EMS/Support

TVVFD is always seeking new members and supporters. Please visit the fire department office (near the front door of the Tri Valley Community Center) during business hours, or come to a fire department meeting at 7:00 PM on Tuesdays.

No experience required though Certified/Trained persons are especially encouraged to participate.

Firefighters

Firefighters needed for the 6th Ward area of St. Helena Parish, No experience needed we will train you, we have a place for all willing to be a part of our department.

Must be 18 years old and willing to be a part of our department. Must have a drivers License in good standing.

Firefighter/EMT

Become a volunteer firefighter/EMT with FHC. We are looking for individuals who are interested in giving back to the Newville community. We are currently seeking volunteers for the following positions - firefighter, EMT, social member (assist with fundraising and administrative tasks), and junior members (ages 14-17). We are an all volunteer department operating an engine rescue, engine tanker, heavy rescue, brush unit, 3 basic life support ambulances, and 3 support units. We respond to approximately 350 fire/rescue incidents a year, and 1300 EMS incidents. Last year we had 23 working fires, 13 vehicle accidents with entrapment. Our department is seeking help in all areas of our department, so even if you are not interested in responding to emergencies, you can still help with fundraising and administrative tasks within our department.

14 years of age to become a junior member, 18 years of age to become a firefighter, EMT, or social member. Training will be provided by the department

Volunteer Firefighter

Become a Coralville Volunteer Firefighter The Coralville Fire Department is actively seeking dedicated men and women to serve as volunteer firefighters. The Coralville Fire Department has 5 paid staff members, over 30 volunteer firefighters and 2 fire stations. Each member of the Coralville Fire Department must meet minimum requirements to respond to calls. No Cost There is no cost to apply and no cost for Fire Academy Class. How to Apply To apply to be a member of the next recruit class, complete an employment application. For more information about recruitment, please contact Lt. Bill Erb at 319.248.1845.

Requirements Volunteer firefighters for the City of Coralville must: -Have a high school diploma or GED -Be of good moral character -Be substance-abuse free -Have a valid Iowa driver's license -Be able to read, write, and understand the English language -Pass a physical examination and drug screen -Successfully complete an oral interview -Pass a physical agility assessment -Be able to understand and carry out oral and written instructions

Firefighter/EMT

We have several memberships available depending on a members residency within the community. There are always many types of training opportunities available throughout the year to include: FF1, FF2, Emergency Trauma Technician, Emergency Medical Technician1, 2, & 3, Fire Service Instructor and Alaska Fire Investigator Technician. We also have a membership for high school students who are thinking about a career in Emergency Services.

Members who live outside of the Eagle River/Chugiak area must have minimum a Firefighter 1 or ETT credential while community members who live within Eagle River/Chugiak can apply with a current Alaska Drivers license (must attend an initial training program prior to responding). All members will be required to provide a clean driving record and back ground check from the state.

Fire Fighter and or First Responder

We are looking for individuals interested in helping the community either as Firefighters or 1st Responders or both. We are very short of help for daytime EMS calls and are hoping to have you on our team.

We will train you!

Firefighter

A rescuer extensively trained in firefighting, primarily to extinguish hazardous fires that threaten life, property or the environment.

Must be 18 years of age and live in the Town of Adams, NY.

Volunteer

Eagle Fire Co. #1 is looking for dedicated people, who want to give back to their community but become a Firefighter, EMT, helping with Fundraising,education or other department support rolls.

No prior experience required

Firefighter, emergency medical service, Vehicle maintenance, Facility maintenance, including administrative position for completing reports,

All types.

Be 18 years old. Live within 15 miles of Southern Oaks VFD

Firefighter

The Gratis Fire Department is seeking volunteers for firefighter. Training may be provided after background check and hiring process. Call for more information. 513-320-4251

18 years of age (Cadet opportunities for those under 18) Valid Drivers license Successfully complete background and hiring process.

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Paid on call Firefighter

The City of Newport is seeking quality people who want to be a positive role model for their community. The fire department is now accepting applications for paid on call firefighters. Newport Fire provides fire and rescue services for the citizens of Newport. All training is provided and generally occurs on Tuesday nights. Retirement benefit with +10 years of service. Applications are available in person at city Hall, or online at www.ci.newport.mn.us/employment.php.

- No previous experience required - Applicants must be a minimum of 18 years of age with a valid Minnesota driver's license - Live in the City of Newport or within 5 minutes of the city limits - Pass a law enforcement background check - Pass a physical fitness examination by a medical agency approved by the Newport Fire Department

Firefighter/EMT

Help your community & gain valuable skills! Do you love working with others to help people? Do you appreciate learning new skills? Apply to join Green Mountain Falls/Chipita Park Fire Department! Learn about the commitment, history, and opportunities provided to members of our fire department. Each quarter, Active Members must respond to 5% of calls, and attend at least 10 hours of department training. GMF/CP FD responds to calls for structure fires, medical, wildland, hazmat, rescue, and more!

Must be 18 years old and able to meet training and membership requirements.

Volunteer Firefighter/EMT and EMT's

Volunteer Firefighter (FF) Duties include but are not limited to; extinguishment of fires, salvaging structures, responding to vehicle accidents and rescue operations. Perform station maintenance and daily work assignments with career staff. Assist in preplans and hydrant maintenance. Attend specials events representing the department. Assist in fire prevention activities. Emergency Medical Technician (EMT) Must be certified by the state of NC as an Emergency Medical Technician. Must be able to conduct related lifesaving procedures on scene. Must comply with required continuing training hours of this certification. Must successfully complete Scope of Practice evaluation per certification requirements

Must be 18 years of age. NC State Firefighter certification preferred but not required EMT candidates MUST have current NC EMT certification Applications can be filled out on line and submitted in person. You can download an application at our website at www.idlewildvfd.org.

Firefighter

Liberty Township Volunteer Fire Department is located 42 miles east of Chicago in Porter County between Chesterton and Valparaiso. Established in 1955, we provide Fire, Rescue and BLS protection to over 15,000 residents and 39 square miles. Our largely rural district includes the drastically growing Liberty Township and half of Jackson Township under contract. Our response area includes portions of the East/West Toll Road, a near 5 mile stretch of State Road 49,and over 10 miles of US Route 6. Over the last 5 years,the department has ran an average of 745 calls. We respond under Mutual Aid agreements to 5 neighboring departments, as well as an automatic aid agreement with neighboring Westville Fire for a portion of our rural overlapping districts.

No experience is required,but is preferred. Probationary Firefighters will be put through the Indiana Department of Homeland Security Firefighter 1&2 Course through District 1. The Department requires a minimum of Mandatory Firefighter Certification to respond to Emergency Calls. EMT Certification is not required, but can also be obtained if member desires.Must be 18 years or older. Once accepted,members will be required to meet 15% of the End Of Year run total, 10 department trainings and 7 department business meetings.

Volunteer Firefighter/EMT

The Firefighter performs a variety of unskilled, semi-skilled, and skilled duties involving fire suppression, emergency response, protection of life and property, fire prevention, and other related activities. Work is performed under close to general supervision depending upon the complexity of the task and the skills of the incumbent. This classification may provide limited work direction to less experienced employees and may temporarily act as a Fire Captain. The incumbent is required to complete a formal training program and subsequently assigned to a fire suppression squad. The incumbent is trained on various skill sets and application of equipment used in firefighting, rescue, salvage, emergency medical services, operation of fire apparatus, and equipment, public education, fire prevention, inspections and investigations. An incumbent in this classification is distinguished from those in the classification of Fire Captain in that the latter is a fire line supervisor. Depending upon assignment, duties may include, but are not limited to the following:  Respond to fire, emergency medical calls, and other emergency alarms and public service calls as a member of a fire suppression company.  Perform primary and secondary search procedures for fire and disaster victims. Remove and rescue trapped victims.  Apply basic life support and perfume primary and secondary assessments on patients at the scene of a medical emergency to determine appropriate medical treatment.  Drive fire apparatus, taking the most direct route to the incident scene, and maneuvering around obstructions as necessary for correct and safe positioning.  Position apparatus at the incident scene for efficient operation, secure and maintain an adequate supply of water for hose lays, and operate pumping equipment.  Ability to operate multiple vehicle types such as Fire Engine, Tow Equipment, Rescue Units, Brush Truck, Water Tender, four wheel drive apparatus and Command Vehicles.  Gain access to involved structures or areas to evacuate inhabitants, lay hose lines, and assist in operating nozzles to direct streams of water on fires to control and extinguish fires.  Select proper tools from a wide variety of specialized manual and power equipment in order to perform required tasks such as raising, lowering, and climbing ladders and operating equipment from attics, ladders, basements, roofs and other hazardous points.  Operate rescue equipment such as hydraulic cutters and spreaders.  Ventilate burning buildings to release heat and smoke, use salvage covers to prevent water damage, and overhaul operations after a fire to prevent rekindling.  Check fire scene for point of origin and source of ignition, and preserve evidence which may indicate arson.  Inspect and perform routine maintenance on rescue equipment, fire apparatus, hydrants, fire hoses, and other support equipment.  Attend training sessions concerning, but not limited to, subjects such as modem techniques of firefighting, emergency medical services, hazardous materials and rescue techniques.  Perform fire prevention functions by inspecting commercial, industrial, and residential structures.  Provide assistance and information regarding fire and life safety education and other related community service programs to the public.  Perform general maintenance and upkeep of fire station, including but not limited to gardening and housekeeping duties.  Provide technical assistance and informally train new firefighters and volunteers on the daily operations of the job.  Is subject to emergency call while off duty.  Study and become familiar with the Department’s jurisdiction, e.g. streets, intersections, fire hydrants, water mains, and sprinkler systems.  Confer with superior officers on policy and procedural matters.  Maintain records, prepare reports, and make public and/or committee presentations.  Undertake or assist with special projects, reports and studies.  May assume on-call duty on a rotating basis. TOOLS AND EQUIPMENT USED Emergency medical aid equipment, fire apparatus, fire pumps, hoses, and other standard firefighting equipment, ladders, radio, pager, personal computer, telephone. PHYSICAL DEMANDS The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. While performing the duties of the job, the employee is frequently required to sit; talk or hear; stand; walk; use hand to finger, handle or operate objects, tools or controls; and reach with hands and arms. The employee is occasionally required to climb or balance; stoop, kneel, crouch, or crawl; and taste or smell. The employee must frequently lift and/or move up to 10 pounds and occasionally life and/or move up to 100 pounds. Specific vision abilities required by this job include close vision, distance vision, color vision, peripheral vision, depth perception, and the ability to adjust focus. WORK ENVIRONMENT The work environment characteristics described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. Work is performed in office, vehicle, indoor and outdoor settings, in all weather conditions, including temperature extremes, during day and night shifts. Work is often performed in emergency and stressful situations. Individual is expose to hearing alarms and hazards associated with fighting fires and rendering emergency medical assistance, including smoke, noxious odors, fumes, chemicals, liquid chemicals, solvents and oils. The employee occasionally works near moving mechanical parts and in high, precarious places and is occasionally exposed to wet and/or humid conditions, fumes or airborne particles, toxic or caustic chemicals, risk of electrical shock and vibration. The noise level in the work environment is usually quiet in the office setting, and loud at an emergency scene. SELECTION GUIDELINES Formal application; review of education and experience; appropriate testing and interviews; oral interview; background check; physical agility test; drug screening; final selection. NOTE: Appointees will be subject to completion of a standard probationary period. GENERAL INFORMATION The examples of duties are intended only as illustrations of the various types of work performed. The omission of specific statements of duties does not exclude them from the position if the work is similar, related or a logical assignment to the position. The job description does not constitute an employment agreement between the Uintah Fire Department and the volunteer, and is subject to change by the Uintah Fire Department as the needs of the Department and requirements of the job change.

EMPLOYMENT STANDARDS Education and Experience: Equivalent to completion of the twelfth grade education, be at least 18 years of age, and possess an EMT certification at time of employment. Physical Standards:  Weight in proportion to height in accordance with medical standards.  Visual acuity of not less than 20/40 vision in each eye, corrected, with only mild red/greed color defects being acceptable. Knowledge of:  Basic Life Support (BLS) procedures for evaluation and treatment of patients during various medical emergencies.  Basic techniques on safe and proper use of tools and equipment associated with mechanical and maintenance work.  Basic principles relating to flammable and combustible materials.  Basic mechanical principles such as leverage, force, acceleration, friction, etc.  English grammar, punctuation, and spelling.  Basic math such as addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division utilizing both whole numbers and decimals. Ability to:  Learn firefighting methods and techniques, the basic operation and mechanics of firefighting equipment, location of hydrants, mains, major traffic and fire hazards.  Learn to drive apparatus with care and safety in accordance with traffic laws and Department regulations.  Learn and maintain proficiency in Basic Life Support practices and techniques.  Analyze fire and driving situations and to adopt effective courses of action.  Think and act quickly in emergencies  Understand and carry out verbal and written directions.  Maintain effective working relationships with those contract in the course of work.  Work irregular or protracted hours and to respond promptly to call-backs.  Perform heavy and hazardous physical labor for extended period.  Meet and maintain physical standards. Skill to:  Work well with others as a team  Analyze problems quickly and take appropriate action under pressure.  Effectively interact with various individuals with tact and courtesy.  Effectively and clearly communicate in both verbal and written formats  Work under conditions of zero visibility and temperature variations with various equipment and tools.  Read and interpret maps, diagrams, floor plans, and geometric figures. Required License:  Possession of a valid, appropriate state of Utah Driver’s License  Utah/NREMT certification at least: Emergency Medical Responder (EMT Basic Preferred)

Volunteer Firefighter/EMT

The Red Oak Community Fire Department is seeking men and women to serve in their community.

18 years of age for full membership. 14 - 18 years of age for junior membership.

Firefighter

Hello my name is Paige Beasley i am 21 years old and at this moment i am looking for a volunteer position to not only to help my community but also build up on leadership and helping families.

I attended south plantation high school then i attended Lane College.

Volunteer Firefighter

Volunteer or Professional Firefighter and or EMT's/Paramedics who are willing to volunteer their time to serve the community. Activities include: Fire Suppression, Motor Vehicle Accident Response, Medical Response (BLS and ALS), Rescue Response, and all other emergencies that can arise.

Must be 18 years of age or older, have a valid drivers license, and be able to perform some physical tasks. Previous experience is a plus but not a requirement.

Junior Firefighter

Junior firefighter programs allow minors (youth ages 14 to 18) to learn about volunteer firefighting; train with experienced firefighters; and in some places, assist at fire scenes. Child labor laws that prohibit minors from engaging in hazardous work and limit work hours apply to these programs.

Ages 14-18. Authorized by Legal Guardian Please contact Station for more information.

Volunteer Fire and EMS

Volunteer Fire and EMS positions with the Richland Township Fire Rescue Dept.

18 Years of age Valid Drivers Licence Able to pass background and drug check

FIrefighter/EMT

The Federalsburg Volunteer Fire Company is looking for dedicated people to join our department as volunteer firefighters or EMTs.

Full member: 18 years old Live in the first due fire due territory of the Federalsburg Volunteer Fire Company Have a physical Exam by a licensed doctor Cadet: 14 years old Live in the first due fire due territory of the Federalsburg Volunteer Fire Company Have a physical Exam by a licensed doctor Parent or guardian permission

Apparatus drivers, Firefighters, EMT, fund raising staff

Friendship Fire Company is a volunteer organization that provides community services for structure firefighting, hazmat operations level, rescue operations technicians level and wild land firefighting. Apparatus drivers are needed to answer all calls for driving and pump operations. We also have an auxillary who provides catering services for social hall events.

We are looking for self motivated people to participate in training (both company and certification levels), be responsible for company equipment and wants ro serve the community. We pay for all training and equipment, travel expenses, and uniforms.

Volunteer Firefighter and/or EMT

The Volunteer Firefighter/Emergency Medical Technician (Volunteer FF/EMT) serves the community by responding to a wide variety of situations, ranging from emergencies that immediately threaten life or property to routine citizen requests for assistance. They perform within the scope of the policies and procedures of Wittenburg Fire Department and perform duties in the following general categories: fire suppression, emergency medical aid or rescue, hazardous material responses, training, and public education. The Volunteer FF/EMT is expected to perform their duties under adverse conditions and physical conditions that may pose a high risk of personal injury or exposure to hazardous conditions or infectious diseases. The Volunteer FF/EMT is required to attend regularly scheduled training in order to maintain the high level of knowledge, skill and ability necessary to function safely and effectively as a firefighter and EMS provider in accordance with state law, county protocols, and standard operating procedures.

- High School Diploma or GED - Valid NC Drivers License

Member

Become a Firefighter or EMT today. Personnel needed to assist with Fire Supression, EMS, fundraising, or even building/vehicle maintenance. To be a full member you must obtain Firefighter 1 or EMT within 6 months of joining or having class made available. Join our team and help us help you!

Active members (full) must have above listed certifications. Must provide 24hrs of EMS duty availability monthly. Must have medical form filled out in application, and be able to pass a criminal background.

Volunteer Firefighter

Volunteer Firefighter for the Pewee Valley Fire Department. We will train you, we will give you the equipment needed to make a difference in your community.

No experience needed. Applicant must maintenance minimum training requirements to stay in good standing with the fire department. Must be 18 years old.

Firefighter

Help your community by responding to emergencies. Training is provided free of charge. As a part of our team, you will respond to a variety of emergencies including house fires, vehicle accidents and brush fires. Come join us and serve your community today!

Must be 14 years of age or older.

Looking for volunteer Firefighters and EMT's

We are a small community fire department that is always looking for new members. If you are interested please contact us or come down on a Wednesday night around 7PM to see what we do.

Have an open mind, be willing to work hard, prepare to surprise yourself with what you can do.

Volunteers Wanted

The CVFC needs new members to serve their community as: Firefighters Junior Firefighter (Ages 14-17) Emergency Medical Technicians Fire Police Officers Driver Operators Support Staff Event/Fundraising Coordinators Photographers Data Entry Specialists Housekeeping Staff No Experience Necessary! For more information visit: Colmarfire.com

Must be at least 14 years old.

Paid-On-Call Firefighter

This position requires responding to fires and other types of emergency incidents. The firefighter must be able to perform the functions required at emergency incidents, including combating and extinguishing fires. The position involves extensive training in the operation of apparatus, tools, and equipment and the performance of hazardous tasks under emergency conditions, which may require strenuous exertion under such conditions as heat, smoke, and cramped surroundings. The work is very rewarding — you can see first hand what you have accomplished, and people are very grateful for your service. Although the Falcon Heights Fire Department is not a full-time department, you will be trained as a professional, and you will work as a professional. Fires do not recognize the difference between full-time and paid-per-call firefighters!

•Minimum 18 years of age. •Pass a physical exam (paid for by the department). •Live within a three (3) mile driving radius or a five-minute drive of the station. •If you do not meet these requirements, your application will still be reviewed by the department.

Volunteer Firefighter/EMT

The Volunteer Firefighter/Emergency Medical Technician serves the community by responding to a wide variety of situations, ranging from emergencies that immediately threaten life or property to routine citizen requests for information or assistance. They perform within the scope of the policies and procedures of the Reno Township Fire Department and they perform duties in the following general categories: fire suppression, emergency medical aid or rescue, hazardous material responses, training, building inspections and public education. The Volunteer FF/EMT normally works under the supervision of a company officer and is expected to function effectively as part of a highly trained team. They are also expected to perform their duties under adverse conditions and physical conditions that may pose a high risk of personal injury or exposure to hazardous conditions or infectious diseases.

• 18 years old at time of application • High School Diploma or GED • A valid Kansas State Driver’s License • Kansas EMT certification within 1 year • IFSAC Firefighter I within 1 year

Firefighter

The Citizen's Hose Company is currently looking for volunteer firefighters. We are in search of Interior, Exterior and Apparatus Operators. There is no minimum time requirements for these positions and no experience is needed. All training will be provided at no cost to the individual.

No minimum time requirements, no previous experience needed. All training will be provided at no cost.

Volunteer firefighter

We are a small department of 35 members. We are looking for dedicated people who are willing to donate their time to helping the community.

Willingness to participate.

Firefighter and/or EMT

Last night DALE CITY VOLUNTEER FIRE DEPARTNMENT crews staffed and responded to dispatched 911 emergencies in Prince William County. We responded from DCVFD stations on DCVFD apparatus. We staff on nights, weekends and holidays. Join our ranks as active volunteer FIREFIGHTERS and EMTs. All training, equipment, and gear is provided. No previous experience is required. Go to dcvfd.org and we will schedule a time to meet and explain who we are, what we do, and how we do it. We will answer your questions and let you decide if our mission matches your interests and availability. Ready? Go to dcvfd.org or membership@dcvfd.org now! The mission of the Dale City Volunteer Fire and Rescue Department is to provide seamless fire, medical and environmental emergency services to those residing in and visiting our community. In partnership with the career personnel, our Board of Directors and the Fire and Rescue Association, our mission and motto "Second to None" will be attained.

VOLUNTEER FIREFIGHTER AND/OR EMT - Satisfy eligibility requirements to pass applicant nation wide criminal background checks. - Satisfy eligibility requirements to pass a NFPA 1582 physical. - Comply with the Prince William County’s Anti-Substance Abuse Program and submit to a drug test. - Adhere to the DCVFD Corporate Bylaws, Chief’s Running Rules, and Standard Operating Procedures and or Guidelines. - Adhere to all relevant State, Federal, and County laws and service requirements. - Adhere to adopted industry standards and best practices for operations. - Comply with the expectations of the Prince William County Sexual Harassment Policy. - Assignment to a station and battalion are at the option of the Department Chief, consistent with the needs of the DCVFD. - Serve and staff on the assigned duty crew, following the battalion schedule rotation. Members must stay overnight and be available for all department duties. - If a member cannot be present for his/her own duty, then the member shall be required to find a replacement to fill in. - Provide support to any DCVFD function deemed necessary by the Board of Directors or Senior Staff. The Board of Directors and/or Senior Staff may deem certain functions of the DCVFD to be necessary to ensure the successful operation of the DCVFD. - Attend the General Membership Meeting held the second Wednesday of each month. - Complete training for certification to satisfy minimum staffing within the first year of membership. - Satisfy formal and informal training to achieve staffing status within the first year of membership. - Attain and maintain compliance with the adopted uniform rank structure. ASSOCIATE MEMBERSHIP - Satisfy eligibility requirements to pass applicant nation wide criminal background checks. - Comply with the Prince William County’s Anti-Substance Abuse Program and submit to a drug test. - Adhere to the DCVFD Corporate Bylaws, Chief’s Running Rules, and Standard Operating Procedures and or Guidelines. - Adhere to all relevant State, Federal, and County laws and service requirements. - Adhere to adopted industry standards and best practices for operations. - Comply with the expectations of the Prince William County Sexual Harassment Policy. - Assignment to tasks and projects consistent with the needs of the DCVFD, i.e., support fundraising, public education, and training. - Provide support to DCVFD functions deemed necessary by the Board of Directors or Senior Staff. The Board of Directors and/or Senior Staff may deem certain functions of the DCVFD to be necessary to ensure the successful operation of the DCVFD. - Attend the General Membership Meeting held the second Wednesday of each month.

Firefighter 1, First Responder, EMT,and basic Dept. support

Alturas Rural Fire Department is looking for volunteers. We are one of the largest 100% volunteer department in the State of California by area covered. We are an all risk dept., we respond to all calls from motor vehicle accidents, rope rescue, wild land firefighting, structure, medical, and help Modoc County Sheriff's Department with search and rescue.

Drug free and a clean back ground.

Volunteer Firefighter

Become a Volunteer firefighter and/or EMS provider

No requirements or training needed. If you have the time we will provide and train you to be able to help your community

Any position available

Our department covers a very large footprint responding to calls from Demopolis city limits to Uniontown, then North into Hale Co joining to Lock 5 and Newbern Fire departments, then South joining Springhill and Faunsdale departments. Our area has some important infrastructure to provide fire service to including main US Hwy 80, main North to South routes of Hwy 69 and Hwy 25, railways, several gas lines, County water wells, plus all the important residents of area. Call Michael @ 334-381-8413 to discuss... There is no doubt a need for our department to serve our community!

Willing to serve which includes a commitment for some training and available for several calls a month... Obviously these do not always perfectly fit a schedule but very fulfilling.

Paid On Call Firefighter

Frenchtown Township Fire Department is actively seeking those that are interested in starting an exciting career in the Fire Service starting as a Paid on Call firefighter/EMT. Full-time firefighter positions are only taken from our Paid on Call firefighter roster. Frenchtown Township is approximately 44 square miles of beautiful landscape that is home to 26,000 residents. From its nearly 12 miles of lake Erie coast line to its commercial shopping districts, Frenchtown is a great place to serve the public. Frenchtown Fire Department responds to about 2,600 calls annually serving in a variety of disciplines from fire suppression to Basic EMT level medical response. Frenchtown also responds to water related emergencies due to covering a vast portion of lake Erie along with USAR level capabilities and training. Currently there are 20 full time and 15 paid on call firefighters. Come and join a team that is committed to community!

NO EXPERIENCE NECESSARY MUST BE: 18 years of age U.S. Citizen Live within 1 mile of Frenchtown Township Successfully pass drug screen Successfully pass background check Successfully pass written exam Successfully pass physical agility test

Interested in a medical profession? We offer training to help you get started.

We are in need of volunteers to serve our community. If you have an interest in the medical field, we have an opportunity for you. We are in need of additional Emergency Medical Responders. We offer free EMS training and certification. This is an excellent way to enter a medical profession. You can give it a try without spending money on classes.

18 years of age. Alabama driver's license. Clean background check and drug screen.

Volunteer FireFighters, EMS, Scene Support

Come join the Minoa Volunteer Fire Dept!!!

Must be at least 16 Years of age.

Volunteer Firefighter

Thank you for your interest in joining the Mount Holly Fire Department. We pride ourselves on our visionary leadership, positive relations, and a general standard of excellence keeping Mount Holly Fire Department at the forefront of Fire Service innovation and operation. MHFD proudly serves the residents of Mount Holly, operating with 19 full-time firefighters and 19 volunteers. Responding not only to fires, we assist in medical emergencies, transportation accidents, industrial accidents, hazardous materials incidents, rescues and a wide range of other life-threatening emergencies. We are a diverse group of men and women, proud to serve our community. This site explains the various criteria you must meet, or exceed, in order to become a firefighter. Again, thank you for your interest and best of luck in the application process.

18 years of age, high school diploma or equivalent

Volunteer

Gilpin Township Volunteer Fire Department needs you! With a large decline in firefighters across Pennsylvania, we need you to assist us in any way you can! From firefighting, to helping with bingo, there are many opportunities and ways to help!

Must be of good moral character

Public Education support

This person would assist in developing a public education program. The program would include all grade levels at the schools, as well as various programs offered to the general population. Programs would includes such things as fire safety, stroke and Heart attack awareness, CPR and First Aid and anything else that might be of interest.

This person should be at least 16 years old.

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EMT

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Emergency Management Agency Member

The Tolono Fire Protection District is seeking qualified applicants for the position of Emergency Management Agency (EMA) member. The purpose of the EMA Members are to assist in the following duties: Storm Spotting, Traffic Control, Firefighter/Member Rehab at Emergency Scenes, etc. We provide all training and education needed to perform this position.

Valid Illinois Driver's License 18 Years Old or Older Willingness to get response to calls in All kinds of Weather Conditions as well as Different Times of Day/Night

FIREFIGHTERS AND EMTS NEEDED

<h3><p>The Edinboro Volunteer Fire Department is searching for individuals who are willing to serve their community. The EVFD is actively looking for firefighters, EMT's and EMR's to assist in answering approximately 1,200 calls per year. Don't want to run calls? We are also looking for support personnel to assist with business operations and fundraising. Want more information? Feel free to call the station at 814-734-1823, email randr@edinborofire.org or by stop by the station on our drill nights every Wednesday at 7PM. </p> <p>Membership Benefits Include: </p><p>-Free Training: All firefighting, rescue and emergency medical training is provided at no cost to you.</p><p>-Team: A great sense of community and serving a good cause.</p><p>-Incentives: Shirts, jackets, and other incentives.</p><p>-Gear and Equipment: All gear and equipment provided at no cost.</p><p>-Leadership: Opportunities for advancement and responsibility on both the operational and administrative side of the EVFD.</p><p>-Family: Camaraderie and lifelong friendships.</p><p>-Internet Access: Work from the firehouse while you volunteer! High speed Internet access network.</p><p>-Recognition: Annual awards banquet and various recognition events throughout the year.</p><p>-Insurance Coverage: Workers Compensation Insurance coverage and Accident & Sickness policy.</p><p>-Much More!!</p></h3>

<h3><p>Applicants must: </p><p>-Submit a completed application.</p><p>-Participate in an interview with the Membership Committee.</p><p>-Undergo a Pennsylvania Act 34 Criminal History Clearance.</p><p>-Submit a physical examination form indicating that the individual is capable of performing the work associated with the duties to be performed.</p><p>-Receive a favorable recommendation from the Membership Committee.</p><p>-Complete a probationary period of six to twenty-four months. </p></h3>

Firefighter / Junior Firefighters

Looking for dedicated people to join our department. All training and turn out gear are supplied and paid for.

Willingness to dedicate time to train and serve the community.

Firefighter

Long Lake Fire covers the areas of Long Lake, Orono, and part of Medina and Lake Minnetonka out of two stations. One station located in Long Lake and the other in Navarre (Orono). The department runs approximately 400 calls for service per year.

Must be at least 18 years old Must live or work within ten minutes of either station. Must pass physical and mental health exam.

Firefighter

The Grafton Fire Department is recruiting individuals who live or work in the Grafton area and are interested in serving their community as Paid-on-Call Firefighters. For more information on joining, please visit our website at: www.graftonfire.com.

No experience necessary to join. The Grafton Fire Department will pay for needed schooling.

FireFighter

Volunteer FireFighter

18 years old valid Mississippi drivers license

Call Firefighters, EMT's Wanted

Deering Fire & Rescue is looking for men and women who are firefighters and EMT's to join our team. If you are not certified as a firefighter or EMT, we can show you what the job entails and how to go about getting that training so you can help protect the citizens of Deering. We are also looking for any individuals with experience with grant writing, computer skills, CDL drivers to pump the fire engines.

Great attitude, willing to learn, ability to work with a team, hardworker,

Firefighter – Medical Focus

A Medical Focused Firefighter responds to both emergent and non-emergent calls for assistance made by the public. These may include sickness and injury, as well as medical support of Firefighting, HazMat, and Rescue operations. ARFD is a first responder agency that does not transport patients, but provides basic life support until care is transferred to a transport agency. Work direction is provided by department officers, incident commanders, more qualified medical staff (i.e. paramedics and doctors), and state and local directives.

The Medical Focused Firefighter must be (or become within the first year of service) a licensed Emergency Medical Technician (EMT) with the State of Montana. Regular medical training attendance is required and will fulfill both Montana and NREMT Continuing Education (CE) and refresher training requirements. Additionally, certain additional departmental training, skill proficiency demonstration, and officer approval is required prior to the member responding to calls and being issued a pager. A successful background investigation is required before an individual may respond to calls for service. This role often involves lifting of equipment and patients and can require extended kneeling or other positions of discomfort. Those filling this role should have and maintain a level of physical fitness necessary to perform these tasks. Attendance at regular department training is encouraged for at least the beginning portion of the training to be made aware of department announcements and activities, as well as to interface with the department as a whole. The training topic or activity occurring will determine whether the Medical Focused Firefighter attends the duration of the training. Many Medical tasks overlap or support department operations and so a fair number of these trainings will be pertinent. An average of 10+ hours per month should be planned to successfully fulfill this position. 1. Be at least 18 years of age. 2. Reside within the Amsterdam Rural Fire District or within a geographic area so as to allow you to respond to station within 10 minutes, obeying all traffic laws. 3. Must have a valid Montana drivers license of the class required by state law. 4. Satisfactorily complete the recruit training program and CPR course. 5. Agrees to attend a minimum of 30 hrs of department approved training each year 6. Agrees to keep their CPR and EMT certification and training current 7. Agrees to respond to at least 20% of emergency calls 8. Agrees to fulfill the job requirements of the volunteer firefighter job description 9. Agrees to abide by all other policies, rules and regulations, S.O.P.’s as set forth by the Amsterdam Volunteer Rural Fire Department

Volunteer / Paid Call firefighter

Volunteer / Paid Call Firefighter The City of Guadalupe is looking for people interested in serving the community, gaining experience in the field, and becoming part of our team. The Guadalupe Fire Department is looking to fill 5 vacant positions. Volunteer / Paid Call Pay Firefighter/EMT (minimum 8 - 12hr Shifts per month) $400.00 monthly Stipend. Weekend Duty (minimum 2 - 24hr shifts per month) $120.00 per Shift. Application Process: Send Compleated application, with copies of Academy Firefighter 1 certificate, EMT-1 Card , and CPR card to: Human Resources, City of Guadalupe, P.O.Box 908, Guadalupe CA 93434. An application can be found at www.ci.guadalupe.ca.us under the employment section. For additional information call Human Resources at (805) 356-3893.

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: • Graduation from Fire Academy with a Firefighter 1 Academy certificate • Current Santa Barbara County EMT-1 Certificate • California Driver’s License, Class C • Valid American Heart Association BLS CPR Card • Reside within a 30-minute radius from City of Guadalupe

Volunteer Firefighters, Dive Team Members, Fire Police and Admin Professionals

EVERY SKILL FULFILLS A NEED! The Spring Mill Fire Company the community services that include Firefighting, Swift Water Rescue, Dive Operations and Fire Police. We are virtually all volunteer from Firefighting and Rescue Operations to running our Administration. Spring Mill Fire Company is always in need of volunteers! If you are age 14 or older and are interested in finding out how you can become a volunteer firefighter with Sping Mill Fire Company, visit the firehouse any Monday night after 7:00 p.m! There are also several tangible and intangible benefits to joining: Pay-per-call: Each Active Member earns $5 per call and training and $20 for each certification completed. Active Members are paid in March for the previous year. Insurance Benefits: While on-duty, each Active member is covered by both Vehicle and Liability insurance and Workmans Comp. Free Life Insurance Uniform Allowance: Each Active Member receives $100 for approved uniform/equipment expenses each year. Gym Reimbursement Program SMFC pays for all training and basic equipment needed. Unique Leadership Experience Responding to emergency calls allows you to give back to your community while also building your leadership skills, team building skills and be able to solve dynamic, stressful situations with confidence.

Volunteers need to successfully pass a Pennsylvania State Criminal and Child Abuse Background Checks, Spring Mill Orientation and be voted in by the members. More info and an online application can be found at: http://www.springmillfire.com/membership/

Volunteer Firefighter

Looking for people within the Spanish Fort community who are ready to volunteer to help keep the city we live in safe! Volunteer drill is held every Tuesday night from 6:30 to 9:30pm. We are looking for volunteers of all ages. There are positions available for every person no matter your age or experience.

Must be 16 and older with a valid drivers license and live within the Spanish Fort Fire district. No other requirements are necessary. After attending 3 drills, a person can be voted in. Once voted in, personnel will be trained as a volunteer firefighter.

VOLUNTEER fire fighter

Come join the Fairmount Fire Company and be part of tight nit awesome crew of people that help the Washington township and Tewksbury township residents.

We pay to send you to fire academy, Weekly meeting is Tuesday night. When the pager goes off you respond.

Firefighter

Willing to run calls and attend classes, events, and training.

Willing to run calls and attend classes, events, and training.

Firefighter

Paid per Call firefighter recruits wanted. Inquire with East Spencer Fire Department.

18 yrs or older Clear criminal background Pass drug screening High School Diploma/GED Contact East Spencer Fire Dept for details...

Incident Support Team

The King County Incident Support team is part of the 8 King County, WA volunteer Search and Rescue units. KC IST specializes in assisting the Incident Commander of a Search and Rescue Mission at the command post by: *Communicating on VHF/UHF radios and logging the radio traffic *Developing and printing maps to be used by field searchers *Logging position updates of field crews *Preparing briefing and debriefing packets for field crews *Requesting SPOT reports as needed

Initial requirements: Pass IC-100, IC-1700 Complete an application here: http://www.kcist.org/membership/how-to-join/ Additional requirements after joining: http://www.kcist.org/training/

Firefighter, Emergency Medical Technician, Driver, Administrator

Seeking applicants interested in the position of firefighter, emergency medical technician (multiple levels), driver (multiple levels), and/or administrator (multiple positions). No experience necessary. Training and equipment provided.

16 years of age. Must be able to pass a criminal background check. Clean driving record (if interested in a driver position). No formal training required. All necessary training will be provided.

Volunteer Firefighter

Lake Chinook Fire and Rescue is seeking quality people who wish to volunteer as firefighters, paramedics, EMTs or support personnel. As a volunteer you will be supporting your neighbors and the community. If you are already a firefighter or EMT, ask about our Affiliated Volunteer Program. Volunteer as little as 1 day a month! As a new member of the LCF&R you would be asked to complete the minimum mandatory training required by the State of Oregon with in two years of acceptance. NWCG Wildland trainding in the Spring. To attend 50% of the regularly scheduled training sessions. Respond to an acceptable percentage of emergencies occurring in the District..Our Department responds to all calls from the Cove Palisades State Park on the Deschutes arm of Lake Billy Chinook to Green Ridge and west to Perry South Campground which is an area of approximately 40 Sq Miles.

Eligibility Requirements to become a Volunteer : • Must be minimum 18 years of age • Valid and insurable driver's license • Valid Oregon Boaters Certification • Pass a background Check • Pass a arduous duty Pack test

Volunteers needed

Fairview volunteer fire department is in need of volunteers from fire fighters to fundraisers to maintenance please help support our community

Must be 18 no felonies have a valid driver license

Firefighter

No experience needed. We will provide all training.

Must live within the Robie Creek Fire district boundaries and be willing to dedicate time for regular training.

Firefighter Recruit - COPY

Looking for potential and upcoming firefighter/EMT's. We shall put you through the proper training requirements to become a firefighter EMT. Anyone interested or even curious about what we do, please contact me and I will give you as much information as possible.

At least 18 years of age. No felonies or misdemeanors. Background check upon joining. More info as you show interest and join.

Medical Response Personnel

Applicants to this category are either already TN licensed Emergency Medical Responders, EMT, AEMT, or Paramedic or are people who are interested in dedicating their time to learn these valuable skills. The department will provide training up to the Emergency Medical Responder level which will allow personnel to respond to people who need medical attention or have been involved in some type of physical trauma. These personnel will be required to provide top notch medical care until White County EMS arrives on scene, assist EMS, and provide a thorough and complete Patient Care Report.

Medical Response candidates must be 18 years old at time of application. All applicants must be able to stand, stoop, crawl, and walk. Frequently lift items heavier than 10 pounds, have overall good physical fitness, handle physical and emotional stress, have good judgement, be dependable, have emotional control, extremely high integrity, and understand safety principles. Applicants are asked to be free of any felony convictions and no convictions of theft or assault. Other criminal charges could be disqualifying based on the judgement of the Chief of the department.

Firefighters and Support Members

The Southbury Volunteer Firemen's Association needs you! Opportunities for firefighters and support members. What are you waiting for? No experience? Top tier NFPA certified training provided. All equipment provided. Want to learn new skills, help your community and make a difference?

No experience necessary.

Fire Fighter

Looking for motivated individuals to give up several hours for training, responding to incidents, attending meetings, and whom want to give back to their community and help people in their time of need. Firefighter's are responsible for responding to FIRES, ACCIDENTS, many SERVICE related incidents, maintaining equipment and apparatus, attending meetings, and teaching our community about fire safety and promoting our programs. The Department conducts meetings every Tuesday night at 7 pm.

Must live within our response area or in close proximity too. Must complete application. Must pass background check - criminal history, driving record. Must have valid Michigan Drivers License - no restrictions or suspensions. Must pass medical physical - department paid. Must have High School Diploma or GED. Must be 18 years of age or older We do offer an explorer program for individuals that are 16 years of age or older

Resident Firefighter/EMT "Firefighter Internship Program"

Job Duties as a FF/EMT: respond to and provide various emergency services such as fire suppression, rescue, and emergency medical services. • Transport patients to the hospital • Perform Basic Life Support Services • Fire suppression and prevention • Operate power tools and manual tools • Drive and operate Fire/EMS apparatuses such as an aid unit, fire engine, support unit, water tender, and other vehicles • Perform a variety of rescue services • Continue training and maintenance of certifications • Maintain facilities and apparatuses • Attend and participate in Public Education Events • Community Outreach • Ability to pass certain health standards BENEFITS & INCENTIVES Reimbursement: • Dorm Room at one of 5 stations • $61.00 per diem rate for 24 hour state reimbursement • $25.00 per patient transport (EMT) • $5,000 Tuition reimbursement Other Benefits: • NFPA Medical Physical • Optional medical/dental insurance coverage • Short & Long term Disability Lost Wage= $600 per week max • BVFF- Retirement, Disablilty and LODD benefits • 24 Hour Employee Advisory Program (EAP) Training: • Annual training,call back, and event incentives • IFSAC FF II Training Preference Points for Career Positions

Age: 18+ Highschool Grad or GED: Yes Valid Washington Drivers License: Yes Certifications: • IFSAC Firefighter 1 Certification • NREMT (EMT-B certification) Must have the ability to pass a Career FF/EMT medical physical Must have the ability to pass a physical exam or have a current CPAT Must have the ability to pass a basic written exam (provided within the department) with an 80% or above; or have taken an equivalent exam else where (example: college entrance exam) Download application at: http://westthurstonfire.org/volunteer Submit application either via email to: Jessica.joslin@westthurstonfire.org Or drop off application to: 10828 Littlerock Rd SW Olympia, WA 98512

Firefighter

Looking for junior and senior firefighters.

All training provided, Junior members must be 16 years old, senior members 18 with valid PA drivers license. Must pass back round check.

Firefighter/ First Responder

We are looking for dependable, dedicated people who wish to help out their neighbors by volunteering at our fire department. We will train you on the basics and you will be able to receive advanced training from the fire academy at our expense. NO PREVIOUS TRAINING OR EXPERIENCE NEEDED

1. Live in our fire district or on the very edge of it. (See map at www.bmfire.com) **We will make exceptions on case-by-case basis. 2. Be willing to sacrifice your time and energy to the department. Must attend meetings (2 times a month), calls (roughly 20-30 per month), and complete duties around the station. 3. Be willing to take required training courses. Most will be taught at local fire departments near us or could be held at our department. 4. Be 15 years of age or older, those under 18 will be Explorers 5. Have a valid SC Class D Drivers License or CDL's (but a CDL is not a requirement) 6. Have no felonies on record for the past 10 years (per SC Law).

Volunteer Firefighter/EMTs, Volunteer Firefighter/EMT Trainees, and Volunteer Support Staff Members

VOLUNTEER FIREFIGHTER/EMT: Those personnel without IFSAC or ProBoard accredited certification as a NFPA 1001 compliant firefighter will be classified as non-interior firefighters. A non-interior firefighter performs limited service work in fire suppression, hazardous material mitigation, and rescue, and does related work as required, including maintenance, preparedness, and training. Work is performed under regular supervision. The individual must execute orders of their assigned supervisors promptly and efficiently. Those personnel with IFSAC or ProBoard accredited certification as a NFPA 1001 compliant firefighter may be classified as interior firefighters. An interior firefighter performing intermediate service work in fire suppression, hazardous materials mitigation, and rescue, and does related work as required. Work is performed under regular supervision. The individual must execute orders of their assigned supervisors promptly and efficiently. No personnel will perform emergency medical care until in possession of valid credentials issued by the North Carolina Office of EMS. VOLUNTEER SUPPORT STAFF MEMBER: Those personnel who do not wish to serve as active firefighters may perform support functions for the fire department to include administrative, fire and life safety education, maintenance, and rehabilitation functions, and does related work as necessary. Work is performed under regular supervision. The individual must execute orders of their assigned supervisors promptly and efficiently

MINIMUM SELECTION STANDARDS At least 18 years of age High school graduate or GED recipient United States citizenship Possession of a valid North Carolina driver’s license Successful completion of physical agility testing and physical examinations (firefighters only) Successful completion of required drug screening activities Possession of an acceptable criminal record and a safe driving record PROBATIONARY PERIOD FOR VOLUNTEER FIREFIGHTERS Those selected to serve as volunteer firefighters but who do not possess an IFSAC or ProBoard accredited certification as an NFPA 1001 compliant firefighter must attend and complete such certification during their first 18 months of service. The probationary period for these personnel will be 18 months. Those selected to serve as volunteer firefighters who possess an IFSAC or ProBoard accredited certification as an NFPA 1001 compliant firefighter must attend a designated block of recruit training during their first year of service. The probationary period for these personnel will be one year. TRAINING REQUIREMENTS No previous training or experience is necessary. All personnel are required to complete a minimum number of training hours annually according to the individual’s position and level of responsibility within the department. Required training is hosted by the department and other similar institutions throughout the state; fees for required training may be reimbursed by the department upon successful completion of the training if reimbursement funds are available. DUTY REQUIREMENTS Volunteer firefighters applying after August 1, 2015 will be required to perform six (6) hours of scheduled duty time at an Elkin fire station each month. This requirement will be imposed only after each person receives IFSAC or ProBoard accredited certification as a NFPA 1001 compliant firefighter.

Volunteer Firefighter

Orcas Island Fire & Rescue is an all hazards response department which provides emergency services to all of Orcas Island. Our services include EMS, structural and wildland firefighting, technical rescue, search & rescue, and marine response. We are a combined career / volunteer department. Station 21 in Eastsound is staffed 24 hours/day by a paramedic and a firefighter/EMT, plus volunteer duty crew. There are an additional 6 fire stations distributed across the island. OIFR puts on a Firefighter Academy which prepares volunteers to pass the Firefighter 1 certification tests. Once a recruit passes the Firefighter Academy they become full members of the department. We are a small community of neighbors helping neighbors. If you interested in volunteering please feel free to call or stop by the station to chat and have a look around.

You must be a full time resident of Orcas Island, over 18 years of age, have a high school diploma or equivalent, be able to pass a physical, and pass a background check and drug screen.

firefighter

The Spruce River Volunteer Fire Department is looking for able bodied individuals who would like to become firefighters and serve our community.

Must be 18. No felonies on record and able to pass a drug test.

Part-Time Firefighter

Preform Medical First Response To The Citizens of Crockery Township Preform Fire Fighting Operations Preform Equipment Maintenance Attend Department Training's All training is not only paid for but also time in training is paid for as well.

Min. Age 18 High School Diploma or Equivalent Valid Drivers Licence Able To pass a Background Check Live With-In a 12 Minute Response Time of The Station

Firefighter/EMT/EMR

This is a paid per call position within our organization. We will pay for and furnish the required training and protective equipment.

Must pass a criminal background and driving record check. Must be able to pass a random drug test at any time.

Firefighter

If you live or work in the Payne Ohio area we are looking for paid on call volunteer firefighters and or firefighter/Emts. Please call the station an leave a message for any interested candidates and we will be in touch with you.

18 years of age, high school diploma or equivalent, clean background check and license, and live or work near the Payne Ohio fire district.

Volunteer Firefighter, Bookkeeper, Financial Assistant, General Assistance.

Needed citizens of our community to make a difference in the emergency care for visitors,citizens or general public while in our care.

Financial Assistant experienced in Quickens Pro Program.

Firefighter

The Northwest Rockingham Fire Department is made up of dedicated men and women that are 100% volunteer. Our Fire department provides fire suppression and emergency medical care to the citizens of the fire district. The Northwest Rockingham Fire Department responds mutual aid with Mayodan, Stoneville, Northeast Stokes, Madison, North Stonyview, and Shiloh Fire districts. The Northwest Rockingham Volunteer Fire Department is located North of the Town of Mayodan and west of The Town of Stoneville. The fire district is made up of many different communities such as Ayersville, Mayo Mountain, Beaver Island, Goins Town, Community Baptist, and Victory Hill. Starting November 2018 the fire district will change from a class 9/9E insurance rating to a class 6/9E insurance rating. If you are interested in becoming a volunteer or you would like to learn more about the fire department please fill out the information and we can answer any questions you may have

18 years of age for Firefighters and 16 years of age for junior members. Must pass an acceptable criminal background check.

Firefighter

Want to a make difference in your community? Don’t know how? Join us today and be the neighbor that helps your fellow neighbors!

- Us Citizen - 18 years of age or older - Must be able to pass a background

Firefighter/EMT/EMR/Fire Police

We are a full volunteer force. We operate as the R1 service for the town EMS system. We provide technical rescue, and fire response town wide and when called mutual aid. The other all volunteer department in our town operates the ambulance. We are always looking for local folks to join, get trained, and be active.

Jr. Member program starts at 14y/o and the full member program at 18. Need to pass a physical and be willing to train, pass certifications courses, become State Certified, keep up with department training, meetings, events, and call volume. It is ideal that applicants be local to Coventry or an adjacent town.

PAID-PER-CALL AND PART-TIME FIREFIGHTER

The City of New Carlisle Fire Division is looking for dedicated first responders to fill openings in our ranks. We are looking for resident paid-per-call members and part-time employees. If you are interested in either position, contact us @ ncfdfire52

A clean driving record and criminal record are required for both positions. No prior training is required for the paid -per-call position. A minimum of Firefighter Level 1 and EMT-Basic are required for part-time.

Paid on Call Firefighter

Burns Township Fire Department has openings for paid on call firefighters. Burns township is a small department running 60-70 calls per year. If you are interested you can call 810-266-5220 or email fire@burnstownship.org. Training is held the first Wednesday of every month at 7Pm at the fire station, we are always open to potential new recruits stopping in to see what we are all about.

At least 18 years of age, Firefighter I&II certified or willing to obtain, GED or high school diploma, able to complete Fire department physical skills test.

Firefighter

Certified or non-certified firefighter. Will be expected to complete duties on the fire ground. All non certified candidates will be expected to make an effort to take classes to gain Firefighter Cert.

High School Diploma, No criminal background, lives within or near the CFD district.

Firefighter

We are always seeking dedicated individuals who are willing to help the community and our fellow friends and neighbors. If you are interested, we want to hear from you!

No experience needed! We will provide all the equipment and training needed to make you a firefighter!

Volunteer Firefighter

Get in Gear-Volunteer! Being a volunteer firefighter offers rewards few others can match. It takes a special person to fill the boots of a volunteer firefighter. That’s why we need people with a strong desire to help others, and people with the courage and dedication to do the job. Because the job is so important, we make sure that all of our firefighters are expertly trained and properly equipped to get the job done. Our volunteers have many occupations. We have members who are executives, police officers, nurses, business owners, landscapers, lawyers, factory workers, and many more. We have male and female members. Our members do not have to be a certain type of person, they just have to want to serve others. We are a volunteer department with a Career Chief. We respond to many different types of incidents, some examples are: Vehicle accidents/vehicle fires, Structure fires, Hazardous Material leaks/spills, Water Rescues, Trench Rescues, Collapse Rescues, 1st Responder Medical Assists. We average 750 runs a year. Benefits Free Training-there is no experience required! We train you at no cost to you. All fire gear, safety equipment is provided at no cost to you. We make sure our members are provided with excellent, safe equipment. Community Service-Pride in giving back to your community, helping others and providing a valuable service. Family Events-We welcome your whole family with many family events throughout the year. Networking-Meet new people, make lifelong friends.

No experience required!  Stop by 200 Alpine Drive, Shelbyville and complete an application.  Must be 18 years of age with a valid Driver’s License. (Or 15 years old to join our Junior Firefighter Program.)  Must live within the boundaries of the Shelby County Fire District.  We train on Thursdays. Morning training is at 9:30am. Evening training is at 6:30pm. Attend the training that fits your schedule. If you want to do something important for your community and join in our traditions of service and excellence, stop by the Shelby County Station One at 200 Alpine Drive and talk to us.

Volunteer members

We are seeking new members to join the palm Beach Shores Volunteer Fire Department. No experience necessary, we are looking for anyone with the desire to help their community.

Background Check and medical examination provided by the Town.

Volunteer Firefighters

The Pike County Firefighters Association represents all of our Pike County Firefighters. Pike County Ohio has an immediate need for volunteers especially to serve during the day time hours. There are 10 departments in our county that are need. They are Waverly FD, Beaver FD, Piketon-Seal Twp. FD, Elm Grove FD, Camp Creek Twp. FD, Pebble Twp. FD, Benton Twp. FD, Jackson Twp. FD, Scioto Twp. FD, and Stockdale FD. Please contact the Pike County Ohio Firefighters Association for more information at: Jason Fields Secretary-Treasurer Pike County Firefighters Association 740-970-0695 pcffa.mail@gmail.com pcffa.webs.com facebook.com/pikecountyfirefightersassociation

To be certified in the State of Ohio you must be 18 years of age and must complete a 36 hour volunteer firefighter course. Every Pike County Fire Department will pay for your volunteer training.

Firefighter/EMT, ladies aux

Exterior and interior firefighters needed along with ems. Ladies auxiliary also

No requirements

Volunteer Firefighter/ EMT

Volunteer Firefighter/ EMTs are responsible for work performed in combating, extinguishing and preventing fires and in the protection of life and property. Volunteer personnel are critical in performing fire suppression and prevention, public education and other emergency service activities. Some of the duties of a Volunteer Firefighter/EMT are rescuing people from cars and burning buildings and administering first aid. Being a Volunteer Firefighter/ EMT is a competitive and challenging position. It requires a strong commitment towards education, training, perseverance, and helping the community. Central Mason Fire and EMS is looking for professionals that are dedicated, resilient, have strong customer service skills and who are willing and ready to assist people and protect lives. Job Duties as a Firefighter/ EMT may include, but are not limited to: • Respond to and provide various emergency services such as fire suppression, rescue, and emergency medical services. • Transport patients to the hospital • Perform Basic Life Support Services • Fire suppression and prevention • Operate power tools and manual tools • Drive and operate Fire/ EMS apparatuses such as an aid unit, fire engine, support unit, water tender, and other emergency vehicles • Continue training and maintenance of certifications • Maintain facilities and apparatuses • Attend and participate in Public Education Events • Participate in Community Outreach • Ability to pass certain health standards

Minimum Requirements: • Applicants must be 18 years of age or older • High school Graduate/ Diploma or GED • Possess and maintain a valid Washington State Driver’s License with an acceptable driving record • Pass a comprehensive background check • Must have the ability to obtain IFSAC Firefighter 1 and EMT-B certifications • Must have the ability to pass a physical exam • Maintain mental alertness and physical strength to perform all activities and tasks related to firefighter/ EMT activities

Volunteer Firefighter

Volunteer Firefighters serve their communities by responding to fires and other emergencies. In some municipalities, Volunteer Firefighters also work as building inspectors or emergency medical technicians (EMTs). This position requires a great deal of teamwork, especially when fighting active fires. Often, Volunteer Firefighters use the position to gain experience to become professional firefighters. Volunteer Firefighters usually work under the supervision of a fire chief or company officer. Most volunteer opportunities are found in municipal fire departments, but a Volunteer Firefighter may also work for a private or public ambulance service. Volunteer Firefighter Duties and Responsibilities The main responsibilities of a Volunteer Firefighter are to assist people in distress, rescue fire victims and extinguish fires as quickly as possible. To accomplish these goals, a Volunteer Firefighter must perform a wide range of tasks. We reviewed several job listings to determine the primary duties of a Volunteer Firefighter. Inspect Equipment Communities rely on Volunteer Firefighters to inspect and maintain fire trucks, ladders, hoses and other fire-fighting equipment. Volunteer Firefighters regularly inspect their equipment for cracks, leaks, holes and other signs of damage. If a piece of equipment is damaged beyond repair, the Volunteer Firefighter submits a request for a replacement. Administer First Aid In addition to fighting fires, Volunteer Firefighters also respond to auto accidents and other emergencies. When responding to a fire or accident scene, a Volunteer Firefighter may have to administer CPR or perform other first-aid procedures. With special training, a Volunteer Firefighter may also perform basic life-support procedures. Suppress Fires A Volunteer Firefighter uses a variety of techniques to control and extinguish fires. Volunteer Firefighters use ladders, hydrants, hoses, fire extinguishers, and other tools to prevent fires from spreading. In some cases, a Volunteer Firefighter may have to enter a burning building to put out the flames or rescue fire victims. Drive Emergency Vehicles Volunteer Firefighters with the proper training may be called upon to drive fire trucks and other emergency vehicles. Some Volunteer Firefighters use their own vehicles to respond to fires and accident scenes. Investigate Fires Volunteer Firefighters help determine the cause of each fire they extinguish. If a fire is the result of arson, a Volunteer Firefighter may be called to testify against the perpetrator in court.

Volunteer Firefighter Skills Excellent interpersonal communication skills are a must for any Volunteer Firefighter. The position requires a great deal of contact with fire and accident victims, police officers and government officials. Because fires can rage out of control quickly, a Volunteer Firefighter must be able to make quick decisions

Volunteer Firefighters and Resident Volunteer Firefighters

Volunteer Firefighter positions open for all 6 stations. We provide the training you are required to have, to be a interior firefighter or even a EMR. We drill every Monday evening. Benifits include training and a stipend. We are also looking for members that would like to volunteer but not be a interior firefighter we can us you as a operator also. Resident Volunteer positions are assigned a 24 hour shift every 3rd day. You will live at one of our 2 station setup for residents. We provide $400.00 a month stipend and $600.00 a term for college along with any other training you are interested in that we do not provide in house.

Live in District for Volunteers Live at assigned station for Resident Volunteers

Volunteer Fire Fighter

Needing volunteers that are willing to train and help protect our community.

Must be 18 years of age, possess a valid Arkansas Drivers License, and have Clean criminal record. We will train you.

Fire Cadet Program

Do you have a highschool aged child that is interested in becoming a firefighter. Let us know and we'll give you more info.

Highschool age until 18 Passing grades. Maintain a C average in all classes.

Non Firefighter Volunteer Duties

Along with firefighters, our fire department needs board members, assistance with paperwork, fundraisers, vehicle check-offs, building maintenance and cleaning, etc. The list is never ending. We are on a limited budget, so we depend on volunteers for the upkeep of the department.

No requirements are required.

Citizen - Fire Recruit/First Responder NO EXPERIENCE REQUIRED

Blooming Grove Volunteer Fire Department is looking for citizens interested in becoming volunteer firefighter, emergency medical responder or both. Once qualified as a member the department will provide all necessary training, protective equipment and alerting devices to the member at no cost to them. Blooming Grove Fire Department is an all hazards department, meaning we responding to all fire, medical, rescue, hazmat and industrial incidents. We also participate in all aspects of community relations and public education. https://www.facebook.com/BGVFD/

NO EXPERIENCE REQUIRED Membership is open to all citizens in our 55sq mile response area, Who have a valid class C (or grater) Texas drivers license. Applicants must also pass a TxDPS background check, Drug screen and physical prior to employment. Once qualified as a member the department will provide all necessary training, protective equipment and alerting devices to the member. BGVFD members incur no out of pocket cost after the application process. https://www.facebook.com/BGVFD/

Volunteer Firefighter EMS First responder

Volunteers may be a firefighter and/ OR am ems first responder.

Physically fit and in good health. Drivers license with good driving record.

Volunteer Firefighter and/or EMT

The Doña Ana County Fire & Emergency Services Station 9 - Chaparral is looking for dedicated and community minded individuals who want to be part of a growing and progressive agency, which is committed to providing quality emergency services to the community of Chaparral, NM and surrounding areas in Southern Doña Ana and Otero Counties. As a member of Station 9, you are a integral member of a vital community asset and a member of a very close knit team, that is charged with the protection of the lives and property of our citizens and visitors. You are a part of something bigger than yourself that will help build you as a person and will offer you the opportunity to gain leadership skills, self-confidence, and a sense of individual courage that you will not find in too many other opportunities. Members respond to calls for service in district and often to neighboring response districts day or night such as fires, vehicle accidents, Emergency Medical Service calls, public service/assistance calls, as well as calls to assist other neighboring agencies when needed. All members are issued with radios, personal protective gear for firefighting, uniform items and well as provided with any necessary training, certifications and accredited licenses all FREE of charge as part of your membership. All members are also entitled to New Mexico State Public Employees Retirement (PERA) after achieving a certain number of years of successful service. PERA credit is accrued for every year of successful service and is able to be build upon any other service credit as a public employee within the state! We will not lie to you; firefighting is tough and the training is arduous. You will sweat, and you be placed in situations that will normally make you uncomfortable and occasionally dangerous. But we promise to give you the training, skills and teamwork that will not only bring you through it, but more importantly, SAVE A LIFE and make a difference. Not every hero wears a cape or lives in a secluded cave, most wear helmets and are the right neighbor next door. Come join us! Make a difference! Save lives!

No prior Firefighter or EMS certification required (We will get you there if you don't have any) Minimum of 18 years old Current NM/TX Class C Driver's License High School Diploma Complete Criminal Background Check NO Wants or Warrants Complete Application Process.

Fire Fighter

Firefighters in Washington Twp. respond from home or work to a variety of emergencies including structural and wildland fires, motor vehicle accidents, various other types of rescues and some Medical emergencies.

Applicant should be live in Washington Twp, be physically fit and willing to attend training.

Seeking Ambulance Drivers, First Responders, EMT's, Firefighter's, and Support Personnel

Minerva Volunteer Fire Dept. & Rescue Squad is seeking new members! We are looking for Ambulance Drivers and attendants, First Responders, EMT's, Firefighter's(Both Interior and Exterior), as well as Fire Police, and Support Personnel. Training will be provided by the Department! Contact us for more information or for an application. Our meetings are the second Monday of every month, feel free to stop by and check us out!

NO EXPERIENCE NECESSARY! Training will be provided by the Department depending on which position you are applying for.

All Positions

VOLUNTEER members 16 years of age to 90 are needed for both emergency and corporate positions. Fire and EMS members: free training, college credits and scholarships, LOSAP pension, NYS Tax Reduction, Yearly Pyhsical We meet on the first monday of the month at 7pm for a meeting. And every Thursday at 7 p.m. for drills and Sunday at 9am for equipment check / work details. Our corporate members consist of associate members and ladies auxiliary. These 2 groups participate in activities that support our emergency responder at time in the field. Fill positions on corporate committees and assist with community events and activities. If your looking to get involved in your community there is no organization that has a greater impact and ability to make a difference in our town.

Must be 16 years old for firefighting. We welcomed trained firefighters but will train inexperienced applicants. Must pass physical in order to be a emergency responder. However that doesn't mean you can't help your community in other ways with our agency

FIRE/RESCUE/EMS/HAZ-MAT/FIRE CORPS/EXPLORER/JUNIOR FIREFIGTER/AUXILIARY/SUPPORT

The Erie County Department of Emergency Services serves as the clearinghouse for all recruitment inquiries for our county's 94 volunteer fire departments and four volunteer ambulance corps/emergency squads. The volunteering opportunities offered vary based on each volunteer fire department so we encourage you to visit www.iVolunteerFIRE.org to learn about our great volunteers and the opportunities they offer to get involved in your community. Complete our online inquiry form and we will connect you with the appropriate agency in your neighborhood. Fight Fires. Save Lives. Volunteer Today!

The volunteering opportunities offered, applications process, criteria for joining, membership requirements and benefits vary by volunteer fire department. We encourage you to visit www.iVolunteerFIRE.org to learn about our great volunteers and the opportunities they offer to get involved in your community. Complete our online inquiry form and we will connect you with the appropriate agency in your neighborhood.

Firefighter

Seeking men and women who want to serve their community as firefighters

Any person sixteen (16) years old or older, of good moral character and standing, with no felony convictions per West Virginia State Code Chapter 15, Article 5, Section 15, resides in the first due response district of the Ohio River Road Volunteer Fire Department or east of 31st Street (Huntington), north of U.S. Route 60 from Huntington eastward ending at Blue Sulphur Road, or within two (2) miles of the District in all other areas is eligible for membership. However, all members must reside within Cabell County.

Volunteer Firefighters

Somerset Fire & Rescue, located in Somerset, New Jersey, is currently taking applications for the position of Firefighter. We respond to approximately 1000 calls per year. We provide Fire and Rescue services for Franklin Township and the surrounding area. Somerset Fire & Rescue provides firefighting, vehicle extrication, building shoring, confined space rescue, trench rescue, dive/water rescue and RIT (Rapid Intervention Team). Length of Service Awards Program: Current value is $1,650 per year. Yearly stipend for fire call attendance. Life insurance benefit. Per Diem reimbursement for time spent on Fire Department business or on training. Local, state and national-level training. Uniforms, turn-out gear, training and personal equipment provided. To Volunteer : Visit www.station56.org to fill out an application. Stop by the firehouse with your completed application Sunday - Thursday 7pm-9pm.

16 years of age or older. All training will be provided.

Firefighters

Looking for active firefighters

Will provide trining If you have Conn FF 1, minimum for active ff Also support memberships No training requirements

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Paid On Call Fire Fighters

Paid on call fire fighters will respond to fires, medical emergencies, personal injury accidents (Motor vehicle crashes), non emergencies incidents, hazardous material spill/leaks and provide assistance to the general public. Essential duties: ensure all assigned station apparatus and equipment are in state of readiness carries out duties in a safe and efficient manner performs tasks during scene operations: including locating incidents, driving and operating apparatus, proficient use of equipment, tools and supplies to suppress fire, rescue persons, and provide pre hospital medical treatment and transport, and contain hazardous material spill or leaks. performs maintenance of facilities, apparatus and equipment delivers public education programs prepares incident and associated reports ensure personal conduct and performance conform to department policy and procedure attends required monthly training and maintains all licenses

Qualifications: United States Citizen 18 years of age or older Valid Michigan Drivers license Good driving record No criminal convictions Satisfactory employment record Good Physical Condition- capable of performing fire fighting tasks Pass Physical Ability Test Pass Psychological Examination Strong desire to serve Willing to respond week day nights and weekends Complete an application from Farmington Hills

Volunteer Firefighter

The Volunteer Firefighter/Emergency Medical Technician (Volunteer FF/EMT) serves the community by responding to a wide variety of situations, ranging from emergencies that immediately threaten life or property to routine citizen requests for information or assistance. They perform within the scope of the policies and procedures of the Oakdale Hose Company and they perform duties in the following general categories: fire suppression, emergency medical aid or rescue, hazardous material responses, training, building inspections and public education. The Volunteer FF/EMT normally works under the supervision of a company officer and is expected to function effectively as part of a highly trained team. They are also expected to perform their duties under adverse conditions and physical conditions that may pose a high risk of personal injury or exposure to hazardous conditions or infectious diseases. The Volunteer FF/EMT is required to attend regularly scheduled training in order to maintain the high level of knowledge, skill and ability necessary to function safely and effectively as a firefighter and EMS provider in accordance with state law, county protocols, and standard operating procedures. The work performance of a Volunteer firefighter/EMT is continuously evaluated for general knowledge, skill proficiency, and ability to work as part of a team. Any deficiencies are corrected through remedial training.

Drivers license Live within 10 miles of the fire department

Interior Firefighter

The Cottekill Volunteer Fire Company is seeking six (6) highly motivated and physically fit individuals who can commit to the training demands and the duties described below. Performs firefighting duties such as combating, extinguishing and preventing fires, and answering emergency calls. Lays and connects hoses, direct water onto burning structures, raises and climbs ladders, uses other firefighting techniques such as ventilating burning buildings, rescuing trapped occupants from burning buildings and vehicle occupants of a motor vehicle accident, performs salvage operations, and responds and performs emergency medical assistance to level of certified training. Trains for and participates in the protection of life and property by firefighting, rescue and emergency medical activities. Participates in fire drills and attends training classes in firefighting, first aid and other related subjects. Handles routine custodial maintenance of the Fire Company equipment, apparatus and quarters. Conform to the safety requirements of the Fire Company.

Must be at least 18 years of age Must successfully pass a NYS Firefighter background check (No cost to applicant) Must successfully pass an OSHA Firefighter Physical (No cost to applicant) Must successfully complete basic training to obtain a NYS Interior Firefighter Certification within a reasonable time frame (first 12-18 months) (No cost to applicant) Must have the following qualities: Professional, Empathetic, Safety Conscious, Capable, Reliable, Effective, Respectful, Has Integrity, Committed, Humble

Firefighter/EMT/Paramedic/Support staff

Bethlehem VFD is in need of people interested in helping the community and providing assistance in times of need. We are looking for motivated individuals to assist as firefighters, EMT's, Paramedics, drivers and support staff. All training is paid for by the department

State requirements for firefighter and/or EMS Background check required

Firefighter, EMT and Administrative Support

Stephens City Fire and Rescue Company, Inc. is located in Frederick County, Station 11. We are located just South of Winchester, Virginia near Interstate 81. We are looking for interested people to become Volunteer Firefighter, EMT or Administrative Support Personal. Please visit or web site at www.stephenscityfire.com or on Face Book at Stephens City Volunteer Fire & Rescue.

We are looking for motivated individuals who are or are willing to become volunteer Firefighters, EMTs or Administrative Support Personal. If you think you may interested in joining our volunteer family, please contact us at membership@stephenscityfire.com. If you have fire/rescue training or current certifications and would like to apply, please do. An application is available on line at www.stephenscityfire.com. If you have any questions, please contact us, we'll be happy to meet you, show you around and answer any questions you may have.

Junior Firefighter

The Volunteer Firefighter serves the community by responding to a wide variety of situations, ranging from emergencies that immediately threaten life or property to routine citizen requests for information or assistance. They perform within the scope of the policies and procedures of the Altamont Fire Department and they perform duties in the following general categories: fire suppression, emergency rescue, hazardous material responses, training, building inspections and public education. The Volunteer FF normally works under the supervision of a company officer and is expected to function effectively as part of a highly trained team. They are also expected to perform their duties under adverse conditions and physical conditions that may pose a high risk of personal injury or exposure to hazardous conditions or infectious diseases. The work performance of a Volunteer firefighter is continuously evaluated for general knowledge, skill proficiency, and ability to work as part of a team. Any deficiencies are corrected through remedial training.

Must be at least 15 years of age at the time of application; The Volunteer Firefighter rides an emergency vehicle in response to fire, rescue, and hazardous materials response/mitigation and routine requests for help or assistance. In the performance of their duties, the Volunteer Firefighter places equipment, lays and connects hose; operates high-capacity pumps and directs water streams; raises and climbs ladders; uses chemical extinguishers, safety belts, lines and hooks and uses self-contained breathing apparatus. The Volunteer Firefighter may carry heavy objects and equipment and rescue injured or trapped victims. The Volunteer FF is required to attend regularly scheduled training in order to maintain the high level of knowledge, skill and ability necessary to function safely and effectively as a firefighter in accordance with State protocols and standard operating procedures.

Firefighters, Junior Firefighters, Administrative

Looking for volunteers form Firefighters, support members, fire police, and Administrative. If you are looking for an opportunity to serve your community this is a great way

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Volunteer Firefighter

Protects life and property by performing firefighting, emergency aid, hazardous materials, and fire prevention duties. Maintains fire equipment, apparatus, and facilities. The firefighters are hired through the established hiring process. Firefighters have the responsibility for the protection of life and property from the hazards of fire or other hazardous environments.

DESIRED MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS Education and Experience: (A) Graduation from high school or GED equivalent. (B) No specific work experience level required. Necessary Knowledge, Skills and Abilities: (A) Working knowledge of driver safety; working knowledge of first aid; (B) Ability to successfully learn the operation of the listed tools and equipment; ability to learn to apply standard firefighting, emergency aid, hazardous materials, and fire prevention techniques; ability to perform strenuous or peak physical effort during emergency, training or station maintenance activities for prolonged periods of time under conditions of extreme heights, intense heat, cold or smoke; ability to act effectively in emergency and stressful situations; ability to follow verbal and written instructions; ability to communicate effectively orally and in writing; ability to establish effective working relationships with employees, other agencies, and the general public; ability to meet the special requirements listed below within six (6) months from hire date. SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS (A) Must be eighteen (18) years of age or older at time of hire; (B) A valid Montana Driver’s License without record of suspension or revocation in any state; (C) No felony convictions or disqualifying criminal histories within the past seven (7) years; (C) Ability to obtain CPR for Healthcare Providers Certification within 6 months of hire; (D) Ability to read and write the English language; and (E) Ability to meet Departmental physical standards. INTERIOR STATUS Firefighters may only participate in interior firefighting operations when the following qualifications have been satisfied in addition to those listed in this description. (A) Completion of FFI or equivalent. (B) Annual completion of Candidate Physical Ability Test (CPAT).

Volunteer Firefighter / EMS Responder

We are in need of volunteer firefighter personnel who are willing to donate their time to the community and make a difference!! We will provide all the training and equipment to ensure your success.

All volunteers must pass a background / criminal history check, be in good physical shape and able to pass a medical exam. Must hold a minimum GED education and have a current Texas Driver's License.

Volunteer Firefighters

We are seeking individuals willing to serve the community. Training and equipment provided. Please note that proper training does involve commitment of your time, this helps ensure your safety and the safety of others.

18 or older, attend regular training, maintain and display high moral and ethical conduct, no experience necessary, will train.

Part-paid firefighters

City of Springfield, Michigan is looking for people that what to be a part-paid on call firefighters in our community. Application can be found on our City of Springfield website. www.springfieldmich.com

Preferred certified FF1/II but, will train on county fire academy given every fall to achieve the required certification.

Volunteer Firefighter/ utility member

Volunteer Firefighter: When available answer emergency calls when alerted respond to the station and go out apparatus to the emergency scenes as needed , Help with fundraisers when available , attend trainings and meetings at the fire dept. Utility Member: Assist with non- Firefighting task as needed.

Firefighter be in good physical condition live within 10 miles of the fire station.

Volunteer Firefighter

Somers/Lakeside Fire Department is taking applications for volunteer firefighters. Volunteer Firefighters are always wanted and needed! Our firefighters are a well trained, disciplined group of local residents who come together to serve the community. Our firefighters actually do everything they are trained to do, and find it both fun and rewarding. As a Somers/Lakeside Fire Dept-recruit you will: - Be trained to industry standards to fight all types of fires, effect rescues, save lives, protect the property of local residents and businesses, protect the environment, and more. - Experience the personal reward of serving your community - Receive all safety equipment, training, background check, injury/disability insurance, and retirement benefits. ALL AT NO MONETARY COST TO YOU!

No experience is needed, just the willingness to participate. You MUST live within our fire district.

Volunteer EMT

Morris Minute Men Emergency Medical Services is looking for volunteers to serve our community as Emergency Medical Technicians (EMTs). As a volunteer you will learn valuable first aid and life-saving skills as the first responders who answer 9-1-1 calls. You’ll receive on-the-job training as well as classroom training. Upon successful completion of an EMT certification course you will be certified by the New Jersey Department of Health as an EMT. Many of our students have used their experience with the Minute Men as an introduction for careers as nurses, paramedics, physicians’ assistants and doctors.

No requirements or experience needed to apply, just a willingness to volunteer.

Business/Social Member

Volunteers Needed for the Following Positions in the Pittsburgh, PA region. Firefighter (Interior and Exterior/Support) Paramedic/EMT/Firefighter Junior Firefighter Business/Social Member Fire Police/Traffic Control Training is Provided Potential for Live in Status

Must be 15 Years of Age or Older Application must Turned in and Go through 2 Monthly Meetings Background Checks and Child Clearences Required as per PA State Law

Volunteer firefighter

Our department is in need of volunteer firemen that will help our community as it grows. We are a close family of friends that enjoy helping our community. We look forward to your involvement with us.

Clean criminal record Valid drivers license

Volunteer Firefighter

Looking for motivated individuals to serve Chester County as volunteer firefighters.

Must be at least 18 years of age and able to perform strenuous activities. Applicants must pass physical exam and back ground check. Must obtain 1152 Fundamentals of Firefighting course through the South Carolina Fire Academy within one year (based on course availability). Also must obtain required driver training and license to operate a fire apparatus within one year.

Volunteer Firefighter

The Marshall Township Volunteer Fire Department is an all volunteer agency with the mission of saving lives and protecting property by providing fire, rescue and emergency services. There are many roles to fufill within the department. Email signup@marshallvfd.org, call 724-935-1230 or stop by the firehouse on Tuesdays or anytime you see the doors open to get more information. However use caution if you see a lot of movement as we may be getting ready to leave for a call.

Men and women 16 and older with the willingness to participate and a desire to serve.

Volunteer Firefighter

Below is a brief description of the duties of a volunteer firefighter. It by no means describes everything that is required of a firefighter, but it should give you some idea of the demands of the position. As a volunteer firefighter, you will be required to perform a large variety of tasks. Some for these tasks may include rescue of victims, fire prevention, and hazardous material incidents. The following is a preview of the types of tasks which are required of a firefighter. They are intended to give you a better understanding of the role so you can decide whether you are really willing and able to perform the duties when called upon. The preview by no means describes every task required of a firefighter but will give you some idea of what volunteering consists of: Emergency calls can come in at any time, day or night and must be responded to immediately. Many times sleep is interrupted. Regardless of the time or what you may be doing, firefighters must be able to get themselves to the fire hall, dress in their protective equipment and get into emergency vehicles without incident when responding to an emergency call. Emergency calls can include anything: structure fires, auto accidents, brush fires, and false alarms. All calls regardless of what they are must be responded to quickly and professionally. Once on the scene you must determine what type of incident that you have. You must recognize the potential of the incident, consider exposures that may be in danger, how the weather will affect the incident, extinguishments methods if there is fire involved, the needs of victims, and many other things. It is imperative that the firefighter be able to think quickly and initiate the correct procedures to deal with each unique incident. Firefighting is one of the most physically demanding tasks there is. Firefighters must enter burning structures, search for victims, find the source of the fire, and determine ways to extinguish the fire. While doing, firefighters carry anywhere from 40 to 100 lbs of equipment such as axes, ladders saws, hoses and extinguishers. They use hose tools to rescue victims and to put out the fire. Firefighters are often required to cut locks, break windows, or break down doors to make entry into structures. Doing this may involve the use of various tools such as Halligan tools, axes, pry bars and power tools. Ladders are a very important piece of equipment to the fire service. Firefighters use ladders at various heights of fight fires, rescue victims, and ventilate structures, as well as other things. They must be able to raise, lower, and rotate these ladders quickly and correctly to provide entry to and from the structure. Locating and connecting to sources of water is another function of the firefighter. This often requires the use of various tools as well as considerable strength. Firefighters must drag, carry, or hoist hoselines into position for operation. Once lines are in place, a firefighter must then operate the hoseline. Firefighters are also responsible for the salvage and overhaul of fire scenes. They must shovel, sweep and sometimes remove debris caused by the fire, in an effort to reduce damage. As a firefighter many times you will be given orders which must be carried out promptly and without question. Fire departments must respond to emergencies 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. Fire departments do not shut down for holidays. During a major fire or emergency a firefighter may be away from home for several hours.

Must be 18 years of age. Must have a valid Texas DL Must have a clear criminal history. Must reside in the Hughes Springs VFD or Cross Roads VFD response area

Volunteer firefighters

Become a Rochelle Park Volunteer Firefighter

The need to want to give back to your community and gain a wealth of knowledge as you join the ranks of the department and attend the Bergen County Fire Academy.

Volunteer Firefighter

We are looking for men and women who are looking to make a difference. We strive to be the best in fire protection services for the community of Scott Township, PA. We want you to join our elite brotherhood of Firefighters. No matter what age you can make that difference. This is your chance to do something more and become a leader in the community. Become a Bower Hill Volunteer Firefighter Today!

Must be 18 or older to apply as an Active Volunteer Firefighter. Must be between the ages of 14-17 to apply as a Junior Volunteer Firefighter. Willing to take the Essentials of Firefighting courses through CCAC. (Paid for by Fire Dept.) Assist in public service events, training, & emergency calls.

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looking for volunteer firefighters, support staff, emr, emt

will train all members for each position

Firefighter Recruit

Get in Gear-Volunteer! Being a volunteer firefighter offers rewards few others can match. It takes a special person to fill the boots of a volunteer firefighter. That’s why we need people with a strong desire to help others, and people with the courage and dedication to do the job. Because the job is so important, we make sure that all of our firefighters are expertly trained and properly equipped to get the job done. Our volunteers have many occupations. We have members who are executives, police officers, nurses, business owners, landscapers, lawyers, factory workers, and many more. We have male and female members. Our members do not have to be a certain type of person, they just have to want to serve others. We are a volunteer department with an ALL volunteer Staff. We respond to many different types of incidents, some examples are: Vehicle accidents/vehicle fires, Structure fires, Hazardous Material leaks/spills, Water Rescues, Trench Rescues, Collapse Rescues, 1st Responder Medical Assists. We average 750 runs a year. Benefits Free Training-there is no experience required! We train you at no cost to you. All fire gear, safety equipment is provided at no cost to you. We make sure our members are provided with excellent, safe equipment. Community Service-Pride in giving back to your community, helping others and providing a valuable service. Family Events-We welcome your whole family with many family events throughout the year. Networking-Meet new people, make lifelong friends. Questions please feel free to reach out. Todd Atherton Deputy Chief tatherton@greenvilletownshipfire.com

18 years of age Clean MVR and Criminal background Check.

EMT

Newington EMS located in the center of Newington, CT is looking for new members. We cover the town of Newington and offer mutual aid to New Britain. We operate 6pm-6am Monday through Friday, and 24 hours on weekends and holidays. This is a perfect way to get your foot in the door to the medical and emergency service field. We have members from all over the state whom work in many types of emergency services. We have monthly training for both probationary and regular members that help you become a competent and trustworthy EMT. Our trainings range from working on documentation, to working on scenario based skills, and working with Newington Fire Department with extrication drills. We have 3 ambulances, 1 intercept car, and 1 MCI truck. . Please feel free to contact our membership department if you have and questions!

CT State certified EMT or NREMT certified AHA CPR/AED certified CT State drivers license CEVO/EVOC certified (preferable) 18 or older

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We are looking for individual that want to help their community. We are looking for able personal to help at the fire station with paper work, fundraising, drivers ,firefighters, and any person that just wants to help out and make our Department the very best.

Any-person above the age of 18. The person shall be of good moral charter. Any person desiring to be a member of this department must make an application to the department at the next regular business meeting or get with a member of the department. NO formal training is required the FD we provide .

Firefighter

Volunteer Firefighter for a small community no experience needed we will train. State Park is a small Fire Department between Collinsville and Fairmont City .The Department runs about 500 calls a year between ems and other responses.

High school or equivalent Will need to volunteer at least 24 hours a month.

Volunteer Fire Fighter, volunteer emergency medical responder or EMT

Join our great small town volunteer Fire and Rescue squad. Training provided.

Age 18 or above and living or working within 6 miles of Hardwick MN city limits.

Fire Fighter, Junior Fire Fighter,Rehab Support, Support

We have opportunities for anyone who wants to be involved. If you are looking to volunteer, and donate your time to a good cause, please contact us. We are always looking for help in any way that one wants to be of assistance. We have Fire Fighter opportunities, to include attending Fire Fighter I and II certification courses, as well as Junior Fire Fighter opportunities that allow high school students volunteer credit for school and college, to also include attending Fire Fighter I and II certification course. Additionally, we have Rehab Support opportunities that provide support to Fire Fighters during emergency situations. This includes providing hydration, as well as taking vitals. There are many benefits to being a volunteer fire fighter. Contact us for more details! We would love to welcome new members at any time! Our Mission: It shall be the mission of the Southern Shores Fire Department to provide the highest quality service to the communities we are entrusted to serve. Preservation of life, property and incident stabilization through courage and dedication shall be out greatest priority. Throughout any event our members will be caring and empathic to all of our citizens. We will go above and beyond in every situation to bring about the best possible resolution.

Requirements: Fire Fighter/Junior Fire Fighter: Drug screen, background investigation, physical exam Rehab Support: Background investigation

Firefighter

By becoming a member of the West Ridge Fire Department, you will have the opportunity to serve and volunteer to your community. The West Ridge Fire Department is one of the busiest fire departments in Erie County, averaging over 100 calls a month and over 1,200 a year. Also by becoming a member, you will have the opportunity to meet new friends and learn new skills. Some of the skills that you will learn are firefighting science, rescue operations, various level of medical training, and numerous other skills. Besides running fire and medical calls, you have the opportunity to travel to various fire/rescue/ems expos, attend numerous department wide functions like the annual banquet, 5th Monday picnics and the annual corn roast. All equipment and training that you will be required to obtain are provided and paid for by the West Ridge Fire Department. Benefits of Joining the West Ridge Fire Department? A Second Family and Life Long Friendships: At the West Ridge FD, you will find that the fire department is a second family to you. Whether you are staffing the firehouse or visiting the local mall, members of WRFD share a common bond. That common bond is to serve their community. You will also have the chance to establish friendships that will last a life time. The West Ridge FD is an organization where you will feel rewarded for serving your community. Events Year Round: Every year, members along with their guests are invited to and always enjoy the annual rewards banquet held in the Fall season. Other events held throughout the year are a night out at the Erie Seawolves game, several picnic held at the picnic shelter behind Station 47 along with being able to participate in several parades throughout the year. Training: Members have the opportunity to attend training, whether local, regional, state or nationwide FREE of charge. The training could include seminars, conferences or hands on with instructors from throughout the region or nationally. Fitness Program: Firefighting is a tough profession. That being, the West Ridge FD participates in a program where if a member chooses to join a local fitness center, WRFD pays for 1/2 of the cost to join.

To apply for membership to the West Ridge Fire Department, each applicant must be 18 years of age, be a resident of Millcreek Township, live within the WRFD response district, have a valid drivers license and have a high school diploma or a GED equivalent. Each applicant must fill out an application for probationary membership and turn in the application to the Membership Committee. Each applicant will then go through a department interview by the membership committee and the Chief. A Pennsylvania State Police background check is also required to be completed before being presented for membership. Once the applicant has gone through these steps, the Membership Committee will bring their findings to the general membership meeting. Each applicant will need to be present that evening that the vote is taken to be placed on probationary status. Information about each applicant will be provided to the membership about your application. Upon being voted to probationary status, the following requirements are required to be completed during the probationary period. The probationary period can range from 6 months - 24 months. During the probationary period, a probationary firefighter is required to complete a fire department physical within the first 30 days of election to probationary membership status. The physical is at the expense of WRFD. A probationary firefighter is required to complete the following training requirements: First responder or EMT class, NFPA Hazardous Materials Operations Class (24 hours), most current PA Firefighting Delmar Class (Essentials of Firefighting) and a state certified structural burn session (16 hours). Each probationary member is also required to attend each Monday evening training session as well as each monthly business meeting during the probationary period. Upon successful completion of all of the above training requirements, a probationary firefighter is required to have read copies of the WRFD by-laws, department policies and standard operating procedures. A probationary firefighter is also required to sign an agreement to follow all rules of the West Ridge Fire Department.

EMS Personel

We are looking for people who are committed to helping your community and enjoy making a difference. You will start off as an Aide on the ambulances assisting the EMT/OIC with patient care. This includes vitals signs, helping with equipment, patient moving and monitoring. You will be provided with equipment and training. Training can be for an EMT, driver, firefighter. You will be able to sign up for shifts that you are available for. We require 20 hours a month, attending training drills and business meetings and 3 cleanups a month.

The willingness to help your community and to be part of something special.

Firefighter/EMS

Philomath Fire & Rescue is a District located in the bedroom community and mill town of Philomath just west of Corvallis, OR (home of OSU). We have been serving the citizens of Philomath since 1930. The mission of the organization continues to revolve around the principle of service to our community. In 2018, PF&R responded to 700 calls (EMS and Fire). The City of Philomath and surrounding areas receive prompt and efficient emergency fire and medical services from three fire stations strategically located within the service area of Philomath Fire and Rescue (downtown, Inavale, and Wren). Our fire district is comprised of approximately 58 square miles and serves a population of over 9,000 residents. We rely on our cadre of 35+ volunteer fire and EMS responders, 3 Career Firefighter-Lieutenants (24-hour shifts), 6 resident Volunteers, Fire & Life Safety Captain, Deputy Chief, and the Fire Chief to provide the staffing to cover the needs of the community. In addition to emergency response, our volunteers provide medical and fire standby at events, help with fire and life safety education around the community and attend regular training to keep their skills and knowledge current. We invite you to be a part of our team, whether you are just starting out in a Fire/EMS career, retired, or somewhere in between - we have something to offer everyone that wants to make a difference in the community. We also have community EMS volunteers that do not live within the District, but provide their services when they are able.

No prior experience needed. Volunteers for Fire suppression attend a sponsored Firefighter Academy which is held each Fall. Volunteers for EMS must hold Emergency Medical Responder or higher certification - the Department reimburses EMR and EMT class tuition and fees in exchange for a two-year volunteer commitment. The Department encourages training in both Fire and EMS and pays for much of training courses offered locally through Fire Officer I. Volunteers are expected to attend 66% of scheduled drills throughout the year (a Fire drill is scheduled each Tuesday evening, with the first Tuesday of the month being a Business Meeting of the Volunteer Association; there are 2 EMS drills per month on a Monday evening, except for July). Points are awarded for Fire and EMS response, stand-by time, and special projects. An application is available on our website or at our Main Station. Candidates must pass a background check and be fingerprinted. Fire candidates must pass a FIT test and physical body and agility exams (all paid for by the Department).

EMT and Paramedic

The Lanark Fire Protection District is looking for volunteer EMTs and Paramedics. Some of the following job duties are; Administer first-aid treatment and life-support care to sick or injured persons in prehospital setting. Operate equipment such as EKGs, external defibrillators and bag-valve mask resuscitators in advanced life-support environments. Assess nature and extent of illness or injury to establish and prioritize medical procedures. Maintain vehicles and medical and communication equipment, and replenish first-aid equipment and supplies. Observe, record, and report to physician the patient's condition or injury, the treatment provided, and reactions to drugs and treatment. Perform emergency diagnostic and treatment procedures, such as airway management and heart monitoring, during ambulance ride. No experience needed! We will train you.

Applicant must meet the following criteria; Must be at least 18 years of age. Must have a high school diploma or GED. Must possess a valid drivers license. Must be able to pass a background check and drug test. Must be able to pass EMT and/or Paramedic class. Must live or work in the fire protection district. Applications May be picked up at the fire station everyday between 7:30am and 4:30pm Station is located at 103 West Carroll Street Lanark, IL 61046

Volunteer firefighter trainee

Volunteers with a access to the Laguna Vista Estates community in northern Rio Arriba County, New Mexico, are needed to train to suppress structural fires, wildland fires, provide emergency medical response, or other emergency response.

Volunteers must be able to pass a background check administered by Rio Arriba County, New Mexico. Firefighter volunteers must pass a six-month probationary period and obtain sufficient training to be safe upon the fireground and to use personal protective equipment properly. Additional training is highly recommended and will be made available by the volunteer fire department, including training that must be completed before operating any fire apparatus. Firefighter volunteers should be in good overall health. Also available are emergency medical response and support positions. Volunteers should be residents, landowners, or have an ongoing connection to the Laguna Vista community.

Support firefighter

As a support firefighter you will be able to train and run calls. Your role on the fire ground will be dictated by your current training level. Company paid training is available and encouraged.

18 years old. Minimal training required.

Volunteer

Volunteers needed for all positions. Interior Firefighter Fire Ground Support Fundraising Business Administration

No experience necessary!

Firefighter/EMS

Badger Fire and Rescue is a All Volunteer fire and rescue department for the city of Badger and The townships of Deer Creek, Badger, and Cooper. We cover of 60 plus miles. Our average response time from page to enroute is 4 minutes.

Must be 18 years old or older. Pass a background check. Must live in our district or surrounding area. Must complete Nationally certification in Firefighter 1 and Hazmat Opps or EMR/EMT with in the first year. Also depends on class availability. Must be willing to put time in for training's.

Fire Cadet

We are looking for young men and women (ages 14-17) with a desire to serve the community in a unique and rewarding way as a Fire Cadet. No experience or equipment needed. We will provide training and protective equipment. You will train and learn alongside our firefighters.

Must live within Bartholomew County. Preferred to live within Columbus Township (this includes the city of Columbus). No experience or prior training necessary.

Firefighter, EMT

Winona Volunteer Fire Department is just North of Tyler, Texas. We have 3 Stations in our district, we do have paid staff Monday through Friday at station 1 and station 3 8am to 5pm. We are looking for more VOLUNTEERS to join our family. We average about 95 calls a month. We cover about 126 miles in our district. We offer training, pay per call. We also started a junior firefighter program. All gear and equipment provide.

Driver Licence Proof of insurance Clean background check

Firefighter - EMT - Paramedic

There are leaders, and there are those who lead. If you would like to experience the joy of helping others with others who will inspire you to be the best you can be, come check us out. Nightly duty crews and day shifts available.

A person of high ethics and a willingness to be a team member that can be counted on.

Firefighter, Medical First Responder, EMT, EMT/P, and just about anything that helps our organization.

Our District covers 212 square miles in the western portion of Taney County, completely surrounding the vacation mecca of Branson, Missouri, and responding from twelve fire/rescue stations strategically spaced throughout the district. We have a resident population of more than 27,000 with over seven million tourists in the area every year that either stay in or travel through our district to visit Branson. The District protects a diverse area of beautiful hills and lakes in the "Ozarks" plateau. Unique protection and response challenges are posed in this area along with regular fire responses, including protecting densely populated areas with condos, water emergencies on one of the three lakes, wildland interface issues and very rural coverage areas. We are all volunteer with a small paid support staff. The district operates three specialty teams for Haz-Mat, technical rescue and water rescue. Three of our stations have resident quarters to allow firefighters to live there. One of our station even has two three bedroom apartments for your entire family to live there for a very reduced rent. Thank you for showing an interest in the Western Taney County Fire District.

18 years of age, must be able to pass a physical, general aptitude written test and physical agility test as well as a back ground check. We provide all the equipment and training. Initially you have to complete our basic training course which is three weekends long and then there are several classes you have to complete within one year to become a "regular" firefighter. You need to be able to meet the above requirements and have the time to come to at least 12 regular trainings (we offer 34) a year and respond to 15% of the calls. We also offer many other classes at no cost, like FF1 & FF2, haz-mat awareness & operations, pumps, driver/operator and all the needed classes for our special teams. If you like training and running calls, this is the place for you!

Volunteer Admin (Loudoun County, VA)

Every volunteer fire and rescue department needs more than just firefighters and EMTs to respond to calls. Each department relies on their administrative members to keep the department running smoothly from day to day. Areas in which administrative members serve include: fundraising, public service events, marketing, public education events, legal, event planning, logistics, website development, facilities, social networking, procurement, fleet management, food preparation, database management, technology development, chaplain services and accounting. Everyone has a talent and we encourage you to use it to help your local fire-rescue department. Some stations have an Auxiliary component that can provide food and drinks to firefighters and EMTs on a long duration emergency scene. In these instances, admin/auxiliary members respond to the scene in special vehicles containing food and drinks. For more information, visit OpenNewDoors.org

General applications procedures involve application forms, a basic fingerprint-based background check, a driving record check, which is provided by Loudoun County.

Help!

We are looking for members from 14 to 99. 100 year olds need not apply. We are looking for women as well as men. Come on ladies, show the men how it's done. I dare ya!

14 to 18 for our Junior department ( with parental consent). Senior members are required to become certified within 1 year of joining and attend 10% of calls each year. We provide all equipment and training.

Department Dispatcher

Each VFD in Grant County has it's own dispatchers - a bit unusual, but our Central Regional Dispatch handles all the emergency reponders in the county so they get busy. You can dispatch from home- we'll provide the antenna and radio, along with training. Log the department's reposne, which apparatus we take, who responds, keep a paper record of events on the fire, and contact outside agencies for support when needed. Join us at a monthly meeting - Ivanhoe Station at Highway 152 Milemarker 9 the first Wednesday of each month. Once the new Hanover Station is copleted, meetings will go back and forth between the two stations.

Dispatchers need to be calm and organized, and coordinate with the other department dispatchers. Plan to attend at least half of our meetings.

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volunteer firefighter and/or emergency medical responder

resident of the district for at least one year, firefighter 1 and 2 and EMR certifications desirable, but will train to those standards. Age requirements at least 18 years to ?

Paid on Call Fire Fighter/Emergency Medical Responder

Position varies depending on the interest of the applicant (No experience necessary-Training will be provided) The Following are categories in which positions are available: -Fire Suppression- conducts suppression activities of structural, vehicular and wildland fires. -Water Supply-Provide water supply for fire ground activities -Rescue-conducts patient/vehicular disentanglement, high/low ange rope rescue, open water rescue and confined space rescue -Driver/Operator-Drive and operate fire apparatus, including fire engines, UTV's, water tenders, fire boats and snow mobiles -Emergency Medical Responder-provide initial emergency medical support for people in need -Communications-setup and upkeep communications systems -Planning/Accountability- help create Incident action plans, update and maintain records, track personel on incidents and maintain a log -Logistics-help maintain fire ground equipment and supplies such as filling scba bottles, providing fuel for equipment and passing out drinking water. -Community Education-Educate the community on fire prevention, provide hands only cpr and fire extinguisher training -Fire Inspections- conduct fire inspections of commercial buildings and enforce the fire code

Must have a passion to help our guests, friends and families. Must have or willing to obtain a Wisconsin Drivers License and/or pass a background check Must not have a criminal history

Firefighter/EMT-B

Firefighter EMT position, help with all aspects of a Volunteer Department in Needville, Texas about 35 miles Southwest of Houston off Highway 36

At Least 18 YOA. Good Physical Condition, and willing to spend countless hours training and service.

Firefighter

Almaville Volunteer Fire Department is actively recruiting firefighters to join in on, possibly, the state's most comprehensive recruit school for volunteers. AVFD has been State Commission approved to host one of the most thorough classes available for v

18 years old or older. Have a current driver's license. Provide a recent Motor Vehicle Record. Complete a medical physical. Complete a Candidate Physical Ability Test. No experience necessary.

Volunteer Firefighter

The Paramus Fire Department is continuously seeking applicants for Firefighters and Junior Firefighters. Once you have passed the requirements, you will be on call 24/7/365 and must maintain a 50% call response percentage on the fire company you are assigned to.

You must be a resident of Paramus for at least 2 years. Junior FIrefighters must be between the ages of 16-18. Firefighters must be at least 18 years old. Must be in good physical health and can pass a doctor provided physical as well as a physical agility test. You will be required to attend the Fire Academy and become certified as a NJ State Firefigter within your first year of being a firefighter. Meetings and drills are held every Monday night from 7p-9p.

Auxiliary

Become a Fire Department Auxiliary member. The Auxiliary supports the department by delivering meals to fires, planning and overseeing events, planning and overseeing team meals, community outreach

Be able to work with a team of community minded individuals that have fun supporting the needs of the community through the Fire Department.

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The Hainesville Volunteer Fire department is seeking volunteers for all positions within the department. Everything from front line firefighters to support staff are needed.

Must be able to pass background check, no felonies. Willing to support and follow policy and procedures. Residency within the district are not a must as we can provide some living quarters.

Firefighter/EMT

Looking for motivated individuals to fill the role of Firefighter, EMT, EMR, or ECP. We are staffed by 100% volunteer personnel. We are a fire and rescue service that provides Basic Life Support medical care. Also Interested in individuals that are looking to be part of community education in fire prevention and basic first aid and also assist in fund raising for our department.

18 years of age, must be able to pass drug screening and background check. No certifications or prior experience required. Training available at the department weekly and the department will also reimburse the cost of accredited fire/EMS classes excluding FF1, and EMS higher than EMT/Basic with agreement to remain active for 2 years after course completion and certification.

Firefighter

Help to be the person people count on during their worst day. Provide Fire and Rescue services as well as participate in various events throughout the Community on a regular basis

Several classes are required for membership. Please contact us for more information regarding classes. All training will be provided for new members by the Department and will be paid for by the Borough of Butler

Volunteer

Abiquiu Volunteer Fire Department needs volunteers for responders and support personnel.

An interest in serving your community!

Volunteer Firefighter

Chatham Emergency Services is searching for hard working, and customer service minded men and women with a passion to make a real difference in the lives of others. We desire to cultivate a highly motivated, effective, and diverse workforce to meet the emergency and non-emergency services needs of Chatham County. Chatham Emergency Services serve its community through a combination (volunteer/career) workforce. We are looking for volunteers to serve as firefighters, or support personnel, which the latter entails helping firefighters by meeting various needs during emergencies. If you desire to be part of something bigger than yourself then step up to the challenge and start the process to join our team. Apply Now... at https://chathames.org/fire/districts/ Our application process is multi-phased, consisting of this written application, criminal background check, physician’s wellness screening, physical ability test, and oral interview board. Upon successful completion of the application process, you will be assigned to a volunteer division as a Probationary Volunteer. Please note that you must live within the Chatham County or reasonable drive time to a fire station to volunteer with Chatham Emergency Services. Thank you for your interest. Should you have any questions, please contact Chatham Emergency Services at 912-354-1011.

Experience is not required for either form of volunteering, and training and equipment are provided by the department. All members complete a Certification Program that teaches strategies and tactics to ensure personal safety when participating at an incident.

Firefighter

As a firefighter at Rolling Hills Lakes you will respond to fire alarms and extinguish fires. you will also respond to medical emergencies, and perform salvage operations after fires are extinguished, your other duties include but not limited to cleaning apparatus and tools and keeping the firehouse clean and sanitary. As a firefighter it is a requirement you make all assigned classes and training. At Rolling Hills we operate out of two firehouses in Montgomery County that are set up with full kitchens and bathrooms sleeping quarters, day rooms and exercise areas. we operate 2 engine companies 3 rescue companies, tanker, 2 wildland engines and a support unit. The benefits of being a Rolling Hills Lakes Firefighter are no cost fire and medical training, paid incentives, free uniforms and PPE, personal satisfaction and pride in helping others, and a jump start on a great career in FIRE & EMS.

Must be at least 18 years of age Must have a valid drivers license Have clear criminal and driving background Commit to a minimum of 60% call response and 40% training hours Must take FIREFIGHTER I within probationary period NO EXPERIENCE REQUIRED!!!

Fire Fighter

We need your help to protect the citizens of our amazing community. The number of volunteers is declining and we are always looking for more help.

You must be at least 18 years old or older. You must be a US citizen as well as a resident of the Borough of Kane or Wetmore Township. We will provide all of the tools and training free of charge. Stop in and grab an Application!

Firefighter

Entry Level firefighter with training provided.

minimum: (per Alabama Fire College rules and State of Alabama laws) 18 years of age high school diploma or GED no felony convictions or crimes of moral turpitude

Firefighter

We’ll teach you how and why When one of our community needs help they call us, it is easy to be apart of a team that enjoys helping others Chief Thomas Mengers

Willing to learn something new

Firefighter

Firefighter (Volunteer Status) This description is a general outline of the duties and responsibilities of the individual. This is not all inclusive, but provides a summary of what will be expected. The firefighter performs responsible service work in the fire profession and does related work as required. Work is performed under the supervision of a company officer, chief officer, or other qualified supervisor/superior. Typical tasks of a firefighter include: * Responding to any and all types of alarms. * Driving and operating equipment and related apparatus. * Performing fire suppression operations, including rescue, advancing handlines, entry, ventilation, salvage, and overhaul work. * Performing water support operations, including working with static water supplies and tanker/tenders. * Assisting with emergency medical care, including rescue and extrication of trapped victims. * Performing cleanup and overhaul work. * Establishing temporary utility services. * Assisting in maintenance and repair of fire apparatus and equipment, and cleaning and maintaining fire station and grounds. * Checking fire hydrant flows where and when applicable. * Assisting with fire code inspections and pre-fire plans. * Responding to emergency and non-emergency calls for service (ex.: gas leaks, motor vehicle crashes, fire alarm drops, etc.). * Participating in continuing training and education programs by individual study of technical material and attendance at scheduled drills and classes. * Conducting station tours for the public, school, and community demonstrations and programs. * Performing all other related tasks as necessary. * Performing all other duties as directed by a superior. While this is a volunteer position, the department does require a specific time commitment from its members. All firefighters are expected to answer at least 20 percent of the given runs in a calendar year (measured monthly) and attend at least 50 percent of the scheduled drills/trainings/activities offered in a calendar year. Management will work around work schedules as necessary, but it is the responsibility of the firefighter to consult with supervision regarding the need for adjustments.

REQUIRED 18 years of age or older High School Diploma or GED Ohio Volunteer Firefighter credentialing PREFERRED Ohio Firefighter I and/or II credentialing NIMS ICS 100, 200, 700, 800 course completion

Volunteer

Looking for people to volunteer their time helping with fundraisers and people that want to serve as a volunteer fire fighter. Our monthly meetings at the second Thursday of every month. Hope to see you there

50% of all functions and meetings

Firefighters and EMRs

we need volunteer firefighters and Emergency medical responders , if you do not have the training but have the time we provide all the training either in house or at the state fire academy

18 years of age, be able to pass a background check and drug screening (random after first one )

Paid on call firefighter/ EMT

The City of Scandia is seeking quality people who want to serve their community. The fire department is now accepting applications for paid on call firefighters. Scandia Fire provides Fire and Rescue coverage for all of Scandia and a portion of May Township. Part-time/paid-on-call fire department. Receive an hourly wage when responding to calls and drills. Competitive retirement with +5 years of service.

Must live within 8 driving minutes of the Fire Station located on 15040 Scandia Trail- Must be18 years old or older with a valid MN driver’s license - High school diploma or equivalent -Pass a criminal background check and driver’s license record check -Must pass physical agility test. Must be certified as FF I and EMT-B, or be willing to commit to city paid training to that level within 2 years. Must respond to 20% of calls.

Volunteer Firefighter

Volunteers needed! We operate a 100% volunteer fire department in Kenansville, NC and are in need of volunteer firefighters. This is the perfect opportunity to serve your community. Opportunity to acquire training and certifications in the fire service free of charge to the member. Meetings held every Tuesday night at 7PM at Station 1.

Must be at least 16 years old and hold a valid driver's license. Application, driving record, and background check required. We do require at least 36 hours of training each year which is free to every member.

Volunteer Firefighter & Volunteer EMS Provider

Control and extinguish fires or respond to emergency situations where life, property, or the environment is at risk. Duties may include fire prevention, emergency medical service, hazardous material response, search and rescue, and disaster assistance. The Volunteer Firefighter is a non-compensated position.

• Responds to fire alarms, requests for emergency medical assistance, and other emergency incidents. • Operates equipment which may include driving department apparatus, operating pumps, connecting and laying hose lines, operating nozzles, and directing water streams. • Forces entry of premises for firefighting, rescue, and salvage operations. Removes persons from dangerous situations. • Administers basic life support and other emergency medical procedures. • Uses self-contained breathing apparatus, operates medical cots, hand tools, power tools, and other equipment. • Participates in training which may include: firefighting, emergency care, specialized skills, public education, and other fire service related subjects. • Performs general maintenance of fire department property including: cleaning fire equipment, cleaning facilities, and minor repairs to equipment. • Responds to emergency calls from home. • Assists in the coordination of safety educational programs for the Fire Department and general public. • Other duties as assigned.

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Want to do something greater for your community? How about to challenge yourself? Caballo Volunteer Fire Department might be the answer for you. Our primary mission is structural firefighting but also train in wildland/ urban interface disciplines. Training is routinely conducted throughout the month and public/membership meetings are held the second Tuesday of each month. Contact Chief Ray Mullins Sr. at (575) 404-3992 or Captain Lorenzo Silva (575)343-6649 or simply stop by our station anytime you see any firefighters present for further inquiries.

Must live in the county of Sierra, New Mexico and within 20 minutes of the Station Must be able to conduct different ranges of physical activities Must be willing to assist citizens of the community in a proper and moral manner Must be able to Pass a background check Must be over the age of eighteen (18) Must have not been suspended from other Fire/Rescue departments within the past five(5) years Must be able to attend at minimum at fifty percent (50%) of membership meeting, roll-outs, and training

Firefighter and/or EMT

EMT- 0900-1700 BLS Ambulance service, pd. Firefighter and/or EMT- Volunteer 24/7 when youre available.

At least State of Indiana EMT certification required to work ambulance shifts. Firefighter/EMT preferred for volunteer. We will put you through appropriate certification classes if you do not have certifications.

Firefighter / EMT

Duty Shifts for Volunteer Firefighter and EMT positions are available

18 years of age, good health, good moral character, background check required, and willing to serve our community.

Volunteer Firefighter

Do you want to help your neighbors and give back to your community? Do you want to be involved and help others? The Goshen Fire Department is looking for you! The Minisink Hook and Ladder Company #1 is currently accepting applications for Firefighters, Drivers, and Fire Police Officers. No previous experience required. In addition to providing fire & rescue services, the Goshen Fire Department is also heavily involved in community service and provides many resources to the community, including public training in CPR & First Aid, overdose prevention, and logistical support for community events. Incentives: - Length of Service Awards Program (pension) - Community Involvement Incentive Program - Scholarships for junior members - FREE training - FREE equipment - Satisfaction of helping others - Gratitude of your community

- At least 16 years of age - Reside in the Goshen Fire District or any adjoining district - Have a desire to help others & give back to the community As always we encourage everyone to join the Fire Department District they reside in first. If there are issues stopping you from doing so please message us and explain the situation.

Firefighter, Fundraising, Administrative Positions

West Bradford Fire Company is an all volunteer organization, we serve West Bradford Twp and portions of East Bradford and Newlin Twps. We operate out of two stations with approximately 20 personnel, and those personnel range from students, bankers, laborers, administrative personnel, management, to retired individuals. We are looking for persons that can perform all tasks within the Fire Company, that range from FIrefighter, Firepolice, administrative personnel or anyone that wants to assist in daily functions. . You receive the rewards of knowing that you are helping your community. Stop by any Thursday evening, pick up an application. For further information please visit our website.

We provide and pay for all required training.

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EMT

Located in Northern Dutchess County, Stanford Fire Company's 60 volunteer members run an average of 350 calls a year to protect the Town of Stanford.

Age 18 or older, Drivers License. Need to pass a physical and be willing to train, pass certifications courses, become State Certified, keep up with department training, meetings, events, and call volume.

Firefighter / Emergency Medical Responder (EMR)

Grand Lake Firefighters respond to fire and medical related emergencies within Grand Lake Township and our local communities. Our firefighters support the fire department in all duties including emergency response, fundraising, maintenance, fire prevention and other special events. Upon approval of the application and background check, an interview with the Department Personnel Board will be scheduled. Once approved the candidate will be placed on a probationary status. Probationary fire fighters will become active members after serving not less than one year and completing the following probationary requirements: •Successful completion of a Firefighter I & II course (NFPA 1001). •Successful completion of the minimum training requirements established in departmental policies. •Successful driving and operation tests of all apparatus and equipment owned by the department. •Emergency Medical Responder is not required however is highly encouraged due to the number of emergency dispatches that are for medical response.

-Be more than eighteen (18) years of age. -Be a resident of Grand Lake Township or with Personnel Board Approval outside of Township -Be in good physical and mental health and eligible to perform the duties responsible of the position. -Hold a valid Minnesota driver’s license. -All training will be provided by Grand Lake Fire Department (Firefighter I & II and Emergency Medical Responder )

Volunteer Firefighter

The Mt Erie Fire Department is an all volunteer department serving Fidalgo Island. Our volunteer firefighters respond to structure fires, motor vehicle accidents, rescues, medical emergencies, and wildland fires. We provide all of the equipment and training necessary to let you serve the community safely. We don't expect you to have any fire training before you join. We have 2 stations and run approximately 350 calls a year. We are always looking for new volunteers to join our ranks. New firefighters will attend fire academy to teach you all the basic skills needed to become a firefighter for our district. At the end of the academy you will have the opportunity to become internationally certified as a firefighter. After the academy we will teach you to fight wild land fires in an additional 32-hour course. Emergency Medical Technician training is also available for more advanced first aid skill training, but is not required. Whether you are a volunteer or professional firefighter, the dangers are the same. Firefighters can and do die in fires every year. We work on preventing this through a commitment of training for our members.

In addition to putting in the time and effort you must: * Be able to pass a Washington state background check (If you have a felony conviction your are ineligible to apply) * Have a clean driving record (If you have a history of speeding tickets, or other serious traffic infractions over the past ten years you are not eligible to apply.) * Be at least 16 years old * Live in or near the fire District * Be available Monday nights for training (at least 30% attendance) As a volunteer, you are required to attend at least 30% of drills and as many alarms as possible (minimum 20 annually). The District has training sessions every Monday night from 7 to 9 pm, with the exception of holidays. During this time we will cover many skills and new tactics in everything from medical training to firefighting.

Fire Fighter and EMT

Florence VFD is looking for individuals that wish to support their community by volunteering as a fire fighter and are EMT

All training provided, are documented training from previous departments.

Firefighter

The Middlebury Fire Department is actively seeking members of the community to join the department as firefighters. Residents of the town of Middlebury, who are 18 years or older, are welcome to apply. High school students under the age of 18 are welcome to apply to be a Cadet. The membership application is available on our website http://www.middleburyfiredept.org. Prospective members are welcome to attend a monthly meeting on the second Wednesday of the month at 6:30 PM, Station 1, or to the end of the month training on the last Wednesday of the month at 6:30 PM, Station 1. Please email middfd54@gmail.com for more information.

Firefighters are required to attend the monthly meeting and training on the second Wednesdays of the month, and firefighters are expected to attend end of month training on the last Wednesday of the month. In addition, throughout the year, the department holds work sessions and an annual ham supper fundraiser. Firefighters are expected to respond to calls as often as possible, which come in at any hour of the day and night. Within the first year, probationary members must complete the Firefighter 1 program, offered by the Vermont Fire Academy. This program is approximately 200 hours and runs from September through early May.

Firefighters, Rescue Technicians, EMT's, Fire Police and Administration

The Downingtown Fire Dept. is made-up of two, 100% volunteer fire companies that have served Downingtown Borough and East Caln Township since 1887. We are actively looking for new volunteers to serve our community. If you are interested in neighbors helping neighbors, consider joining either the Alert Fire Co. No. 1 at 122 W. Pennsylvania Ave. or the Minquas Fire Co. No. 2 at 141 Wallace Ave., both stations are in Downingtown, PA 19335. Please visit our websites for more information: www.alertfire.org or www.minquasfire.org

The only requirement is that you are at least 16 years of age when you complete our Membership Application. No prior experience is necessary. We will train you and supply you with a complete set of personal protective equipment.

Volunteer Fire Fighter

Free training for Firefighter 1 or Basic Exterior Firefighter Operations.

18 years of age Resident Town of Gates Chili. Complete training 1st. year of membership.

Firefighter I

Rainbow Lakes Fire Department is an ALL volunteer fire department located in Dunnellon, Florida. It is a department of approximately 15 support and combat firefighters. Rainbow Lakes Estates has approximately 5000 residents in 15 square miles. All of our apparatus are up to date along with our equipment. Our newest truck is 2 years old and our oldest is 15 years old. Come be part of an up and coming department with fresh ideas, our Fire Chief is 32 years old and is also a Career Firefighter. Bring your experience and ideas into our department and help freshen things up. Looking for qualified firefighters who went to fire school and are not currently employed as a firefighter in the State of Florida. Who are willing to pull shifts to man the station 24/7. Our department currently does not pay any stipend or benefit to be in the department. Possibly in the future.

Florida Firefighter I CPR Emergency Medical Response

Firefighters and/or EMTs

Shawnee County Fire District #2(aka Auburn Fire) is looking for highly motivated individuals to join the dedicated members of our department as a volunteer firefighter. Joining this department offers a rewarding opportunity to serve your community. SCFD #2 offers free initial and continued training. Upon release from probation, SCFD #2 will pay for EMT school and certification for those who make an application through the chain of command, as well as Firefighter 1 and 2 certification.

18 years of age at the time of appointment. Be able to pass the SCFD #2 physical agility test. Be able to sign the SCFD #2 physical assessment form. Live within the confines of or within 2 miles of the fire district. Posses a valid drivers license. Be able to pass a Kansas Bureau of Investigation background check in conjunction with department policy. Members must attend 1 fire drill per month. Members must attend 20% of calls per month. New members must attend and pass the department "Rookie Class".

Firefighter

We are currently looking to fill several volunteer firefighter positions.

Indiana basic/mandatory preferred however we will provide all required training. Must be willing to live the volunteer lifestyle and respond at a moments notice to emergency calls for help. Also must be willing to help with department functions and fundraisers.

Senior Firefighter

East Greenwich Twp Fire and Rescue provides emergency and non-emergency response to a multitude of incident types for the residents of East Greenwich and its surrounding communities. Senior Firefighters respond to these emergencies. Senior Firefighters attending weekly drills. They also assist at department functions such as fire prevention, fundraisers and community events

Senior Firefighter - a NJ or Pro-Board Firefighter I certification. Senior Firefighter will also have the opportunity to take courses for Rescue-Extrication, Haz-Mat, and other courses of study. Member can also be trained to drive/operate the apparatus if desired.

Firefighter/Department Personnel

The Bakersville Volunteer Fire Department is in need of Active Firefighters. We cover a 50+ square mile area including Hidden Valley Ski Resort. We are also first due on all fires to Seven Springs Mountain Resort. Our department handles vehicle accidents, brush fires, structure fires, hazmat incidents, traffic control, and a range of other types of calls. We average 125 calls per year. We are also looking for members that are willing to help with fundraising, and the business side of the department.

We will provide all necessary training to become a Firefighter. You must be at least 18 years old, have a drivers license, and insurance on your vehicle, a good work ethic, and the calling to serve your community.

Volunteer

Looking for Volunteers to support the Company and the community in any way possible. Fund raising, administrative, Firefighter, Firefighter/EMT. We'll teach you everything you need to know. Nationally accredited Firefighter 1 & 2, RI EMT training, misc

Simple requirements. 1) honest 2) hardworking 3) family oriented 4) willingness to learn 5) honest

TERRY FUND VOLUNTEER

The Terry Farrell FireFighters Fund was established after 9/11/01 in memory of Terry Farrell, killed while serving with Rescue 4/FDNY & past Chief of the Hicksville and Dix Hills Fire Departments. The Fund supports the families of firefighters across the United States with Educational & Financial Grants WHAT WE DO. The Fund to date has given out over $3,250,000 to the families of firefighters and an additional $4,00,000 in surplus gear and apparatus nationwide:  We grant scholarships to the children of firefighters and Emergency Workers across the Country  We assist with financial needs of emergency Workers in times of medical emergencies. Such assistance is available to all first responders nationwide.  We provide Cardiac Defibrillators to Educational Institutions and Communities showing need.  We provide emergency medical funding to any first responder or family member during times of need.  We supply rural Fire Departments with surplus equipment and apparatus donated from Fire Departments having a greater tax base and ability to obtain gear through such tax base.  We set-up and sponsor Blood and Bone marrow collections to assist with matching Donors and Cancer Victims nationwide.  We provide training to any first responders who can neither afford nor obtain such training.  We respond to disaster areas in the United States with needed emergency gear, apparatus and medical equipment.  We establish and train high school students as Explorer firefighters who can have a career as first responders. And we remain an all volunteer Fund with chapters in 16 States from New York

iF YOU HAVE A DESIRE TO WORK WITH SOME OF THE BEST FOLKS ACROSS THE NATION THE TERRY FARRELL FIREFIGHTERS FUND IS FOR YOU. IF YOU ARE ABLE TO DONATE FOUR (4) HOURS PER MONTH OR MORE HELPING WITH OUR MANY PROGRAMS SUCH AS WORKING EVENTS, HELPING AT TRADE SHOWS, PICKING UP SURPLUS GEAR AND EQUIPMENT, RESPONDING TO DISASTERS TO BRING SUPPLIES, OR EVEN WORKING IN THE OFFICE WE HAVE A SPOT. LOOK AT OUR WEBSITE, WWW.TERRYFUND.ORG, AND SEND US A EMAIL OR LOOK AT THE CHAPTERS WHO MAY BE NEAR YOU TO SEE IF YOU CAN HELP. WITH CHAPTERS FROM NEW YORK TO SAN DIEGO WE HAVE ROOM FOR EVERYONE.

Auxiliary Member

The purpose of the auxiliary is to fund raise, provide support to the volunteers during an involved call, and financial aid towards supplies or equipment the volunteers need.

Should be an able body person, with good communication skills.

All positions available

At Crescent Rural Fire Protection District, we strive to provide a safe and rapid response to the communities we protect. We provide Advanced Life Support ambulance service, structural fire protection, rescue and extrication operations, public education, and more. We are a growing department that is seeing a large increase in call volume and responses. This is leaving us in dire needs to replenish our volunteer ranks throughout the organization. If you are interested, we have a position for you. Whether you have always wanted to be a firefighter, serve your community as an EMT, or maybe just want to help mow lawns we have a spot for you! Crescent Rural Fire Protection District provides in house training and has the ability to send our members all over the state and nation to gain higher levels of education. If you are at all interested, please contact us!

As a member of Crescent Rural Fire Protection District, you will be held to values that we consider of the upmost importance: Pride, Honor and Service. Our members are required to attend weekly trainings as needed to account for recertification and proficiencies to their level of certification. Members are expected to actively participate in both emergency responses, fundraising opportunities as well as other duties that individuals may be assigned.

EMT

Provide a variety of Emergency and Non emergency services to the residents of Freehold Township, Freehold Borough and the surrounding communities

No Expierence necessary

Firefighter, EMT, or Department support

Receive training related to functions of the dept. Respond to call's, public education, and all aspects relating to fire/ems

Must be 18 years of age or older. High school diploma or ged. ( must have at time of certification) able to preform physical, mental, and emotional challenges related to fire and EMS work. Be a team player. Be able to respond to calls. Be teachable. be able to receive training. Day time firefighters or EMT's are needed but anytime will work. Training is provided and a certain amount of continuing education is needed. Certification or experience as firefighter, EMT, or other service related education is preferred but not mandatory.

Firefighter

Firefighters needed! Men and women interested in becoming part of an 113 year Oaklyn tradition!

Male or female ages 18 and over in good health, reside in the Boro of Oaklyn or one of the surrounding municipalities of Collingswood, Haddon Twp, and Audubon.

Volunteer Firefighter/EMT

What are the primary needs at the MSFRD? There are two skill sets. One is as a firefighter the other is as an Emergency Medical Technician. Many members are both firefighter and EMT qualified, but not all. The highest percentages of calls run by the depa

As a regular member at least 18 yrs of age, pass a fire dept physical (paid for by the dept), no felony criminal convictions. Current State of NC drivers license. Live in the Mineral Springs fire district.

Firefighter/EMT

Goochland County is actively seeking members of the community to volunteer their time as Firefighter and EMT's. We are a Combination Department experiencing tremendous growth. This growth creates additional opportunity for all members to be part of a dynamic team.

All training and protective clothing is provided free of charge.

Volunteer Firefighter, Junior Firefighters, Support and Administration Members

The Skippack Fire Company is a 100% all volunteer organization, responding to 280 calls for service in 2018. The Skippack Fire Company operates out of one firehouse which provides primary fire and rescue protection to the residents, businesses of Skippack Township and those visiting and traveling through town. We are always looking for new members. We appreciate your consideration.

If you have ever thought that you would like to join a fire company, but had second thoughts, we ask you to give it a third thought. There are many positions that need to be filled in our company, from fire fighting, fire police, and support services. Our company is all volunteer, free of any paid positions. The community support enables us to avert tragedy or death, in many cases. For those that can contribute a little time, it helps the rest that contribute all the time. Our community is growing, and with that comes the increased burden on the fire company. Please contact: membership@skippackfire.com for any questions on membership or to submit a completed application and include both background checks below: https://epatch.state.pa.us/Home.jsp https://www.compass.state.pa.us/CWIS Applications can be found online at our web-site under the "JOIN SFC" header: www.skippackfire.com Please mail all completed application pieces to: Skippack Fire Company Membership Committee 1230 Bridge Road Skippack, PA 19474 -or- Drop off completed application at the station Thank you for your interest!

Volunteer FireFighters , Fire Police, Rescue Scuba Divers, EMT's

The Baldwinsville fire department operates out of mutible fire stations protecting all of the village of Baldwinsville, town of Van Buren and the town of Lysander. A subburb of Syracuse, NY . The annual call volume is approximately 1000 calls a year.

Must be able to pass a department paid medical physical , Personnel protective gear (PPE) and all training is provided and paid for by the North West Fire District. Must take CPR/AED with in one year and attend 10% of the calls annually or only 8 calls

Volunteer firefighter/member

We are looking for volunteer firefighters and member. Help your community, make new friends and do something that is self satisfying. We are look for your help.

No requirments need.

Fire Fighters and EMS

We are looking for people who would like to be part of a great team. We learn, We serve, We get things done and We have fun doing it.

Able to pass a background check

Volunteer Firefighter

Warren County Fire Department is seeking Volunteers. The call volume for warren county is relatively small and we meet 2 Tuesdays a month. Please feel free to reach out for more information.

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Firefighter

Probationary firefighters in beginning stage of firefighting.

No felony convictions, High School deploma or GED Driver's license Be willing to have basic training in: Firefighter 1 and 2 Hazmat Operations CPR, AED EMR certification Everyone Goes Home

Members Needed

Cedar Hill Fire Protection District is currently seeking new members ages 14 and older. We have several areas that are currently in dire need of members. We have positions available for just about anyone! Our Junior Firefighter Department is looking for young men and women ages 14-17. We also need community members to become firefighters. This is open to able bodied men and women starting at aged 18. Our Auxiliary is looking for people to help support the Fire District. This is for people who want to help but may not have the time or desire to become a full fledged firefighter.

Contact us for details!! We have a spot for just about anybody!

Emergency Medical Responder or Technician

A medically trained first responder who is able to help the sick or injured. EMS personnel are responsible for rendering medical aid. 90% of all emergency calls are for medical emergencies.

Members will attend a 40 hour Emergency Medical Responder course paid for by the department that will certify them to give medical aid within their scope of practice. If the member wishes to attend EMT school, the county in which we operate can select members to send if they choose.

All Positions Are Available at This Time

West Feliciana Parish is protected by a mainly volunteer fire service. These dedicated personnel train and respond to more than 700 emergency calls each year. This enables West Feliciana Parish to enjoy a very competent Fire Protection Service, a Tiered EMS System, and Rescue Service for minimal costs. Just this year the HARD WORK Produced the 1st IMPROVEMENT in FIRE PROTECTION RATING for the PARISH in over 20 years. By demonstrating improvements in our capabilities to prevent and respond to emergencies. To Keep these Services in the Future the COMMUNITY NEEDS YOUR HELP! The Fire Protection District must address attrition and turnover like any other organization. Firefighters, Fire Ground Support, Fire Equipment Operators, Fire Prevention Inspectors, Fire Investigations, Live In Firefighter Programs, Rescue Techs, HAZMAT, Public Education, Juvenile Fire Setter Intervention, Emergency Services Apprentice Program, and Emergency Medical Services, are all needed. We also offer classes in all of the above to help get you up and running if you are interested. IF YOU WOULD CONSIDER VOLUNTEERING, Please Contact us for a Personal Meeting and/or Tour of Your Local Station. We have 10 placed throughout the Parish, as well as our large Training Complex at 9892 West Feliciana Parkway, St. Francisville, Louisiana 70775. Call - 225-635-4312 or visit www.wfpfd.com or email james.wood@wfpfd.com

Your time, energy, good will, and the want to serve others. We will help you use whatever skills you already possess or help you to gain any new skills you may have always been interested in learning. A Volunteer is a Person who can See what others cannot See; Who can Feel what most do not Feel. Often, such Gifted Persons do not think of themselves as Volunteers, but as Citizens - Citizens in the Fullest Sense: Partners in Civilization. Anonymous

Volunteer Firefighter

The Kingston Fire Department (KFD) is an all-volunteer, full-service fire department providing world-class fire protection, code enforcement, and emergency medical response services. These services are provided through a highly-trained, dedicated and adaptable force of volunteers known as the Kingston Volunteer Fire Company. We are looking for new volunteers! Join today!!!! Find us on the web at: www.kingstonfire.net

18+ Years Old Positive & Driven Attitude Willing to help and serve the community

Volunteer Firefighter and/or Emergency Medical Technician

Responds to fire alarms and extinguishes fire; Responds to traffic crashes or other emergencies and performs basic stabilization and extrication of victims; Responds to calls for emergency medical services, and renders first aid; Performs salvage operations to mitigate smoke and fire damage to structures or property; Responds to and renders assistance in emergency cases; Participates in training activities and instruction sessions; May respond to non-emergency calls for public education, sports events, or fire prevention demonstrations.

The ability to work under stressful situations which result from a fire or other emergencies, including the ability to remain calm and carry out all duties and protect life and property; Be able to pass a background check and drug test; Communicate effectively both orally and in writing, with the public and other volunteer or paid personnel. Be able to attend required initial training and schooling to obtain firefighter certifications or an emergency medical technician license (training provided at no cost to the volunteer)

Firefighters,Fire Department support staff

Firefighters will be active in day to day emergency medical and fire suppression. Support staff members: Support staff will be active in logistics. Setting rehab station up and manning it on all mass emergencies or structure fire's.

Firefighters position: Must be 18 years of age. Must have valid Driver's license. Must pass background check. Must meet all required meetings and Training. Support staff members: Must be 18 years of age. Be willing to learn on the job. Be willing to be active in training and meetings

EMR/EMT

Hermantown Volunteer Fire Department is currently accepting applications for EMR/EMT responders. If you are interested in helping your committee but not looking to become a firefighter the Hermantown Fire Department now accepts EMR personnel only. Hermantown First Responders will respond to medical calls only and all training will be provided (EMR or EMT). If interested apply online or stop into our station.

•Be more than eighteen (18) years of age. •Be a resident of Hermantown. (Or 5min to assigned hall, Chief/DC to verify) •Be in good physical and mental health and eligible to perform the duties responsible of the position. •Hold a valid Minnesota driver’s license.

Entry Level Firefighter

Perform firefighting and emergency incident functions at the basic level as a member of a team to include: Deploy and operate hose lines to extinguish fires and protect exposures. Perform forcible entry, search and rescue, ventilation, salvage and overhaul. Operate pumps, small engines, scene lighting equipment, and hand tools in support of incident needs.

Must be at least 18 years of age and out of high school. Must live within two miles of the Town of Peshtigo borders (includes residents of the Cities of Marinette and Peshtigo). Must be a Wisconsin resident and hold a valid WI drivers license. Must not have any criminal convictions. Must pass an occupational physical exam and drug test prior to appointment.

Firefighter and/or EMR

The Jones County Volunteer Fire Service is looking for dedicated men and women of all ages (minimum 16 years old) to join the ranks of our volunteer fire departments. Our organization, Red Line Recruitment, oversees the recruitment of new individuals into the volunteer fire service in Jones County, and would be more than happy to help place you in a department that is closest to your home address. No experience needed! All training and gear is paid for by your fire department! And best of all, you will gain knowledge, experience, and pride in serving your community. Additionally, many of our volunteers have utilized their time as volunteers to progress into career roles, such as firefighting, medical services and emergency management. Give us a shout and we will be happy to answer any of your questions or address any of your concerns.

Must be at least 16 years of age or older and a resident of Jones County, Mississippi. Must possess a valid Mississippi driver's license and submit to a background check, if required.

Firefighter / EMT or EMT

Please go to southlyonfire.com for information. https://www.southlyonfire.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/11/209Firefighter-2.pdf

-All paid-on-call Firefighter applicants must be eighteen (18) years of age and have at minimum, a high school diploma or G.E.D. -All applicants must reside within four (4) miles of the fire station. -Valid Michigan driver's license with good driving record. (Cadet firefighters must possess a Level 2 Intermediate License). -No felony, drug, violent crime, or criminal sexual conduct convictions. The South Lyon Fire Department is an at-will employer. As such, it is the right of the South Lyon Fire Department to terminate the employment of any employee at any time with or without cause. Falsification of, missed steps, or in completion of or during any portion of this process, can and may lead to your application not being accepted and this process being terminated. If there is any information found unacceptable to this department, you will be notified of this and advised of any issues or concerns and also of any next steps, if applicable. If at any time during this process your application is found to not meet the requirements of this department, you will also be notified.

You are needed!!!

We need people like you. People interested in helping their neighbors. We will train you, we will supply you with all you need. We just need you.

Willingness to assist.

All Categories

CATEGORIES OF MEMBERSHIP Any person eighteen (18) years of age or older, will be eligible for membership in this Department, provided they meet all requirements set by The Membership. Any person between sixteen (16) and eighteen (18) years of age

You must provide valid phone numbers, addresses, and email addresses for all employment and personal references. Applications will be returned if any information is omitted or undocumented and if references cannot be contacted. We require three (3) refere

Firefighters

Need firefighters and EMS personnel for a small rural VFD. We need daytime help, but will consider all.

18 years of age Good driving record Clean criminal background Training helpful but not required

volunteer firefighter,rescuer

Red Hill fd is in need of firefighters. experience is not needed. we will train you

Drive to make a difference

Fire Fighter I

Respond to fires and extinguish them. Respond to accidents and clean up what is needed. Attend meetings every 2nd Tuesday of the month. Attend trainings with the coast guard, DNR and other law enforcement agencies.

Must have Fire Fighting I license/ taken the class although you are allowed two years without it.

Senior Firefighter

Senior Firefighter (Volunteer) This description is a general outline of the duties and responsibilities of the individual. This is not all inclusive, but provides a summary of what will be expected. The firefighter performs responsible service work in the fire profession and does related work as required. Work is performed under the supervision of a company officer, chief officer, or other qualified supervisor/superior. Typical tasks of a firefighter include: * Responding to any and all types of alarms. * Driving and operating equipment and related apparatus. * Performing fire suppression operations, including rescue, advancing handlines, entry, ventilation, salvage, and overhaul work. * Performing water support operations, including working with static water supplies and tanker/tenders. * Assisting with emergency medical care, including rescue and extrication of trapped victims. * Performing cleanup and overhaul work. * Establishing temporary utility services. * Assisting in maintenance and repair of fire apparatus and equipment, and cleaning and maintaining fire station and grounds. * Checking fire hydrant flows where and when applicable. * Assisting with fire code inspections and pre-fire plans. * Responding to emergency and non-emergency calls for service (ex.: gas leaks, motor vehicle crashes, fire alarm drops, etc.). * Participating in continuing training and education programs by individual study of technical material and attendance at scheduled drills and classes. * Conducting station tours for the public, school, and community demonstrations and programs. * Supervise other junior firefighters as necessary and when directed by a superior or by policy. * Performing all other related tasks as necessary. * Performing all other duties as directed by a superior. While this is a volunteer position, the department does require a specific time commitment from its members. All firefighters are expected to answer at least 20 percent of the given runs in a calendar year (measured monthly) and attend at least 50 percent of the scheduled drills/trainings/activities offered in a calendar year. Management will work around work schedules as necessary, but it is the responsibility of the firefighter to consult with supervision regarding the need for adjustments.

REQUIRED 18 years of age or older High School Diploma or GED Ohio Firefighter II credentialing NIMS ICS 100, 200, 700, 800 course completion PREFERRED NIMS ICS 300, 400 course completion

Firefighter, EMS or Business Members Needed

Stancliff Hose Company serves our friends and neighbors in Waterford Township and Borough, as well as providing assistance to our surrounding departments in southern Erie County. Volunteering is a great way to learn valuable skills while helping your community. All the training and equipment you'll need to serve as a firefighter or EMT is provided at no charge to you by Stancliff Hose Company. Many of our members use the skills they've learned as volunteers to find employment with local EMS and paid fire agencies. Running into burning buildings isn't for you? There are lots of other specialties in the volunteer fire service that you might enjoy - vehicle rescue, ropes and rigging, emergency medical services, search and rescue, community education....the possibilities are endless! We also need help with the day-to-day operations of the department, from fundraising to office work. If you have a hobby or interest, we have a place for you!

To be a regular member of our department, you must be 18 years old. We also have a Junior Firefighter program starting at age 16 for younger citizens who are interested in the fire service. Members should be residents of Waterford Borough or Township, but exceptions can be made for recruits who may live outside of our territory. If you are interested in becoming a member of Stancliff Hose Company, come to the station and introduce yourself...we'd love to meet you! Our drill nights are Wednesdays at 7:00PM, and our business meetings are held on the first Wednesday of the month. If you would like to fill out an application, you can download one from our website, www.stancliffhose.org, or you can drop by during drill and we would be happy to provide you with one.

Firefighters and Emergency Medical Technicians

The McFarland Fire & Rescue Department has approximately 65 members on the department. We are currently recruiting new members and you are welcome to submit an application at any time. McFarland Fire & Rescue is a leader in providing Fire/EMS services. Serving the McFarland Area and surrounding townships, McFarland Fire & Rescue responds to over 800 emergencies a year with a highly dedicated paid on call/paid on premise staff of approximately 65 members, as well as a dedicated full-time staff of four Advanced EMTs, one Fire Inspector/Public Education Specialist, one Administrative Captain, and one Fire Chief. What can I get out of joining? • Commitment • Friendship • Community service • WE TRAIN YOU!

Must be 18 years or older and US citizen.

Firefighter / Administration help / General department functions

Ages 16 and up. Must be able to commit to countless hours of training (including basic firefighting courses) to prepare yourself to act upon a moments notice for an unknown emergency to include crashes, flooded basements, cats stuck in trees, medical emergencies and even things that are on FIRE! You will be required to think, many times outside of the box, act accordingly to mitigate whatever situation you are called to. You must be able to leave things like: your family, your bed, your television, your birthday party, or your meals at any time you are needed. If that isn't your bag, there are lots of things we need help with. Such as: fundraising, administrative functions, general maintenance and much much more!

Must be able to breathe on your own and follow directions. We will train and send you to classes to hone your skills. We only ask that you commit to your community, your fellow firefighters, the department, and every day better yourself.

Fire Police Officer

Scene management at fire and rescue calls

Will train.

Firefighter

Willing to learn and free training

Must be at least 16 years of age

Firefighter/ Support Volunteer

Carlisle Fire & Rescue Services is looking for help from the community. We need volunteers to help us with our mission of protecting lives and property in the Carlisle area. While we always have a need for firefighters and rescue technicians, we are also looking for help with jobs you may not associate with the fire department. We need help with administrative duties (clerical work), help with raising funds, general maintenance to equipment and facilities, and many more odd jobs that require the time of our volunteers. It could be simple things like helping to trim trees or mow the grass! Every effort that our volunteers make contributes to our overall mission. If you have some time and are willing to learn new skills OR bring your current skills & talents to our organization, PLEASE go to www.carlislefire.net and fill out an application! If you have any questions, please send us a message. Thank you!

A willingness to learn and some time to participate are the only initial requirements. Based on your level of interest, we can help you find a path that suits your skill set and available commitment.

volunteeres

We are looking for help in all fields, fighting fires,EMS, and help raising money for the department.

Training is required for fire fighting and ems but not immediately we will train you if you are interested in following up with what we do. You can Aslo just come and hang out and help if you are not in to the fire and EMS part of it. We need help at fund

Firefighter/MFR

Always accepting applications for paid on call Firefighters

Over 18 years old in good physical condition

Firefighter

Morrisville Fire Department is always welcoming new members who can serve in a variety of roles. Firefighters begin with nine months of probation during which they learn the skills necessary to be a safe and effective member of our firefighting team.

A desire to help your community and a willingness to learn.

Probationary Firefighter/EMT

The Braceville Fire Protection District is currently seeking new probationary members. We are a volunteer fire department currently serving the Village of Braceville and unincorporated Braceville Township. We currently operate a BLS ambulance.

In order to become a Probationary Firefighter/EMT for the Braceville Fire Protection District, a commitment must be made to train and work hard. Prior training and/or certification is appreciated, but not required. EMT-B and BOF license/certifications are required within 2 years.

Firefighter EMT/ Fundraising volunteer help/ volunteer help for community education

Firefighter EMT positions requested. In need of fundraising volunteer help with seasonal events. Also requesting volunteer help with community education for our citizens safety.

Applications and background checks will be processed prior to acceptance.

Firefighter, Fundraising, Community Education, Department Support

Do you want to help your neighbors and give back to your community? Do you want to be involved and help others? The Montgomery Fire Department is looking for you! The Montgomery Fire Department is currently accepting applications for Firefighters, Drivers, and Fire Police Officers. No previous experience required. In addition to providing fire & rescue services, the Montgomery Fire Department is also heavily involved in community service and provides many resources to the community, including public training in CPR & First Aid, overdose prevention, and logistical support for community events. Incentives: - Length of Service Awards Program (pension) - FREE training - FREE equipment - Satisfaction of helping others - Gratitude of your community Volunteer Category: Firefighter, Fundraising, Community Education, Department Support

Requirements - At least 16 years of age - Reside in the Montgomery Fire District or any adjoining district - Have a desire to help others & give back to the community As always we encourage everyone to join the Fire Department District they reside in first. If there are issues stopping you from doing so please message us and explain the situation.

Event Planner - Fire Auxiliary

We are interested in finding a volunteer event planner to join our fire department auxiliary. This person would work with other members of the auxiliary, firefighter association and the fire department officers to plan and carryout fundraising events and campaigns.

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Emergency Medical Technition

As a first responder in an ambulance service or fire department, EMTs are dispatched to the scene of an emergency. This can be anything from a car accident, a fire, a falling injury, a dog bite, a shooting or stabbing, a birth or a person who's suddenly fallen ill. Once at the scene of the emergency, EMTs assess the situation and determine if additional assistance is needed, and order it, if necessary.

Please come by the station and we would be more than happy to meet you!

Volunteer

The Holts Summit Fire Protection District is looking for persons interested in serving our community! We are always in need of individuals willing to fill any roll with the department. We provide all the training, you just need a willingness to work as part of a team to serve the citizens within our fire protection district. You can serve as a firefighter, first responder, a member of our auxilliary, or (if under the age of 18) serve as part of our explorer program. If you are interested in learning to become a firefighter we would love to speak with you, but there are also many support roles available for those willing to volunteer but not wanting to be directly involved in firefighting operations. Please contact the department today to find out how your unique abilities can contribute toward the successful operation of the Holts Summit Fire Protection District.

Please visit our web page (www.hsfpd.org) to learn more about the department and download an application.

Firefighter

Active firefighters are directly involved in the suppression of fires and the mitigation of other types of emergency incidents under the direction of Company Officers and the Fire Chiefs. Participation as a fire and rescue volunteer involves strenuous physical activities which require strength and endurance. Firefighting and emergency medical response remain some of the most dangerous occupations in the United States. As a fire and rescue volunteer candidates will face a number of challenging situations and will be expected to be able to perform their duty under highly stressful and physically demanding conditions that include: Regularly wearing personal protective equipment weighing up to 75 lbs. for long periods Working in hot and smoky environments Working with hand tools, power equipment and hoses for long periods Climbing stairs and ladders Exposure to inclement weather for long periods Regularly lifting weight up to 150 lbs

Membership Categories: Active – Active members perform interior or exterior firefighting duties, act as apparatus chauffeurs, and conduct all other fire related activities. Associate – Associate members are responsible for the administrative operations of our departments. Their responsibility is to serve on committees, hold corporate offices, etc. Membership Qualifications: Active: Must be age 18 or over (active member), 16 to 18 (junior member) In good health and physically able to perform firefighting duties Legally authorized to reside and work in the United States No felony convictions, (misdemeanor convictions are considered on a case by case basis) Associate: Must be age 18 or over Legally authorized to reside and work in the United States No felony convictions (misdemeanor convictions are considered on a case by case basis) Membership Requirements: Active Member: Completion of the Volunteer Firefighter Recruit program Completion of State of Connecticut Firefighter 1 and EMS certification training Participation in the minimum number of required drills, monthly meetings and department activities Associate Member: Attendance at the minimum number of required monthly meetings Participation in all other required department functions and activities Serve on at least one committee

Volunteer Firefighter

Looking for motivated individuals for a small town department. Per call/training stiepnd avalible. Department provides gear

18 years or older, self motivated, desire to help community

Volunteer Firefighter/EMT

There is a great deal of excitement and a sense of accomplishment that comes with extinguishing a structure fire, extricating a trapped patient from their vehicle, or saving a life. The satisfaction, camaraderie, and experience received from the fire and rescue service is often beyond description. However, this business is not for everyone. Firefighters need courage, dedication, assertiveness, and above all a desire to help others in need. Firefighters perform strenuous work that tests their abilities in uncertain and often hazardous situations. Men and women age 16 and older who are in good physical condition and have the desire to serve as firefighters are eligible for membership. Firefighters in the Rockville Volunteer Fire Department have nearly endless opportunities for training and advancement. Whether your dream is to be fire chief or you would be happy being a basic firefighter, we have a place for you. Your advancement is only limited by the level of certification, training, and experience you reach.

Standby Duty RVFD volunteer personnel are organized into a minimum of six weeknight duty shifts. Each shift is officially known by its respectively assigned night of the week (i.e., Sunday through Friday). In addition to the weeknight shifts, RVFD volunteer personnel are organized into 8 Saturday night shifts who serve on a rotating basis. a. Weeknight Shifts – Standby duty hours are 1700 hours to 0700 hours Sunday through Friday. Members are considered late after 1900 hours. b. Saturday Night Shifts – Standby duty hours are 1700 hours Saturday until 0700 hours Sunday. Members are considered late after 1700 hours. Each shift rotates every six weeks to cover the Saturday night shift. c. Members who wish to leave prior to 0700 hours must coordinate their departure time with their Shift Officer prior to 2100 hours. d. Any member unable to perform the overnight standby on their duty night must apply to the Standby Committee for a modified schedule. The member must provide specific hardship particulars that do not permit overnight participation. e. Junior members shall meet all requirements of the standby system with the exception of being released from duty at 2300 hours on school nights. Training Firefighter’s minimum training requirements are as follows Station Orientation (Multi – week training crew) Air/Blood-borne Pathogens CPR HazMat Operations Human Relations SCBA/PPE Essentials of Firefighting Emergency Medical Technician – Basic (EMT-B)

Volunteer / Paid-On-Call Firefighter

A Volunteer / Paid-On-Call (POC) firefighter would attend weekly training drills and respond to emergency calls when available. There would also be opportunities to facilitate station tours and other fire prevention / public education talks.

To become a member of Hermiston Fire & Emergency Services you need tocomplete an interview with the Firefighters Association and pass a background check, physical agility test and drug test. You must be capable of wearing a self-contained breathing apparatus and be fit tested.

Firefighter/EMT

Gorham Fayette fire department is looking for volunteers willing to serve their community by volunteering their time to become trained as volunteer firefighters/EMT's. We are an active volunteer Fire Department that responds to approx 300 EMS calls per year and approx 60 Fire calls per year.

Volunteers must go through a background and interview. Members are then sent to Firefighter 1 Fire Training and EMT basic training at no cost to the member. The member must complete a 1 year probation and agree to be an active member for 3 years. The member must attend monthly training and meetings unless excused. we also have a on call schedule for weekends. members are compensated for their time during training and on calls as well as on call program.

All

The Fountain Lake Fire Dept. is accepting applications for all positions including Firefighter, Med Corps, department support, ect. We pride ourselves in maintaining a fun structured working environment. We provide the required gear and training for all new applicants.

Willing to learn new fundamentals. Willingness to help other. Willingness to help your community. Willingness to train to meet NFPA guidelines.

Firefighter/EMT

Are you willing to help your neighbors and others in our community in a time of need? Our Department is looking for people to volunteer to be Firefighters and Emergency Medical Technicians. As a member of our department you will be eligible to receive a vast array of training in Structure Firefighting, Motor Vehicle Accident Emergency Medical Care and traffic control, Wild land Firefighting, Vehicle Extrication, First Aid/CPR, Basic Life Support Medical Care and Leadership training. Once you receive this classroom training and hands-on training you can use it to help others in need as First Responder. There are also many Non-Emergency actives that we do for our community like fundraisers, fire station tours and station rental for parties, storm shelter availability, parades and other Public Relation events. By being a member of Oak Ridge Fire Department you increase your chances of turning this occupation into a paid career with a bigger Paid Fire department.

Minimum requirements for application of membership are the following. Be 19years of age, live in the Oak Ridge Fire Department Coverage area, have a valid Alabama Driver’s License and pass a Morgan County Sherriff’s Background Check. All inquires must submit an application and attend 3 department meetings followed by the general department members vote on membership.

Firefighter/emt

Active member to be a firefighter and or emergency medical technician.

Junior 14 to 18 years old with valid working papers and parent/legal guardian permission. Active-- able to perform all aspects of the duty of firefighter. Ems-- able to perform and obtain first responder or eat certification. Social able to help in fundraising and support of fd fictions. We will train.

Volunteer

Are you looking for something exciting to do? Are you interested in helping people? Do you like hard work? Can you be part of a team? Do you have courage under fire? Are you strong and willing? if so.... WE NEED YOU!!!!!

The Lafayette Fire Company is looking for a few good men and women to be firefighters. Firefighting is a pride driven job rich in history and tradition which creates a brotherhood like nothing else out there. Our team members see people at their worse and perform extraordinary work to help them in their time of need. We enter dangerous environments to rescue people, and save property. We serve our community in many different ways at a moments notice and we do it without compensation except for the rewarding feeling of knowing you have made a difference to someone!! We are in need of performance driven team members who have a desire to serve!! Q: I want to help, but I am not sure I can be a firefighter, what can I do? A: We need your help too! In addition to answering fire alarms, our people are responsible for the day-to-day operations of the fire company. We can always use help with the following: Clerical work Fund Raising Activities Station upkeep and maintenance Hall Rental Program Fire Police Officer Equipment and Vehicle Maintenance Interested? Stop by the fire station at 63 Lafayette Way on a Monday evening for a tour of the facility and an application or hit us up on our Facebook Page and we will get an application to you.

Firefighter Recruit

The Pine Hill Fire Department is actively seeking personnel for recruitment as firefighters. Requirements for the volunteer position of FIREFIGHTER RECRUIT: • Be at least 18 years of age at the time of application • Be of good health • Possess a valid driver’s license • No previous training required • Participation in the duty crew program (minimum of one shift per week) to ensure station staffing Once a member has attained specific levels of training and experience through the set course path, they are eligible to participate in any and all of the duties and functions of a firefighter. Some of the general duties that one could expect to perform as a volunteer firefighter include: • Fire suppression • Rescue of victims trapped by fire or motor vehicle accident • Assist in treatment of victims experiencing medical or traumatic emergencies • Driving and maintaining emergency vehicles • Providing various public assistance, investigation and educational services The Pine Hill Fire Department has four different membership options that each have a different degree of time commitment and basic level of training: With all active members the basic level of training is Firefighter 1 and Vehicle Extraction. If you do not have these certifications and wish to join please contact the membership email above about your interest. No previous experience is required to join. • In town active membership: members are required to respond to all emergencies from their home, responding to the firehouse and then responding on the fire apparatus. • Duty Crew active membership: members are required to respond to emergencies from in-station for 1 8-hour shift each week. • Live-in active membership: members live in the firehouse and respond to all emergencies while in station. Similar to duty crew membership but live-ins are required to be in station between 40-60 hours per week. • Associate membership: members support active firefighting members will administrative roles, fundraising, and special events. Commitment is to attend special events throughout the year. To inquire, please email your notification of interest to: phfd62.membership@gmail.com PLEASE INCLUDE IN EMAIL • Name • Date of Birth • Address • Phone Number • Preferred Email (if different from sending address)

No experience required. However, if applying for the live-in or duty crew program the minimal requirement is New Jersey State Firefighter 1 and Vehicle Extraction training. Emergency Medical Technician (EMT) is preferred.

Paid on call Firefighter

The Shakopee Fire Department employs a small contingent of full-time firefighters, as well as a larger staff of paid-on-call firefighters who are responsible for responding to emergency calls and attending training and drills, on an average of five to 10 hours per week. Paid-on-call firefighters are generally hired each spring. If you are interested in applying at that time, visit the City of Shakopee's Employment page or sign up to be notified when applications are being accepted. Firefighters in uniform BENEFITS •Starting wage of $15/hour •Paid training •Pension benefits of $8,800 per year of service (Fully vested after 20 years) •Leadership opportunities •Serve your community

*Must be 18 years of age or older *Must be able to understand spoken and written English language *Possess a valid driver's license *Reside within a 10 minute response time of a Shakopee fire station *Must be able to maintain an attendance record of 35 percent for emergency calls and drills The selection process includes an oral interview, background check, physical agility testing, and psychological, medical and drug testing.

Fire Fighter, Fire Fighter/EMR, Fire Fighter/EMT, Fire Fighter/Paramedic

Looking for a opportunity to serve the public and gain education as well as future opportunities in the paid sector? The Munfordville VFD is seeking passionate and dedicated servants who want to be advocates for the Department and guardians to the citizens and community.

Must be 21 years old, obtain a High school diploma or its equivalency (KRS Law), No felonies (KRS law), pass background check (KRS law and City bylaw), pass drug test (City and Dept. bylaw), and perform a series of physical task (Dept. descretion) . **Those under the age of 21, but not less than 14 can join as a Junior Fireman and start gaining hours and education. By the time you reach 16 you could have all the requirements to be a certified State Fire Fighter. ALL training requirements are set by the State Fire Commission and will be followed to their entirety.

Firefighter

The main duties of a volunteer firefighter are to help protect the public in emergency situations. They respond to a wide variety of calls, such as car crashes, chemical spills, flooding, water rescue and general rescue as well as fires. With many fire crews being trained as first responders they can provide first aid until the arrival of ambulance personnel. In addition to attending emergency call outs and rescuing people and animals from life-threatening situations, the job entails: using sophisticated firefighting and rescue equipment promoting fire safety via talks, advice and training sessions demonstrating the use of firefighting equipment performing practice drills working with police and ambulance service personnel undertaking physical and academic training checking and maintaining vehicles, equipment, hydrants and water supplies

Minimum entrance requirements - good unaided eyesight - good hearing - be 16 or above Personal qualities of firefighters: - confident - resilient - flexible - strong team members - able to think quickly under pressure - able to communicate effectively

Probationary Firefighter

No experience needed. We will train and send you to training.

Must have a go get em attitude, work hard and want to learn. Follow Dept. SOG and SOP. Be available Tuesday evenings.

Firefighter / EMT

Burkeville Volunteer Fire Department provides Fire and EMS Service to the Town of Burkeville and the western portion of Nottoway County. The department responds to over 900 calls for service a year and has openings for Firefighter and EMT positions. The department also has a Junior Program for applicants 15-17 years old.

New applicants will be required to provide a current DMV Driving Record and complete a background check with fingerprinting as required by the Virginia Office of EMS. Successful candidates will be required to complete the department's new recruit training program within 6 months and before being allowed to respond to emergency calls. Active members can expect to commit 80 - 100 hours a year to running calls, attending meetings, training's and fund raisers in addition to pulling standby shifts in the department's EMS program. All new members are required to complete training in one of the following areas within two years; Firefighter 1, EMT, First Responder, and or Driver Operator. All training is provided by the department.

Firefighter

We're looking for some more faces of people that like and want to serve their community. No experience necessary. Just a willingness to learn, work hard, and be proud of yourself!

Must be 18 or older, have a clean driving history and be able to pass a background check. If you aren't sure, give us a call anyway. It may be something we can work with. If you're between 16 and 18, we'd love for you to join us in our Junior program. Same great training as adult members and you can earn community service hours at the same time!

Volunteer Emt/ Fire Fighter

Help on emergency calls

Be at 14 year old

Volunteer Firefighter/EMT

Looking for a way to give back to your community? We are looking for VOLUNTEER firefighters and EMT's to help serve and protect our community. NO PRIOR EXPERIENCE OR TRAINING REQUIRED! Join us at our meetings on Monday nights at 7 pm. This is NOT a paid position and is on a volunteer basis only.

- 18 years of age or older - Valid drivers license - MUST live inside or within close proximity to the Wittenburg Fire district in Alexander County, NC

Firefighter

We are looking for volunteers to join our volunteer community fire department. We focus on fire suppression, prevention, protection. We answer calls for fires, wreaks, medical assistance, some search and recovery as well as community and county events. Your training is free and done at our station with the equipment in house thru Halifax Community Collage.

18 years old and good driving record and live in or within 3 miles of the Rheasville Fire District.

Volunteer Firefighter

Calloway Co. Fire Rescue is looking for anyone age 18 or over that is interested in helping out Calloway County through the volunteer fire service. CCFR has 11 fire stations scattered around Calloway Co. and needs help in all areas of the county. It is ok if you do not have a firefighter background because our volunteers are very diverse and come from all walks of life. We provide our Recruits with all the training and equipment at no cost. You will learn life saving skills and experience the excitement that goes with responding to emergency calls. If you have any questions CCFR members will be glad to assist you. ( if you are a Ky. certified firefighter you can apply at any time, if you have never been through the basic 20 hour introductory training course you can only apply in the Spring and Fall )

Must be 18 years of age, have a valid drivers license, pass a back ground check and be able to pass the 20 hour introductory fire fighting training course.

Firefighters

This position is for firefighters. This role will cover the role of the firefighter 1 & 2

To have your NC Firefighter 1 & 2 or willing to go to training to get this training.

Firefighter

We are openly accepting applications for volunteers ages 18 and over. Personnel that apply for this position must be prepared to dedicate 100 hours per year, attend training sessions, attend business meetings, and aspire to increase their training level.

Must be 18 years of age or older Must be able to pass a criminal background check Must provide a driver's history provided by Dept. of Motor Vehicles

Firefighter and/or EMR

The Jones County Volunteer Fire Service is looking for dedicated men and women of all ages (minimum 16 years old) to join the ranks of our volunteer fire departments. Our organization, Red Line Recruitment, oversees the recruitment of new individuals into the volunteer fire service in Jones County, and would be more than happy to help place you in a department that is closest to your home address. No experience needed! All training and gear is paid for by your fire department! And best of all, you will gain knowledge, experience, and pride in serving your community. Additionally, many of our volunteers have utilized their time as volunteers to progress into career roles, such as firefighting, medical services and emergency management. Give us a shout and we will be happy to answer any of your questions or address any of your concerns.

Must be at least 16 years of age or older and a resident of Jones County, Mississippi. Must possess a valid Mississippi driver's license and submit to a background check, if required.

volunteer firefighters

recruiting residents to become active members of the fire department

must be between 18 and 45 years old must reside within the municipality

Firefighter, Driver, Support, medical 1st responder.

Cassie is currently looking for individuals who wants to be part of the community and give back to the community. We currently have openings for the follow: Structural Firefighters Wildland Firefighters medical 1st Responders Driver/Operators Support personnel We can find a job for anyone willing to be apart of our organization!

18 years or older, Willing to learning something new, Current Drivers license, Willing to comment to training (1st & 3rd Tuesday for training and weekly truck maintenance), Attend 60% of trainings, meeting and maintenance, Respond to 25% of alarms when available, and No one is to old for our department.

Non-Fire/Rescue Support Positions

The Unicoi Volunteer Fire Department is currently seeking members to fill positions within our department to assist in areas of community-based fire education, fire prevention education, smoke detector installations, fire pre-planning, and rehab. These positions are great for individuals from 18+, individuals not interested in fire/rescue operations, retired individuals looking for something to do, or someone just looking for a place to serve within their community.

- be at least 18 y/o - valid drivers license - able to pass background check - no experience necessary, will provide required training - more info to be provided upon inquiring.

Firefighter mfr

Looking for volunteers to be firefighters and emergency medical first responders all training provided you must commit the time to do the training and respond to calls will receive pay for each call that you go on

Must be 18 years old, have a clean driving and criminal record and be willing to put in the time if interested show up to meeting on a Wednesday night at 6:00 p.m at 265 West David hwy Ionia mi 48846

Firefighter/EMT

The Volunteer Firefighter/Emergency Medical Technician (Volunteer FF/EMT) serves the community by responding to a wide variety of situations, ranging from emergencies that immediately threaten life or property to routine citizen requests for information or assistance. They perform within the scope of the policies and procedures of Keel Mountain Volunteer Fire & Rescue and they perform duties in the following general categories: fire suppression, emergency medical aid or rescue, hazardous material responses, training, building inspections and public education. The Volunteer FF/EMT normally works under the supervision of a company officer and is expected to function effectively as part of a highly trained team. They are also expected to perform their duties under adverse conditions and physical conditions that may pose a high risk of personal injury or exposure to hazardous conditions or infectious diseases. The Volunteer FF/EMT is required to attend regularly scheduled training in order to maintain the high level of knowledge, skill and ability necessary to function safely and effectively as a firefighter and EMS provider in accordance with state law, county protocols, and standard operating procedures.

- Be of 18 years of age, or older, and reside within the Keel Mountain Volunteer Fire Department (KMVFD) district - Come to a monthly membership meeting and express interest in becoming a firefighter - Complete and return a KMVFD membership application - Pass a background check - Be accepted by a majority vote of active KMVFD voting members

Volunteer Firefighter, fire ground support, apparatus driver/operator

We are looking for volunteers. Fire training is a plus but is not a requirement. We will train on-site, You can train to whatever level you are comfortable with, from non-firefighting support up to interior certified firefighter. We are a rural fire dept that assists our community with fire suppression, wildland firefighting, vehicle crash extrication and rescue. If you are looking for a way to aid your community as well as getting the great feeling of satisfaction that comes with being a member of the brotherhood of firefighters, look no further. You will find few opportunities more rewarding than this honorable profession.

All we ask is that you have a desire to help your neighbors, your community and your fellow man during what may be the worst day of their lives. We can be the ones to save their property or maybe their lives. Together, we can make a difference. Call us at 843-442-6704

On Call Firefighter EMT

On call Firefighter/ EMT. Must reside with in 1 mile of the Northwood NH Town Line

Are you interested in helping your community during times of emergency? Helping your friends and family in their time of need? Northwood Fire Rescue Department is recruiting for motivated energetic women and men to join our team. Northwood fire Rescue is a full serve organization providing fire ,EMS and Emergency services to the community and our mutual aid partners. Our firefighters respond to nearly 700, 9-1-1 emergencies annually. We will provide training in firefighting, EMT , CPR and specialty training. Preference will be given to applicants who already have completed firefighter and /or EMT certification.

Emergency Medical Technician

Emergency Medical Technicians (EMT's) respond to emergency calls to provide efficient and immediate care to the critically ill and injured until the patient can be transported to a medical facility.

Is 16 years of age or older Has successfully completed an EMS provider educational course for EMTs (~144 hours of training) Has a current certificate evidencing successful completion of a CPR course acceptable to the Department of Health Has passed a written examination for EMT certification prescribed by the Department of Health Has passed a practical test of EMT skills for EMT certification prescribed by the Department of Health

Emergency medical Technician

***FREE TRAINING*** No experience required Provides emergency medical care to the sick and injured, transports to the hospital. Provides medical support and evaluation to firefighters at extended incidents. Expected to participate in weekly drills and fundraising events. Length of service award program, Line of duty death benefit, scholarships, tuition reimbursement, NYS Income Tax Credit ($200) and cell phone discounts all available.

NO previous experience is required! Must pass an arson and sex offender background check. Physical exam required.

Engineer /Firefighter

BVFD sta # 2 is a small 100% volunteer department established in 1972. We serve 25 square miles and is the busiest county station.

The ability to learn the values and the traditions of the fire service and compassion to serve your community with pride..

Firefighter/EMT

POSITION SUMMARY The Firefighter’s role is to protect life and property through firefighting and EMS activities often performed under conditions which require strenuous physical exertion. Major elements of a Firefighter's work are the participation in company inspection activities performed by fire companies, supervised drills, and training in firefighting and EMS skills. Some time is spent in special and routine maintenance of equipment and apparatus and routine care of buildings and grounds, as well as public education activities. Work at the fire station and scenes of fires, is normally performed under close supervision in accordance with well defined procedures, and is inspected in process and upon completion by a Company Officer. Occasionally, members in this position may be required to relieve a position of higher rank and when so assigned, are responsible for the management of all company programs and the supervision of assigned personnel and equipment at the scene of the fire until relieved of command by an officer of higher rank. Firefighters may be assigned to work on special assignments which call for special abilities and knowledge attained through experience and training. These duties and assignments are to be performed in a proper and professional manner so as to protect the life and property of the people we serve.

18 years of age, High School Diploma or Equivalent, Valid Driver’s License, Clear Criminal Background Check

Firefighters

Verdunville vol fire department is looking for hard working males and females that wanna volunteer for there community

Must be 18 years old Must take the firefighter 1 class Must take the firefighter 2 class Along with nims 100 200 700 800 Hazmat Auto x CPR & first aid

Firefighter

There is always a need for personnel in the fire service. We are no different, contact us today at 691-7131.

None. Training opportunities are paid for and provided!

Firefighter

We are actively seeking dedicated members for all positions from administrative support to interior firefighter's you don't have to fight fire to help

None

Volunteer Firefighter Professional

Our fire department consists of 17 full-time and 36 volunteer firefighters, who work together to deliver a wide range of professional fire, rescue, and EMS services.

You must be a resident of Mt. Lebanon. The full list of requirements can be found by going to www.mtlfd.org. Training and equipment is 100% paid by the Department. You need to provide the sweat, time, and commitment.

Volunteer Firefighter

The West Tuckerton Volunteer Fire Company is accepting new applications! No experience is necessary, State Certification Training will be provided upon acceptance.

1. Membership in the company is open to all adult residents of Little Egg Harbor Township and its surrounding areas who are able to perform the duties of a volunteer firefighter regardless of race, creed, color, sex, age national origin, marital status or physical handicap. Applicants must be capable of fulfilling the physical requirements of a firefighter and are subject to a complete background check by Little Egg Harbor Twp. Police prior to being accepted. 2. Medical Examination: Applicants will be required to obtain a physical test record by a NJ licensed physician. The attached physical form is to be completed in full and returned with the completed membership application. Any incomplete physical forms or applications are subject to return if not completed properly or in full. 3. Once accepted by the company, the applicant will serve a probationary period of one year which will begin immediately upon formal admission. During this period the applicant is required to attend and pass Firefighter Level I and all other mandatory training set forth by the chief. 4. This application will be reviewed by the membership of the West Tuckerton Fire Company.

Volunteer Member of Volunteer Fire Department

Seeking two types of membership: Active (Operational, Administrative, Junior) and Supporting

Any type of assistance is appreciated

Volunteer Firefighter EMR/EMT

Looking for community oriented individual moving to or living in Tellico Village, TN. All training and equipment furnished. Firefighter experience and/or medical experiance helpful but not required. We are a progressive retirement community located on the shores of Tellico Lake in Loudon County, TN.

21 years of age or older. Good physical condition and a positive attitude. Department requires a background check, physical and a physical agility test. Must have a valid Tennessee drivers license with a great driving record. Be a team player and willing to learn.

Volunteer Firefighter/Emergency Medical Responder, Volunteer Firefighter/EMT, Support Member

We are a small volunteer fire department in the mountain community of Plumas Eureka in Plumas County, California. We provide fire suppression in the structural and wildland/forest environments, emergency medical response at the Basic Life Support level, and rescue services including extrication and low angle. We also need support members for non-emergency roles such as fund-raising, recruiting, and fire prevention. We work closely with the Graeagle Fire Protection District with joint training and response. We are recruiting for new members in the categories listed.

For suppression: Local residency, 18 years old minimum, CA drivers license, no criminal record, good physical fitness, ability to attend weekly training sessions Wednesday 6-9pm, occasional weekend sessions, complete Quincy Fire Academy over 5 Saturdays in April and May, complete Emergency Medical Responder or EMT-1 training and maintain certification within 24 months of joining. For Support: Negotiable qualifications, training and time commitment based upon role.

Volunteer

Spotsylvania County is looking for Volunteers! No experience necessary. Would you like to be a firefighter? an EMT? We will train you! Please come visit us at our recruitment informational meeting held on the 1st Wednesday of each month at Company 1 located at 7200 Courthouse Commons Blvd, at 7pm. Representatives from each volunteer department will be present to answer any questions you may have.

Please fill out an application at: www.standbesideus.org Must pass criminal history and drug screening.

Active FireFighter, Support Member, Fundraising

we are looking for Active front line firefighters as well as support members to function on the fire ground. we also are looking for fundraising members and social members

be willing to learn and help your community

Volunteer Firefighters Wanted

We provide Fire and Rescue Services to the Citizen's of Norristown and the surrounding communities. The Norristown Fire Department is a combination fire department consisting of 60 Pennsylvania State Certified Firefighters. These include the Fire Chief, Deputy Fire Chief, seven Assistant Fire Chiefs, the Fire Marshal, 18 Career and 38 volunteer firefighters. There are approximately an additional 125 active members who support the department as probationary firefighters, engineers, divers, fire police and administrative officers and staff. In addition to firefighting, the department provides, Heavy Rescue, and Fire Police services. The Fire Department responds to over 1100 calls each year. The department’s members spend countless hours responding to these calls for service, along with many hours of training each year. The department is made up of four fire companies they are the Norristown Hose Company, Montgomery Hose Fire Company, Fairmount Engine Company No. 2, and the Hancock Fire Company

At least 16 years old Must pass a Background Check and Child Abuse Clearance. Must possess a willingness to learn and be a team player.

Student Firefighter EMT

The North Mason Regional Fire Authority (NMRFA) seeks motivated individuals for their Volunteer Student Firefighter program located in Mason County. The Student Firefighter position is highly coveted and competitive and requires a minimum two year commitment. Selected candidates will work along side career firefighters to attain valuable experience in the following skills: Firefighting Emergency Medical Services Rescue Wildland Firefighting Student Volunteer Firefighters are responsible for work performed in combating, extinguishing and preventing fires and protection of life and property through fire suppression and prevention, public education and other emergency service activities. Duties may also include support services under the supervision of a duty officer. Students are provided sleeping quarters while on shift. A Shift consists of 48 hours on duty and 96 hours off duty. Students are eligible to receive a $200 monthly stipend after successful completion of EMT. The stipend increases up to $500 following the successful completion of Firefighter 1 (FF1). All necessary training will be provided to candidates. North Mason Regional Fire Authority will ensure that candidates are trained to meet the standards of FF1 Certification requirements of the International Fire Service Accreditation Congress (IFSAC) accredited agency and obtain certification as an EMT Basic from Washington State Department of Health and National Registry EMT. In addition to this premium training opportunity candidates are eligible to participate in the following training advancement opportunities: Recruit Academy: A twelve week program at Bates Technical College in Tacoma; IV Technician, BLS Technician, ALS Assistant, Ambulance Operator; Emergency Vehicle Incident Preparedness (EVIP), Pumper School, Engine Driver, Tender Driver, Brush Truck Driver; Wildland Firefighting; Off Road Vehicle Rescue Team Member. Qualified candidates will be invited to participate in an oral interview administered by the Shift Captains and Assistant Chief, or designees. Positions may be filled from the list of qualified candidates as they are received. In addition individuals may qualify to participate in the Staffing for Fire and Emergency Response (SAFER) program. In 2013 the NMRFA was awarded this grant in the amount of $435,000 from FEMA. The grant covers the cost of approximately $10,000 in tuition, uniforms and bunker gear for the selected candidates who serve in the Mason County area. Of the individuals who receive this training may go on to seek employment as a career firefighter or Emergency Medical Technician. NMRFA encompasses 136 square miles and is located on the Hood Canal, 15 minutes South of Bremerton, and 37 miles West of Tacoma. The area is primarily rural and residential (approximately 12,500 local residents), with small pockets of commercial and industrial activity. In 2014, the NMRFA responded to approximately 2,100 calls. The head quarters is located in Belfair, WA. Belfair, has two elementary schools, a middle school and a high school, a public library, community center, nature trails, retail shops, banks, medical practitioners, and more. Public boat ramps and two State Parks are within 10 minutes of the downtown area. Just 10 miles away, the Tahuya National Forest offers year round recreational opportunities with hundreds of miles of trails accessible to horse, bike and ORV enthusiasts.

Must be 18 years of age; High School Diploma or GED; Possess and maintain a valid driver’s license with acceptable driving record; Pass a background check; Pass a physical examination and a functional capacity test; Obtain BLS, CPR and First Aid certification within the first three months of acceptance; Provide a minimum of a two year commitment to the training program. Visit our website at www.northmasonrfa.com for more information and to access a Volunteer application. You can also visit us at 460 NE Old Belfair Hwy in Belfair. Applications should be hand delivered or mailed to P.O. Box 277 Belfair, WA 98528.

Paid On Call Firefighters

Do you work at home? Are you around during the day? Then we would like to talk to you! The Hugo Fire department is looking to hire day-time available firefighters!

Live within a 6 minute response time to the Hugo Fire Station Able to complete fire department sponsored training within 2 years of hire available during the day to respond to calls for service

Firefighters & EMT's, Jr. Firefighters

We are in need of Firefighters, Jr. Firefighters, pump and truck operators, and all support rolls.

All skills and training will be provided. Firefighters must be at least 18 years of age. Jr. Firefighters must be at least 14 years of age. Background checks are required by law.