Firefighter – Offensive Focus

An Offensive Focused Firefighter responds to both emergent and non-emergent calls for assistance made by the public. These may include Fire, Rescue, HazMat, Natural Disaster and other incidents. EMS responses are also available as support for medical incidents. In addition to all the tasks for the Defensive Focused Firefighter, the Offensive Focused Firefighter will perform tasks that may require moderate to heavy physical exertion. These tasks may include the extended wear of a 30 lb. SCBA pack, operation of heavy tools such as chainsaws and hydraulic cutting or spreading tools, and extended walking, lifting, tool use, or other activities. Ladder use is common and climbing ground ladders up to 30 feet and ladder apparatus up to 100 feet is a possibility. Some work also involves confined spaces and/or limited to no visibility. Work direction is provided by department officers, incident commanders, more qualified staff (i.e. crew leaders), and state and local directives.

Offensive Focused Firefighters will be tasked to approach and enter burning structures and vehicles to perform rescue and fire suppression activities. Additional hazardous activities include HazMat operations, entrapment rescue, and wild fire attack. These activities occur at low frequency, but require the member to retain a high level of proficiency by means of regular drills and training. Those fulfilling this role should have and maintain a level of physical fitness necessary to perform these tasks. The Offensive Focused Firefighter is required to first complete the trainings necessary to fulfill the Defensive Focused Firefighter role. Previous fire service experience will be considered with training requirements. Officer approval and a successful background investigation is required before an individual may respond to calls for service and be issued a pager. As the member operates in the Defensive Focused Firefighter role, certain additional training will be provided, and the member will be required to demonstrate proficiencies in certain offensive firefighting tactics. When these trainings have been completed and proficiencies demonstrated, the department officers will review the individual's performance and approve the individual for the Offensive role. An average of 10-15 hours per month should be planned during the initial training phase and 10-20 hours per month subsequent to pager issue 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 certification 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

Firefighters, EMTs, & Support Volunteers - With Or Without Experience

Join one of the most progressive, dynamic volunteer fire, & rescue departments in the Greater Hickory MSA, providing a full compliment of services including engine company, truck company, rescue squad, hazardous materials unit and BLS emergency medical services. At the CFD, you are not a member of a department, you are a member of our family. We are a busy, suburban fire/rescue department bordering Hickory, NC, responding to approximately 2,100 calls for service every year. We are conveniently located along 6 major US and State Highways, making the CFD an ideal place to volunteer wherever you live in the area. Although no previous experience or training is required, you need more than just a desire to help people. You also need courage and dedication, assertiveness, and a willingness to learn new skills and face new challenges. Our service is one that calls on its members to perform hot, sweaty, dirty, strenuous work, often in uncertain and hazardous environments. Our volunteers must be team players, respecting each other’s roles and contributions. You need to be able to work on-call and to deal with occasional interruptions to your lifestyle, dropping what you’re doing at the ‘sound of the bell’ to respond to the emergency needs of your fellow citizens. A new recruit can expect to spend between 5-10 hours each week on fire company business. This entails meetings, training, emergency responses and other miscellaneous activities. Some weeks will be more and other weeks much less. The days of the week or times may vary depending on the level of activity. All training and equipment is provided free -- so whether you have years of experience and looking for a new home to volunteer or are a member of our community in the Conover/Hickory/Newton area looking to start volunteering in fire/EMS, we have opportunities at the CFD for you.

Minimum Requirements: You must be at least 16 years of age to apply. For those under 18, a statement of parental or legal guardian consent must accompany the application, and a parent or legal guardian must also attend an interview process. First Steps: New recruits must successfully pass a Catawba County background check. Free Training: Full Fire/Rescue members must complete (or have reciprocity for) the NC Firefighter Certification within 24 months of joining -- and one of them within 18 months. EMT only members must have or complete the North Carolina EMT course (or reciprocity for other states) within 18 months of joining. All training is provided free. Support roles are also available ranging from administrative support, community education and beyond.

Volunteer Firefighter

Positions available to volunteer for your community as a Firefighter.

Valid NC drivers license 18 years old High School diploma or equivalent FF certification in 18 months Medical Responder in 24 months

Firefighter/EMT

The Clover Volunteer Fire Department is looking for volunteers! Our department needs members for the following positions Firefighter/EMT - Fund Raising - Community Support and Administrative support,

For regular membership you must be 18 years or older, complete a application & submit to the Recruitment & Retention Committee along with a copy of your Division of Motor Vehicles License report. Your application will be read at the next regular business meeting and at that time a member of the committee will set up your appointment for fingerprinting and drug testing as required by the Virginia Office of EMS as we are a licensed Non-Emergency Transport agency. The Recruitment & Retention Committee will then contact those you listed as references to complete their report. The Committee will then report back at the following business meeting and if all goes well you should be voted in as a probationary member for a minimum of 6 months. During that time you will need to complete your probationary training along with basic first aid and Professional CPR training.

Firefighter/EMT

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.

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.

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

GENERAL STATEMENT OF DUTIES: Engages directly in firefighting, first responder and fire prevention activities, operates fire equipment, performs maintenance of fire stations and equipment, performs first responder care, does related work as required. DISTINGUISHING FEATURES OF THE CLASS: The firefighter will perform responsible operational duties in the Fire & Rescue Department under the supervision of the Volunteer Station Officer. A firefighter is responsible for a variety of tasks, some of which are performed under emergency conditions and may involve considerable personal hazard. The firefighter spends a major portion of time in the routine maintenance of building and grounds, and in testing emergency apparatus and equipment in preparation for emergency calls. At all times, the firefighter must be alert to respond to alarms and to perform under emergency conditions. Due to the nature of the work, the firefighter must work well with other firefighters and follow the directions of the station officer promptly and effectively. A firefighter must quickly become familiar with modern firefighting methods and procedures after entrance and become proficient at operating emergency equipment. In order to keep abreast of current developments, a firefighter must participate in continuing training and instructional programs. The firefighter must possess an aptitude for mechanical work and be in good physical condition. EXAMPLES OF WORK: (Illustrative Only): • Works at fire station and responds to calls for fire equipment • Engages directly in fire suppression activities and non-fire related emergencies • Performs rescue work for life and property protection • Provides first responder emergency care to injured persons • Maintains and repairs fire and rescue apparatus and equipment, tests and inspects equipment • Aids in cleaning station house • May make periodic inspections of buildings for fire hazards • Keeps records and completes reports • Presents fire prevention and emergency medical safety to general public • Keeps abreast of current techniques by participating in training and instructional programs REQUIRED KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES: General knowledge of methods and techniques involved in fire fighting; knowledge of the street and road system, and the physical layout of the County; ability to work well with other volunteers/employees; ability to follow oral and written instructions; keep routine records and prepare reports, have aptitude for mechanical work.

ADDITIONAL REQUIREMENTS: Certification in accordance with National Fire Protection Association Standard (NFPA) 1001 for Firefighter Level 1 certification within (18) months of acceptance. Must maintain all required certifications throughout volunteer membership. Must maintain good physical fitness. Must successfully pass background screening to include criminal history and medical/physical exam.

Firefighter

recruit and experienced firefighters needed for all phases of firefighting and rescue. We meet every Tuesday at 6:30 p.m. for drills and Wednesday at 6:30 for work details.

Must be 18 years old for firefighting. We welcomed trained firefighters but will train inexperienced applicants.

Firefighter

Need volunteers interested in becoming firefighters.

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

Firefighter / Emergency Medical Responder

Greenehaven Fire Department is looking for a few good men or women to help protect their community. The perfect volunteer is a Greenehaven resident who is looking for a way to give back to their community. Man or woman, young or old, experience or not, we can use you. If you have about 5 hours a month to make a difference in someones life, we have the job for you.

Because the fire and EMS service puts us in positions of trust, we have to ask that an applicant be free of any legal problems. This includes DUIs, convictions involving "moral turpitude", and/or any felony convictions. Other than that, if you're reasonably healthy, are willing to learn, and would enjoy the personal satisfaction that goes with being part of a group of people who give back something to their community, we're looking for you. The department will train you, furnish your equipment, and ensure that you return home safely. If you have experience in the fire or EMS service, so much the better. Greenehaven also has a limited number of paid positions for experienced firefighters and / or EMS providers. A great way to pick up a little cash. Age or gender are not factors. Greenehaven residents are especially needed.

Firefighter

We are looking for individuals 15 years of age or older to join our department.

Be 15 years of age or older. Must not have been convicted of a felony.

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.

Volunteer Firefighter

Our department is always accepting applications for volunteers, if you are up to the challenge and live within the Burkburnett response area, please contact us for more information.

MEMBERSHIP REQUIREMENTS: 1: A person applying for membership must be 18 years of age, who is of good moral character, free from any infirmity which would prevent their performing any duties assigned. 2: Valid drivers license 3: Clear criminal history and driving status 4: High school diploma or GED 5: Completion of probationary fire academy 6: Attend 25% of call volume and 5 hours of training per quarter

Firefighters

No experience needed. We will train. Trainings are twice a month.

18 years or older. Drivers licence in order to drive.

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

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

Volunteer Firefighter

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

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

Volunteer Firefighter/ EMR/ EMT

District One Volunteer Fire Department is now seeking Volunteers.

No felony criminal record, valid driver license & a want to serve the community.

Firefighter/ EMT

We are looking for certified firefighters EMT's who want to make a difference and have a second family. Station 10 is a all volunteer station within Chesterfield Fire and EMS, which is mostly career personnel. Station 10, wagstaff circle volunteer fire department is an Engine company only station. We provide BLS responses to EMS calls, fire suppression, hazmat, and many other calls. We are currently short on volunteers and can use the help and commitment.

Va state firefighter 1,2 Hazmat awareness and ops, EMT- basic or higher CPR (of course)

Volunteer Firefighter

Turley Fire & Rescue Co. is looking for recruits to join our department! No previous experience or prior training is necessary, we will provide you with all the knowledge and training necessary to become a firefighter in our district and the opportunity to pursue a career in the fire service.

Applicants must be over 18 years of age, willing to participate and learn hands on skills, be physically fit enough to do strenuous activities, and have a passion for helping others. Anyone wanting to pursue a volunteer position with us will need a valid drivers license with a clean record, and passing a drug test is a requirement. There is a time commitment as well, we train every Thursday evening from 7 pm, to approximately 10 pm.

Volunteer Firefighter

Belvoir Volunteer Fire Department is looking for men and women to help serve their community. The candidate will be required to respond to a wide variety of situations. Volunteer firefighters respond to emergency situations such as car accidents, structure fires and natural disasters. Volunteer firefighters provide first aid, including CPR.

Requirements for becoming a member of Belvoir Volunteer Fire Department include being 16 years of age, able to pass drug screen and background check. Also must posses a valid NC drivers license and live in immediate fire district. Must maintain required training hours annually.

Volunteer

Become a volunteer with the Capon Bridge Fire Department in Capon Bridge WV. Looking for members for both Operational and Administrative sides of the department. Not up to the challenge with running calls? Dont worry we have other things that you can help invest your time in such as fundraising events held monthly.

attend the general membership meetings when possible, and help out as much as possible. One minute, one hour, or the whole event is better than no help at all.

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 Firefighter/EMT

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.

• 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.

Paid-on-Call / Volunteer Firefighter

To protect life and property by performing fire fighting, emergency aid, hazardous materials, and fire prevention duties, under the direction of district command staff. Maintains fire equipment, apparatus and facilities. Essential Functions • Performs firefighting activities including driving fire apparatus, operating pumps and related equipment, laying hose, and performing fire combat, containment and extinguishment tasks. • Performs emergency aid activities including administering first aid and providing other assistance as required. • Participates in fire drills, attends classes in firefighting, emergency medical, hazardous materials, and related subjects. • Receives and relays fire calls and alarms. • Operates radio and other communication equipment. • Provides “first responder” emergency medical services. • Participates in the inspection of buildings, hydrants, and other structures in fire prevention programs. • Maintains fire equipment, apparatus and facilities. Performs minor repairs to district 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 and dries hose; washes, cleans, polishes, maintains and tests apparatus and equipment.

Minimum requirements are: o High School Diploma or GED equivalent o Must be at least 18 years of age o Valid Drivers License Desired Knowledge: o Working knowledge of driver safety, working knowledge of first aid. o Ability to learn the operation of fire suppression and other emergency equipment. o Qualified in the application of standard firefighting, emergency aid, hazardous materials, and fire prevention techniques. o Ability to perform strenuous work for prolonged periods of time under conditions of extreme height, intense heat or cold, noise, smoke, or obscured vision during fire fighting, rescue, hazardous materials, medical response, and training. o Ability to act effectively in emergency and stressful situations. o Ability to understand and follow both verbal and written instructions. o Effective written and oral communication skills. o Ability to establish effective working relationships with employees, other agencies, and the general public. o Must be able to pass a medical exam and the District physical ability test.

All Positions

The GVFD is a community minded volunteer/career fire department looking to fill many openings from Firefighter/rescuers to fund raiser.

Please visit our website at www.gvfd29.org to find out about all of the positions and their requirements.

Vol. Fire Fighter EMT

Do you need a challenge, excitement, or just want to help protect your community? Join a brave group of dedicated individuals and become a volunteer firefighter. The Avilla Fire Department is looking for some dedicated individuals that would like to help protect their community. Responding to fires, auto wrecks, natural disasters, medical emergencies and many other types of community emergencies is what we are here to do. Requirements Individuals must be at least 18 years old Must live within the Allen Township limits Be in decent physical condition Able to complete the essential training to meet all federal, state and local fire department requirements

Do you need a challenge, excitement, or just want to help protect your community? Join a brave group of dedicated individuals and become a volunteer firefighter. The Avilla Fire Department is looking for some dedicated individuals that would like to help protect their community. Responding to fires, auto wrecks, natural disasters, medical emergencies and many other types of community emergencies is what we are here to do. Requirements Individuals must be at least 18 years old Must live within the Allen Township limits Be in decent physical condition Able to complete the essential training to meet all federal, state and local fire department requirements

Firefighter

Firefighters respond to fire and rescue emergency incidents independently or under direction of department officers. Firefighters with First Responder (EMR) training also respond to medical emergencies. Department personnel are responsible for meeting training attendance requirements and all personnel assist in maintaining stations, apparatus, and equipment in a ready state.

Applicants must pass a background check and interview process to join the department. After joining members must complete basic training requirements prior to responding to incidents, and a 6-month probationary period to be cleared for full duty. Waivers for the basic training program may be granted to personnel with previous certifications. Department members must maintain an average training requirement of 6 hours per month. Certain training attended outside the department may qualify for some of these hours.

Volunteer EMT

GENERAL STATEMENT OF DUTIES: Engage directly in providing emergency medical services using support and stabilization procedures at the scene of an accident or illness and during transport to medical facilities, assists in the maintenance of stations and equipment, does related work as required. DISTINGUISHING FEATURES OF THE CLASS: A volunteer in this class performs responsible emergency medical services work in the Fire & Rescue Department under the general supervision of the volunteer station officer. Volunteers in this class are primarily responsible for responding to calls involving rescue. The EMS volunteer will test rescue emergency equipment in preparation for emergency calls. The volunteer assists in the routine maintenance of buildings and grounds at assigned stations. The individual must work well with the other emergency services including volunteer and career personnel often under hazardous and stressful conditions, responding promptly to directions given by the on-site supervisor. EXAMPLES OF WORK: (ILLISTRATIVE ONLY) • Works at stations responding to calls for emergency assistance • Provides emergency medical services using emergency life support and stabilization procedures at the scene of the accident or illness and during transport to medical facilities • Performs rescue activities in potentially life-threatening situations • Replenishes supplies and required vehicle maintenance following a call • Prepares and maintains records and reports for emergency and patient responses, including legal accountability • Through continuing training, keeps informed of the latest EMS techniques within training certification • Monitors health, safety and the physical condition of personnel at fires or other hazardous sites • Operates medical radio equipment • Assists in routine maintenance of building and grounds at assigned stations

REQUIRED KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES: Extensive knowledge of emergency medical care within certification status. Able to work in hazardous or stressful conditions; ability to manage major emergency medical services incidents making appropriate decisions with regard to patient care; knowledge of the geographical layout of the County, including the street and road network; ability to work well with others; ability to follow oral and written instructions; ability to keep complex incidents reports; aptitude for mechanical work; ability to accept orders by radio. ADDITIONAL REQUIREMENTS: Certification in accordance with OEMS EMT-B certification &/or EVOC certification within (18) months of acceptance. Must maintain all required certifications throughout volunteer membership. Must maintain good physical fitness. Must successfully pass background screening to include criminal history. EMS Volunteers may participate in training related to firefighting to see if they are interested, but first must complete the necessary steps including: Volunteer Office must receive written permission from the organization Chief and correlating Fire Company Chief, successful completion of medical exam by RCFRD contracted physician. Once completing the training, the EMS volunteer is not authorized or insured to participate in ANY firefighting activities until joining a RCFRD fire company.

Firefighter/Medical First Responder (MFR)

Lee Township Fire Department (LTFD) is a paid-on-call fire department serving the citizens of Lee and Greendale Townships in Midland County, Michigan. From one station in Lee Township equipped with two class A engines, one tanker/tender, one medium duty rescue/service truck, one brush engine and one medical rescue, we respond to our neighbors in their time of need, whether fire suppression, medical emergency, traumatic events (such as traffic crashes), assisting neighboring fire departments, state or county agencies (such as lost person searches or traffic assistance), and many other interesting and challenging circumstances. Our call volume has been increasing steadily -- last year we responded to over 550 individually unique responses. We not only provide fire suppression services, but also are a medical first response (non-transporting) Emergency Medical Service (EMS) licensed by the State of Michigan and governed by the Midland-Gladwin Medical Control Authority. The majority of our calls are medical, but there are plenty of other calls as well. We have one chief, one assistant chief, two captains and two lieutenants who serve as command staff and officers for our 13 other firefighters who come from all walks of life, from fresh out of high school to retired; from working moms to self employed, other public safety disciplines, corporate employees ... we have many different backgrounds, and, if you meed the requirements below, we have a place for YOU! We provide training and equipment, out of our department's operating budget, to provide you with the necessary skills, licenses and training to serve your fellow citizen in their time of need.

COMMITMENT: 1) You will be required to take MFR and Firefighter I & II classes. These are at our expense, taught at Midland EMS and Homer Township Fire Station (right "next door!"), and require two nights a week with an occasional Saturday class thrown in from late August through late April or early May (with time off for firearm deer season, Thanksgiving, Christmas and New Year holidays). 2) We have departmental meetings the first and third Thursdays of each month (occasionally moved -- with notice -- to the following Thursday if a holiday conflicts) at 7 pm. You are expected to be present! 3) We expect you to respond to incidents when you are available -- not just the "big" or "exciting" ones. Every time you respond you will learn something that will make you even more valuable on the "big one." REQUIREMENTS: 1) Must be able to pass a background check. The State of Michigan has requirements for obtaining the requisite license as a MFR. Michigan form EMS-252 (7/12), found at <a href="http://michigan.gov/documents/mdch/Criminal_History_Conviction_205232_7.pdf">this url</a>, will need to be submitted in order to apply for licensure if you have had ANY criminal convictions. (Quote from FAQ at <a href="http://michigan.gov/mdch/0,4612,7-132-2946_5093_28508-47472--,00.html">this url</a> If I have been convicted of a felony or a misdemeanor, will this stop me from obtaining a Michigan EMS license? This type of information will be reviewed on an individual basis. You must submit your application, fee, and information regarding the occurrence including dates, sentences, and completion of requirements. We will review and make a decision at that time. Please keep in mind that we do take into consideration the type of conviction, the age that you were when the incident occurred, the time that has elapsed since the conviction, and your record since the incident.) THIS WILL BE CHECKED -- do not think that neither we, the educational facility (Midland EMS) and/or the State of Michigan do not search out this information! 2) Pass a driving record check. Not all offenses exclude you from becoming a firefighter -- some may simply preclude you from operating our apparatus. However, some do preclude you from joining our organization. Please feel free to ask the chief as below if you have any questions or concerns in this area 3) ALL Lee Township employees are sent for a reading exam -- not just firefighter candidates. The exam for MFR has no provision for a reader, extra time or any other such accommodation. This is a state requirement. We have found that employees who can read at or above an 8th grade reading level have no difficulties in completing the educational component and pass the requisite written test for MFR licensure. 4) Ability to see (with correction); hear (with correction); move over uneven terrain unassisted; carry/use firefighting equipment; assist in extricating, providing emergency medical care and carrying victims/patients in medical emergencies; follow orders; maintain awareness; be alert to safety issues; maintain your temper; operate trucks and pumps (as assigned and after proper additional training), etc. This is not an all inclusive list, but an example of what is required to be a successful firefighter/MFR. 5) LTFD personnel are employed by the Lee Township Board of Trustees and will be sent for a physical at our expense. Drug testing may be included and may be required thereafter. We are an equal opportunity employer. 6) Fill out an application. You may obtain an application at the station (first or third Thursdays as above -- or when we come back from a run) or email or call the chief, Daryl as below and we will either mail you an application or make arrangements to meet you at the station at a mutually convenient time. There is a release of information for your background and driving record check included.

Many opportunities to serve your community

The Manlius Fire Department is located 5 miles east of the City of Syracuse in the heart of Central New York. Operating two stations, the Manlius Fire Department provides Fire and Emergency Medical Services to the Village of Manlius, the Town of Manlius and the Town of Pompey. The Fire Department covers approximately 27 square miles of both residential, commercial and agricultural properties. The "Department" consists of four separate entities. The "Fire Department" is owned by the village. Since 1813 volunteers have been providing, and continue to provide, service to our community. In 1987, with the exodus of industry and commercial operations in the village, the first career fireman was hired to ensure an apparatus operator or emt for daytime response. The number of career has grown to 12, mainly to again ensure daytime response.

Manlius Fire/EMS is a very progressive, professional, and family-oriented department. Here is what you should think about as you consider applying: •You will fill out an application, your background will be checked, you will be interviewed by Department representatives and, if recommended, approved by the Village of Manlius Board of Trustees and the Manlius Volunteer Fire Company. •You will be required to attend a Department orientation soon after you're accepted. •You will be asked what area most interests you (fire or EMS) and assigned a mentor who has experience with the Department. •You will be expected to move along in a progression to realize your goals and to develop skills you can use as a Department volunteer. •Though you won't be receiving gear or uniforms until later, upon entry you will be issued a Department T-shirt which will identify you as an active, probationary recruit. •You will be on probation for six months at which point the membership will vote to continue or terminate your membership in the Department. •You should be prepared to spend one to two years taking classes and dedicating time to observing and responding. EMT classes, apparatus operation classes, and firefighter classes all take time and intense training. •Fire side members are required to serve a total of 12 hours in the station or 24 hours from home if in district weekly. •EMS members are required to serve a total of 6 hours in the station weekly. •All training and uniforms/gear are provided at no cost to you. Being a part of this Department can be a fulfilling personal experience. It takes time and dedication. If you think you have what it takes, contact us today.

volunteer

People who are interested, have a desire to help their neighbors. Support personnel are as important as a frontline firefighter. Many job skills are needed to keep a Fire Dept operating. You may not know how important a part you can play in supporting your Fire Dept. It is very rewarding, knowing YOU make a difference.

A desire to make a difference is the most important requirement. You don't know unless you ask. It takes many different skills to maintain a Fire Dept. Any single thing done, is something that another doesn't have to do. Every bit helps. Many hands make light work.

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.

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 Moores Mill Vol Fire Rescue and 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.

*MUST HAVE *High School Diploma or GED AND Identification. 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 Volunteer Firefighter/Emergency Medical Technician Page 2 of 4 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.

Firefighter

The Mystic Island Fire Company is always seeking new members. If you are interested in joining or know someone who is interested in joining, stop by the station, 827 Radio Rd, any Tuesday night after 7 pm, and talk to any officer or firefighter, and take an application, fill it out, and return it to us. 14 year old students can join as junior members. General membership is 18 years old and older. No experience is necessary, and training is provided for free at the Ocean County Fire Academy.

1- Applicant must fill out the application in its entirety. 2- Applicant must undergo a background check performed by the Mystic Island Vol. Fire Co. and any outside agency that the fire company enlists the help of. 3- Applicant will be interviewed by a review board. 4- Applicant must have a physical performed by a licensed physician in the state of New Jersey.

Vol. Search and Rescue Team Member

Eastern North Carolina Rescue Squad (ENCRS), is a fully functional and professional, 501(c)(3), state incorporated, completely volunteer-staffed life-saving organization (rescue squad) that offers emergency support services to jurisdictional authorities within Eastern North Carolina (ENC). Our agency maintains credentials, rescue equipment, search canines, and emergency response vehicles including a water rescue boat. Membership Opportunities Include: • Search and Rescue Technician (SAR TECH I,II,III) • Canine (K-9) Handler (Area Search/Trailing) • Technical Rescue (Surface/Swiftwater) • Agency Officers • Search Party Members • Fundraising Aids • Administrative/ Business Aids State Description: Wilderness/Land Search and Rescue teams provide support to local emergency management or emergency services agencies by assisting in the location of missing persons, lost/overdue hikers, persons with cognitive impairments who have wandered from caretakers, or any individual that is reported as a lost or injured and whereabouts are unknown. Wilderness/ Land SAR Teams provide this assistance through these resources: -Search Team Members -Trained Wilderness SAR Members -Search Management -Human Trackers -K-9 Teams (Tracking/Training, Air Scent, Cadaver, Water Search, and Disaster Search)

-Atleast 18-Years-Old -Valid Drivers License -Able to pass National Standard Background Check

Firefighter

For over 112 years the Glen Ellyn Volunteer Fire Company has provided Fire and EMS services to the residents of the Village of Glen Ellyn and our surrounding fire protection district. Each year we recruit new members to join us and answer over 3000 calls per year. No experience needed. All training and equipment provided.

21 years of age Reside within 1 mile of our fire protection district borders for a minimum of 6 months Pass a criminal background check Pass a NFPA firefighter physical

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.

Firefighter/Rescue Tech/Driver/Emergency Medical Services

Pomfret Fire Department is seeking people to join our team of responders to fire, rescue, and medical emergencies in the town of Pomfret, CT. Our department responds to about 320 calls per year in our rural town of 4,200 people which covers 40 square miles. Applications are available on the website www.pomfretfire.org, at the station at 67 Hampton Road next to the Little League Field, or by request at emergencymanagement@pomfretct.org. All training is provided at no charge. We will work with anyone's skills and interests to develop a training path in one or more basic areas of: interior firefighter; exterior firefighter; rescue technician; emergency medical responder (EMT or EMR); truck driver; pump operator; Fire Police/Traffic Direction. Junior members ages 14-18 are welcomed and can serve under certain limitations. We also accept "Associate" members, who don't respond to calls but can assist the department with affiliated operations such as in-house documentation, equipment maintenance, fund raising activities, and public education. Active members are eligible to receive benefits including a per-call stipend and town tax abatement up to $1000.

Pomfret residence is preferred but not mandatory. New members must pass a physical examination with the department physician (no charge). Interior Firefighters must show proof of or attain Firefighter 1 Certification. Medical Responders must show proof of or attain certification of CT-EMR or CT-EMT. Active members are expected maintain their skills by attending at least one drill a month, maintaining necessary certifications, and by responding to calls when available.

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

Member

Small rural department looking for members of the community that want to help serve their community

One 12 hour shift a week and two 24 hour weekend shifts a month

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.

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.

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.

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.)

Volunteer Firefighter or EMT

We are looking for volunteer firefighters or EMT's or someone that is willing to do the requirements to become a firefighter or EMT.

Contact us for more info.

Volunteer Fire Fighter, QRS, Fire Ground Support, Fire Police, Community Education and/or Fundraising

Join our team! Our service area covers five square miles that includes rural, undeveloped forests and community planned homes. Our apparatus include: Engine, Tanker, QRS Squad, Brush Truck, ATV, and Rehab trailer. The services we provide are: *Quick response service (QRS) to aid and assist our residents and responding ambulance companies. The levels of medical training are EMR, EMT, and Paramedic. *Interior and Exterior firefighters respond to flooded basements, downed power lines, O2 alarms, fire alarms, pet rescues, mulch fires, traffic control, clear trees and branches, and so much more! *The Rehab unit is ready for deployment for long term incidents. The primary duty is support service for fire fighters. *Community Education/Outreach includes special events at the station which include pancake breakfasts, lunch with Santa, safety day/open house, and fundraise. *Car Seat Inspection team conducts car seat/safety checks to families who make appointments. Car seats can be loaned out to families who need assistance or are visiting the area. *Fire Police are ready to aid and assist local police with traffic control, perimeter control, and safety zones for situations of hazardous and dangerous conditions to keep the public safe.

Team work, great attitude, a willingness to learn, and clean background are required. We do thorough background checks and you must be at least 18 years old to join our team. We offer free training for your area of interest. Trainings are offered weekday nights, weekends, and daytime during the summer. You do not need to be interested in all aspects of our service(s), we just need your help and support for an area that you enjoy. We supply you with all the personal protection equipment (PPE) and tools you will need for your area of interest. Please consider joining us to support your community.

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.

Active Member

We are looking for highly motivated individuals who want to help and volunteer in our community. You will be supplied all equipment and training FREE of charge through the Company and University of Maryland MFRI. Earn college credits and help protect your community. Openings for Volunteer Firefighters, EMT's and Firefighter/EMT. We also have Fire Police positions available. Stop in or contact us today for more info.

Must Be at least 16 years of age. Must submit to a background check. Must be able to pass Departmental physical test.

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/EMT

The Boone County Fire District is the largest volunteer fire department in the State of Missouri. We continuously accept applications for new firefighters and EMT's for two recruit classes each year. For more information visit our site at www.bcfdmo.com

Applicants must be 18 years of age and able to complete a physical agility assessment. An overview of that assessment can be found at https://youtu.be/uirgbdKr5tg

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, Emergency Medical Responder, Emergency Medical Technician, Department Support

Eustis Fire Department is seeking Community Members who are interested in a wide variety of roles including but not limited to Firefighter, Emergency Medical Responder, Emergency Medical Technician, Department Support staff. These job descriptions in these roles can be customized to exactly how you best feel that you can serve and all training will be provided in house or online.

Requirements for each position differ greatly depending on what role you are interested in within Eustis Fire Department.

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.

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

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 18 years of age or older (16 with parent’s permission). 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.

All

We need all positions.

Volunteer

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/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

Firefighter

The West Shore Bureau of Fire is seeking volunteers to support emergency service operations in Lemoyne and Wormleysburg. This position will actively respond to emergencies while on duty. Responses can vary and include, automatic fire alarms, auto accidents, technical rescues, and fires. Applicants should be in reasonable physical fitness. Training and equipment will be provided by the department.

18 years of age or older. Ability to pass a background check. Lives or works in Lemoyne, Wormleysburg, or a surrounding community.

Firefighter/EMT

No training? No problem. We will train you to NYS EMT-B and/or NYS FF1.

Must be in good health and pass background check prior to joining the department.

New Members

Do you want to help protect your neighbors? Visit us and see how you can help. Stop by the Colburn Road Station for information. We are there every Monday evening from 7pm to 10 pm. If not you, then Who?

None, on the job training. Willing to learn, we are willing to teach or send you to the right places to be taught. Firefighter 1 and 2, EMR, EMT, Fire Police, Rescue Diver, Swift Water and Fire Education / Prevention. If one or more of these interest you, then we want you.

Firefighter

We are recruiting Volunteer Firefighters!! If you have the want and desire to assist those in your community, consider volunteering!

Must be able to complete Firefighter training and attend meetings and calls

Member

We have openings within the department for many different things. Firefighting, Departmental Support, Fundraising, Emergency Medical Responder....

Heart and Time to give back to your community!

Firefighters, EMS and support staff are always welcome

The Highlandtown Volunteer Fire Department covers 3 townships. We run out of one station located in Washington Township.

We require that you be over 15 years old, Any trainings that you have will be helpful and we will provide you with the required trainings to become a firefighter.

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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)

Lateral Firefighter or EMT

Northwest Fire Protection District is a paid per call volunteer department serving Northwest Rockford. We provide Fire/Rescue and non-transport EMS services. The district responds to 600-650 calls for service annually. Our personnel are required to commit to maintaining a 15% or higher call response volume, 2 shifts per month minimum and attend weekly training. Other duties include light station maintenance, some station manning and personnel have the opportunity to serve on committees such as training, recruitment, retention, SOG, association and more. We are specifically looking for individuals that can run daytime calls and are IL EMT within Mercy EMS.

18 years old Illinois Basic Fire Operations certification and/or Illinois EMT-B Preferred but not required: Valid Illinois Class B Non-CDL Driver's License Experience as an Apparatus Engineer

Captain

Bored? Looking for something to do? Look no further, your community need me you and we need you now! The Fairport Fire Department responds to roughly 750 calls per year and our dedicated staff of firefighters needs more assistance on our scenes.

18 years of age, no criminal record, and live And/or work in the Fairport Fire Department response district. Willingness to commit to making 15% of our alarms, drills and calls.

Live In and Volunteer Opportunities in Williamsport Pa near Penn College

Busy multi service station off of Route 15 North in Williamsport Pa is seeking community volunteers and college students / Live In members to join our team! We need members interested in Firefighting, EMS, Fire Police or a mixture of all of them! We can also use help with administration and fundraising from community members. visit www.station14.org to learn more! Live In's are provided a place to stay with cable, WiFI and all utilities included for 36 hours a week of duty crew.

We will provide all training for all new members wishing to join. Live In members must meet certain training requirement to participate in the program.

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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

Firefighter, EMT

Volunteer firefighter and EMT, either trained or willing to be trained in structure, wildland, Hazmat, medical, Vehicle extrication, and Technical rescue.

18 years of age, valid driver's license, live within our reponse area and possess professionalism, dedication and honesty.

Volunteer

Assist in multiple fundraising events held throughout the year.

Transportation to and from the event.

Firefighter/Medical Responder

Volunteer

Training is provided free of charge.

Per-Call Firefighter (Volunteer)

Have you ever wanted to give back to your community? Have you ever wanted to help your neighbors as they experienced one of the worst days of their lives, but just wasn’t sure how? Have you ever witnessed a fire engine headed to a call and thought to yourself, “Wow! I’d love to do that!” If so, then you just may be the person we are looking for. The Gordon County Fire-Rescue Department (GCFRD) is looking for dedicated individuals to join our team by becoming a member of our Part-time, Per Call Firefighting Corps. Few opportunities in life can match the sense of pride that comes from knowing you are making a difference in the lives of others — something we experience every day! We, at the GCFRD, always seek people who have a strong desire to help others to join with us — people with pride and dedication to making the community safer and better. Because our work is so important, we make sure all our firefighters are properly trained and equipped; all you need to do is offer the time. If you really want to do something meaningful for your family, friends and neighbors, and are willing to take on challenging work, please consider becoming a member of the Part-time, Per Call Firefighting Corps of our Department by downloading and submitting an application from our website!

The requirements for becoming a Gordon County Fire-Rescue Part-time, per call Firefighter are: Must be at least 18 years of age by GA Law. Must possess or obtain a valid Georgia Driver’s License (Class E, F, or higher). Must possess a high school diploma or equivalency from an accredited program. Must have an acceptable driving record. Must have no, or an acceptable criminal background. Must pass a physical ability test. Must pass a required drug screen. Must live within 5 all-weather road miles of one of our part-time, per call stations Completed application (with all proper forms with Notary signature and stamp) APPLICATIONS FOR PART-TIME, PER CALL FIREFIGHTERS BEING ACCEPTED! DURING NORMAL BUSINESS HOURS, MONDAY – FRIDAY, 8:30 AM – 5:00 PM. (Applications will be reviewed and processed on a periodic basis. Please DO NOT CALL or email to check up on your application. All applicants will be contacted concerning their application at the appropriate time). If you have the desire to serve in your community and wish to apply to become a member of our Part-time, Per Call Firefighter Corps within our department, please download the Employment Application and deliver to Gordon County Fire Rescue Headquarters at 218 Public Safety Dr. SE (next to the Georgia State Patrol, Post 43, across from the Outlet Mall). All questions should be directed to volunteer@gordoncounty.org , or by phoning Headquarters at 706-629-8851.

Volunteer Firefighters and Emergency Medical Technicians

Stafford County Fire Rescue consists of many dedicated volunteer firefighters and emergency medical technicians that save lives, fight fires and respond to car crashes. We need you to join us. We provide free training.

16 Years Old

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 o

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 situation

Volunteer

Belton Fire Corps is a 501c3 nonprofit located in Belton, Texas. We focus on three objectives: firefighter rehabilitation, CERT for Community and support for large events. *Our firefighter rehabilitation program focuses on rehydration, nourishment and cool down/warm up for first responders on scene. *Community Emergency Response Team for Community educates our community in disaster preparedness and awareness *Support for large events includes supporting first responders during training- local and county wide, public education and outreach programs, parades

Must pass a background check and driver's record check along with application packet. Once background and driver's record checks are completed must attend three meetings before membership is provided to Board of Directors for approval. Application can be found online at https://www.beltontexas.gov/departments/fire_department/community_programs/index.php#firecorps

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.

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 Recruit

The prospective firefighter undergoes hours of company funded training in order to help save lives and property of those members of the public who live, work, and travel through our district.

Must be a minimum of 14 years of age with parent's permission and working papers to participate. All levels of experience needed, credit given for past training.

Volunteer Firefighter

The Hancock Fire Department, located in Hancock N.Y. is actively seeking volunteers to join our 100% volunteer department.

None, we will train you.

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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.

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.

Volunteer Fire and Rescue

We are looking for people in the Lexington area with a desire to serve their community. We provide training, gear, and the opportunity to be part of a brotherhood that serves in ways few others do.

Be over 21 years of age, reside in the Lexington area for more than 6 months, and pass a background check.

Volunteer Firefighter/Volunteer EMT

Kress Fire/Rescue is currently seeking volunteers to join our family. No experience necessary. Training offered in house and through area schools and yearly at Texas A&M Municipal Fire School. Kress Fire/Rescue provides fire and medical response to the southern 1/3 of Swisher County Texas.

Must be 18 years of age (16 for Jr ff) Must be able to pass criminal background Must possess valid Texas drivers license Must be able to perform strenuous work

Department Personnel

WHEN FIRE, DISASTER OR MEDICAL EMERGENCY STRIKES, YOU TAKE IT FOR GRANTED THAT YOUR CALL FOR HELP WILL BE ANSWERED. And it will be but only because there are volunteers who willingly contribute their time and energy to keeping your community safe. These men and women come from every walk of life; they work and live all around you. They share an unselfish, often under appreciated commitment to being there ready to serve whenever a crisis occurs. That is truly being a good neighbor. We are looking for individuals to perform many roles. Medical, Structural Firefighter,and Wildland Firefighter. If these are not the roles you are looking for perhaps administration or maintenance. Apply today and help us fill the boots.

Good Driving Record. Fill out Application. Good Attitude. Desire to fill a position in the department and be an active member.

Firefighter / EMR

Looking for volunteers who can devote the time needed to be part of a progressive volunteer fire department. People who want to better their community.

Be physically fit to do the job. Attend training both local and state. Have the time to devote to the department.

Entry level Firefighter

We are looking for motivated individuals to join our fire department. Paid on call, paid trainings. We will provide state certified Fire 1, 2, Hazmat operations, and EMR training. The first year is a lot of time commitment with training.

Must live within 10 road miles of the station, or at the Chief's discretion. If you work in the area and have your employers permission to leave work for calls, that is acceptable as well.

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 Firefighter/EMT

We are in need of some dedicated volunteer members who want to help citizens in the community

must live in the Barnardsville Fire District must be 18 years old we do accept junior members at 16 years old

Firefighter

Look for anyone that would like to join out dept. We have a great group and are like family.

Must be 18 years of age. The applicant must live within the limits of North of 928, South of 2698, East of 1424 and West of Co. Rd. 22. The applicant will appear before the members of the VFD for an interview. Participation requirements include a minimum of 6-8 hours a month for meetings.

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.

Osceola Firefighter

Volunteer Firefighter for the Osceola Fire District https://www.facebook.com/OsceolaFireDepartment/

Clean driving and criminal background check. Valid DL

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.

Firefighter

Looking for men and women 18 years old or older to help serve your local All Volunteer Fire Department. Please stop by 801 Ferry Rd, Havelock, NC, 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.

Non-Profit Grant Writer

This is an un-paid volunteer position for the Tacna Fire Department. The TFD Non-Profit Grant Writer will work to secure funding for the TFD by writing grant proposals and providing supporting materials. This position may be held in conjunction with other volunteer positions within the TFD, including both fire-fighter and administrator positions. This position is open to the community, including current TFD members. Essential Duties may include the following: (1) Familiarizing self with an in-depth knowledge of the TFD, including the organization’s programs, goals, and financial needs; (2) Research available grants and stay aware of changing government policies and submission requirements; (3) Compose and submit proposals (including researching, identifying financial needs, obtaining supporting documentation, and maintaining records). (4) Additional duties may occasionally include fundraising campaigns and promoting the TFD through public outreach and relations in coordination with the TFD Public Outreach Coordinator.

Be at least 18 years of age Possess a High School Diploma or equivalent Possess a current Arizona Driver’s License Pass a preliminary background investigation Possess excellent grammar, writing, and research skills Keep detailed records Have excellent time-management skills and be able to meet deadlines Conduct themselves in a manner that exhibits exemplary behavior and professionalism, being good stewards of the community, especially when dressed in any TFD attire

Firefighter

Applicants in this category will be expected to perform all basic functions of a Firefighter according to NFPA 1001. Firefighters will perform their duties in emergency and non-emergency settings. Firefighters will work within the department in a team environment to complete their assigned duties. Firefighters may be expected to work in a variety of work environments including: severe weather incidents, extreme hot and cold weather, hazardous atmospheres, dark and confined spaces, and other situations that may arise. Firefighters will work under the direction of a company supervisor at all times. Firefighters will participate in company and department training, respond to incidents, extinguish fires, provide manpower assistance when requested, participate in fire prevention activities, maintain department equipment, and may perform additional duties as instructed.

Firefighters not already trained to Tennessee Commission on Firefighting: Firefighter 1 or higher, will be required to participate and complete an approved department training program. This training will consist of several hundred hours of classroom and practical exercises. Practical and written tests will be administered during the course of the training and maintaining a passing score is mandatory. Applicant must be 18 years of age or older. Applicant must have a high school diploma or completed GED requirements. A valid driver's license must be submitted with the application.

Firefighter, EMS Provider, and Driver/Operator

The Richmond Fire Department is actively recruiting for paid-per call staff for the positions of Firefighter, EMS Provider, and Driver/Pump Operator.

The only requirements are to live in or close to Richmond, be able to pass a background check and medical clearance. The training will be provided.

Hourly Firefighter/Paramedic

Responsible to perform and assist in: fire suppression, fire inspections, vehicle and fire station maintenance, hazardous material response, rescue operations, record keeping, CQI, and emergency medical services, fire and EMS training. Work period is 12 to 24 hours daily. Shifts consist of either 6 am to 6 pm or 6 pm to 6 am, or a 24 hour shift, including weekends. Subject to emergency recall. Hourly wage $20-25, depending on qualifications. No residency restrictions.

1. High School graduation or equivalent 2. One to two years experience as Firefighter/Paramedic 3. Wisconsin or National Registry Emergency Medical Technician-Paramedic. 4. Wisconsin Firefighter I Certification (NFPA-1001) 5. Wisconsin Fire Apparatus Drivers/Operator Certification

Firefighter or Firefighter/EMT

We are seeking community oriented volunteers interested in firefighting and 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. Our Volunteer Firefighters and Emergency Medical Technicians perform all duties related to fire suppression, prevention, and the treatment and transportation of patients for the Fire District. Continuing education is provided to all Firefighters and Emergency Medical Technicians through monthly scheduled training and conferences.

Must be 18 years of age Must have a valid Oregon Driver's License Must have a high school diploma or GED or be senior enrolled in high school Must pass a NFPA medical screening and drug test

Volunteer Emergency Responders

Come serve your community. We can't do it without you. Become a volunteer firefighter today!

Desire to serve, interest in helping others and the time to do so.

Volunteer Firefighter

The Retreat Volunteer Fire Department provides training for its members, to include: Firefighter classes, First Aid and CPR. Please realize you must have extra time in your schedule for emergency responses, training, and department functions. We mention this so you can take this into consideration before making a decision about joining our Department. Balancing family, work, other obligations, and recreation, while still providing time for our Department can sometimes be challenging, however rewarding, as well. This should give you a brief idea of what we are all about at the Retreat Volunteer Fire Department. Again, thank you for expressing interest in our department. We hope to make your experiences in emergency services a rewarding one. Our meetings are held at our station the 3rd Thursday of the month at 630 pm. All are welcome. Http://www.retreatfire.com

Must be 18+, experience is preferred but not required. Must be teachable and willing to learn and participate in calls and training.

Volunteer Firefighter

Opening for Volunteers with or without experience. You bring your willingness to help your community and we will train you.

Pick up application from the station at 384 Landers Loop Sylacauga Alabama

Fire Fighter /Support Team/EMS

Forsyth Fire Department is looking for Volunteer Fire Fighters Required training is provided: First Responder,Haz-Mat,FF1- FF2,Driver Operator and much more as your progress through training and Experience.

Must be Age 18 and a M.O. Valid Drivers L/C. Pass Back Ground Check Pass Entry Level Physical Pass a Entry Agility Course Test Live within 10 Miles of City Limits of Forsyth.

FF, EMT, Ladies Auxillary, Buisness Members

We are looking to expand our department, all ranks. From fire/ems to ladies aux. and business members. Age requirement is 18 and up. Male or Female.

1. Make sure you're ready to commit. Making the decision to become a volunteer firefighter should not be taken lightly. It requires hundreds of hours of training and a strong commitment to service. 2. Once you've chosen us, you will need to complete the application and background check process. 3. After you join, the department will usually enter you in a training program. All active members/firefighters are required to keep a minimum of 20 hours of training a year.

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

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

Fire Fighter/Paramedic or Fire Fighter AEMT

PART-TIME FIRE FIGHTER City of Riverview Department of Fire/EMS Position Title: Firefighter Starting Wage: $15.00/hour Position Summary: As a Firefighter with the City of Riverview, members will perform all duties of a firefighter under close supervision of senior firefighters and Command Officers. These duties may include, but not limited to:  Responding to a wide variety of emergencies.  Protecting the life and property of others.  Perform all aspects of fire suppression and overhaul.  Clean, operate, and maintain a variety of equipment.  Perform rescue operations in a variety of conditions.  Work with the public on fire prevention.  Work with other agencies within the city and outside of your jurisdiction.  Drive a city vehicle in both emergency and non-emergency circumstances.  Complete reports.  Attend training classes.  Drive or attend on ambulance calls.  Fulfill all of the requirements of probations as set forth in Policy 400.0 – Probationary Period Desired Qualities: Given the varied duties and responsibilities of a firefighter, both physical and mental, the desired qualifications are also varied. The following is a list of some of the desired qualities:  High school diploma with college preferred.  An interest in and an aptitude for firefighting and emergency medicine.  The ability to physically perform demanding tasks under stressful circumstances.  The ability to read and understand technical materials.  The ability to handle and operate technical equipment.  The ability to work well with others including peers and authority and maintain a courteous relationship with the general public.  Maintain good physical and mental health.

Qualifications: The City of Riverview requires the following qualifications to apply for employment as a firefighter:  High school diploma or equivalent  Firefighter I & II  HAZMAT Awareness and Operations  Michigan Paramedic License

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.

Volunteer

Pecan Grove Volunteer Fire Department is seeking volunteers like you! PGVFD has openings in multiple areas and are looking for community driven people to apply for not only fire and EMS but for support rolls too. If you have a desire to help people in need, then PGVFD is the place for you. If serving on the front line is not for you, we still have many other areas of the PGVFD that you can serve from fleet maintenance, fundraising, recruitment, to IT to name a few. Being a volunteer is not a means of staying busy. It is knowing that you are helping others and being part of a family with a shared interest in helping those in need. PGVFD offers volunteer reimbursement for fire or ems schools and a stipend for time blocks. We are a department that wants you to help us grow and be part of a new generation of volunteers.

Although we accept people from many different back grounds, the only requirements are to be a minimum of 18 years old, have a valid drivers license, and be of good moral character with a willingness to help your fellow department members and the community.

Firefighter

Seeking individuals who want to serve their community serving as a Firefighter.

Valid ID, vlean criminal history, desire to serve the community.

Firefighter

Pearson,Willacoochee,Axson Volunteer Fire Department is a County wide Fire Department, We are consolidated with our two Cities. We have 8 stations in service at the present time with 1 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 once a month at our central office. Every first Saturday of every month except December, for 8 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.

Firefighter/Fire Police/ EMT/ Associate

Members wanted to provide fire protection to the surrounding community. All required training will be provided at no cost to the member.

14 years or Older

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.

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.

Volunteer Firefighter or Volunteer EMT

Cowlitz 2 Fire & Rescue is a combination department with over 70 volunteer responders. Our volunteers are trained to the same level and expected to perform in the same capacity as career responders. We accept both EMS and fire volunteers, and volunteers are eligible for many benefits: experience, sponsored training, tuition reimbursement, volunteer stipends, life insurance, and retirement benefits.

Be 18 years old. Posess a high school diploma, GED, or higher degree. Pass a background check and risk assesment evaluation. Posess a valid driver’s license Maintain an insurable driving record with no criminal violations, and no more than three moving violations in three years. Pass a fit-for-duty physical and drug screen. Continually meet participation requirements and complete required training promptly.

Firefighter, EMT, Auxiliary, and junior

we are looking for driven individuals looking to make a difference in their communities by providing emergency assistance. Also looking for assistance with our auxiliary and the formation of a junior roster

Must be 18(except juniors), must have a drivers license, must have a clean criminal history.

FF/EMT-B

As with most fire departments who also run EMS calls, upwards of 70% of our call volume is EMS. We are currently in need of additional individuals with EMT-Basic to work EMS calls and assist on other calls such as fires and rescues.

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

Volunteers and live-ins wanted

Monroeville is located approximately 12 miles east of the City of Pittsburgh in Allegheny County, Pennsylvania and covers approximately 20 square miles. Monroeville is comprised of single and multi-residential, retail, commercial, and industrial buildings. Populations range from 70,000-100,000 daylight, and over 30,000 nighttime. Our Department responds to a wide variety of incidents, both in Monroeville and also assisting neighboring communities. Station 1 is the oldest fire station in Monroeville it began as Old Patton Twp. Fire Co. 1. Station #1 provides 100% volunteer fire and rescue services, and a combination of paid / volunteer emergency medical services. Our fleet includes a 77' Quint, Heavy Engine, Air/Light Heavy Squad unit, 2 ALS Licensed Ambulance’s and a Utility pick-up. Our department also sponsors an active LIVE-IN program.

Live-ins: Must be 18 years or older Must be in college or employed full-time, or combination of work and school Must have PA Essentials of Firefighting/MODS 1-4 OR PA EMT/Medic Must obtain PA EMT-B within one year if you are not already an EMT Must obtain approval from the Vice President and Chief

Firefighter

Entry level firefighter or Fire 1 and/or Fire 2 certified. Will train right person! 100% volunteer.

None. Department will pay for training for firefighters. Must obtain within first year on department.

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.

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.

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

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

Looking for persons interested in providing an essential public service to their community and serving as a volunteer firefighter. Opportunities also exist for a live-in program. We are close to several academic institutions such as Penn State Berks, Alvernia University, and Albright College.

Anyone 16 years of age and older. No previous experience is necessary. We will provide all training, equipment and opportunities. Potential members are encouraged to visit the fire station at 2301 Monroe Ave in the West Wyomissing section of Spring Township (adjacent to the Owls Sports Club baseball field) and obtain an application, or download one off our web site at www.tsfrs.com.

Firefighter/EMT Support/auxillary

Entry-level firefighter and entry-level medical first responder positions available Support personnel to assist with day to day operations Support personnel to assist with fund raising

18 years of age no felony convictions Department will provide required training

Volunteer Firefighter

The Springfield Township Fire Department is looking for volunteer firefighters, NO PREVIOUS EXPERIENCE NECESSARY! Are you over the age of 18? Do you live in or near Springfield Township? Do you have the desire to help others in your community in their time of need? Have you ever wondered what its like to be a volunteer firefighter? If you answered yes to any of those questions then we need you! At the Springfield Township Fire Department we provide fire and medical protection to our township residents, tourists, and to the people passing through. We are a busy, fast paced department with a family oriented drive to be on the top. If this sounds like something you want to do get in touch with us today!

1. Be 18 years old or older 2. Live in or in close proximity to Springfield Township 3. Have a valid Indiana drivers license 4. Have a clean driving record 5. Have the drive to learn the job and help others every day

Firefighter

Crawford Twp Volunteer Fire Dept is always looking for Firefighters, Firefighter Trainees, Auxiliary members and Junior Firefighters.

Free training and certification programs are available through the Department and College of the Albemarle.

Volunteer Firefighter

West Johnston FD is seeking new volunteers! All you need to do is live in the fire district or close to it, be 18 years of age and have a valid drivers license. This is a great opportunity to open some big doors in your life. Upon getting on the fire department you will have access to certifiable classes and if dedicated can quickly achieve the North Carolina Fire Fighter certification I and II. Not only will you have access to firefighter classes but you can also attend medical classes after that. We can help you become a state certified EMT. Another great thing about joining the FD is all the great people you will meet at the FD and all the people you can help. If you can commit to this we guarantee you that you will develop life long friends and enjoy life long experiences. We also have an Auxiliary and Juniors program, so the whole family can join and help.

At least 18 years of age. Have valid NC Drivers License Live in or near the fire district Willing to learn Want to help out the community

Volunteer Firefighter / EMT

Protects life and property by supporting firefighting, emergency medical services, hazardous materials, and other duties as assigned in non-IDLH (imminent danger to life and health) atmospheres. Maintains Fire/EMS equipment, apparatus and facilities as assigned. Performs public education, station support and prevention programs. May work under the direction of the Assistant Chief, Volunteer Coordinator, Captain or Firefighter as needed.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities – • Responds as requested within the Groom Creek Fire District and on mutual aid assignments. • Performs fireground support activities including driving fire apparatus, operating pumps and related equipment, laying hose, rehab and other operations outside of an IDLH (imminent danger to life and health) atmosphere. • Provides traffic control at incident scenes. • Writes reports accurately documenting incident data, patient assessment and patient treatment. • Operates radio and other communication equipment. • Maintains Fire/EMS equipment, apparatus and facilities. • Performs minor repairs to District equipment. • Assists in developing plans for special assignments such as emergency preparedness, training programs, community support, etc. • Participates in drills, attends classes and other training in related subjects. • Maintains required certifications for functional area assigned. • Maintains positive working relationship with the public and other GCFD personnel. Other Duties – • Assists in training new members as assigned. • Provides public education and information. • Provides station support functions as requested.

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

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.

Partime Firefighter/EMT or Medical 1ST Responder

The City of Kennett, MO is seeking qualified applicants for part time, paid per call firefighter/EMT or Medical First Responder. The position is a non-regular scheduled employee that responds to paged out calls for medical and fire -rescue calls.

Minimum age is 18 years old, high school graduate, prefere Firefighter I/II and/or EMT trained individuals. Will consider non trained but all must have a clean record and background when checked. Must reside within a 1 mile area of Kennett City Limits or within the Independence Township. Must have a valid Missouri Motor Vehicle Operators License.

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.

Firefighter and/or MFR

Looking for Women and Men interested in becoming a Firefighter and/or Medical First Responder! Class cost and all materials needed will be provided by South Shore Hubbard Lake Fire Department.

You must be 18 years of age, and have the physical ability to carry out the duties of a Firefighter or MFR.

FireFighter

Looking people interested iserving the Turkey community and becoming a volunteer firefighter, no experience necessary. If interested in joining our team, you can come out any Tuesday night to fire department around 6:30pm and get an application. We accept junior members, ages 16+

You must have a valid drivers licenses, a driving record and a background check will be required before acceptance by the fire department. You will have to attend 2 meetings, the 3rd Thursday night of the month, which will be voted upon on the second meeting night by the board of directors and the fire department. Each Firefighter is to maintain 72 hours of training a year. Will be expected to attend meetings on 3rd Thursday of every month and truck check off every Tuesday night at 6:30

EMT/AEMT

The City of Black River Falls / Black River Falls Fire Department is seeking part-time Emergency Medical Technicians and Advanced Emergency Medical Technicians. The service area consists of over 1,000 square miles, with a population over 20,000. The service responds to 2,200+ calls annually. Successful candidates will possess the knowledge and skills necessary to provide Emergency Medical Care to patients in a wide variety of environments. Responsibilities will include respond to 911 calls and provide emergency medical care within the Scope of Practice for an EMT or AEMT as outlined by the State of Wisconsin. Additional roles include participating in public relations events, standby at special events, and maintaining department equipment and property. Hours of work vary with available shifts from 10:00 pm-6:00 am Monday thru Friday, and 6:00 am -6:00 pm and 6:00pm -6:00 am Saturday, Sunday, and Holidays. A full job description with a list of qualifications is available at the Black River Falls Fire Department. Applications may be mailed or dropped off: Black River Falls Fire Department, 30 South Water Street, P.O. Box 455, Black River Falls, WI 54615, Attention: Chief Stoker. NOTE: Candidates will be required to submit to an oral interview, background investigation, medical exam, physical abilities test, and serve a twelve-month probationary period. The city of Black River Falls is AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER.

Required Qualifications: High School Diploma or equivalent, Wisconsin licensed EMT or higher, Healthcare Provider CPR Certification, and a valid Wisconsin Driver's License.

Volunteer Firefighter

Go on emergency calls and assist on fire suppression, motor vehicle accidents and other emergency calls within the township and neighboring communities.

JR Firefighter: 14yrs - 17yrs old with working papers SR Firefighter: 18yrs or older - training provided

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

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.

Second Alarm Member

These types of members offer support in fundraising at the department. We realize that firefighting and rescue is not for everyone and we like to create other types of members for this instance when it isn't for you.

No felonies Able to pass a background check Able to pass a child clearance check Able to attend Department meetings Willing to devote time to assist in functions

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.

Firefigher, Emergency Medical Responder, Rescue Crew

No experience needed. Training and equipment provided. Being part of a volunteer fire department can be a deeply enriching experience. Over 75% of current volunteers say they have met their closest friends volunteering for the fire department, and that being a part of the department was like being in a big family. Your Nob Hill Fire Department is looking for volunteers with any of the following skills or experience: Bookkeeping/Accounting Vehicle and Equipment Maintenance Facilities Maintenance Secretarial or Administrative Landscape and Lawn Care Fundraising Community outreach Legal Fire Alarm System Contractors Fire Sprinkler Contractors Truck Drivers Military Physicians/Nurses Teachers Husband and wife teams Why Volunteer? INTEGRITY Adhering to a strict guideline of moral and ethical principles, volunteers are known for their compassion and kindness. PUBLIC SERVICE Helping others is something that takes you beyond doing things for yourself and makes the world a better place. CHARACTER When you dedicate your time to helping others, your entire perspective begins to change. Sign Up now! We will connect you with more information. You must live in the NHFD response area.

Must live in the Nob Hill Fire Department coverage area if you are applying for firefighter or emergency medical responder opportunities.

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

Volunteers needed.

A desire to serve and help your community.

Volunteer Firefighter

We are currently seeking a candidate to fill the position of probationary volunteer fire fighter. Applicant's must be willing to respond at any and all times.

Contact Department for requirements.

Volunteer

Desire to better and help serve the Lakeside City community and surrounding area.

Live within a 5 mile radius of Lakeside City, TX

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

Volunteer Firefighter or Volunteer EMT

The Okauchee Fire Department, a privately held, fully volunteer, non-profit fire department is seeking new members to join our team. We are currently looking for individuals interested in becoming firefighters, emergency medical technicians, rescue divers or any combination of the three. We thank you for consideration of joining our team of dedicated volunteers serving the community. No experience is necessary, we provide all training and equipment at no cost except your time and dedication. New applications and applicants are always considered. Deadline is before the 2nd Monday of each month. We have a rolling recruitment.

*A desire to serve the community and be committed to a fantastic and supportive organization* 1. At least 18 years of age 2. Citizen of the United States of America 3. Must reside or be employed within a 15 mile radius of the Okauchee Fire Department station 4. Reasonable physical condition

Firefighter, Call Force

Call Force Firefighters are first responders to emergency calls in Lyman and Dayton, Maine. Call force firefighters are paid-by-the-call. They respond as needed. Firefighters perform duties such as; fire suppression, (structural and wild land), HAZMAT operations, vehicle extrication, water rescue, and many others.

High school diploma (or equivalent), pass a criminal background check, pass a physical ability test and a reading comprehension test. Good physical condition, reside in Lyman or Dayton or within 2.5 miles of the fire station. Once hired, must meet minimum activity and regular training requirements.

Volunteer Firefighters, EMT's, Support Personnel

To provide fire protection, emergency medical aid and to respond to calls of assistance for preservation of life and property to which we are trained. An online application is available on our Facebook page.

Junior Members minimum age requirement: 14 Years old Senior Members minimum age requirement: 18 Years old

Volunteer Firefighter

911 Service providing fire and EMS first responder service. Covering 120 square miles and dispatched to over 500 annually. Go to: www.precinct4.com

Pass a Texas DPS background check and be able to get your Texas Class B exempt drivers license. Go to: www.precinct4.com

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

Firefighter/First Responder

Entry level volunteer with or without certification. We are looking for individuals who want to join a dedicated team focused on community service, and emergency response.

Clean driving record and criminal history.

Firefighter / EMT

We are currently recruiting volunteer Firefighters and EMT's within our community. In addition to giving back to your community and an opportunity at starting a rewarding career, through SAFER grant funding there will be additional benefits offered to Active Volunteers. This grants purpose is to recruit and retain active volunteer firefighters. The grant includes accidental insurance policies and up to $12,000.00 college tuition for the volunteer fire fighters within our community.

18 years of age High School Diploma/ GED Able to pass a physical exam Positive attitude Willing to work

Firefighter , Emergency Medical Technicians and Responders along with support personnel

The Lake Carey 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, as well as those who are willing to help in the background with fundraising, maintenance, etc. We need your help also. We have a Junior Program for ages 14-17.

Training and Personal protective Equipment will be provided.

Firefighter/ EMT

Addison Twp Fire Department in Michigan is looking for Part Paid Volunteer Firefighter/ EMT's. There is no experience more rewarding than providing lifesaving emergency services to your community, family and friends. No training necessary to apply! We will train you with the necessary skills to do the must exciting job you can do...

Must be able to pass an agility test. Must be a U.S. citizen, clean record, live within Addison Twp. Michigan and have the willingness and drive to support your community.

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

Being a member of the Fire Department is about helping people in a time of need and protecting property. No other organization can respond so quickly, in such force, when called into action. The only way we can continue to provide the highest quality of emergency response for the citizens of Oglesby is to recruit and retain individuals who are motivated, dedicated and team oriented. If you possess these qualities, then you are a potential candidate for the Oglesby Fire Department

No experience needed, except for dedicated and team oriented. We will train you!

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

Position available for all walks of life to become a Volunteer Firefighter, First Responder

Must live within the Kerens ISD School District Boundries

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, and a variety of support functions including administrative, social, and fundraising activities. The fire dept. 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. Examples of calls are fire suppression, vehicle extrication, rope rescue, water rescue as well as firefighter rehabilitation. Our Department meets every Wednesday night, from 7pm to 9pm, for training, drills and meetings. Feel free to stop by, ask questions and/or pick up an application. Follow us on Facebook (https://www.facebook.com/rotterdamdistrict7/)

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, EMT and Explorers

The most rewarding work you won't get paid for. Help your neighbors in there time of need.

No training required. All training is on the job. Each company (there is 2) meet either the 1st Monday or the 1st Wednesday every month for a business meeting. Training is every Monday night and other times as needed.

Volunteer Firefighter/EMT? First Responder

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

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

Firefighter

The Emerson Fire Department is actively seeking residents who are interested in serving their community by volunteering with our department.

Firefighter applicants must be at least 18 years of age and are required to complete Firefighter I training at the Bergen County Law & Public Safety Institute located in Mahwah, New Jersey. This six-month long training course was designed around the NFPA Standard 1001 and the New Jersey Division of Fire Safety Standard. Class is held twice per week, allowing students to acquire sufficient skills and knowledge that will enable him/her to function as an effective fire ground participant under the direct supervision of departmental officers. The course includes lectures, videos and slide/tape presentations in addition to practical exercises. Students must maintain a minimum score of 70% on both the written midterm and final exams as well as successful completion of a practical evaluation. Applicants are also required to pass a criminal background check and medical examination.

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.

Firefighter, Firefighter/EMT or Paramedic, Junior Firefighters

Burlington Fire Protection District are seeking community-minded individuals for multiple volunteer positions. Volunteerism is vital to the USA and firefighting is still largely accomplished by volunteers in this country. We are always looking for anyone ages 16-18 for our Junior firefighter program and anyone over age 18 to be a "regular" volunteer firefighter. No experience, no problem; we will teach you everything you need to know to be a vital part of this awesome community service. We are a combination department, which means we have career staff and volunteers. Our program is hugely successful and in the past 10 years, we have helped almost 100 volunteers reach their goal of becoming career firefighters. However, if your goal is to be here for your community, as a volunteer, then we can accommodate that as well. This is hard work and it doesn't happen overnight. You will need to commit real time on a consistent basis to be properly trained to handle a myriad of all-hazards incidents. We respond to fires, accidents of all types, hazardous materials situations, emergency medical calls and even the occasional cat in a tree.

Junior program - ages 16-18 Regular volunteer- age 18 and above No experience necessary, but we will not turn you away if you have experience.

Firefighter Explorer

This position is volunteer with guardians permission. Explorers are those interested in a future in firefighting and/or emergency services. Explorer will participate in all training provided free of charge and will be allowed to make specific runs with appropriate supervision. Explorers will participate in community outreach programs within the community.

-16 to 18 years of age - 30 hours of training/year -currently enrolled in high school or a GED program -no experience necessary.

Social Member

Assist at functions such as weekly BINGO, annual carnival, functions such as weddings, birthday parties, anniversary parties.

14 years or older.

Firefighter mfr

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

18 years old Valid drivers license Clean background

Firefighters or EMT's

Help Firth Fire and Rescue serve our community by being a public service member. We strive to serve our community in the most caring way possible. From helping you escape safely from a car accident, to saving your house from a raging fire, we cover it all. If you enjoy serving the people of your community, join our department and help us serve our mission.

Minimum 18 years of age at time of appointment. Possess a valid driver's license upon appointment. Obtain Cardio Pulmonary Resuscitation (CPR) certification within first year. Possess no medical or physical disabilities that might impede the ability to perform firefighting and rescue functions. Must Possess Ability To: Communicate effectively with the public, personnel from other agencies and other volunteers. Establish and maintain cooperative working relationships with other members of the department. Respond to emergency and non-emergency situations at all hours of the day and night as available. Think clearly and decisively in stressful situations, carry out complex directions and follow orders of superiors. Work in hazardous and unfamiliar situations. Wear protective clothing for extended periods of time often in extreme weather conditions. Climb ladders, which require lifting arms above shoulder level and working at heights greater than 10 feet. Meet and maintain physical standards required for fire and rescue work. Learn modern structural and wildland fire suppression techniques. Learn First-Aid and CPR techniques.

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

Firefighter

North Greece is looking for new volunteer firefighters. Do you have what it takes? All training provided and no experience necessary. For more information visit us at https://northgreecefiredepartmentinc.com/fire-department/apply-to-volunteer/

Must be able to commit time away from home at a moments notice to answer the call. Must be 18 years old, have a valid driver's license and High School Diploma or equivalency.

Volunteer Firefighter

Scott Twp is currently seeking volunteers, particularly ones in our district, to be part of our progressive combination fire department.

Cadets 15 to 18: Hold up to par grades in scool to participate. Volunteer firefighters: 18 years or older with a clean background check. No fire experience required.

Fire Fighter / EMR

GENERAL SUMMARY Personnel assigned the position of Fire Fighter are responsible for the protection of life, limb, and property by performing fire fighting, rescue, emergency medical, and hazardous material intervention. Fire Fighters are also expected to assist with fire prevention, fire inspections, and supporting the safety of the community. Within the station, Fire fighters assist with maintaining fire equipment, apparatus, and department facilities. Fire Fighting personnel must operate within a chain of command and exercise good judgment in the station and on the fire ground. For a more complete list of Fire Fighter duties and responsibilities, please contact us. Personnel assigned the position of Emergency Medical Responder (EMR) are licensed by the State of Michigan to provide patient care. EMRs are responsible for rendering care to ill or injured patients in a variety of circumstances. EMRs assist at fires and other hazardous incidents by providing patient care, responder medical assessment, and rehabilitation. EMRs are expected to provide care to patients in vehicles and other close quarters. EMRs are further expected to assist with home safety inspections and support the health and welfare of the community. Within the station, EMRs assist with maintaining equipment, apparatus, and department facilities. EMR personnel must operate within a chain of command and exercise good judgment in the performance of their duties both in the station and on the scene of an incident. For a more complete list of EMR duties and responsibilities, please contact us.

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS - FIRE FIGHTER EDUCATION: * Must be 18 years or older at time of employment and be a high school graduate or have a GED equivalent. * Fire Fighter I & II – State of Michigan Certification * Hazardous Materials Operations Level – State of Michigan Certification * NIMS 100, 200, 700 and 800. EXPERIENCE: * Previous experience as a fire fighter preferred, but willing to train. OTHER REQUIREMENTS: * Valid State of Michigan Driver’s License * Basic Life Support Certification * Basic computer data entry and word processing skills are helpful Paid on call and volunteer fire fighters must be certified as a FFI, FFII, ICS, NIMS by the Michigan Fire Fighter Training Council within twenty-four (24) months of hire. PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS AND OPERATING ENVIRONMENT This job requires the ability to perform the essential functions contained in this description. These include, but are not limited to, the following physical requirements. Reasonable accommodations will be made for otherwise qualified applicants unable to fulfill one or more of these requirements. This position requires the ability to: • Walk over rough and/or unstable terrain • Climb up and down stairs and ladders carrying heavy loads, often in excess of 50 pounds • Bend, stoop, and twist while both stationary and moving • Stand for long periods of time • Carry, swing, drag, lift or otherwise use heavy tools. • Work both indoors and outdoors during extremes in temperature and humidity, including exposure to high winds and precipitation. • Work in enclosed or confined spaces that may restrict movement • Move and function with low to no visibility • Work in close proximity to hazards such as fire, explosives, chemicals, biological agents, electrical shock, structural hazards, weapons, hostile individuals, fast moving vehicles, etc. • Work in areas with loud noise and vibration from tools, machinery and equipment • Work within the restrictions of personal protective equipment (self-contained breathing apparatus, fire fighter turnout clothing, hearing and eye protection, encapsulated suits, etc.) • Work while exposed to products of combustion including heat and smoke. Fire fighters must be physically and medically qualified to fulfill the position’s duties. This capacity is determined by a physical ability test and by a medical examination performed by a physician. These qualifications should not be viewed as expressing absolute employment or promotional standards, but as general guidelines to be considered along with other job-related selection or promotional criteria. MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS - EMR EDUCATION: * Must be 18 years or older at time of employment and be a high school graduate or have a GED equivalent. * Current Michigan Emergency Medical License * Current Basic Life Support Certification * NIMS 100, 200, 700 and 800. EXPERIENCE: * Satisfactory completion of the EFD – EMS Pre-employment/Annual Skills and Protocol Evaluation. OTHER REQUIREMENTS: * Valid State of Michigan Driver’s License * Basic computer data entry and word processing skills are helpful Paid on call and volunteer emergency responders must complete the minimum requirements and achieve State of Michigan licensure within twenty-four (24) months of hire. PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS AND OPERATING ENVIRONMENT This job requires the ability to perform the essential functions contained in this description. These include, but are not limited to, the following physical requirements. Reasonable accommodations will be made for otherwise qualified applicants unable to fulfill one or more of these requirements. This position requires the ability to: • Walk over rough and/or unstable terrain • Climb up and down stairs and ladders carrying heavy loads, often in excess of 50 pounds • Bend, stoop, and twist while both stationary and moving • Squat, kneel, and stand for extended periods of time • Carry, swing, drag, lift or otherwise use equipment • Lift a minimum of 100 pounds without assistance • Lift and carry ill or injured patients as well as push and pull stretchers • Lift and carry ill or injured patients up and down stairs • Work both indoors and outdoors during extremes in temperature and humidity, and includes exposure to high winds and precipitation. • Work in enclosed spaces that restrict access and movement • Move and function with low light and limited visibility • Work in close proximity to hazards such as electrical shock, structural hazards, hostile individuals, fast moving vehicles, etc. • Work in areas with loud noise and/or vibration from tools, machinery, equipment, and crowds • Work within the restrictions of personal protective equipment (Tyvek suit, hearing and eye protection, gloves, head protection, coveralls, etc.) EMRs must be physically and medically qualified to fulfill the position’s duties. This capacity is determined by a physical ability test and by a medical examination performed by a physician. These qualifications should not be viewed as expressing absolute employment or promotional standards, but as general guidelines to be considered along with other job-related selection or promotional criteria.

Firefighter

Participate in all aspects and phases of firefighting

No prior training or experience required.

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 Firefighter

Ever thought about becoming a volunteer firefighter? Well stop thinking about it and join us. The Cy-Fair Volunteer Fire Department is looking for new members. No experience is need and we cover all the cost for training. Call us or stop by one of our fire stations to learn more.

Must be 18 or older and have no criminal history. Must be able to physically perform normal firefighting duties.

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

A basic firefighter position, you would roll hose, rehab, help out at the station, attend meetings, more information on day you come in.

NO experience needed.

Volunteer Fire Fighters Needed.

Want to serve your community? Be a good neighbor? Have excitement in your life? Be respected in your community? Become a Volunteer Fire Fighter for a rewarding feeling of doing good for all.

Must be 18 years of age, in good health and live in the community.

Volunteer Firefighter

Thank you for your interest in serving our community as a volunteer with Benton County Fire District #1. We are always looking for individuals to deliver the highest level of public safety services to our community. For information about Benton County Fire District #1 or to submit an application to become a volunteer, please visit our website at www.BentonOne.org.

REQUIREMENTS TO APPLY To apply, you must meet the following requirements: 1. Be 18 years of age. 2. Have a High School Diploma or GED. 3. Have a valid Washington State Drivers License. 4. Have no felony convictions within the last seven years that could interfere with your work as a firefighter. 5. Have an insurable driving record. 6. Must be able to read and write the English language. 7. Must reside within five miles of a District fire station. 8. Must pass an entrance exam. 9. Must pass a physical exam and drug screening. 10. Must be capable of sustained arduous work. 11. Height and weight commensurate

Firefighter, EMT

Volunteer Firefighters Training provided includes: MS Volunteer Firefighter Courses NFPA 1001 NFPA 1002 First Responder EMT-B CPR/AED

18 years old MS Drivers License Benefits include : Up to $100.00 a year off car tag

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

Firefighter

Responds to fire alarms and extinguishes fire. Responds to calls for emergency medical services, and renders first aid. Performs salvage operations such as throwing salvage covers, sweeping water and removing debris. Responds to and renders assistance in a variety of emergencies. Cleans and inspects equipment and apparatus after returning from a fire. Inspects equipment and apparatus and notifies superior officer of any defects. Perform 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 jurisdiction, including streets, buildings, water supply, unusual hazards and related items. Performs various public information or education tasks.

18 years of age or older with High School Diploma or equivalent. Valid Michigan Driver License with safe driving record. No felony or serious misdemeanor convictions. Communicate effectively both orally and in writing. Work calmly and efficiently under extremely physically and emotionally stressful conditions in emergencies. Work within a command structure as a team member following policies and procedures. Possess or successfully complete Michigan Firefighter I & II certification.

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

Whitehall Bureau of Fire is a progressive Volunteer Fire department with five stations. We are an all-hazards department. Assisting our Public in Firefighting, Vehicle Extrication, Dive and Swift water rescue. As well as a member of the county Rescue Task Force and Rapid Intervention Team. We also educate our public in Fire safety with our smokehouse trailer for children. All training is supplied by the department as well as equipment. Whitehall is one of three departments in the county with its own training grounds. Of the three we are the only training facility that utilizes live fire burns.

We require that in the first month our member, learn where equipment is on the apparatus assigned to their station. As well as complete National Incident Management System 100, 200, 700, 800 and Haz-Mat awareness. These are an online course. Members of the station, as well as the officers, will assist you with these tasks. Within a one-year timeline if over the age of 18, we would like to enroll you in a Firefighter 1 class held in the Township. Upon completion, you will be designated as an interior Firefighter.

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

Douglas Okanogan Fire District 15 is now accepting application for volunteer firefighters in the Brewster, Bridgeport, Pateros and Methow, Wa area. Come by any station on Thursday evenings at 7 pm to get more details or info or pick up an application. Or contact 689-0216.

must have valid social security number, good physical condition, and willing to work hard.

Firefighter

Apply to become a probationary firefighter with the Middleport Fire Dept

18 years of age, valid drivers license, live within our first due coverage area

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.

Firefighter /emt/fundraiser

This is an opportunity for a dedicated person to help drive our department and help the community we serve.

Have or be willing to get firefighter one and emt certificate with in the first year in.

Jr. Firefighter

Jr. Volunteer Firefighter

Be Physically Fit. Have no Criminal record. Be a good citizen in our community. Must live in our fire district or close by our district. Must have good moral character and look presentable to the public. Must be 16 years old and have parents permission. We are having a membership drive at our station October 10th from 9 AM till 1 PM. Come and ask any question you may have.

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!

Support Staff

A LOT of work goes into running any good fire department, and it's not all hoses & stethoscopes. If you have a skill and you have the will, we would be honored to receive your support with our overall operations. From cleaning to organizing, we could use some help. (It would also be nice to have an official photographer again someday, since our last one decided to get involved with line duties and ultimately got promoted to Captain!)

18 Years of age or older Hold a State of Illinois Drivers License No Felony Convictions Live in the Champaign-Urbana area Willing to work closely with others Willing to dedicate time and effort

Firefighter

The main responsibilities of a Volunteer Firefighter are to assist people in distress, rescue fire victims and extinguish fires as quickly as possible.

All firefighters must obtain the required training to become certified with in a two year period and obtain the training each year there after to maintain certification. All firefighters must be physically fit to perform the strenuous tasks required in structural firefighting.

Dedicated Volunteer

Looking for dedicated volunteers. We have positions ranging from firefighters and EMTs to kitchen and event staff to administrative positions. We offer uniforms and free training.

Must complete a membership application and pass background checks.

Paid-On-Call Firefighter

The Village of Biron Fire Department is looking for volunteers to join our growing family. Schooling is both encouraged and funded in full by the department. Join without experience and train to become some of the following: Entry Level Driver Operator Entry Level Firefighter Certified Fire Inspector Certified Firefighter 1 Certified Firefighter 2 Certified Driver Operator Certified Fire Officer 1 Certified Emergency Service Instructor 1 or 2 Certified Fire Officer 2 State Emergency Medical Responder (First Responder)

Valid driver's license. Live within 15 miles from the town limits. Positive disposition. A desire to serve your local community. Pass a background check

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 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

Volunteer Firefighter

Volunteers needed. No prior training necessary. We'll provide all training necessary to become a NC certified firefighter. Be a part of your community and help when available.

Available for training. Available for meetings and responding to emergency calls

Volunteer Firefighters and Emergency Medical Technicians (EMTs) both Basic and Cardiacs

The Nasonville Fire Department is currently recruiting for volunteer Firefighter and EMT positions. If you live within a three mile radius of the fire district lines you may qualify to become a new member of this organization. Free training will be provided along with weekly drills.

Accepting new members with the completion of: BCI background check. Completed application.

All Members

Dont like fire - you can still help your community out by becomeing a member of your local volunteer fire department support staff. You can help with taking care of the station and trucks. There is a place for everyone!

Must be 18

Firefighter

Want to make a difference in your community. Volunteer today as a Firefighter.

Age 15 - 18 for Junior Firefighters with parents permission Age 18 & up for Firefighter Successful completion of Criminal Background check

Volunteer Firefighter

Falkville Fire & Rescue is currently accepting applications to fill the role of Volunteer Firefighter. The successful candidate will have the desire and compassion to help others and to protect lives, property and the environment. Work is to be completed as an individual contributor to the firefighting team by responding to and fighting fires, delivering emergency medical care, taking part in ongoing training and participating in outreach events within the community.

18 years old. High school diploma or GED, current drivers license.

Volunteer EMT-B

HVVFC is seeking Pennsylvania Certified EMT-B's. If you are not certified but interested in becoming a EMT we can provide schooling for you.

Dedication and availability. A heart to serve your community.

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

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

Interior Firefighter, Exterior Firefighter, Junior Firefighter, Emergency Medical Technician, Fire Police (Traffic Control, Crowd Control) Scene Assistant ( Brings water, and other refreshments as needed), Firehouse Assistant (Helps clean and stock trucks

Respond to Emergency Calls, Do Company Level Training and State Level Training. Much More Will Be Explained During Application and Interview Process.

Want to be a firefighter or EMT. We Will Train You.

Fire Fighter

Help needed with fire fighters and medical, also with Fundraising and administrative duties.

For Fire and EMS we will pay for training

Many openings

The FFD has varied volunteer positions: Interior or Exterior Firefighter, Fire Police, Restricted Access Member Program, Administrative, Apparatus Operator, Ambulance Driver, Emergency Medical Technician and Paramedic.

The Fayetteville Fire Department attracts some of our community's finest volunteers. Here is what you should think about as you consider applying: •You will fill out an application, your background will be checked, you will be interviewed by Department representatives and, if recommended, approved by the Village of Fayetteville Board of Trustees. •You will be required to attend a Department orientation soon after you're acceptance. •You will be asked what area most interests you (fire or EMS) and assigned a mentor who has experience with the Department. •You will be expected to move along in a progression to realize your goals and to develop skills you can use as a Department volunteer. •Though you won't be receiving gear or uniforms until later, upon entry you will be issued a Department T-shirt which will identify you as an active, probationary recruit. •You will be on probation for six months at which point the membership will vote to continue or terminate your membership in the Department. •You should be prepared to spend one to two years taking classes and dedicating time to observing and responding before you will become a fully productive member. EMT classes, apparatus operation classes, and fire fighter classes all take time and intense training. •If you are interested in being an Administrative member you will develop your expectations with your mentor. Being a part of this Department can be a fulfilling personal experience. It takes time and dedication. If you think you have what it takes, contact us today.

Any

Interior Firefighters, Exterior Firefighters, Fire Police, EMT's, Pump Operators

Any Apparatus driving you must have a valid NYS Drivers License and go through EVOC and to drive the Pumper Trucks you must go through an Apparatus Pump Operations class. Along with this you must have in house training hours (which we provide) an 8 hour OSHA class (we provide), and you must have HAZMAT Operation class (will be provided). Everything listed above will be provided by us expect the NYS Drivers License.

Firefighter/ EMT

Our department is always accepting applications for volunteers, if you are up to the challenge and live within the Megargel response area, please contact us for more information.

A person applying for membership must be 18 years of age, who is of good moral character, free from any infirmity which would prevent their performing any duties assigned. 2: Valid drivers license 3: Clear criminal history and driving status 4: High school diploma or GED

Firefighter

Volunteer with a great company in a growing bustling Township on the border of Philadelphia

Will train

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.

Member

Become a member of our organization to serve your community.

A heart for service and a willingness to help outlets.

Shenandoah County Fire and Rescue

Have you ever wanted to be a firefighter or an EMT? Just lend a helping hand to your everyday hero? We invite you to join one of our 12 departments. We are always looking for people interested in volunteering their time to help their community. We are currently accepting volunteer applications for: Strasburg Rescue Squad Strasburg Fire Department Star Tannery Fire Department Toms Brook Fire Department Woodstock Fire Department Woodstock Rescue Squad Fort Valley Fire Department Conicville Fire Department Edinburg Fire and Rescue Mt. Jackson Rescue and Fire Orkney Springs Fire and Rescue New Market Fire and Rescue

Applicants must be: 16 and over Friendly Willing to train

Fireboat Captain

Smith Mountain Lake Marine Volunteer Fire Rescue operates a fleet of nine fireboats protecting the lives and property of the residents and visitors to Smith Mountain Lake in Southwest Virginia. We are a multi-jurisdictional agency supporting three counties which border the lake; Bedford County, Franklin County and Pittsylvania County.

Smith Mountain Lake Marine Volunteer Fire Rescue is looking for firefighters, boat operators and support personnel to respond to calls, support public service events and help with recruitment and fundraising. We are a 501.c.3 organization funded by community donations. We have no paid positions. Our fleet of fireboats and firefighting equipment are ISO rated and are maintained ready to respond to fires, boating accidents, watercraft rescues, injury accidents and many other lake-related activities. Experience is preferred, but not required. We will train you in boat operations and other aspects of Department operations.

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

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.

Volunteer Firefighter/EMS Provider

Primary Role(s): Structural Firefighter and/or EMS Provider Potential Secondary Roles: Wildland Firefighter, Technical Rescue Specialist, Hazmat Technician

- High School Diploma or GED - Valid Colorado Driver's License - Pass criminal background check - Pass medical physical

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.

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).

Volunteer Members

Seeking members to fill some vacant positions, we are looking for members that live in the Arpin, WI area. Our bylaws do not require residency with the exception of the Fire Chief and Deputy Fire Chief. However, members should live in reasonable response of the fire station. Typically ten -twelve miles as "a bird flies" of the village of Arpin is goal that has been used in the past. 1. What is the approximate population of the area that you serve? The Arpin Volunteer Fire Department primary response area is the village and township of Arpin. This is approximately 1998 residents that reside within those borders. In addition, our department is part of the MABAS system for automatic mutual aid for neighboring townships. The department is on first box alarm for ten townships and 2nd alarm for six additional townships in Wood, Marathon and Portage Counties 2. What is the approximate size of the area that you service? Township and Village of Arpin equal 36 square miles. 1st alarm MABAS additional 120 square miles, 2nd alarm MABAS additional 180 square miles and 3rd and 4th alarms areas up to another 80 square miles. As you can see our small volunteer department provides resources to large area. Some years number of fire calls can be as high as 60 calls and this does not include EMS. 3. Is your department volunteer or full time? Volunteer 4. What is the size of your department? Our department currently has (1) 2006 Rothbauer 6 man cab 1250 GPM fire engine with 1000 gallon water tank engine (2) 2009 International 2400 Gallon tankers one of these is equipped with Darley 750 GPM pump, (1) 1993 Ford Pierce 1250 GPM Fire Engine with 1000 gallon tank, (1) 2005 Chevy 6500 Rescue truck, (1) Portable Air cascade/Equipment Trailer, (1) 2008 F - 550 Ford Crew Cab Brush truck with 250 GPM pump and 200 gallon tank (1) 2005 Polaris Ranger with Trailer set up for wild land firefighting. Current fire Station is 40’ x 80’ building with 40’ x 40' addition, under this addition there is a 56,000 gallon cistern that is used as a water source for calls in the village. In addition, there is a general meeting room, storage /laundry room, office, restroom and kitchenette. a. Number of Firefighters:26 b. Number of EMT’s : 5 c. Number of First Responders: 8 5. Please describe how the following services are provided by your department: a. Fire/Ambulance/First Responders: Our department is responsible for all fire and first responder calls in the village and township of Arpin. The Ambulance provider for our area is Pittsville Fire and EMS Company. In addition, our department is on automatic 1st alarm through the MABAS system for many of the surrounding townships for fire calls. b. Inspections: Our department conducts fire safety and prevention inspections of all businesses at least twice a year. We have four members that have attended the state mandated training. If any issues are discovered during any inspection, if the issue cannot be resolved right away then a follow-up inspection is scheduled within two weeks to ensure that all issues have been corrected to ensure public safety. c. School/ Community Education: Our department provides public safety education at the local grade schools in the local area. In addition, have annual open house at the fire station each spring in conjunction with Easter egg hunt as part of joint effort with Arpin Advancement Association.. The department is proactive in the fire prevention education, was recently awarded the “Fired up for Fire Safety” award by the Marshfield area chamber of commerce in 2015 for the outstanding fire prevention program efforts put on during fire prevention week in 2015. The department also provides training demonstrations at local high school annually these range from farm accidents, auto accidents to help make teens aware of the dangers that they face when working around this equipment or driving. The fire department provides medical and fire support for the annual Arpin Truck and Tractor pull held in August by the Arpin Advancement. They also provide medical support for the Arpin Lions annual Softball Tourneys held in Spring and Fall. The department hosts open house in conjunction with the annual Christmas holiday Parade. And has annual fund raisers such as Fall Sportsman Banquet and Brat Fry to help raise funds for items that normal operation budget is not able to cover annually. Fire Department is very proactive in Farm Rescue programs and provided training along with several other departments at 2018 Wood County Farm Technology Days. Along with other events coordinated by Pittsville Fire Company and Marshfield Clinic

All applicants must pass the criminal background check for State of WI. Valid Drivers License Must be 18 years of Age State of WI Entry Level Firefighter training, Healthcare Provider CPR will be offered to all new recruits. In addition anyone that is looking to be involved in EMS will have opportunity to complete EMR or EMT - Basic through the fire department. The department offers paid tuition for required courses and may offer funding for optional courses with prior approval by fire chief. Fire Department offers that has state matching funds for "Length of Service award" for all members that qualify Members receive small amount of wages considered reimbursement for response to incidents, and attending monthly training. Monthly Business meetings are typically held second Tuesday of the month at 7:00 p.m. with the exception of Federal Holidays when it would be held week prior or after. Monthly Fire and EMS training Sessions are held throughout the year. There is several opportunities to attend other training, work sessions. The process to apply has changed as of spring 2018, all those interested in membership must contact the Fire Chief or Deputy Fire Chief to obtain a formal approved application. Key leadership of the Fire Department Phone numbers are posted on the outside of the fire station located at 8090 Church Road Arpin, WI or you may send email of general interest to: arpinvfd@gmail.com or private message on department Facebook page which is monitored by officers of the department. Anyone interested in applying is always welcome and highly encouraged to attend a meeting prior to submitting application to get a brief introduction of the members and department. Once this application is received it will be reviewed by the Arpin Fire Commission for approval or disapproval. Typically the approval process can take several weeks, as background investigation will be completed if candidate meets the requirements for membership.

Volunteer Firefighter

Work involves training for and participating in duties of protecting life and property through the performance of firefighting and emergency medical service activities. Volunteer Firefighters are required to learn and participate in the operation of apparatus and the performance of hazardous task under emergency conditions which may require strenuous exertion under such handicaps as smoke, fire, heat and cramped surroundings. Although firefighting and emergency medical services work constitutes the primary and most difficult and responsible areas of work, the volunteer is also required to drill at least twice a month for two hours. These drills consist of practice sessions dealing with various aspects of firefighting, rescue, hazardous materials awareness, and emergency medical work. Time spent at the station may consist of studying, custodial care and a wide variety of maintenance of departmental facilities, apparatus and equipment. Work is usually performed in accordance with explicit instructions and well defined procedures, however, performance of the work requires initiative and the exercise of independent judgment. Work is performed under the general supervision of a lieutenant or Captain.

-Age 18 or older. -Clean driving record. -Ability to complete basic introductory firefighter courses (Arkansas Fire Training Academy Introduction to Firefighting, Personal Protective Equipment, American Heart Association BLS for Healthcate Provider)

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

Firefighters

We are always interested in new members that wish to serve the community

I desire to serve the community and training will be provided to you at no cost

Firefighter

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.

Volunteer Fire Fighter, Support

Volunteer fire fighter will serve their communities by responding to fires (structure and grass) and other emergencies. We run with the 2 local ambulance services on medical calls.

Good physical condition, valid drivers license, willingness to learn.

Jr Firefighter

The Goldendale Fire Department provides fire protection for the Citizens of the City of Goldendale and our guest. The Junior Firefighter program is designed to introduce high school student age students to firefighting.

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 aubject to change/cancelation).

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

Firefighters

Seeking firefighters and junior firefighters for active roles in Defender Hose 1 of the The Rockville Centre Fire Department. This opportunity will include training in all aspects of firefighting including camaraderie, leadership building and tuition reimbursement opportunities. This is a unique opportunity to help serve your community and your friends and family in time of need. We are located @ 39 South Centre Ave Rockville Centre NY, 11570 Come down Thursday night and Sunday mornings to meet out team.

Good health, good attitude, willing to train,

Call Firefighter

Huntington Fire is paid-on-call department serving the town of Huntington as primary, and mutual aide for the towns of Russell, Chester, Worthington, Montgomery, Westhampton, and Blandford.

Huntington Fire is looking for willing and able Huntington residents that are ready to answer the call. You must be a resident of Huntington Massachusetts. You must be 18 years of age to participate in interior firefighting operations. You will become CPR & AED certified. You will become First Responder certified. If you attend the academy you will become FF1 & FF2 certified. We meet every Thursday at our Station 1 for meetings or drills. Come see what we are about.

Volunteer

The men and women of this Fire Department take pride in our department and the Village of Llewellyn & all of Branch Township. We work hard to serve, protect, and help maintain a high quality of life for everyone who lives, works and visits our Township. The members of the Good Intent Hose Co. No. 1 will always seek to perform to the highest standards, continuing to educate ourselves and the public, and lead the way in Rescue, Fire Protection and Community Services.

Willing to learn and help with fundraising or emergency response.

Firefighter or EMS

Would you like to help out your community by responding to medicals or fires? We need your help in our fire department to respond to a variety of medicals, fires, mva's and rescues.

18 and over. Willing to commit the time necessary to train and become certified in FF1 and or EMS. Willing to respond to a variety of calls once trained.

Volunteer Member

The West Grove Fire Company is a volunteer organization that is supplemented by career staff for our EMS and Fire operations and we welcome and encourage new volunteer members. If you would like to pick up an application in person stop by one of our fire stations either in West Grove, New London or in London Britain twp, visit www.wgfc.org for directions. We meet Monday evenings at 6:30 pm for training and on the 2nd Wednesday of every month at 7 pm at our West Grove station for our business meetings. If you see someone at the firehouse feel free to stop in anytime. Even if you do not have interest in responding to ambulance or fire calls, there are a number of roles for which we need assistance, including building maintenance, public relations, community education, vehicle maintenance, bookkeeping, fundraising, etc. We welcome all kinds of people to membership -- this is your community fire company and it needs volunteers to make it successful.

Willingness to volunteer.

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.

Firefighter

Seeking individuals 18 years of age and older interested in serving their community by volunteering, without compensation, their time to become trained to suppress fires, help with fundraising activities to financially support the fire station, and assist with fire safety and prevention activities. The department also has a junior firefighter program which encourages individuals 15 to 17 years of age to become interested in the fire service. The program allows juniors to participate in most department functions to include training and response to emergency calls for service.

The department provides all training and equipment necessary at no cost to the firefighter. All new recruit firefighters are required to compete the following training within their first year of membership: 16 Introduction to the Fire Service Course, 64 Hour Basic Firefighting Course, 8 hours Live Fire Training, and a 8 hour Emergency Vehicle Operators Course consisting of classroom instruction and practical driving exam. Firefighters are also required to participate in the department's on-going training program that requires each firefighter to attend (two) 2 hour training sessions per month. The department could also use volunteers who would be willing to serve as drivers of apparatus only.

Firefighter or EMT

Volunteer Firefighter or Volunteer EMT

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

Volunteer Firefighter

The Cockrell Hill Fire Department is currently looking for Volunteer Firefighters. We are looking for committed individuals who would like to help out the citizens of the city when they are in need. Do you think you have what it takes? *Training will be provided*

High School Diploma No previous experience necessary Previous EMS experience preferred Previous Firefighting experience preferred Must be able to commit at least 40 hours a month No history of felonies No history of family violence Misdemeanors will be looked at on a case by case basis

Volunteer EMT, FireFighters and Administrative Positions Open

Cabin John Park is looking for dedicated Volunteers to serve our community. Please check our website for details.

No experience required- all training is provided!

Firefighter, EMT's

Looking for motivated individuals to assist serving their community with a group of dynamic volunteers.

High school diploma or equivalent.

Firefighter Recruit

Stafford Volunteer Fireman's Association has been serving the County of Stafford, VA since 1962. We are a highly motivated and dedicated organization that is looking for new membera to help us move into a brighter future. We currently provide all training

-Must pass a medical/ physical -Must pass a background check and be cleared through the County Government

Volunteer Firefighter

Terre Du Lac Fire and Rescue is seeking individuals who want to help serve the community in which they live in more. We are seeking applicants for Firefighter, Support Staff, Fundraisers, along with other opportunities. You don't have to run into a fire to volunteer, there are plenty of positions and duties that fit most peoples' experience or interest level. Come join the tradition and camaraderie that can only be found in the fire Service. We offer free training, per call stipend, equipment and much more. We look forward to hearing from you.

High School diploma (except applying for explorers program) Clean driving record No felony convictions in the past 10 years Willingness to serve

Firefighter / EMT

In addition to the following, performs other related duties as required. Under direction, performs fire prevention, suppression, and rescue activities; performs emergency or other medical care functions; cleans, repairs, and maintains facility and equipment; prepares records and reports; performs public relations activities.

Valid Ohio driver's license, 18 years of age or older, and a high school diploma or GED.

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

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.

Firefighter, Emergency Medical Technician, Paramedic

The Morningside Volunteer Fire Department (MVFD) is looking for members. MVFD is a 100% volunteer fire department that operates 24/7. We have openings for Firefighters, Emergency Medical Technicians (EMT's) and Paramedics. Experience in the fire industry is not required. We provide training for you which include access to multiple higher education facilities with fully accredited fire science and paramedic programs. If you love adventure and love to serve a community, MVFD is the place for you! In addition, we have an excellent retirement plan. That's right, after 25 years, you can receive an annuity for volunteering and serving the community. Live out of the State of Maryland? This is not a problem. We also have a Live-in Program with private rooms, Free internet and WiFi, full kitchen and laundry facilities, and access to the Metro including the bus and the Green line. MVFD is a family who cares about each other just as for the community.

*Must be able to Pass a Prince George's County Fire/EMS Department physical to be an operations member. * Must be able to Pass a Background Check * A driver's license is needed to operate an apparatus. *Time requirements: - Full member/non Live-in member: serves 32 hours per month - Live-in member: serves a minimum of 40 hours during the week and 12 hours on the weekend. * Minimum age 16, with parental authorization.

Volunteer EMT/Firefighters

Train and provide EMS/Fire fighting activities

Will provide training. Unless already trained.

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.

Sesser Fire Protection District

The Sesser Fire Protection District is looking for people interested in becoming a firefighter and/or a emergency medical responder.

Must be eighteen years of age, live within the fire district and pass a criminal back ground check. Illinois state fire certifications and emergency medical licenses are not required (we will train to these levels} but a plus.

Firefighter Recruit

Basic firefighter emt/ paramedic Apparatus driver Support

No experience needed.

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.

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

Under supervision, responds to fire alarms; occasionally drives fire apparatus; participates in fire prevention, inspections, station maintenance and training activities; acts as a first responder to emergency medical and accident calls; performs related work required. A firefighter is responsible for performing hazardous tasks under emergency conditions. The work in this class demands heavy physical labor for periods of various duration under hazardous conditions and all weather conditions. The work requires adherence to departmental rules and regulations. Receives and accepts assignments made by supervisors of specific tasks and indicate methods and procedures to be followed. Assignments may be made through either oral or written instructions. The work is closely inspected in process and upon completion.

Acceptance Experience and Training: 18 years of age High School diploma or equivalent Special Requirements: Valid Driver License Ability to obtain Illinois Class B driver license or equivalent Basic Firefighter Certification within 2 years Hazardou

Firefighter/EMT

Individual will respond to fire and rescue events within the boundaries of Multnomah County RFPD#14. The department responded to almost 500 calls in 2016 in an area of about of 40 square miles. Firefighters are expected to respond to 20% of the calls at their home station, participate in Monday night drills, help with fire department functions, and work well with others in a team environment.

Live in the Fire District, be 18 years old, hold a valid driver's license, fill out an application,pass a physical agility test, and pass an oral interview.

Volunteer Fire Fighters and EMT's needed for both of our stations.

Volunteers are on call by use of pagers. They respond directly to emergency scenes or to their closest station. Residency is required to be in District or living in any connecting city, township, or Village. Duty shift volunteers have no residency restrictions, however, they are not on call for emergencies and will not be issued a pager. Duty shift volunteers schedule themselves to work a minimum of 24 hours a month at either of the stations. They may be called in the event of a large incident. Operators are on call and trained to take over pump operations at emergency scenes. They are responsible for maintaining proper water flow and supply. Dispatchers are on call and respond to the station as needed. They operate the radio and phones as well as log radio traffic.

20 years of age or older. Pass a physical Pass drug test Pass back ground check

Firefighter EMT

The Town of Granite Falls Fire Department provides fire protection, Basic life support and Rescue services within the Town of Granite Falls and a surrounding rural district. The Fire Department is considered and combination department. We have full-time staff that is supported by volunteers. The Fire Department also provides an Explorer Program for ages 14-18. We are always looking for volunteers to assist the Town in Fire Protection, Basic Life Support (EMT-B) and Rescue Services.

We require a valid driver’s license for recruitment for ages 18 and older. The Explorer program is for ages 14-18.

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

Fundraising Assistant

Assist with the planning and execution of fundraising events and campaigns. To apply or for additional information visit us on the web at http://bxrvfd2.org/join-us.html

No experience is necessary. Must have strong organizational skills and strong interpersonal skills, with the ability to work with diverse populations and the ability to work as part of a team. Commitment of at least 1 year. Requires time commitment of approximately 8 to 20 hours per month and attendance to meetings, conferences and other functions. Flexible schedule and most duties can be performed from home or virtual environment.

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.

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/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.

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.

Volunteer Firefighter

The Folger Hook & Ladder Company of the City of Geneva Volunteer Fire Department welcomes new members. Volunteer firefighters fulfill a wide-range of roles in the City's combination department (18 career FFs and more than 50 active volunteers) depending on their level of interest, training and skill sets. Roles range from interior firefighters to exterior firefighters to support staff. New members are urgently needed to keep up with the ever-growing volume of emergency response calls.

No previous experience is necessary. Successful applicants must complete an arson background check via the Chief of Department Mike Combs.

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 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

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.

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 Firefighters

The Union Fire District of South Kingstown is always seeking qualified candidates to join our progressive volunteer fire departments. We provide unprecedented training opportunities and are fortunate to have our own training grounds, including a Class A Burn building, training tower, roof simulator props and much more. Should you have any additional questions, please reach out to us at: 401.789.8354 or go to our website or Facebook or Twitter accounts.

Sound body and mind, motivated individuals and a clean background check must accompany the Union Fire District application.

Volunteer Firefighter

The Clay City Fire Department is actively seeking individuals to join our team as Volunteer Firefighters. As a member of our organization you will have the opportunity to serve your community in a unique and rewarding way. From special events to fighting fires or working car accidents there are many opportunities for you to interact with and serve others. This is a great opportunity for those 18 or older who plan on becoming a career Firefighter or just wants to give back. We'd love to have you come serve with us.

18 years of age or older Clean Criminal Background Drug Free

Volunteer Firefighter

As Chief of the Eggertsville Hose Company, I am committed to providing the most effective and efficient fire, rescue and emergency medical service delivery system to our community. You will find that participation as a volunteer firefighter with our organization 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 that has the potential to touch us all. However, service as a member of our fire company requires a serious commitment. Your decision to join our organization should not be made hastily. This guide has been developed to provide the information you need to make an effective decision that is right for you and us. Once you understand what’s involved in being an Eggertsville volunteer firefighter, we hope that you are able to make the commitment we need. The service provided by our volunteers is truly valuable to the citizens, businesses and visitors of our community. We hope that you are able to contribute to our community’s public safety. Thank you in advance for your consideration. Please do not hesitate to contact me should you have any questions or require further information. Sincerely, Chief Multerer

Although no previous experience or training is required, you need more than just a desire to help people. You also need courage and dedication, assertiveness, and a willingness to learn new skills and face new challenges. Our service is one that calls on its members to perform hot, sweaty, dirty, strenuous work, often in uncertain and hazardous environments. Our volunteers need to be team players, respecting each other’s role and contributions. You need to be able to work on-call and to deal with occasional interruptions to your lifestyle, dropping what you’re doing at the ‘sound of the bell’ to respond to the emergency needs of your fellow citizen. A new recruit can expect to spend between 5-10 hours each week on fire company business. This entails meetings, training, emergency responses and other miscellaneous activities. Some weeks will be more and other weeks much less. The days of the week or times may vary depending on the level of activity. However, most regularly scheduled events occur on Wednesday evenings. We’ve listed a lot of the benefits you can expect from us, and in return there are certain objectives we expect you to meet: TO APPLY: You must be at least 16 years of age to apply. A statement of parental or guardian consent must accompany an application from anyone under the age of 18 years. You must be a citizen of the United States. You must be physically, intellectually and emotionally capable of performing the duties according to your area of assignment. You must reside within the Eggertsville Fire District. You must have no record of felony convictions. You must successfully pass an OSHA Physical examination conducted by our medical provider and paid for by the fire district. New members will be considered on probation for a minimum period of one year. After this probationary period, the member will be recommended for continued service or terminated at that time. Removal from probationary status requires that the aforementioned requirements be fulfilled along with the probationary requirements of their membership classification. All members must attend 50% of all regular monthly business meetings (6 per year) held on the first Monday of every month, and all special meetings unless excused. All personnel are responsible for assisting in the fund-raising efforts of the organization. Failure to complete the minimum requirements can result in termination of membership. New Firefighters must complete a NYS Firefighter I course within one to two years of acceptance into membership. Probationary firefighters will not be allowed to attend any other courses prior to completion of the Firefighter I course. New Firefighters must attend at least 12 regularly scheduled or special drills (Training) during the one-year probation period. Regular drills are scheduled on Wednesdays. New Firefighters must complete a NYS Certified EMT or First Responder course to be accepted into full membership. Active Firefighters must respond to 15% of the total Fire/EMS calls per year. New Firefighters must serve a period on the house committee/kitchen crew

Firefighter

Help protect the public in emergency situations. Respond to a wide variety of calls, such as car crashes, chemical spills, flooding, water rescue and general rescue as well as fires.

Live within Rockland county. Must be at least 16 years of age with parental consent.

QRS Responders

Persons are need to assist in answering our ever growing number of EMS calls.

PA EMR or EMT preferred, but we will pay for PA Dept. of Health certification up to EMT-B level.

Firefighter, EMT, Support Personnel

We accept applications for membership every Monday night. Our department will provide training and there are many training opportunities throughout the region in several community colleges. Our department hosts classes taught by certified instructors that are associated with Lenior Community College in Kinston, NC. Please visit our website for more information: www.wfvfr.com

To be an adult member, one must be 18 years of age. We also have a thriving Junior Firefighter program for which one must be 12 years of age to join.

Firefighter / Emergency Responder (Volunteer) Ogden Dunes, Indiana

The Ogden Dunes Volunteer Fire Department serving the Town of Ogden Dunes, Porter County, Indiana on the southern shore of Lake Michigan is seeking members to serve as emergency responders as Firefighter, Emergency Medical Responder (EMR), and/or Emergency Medical Technician (EMT) roles. Successfully complete Indiana Firefighter and EMS training and education program; and respond to alarms, emergency responses and requests for assistance. Fire-Rescue/EMR training is provided FREE to members.

Eighteen (18) years old (at completion of training) Reside or work within nine (9) driving miles / seven (7) mile radius of Ogden Dunes, Indiana Complete Indiana firefighter training program Participate in Fire Department responses, training and activities

Firefighter, EMT or Junior firefighter

***DO NOT APPLY ON THIS SITE! PLEASE VISIT GREENLAWNFD.ORG AND CLICK ON "JOIN THE GFD" TO APPLY*** THANK YOU! -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- When you join the GFD you serve a minimum of one year as a Probationary Firefighter or “Probie” as they are affectionately known. During that time our Fire/Rescue Probies must successfully complete a nationally recognized firefighter training course provided by the Suffolk County Fire Academy. The course, which consists of 110 hours of classroom and hands-on training and evaluation, followed by a written examination, is but one requirement needed to become a Greenlawn Firefighter. Additionally, our members attend over 150 hours of in-house training provided by our department Chiefs and Officers. They attend 30 department/company meetings with associated training during their first year, and must also become certified in CPR, the use of Automatic External Defibrillators, Hazardous Materials Awareness, the use of Self Contained Breathing Apparatus and much more. Additionally, those who join the department, but do not wish to be firefighters may choose to become “Rescue Only” members. These members undergo the same intense level of training as our Fire/Rescue Probies except with an EMS focus. Their in-house training consists largely of medical response techniques and procedures. And, these Probies do not have to complete the County’s firefighter training and obtain the associated certifications. In place of that training, however, they must attend the 140-hour New York State Basic Emergency Medical Technician course and successfully complete practical and written exams to achieve their NY State certification. ***DO NOT APPLY ON THIS SITE! PLEASE VISIT GREENLAWNFD.ORG AND CLICK ON "JOIN THE GFD" TO APPLY. THANK YOU!*** --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

***DO NOT APPLY ON THIS SITE! PLEASE VISIT GREENLAWNFD.ORG AND CLICK ON "JOIN THE GFD" TO APPLY*** THANK YOU! -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Maintain a minimum of 80% attendance of weekly (Sunday) morning training's for 1 year. Maintain 10% of alarms for 1 year (roughly 200 calls for the year), after probation that 10% drops to 7% ! If attending school, commute, live locally and satisfy the above requirements. ***DO NOT APPLY ON THIS SITE! PLEASE VISIT GREENLAWNFD.ORG AND CLICK ON "JOIN THE GFD" TO APPLY*** THANK YOU! --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

Firefighter, EMT

As a member of the Valley Stream Fire Department, you will: Work side-by-side with volunteers like yourself, who have chosen to give of themselves to help protect their community. Get the satisfaction that comes from knowing you have saved a life or come to the aid of a neighbor when they needed you most. Become a member of the fire service family and make friends with men and women of all ages and walks of life while performing an important community service. Be looked to as the one your family, friends and neighbors can turn to in an emergency.

Here’s all it takes to make a real difference in Valley Stream Today! You need to be: In 18 years or older In good physical health Of sound moral character You Should be: Caring & community minded A team player The type of person who enjoys a challenge, likes to learn & acquire new skills Benefits: Free equipment, Free training Make new community friendships Member & family social events Certain property tax reductions FREE College Tuition Sponsored by Nassau County

Volunteer Firefighter

This is an entry level volunteer fire fighter position. We accept anyone looking to help their community or be a part of something greater then themselves! There is no fee to join and all training and equipment are provided for you at no cost to you!

A willingness to help, a good work ethic, the desire to learn, a good sense of humor, and the ability to think on your feet.

Junior Firefighter

The East Freehold Fire Company is looking for Junior Firefighters who want to make a difference in their community. This program will guide and teach our members the science of firefighting in anticipation of becoming certified firefighters upon turning 18 years old. As a junior member, education is a priority. School grade must be kept up to par of the member's parents. Junior firefighters are allowed to answer fire calls (in accordance with the Stat of New Jersey Child Labor Laws), attend Junior Firefighter drills and meetings, partake in free company related drills and activities, and much more. Our Junior Firefighter program is overseen by Lieutenant Thomas Coniglio and a number of active firefighters within the company. There is one monthly meeting among the juniors as well as exclusive drills and training which vary based on scheduling and availability. Once a month, the junior members will attend the Junior Night at the Monmouth County Fire Academy where they will not only learn new tactics and hone their skills, but they will be introduced to and work hand in hand with their future instructors who will be certifying them as firefighters. Junior firefighters will be given bunker gear (boots, turnout coat and pants, gloves, nomex hood, and helmet) and a company uniform to be worn at the discretion of the fire company line officers.

AT LEAST 16 years old Satisfactory school grades (at parents discretion) Physician statement attesting to health will not preclude member from participating in Junior Firefighter activities.

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

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

Firefighter and/or EMT

The North Amherst Fire Company is looking for firefighters and/or EMTs to fill the ranks. Firefighters must live in district or an adjacent surrounding district to be eligible for appointment. No prior experience is necessary, we provide access to training at no cost to you! 2 membership options are available: Firefighter membership or EMS membership.Please contact us via this posting and/or leave a message with any questions/concerns about the company and/or its membership requirements at (716) 691-7131.

No requirements are necessary to join, all training is provided by the fire company.

Firefighter

The Kearney Volunteer Fire Department is looking for individuals who want to give back to their community. As a member you would respond to fires, rescues, vehicle accidents, hazardous materials events, and natural disasters. Operate and perform routine maintenance on various fire and rescue equipment. Assist with fire prevention, station maintenance and general housekeeping duties.

- Completed Application - A United States Citizen - A legal resident of the KVFD District - Live within 5 miles of the city limits of Kearney or Riverdale - Possess a valid Nebraska Driver’s License - Driver’s Abstract History is reasonably clean - At least 19 years of age - High School Diploma or GED - Possess good moral character that will be verified thorough a background check - The ability to communicate effectively both orally and in writing for safety and operational purposes

Firefighter

Looking for a men and women to join our department and be part of a great team. We are looking for people that want to be firefighter and are willing to do the job without getting paid. We do not have any residency requirements. We will also provide the training you need to become a firefighter. Our department is one of the busiest Vol Departments in our area and we do not run EMS. If you our thinking about becoming a firefighter please contact us for information on how to join our great department.

High school diploma or GED Clean background(felonies) 18 or older Valid drivers license

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.

Volunteer -- many opportunities available

Whether you wish to become first responder or department supporter, we would like to hear from you! We offer free training for those wishing to assist on scene, and welcome the opportunity to discuss where your skill set will best fit the department needs. A certification course will be starting the end of March 2018. Our monthly meetings are the first Tuesday of every month, unless otherwise specified on our Facebook page.

Some certifications required to perform certain tasks, we will train as needed at no cost to you. All ages and backgrounds encouraged to reach out and see how you can help us serve the community. A background check is completed on all applicants.

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

CFD is looking to hire paid on call firefighters ready to join our emergency response team.

CFD is looking to hire and provide training (120 hours approx) to the right individual. Members must reside in the City or Township territory CFD protects.

Volunteer Firefighter / EMT / Support Staff

We are looking for driven individuals to fill the positions of Firefighter, EMT, and Support Staff. Duties include responding to emergency calls and aiding the public. As well as participating in Department maintenance and fundraising. If you feel like you would be a good fit for any of these positions please give us a call.

Drive to help and serve your community in time of need. Clean Felony Record. EMR and CPR prefered but not required on application.

Firefighter

The Wiggins Fire Department is a joint department serving Wiggins, MS and the surrounding communities in Stone County. We have a very diverse volunteer family ranging from a pharmacist, an engineer and many business owners. We are currently seeking individuals whom are interested in becoming a volunteer firefighter and serving Stone County.

Come by our Station and fill out an application and meet us. We do require attendance to monthly meetings to get to know you. After that we vote on new members and get you started.

Firefighter or Fire Police

We are looking for more Firefighters, (interior or exterior) and fire police who assist in traffic control. Stop in any Tuesday night between 6pm and 7pm to pick up an application.

Must be atleast 18 years old, must live in the town of Kingsbury

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

Fire suppression, fund raisers,

Must be at least 14 years of age. If 18 and older must have a state police and child abuse back ground clearance

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

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I would trained hard

Firefighter, EMT

The Roxana Volunteer Fire Company is looking for interested and motivated individuals to serve as an Active Volunteer Firefighter or Active Volunteer EMT with our Department. No experience needed & Training is FREE!!

Ability to Provide a background check, All Training Will Be Provided Free of Charge.

Volunteer Firefighter / Fire Police

Seeking dedicated, community minded individual for essential community service. All training, uniforms, and many perks included. Must be willing to attend Firefighter I or Basic Fire Police course.

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 RVFC, 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 RVFC 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.

VOL. Firefighter for the town of Essex CT.

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. The Volunteer Firefighter/Emergency Medical Technician 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 State of CT EMR. • 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 medical services, fire equipment, and apparatus, and other classes associated with recognized firefighter and EMT standards. • Learn and apply technical information pertaining to fire fighting.. • Assist in conducting fire-safety education classes. • 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/EMT/Scene Support Personnel

Need interior firefighters, EMT's and personnel to staff Emergency Scene Support Unit to provide re-hab services to on-scene personnel.

At least 16 years of age and willing to attend necessary training courses.

Firefighter

Wayne Fire Company #1 is looking for new members ages 16+ that wish to volunteer as firefighters! We are actively recruiting and offer numerous benefits to firefighters that end up joining through township programs! Possible applicants must reside in Wayne Township NJ or an immediately bordering town to be eligible to join! Wayne Fire Company #1 has an active Junior Firefighter Program for ages 16 and 17 as well as a probationary firefighter program for those 18+.

Pass Medical Test Pass Police Background Check Ages 16+ Must be a Wayne NJ Resident or resident of IMMEDIATELY bordering township

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

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.

BLS EMT

Need experienced EMTs to join our all volunteer BLS ambulance service here in sunny Florida. Our community is a retirement community, so the vast majority of our patients are seniors.

Current CPR certification from AHA and Florida EMT license.

Firefighters, EMTs, recruits

Be a hero to your community and Volunteer. The Dumfries Triangle Volunteer Fire Department has immediate openings for Firefighters, Emergency Medical Technicians, and recruits. Uniforms and training provided free of charge. Technical training recognized throughout the country (Pro-Board) in Engine company, Heavy Tactical Rescue, and Emergency Medical operations is available. Mid sized department in Northern Virginia. Live in opportunity (after successful training completion) is available. Property tax relief is available for active members

Clean criminal record, (background checks include fingerprints), Must pass medical examination and OSHA proscribed fit and mask tests. Will be assigned to a duty crew upon completion of entry requirements and will be assigned to a training academy or EMT class at earliest availability

Firefighter and Support Members

Granville Volunteer Fire Department is always looking for members to be part of a proud team, our meetings are the second Sunday of each month at 18:30 hours join up to serve your Community either as a support member or a Firefighter, to be a firefighter the fire department will send you to class that fits your schedule to get your certification, once you get your certification and six months probation in, you will be placed on the PAID ON CALL list, which means all calls in the town of Granville you get 20$ call out and 10$ an hour until the officer in charge releases you. Become a proud member of the Granville Volunteer Fire Department. Or call for information. 304-599-5190

Firefighter One

Volunteer Fire Fighter/First Responder/EMT

Volunteer

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

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

All positions

Eldred Borough Volunteer Fire Department is looking for volunteers. Your department needs neighbors like you to staff and support the ambulance and fire department. If you are 16 or older there are opportunities for you to become a hero to your community.

*Must be 16 yrs. or older for junior fire fighting *18 yrs. or older for ambulance positions and fire fighting

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.

Volunteer

Who Are Professional Volunteer Firefighters ? They are people like you - men and women of all ages and careers. They are students, police officers, career firefighters, accountants, doctors, business owners, teachers, mechanics and postal workers. They are people from all walks of life. They are people who will leave their homes and families on a moments notice to fight the menace of fire or to assist at the scene of an accident. Why Should You Volunteer ? Have you ever wondered about the sadness and horror a family goes through as they stand on their front lawn watching fire begin to destroy everything they own. Imagine the feeling they have as they hear the sirens of the approaching fire trucks, knowing that their friends, neighbors and members of the community are coming to their aid. Now imagine that same family, only this time there are no wailing sirens, no trucks and all of their possessions are gone forever. The Flint-Gresham Volunteer Fire Department was formed in 1964. We service the share the southern boundary with the City of Tyler and service a rapidly growing community.

Applicants must be at least 18 years of age and in good physical condition. You must be able to pass a physical exam, drug screening and a physical agility test. In addition, you will be required to submit to a criminal background check. These exams are given AT NO COST TO THE APPLICANT. Upon acceptance, the new member will spend the first 6 months as a probationary member, attending regular meetings and training sessions in order to learn the basics of fire fighting. This training is provided at no cost to the member. Upon completion of the basic required courses, the member will be eligible to receive further training in such fire related qualifications as SFFMA Introductory Firefighter, Firefighter I, Firefighter II, Confined Space & Technical Rescue, HazMat, Rapid Intervention, and CPR / AED, just to name a few. Our training is extensive and ongoing. In addition to training, members participate in various drills each month. NOTE THAT IF YOU HAVE PRIOR FIRE FIGHTER EXPERIENCE, SOME OR ALL OF THE TRAINING REQUIREMENTS MAY BE WAIVED IF YOU HAVE ALREADY TAKEN THE REQUIRED COURSES.

Firefighter

Are you interested in an exciting way to help your community? We're Hiring uncertified interested individuals to become Firefighter 1 certified volunteers. Help us protect our neighbors Become a Florida certified Firefighter level 1. In doing so you become CPR certified, First Responder certified, take an Emergency Vehicle Operations Course, Hazmat training, and many more specialized courses. ... For FREE Are you interested in pursuing a career as a firefighter, EMT or paramedic? By completing our FREE firefighter 1 training you're part of the way there. Gain some experience and keep your certificate active with us while you pursue further training. Primary Responsibilities: Respond to emergency and non emergency calls for service. To include motor vehicle accidents, medical calls, wildland fires, residential fires and alarms, downed power lines, roadway obstructions, and much more. Requirements: Be at least 18 Be a resident of Glades County Valid driver's license Drug free Capable of working in a team or independently Willingness to complete FREE training both classroom and practical that is offered on a shift friendly schedule Certifications Required: All certifications and equipment are provided at no cost MESSAGE THE PAGE FOR MORE INFO TODAY!

Be at least 18 Be a resident of Glades County Valid driver's license Drug free Capable of working in a team or independently Willingness to complete FREE training both classroom and practical that is offered on a shift friendly schedule

Volunteer/Paid Per Call Firefighter

Volunteer Firefighters on the A.C.W.-Unionville Fire Department respond to fires, extrication, and assist EMS with lift assists and CPR. Firefighters get paid a set stipend for attending meetings and get paid an hourly rate for attending runs. Payroll is paid once a year.

Must be 18 Have a diploma or GED Certified or willing to be certified in firefighting through the MFFTC.

Student Resident Volunteer Firefighter

The Moscow Volunteer Fire Department (MVFD) is comprised of three fire stations and approximately 120 volunteer Firefighters, EMTs and Paramedics who serve the community of Moscow and the outlying rural areas. The resident program is two fold: student residents help to maintain an effective volunteer firefighter program by enhancing staffing and improving apparatus response to emergencies, and in turn student residents receive free training, free housing and valuable hands-on experience that helps to prepare individuals for a career in fire and/or EMS services.

MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS  18 years of age  High school graduate or equivalent  Have a valid driver’s license & be insurable by MVFD  Pass a driving & criminal background check  Be enrolled as a full-time (12 credits or more) student for the upcoming school year at local University or Community College. Applications are accepted year-round, but testing and interviews are typically in March and April of each year.

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

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.

Firefighter

Provide fire protection and assist in community events.

Must be at least 16 years old with a desire to learn and give 100% effort.

Exterior & Interior Firefighters, EMT's, Department Support

Come join our team of committed community citizens..We shine with pride! *All members must meet association requirements.. Contact us now, you'll be glad you did :)

Must complete all Federal, State and or Department requirements as outlined...

Volunteer Firefighter

The SBM Fire Department is seeking committed, professional adults to fulfill volunteer firefighter positions at several of our stations. There are immediate openings for both day and night firefighting positions. If you believe you are a hardworking team player – join the trusted few. Firefighting is a unique, challenging, and rewarding way to serve the community and help those in need. No previous experience is necessary All training and equipment will be provided Excellent pension program provided upon retirement If you are over 18 years of age and feel this calling is for you. Please contact Maddison Zikmund at mzikmund@sbmfire.com or 763-767-4003 for more information. Additional resources can be found at our website www.sbmfire.com and www.mnfirehire.com.

18 years of age A valid Drivers License High School Diploma or equivalent Live within a verified response time to 1 of our 4 stations

Volunteer Firefighter

Volunteer Firefighters with the Crosby Volunteer Fire Department respond to a variety of emergency calls for service ranging from motor vehicle accidents, structural fires, vehicle fires, hazardous materials, water rescues, off-road rescues, and many more

All full member applicants must be 18 years of age and out of high school. Must be able to pass a criminal background check and drug screen. The Crosby Fire Department reserves the right to check all references listed on your application. Firefighting

Volunteer

Volunteers are needed for Cadets, Scene Support and firefighter

Cadets 16-18 years old Scene Support over 18 years old Firefighter 21 years old or older

Volunteers Wanted!

We are interested in any person(s) that would like to help your community out. We have a need for Firefighter and general members alike. All training is provided.

Must be 16 years of age or older, have a clean criminal record and be willing to put the time and energy into helping your community.

Fire fighter, also support services

Perform fire fighting and support duties. Attend meetings and training. Have fun

18 years of age, pass a background check, have a valid Wisconsin drivers license, successfully complete 60 hr. entry level course, live/work close to Oxford Fire District, physically capable of performing duties, no fire fighter experience required.

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 EMT

Job Duties as an EMT: respond to and provide various emergency medical calls and perform basic life support services. • Transport patients to the hospital • Perform Basic Life Support Services • Operate and lift gurney • Drive and operate EMS apparatuses such as an aid unit • Continue training and maintenance of certification • Maintain facilities and apparatuses • Attend and participate in Public Education Events • Community Outreach • Ability to pass certain health standards BENEFITS & INCENTIVES TRAINING: • Thurston County Medic 1 EMT Class • IFSAC FFI Training • IFSAC FF II Training REIMBURSEMENT: • $61.00 per diem rate for 24 hour state reimbursement • $25.00 per patient transport (EMT) • Annual training,call back, and event incentives MEDICAL/ 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) Preference points for career positions

Age: 18+ Highschool Grad or GED: Yes Valid Washington Drivers License: Yes Must have the ability to obtain IFSAC Firefighter 1 and EMT-B certifications 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

Volunteer Firefighter/Volunteer EMT

As a volunteer firefighter or EMT, you will receive expert training every week and state certification and licensing is available for those who want to advance their knowledge and potential at no cost to the member. Your availability to respond to emergencies is based on you work schedule at your regular job. Spring Bay runs about 350 calls per year, so regardless whether your availability is during the weekdays or on evenings and weekends, you will get plenty of opportunities to respond. Our volunteers range from 18 to 80 years old and come from all walks of life. We provide a fun and safe environment. Everyone is welcome. Be part of a community-minded team that feels like family. We’re counting on people like you to protect community members and the lives they’ve worked to build.

No previous experience required and you don't have to be young or super fit to save lives. At least 18 years of age. No maximum age. Must have a valid driver's license and access to an insured vehicle to attend trainings and calls. Must be physically able to participate in training sessions and emergencies.

Firefighter

In need of volunteer firefighters. All training provided. No experience necessary. Come join the brotherhood!

18 years of age. Clean criminal record

Volunteer Fire Fighter / EMT/ Ambulance Driver

We are looking for community members that would volunteer with us! We are in need of men and women who are interested in becoming Firefighters, EMT's and ambulance drivers. We provide all the training at no cost to you. There is no obligation to join, but come and meet us and learn how you can serve your community. We have a weekly training on Wednesday nights from 7-9 PM. Come by the station to check us out and to learn more.

Age 18 Graduated for High School Valid Drivers License

Volunteer Firefighter

Typical Firefighter position in a volunteer fire department.

Must have a valid drivers license, a background check must meet departments approval, must meet the requirements of Firefighter I within 12 months.

Firefighters and emergency medical responders

We are looking for volunteers to serve our community for the our fire/ems service.

Ability to work hard

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!

Volunteer Firefighter / EMT's

The Mcdonald Fire Department is currently seeking dedicated individuals in the Mcdonald Ohio area who would like to become Firefighter/EMT's and start a challenging yet rewarding future in helping our community.Providing both Fire/Rescue and EMS services to the Village of Mcdonald and neighboring communities through mutual aid agreements.

18 years of age,must pass medical physical, background check and drug testing.Dedicated to having the time to help the community by becoming a Volunteer Firefighter/EMT.

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

Firefighter

We are about to start a new rookie school to make you certified. No experience is necessary. It would be nice to have certifications, but it is not recommended. Explorers: Age 14-18 Firefighter: Age 18-?

Must possess a good current standing drivers licence. No felonies or misdemeanors. Must be able to pass a drug test. No moving law violation in the past three years.

Volunteer Firefighter

As an appointed Probationary Volunteer firefighter, the individual 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 Winterville Fire-Rescue-EMS 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. Probationary 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 Probationary 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 Probationary Volunteer firefighter is a non-compensated position but may receive a pay-per-call stipend if qualified. Volunteer Firefighter/EMTs are not normally assigned shifts but are expected to respond from home or work to calls. A Probationary 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; 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.

Requirements for becoming a volunteer firefighter with the Winterville Fire-Rescue-EMS 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 or maintain required hours at the station on a monthly basis. Candidates must maintain required training hours annually.

Volunteer Firefighter

Want to make a difference in your community? Want to try something new, without changing careers? We are the frontline of life safety and property conservation in the community. Join as a volunteer firefighter!

-Be at least 18 years of age (We have a junior firefighter program from 16-17 year olds) -Clean background check -Ability to meet Monday’s at 7pm for department-wide training

Firefighter

The Roscommon Township Fire Department has openings for the position of paid call firefighter. Physically fit men and women of good character are encouraged to apply. Roscommon Township Fire Department has been providing fire and rescue services to the Houghton Lake, Michigan area since 1936. Take advantage of this opportunity to serve your community and supplement your income.

Applicants must be 18 years of age, have a high school diploma or GED, pass a background check, and physical exam. No prior experience is required. All training and equipment is provided by the department.

Paid-on-Call Firefighter/EMT

The North Fond du Lac Fire Department is currently looking for motivated individuals that have strong interests in becoming firefighters and EMT’s. We currently have a roster with 41 dedicated members that are skillfully trained to serve our community. Our fleet is comprised of two engines, one rescue squad, two ambulances, and one utility trailer used for ice water rescue. In 2016 our fire department responded to approximately 110 calls and our ambulance responded to approximately 450 calls. Our call volume has been steadily rising and the need for staffing has risen. We look forward to you applying for a position on the department! Requirements: • Must be 18 years of age for full membership • Must be 16 years of age for the cadet program • Must have a valid drivers license • Must be physically able to perform strenuous tasks in high stress scenarios What will happen after you submit your application? The application will be reviewed by our current officers. They will make a determination if the applicant should receive an interview. If interviewed, the applicant will be given information that is pertinent to the department and how the department operates. Once the decision to hire is made, the application will be sent to the NFDL PD for a background check. If the applicant passes the background check, the applicant be required to undertake a pre-employment screening and physical ability test. EMT - To obtain an EMT license you must attend a local technical college and follow the standards on becoming a nationally registered EMT. The class is approximately 200 hours long and runs over one semester. The class is both practical skills and hours in a classroom. To become an Advanced EMT (AEMT) or Paramedic, additional classroom hours as well as more clinical hours are required. Our ambulance is staffed 24/7/365. It is staffed with one paramedic along with an AEMT or EMT. Firefighter - When becoming a firefighter, the fire department is able to provide all state certification courses for free. You will be able to obtain basic firefighting skills with Firefighter I which is required within a year of hire. All firefighters are Paid-on-Call which means that every call is an ‘’all-call’’ meaning every available member needs to respond.

Firefighter 1 recommended. EMT-Basic recommended. Background check provided prior to employment. Physical prior to employment provided. Work Steps program prior to employment provided.

Volunteer Firefighter/EMT or auxiliary member

La Cienega Fire district is looking for volunteers to join our department. Become a volunteer firefighter, EMT, or Auxiliary/support member.

No experience necessary

Firefighter

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

Volunteer Firefighter

Gallaway Fire Dept is in search of individuals who wish to give back to their community. This is accomplished by becoming a firefighter with Emergency Medical Response training.

18 years of age. Great Attitude with a willingness to learn new things

Firefighter, EMT

Currently looking for people who wish to become Firefighters. All training & equipment provided, no cost to you. Join a running Fire company, that is well trained, fun, and supportive, a great Brother/ Sisterhood. Make a difference.

Pass a back ground check, be drug free, and fit enough to do the job.

Volunteer Fire fighter

Hello we are are looking for quality people who are willing to learn and put in the time it takes to help serve the community. If you want to learn new skills and help others than please contact us for more information

High school diploma or ged Drivers license No felonies We also accept Jr. Fire fighters

Firefighter

The Firefighter position is for individuals 18 years of age and older. There are two tracks new members may elect to take- Exterior or Interior. All new members without previous firefighter training start at the probationary/exterior firefighter level and must complete entry-level firefighter training courses offered at local fire academies to achieve advanced firefighter status. At the Exterior Firefighter level, you will provide various support functions at emergency scenes. Members may choose to remain at the Exterior Firefighter level but must complete the appropriate level of academy training and go through the driver/operator approval process for at least one fire company vehicle. Interior firefighters are expected to be able to perform tasks necessary to mitigate fires and other emergencies. This includes the ability to wear full protective clothing, and self-contained breathing apparatus, deploy and manage hose lines, set up and climb ladders, enter hazardous environments for rescue, and fire suppression operations. Members wishing to become Interior Firefighters must complete the entire PA Entry Level Firefighter training program and attain a Firefighter I ProBoard certification within 18 months of completing the PA Entry Level Training Program. 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

Application Process -Submit membership application along with required criminal background and child abuse clearances -Attend an informational interview and tour with the membership committee -Application is submitted to the fire company board and membership for a vote at a monthly business meeting -Complete swearing-in ceremony at a monthly business meeting Training Members are expected to complete initial and ongoing training and certification requirements to remain on operational firefighter status. The PA Entry Level Firefighter Training Program is offered in a module format by local fire academies. The module format allows individuals to complete the program at a pace that fits their personal schedule. All training is paid for by the Wexford VFC. Visit our recruitment page at www.wexfordvfc.com/volunteer-firefighter-opportunities/ for more information on our training and certification requirements as well as links to our local fire academy websites to learn about their Entry Level Firefighter Training program delivery. Below is a breakdown of the initial training you will need to complete : -Complete 10-hours of in-house training before authorization to respond to calls -Introduction to the Fire Service- 16 hours (Academy Class) -First Aid, CPR/AED- 8 hours (Academy Class) -Fireground Support- 32 hours (Academy Class) -Exterior Firefighter- 52 hours (Academy Class) -Hazardous Materials Operations- 24 hours (Academy Class) -Interior Firefighter- 40 hours (Academy Class) -Attain Firefighter I Proboard Certification within 18 months of completing Interior Firefighter (Administered by Academy)

firefighter, truck operator

will serve as volunteer fire department member doing whatever your level of training allows

must pass criminal background check , must be drug free

Seeking Firefighters and EMS personel

Leetonia Fire and EMS is currently accepting applications to join our organization. If you enjoy helping people and have the ability to make quick decisions you may be right for this opportunity. Training is provided for Firefighters, EMT's, and Paramedics. Inquire today.

Ability to pass drug test, Back ground check, and pass all training mandated on a state and or national level. Must attend monthly trainings and respond to calls day and night if available. Must enjoy working in a team atmosphere and handle stressful situations well.

Firefighter

Responds to various incidents, attends training, and business meetings.

Pass criminal background check and wellness test.

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.

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.

volunteer firefighter/EMR

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 ?

Firefighter

The Fair Oaks VFD is an all volunteer agency with the mission of saving lives and protecting property. There are many roles to fulfill within the department. Email , call 724-266-6133 or stop by the firehouse on a Monday evening or anytime you see the doors open to get more information.

Anyone over the age of 18 can apply as a member. 14-17 years old will apply to our junior firefighter program.

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 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)

Firefighter

Recruiting new firefighters to join our fire company "Family". Help out your community while making new friends.

At least 18 years of age.

Entry Level Fire/EMS Member

The Deale Volunteer Fire Department & Rescue Squad Inc is actively recruiting in the community looking for anyone who would like to serve as an Active Volunteer Firefighter or Active Volunteer EMT with our Fire Department. No experience needed & Training is FREE!

Must Attend Membership Meeting, Meetings are held on the First Tuesday of every Month at 7pm (16 years of age or older - Clean Criminal Background - Able to Pass Medical Exam - Willingness to help others!)

Volunteer Firefighter

Volunteer firefighters needed

No experience necessary; all training will be provided

Community Support

We are in need of anyone who has services to offer that will make our community safer, stronger, and better prepared to respond to any emergency situation. We provides opportunities for people to support Firefighters / First Responders and participate in a range of measures to make their families, homes, and communities safer from the threats of crime, terrorism, and disasters of all kinds. Examples: Conducting fire prevention and life safety education in the community, Providing rehab or canteen services (providing food and water to Firefighters / First Responders during lengthy incidents) Raising much-needed funds for the department, Performing data entry tasks, Assisting with bookkeeping, Providing administrative support, Conducting public relations, Assisting with events, Preplanning and conducting research for emergency incidents, and Apparatus and facility maintenance

16 years of age, Drivers License, A desire to help your community remain safe and to make a difference.

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 and/or EMT

As a volunteer at Hocking Township FD you do not need to have current certifications in Fire or EMS, but it is highly recommended. HTFD will provide some tuition assistance after successful completion of initial course completion. Volunteer applicants should either live in Hocking Township, an adjoining township or the City of Lancaster. Preferably, volunteer applicants will live within 5-7 minutes to the station at provide quick response times for calls. Training is provided monthly in house and each volunteer is required to provide at a minimum 8 hours of volunteer time monthly. To find out more information, obtain an application or questions please contact the station at 740-654-5615 or via email at hockingfire@gmail.com. Please call, email or stop by the station if interested in volunteering, application inquires from this site are not regularly monitored.

Requirements Include: Must be 18 years of age or older Have a high school diploma or GED Have a valid Ohio driver’s license Must not have been convicted of a felony or class A misdemeanor

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)

Volunteer Firefighter/Administrative assistance/ fundraisers

The Good Will Fire Co is seeking new and experienced firefighters to join the 100% volunteer fire department. Good Will Fire Co. is one of three stations that make up the West Chester Fire Department. The Good Will Fire Company No. 2 is a 100% volunteer fire company. We are looking for firefighters, administrative assistance and public help with fundraising. We are also welcoming help with birthday parties on the weekends and community events.

None, we will provide training.

Firefighter

We are currently looking for carded firefighters. It doesn't matter if you have your 36, FF1, or FF2 certification.

We normally bring on people that live within a 3 mile radius of the fire house. Anything outside of 3 miles is on a case by case basis. We do not have bunk or shower facilities at this time. You will be required to stay on station for your shift or within the immediate area.

Call Firefighters & Fire Police

The Westbrook Fire Rescue Department is a progressive combination agency (staffed with full-time, per-diem and call company members). We currently have a need for additional call firefighters and fire police staff. Call firefighters supplement the on-duty crews at larger incidents such as structure fires, vehicle extrications, hazardous materials incidents, storm coverages and special call-backs. Fire Police staff primarily assist with traffic and crowd control at these incidents but may also assist with other specialty details such as parades and other large mass gatherings. No experience necessary - other than a good attitude and a desire to learn. We will provide you with all the training and equipment required to be successful in this position.

All applicants must be a team player and interested in working with a motivated team to serve our community. Applicants must be 18 years old and be physically fit and pass job performance standards for the position. Must pass a criminal record and background check and hold a valid Maine drivers license and meet the residency requirements. All new members must complete basic fire school within 12 months of hire.

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 / First Responder

The Joppa Volunteer Fire Department is actively seeking Volunteer Firefighters and First Responders. For more information or to obtain an application Contact – Chief Daniel McHaney at chief@joppafd.com

No experience necessary. All training will be provided. visit our website at http://www.joppafd.com for more information

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

Mission Township Fire Department is a rural county fire department that borders the west side of Topeka. We proudly serve approximately 9,000 residents living in a township of 35 square miles. Our department consists of nine full time officers and several paid-on-call volunteers. We provide fire suppression, emergency medical services, and rescue operations. We also maintain specialized technical and water rescue teams. Our team provides mutual aid to surrounding counties when requested. <br><br> We are currently looking for qualified applicants to strengthen our volunteer base. Our department and our residents rely strongly on the support of our volunteers. As a volunteer, you will be expected to assist the department by responding to calls, volunteering for special events, and by attending and receiving training. We provide our personnel with monetary reimbursement for call response, as well as providing any necessary training in the fields of fire, rescue, and emergency medicine.

Our criteria for hiring are: <br> Applicant must be 21 years of age or older.<br> Must be free of any felony convictions.<br> Must have reliable transportation.<br> Must be willing to commit the time necessary to the fire service.<br> i.e. To run calls, attend monthly drills, attend training, etc.<br> Must be willing to pursue certification as an EMT–Basic and Firefighter 1.<br> Must have a clean driving record and provide a certified copy of their driving record at the time of application.<br> Must be able to pass a background investigation.<br> Must be able to pass a departmental agility test. <br><br> If you meet our criteria and are interested, then M.T.F.D. wants you. Please stop by the station to pick up an application. <br><br> Thank you for your interest in Mission Township Fire Department.

Live-in Program

If you are a student pursuing a higher education or have full time employment — and prior experience in the fire, rescue & EMS — here’s your chance to become part of a rural emergency services environment. GET STARTED To get started, please go to www.redoakfire.com and complete our initial application. Be sure to write Live-In membership on your application. The ROFD’s live-in program typically has openings for Spring and Fall semester timed move-in dates. We are located near the University of East Carolina, and Pitt Community College. If interested, please contact Chief Deputy Singleton at 252-378-5199

Current applicants must be a full time or part-time students at a four year or two year institution — Attending any Pitt County college/university or approved online programs. Fire live-in applicants must have at least NFPA 1403 All Applicants must pass a full background check. Living space is provided free in return for responding to calls at least four day/nights per week — including rotating weekends and holidays, among other requirements.

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.

Volunteer EMT's, Firefighters, Administrative Personnel

Participation with the Fire/Rescue services in not necessarily for everyone. Depiction of the service on television series such as Third Watch, ER, etc..., though often based on real life situations, are not an accurate portrayal of what one necessarily does or observes in the Fire/Rescue Service. The work is physically strenuous, emotionally challenging, and high stress. Service providers have to deal with extremely noisy, dirty work environments and are exposed to unsightly, disturbing sights on a regular basis. The rewarding aspects of the service is the knowledge of a job well done, having the ability to help someone in need, and often having made a difference in someone's life. It is often a thankless job with few tangible rewards, a lot of training and little recognition. You need to ask yourself if "this is for you?"

The first step in joining a local fire department is to fill out an application. As part of the process the recruiter will contact you to speak with you about your available opportunities, answer any questions you may have, and provide you with expectations as a volunteer in Montgomery County. Once a suitable department is chosen, we will share your information with the department that best suits your needs, professional abilities and proximity to where you live. Following a screening process, you will be voted into a department as a probationary member. The Montgomery County Volunteer Fire & Rescue Association and all of the Local Fire & Rescue Departments value diversity in the workplace. Men and Woman of all ages, cultural and ethnic backgrounds, religious and political affiliation, national origin, and person with disabilities are encouraged to apply.

Emergency Medical Responder

Emergency Medical Responders are responsible for front line treatment of sick or injured persons. Over half of our calls are medical in nature. They will be trained in life stabilizing treatments such as trauma stabilization, spinal immobilization, oxygen administration, CPR, airway support, and medical observation. They will respond to homes, vehicle accidents, as well as fires to assist in fire personnel rehabilitation (rest, hydration, monitoring for medical conditions while working on fires), as well as any potential injuries that may arise. Most of our EMR's are also trained in fire fighting.

Ability to pass a background check. Ability to pass a drug check. Ability to pass a DMV driving check. Ability to stay calm and work effectively in stressful scenarios. Must be 18 years old.

Call Firefighter/EMT

Newton Fire / Rescue is currently seeking eligible candidates for the position of Paid On-Call Firefighter / Emergency Medical Technician. Job Description: A call firefighter shall be responsible for the efficient performance of required duties in conformance with the rules, regulations, and policies contained in the manual of department operations. Duties shall consist of but are not necessarily limited to, several general fire and rescue responsibilities necessary to the stability of safety in the community. Tasks and responsibilities: • Responds at any time to all incidents for which he/she is qualified and performs necessary fire suppression activities, EMS activities, etc. • As directed, makes a search of building interior for rescue purposes. Utilizes techniques of ventilation that apply knowledge of hydraulics and effective application of water or other materials for suppression of fire. • Enters burning buildings with the necessary equipment taking direction from the officer in charge. • Receives training and general instruction from officers in firefighting and rescue techniques and procedures. • Once qualified shall drive apparatus to emergency scenes, positions, and sets up apparatus according to accepted practices or directions. • Performs general upkeep and maintenance of fire stations, apparatus, and equipment.

Requirements: •Must live within proximity of five miles from (5) the Town of Newton, NH • Shall hold and maintain a valid New Hampshire Driver's License. (Class B with tanker preferred) • Must be at least 18 years of age. • Must be a high school graduate or GED • Shall possess certification of New Hampshire Firefighter Level I and National Emergency Medical Technician-Basic within eighteen months of the date of appointment. • All firefighters are required to become driver/operator qualified for all Department apparatus and hold and maintain a valid New Hampshire Driver's License. • Ability to listen and follow orders in emergency situations. • Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with employees and the general public. All candidates must pass a background check and a complete firefighter physical prior to being appointed to the department. To Apply: Interested candidates should submit a job application with all training records. Applications are available at the Fire Station located at 8D Merrimac Road Newton, NH 03858

Fire Fighter, volunteers

White Plains Fire needs your help!, We are searching for individuals interested in the volunteer fire service, you can receive training if needed at no cost through the Alabama Fire College, our primary goal is to serve our community in time of need no matter the cause, please contact us today to get started! Thank you, Bill McAdams Chief

1.Resident of the White Plains community, living within our coverage area 2. At least 19 years of age

FF/EMT

Accepting applications for paid on call FF/EMT's Please send resume and certificates to Assistant Fire Chief Daniel Stier

Possession of a high school diploma or the equivalent Possession of a valid Michigan driver’s license Firefighter I & II certification Hazardous Materials First Responder Operations certification State of Michigan EMS EMT licensure Physical demands may range from station chores or duties, medical emergencies or highly dangerous fire suppression situations.

Firefighter

ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES Performs firefighting activities. Performs emergency medical service activities including providing medical treatment. Participates in training, attends classes in firefighting, emergency medical, hazardous materials, and related subjects. Operates radios and other communications equipment. Maintains fire equipment, apparatus and facilities. Presents programs to the community on safety, medical, and fire prevention topics.

Must be 18 years or older at time of employment and have a High School Diploma or GED Equivalent. Must possess, a valid unrestricted State of Michigan Driver License with less than 6 points on their license. No felony or disqualifying criminal convictions. Ability to meet departmental physical standards.

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.

Volunteer Fire Department

We are a small fire department located in South West Ga. We have 21 Stations total spread over our county and have a need to get volunteers in them all. We have a good training program and a county paid pension plan for those who choose to step up to the call

(1) Be at least 18 years of age; (2) Not have been convicted of a felony in any jurisdiction or of a crime which if committed in this state would constitute a felony under the laws of this state within ten years prior to employment, provided that a person who has been convicted of a felony more than five but less than ten years prior to employment may be certified and employed as a firefighter when the person has: (A) Successfully completed a training program following the Georgia Fire Academy curriculum and sponsored by the Department of Corrections; (B) Been recommended to a fire department by the proper authorities at the institution at which the training program was undertaken; and (C) Met all other requirements as set forth in this chapter. The council shall be the final authority with respect to authorizing employment and certification of a person who has been convicted of a felony more than five but less than ten years prior to seeking employment when the person is seeking employment as a firefighter for any municipal, county, or state fire department which employs three or more firefighters who work a minimum of 40 hours per week and has the responsibility of preventing and suppressing fires, protecting life and property, and enforcing municipal, county, and state codes, as well as enforcing any law pertaining to the prevention and control of fires; (3) Have a good moral character as determined by investigation under procedure approved by the council; (4) Be fingerprinted and a search made of local, state, and national fingerprint files to disclose any criminal record; (5) Be in good physical condition as determined by a medical examination and successfully pass the minimum physical agility requirements as established by the council; and (6) Possess or achieve within 12 months after employment a high school diploma or a general education development equivalency. (b) For the purposes of paragraph (2) of subsection (a) of this Code section, a person shall be deemed to have been convicted of a crime if such person shall have pleaded guilty to a charge thereof before a court or federal magistrate or shall have been found guilty thereof by the decision or judgment of a court or federal magistrate or by the verdict of a jury, irrespective of the pronouncement of sentence or the suspension thereof, unless such plea of guilty or such decision, judgment, or verdict shall have been set aside, reversed, or otherwise abrogated by lawful judicial process or unless the person convicted of the crime shall have received a pardon therefor from the President of the United States or the governor or other pardoning authority in the jurisdiction where the conviction was had or shall have received a certificate of good conduct granted by the State Board of Pardons and Paroles pursuant to the provisions of law to remove a disability under law because of such conviction. (c)(1) For the purposes of making determinations relating to eligibility under paragraph (2) of subsection (a) of this Code section, a local fire department shall provide information relative to prospective employees to the local law enforcement agency and a state fire department shall provide information relative to prospective employees to a state law enforcement agency. Such local or state law enforcement agency shall be authorized to obtain conviction data with respect to such prospective employees of a local or state fire department as authorized in this subsection. The local or state law enforcement agency shall submit to the Georgia Crime Information Center two complete sets of fingerprints of the applicant for appointment or employment, the required records search fees, and such other information as may be required. Upon receipt thereof, the Georgia Crime Information Center shall promptly transmit one set of fingerprints to the Federal Bureau of Investigation for a search of bureau records and an appropriate report and shall retain the other set and promptly conduct a search of its own records and records to which it has access. The Georgia Crime Information Center shall notify the local or state law enforcement agency in writing of any derogatory finding, including, but not limited to, any conviction data regarding the fingerprint records check or if there is no such finding. All conviction data received by the local or state law enforcement agency shall not be a public record, shall be privileged, and shall not be disclosed to any other person or agency except as provided in this subsection and except to any person or agency which otherwise has a legal right to inspect the employment file. All such records shall be maintained by the local or state law enforcement agency pursuant to laws regarding such records and the rules and regulations of the Federal Bureau of Investigation and the Georgia Crime Information Center, as applicable. As used in this subsection, "conviction data" means a record of a finding or verdict of guilty or plea of guilty or plea of nolo contendere with regard to any crime, regardless of whether an appeal of the conviction has been sought. (2) The local or state law enforcement agency shall provide to the chief of the fire department which requested information on an applicant any criminal data indicating that the applicant was convicted of a felony. Such information may be provided to the council. The provisions of paragraph (1) of this subsection relating to privileged information and records of conviction data shall apply to any information provided by a law enforcement agency to a fire department.

Volunteer Firefighter

Join the Crothersville Vernon Township Volunteer Fire Department. We respond to fires, rescues, and EMS Calls. Join us today!

Clean Driving History Clean Criminal History

Fire fighters - Rescue Technicians - Junior Firefighters - Support Members

Looking for folks to help a progressive organization in all aspects of the fire-rescue world. We cover approximately 23 square miles protecting around 13'000 residents. Our area is predominately a bed room community with some light industrial mixed in. Mutual aid is provided to communities all around us and into Westmoreland County. We respond to around 350 calls a year including some QRS calls, however most of our calls are vehicle crashes. We currently have a 2002 Pierce Engine, 1996 New Lexington Heavy Rescue (New one on order!), 1976 Mack Baker Aerialscope, 2011 Ford/Brat Mini pumper, 2008 Ford F-250 Utility unit and a trailer carrying a quad and 6x6 Ranger. We are also part of a regional technical rescue team which responds to all over Allegheny County! We are also part of a continuing effort to consolidate/merge with 2 other departments within our township. Junior program minimum age is 14 Y/O Senior Firefighter and Support Member minimum age is 18 Y/O

A willingness to train and help others! No specific training requirements required to join - we will send you to the classes that you need to be part of a successful team. We also have State instructors in house to help you achieve the training that will allow you to succeed.

Paid on-call / paid call Volunteer Fire Fighter / EMS worker - COPY

Mapleton City Fire Department is an ISO Class 3 combination Full time, Part time and Paid on-call / Paid call Volunteer Fire Department. We are an all risk Fire and Rescue Department, proudly providing Fire Protection as well as Advanced Life Support EMS to the community of Mapleton Utah.

Fire / EMS Volunteerism nationwide is declining at an alarming rate and in Mapleton we too are being affected. We need Paid on-call and Paid call Volunteer Fire Fighters / EMS workers, especially those who live in Mapleton. It’s a fun and rewarding opportunity with compensation and training provided. The Mapleton Fire Department is taking applications for Paid On-call / Paid Call Volunteer Fire Fighters and Ems Workers. Contact the Mapleton City Offices for an application at 801-489-5655 ext. 0 or at 125 West 400 North. General Info: How does the Mapleton Fire Department operate? The Mapleton City Fire Department is a combined Fire and EMS agency. It is managed by a full time Fire Chief and Full time Fire Captain Paramedic Coordinator. The department consists of a combination of full time, part time, and paid on-call / paid call volunteer firefighters/EMTs. Paid on-call volunteers are provided a nominal fee for their sacrifice and depending on certification may receive up to $60 a 12 hour shift responding from home. On-call volunteers during their shift have 5 minutes to get to the station to respond to a call. Paid on-call volunteers are also compensated for time at training. Paid call volunteers don’t work a specific shift and are provided a nominal fee for their sacrifice when they respond to a call. Paid call volunteers are paid when they answer a page for an emergency and while attending training. How does a paid on-call / paid call Volunteer Fire and EMS department benefit Mapleton? Mapleton and other small communities rely on paid on-call / paid call volunteer firefighters primarily due to cost. Fires and other emergencies require a large number of personnel for fire suppression, rescues, medical care, traffic control, and so on. Mapleton staffs an Engine and Ambulance daily with a combination of full time, part time and paid on-call volunteers. Mapleton City relies on paid call volunteers to respond to larger incidents, such as fires and vehicle accidents. This system provides an adequate level of service while keeping costs down. While the paid call volunteer system has served Mapleton well for the last 70 years, its continued success will require citizens who are able and willing to serve. Why should I become a paid on-call / paid call volunteer for the Mapleton Fire Department? There are many reasons to consider becoming a paid on-call / paid call volunteer firefighter or EMT: • Learn or improve on valuable life skills o Emergency medicine o Defensive driving o Fire suppression o Ropes and knots o Ladders o Radio communications o Building construction • Develop critical thinking and decision making skills under pressure • Create deeper ties to your community • Become part of a closely knit brotherhood/sisterhood of first responders • Enjoy regular events, such as dinners, parties, and BBQs • Sense of pride and accomplishment that comes with helping members of your community • Prepare for a full time / part time career in the fire service What is the difference between a career and a paid on-call / paid call volunteer firefighter or EMT? Paid on-call / paid call volunteer firefighters and EMTs are held to the same certification, training, competence and professionalism standards as their counterparts. They also are required to perform the same functions, all the way from performing an interior fire attack down to medial tasks such as washing the trucks. The main difference is the manner in which they respond to emergencies. Career firefighters and EMTs are paid an hourly wage to be “response ready” at the station and are obligated to respond immediately to any emergencies while on duty. Paid on-call / paid call volunteer firefighters and EMTs may also take on-call shifts, but paid on-call / paid call volunteers respond to emergencies from home on a voluntary basis and when available (hence the term “volunteer”). How are paid on-call / paid call volunteers notified if there is an emergency? Paid on-call / paid call volunteers are issued a special pager, which they carry with them. When the dispatcher receives a 911 call, they will transmit a tone to activate the pagers and relay the location and nature of the emergency. Paid on-call / paid call volunteers are expected to keep their pagers on at all times 24/7 when in town, so they can be notified of a call when it happens. In addition to pagers, volunteers have the option to download an app to their phone. While not required, the app is useful for providing directions to the emergency and letting the incident commander know how many people are responding. How physically fit do I need to be? Being physically fit is an essential part of being a firefighter. You don’t have to be a professional athlete, but you should be in relatively good shape as the job is very physically demanding. Firefighters typically wear 60 to 70 pounds of gear during an incident and may have to lift, drag, or carry another person. Firefighters are also required to run, hike, crawl and stand for extended periods of time. Fire fighters and EMS workers are not allowed to have any facial hair that may interfere with the seal of a mask. If this sounds like a challenge, consider a workout routine that incorporates the following: • Cardio – Regular cardio helps keep your heart healthy and allows your body to manage oxygen more efficiently (very important when you want your air supply to last as long as possible) • Strength – Regular weight training strengthens your muscles and reduces fatigue • High Intensity Interval Training (HIIT) – This type of exercise alternates periods of high intensity with short periods of rest, very similar to typical fire ground activity How dangerous is it to be a firefighter? Being a firefighter comes with a certain amount of risk. Approximately 100 firefighters die in the line of duty in the United States each year, and it is routinely ranked as one of the most hazardous professions in the country. The good news is that most of these deaths are preventable. Nearly 75% of line of duty deaths are related to underlying medical conditions and traffic accidents and your personal risk decreases significantly with proper diet and exercise along with defensive driving and seatbelt use. You can also reduce your risk by becoming certified, taking care of your equipment and regularly participating in training. Is there a ride-along program? If you are an EMT in training or would simply like to learn more about the department, you may request a ride-along. Please contact Fire Captain Paramedic Coordinator Jeremy Millet (jmillet@mapleton.org) for more details. What are some other opportunities to get involved? While being a paid on-call / paid call volunteer firefighter or EMT can be an immensely rewarding experience, it is not for everyone. If you would like to become involved in other ways, consider the following: • Join the Mapleton community emergency response team (CERT) • Donate equipment or supplies to the fire department • Follow and share the Mapleton Fire Department Facebook page Becoming a volunteer: What are the responsibilities of a paid on-call / paid call volunteer firefighter or EMT? Volunteers have three primary responsibilities: • Sign up for a min of 4 nights a month to be paid on-call from your home, stay in town, and respond to all emergencies when called within 5 minutes. • Maintain a 35% response rate for paid call volunteer pages (pages when entire department is asked to respond) • Attend weekly trainings and maintain certifications Volunteers may also take part in other activities, such as conducting station tours, checking and maintaining equipment, or cleaning apparatus. What are the requirements for becoming a paid on-call / paid call volunteer? The minimum requirements to become a paid on-call / paid call volunteer for Mapleton Fire are: • Be at least 18 years old • Possess a valid driver’s license • Maintain a clean driving / criminal and drug history • Possess a basic EMT certification (for EMS volunteers) Do I need to have any certifications or previous experience? Paid on-call / paid call Volunteer EMTs should possess a current basic EMT certification or be on track to receive one. Advanced EMT, Paramedic, and/or fire certifications are preferred but not required. Many of our volunteers join with no previous experience and we send them through all required training. Do I have to be both a firefighter and an EMT? You may join as a firefighter, an EMT, or both. Candidates who are willing to fulfill both roles provide better value to the department and will likely be given preference. A common route for volunteers is to obtain a basic EMT certification, join the department as an EMT, and then cross train as a firefighter during their probationary period. Will I need to drive the vehicles? Paid on-call / paid call volunteers are expected to hold a valid driver’s license and to drive ambulances and smaller apparatus, such as brush trucks and squad vehicles. Employees are provided in house training on emergency vehicle operations, including practical driving exercises. The engines, tender, and heavy brush are larger and more complex than the smaller department vehicles and require a separate Apparatus Driver/Operation (ADO) certification. This training is offered to the more experienced firefighters. Do I need to pay for a uniform and gear? The department provides all turnout gear, helmets, safety equipment, shirts, pants, boots, hats, and cold weather clothing to all employees. Though not required, volunteers often choose to purchase additional gear for themselves, such as different pants, belt, boots etc. Do I need to pay for training? EMS paid on-call / paid call volunteers are expected to already have a basic EMT certification or be on track to receive one. Courses and certification typically cost around $1,000. In some cases the Department may sponsor your EMS training. Basic fire certification typically cost around $5000. Mapleton City provides this training and certification free of cost to paid on-call / paid call volunteer fire fighters. Since this represents a significant investment by the city, you will be asked to sign an agreement to stay on the department for a period of time after any sponsored training is complete. On occasion, the department may offer to place members through additional training to help meet a specific need (e.g. Advanced EMTs or Apparatus Driver/Operators). This additional training is also paid for by the department. Life as a paid on-call / paid call volunteer What happens after I join? New paid on-call / paid call volunteer firefighters are given the title of probationary firefighter and issued a set of gear. During this time, the new fire fighter will be expected to complete the following training and accompanying certifications: • CPR • Emergency vehicle operations • Hazardous materials awareness and operations • Firefighter I and II This process can take from 6 to 12 months, depending on class scheduling and level of commitment. This is by far the most time consuming phase of being a firefighter. It is recommended for fire fighters to avoid major life changes during this time, in order to focus on this process. Once the probationary firefighter has passed all of their training, they will be evaluated and promoted to the title of paid on-call / paid call volunteer firefighter. How do new firefighters fit in? Mapleton Fire welcomes new paid on-call / paid call volunteers and is invested in their success and continued participation. The department does not tolerate hazing or mistreatment of any staff. However, be aware that trust and respect must be earned in the fire service. The lives of your fellow firefighters may someday depend on you, and they want to make sure you are up to the task. As a probationary firefighter, you will be assigned lower priority fire ground assignments and positions on the apparatus. You will also be evaluated during trainings and on emergency calls. Use this time to focus on your certifications, ask questions of the more senior firefighters, and be as active in the department as possible. Before you know it, you will be a full certified firefighter and operating as a regular member of the crew. What is fire training like? Fire school is usually 4 hour blocks, 2 nights a week plus 8 hour blocks on Saturdays for about 4 months and often takes place in Mapleton or one of the neighboring fire departments. The training initially consists of lectures and bookwork but quickly transitions to practical skills and exercises. Certification includes live fire training, where you will be able to observe an interior fire firsthand. This is an opportunity to learn how to operate in smoke and high heat and to learn about the limits of your gear. The training culminates in a series of written and practical tests, including a live interior firefighting exercise. Once you pass, you will receive a Utah firefighter 1 and 2 certification. This certification meets or exceeds national standards and is accepted in most parts of the country. How does being a paid on-call / paid call volunteer work with a full time job? Being a paid on-call / paid call volunteer firefighter is compatible with most full time careers. Training takes place on nights and weekends and most volunteers are able to meet their requirements by responding to calls outside of work hours. Some companies provide flexibility to volunteer firefighters by allowing them to respond to calls during the workday. Be sure to check with your HR department on specific policies. How does being a paid on-call / paid call volunteer work with family life? Being a spouse or family member of a paid on-call / paid call volunteer firefighter or EMT can be challenging. By their very nature, emergencies are unpredictable and often seem to happen during the most inconvenient times. The pager can and does sound during family dinners, holidays, and at night while you and your family are a sleep. Usually there is only time for a quick goodbye before the fire fighter is out the door, and they may not return for several hours. This is not typical of most family lifestyles, and it can take some time for families to adjust to the new “normal”. On the other hand, there are many unique and positive opportunities for spouses and family members of volunteers. The fire department holds frequent events for members and their families. Children get to ride in the trucks during the city parade, meet Santa at the fire station, and participate in other activities that their friends can only dream about. In fact, some family members enjoy it so much, that they end up being volunteers too! In fact, Mapleton has several couples and families who serve together as volunteers.

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/First Responder

Now accepting applications for new members for the Granville Fire Department. Contact any member, stop in at the station on Monday evenings at 630pm. or go to www.granvillefire.org for more information and an application on how you can give back to your community. Whether it is medical, rescue or firefighting that intrigues you, we have something to offer for anyone wanting to help the citizens of Putnam County.

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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

Firefighter

We are looking for new members. If you would like to join.

18 years of age Good Character

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.

Volunteer Firefighter and EMT's

Stayton Fire District is a small combination department served by approximately 65 volunteers and 6 paid staff. The District’s paid staff works 8 to 5 Monday through Friday to augment day time response and perform administrative duties, while the 50 volun

Must be over 18 Must be able to pass background, criminal and a drug screening Must live or work in the Stayton Fire District Must be in good physical condition Must be able to attend a fire and ems academy and attend regular drills and events

Paid-On-Call Firefighter

The BFD are always looking for dependable and enthusiastic Paid-On-Call members.

None The Benton Fire Dept. will have requirements once on the department but the department will make these trainings available to new members.

Volunteer Firefighter

The fire service is one of the most challenging professions today. It is this type of diversity that inspires most men and women to enter into this profession. However, this business is not for everyone. It takes more than just a desire to help people. It requires courage, dedication, assertiveness, and a willingness to learn and face new challenges. The personal rewards and satisfaction gained from the fire service are often beyond description. You will experience a sense of accomplishment, joy and elation, compassion, and fulfillment. Many members that started out as volunteer firefighters with Westfield have gone on to become paid firefighters with departments such as Houston, Montgomery, and Sugarland Fire Departments. Most that join the fire department fall in love with it and stay in the fire service for many years. WHAT DOES IT TAKE TO BE A FIREFIGHTER? Most persons that enter into the fire department have no previous fire or EMS experience. We will provide you with a strong foundation of training from the moment you step into the station. You aren't expected to be ready to run into a burning building your first day. You will be required to complete a cadet program before that time comes. The cadet program is at your own pace. The more you are around and participate in training, The faster you will move through the program. While participating in the program, you will be allowed to respond to emergency scenes and function in a limited capacity while there. WHAT IS THE TIME REQUIREMENT? It is recommended that each member spend at least 24 hours a week at the station. However, we understand that sometimes that is not possible and can work around this. Most of our volunteers will come to the station and work a 12 or 24 hour shift one or more times throughout the week. WHAT IS THE COST? The only cost is for your uniform pants (Blue Dickies, 5.11 Tactical, etc.), black belt, and black boots. All other equipment is furnished to you by the department.

- At least 18 years of age - Live within 30 miles of the Westfield Fire Department - Criminal background check - No health problems that would prevent you from performing your duties. - Speak English - U.S. citizenship

Volunteer Firefighter

All aspects of firefighting, EMS, and department support.

At this time, we are only accepting applications from Brevard County Residents, preferably who live within 10 miles of the Fire Station.

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

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.

Volunteer Firefighter

Volunteer for your local fire department

must be 18 years old, good moral character and be willing to attend training classes

fire fighter

Man / Woman over the age of 18 and can pass back ground check who would like to join the fire service and help people when in need. We are fire and rescue we train every Thursday at 7pm

Beable to learn and doubble task most of requirements would be getting you read to be a fire fighter. lift or cary 60lb +. Everything will be teache to you and if you thank you can do the job after 1 year we will see about sending you to fire school. if you all ready have your fire card then you will be on 1 year Probation

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..

Volunteer Fire Fighter

West Windsor Vol. Fire Company is searching for new members to join our team. Protect the lives of the citizens of West Windsor performing Fire and Rescue services to our community. The road to becoming a firefighter or Fire Police starts here. WE NEED YOU!!!! Benefits of becoming a member: Free Training College Credits Career building skills College Tuition Assistance Hall Rentals Relief Benefit New Friendships Sense of Community Being part of the Brother/Sisterhood Its time to ask yourself... If not me, then who???

Must be at least 16 years old and a resident of West Windsor or live within a reasonable response distance. Must be driven and willing to learn Must be physically fit to preform the duties of a fire fighter as determined by a physician

Associate Member

Must be 15 years of age or older. Must be willing to assist with department fundraisers and community educational events. This is also for persons that would like to be active in firefighting, but cannot provide the 100 hours of service per year.

Must be 15 years of age or older Must be able to pass a criminal background check, if 18 and older Must provide a driver's history from Dept. of Motor Vehicles, if wishing to drive apparatus

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/EMT

New Marlborough Fire & Rescue seeks to fill firefighter and positions within our department. This is a call/volunteer position that has a paid stipend attached related to training, on call duty, and emergency response. We are an all hazards response department that services a rural community of about 1200 residents. We operate 2 Engines, a tanker, a brush truck and a BLS Ambulance.

No experience required, all training and equipment will be provided. Must be in good health and condition. Candidates MUST reside within 15 miles of the fire station located at 205 Norfolk Road Southfield, MA.

Firefighter/Junior Firefighter

Have you ever thought about being a firefighter? Do you want to help out but not fight fires? If you answered yes to either of these, we have a position for you! Undercliff VFC is actively recruiting for new members to join our team! We have three classes of membership here at Undercliff VFC; Firefighter, Junior Firefighter, and Business Members. Junior Firefighters must be 16 years of age and have consent of a parent or guardian to join. Business members do not fight fires, but help with fundraising and other administrative tasks at the department. Volunteer numbers are down all over the country and we can always use new members! All training is provided free of charge by the company and you can even get a FREE college education through the CCAC Fire Vest Program. For more information stop by the station on any Monday or Friday night, or give us a call at 412-486-6252. Don't miss this chance to get involved in your community! Don't wait, join today!

All training is paid for by the fire company. Requirements vary depending on type of membership desired. Contact us for more details!

All

The Seneca Falls Fire Dept is currently searching for volunteers. . Please go to www.senecafallsvfd.org and fill out the online application.

16 years old to be a junior member and 18 to be a full member, must have a nys drivers licence and be willing to learn!

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.

Volunteer Firefighter

Volunteer to serve your community as a firefighter. Free training and equipment. Email your contact info to find out about the many benefits!

Less than 45 yrs old. Physically and mentally capable of performing the job of firefighter with or without reasonable accommodations. Live within 5 miles of the firehouse located at 1511 18th Ave., Wall, NJ 07719

Firefighters, Fire Police, Table Officers, Social Members

Firefighters are active on scene fighting the fire, stabilizing vehicles from a crash, fighting wildland fires, or operating pumps. Several of our firefighters are Emergency Medical Technicians. Each fire truck is equipped with an automated external def

So, what are the requirements to join the Mt Zion Bicentennial Volunteer Fire Company? A willing heart to serve others in your community, an open mind ready to learn and train, and hands ready to get dirty. Trainings such as Essentials of Firefighting,

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.

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.

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.

Fire Fighter / EMT

We are need of Fire Fighters & EMT's. We will train you. Time is all we need

None

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).

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 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

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

Paid-On-Call (Volunteer) Firefighter

The City of Olney Fire Department is accepting applications for the position of paid-on-call (POC) firefighter. POC firefighters are paid an hourly wage for training and call attendance with all equipment supplied by the department. The City of Olney Fire Department is the municipal fire department of the City of Olney. The Olney Fire Protection District which includes the townships of Olney, Preston, and Madison, has a contract with the City of Olney to provide fire protection. The Olney Fire Protection District covers approximately 140 square miles. The department has written mutual-aid agreements with the Noble Fire Protection District, Claremont-Bonpas Fire Protection District, Wade Fire Protection District at Newton, Oblong Fire Department, Sumner-Christy Fire Protection District, West Salem Fire Department, Clay City Fire Department and MABAS Division 54. The department is a combination full-time and POC department. There are 3 full-time firefighters, a full-time Fire Chief and up to 30 POC firefighters. Full-time firefighters man the station 24/7 with 1 firefighter per shift. POC firefighters fill in the ranks of apparatus engineers (drivers), officers and line firefighters. Starting hourly wage for new POC firefighters is $10.00 per hour with a 1 hour call-in guarantee. Members of the fire department are also members of the Olney Firefighters Association. This association exists to support the fire department with fund raising and equipment purchases. The Fire Association meets the first Thursday of every month with a meal and business meeting. There is normally some minor department training after the meeting. The third Thursday of every month is the departments training night, with training lasting approximately 4 hours. All members of the City of Olney Fire Department are either certified firefighters through the State of Illinois, or working toward attaining their certification. Career firefighters with the department are instructors through a local junior college. Classes are held at the fire station every Tuesday of the week following the college semesters. Certification takes 1-2 years dependent upon class size and schedule.

To become a paid-on-call (POC) firefighter with the City of Olney Fire Department, interested individuals must pick up an application at the fire station located at 501 N. Walnut St., Olney, IL 62450. Applicants must have their high school diploma or GED, pass a background investigation, have a driving record in good standing and live within the fire district. After submitting an application, applicants will take a written exam, physical agility test and an interview with the Fire Chief and/or officers of the department. Applicants will receive a ranking and positions will be filled as they become vacant. Testing for the POC firefighters occurs twice a year or as needed.

Paid-on-Call Firefighters and EMS Responders Needed

Starting March 14, 2016 the new Presque Isle Twp. Fire Department will begin operating under the management and mentorship of the City of Alpena Fire Department. AFD will be responding to emergencies while the new department is being established, then step back within three years when it can stand on its own. The new Presque Isle Township Fire Department will be a part of the township government and will be controlled by township elected officials. It will operate from the old District 2 station on US23. NOW RECRUITING VOLUNTEER/PAID ON CALL FIREFIGHTERS AND EMS RESPONDERS!!! Please contact Alpena Fire Chief Bill Forbush at 989-354-1840 or email billf@alpena.mi.us.

Over 18 years of age Clean driving record No criminal history Must have Michigan FFI certification within 2 years if firefighter and/or Michigan Medical First Responder, EMT, EMTS or Paramedic licensure within 2 years Residency within 10 miles of Township line

Vol. Firefighter

Lindsay Fire Rescue volunteers that want to help there community when in need.

Willingness to learn, run calls when you are available, able to assist with fundraisers, and be part of your community.

Firefighter

Dunklin Fire Department in Honea Path, SC is seeking volunteer firefighters. No certification required, just a desire to learn and help your community!

N/A

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.

Firefighters, Emergency Medical Responders, Fundraising, Office/Clerical, Driver/ Pump Operators, On Scene Support

Sale Creek Volunteer Fire and Rescue is comprised of 100% non-compensated volunteers and provides emergency services to an approximately 82-square mile area in northwest Hamilton County, Tennessee. Minimum training requirements for fire suppression personnel include performance standards as identified by NFPA 1001. Our department participates in the Tennessee Commission on Firefighter Professional Qualifications Standards with certifications based on NFPA 1001. Our community is unincorporated and is within commuting distance of Chattanooga, Tennessee. We are in transition from rural to suburban, experiencing growth that is presenting us with new risks. Our once sprawling farmland now has beautiful, large homes in subdivisions. The lake and riverfront properties have homes that are on the average of 6000 square feet and three to four stories. We operate out of five fire stations, providing emergency services ranging from public assistance, medical first response, vehicle extrication, trench rescue, rope rescue, ground and water search, water rescue, hazardous materials response, and fire suppression. Our department currently operates three pumpers, two pumper/tankers, two tankers, one aerial, one service truck, one utility/temporary traffic control vehicle, one brush truck, one heavy rescue, four light rescues (first responder), one rope rescue (first responder), one command post, four chief vehicles, one fire scene examination vehicle, a rehab vehicle, five boats, one 6×6 ATV, one 4x6 UTV, one 4x4 UTV, one 8×8 amphibious vehicle, one Haz-Mat trailer, and one pump trailer. As a member of the Tri-State Mutual Aid Association, our department gives and receives aid to and from approximately forty departments. Our department responds as part of the written emergency response plan for the TVA Sequoyah and Watts Bar Nuclear Plants, and TVA Watts Bar Hydro Electric Plant and Dam. We have Automatic Aid agreements with neighboring fire departments. As a component of the Homeland Security District 3 for the State of Tennessee, all apparatus and equipment owned and operated by our department is subject to respond in multiple communities in ten southeast Tennessee counties, including the City of Chattanooga.

Mission Statement Sale Creek is a full service fire organization, an “all hazards” fire department, a team of highly trained and dedicated professionals. We exist to meet needs created by a variety of crisis situations that demand a quick, efficient and professional emergency response. It is our mission to provide the highest standard of service to all those who may seek our help. We are a service provider and we stand ready to provide fire suppression, fire prevention and education, rescue services and emergency medical care. We will faithfully provide these important services, promptly and safely, to any person that resides in, works in, or visits our district. We will do as much as we can within the limitations of our resources to protect lives and property and limit the degree of human suffering when called to an emergency. Fire Department Vision As a family of individuals committed to serving others, we will always provide for the welfare of our members through a healthy and rewarding work environment. We are dedicated to respect, integrity, compassion and leadership amongst ourselves, providing leadership in the community, continually striving to exceed expectations. Fire Department Values Integrity – We consistently do the right thing. Services – We provide service beyond our customer’s expectations. Teamwork – We work together to achieve a common goal. Professionalism – We always conduct ourselves in a way that reflects a positive image for the Department and for the Fire Service. Pride – We respect and honor the traditions of our organization, community and profession. Competency and Accountability – We continually strive to improve our knowledge, skills and abilities, and each of us takes responsibility for our actions. Importance of our Members – We value the wellness and safety of each individual. Compassion – We provide service in a way that our community knows “We Care”.

Firefighters & EMTs

Our Department is looking for Volunteer Firefighters & EMTs

Will train to be a Firefighter if not already. Must be EMT or go to EMT class.

Volunteers Wanted

Cranberry Township Volunteer Fire Company ("CTVFC"), located in Cranberry Township, PA, is an all-volunteer organization that provides fire, rescue, and community education programs to the residents of Cranberry Township and surrounding communities. CTVFC currently operates out of two stations in our community: the "Park Station", also our main station where our administrative offices are located, is on Route 19 near Cranberry Community Park; and our second station is located on Haine School Road, near the intersection with Freedom Road, which houses offices for company officers and Fire Safety and Education. We have a state-of-the-art Public Safety Training Facility located in the Township that includes a three story training building complete with training props and tools, a propane fueled vehicle burn pad, a TIMS training area, and a classroom facility with top-notch audio-visual capabilities. Our membership includes: - Brigade (suppression and non-suppression fire fighters) - Company (non-firefighters that work in other support roles and committees in our department, such as Fire Safety Education) - Junior (ages 16 and above) - Fire Police - Ladies Auxiliary - Associate Membership (must be in good standing with another PA fire department for two years) Our Fire Safety and Education Program has been ranked among the best in the state, receiving recognition from Fireman's Association of the State of PA and Western PA Fireman's Association. They provide children's fire safety education in schools and day cares, fire extinguisher training to adults and businesses, vehicle displays and informational training at community events, and fire station tours to groups.

A desire to be a member of an organization that is built on family values and community service. A willingness to maintain an open mind, challenge yourself, and learn new things. Junior members must be 16 years of age and have a valid PA work permit. All members must be able to pass a basic physical, drug screen and background check prior to membership (physical and screening provided at no cost; small cost related to background checks). In-house training and meetings on Tuesday nights. Opportunity for paid training in fire and EMS courses. Please visit www.ctvfc21.org and go to our "Become a Member" page for additional information and an application.

Fire Department Member

We need members who are willing and able to help our community. Helping our community through the fire department can be in the form of: Firefighter Emergency Medical Responder Rescue Vehicle Driver /Operator Clerical duties Fund Raising Mechanic Available Fire Departments: Houlka - Houston - Thorn - Southeast - Woodland / Sparta - Van Vleet - Rhodes Chapel / Atlanta - Okolona

- willing to attend monthly fire department meetings / training - willing to complete MS Volunteer Firefighter - Level 1 - willing to complete, at minimum, Advance First Aid / CPR course - willing to complete emergency vehicle driver training - willing to respond to emergency calls - background checks and driver history checks

Firefighter

The 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 Newaygo 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 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 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 FF 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 adhere to the policies, standard operating procedures and guidelines, code of ethics and all licensing and accreditation standards of this position. Must represent the organizations mission and vision in all actions, communications and representations with all contacts. Performs all responsibilities according to best practices in the field.

A typical way of obtaining the knowledge, skills and abilities 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 • Must be 18 years of age at time of appointment • No felony or gross misdemeanor convictions • Must be a U.S. Citizen and meet Michigan Residency requirements • Live within the boundaries of the Newaygo Fire District (exceptions may be made under special circumstances) • A valid Michigan State Driver’s License; no more than 5 points

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

First Responder

Fire Fighter, Emt's We train to standard for Interior Fire Fighters and Basic Exterior Fire Fighter Operations

Resident of Gates Chili and at least 18 years of age.

Firefighter & EMTS

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.

Making the decision to become a volunteer firefighter should not be taken lightly. It requires hundreds of hours of training and a strong commitment to service. The department requires firefighters to be 18 years of age or older and hold a high school diploma or the equivalent. If your willing to commit we are willing to train. Come on down!!!

North Bannock Fire needs YOUR support!

The North Bannock Fire Department is a brand new Fire Department that began operations on October 1st. We are looking for volunteer firefighters, Auxiliary members, Explorer scouts, and anyone in the community that wants to provide support to our young fire department. Come join an organization that values Brotherhood, Family, and Work.

For the position of volunteer firefighter you must be able to pass a background check, have a drivers license, and physically able to perform the job tasks of a firefighter.

Junior Firefighter

Explorer Post 13 is for young men and women ages 14 to 20 who are interested in learning more about volunteer opportunities within the fire service. Activities are developed around areas to help junior 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. Valid PA Work Permit

Firefighter, Fire safety educator, Support Firefighter

Members are needed for Firefighter, Apparatus driver/operator, Fire and Life Safety Educator, support role Firefighter.

18 years old, high school diploma or GED, pass background check

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 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.

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)

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.

FIrefighter

Cadyville Fire Department is looking for volunteer Firefighters

For more information, stop by the station any Monday evening or ask any current volunteer

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.

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.

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!

Volunteer Firefighter and/or Volunteer EMT

We are seeking self motivated individuals to join our department and help support our community. We answer approximately 30 fire calls and 100 ambulance calls per year.

We provide training in house and have access to many training programs provided by other agencies.

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.

Firefighter, EMT, Support Positions

We need volunteers to join our membership. We an orientation and training program. Members can be fire fighters or fill a position to support the department such as fundraising, education or scene support.

Minimum requirements are 18 years of age, high school diploma or GED, no felony convictions. Live within the Pike Road area. Stay tuned for our live in or commuter program. Meet this standard, go to our website under contact us and complete the interest form.

Firefighter or First Responder

Harrison Fire Rescue is currently looking for dedicated individuals to volunteer with our team. Both our First Responders (Emergency Medical Responders) and Fire Fighters are hiring new members. Our First Responders are called to all medical emergencies and traumatic injuries including those resulting from vehicle accidents. Our Fire Fighters are called to all incidents involving fires and hazardous materials, and both our EMS and Fire teams respond for water rescues, cliff rescues, vehicle accident extrications, and any other area where advanced rescue and lifesaving skills are required. No experience is necessary - all training will be provided and paid for by the department (when completed). If interested, please download and complete the application at http://www.harrison-wi.org/…/Application_FireDepartment.pdf…, and either drop it off at the Village Hall or email it to either Deputy Chief Don Jungen at don.jungen@outlook.com or Fire Chief Mike Brantmeier at mcbrantmeier@juno.com

No experience is necessary - all training will be provided and paid for by the department (when completed)

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

16 -18 years of age for Junior Firefighter. 18 years and up for Firefighter. Must pass drug screen and background check. Must have transportation and valid drivers license.

Volunteer Support Staff

Lugoff Fire-Rescue is looking for volunteer support staff to fill a number of positions including: Administrative, Fundraising, Community Education, Fireground Support

The "South Carolina Firefighters Employment and Registration Act " requires a background check for all volunteer firefighters prior to employment at LFD. Must be 18 years of age or older Must possess a valid South Carolina Driver’s License Maintain personal residence within 15 minutes of our fire district preferably in Kershaw County Be physically and mentally fit to perform the duties of the volunteer position or role applied Agree to abide by all the policies, procedures and guidelines of the LFD Cannot be a volunteer member of another Kershaw County Fire Department

Volunteer Firefighter

Thank you for your interest in serving Elkin as a volunteer firefighter. As a volunteer, you will be joining a proud tradition that dates back to the very beginning of our nation, with George Washington, Thomas Jefferson, and Benjamin Franklin among the many founding fathers who were also involved in the volunteer fire service. Today, volunteers still comprise a majority of our nation’s fire service. In fact, 70% of all firefighters are volunteers, with over one million volunteer firefighters and emergency medical personnel in the U.S. Half of all Americans live in communities served by fire departments that are either volunteer or a combination of volunteer and career (full-time and paid). In addition to providing life-saving services, these volunteers save communities across the nation a significant amount of money. It would cost U.S. taxpayers an estimated $140.7 billion every year if all the volunteer first responders were replaced with career staff.

By becoming a volunteer firefighter, you will play a crucial role in protecting your neighbors from disasters and emergencies of all kinds. You will also be joining a tight-knit group of men and women dedicated to providing life-saving services to those who live in, visit and travel through Elkin. Being a volunteer first responder is very demanding and requires a great deal of commitment and training. As a volunteer firefighter, you will be required to: Attend department training sessions on the 1st and 3rd Mondays of the month. Complete the Basic Firefighter Certification. and can expect to: Perform physically demanding work. Spend extended periods of time outside in inclement weather. Be called out at any hour of the day or night.

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.

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.

Firefighter

We are looking for Volunteer Firefighters ages 16 and older. No matter what age you are there is always a job for someone

You can take all the classes you need after you join

firefighter and firefighter/emt's

looking for motivated individuals ready to serve the community day or night 365 24/7. majority of our calls are medical related so anyone interested in being an emt as well as a firefighter are what we are looking for but obviously will take people only wanting to be a firefighter as we currently don't have an ems requirement

no experience or training required. we will train you. must have valid drivers license and be able to pass a criminal and driving background check.

Firefighter / EMT

Volunteer needed to fill position of firefighter and or EMT. Must be 15 years of age (Jr. FF) or 18 (full time) and in good physical condition. Must be willing to respond to fire, rescue & basic EMS incidents 24/7 in Fogertown / Clay County area. No prior experience required, but any firefighting, EMS or truck driving experience would be beneficial. Pay is literally out of this world.

Good physical condition - fit (or willing to get fit), BMI less than 40, good BP & heart rate. Good attitude, willing to work hard, train hard and respond whenever possible. Most of all - a willingness to help people in need.

Firefighter

Volunteer firefighters needed to respond to alarms, emergencies and medical calls in the village of Cornwall on Hudson NY..... Live in and daytime firefighter opportunities coming soon!!!

Hard Work And Dedication.....

Paid on call Firefighter/EMS Member

The Coal City Fire Protection District is accepting applications for paid on call firefighters. Paid on call members provide skilled firefighting, rescue, emergency medical services, fire prevention and related support activities. Work involves responsibility for participating in the provision of emergency medical services, performance of rescue and fire suppression and prevention, as well as all duties delegated by law, ordinances, rules or regulations, or practices or procedures. Work involves the operation of fire, rescue and emergency medical service equipment, and the maintenance of equipment, apparatus and quarters. Employees are required to participate in the operation of apparatus and perform hazardous tasks and skilled medical procedures under emergency conditions, which may involve strenuous exertion under such adverse conditions as fire, heat, smoke, darkness and cramped surroundings. Although firefighting and emergency medical services work are the essential and most difficult and critical areas of activity, a substantial portion of time is spent training and studying methods, techniques, procedures and maintaining District property and equipment.

Must be 18 years of age and have completed High School, and live within the Coal City Fire Protection District boundaries. Applicants will be required to pass annual medical physical examination as required by NFPA 1582. All members must successfully pass a pulmonary function test. The District will pay for examinations. Paid on call personnel shall, as a job requirement become certified to the Basic Operations Firefighter certification level by attending the Chief Shabbona Firefighter Training Academy, within one (1) year of being hired. Certification as an Emergency Medical Technician-Basic is also required within 1 year after receiving Basic Operations Firefighter certification. Applicants shall possess a valid Illinois Driver’s License and be insurable by the District's insurance carrier. Must successfully pass a complete background investigation and pass a pre-employment drug screen.

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 / EMT

The Orchard Park Fire Company is always looking for new firefighters! Anyone who resides in the Town of Orchard Park over the age of 18 may apply! There are many benefits that come with being an Orchard Park Firefighter on top of the great feeling of helping those in need! – Any Firefighter or Emergency Medical Services training is at no cost to members. Upon completion of your Firefighter 1 thru Erie County Emergency Services, you will receive 4 college credits from Erie Community College – EMT or Paramedic School for members. Upon completion of your Paramedic, you may be eligible for an Associates Degree – Free College education, paid thru FASNY Help Tuition Reimbursement Program – All necessary Firefighting and EMS equipment is provided at no cost to members – LOSAP – Length of Service Awards Program (Pension) (vested after 5 years) – NYS Income Tax Credit ($200) – Use of our Meeting Room for events – Dayroom access 24/7 – Free use of our newly updated weight room! – and much, much more!!!!

Resident of Town of Orchard Park or ajoining town 18 years of age or older

paid on call volunteer firefighter

we have openings available for firefighters.

first responder training provided by us within the first year. class b cdl we will train you as well. at least a minimum of three hours of training each month. probation period of one year,

Firefighter

SFD is looking for individuals who are interested in volunteering, to make a difference in our community

SFD is looking for individuals who live in the Village / Town of Scandinavia, Gear/ Firefighter 1 training will be provided to qualifying candidates.

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.

Volunteer Firefighter

We are looking for eager and ready body people to help serve your community. We are in need of persons to serve and help protect the City of Creola and surrounding areas. This will involve what you are willing and able to do... Firefighting, Pumper Operations, Medical Training and Care, Station and Vehicle Maintenance and more. Are you willing to help?

We provide on hand training and will elevate your knowledge of the City and the knowledge needed to before your duties safely and efficiently. This will all be based on what you are able and willing to do.

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

Volunteer Firefighter/EMT/Support Personnel

Trafford Fire Dept. is looking for motivated men and women to join our VOLUNTEER service. We have multiple positions open; Firefighter, Emergency Medical Technician/Paramedic, Support Technician, Administration, Fund Raising, Etc. There is something here for everyone.

Positive attitude and a desire to help when called upon. No previous training is required; TFD pays for all training. Some positions (but not all) require physical agility. The application process is very easy, and a background check is part of that process. We look forward to hearing from you! Note: Trafford Fire Dept. is proud to be an equal opportunity and drug free organization.

Firefighter

The firefighter is responsible for work performed in combating, extinguishing, and preventing fires, and protection of life and property through firefighting activities and other duties. Duties also include other support services under close supervision of fire officers or other fire department members. Independent judgment is used according to the situation and sometimes-different courses of action must be considered to complete the task

1. Must have high school diploma or GED. 2. Must possess a valid driver’s license issued by the State of TN without revocation or suspension for the last 36 months. 3. Must complete 16 hour Intro to Fire and Emergency Services before responding to emergency calls. 4. Must complete 64 hour Basic Firefighting course before engaging in interior firefighting operations and within 3 years. 5. Must be able to meet OSHA respiratory standard. 6. Must complete FEMA mandate of NIMS courses. 7. Must complete and keep up to date EVOC and VKF driving program.

Firefighters

We are always looking to add good men and women, that are willing to learn and train, to help protect the fine folks of southern DeKalb County.

To complete the proper training, to keep you safe and the guys around you safe. Fill out an application at Crossville Town Hall.

Firefighter

The Medford Volunteer Fire Department in NY is currently looking for applicants who are willing to serve their community as a fire fighter. All equipment and training are supplied by the fire department/ district free of charge! Benefits include: Tuition reimbursement for qualified applicants A free life insurance policy A free annual medical checkup A retirement benefit based on your years of service And most of all the ability to make new people that may become your lifelong friends!!

Must be 18 years old at time of admission to the fire department. Must be a resident of the Medford Fire District.

Firefighter, EMT, Auxiliary, Grant writer

Wolcott Fire Department is an all volunteer fire department started in 1976. We meet on Monday nights at 6:30pm. No experience needed. Training provided for new recruits at the county 45 hour course.

Pass a criminal background check 14-16 cadet program 16-18 Junior program 18- up firefighter

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

Firefighter

The main responsibilities 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.

Will send to York County Fire School if have no training. But if have experience and training, we're looking for: Essentials of Firefighting or equivalent PA Department of Health Basic Vehicle Rescue Technician Hazardous Materials Operations level NIMS

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

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.

Emergency Medical Technician

This is a volunteer position. Emergency Medical Technicians work along side paramedics and other fire department personnel to provide basic life support and transport of ill and injured patients. The fire department will pay for tuition, books and fees to complete training necessary to become an Emergency Medical Technician. Personal protective equipment, medical and communications equipment provided. A commitment to serve is required.

Must live within the fire district. An application process is required. Background check and Maine drivers license is required.

Volunteer Firefighter, EMT, Paramedic

The Bethesda-Chevy Chase Rescue Squad provides an opportunity to be part of the fire and EMS community, respond to 911 emergencies, and provide fire, rescue, and emergency medical services in a major metropolitan environment. BCC volunteers gain experience at all levels of the fire-rescue service, beginning with serving as a charge EMT on an ambulance, all the way up to chief fire officer. The experience is unparalleled, and all training is provided free of charge. Our members most often describe their rescue squad experience as fun, challenging, and rewarding. No initial experience is required. All training is provided free of charge.

Minimum age: Junior members must have reached their 16th birthday, and not yet reached their senior year of high school. Regular applicants must be at least 18 years of age and have completed high school. Medical clearance: All applicants must complete a physical prior to being cleared to ride. The physical is administered by the Montgomery County Fire/Rescue Operational Medical Services, and includes: a vision test, hearing test, chest x-ray, PPD skin test for tuberculosis, a cardiac stress test, blood tests, drug screening, and a physician exam. Criminal background check and fingerprinting: All applicants must undergo a state and federal criminal history check prior to joining. Service commitment: It typically takes 12 to 18 months to complete the probationary period and attain charge EMT status, so the minimum expected commitment is three years of membership. TRAINING REQUIREMENTS Many of our volunteers begin without any fire or EMS training or experience. All volunteers begin as probationary members until minimum training requirements are met. Once the probationary period is complete, volunteers may choose to gain additional training in emergency medical services, fire/rescue services, or both. All training is provided free of charge. All volunteers begin as probationary members. The probationary period is time-intensive, as members gain experience and meet federal, state, county, and rescue squad training requirements. ON DUTY REQUIREMENTS The basic duty requirement: Shortly after you join, you will be assigned to a night crew and (with one exception) will stand duty the same night each week. When assigning you, the Rescue Squad will make every effort to honor your preference for a specific night crew, but we also seek to keep the crews balanced. Your basic duty requirement will be a 12-hour shift once a week from 7 pm until 7 am. During this period, you are at the station and responding to emergency calls. Night crew members have the same duty night every week, with the following exception: to ensure that no crew is forced to stand duty every Saturday night, we do not have a Satuday night crew. Instead, each sixth week, a "Roving" crew will take your normal duty night. You, in turn, will stand duty on Saturday night and into Sunday day. Sound confusing? Don’t worry, logistics such as this will be explained after you are accepted into the Rescue Squad. Junior members have a shorter duty shift, from 7 pm – 11 pm on school nights. Junior Members who do not have school the next day are encouraged to spend the night at the Rescue Squad to further their experience and training. The weekend duty requirement: Probationary members are required to stand two 5-hour weekend duty shifts (10 hours, total) every two months. Weekend duty shifts are 8am to 1pm, and 1pm to 6pm Saturdays, Sundays, and most federal holidays. Members sign up in advance for the weekend duty shifts every two months, so they may tailor weekend duty to their schedules. Privates and above are required to stand four 5-hour weekend duty shifts each period. Additional duties include participation in the annual open house (Rescue Day), cleanups in the spring and fall, and Christmas tree sales. FUNDRAISING Fundraising is the lifeblood of our organization because we do not take any direct tax money from Montgomery County. Our funds are raised from individual donors, businesses, and foundations, and are the basis of our annual operating budget. Every member for the first ten years of membership must participate in our annual fundraising drive. Every member is given a quota. It is not difficult to raise the quota but it does take additional time. For members who have been here for more than a year, there are incentive deductions. The more qualified you become, and the more emergency calls you run, the smaller your quota. Junior members do not do Fall Drive.

Volunteer Firefighter

Volunteer membership is available to citizens at least 18 years of age who are willing to donate their time and talents to helping the community. Membership categories are available for those who wish to pursue firefighting and Emergency Medical Service (EMS) activities, Fire Ground Support, and those who wish to help with administrative, fund raising and non-fire activities of the department. Applicants for membership must undergo a background check and physical exam provided by the department before acceptance.

Applicants for membership must be at lease 18 years of age, undergo a background check and physical exam provided by the department before acceptance.

Firefighter

The Underhill Jericho Fire Department is looking for self motivated individuals who are interested in Emergency Services and helping their community. We have a need for Firefighters. The position requires attending weekly department training's on Tuesday Nights and the occasional Saturday. In addition responding to emergency calls when ever they happen.

Be able to pass a standard medical examination. Be able to attend the weekly Tuesday Night training's. Be able to respond to emergency calls. Willingness to Learn.

Firefighter

The Olympia Volunteer Fire Department is searching for members for all functions within the department. From fire suppression to support we are searching for motivated individuals to give back to the community.

Motivated individuals looking to give back to the community.

Firefighter

Are you looking for a new challenge? Please check into joining The Black River Falls Fire Department as a paid per call volunteer! We are seeking individuals that are service and community-oriented and have a passion for helping others. A Firefighter serves the City of Black River Falls and surrounding townships by responding to a wide variety of incidents, ranging from emergencies that immediately threaten life or property to routine citizen requests for assistance, to prevent and minimize the loss of life and property by fire or other hazards. This position is a paid per-call volunteer position. This is not an employment contract and is subject to change at any time under the Fire Chief's discretion. To maintain proficiency as a Firefighter, a Firefighter is expected to respond to incident calls, attend weekly training, and attend business meetings. Still, the Department recognizes that family and employment will, at times, need to have priority over responding to incident calls, attending training, and/or attending business meetings. Applications are available at the Black River Falls Fire Department 30 South Water Street Black River Falls, WI

• High School Diploma, GED or HSED. • Must be at least eighteen (18) years of age; • Have a valid driver's license; Special Requirements: • Live or work within the geographic area served by the Department • Must possess or obtain a Fire Fighter I certification and must have completed or will complete an emergency driver/operator class, all within twenty-four (24) months of becoming a member of the Department; (BRFFD will assist you in achieving these qualifications) • Must successfully pass a physical agility test, health assessment, drug screening, background investigation, and any other tests or evaluations required by the Black River Falls Fire Department;

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!

Looking for Volunteers Trained or untrained

Looking for Volunteer EMTs, Firefighters, Drivers and Driver Pump Operators and administrative support personnel to improve our response to emergency calls

Be drug, Alcohol free without any criminal history. Willing to learn and being available for emergency calls.

Firefighters and EMTs

We are a volunteer fire department with opportunities for people interested in firefighting, EMS or both. Training and equipment are provided.

Be enthusiastic, be ready to learn new things and be willing to help people. Reside in the town of Glocester, RI. Be at least 18 years of age, have a valid RI driver's license and pass a national BCI check.

Firefighter / EMT / Supporter

Bentley FIre Department located 8 miles NW of Wichita We are always in constant need for hard working individuals that would like to join our team and gain certifications. BFD runs Fire/Rescue and First response medical calls.

*Dedication *Desire to serve and help others in their time of need *Hard working *Willing to work as a team member *Certifications are not required to join the department, we will train no matter your experience. We just want great people to join

Fire fighter

Your community needs volunteers to help protect serve and volunteer.

High school diploma,background check and transportation to run calls.

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, Junior Firefighter, EMT, Fundraising, Department Support

We are looking for volunteers who would like to be trained 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, workers compensation, life insurance, death benefits, line of duty benefits, helicopter transport, some county tax relief (if live in county) and social events for all active members. We are also looking for department support with fundraising (planning, assisting with cooking, bingo, set up, and take down of events, etc), community education, recruitment, advertising and clerical duties. Will train. Opportunities are available at all eight volunteer fire and rescue companies in Culpeper County, Virginia.

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

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 - Volunteer

Cherryville Fire Department is a NC Class 4 department located in Gaston County of North Carolina. Our department serves a population of 5700 in an area of 5.5 square miles. We operate a combination department with 9 full-time members and 35 part-time/volunteer members. We average 1500 calls for service each year to include Fire, EMS and all areas of Community Service. We have a Nationally Recognized Junior Firefighter Program that works in a supportive role that is critical to our operation.

At least 16 years of age (Junior Program) NC Drivers License Ability to serve 6 Month Probationary Period with required attendance standards Physically Fit and ability to pass annual health screening Ability to obtain North Carolina Firefighter Certification based on probationary requirements Ability to commit to serve the citizens of our City

Firefighter

Serve in your community fire/rescue service.

Minimum 18 years old Willingness to learn Willingness to respond to emergencies Ability to practice teamwork Share and help with fundraising efforts

FF/EMT

Looking for caring and dedicated people to help out a small community. We do about 250 runs a year.

State certified in EMS and vol.firefighter.

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.

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

Riverdale Heights is a 100% Volunteer station. Come and join our family.

No experience necessary. We will train you.

Jr. Firefighter (ages 14-17)

The Unicoi Volunteer Fire Department is currently seeking new Jr. Firefighter Recruits. This is a volunteer only position designed for ages 14-17 years old. Duties would include, but not limited to, participation in required training monthly and yearly to include any/all new recruit training requirements for Jr. Firefighter members, perform entry level firefighter tasks (non-hazardous) under direct supervision from fire officers, attend monthly meeting when available, use volunteer time with the department to count toward any required community service hours needed to graduate high school. more information will be provided upon inquiring.

- be at least 14-17 y/o - physically/mentally fit for firefighter duties - no experience necessary, will provide required training to Jr. Firefighter Level - more info to be provided upon inquiring.

Volunteer Firefighter

Protects life and property by performing fire fighting, emergency aid and prevention duties withen our community.

Graduation from high school or GED equivalent 18 years of age or older and a resident of the community Must be able to obtain by end of the probationary period a valid Oregon Dtate Driver's license No felony convictions or disqualifying criminal histories withen the past seven years Ability to read and write the English language Ability to meet Departmental physical standards Must pass a drug test.

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.

Fire Auxiliary Volunteer- Fire Protection, Prevention and Education

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.

Volunteer Firefighter/ EMT

Interior Firefighter Emergency Medical Technician -Basic

Call for requirements!

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.

Volunteer Firefighter

Come be a part of something bigger when you join us to help keep your community safe.

No experience necessary the Columbia Falls Fire Department will provide all the training you need.

Volunteer Firefighters

Challenge on............take that step! VOLUNTEER! Contact us to see what it's all about. Shelbyville Fire and Rescue is actively seeking men and women that live in our community to join our department. If you have a desire to serve your community and you meet our requirements, contact us to fill out an application. No experience is necessary. All training is provided, personal protective equipment is provided, volunteers receive a small stipend for response and training, Training is conducted on Thursday evenings with some Saturday and weekend training throughout.

- Must be 18 years of age - Shall have a high school diploma, state recognized equivalent, or be enrolled working on such documents - Must have own transportation to and from fire department functions - Must complete an application - Must be without a felony record and fewer than two misdemeanors

Volunteer Firefighter or Auxiliary Member

Volunteer firefighter could be Interior structural firefighter, Exterior only support firefighter, Wildland firefighter, EMT, or Auxiliary member. Most anyone can help their community through the fire district in one way or another.

18 years old or older, 21 to drive. Contact us and we can get you any further information. We will outfit you with gear and train you.

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 Firefighter Recruit

The Highview Fire District relies heavily on volunteer firefighters. These men and women come from all walks of life, but all have one thing in common – at a moments notice, they put their lives on the line for their community. Our members include engineers, mechanics, painters, plumbers, police officers, and students. If you have the desire to serve your community and you meet our requirements, GEAR UP WE HAVE ROOM FOR YOU. Once you are accepted into our volunteer firefighter recruit program, you will be put through 18 plus weeks of intensive training. You will be given the knowledge and the tools necessary to perform at the scene of an emergency. Once you have successfully completed the recruit program, you will be provided with standard issue firefighting gear and uniforms. You will also become eligible for our incentive programs. The Highview Fire Protection District accepts lateral transfers as well. Provided your training records are up to date, you will be tested on your knowledge and put through a familiarization course on Highview apparatus and Standard Operating Procedures. You will soon be accepted as a Highview firefighter.

BASIC REQUIREMENTS TO BECOME A HIGHVIEW FIREFIGHTER You must be 18 years of age and possess a valid Kentucky driver’s license. You must live within the boundaries of the Highview Fire Protection District. You must have a good legal standing. You must be in good physical condition.

Volunteer EMT

Established in 1953, the Jackson Township First Aid Squad is a volunteer-staffed EMS agency which provides 9-1-1 ambulance service to Jackson Township every evening between the hours of 6 pm and 5 am every day, 365 days a year. Every year the Squad answers approximately 2,000 calls for service, and transports more than 1,000 patients to area hospitals. A 501(c)(3) tax exempt, non-profit corporation, the Squad is almost wholly supported by donations and does not bill for its ambulance transports. Many of the 60+ members of the Squad are New Jersey Department of Health certified Emergency Medical Technicians, who are fully qualified to provide basic life support services. Several members hold higher qualifications, including paramedics and nurses. The Squad's members staff five duty crews, which operate out of our building on East Veteran's Highway. During duty hours, two ambulances are continuously staffed to provide emergency response. The Squad's members together donate thousands of hours to serving the people of Jackson Township. On an annual basis, members respond to varied calls, from those requiring CPR, to motor vehicle accidents, to sick children, to fall victims. The Squad also provides mutual aid to surrounding towns, and supports Jackson's four fire districts by responding to fire calls to provide EMS support.

Minimum 18 Must have a Drivers license Must be of good moral character Must be in good physical and mental health No Experience needed on the job training provided

Volunteer Firefighter

We are a small rural fire department serving the needs of our close-knit community. We invite you to make a difference, meet new people, learn new skills, and join us!

No experience required. We offer training each month and you may also attend classes at the NH Fire Academy.

Firefighter / Responder

We are seeking individuals to volunteer. Our department has abound 160 calls for service a year.

No experience necessary, we will help you get all applicable certifications. Plus for NFPA 1403, Firefighter, hazmat, Driver Operator

Volunteer Firefighter

The Leetsdale Fire Department is an all volunteer agency that is always looking for new, dedicated volunteers. There are many rolls to fill within our organization. Not all of them involve firefighting. Whatever your level of interest is, there is an opportunity available for you. Stop by the firehouse on any Monday night to see what we do and how you can help.

The only requirement is a willingness to participate. Training is free. The Leetsdale Fire Department will support you as far as you want to go.

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Firefighters emts fire department support

18 years or older lives in Littleville or close

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Come do something different be a vol. Firefighter

None but time

Volunteer Firefighter and Auxilliary Mbrs

Siuslaw Valley Fire and Rescue covers approximately 120 square miles and protects approximately 17,000 people. Our agency is trained to provide structural and wildland fire protection, emergency rescue, including auto accident extrication, missing persons and OHV vehicle rescue. Our agency has a Zodiak rescue boat providing water rescue on our many lakes and assisting the Coast Guard with emergency services on the Siuslaw River. Wildland training is becoming more prominent and we are involved with more paid conflagrations to hot spots throughout the west. We respond with Western Lane Ambulance to providing back-up emergency medical response. Our agency is the host agency for the Western Lane Emergency Operations Group, providing disaster awareness, community education, and disaster response management. We are now giving EMR and CPR Classes on a as needed basis. We work with other departments and train them as well. Last year, we offered an EMT class and gave out 9 scholarships to our volunteer firefighters. We are growing and in the process and currently in an administrative collaboration with our local ambulance service and working towards becoming one entity. Fire Prevention is a major objective of our organization with ongoing inspections, insuring required fire protection systems in commercial buildings are maintained to the required standards. We provide necessary fire prevention education to our local schools. There are many military veterans working as volunteers and full-time members with Siuslaw Valley Fire and Rescue. Every one of our full-time members were volunteers in the past. Training, Uniforms, and Turnouts are provided. There's a retirement fund and you are paid to go on calls too. Volunteers receive a stipend for their training, incidents and events to participate in. Also, partial cell phone stipends. Vounteering at the department is also possible. We have different opportunities in these non-combat positions.

What qualifications do I need to become a Volunteer firefighter? Prospective volunteers must be at least 18 years of age and live in the proximity of the city of Florence and posses a valid drivers license. Must be able to attend weekly, Tuesday morning or night drills. If you are not in the local area, there are 2 other departments we work with and you have a good opportunity to work there as well. Military Veterans are welcome.

Firefighters Needed

Help your neighbors, serve your community, and become part of a great team! Wilkins Twp VFC #3 is looking for passionate individuals to become volunteer firefighters. We provide all the training you'll need; you provide the motivation and willingness to learn. To learn more, stop by any Thursday evening between 7-9 pm and we will be happy to show you the ropes, or reach out to schedule some time to see the station. Come be part of something larger than yourself at Wilkins #3!

Must be 18+ (firefighters) or 16-17 (junior firefighters) Willingness to learn and attend fire school (free training!) Be able to pass a criminal background check Must have or be able to obtain clearances

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.

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Interior firefighter

Healthy, able to pass NJ firefighter 1 requirements. Willing and able to help others.

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

In need of someone who is willing to serve the temp of Wallace and make a difference.

16 years or older. Driver’s license Clean background

Firefighter AND Firefighter/EMT

• 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 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 firefighter and/or EMT standards. • Learn and apply technical information pertaining to fire fighting. • Assist in performing protective 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. • Establish and maintain effective working relationships with co-workers, supervisors, and the general public; to work effectively as a team member. • Perform necessary maintenance, testing and care of fire hoses, trucks, ladders, and auxiliary equipment and apparatus. • Perform community service activities.

Must be at least 16 years old with valid driver's license. We will send you to class that fits your schedule to get your certification if desired.

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 Firefighter Live-in (College Student or Graduate)

Volunteer Firefighter Live-In Program - Join as a member, live at the Station - for more information, www.newkingstownfire.com

Interior Qualification, FF1, EMT (preferred), Vehicle Rescue

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

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;

Volunteer Firefighters and Support Personnel

Volunteer firefighters and support personnel wanted! Volunteer Firefighters - Certified as EXTERIOR/Wildland Firefighters initially. Support Personnel - Rehab Services to crews (water, drinks, food, etc.) during incidents. Water Tender Operators - Operate district water tenders during fire responses.

Clean, Valid Arizona Driving License/Record Pass Medical and Drug Screen Pass Background Investigation Complete 65 Hours of Initial Training Participate in Monthly Training Sessions Be Willing to Respond to Emergencies

Firefighter

The mission of the Marathon Volunteer Fire Dept. is to protect and preserve the lives and property of the citizens in the Marathon Texas area, while maintaining the highest standards of professionalism, efficiency, and effectiveness

You must be a US Citizen or permanent legal resident over the age of 18 in good health. Our department performs background checks on all applications. You must be able to obtain a Class B Texas License with Firefighter endorcement.

Firefighter

We are looking for people that want to learn a new skill and be part of a family. That want to give back to the community

Must be at least 18 years old

Volunteer Firefighters

We are looking for people within our community to join us as Volunteer Firefighters! Our Department meets every Tuesday night, from 7pm to 9pm, for training, drills and meetings. We are a small district, averaging only 100 calls a year - so the time commitment required easily fits into your hectic home, work, school or family life! Stop by any Tuesday night to introduce yourself and see what we are all about!

1) The ability and desire to serve your community as a Volunteer! 2) The ability to attend meetings and training every Tuesday night from 7pm to 9pm. 3) The desire to LEARN! No previous experience is necessary! Everything you need to know to become a successful Volunteer Firefighter will be provided for you! Volunteers are welcome to go as far as they like with their training! You can be a driver/operator, and exterior-only firefighter, an interior firefighter, an Emergency Medical Technician or Certified First Responder, or any combination of these things. Its completely up to you!

Volunteer Fire Fighter

Riley County is seeking interested community minded individuals to provide fire fighting skills in the event of an emergency. We have 15 stations that protect all 608 sq.miles of the county using the 46 apparatus available. Members are afforded a small stipend per response.

Valid Drivers License, Must be at least 18 years of age, must be able to fulfill the tasks required by the job description with reasonable accommodations. Successful applicant will be required to submit to a pre-employment drug test.

Call Firefighters

The South Portland Fire Department is a progressive ISO Class 1 combination department (staffed both with full time and on call members). We currently have a need for additional Call Firefighters for our two Call Stations. One is the Willard Engine and Ladder Company on Pillsbury Street and the other is the Thornton Heights Engine Company on Union Street. Call Firefighters supplement the on duty crews at large events such as structure fires, hazmat incidents, vehicle extricating, specialized rescues or during large storms.

All training required is provided but any previous experience is desired. Must be 18 years old, have a valid Maine drivers license with no significant traffic history or any criminal convictions and have a Diploma or GED. Must complete the Maine BLS Basic Firefighter Course in 12 months. We do have student firefighter positions for age 16-17, but must be current students with good academic standing.

Firefighter

Currently seeking members who want to serve their community. No training/experience necessary. We provide all training.

Must be 18 years old

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

Firefighters are our front line men and women. They will be issued property protective equipment and radio equipment, and have the option to receive alerts via their cell phone. They will respond to fires of all kinds, investigations, medical emergencies, traffic accidents, and others. We will provide the necessary training as well as make additional training available to interested candidates. Nearly all of our fire personnel are also trained as Emergency Medical Responders or higher.

Ability to pass a background check. Ability to pass a drug check. Ability to pass a DMV driving check. Ability to stay calm and work effectively in stressful scenarios. Must be 18 years old, or 16 with parental consent to join under the cadet program.

Associate

Associate Members are a group of volunteers assisting the Leander Fire Department and community in various ways. They provide rehabilitation services to the firefighters and on-scene crew, including; hydration, rest schedules, accountability and assist EMS crews during emergencies. They assist in making sure all personnel are able to perform their job safely while in extreme circumstances. They also provide full rehabilitation support during training programs. The Associates also help staff local community event functions including the Leander Fire Department Fall Fun Festival, Firefighter for a Day, Fire Station Birthday Parties and other community outreach events. The Cadet and Citizens Fire Academy graduations are hosted by the Associates as well. This is a chance to serve your community and become part of a family that makes Leander a safer place. Associates meet on a loose every other month schedule with the option of attending Firefighter or EMS training as well as VFD board meetings. Position related training is provided to members. No prior experience is required, just an appreciation of the community and the fire department and a willingness to help. All volunteers represent our department therefore we do have an application process, but if you have a heart for volunteering, please join us! We can use many talents here at LFD!

Must be 18 or older • Must possess a valid driver’s license and auto liability insurance • Must have good driving record • Must have no felony convictions • Must be in good physical condition • Provide a copy of Driver’s License and Immunization Records with application No other experience necessary except a great attitude and desire to impact your community. We can help you learn everything else!

Firefighter / EMT

Under general supervision of superior officers, engages in fire suppression, emergency medical services, rescue, fire prevention activities to protect life and property; operates and maintain fire fighting apparatus and equipment; set up hoses, ladders and use of equipment to help mitigate emergency situations. Participates in fire trainings and manipulative drills, the study of firefighting science and techniques; maintenance of facilities and other related work as required. This position is also responsible to ensure that the Manual of Procedures, City of South Lyon Personnel Manual, and all department directives are adhered to.

DISTINGUISHING CHARACTERISTICS, FEATURES, REQUIREMENTS This is a paid-on-call position requiring significant physical ability and mental alertness. Requires the ability to respond and work unique hours and contribute to a team approach in carrying out the duties and mission of the department. Incumbents must be at least eighteen (18) years of age. IMPORTANT AND ESSENTIAL DUTIES Responds to all alarms for fire, hazardous materials and emergency medical services with designated equipment while on call as directed; connects and lays hose lines, enters burning structures with lines, operates nozzles, carries, raises and climbs ladders. As assigned, drives fire apparatus (must be Engineer Certified), locating it at a fire; connects to fire hydrant, operates pumps to maintain desired pressures to support fire suppression activities. Must be able to use department equipment as designed to prevent, control and mitigate emergency situations. As a Medical First Responder (MFR), provides emergency medical services as required and performs light to heavy rescue functions at emergencies. Performs fire prevention activities, company level inspections as assigned and participates in public education for members and groups in the community. Employees hired after July 1, 2011 shall be required to obtain and maintain Emergency Medical Technician, or higher, licensure in the State of Michigan Conducts themselves in accordance with the department’s code of conduct and displays the attributes of a firefighter with integrity on and off duty. JOB-RELATED QUALIFICATIONS Knowledge of: A. The basic skills of firefighting, methods and techniques used in modern firefighting, commensurate with the Michigan State Firefighter’s Training Council Firefighter II certification, for protection of life and property and how to render medical aid as required in accordance with the Medical First Responder licensure as adopted within the State of Michigan. Ability to: B. Learn the location of streets, addresses, hydrants and mains; learn and maintain proficiency in basic first aid techniques; demonstrate physical endurance, agility, dexterity, and strength necessary to perform required duties; understand and act in accordance with department rules, policies and standard operating procedures and demonstrate skill in applying these toward specific situations; analyze fire and driving situations and adopt effective courses of action for them; establish and maintain effective working relationships with others; understand and carry out both verbal and written directions in emergency and non-emergency situations; demonstrate the ability to perform in a manner that protects the interests of the community and department. C. Performs other such duties as may be required or assigned. V. EDUCATION AND TRAINING GUIDELINES Any combination equivalent to experience and education that could likely provide the required knowledge, skills and abilities would be qualifying. A typical way would be: Education: A. Graduation from high school or GED equivalent. B. Additional college level courses are highly desirable. C. Michigan Fire Fighters Training Council i. Firefighter I & II ii. Hazardous Materials Awareness & Operations iii. Drivers Training D. National Incident Management System i. 100, 200, 700, 800 Experience: E. Prior firefighting and emergency medical experience or certification by the State of Michigan, such as Firefighter II and MFR is highly desirable, but not always required. Actual experience and / or skills desired may be waived by the Fire Chief based on the department's needs and ability of the candidate. ESSENTIAL JOB REQUIREMENTS A. Normal hearing and vision, or correctable to a normal level: possess physical strength, endurance, agility; produce extreme effort and energy for periods of time in highly stressful situations, retaining presence of mind, working as a team member to abate an emergency. Operate heavy equipment in accordance with traffic laws while demonstrating manual dexterity and safety for all concerned. B. Ability to sit, stand, walk, kneel, crouch, squat, stoop, reach, crawl, twist, climb and lift 150 lbs.; exposure to cold, heat, extreme noise, outdoors confining work space, electrical hazards, vibration, chemicals, dust, toxic waste, mechanical hazards and explosive materials. Attends night meetings both on and off-duty as assigned and performs public speaking for the Department. LICENSES, CERTIFICATES, REGISTRATION A. Possession of a valid Michigan driver’s License with an acceptable driving record as prescribed by this department. Valid Michigan certificate as a Firefighter II and Medical First Responder (Emergency Medical Technician if hired after July 1, 2011), or higher, license in the State of Michigan within one year of appointment.

Firefighter, EMT, Fire Police

The East Herkimer Volunteer Fire Department is looking for volunteers. Meetings are held on the 2nd Tuesday of every month, two training nights; one during the week and one on the weekend. For anyone interested please contact us. We will be more than happy to meet you and provide all the information you would like to know about the department, get your application underway.

-18 to qualify for full active member -must live or work in the district or neighboring district -Screened for an arson background check and sexual predator -Must fill out application and return with $5.00 NOTE: These are only basic requirements. For more information please contact us.

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.

DCFD Volunteer Firefighter/ EMT/ Mission Support

The Dunn's Corners Fire Department 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 and we are ALWAYS looking for new members! Join today!!!! For more information, come by the fire house, give us a call, or check us out online at dunnscornersfire.com.

16+ Years of Age Minimum Successfully Pass NCIC Background Check Willingness to learn and train!

Firefighter

Firefighter (training will be provided)

Pass Drug screen willing to volunteer

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, EMT, First Responder

To serve the community and learn to be a team member. We will train you and provide your equipment.

Follow the Rules, Bylaws, and SOG's. Motivated and be willing to learn!

Volunteer Firefighter

Will be responsible for providing residential and commercial fire suppression duties, automobile accident response and patient extrication, hazardous materials response to the operations level, assisting EMS crews on scenes, provide technical rope rescue services, and off-road rescue services.

Must be 18 years of age at time of application. Must be drug free. Must be alcohol free. High School Graduate or GED. Associate Degree in Fire Science Preferred but NOT REQUIRED! Emergency Medical Responder, Emergency Medical Technician, or Paramedic Licensure preferred but NOT REQUIRED! Must have a good moral compass. Must be willing to help others. Must be willing to place self in harms way for the welfare of others. Must understand that this position is 100% Volunteer and non-compensatory. Obtain 20 hours of initial training prior to being eligible to response. Obtain 150 hours of training as mandated by the KY Fire Commission within 2 years of employment. Obtain 400 hours of training and/or IFSAC certification within the first 5 years of employment. Maintain certification requirements per KY Fire Commission and/or KY Board of Emergency Medical Services Requirements. Be willing to follow orders from line officers and Chief officers.

Paid-on-call firefighter

We are a small community located between Lansing, MI and Grand Rapids, MI. We provide fire, extrication, Haz-Mat response to our community. We do no EMS. Looking to increase our current staffing of 20. We provide all equipment and training.

We require you to pass a criminal background check as well as a physical, both at our expense.

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

FIRE POLICE

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

Age 18 or older, Drivers License. Attend a Fire Police and Highway Safety training course within 12 months upon being accepted as a member. Training & gear is provided free of charge. 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--EMT--Rescue Technician

Looking for strong minded individuals willing to help their community by becoming a part of our team to save lives and property.

Any professional training in the Emergency Services is welcomed but training will be provided. All you need is the right attitude to serve 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

Volunteer Firefighter/EMT's Wanted

Branchville Vol. Fire Company is a thriving engine and ambulance company located in College Park, MD. Be part of one of the busiest engine companies in Prince George's County. Our first due area consistently produces some of the most diverse, exciting, and complicated calls in the region. At Branchville, you don't just join a fire company - you join a close-knit family. Here, you'll make some of the closest friends in your lifetime. We also hold many social events throughout the year for our members. However, our top priority is expediently and competently assisting our citizens in an emergency.

Be 18 years or older and willing to complete firefighter and EMT training provided free at charge. There is a monthly volunteer requirement of 24 hours for all active members to come to the station and ride. Contact one of our Membership Committee members and schedule your New Member Orientation today!

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.

Firefighter/EMT

The North Sioux City volunteer Fire Department is always on the lookout for good people ( men or women) wanting to serve our community.

Must live in or very near the Dakota Valley school district, must be 18 years of age, and in good health.

Firefighter

The Volunteer Firefighter will be under the supervision of the designated fire officer. This employee responds to emergency situations, preventing and suppressing fires, rescuing persons from danger or entrapment, controlling hazards material emergency incidents and providing emergency medical care when necessary. Maintaining the fire station and all equipment as well as conducting fire safety education with the public is also required.

No previous experience is required. Must have a high school diploma or GED and a valid Kansas Driver's License. The fire department will provide the training needed for the Volunteer Firefighter.

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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

Firefighter or Firefighter / EMCT or Firefighter / CEP and Wildland Firefighter

Do you have what it takes to help safeguard Saint David? We're looking for professionals who are willing to donate their time and energy to provide fire protection and emergency medical service to the Saint David area! If you're just looking for a hat, badge and t-shirt or to speed with lights and sirens, then this is NOT the place to look. We only want individuals who are SERIOUS about serving the Saint David and surrounding area.

PREFERENCE: Firefighter 1/2 -- AZ EMCT or CEP -- Wildland Firefighter 1/2 or higher -- Prior FF, Wildland FF, EMT, or Military service REQUIREMENTS: 18 year old +, firefighter-specific physical & respiratory function test, criminal background check, drug test and live within 15 minutes of the station (may be waived by the chief) * Complete your task book within one year * Minimum attendance requirements for training * Complete required individual training each year

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.

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/EMT Firefighter/EMT Trainee

GTFD is a paid on call fire department. we cover 36 sq miles and offer our residents medical, fire, and rescue services along with auto aid with our other local departments for structure fires. We are looking for trained firefighters/emt basics. We are also willing to to train people for these postions with the department. If you would like more info or and app please contact Chief Kirkbride at 616-485-5925 for more info.

firefighter 1 and 2 Hazmat Ops EMT Basic. willing to train in these areas.

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.

Firefighters

Looking for active firefighters

Will provide trining If you have Conn FF 1, minimum for active ff Also support memberships No training requirements

Administrative / Support Personnel

The San Diego Volunteer Fire Department is looking for dependable men / women to volunteer their time. Admin / support Members assist with a variety of non-emergent calls, perform station admin roles, duties and various paperwork.

18 plus years of age (Preferred) (Ages 14-17 years of age are welcome under our Junior Member Program ) No prior training or experience needed.

Paid Firefighter/EMT

East Spencer Fire Department seeks highly motivated, qualified applicants for the position of Part Time Paid Firefighter. Application period open Feb 1, 2016 until filled. Applications can be picked up and dropped off M-F 9am to 5pm at East Spencer Fire Department... 201 S. Long St East Spencer, NC 28039

-18 yrs or older -Possession of HS Diploma or GED -NC Firefighter Certified -NC EMT Certified -NC EVD or ability to obtain -Valid NC Driver License(Class B Preferred) -Ability to pass a pre-employment background check and drug screen. -NIMS Certification(100, 200, 700's) or ability to obtain. -Be of good moral character with a desire to learn and progress in today's Fire Service. Application period open Feb 1, 2016 until filled. Applications can be picked up and dropped off M-F 9am to 5pm at East Spencer Fire Department... 201 S. Long St East Spencer, NC 28039

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.

Volunteer Firefighter/EMT/Paramedic

We are a small volunteer department in Eastern Portage County that serves Charlestown Township and the majority of West Branch State Park. We train on Monday evenings from 1830-2130(ish). Our fleet consists of an Engine, Tanker and Mini-Rescue. We average around 220 calls a year. We first respond to all EMS alarms and are contracted with Ravenna City who handles all of our EMS transports. We prefer those with training/experience but are also willing to send you to school when available with some stipulations. We also prefer those that live in the Township or within a 10 minute response to the station (neighboring communities).

1. Must be 18 years old or over 2. Must have a valid OHIO drivers license 3. Prefer residents or those who live in neighboring communities (10 minute response time to station) 4. High school diploma 5. Must pass background check 6. Preference to those how hold certificates for FFI or FFII, EMT or Paramedic 7. Will send to class to get certifications with some stipulations

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

Volunteer Firefighter/EMT

Answer calls, do fire prevention/education. Respond to all types of calls including medical first respons

IFSAC Firefighter I minimum Kansas EMT-B within 1 year of finishing recruit classes. Staff a minimum of 24 hours monthly not including night time staffing. Assist with Derby Special Events. Live within 30 minutes of a Derby Fire Station

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.

Firefighter / EMS/ Support

We are currently seeking volunteers to join the New Durham Fire Department. We are a small volunteer/call department and are always on the cutting edge of technology from protective gear to EMS equipment and even Drones for operational support. Our department averages approximately 1 call a day. We compensate hourly for Emergency calls, in house training and work details.

Must live within 10 minute drive of the station. If you want to be a Firefighter or EMS professional we will pay the cost of the training class and certification fees. If you do not wish to be a Firefighter or EMT we can still use your help. We will train you and get you certified in other areas such as traffic control. When you perform jobs such as this it creates a safer scene for us to work and frees up certified Firefighters and licensed EMS personnel to perform other duties such as fire extinguishment and patient care. There are many jobs that need to be done and the more help we have the easier and safer it is both for our personnel and the public.

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.

Fire Fighter/EMT

Responds to emergencies and performs fire suppression activities, rescue, damage control and property preservation. Provides pre-hospital care to patients. Performs with limited supervision through Department Standard Operating Guidelines and established protocols and directives. Maintains a state of readiness of facilities and equipment by scheduled inspections, cleaning, testing and maintenance. Promotes health and safety of the department and community through education. Performs related work as required.

1. High school diploma, equivalent, or over 18 years of age AND enrolled in High School. 2. Ability to understand and carry out written and verbal instructions. 3. Ability to establish and maintain an effective working relationship with co-workers and function as a team member. 4. Must be able to perform functions as detailed in the Firefighting and EMS General Description of Duties document. 5. Shall possess, and maintain, a valid drivers license as issued by the State of Iowa. 6. Shall possess and maintain an Iowa Fire Fighter I certification within twelve months of hire

Volunteer Firefighters and volunteer EMT's. Live-in Firefighter positions

We are a combination department providing Fire, Rescue and EMS transport to over 82 square mile of Allen County, Indiana. We operate four stations and approx 20 pieces of apparatus. We have volunteer positions available at each of our stations and also offer a live-in program where volunteers can live for free in a fully furnished apartment at one of stations.

We provide Firefighter I&II training and will reimburse members who successfully complete an EMT course. Candidates must live within a reasonable distance from one of our stations.

Reserve firefighter, firefighter recruit, EMT

Looking for individuals willing to serve the City of Munford as Reserve Firefighters in a volunteer status. Experience and training will accelerate the orientation and training process, but the department will provide training to candidates without training and experience.

Candidates must pass a physical agility test, must have three positive references, must pass a criminal history background check. Within one year of acceptance, candidates must complete either the 64-hour essentials of firefighting class or Advanced EMT (at candidate's expense). Reserve members are required to complete a minimum of 24 non-consecutive hours of Reserve time each month. Recruits are expected to complete additional hours for training and orientation.

Volunteer Firefighter/First Responder

White Plains Volunteer Fire Department needs a volunteer to join the department,If you are 18 years or older and live in the White Plains District "We Want You" to come by the station and put in a application.No Experience we will get you trained as a volunteer firefighter and medical responder if you choose.You can stop by the station on Tuesday nights at 7:00pm or anytime someone is there or send a message on our FaceBook page to get a application.Please like and share this information..Thanks.

18 years of age or older,application requires a N.C. DMV Driving Record and Background Check

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, Jr. Firefighter, EMT, Jr. EMS, fire Police

Why Volunteer? * Have you ever heard a siren or seen a fire engine – and wondered what was happening? * Have you ever witnessed or come upon a motor vehicle accident – and wished you could help? * Have you been there when someone was stricken with sudden illness – and wanted to assist? * Are you looking for new lifelong friendships, challenges and rewards? * Do you want to become involved in your community? * Are you an empty nester or retiree eager to learn new skills and meet new people? * There is the sense of accomplishment when you control a building fire, joy and elation when a child is born, compassion for accident victims, and fulfillment from teaching fire safety. * The bottom line in our business is measured by the loss of life, pain and suffering, and the property damage we have prevented and reduced. Volunteering in emergency services is one of the most important decisions you may make. We hope that you give this decision the time and serious consideration it deserves, and decide to join our ranks. The fire and EMS service is one of the most diverse and challenging vocations today. It is this diversity that attracts most men and women to join our ranks. Different people volunteer for different reasons. Action oriented people enjoy the excitement and adrenaline rush that emergency services has to offer. Some see the volunteer fire & EMS service as an alternative to ‘driving a desk by day’ – by allowing them to ‘drive a fire truck or ambulance at night!’ Many like the feeling they get when they help people in their time of need and some feel it’s their obligation to serve the community. Yet others just want to belong to the team. Whatever motivates you to volunteer – everyone gains the self-satisfaction of being at their best when others are dealing with what is often the worst that life has to offer. Imagine having to prepare yourself to cope with situations that range from structure fires to childbirth to hazardous chemical spills to heart attacks to almost any imaginable emergency in between. This diversity is coupled with the fact that these skills may be needed at any time of the day or night, seven days a week, in any kind of weather, and very often under potentially stressful and emotional circumstances. Yet these same factors contribute to our profession being so personally rewarding. The personal rewards and satisfaction received from what we do is often beyond description. There is the sense of accomplishment when you control a building fire, joy and elation when a child is born, compassion for accident victims, and fulfillment from teaching fire safety. The bottom line in our business is measured by the loss of life, pain and suffering, and the property damage we have prevented and reduced. Volunteering in emergency services is one of the most important decisions you may make. We hope that you give this decision the time and serious consideration it deserves, and decide to join our ranks.

We provide training, schooling, incentive, LOSAP, Uniforms, gear, Volunteer Tuition Credit Program, State Firemen’s Relief Association,

Firefighter

The McGregor Volunteer Fire Department is a 100% volunteer fire department that is in need of more volunteers. We respond to 110 square miles and protect 10,000 residents. We are looking to bring in 21 positions.

Must live in the McGregor Fire district, must have a Driver License, have a High School Diploma or GED, pass a UA, and back ground check.

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 EMT (Live-In or Traditional)

If you enjoy helping people in medical emergencies – we’ll provide the training FREE. In cooperation with the State of Maryland and Maryland Institute for Emergency Medical Services Systems, we’ll train you in CPR and to be an Emergency Medical Technician-Basic (EMT-B). We’ll also help you obtain EMT-Paramedic training. EMT’s are only required to become certified in EMT-B (not firefighting too). If you already have your EMT-B or EMT-P certification in another station, we’ll help you with the logistics of getting Maryland certified.

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 Montgomery 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 volunteer, due to the lengthy training period

Lokking to fill all positions

Looking for men and women to help support the fire department in all positions. If you have a desire to serve we have a position you can help support

Positions available for any one that is interested in serving

Facilities Volunteer

The Facilities Volunteer is responsible for overseeing the facility, preforming/scheduling/requesting maintenance on the facility and facility equipment, ensuring trash is disposed of weekly, coordinating work details, and other related duties.

Experienced in facilities management and maintenance. Detail oriented. Ability to work unsupervised. Ability to pass background check.

Firefighter's, EMT's, Cadets, Drivers, Auxiliary Staff, Grounds Keeper, etc.

As an all volunteer department we are neighbors responding in times of need. We always need more volunteers for everything from help around the station, engine/station maintenance, fire ground support, medical response, fire response, etc. We are looking for time commitments of a couple hours per week. We will pay for all your equipment and training. Come down and check out your Volunteer Fire Department. If you are interested in helping, we will find something for you to do within your comfort level.

Must pass a background check. Looking for members of all ages. Firefighters can start in our Cadet program at 16 years of age.

Volunteer Fireman

Looking for young eager disciplined individuals in our community to join our departments and help save lives and property. A very rewarding feeling is to help others who are in need, Help make a difference in your community today, Come sign up to help your community.

Leflore County will train and provide ALL necessary equipment and training.

Firefighter

We are a volunteer fire department covering Morris and Graham Townships in Clearfield County Pa. We responded to over 300 calls in 2017. We are seeking new members in all aspects. Please send us a message on face book if you are interested in becoming a member today. www.facebook.com/morristwpfire

All training is provided free of charge.

Firefighter

Reliance is looking for 100% volunteer jr firefighters, firefighters and contributing members.

Training will be provided

Firefighter/EMT/Fire Police

The Chautauqua Volunteer Fire Department has been proudly serving our community since 1906 and covers 18 square miles. We welcome those of all ages who may have an interest in serving as an credentialed firefighter, EMT, or fire police officer. It is the mission of the Chautauqua Fire Department to protect and preserve life, property and environment from fire and disaster, whether it be natural or man-made and other emergency situations that the department may respond to. We welcome anyone to stop by our station on any Tuesday training night at 6:30PM with any questions.

State requirements: 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. You will be require to complete our application and to pass an arson background check at the sheriff's office. Department Requirements: 1. Be a resident of the fire district or a territory outside of the fire district which is afforded fire protection by the district. 2. If you are not a resident of the district you may apply for membership if you work within the district and would be able to render active service. 3. Must be a least 18 years of age.

Firefighter

Includes all duties.

Willing to help

Volunteer Firefighter/EMT

Come be a part of a busy and growing fire department on the west side of Bloomington! We always need motivated individuals to help with all aspects of fire department operations. The main focus is responding to emergencies, but the volunteer also plays a major part in assisting with day to day department duties and events. Being a volunteer firefighter is a big commitment, but an important one. Seven out of ten first-responders in the United States are volunteers. If you have the heart to serve, you have everything we need! Aside from the satisfaction of serving your community, there are several other benefits of being a volunteer firefighter. Being a volunteer opens up possibilities to advance to paid positions, qualifies you to apply for free college tuition, and also gives you priceless life experience. If this sounds like something you are interested in reach out to us on Facebook, by phone, or stop in at any time!

VBFD provides all training free of charge, we only have three requirements: Must be at least 18 years of age, or 16 years of age for the cadet program. Must be a resident of Monroe County, and must have a clean criminal and driving record.

EMT

Respond to, assess, treat, and transport patients in emergency situations. Respond to all structure fires as standby for possible injuries.

Must have EMR, EMT-Basic, EMT-Intermediate NM state license, or be willing to take the class and exams in order to get license. Must be at least 18 years old. Must be willing to respond 24/7 when able.

Firefighter/EMT, ladies aux

Exterior and interior firefighters needed along with ems. Ladies auxiliary also

No requirements

Paid-on-Call Firefighter(s)

Firefighter

Firefighter

Volunteer Firefighter and/or EMT

Are you looking for a way to serve the community in a meaningful, fulfilling manner? The Hiawatha Fire Department is in search of people who want to make a difference in the community! Volunteer Firefighters help their neighbors by responding to fire, medical and other service calls. Initial fire training is provided free of charge, with ongoing training twice a month. Firefighters are assigned to crews that are on duty together. Those crews assist in taking care of the fire station and equipment. Firefighters are also provided the opportunity to attend EMT class with reimbursement upon successful completion of certification. They help in other ways too- by participating in fire prevention activities and doing standby at community events. Volunteering with the fire department is a great way to learn new skills, meet new people, and serve the community in a meaningful, fulfilling way.

Possess a desire to help your community Enjoys the physical and mental challenges of learning new skills Be at least 18 years old and a graduate of high school (or possess GED) Teens ages 14-18 may join the FD Explorer program. Contact us for more info. Have or be able to obtain a valid Iowa Drivers License Complete satisfactory background checks and pre membership drug screen Be available to attend monthly training sessions Be on call every 6th day.

Firefighter

Looking for motivated individuals to serve the Belvedere community as volunteer firefighters. Members available during the weekday daytime hours are preferred but members of all availability times accepted.

Must be 14 years of age for a Junior Cadet position. Must be 18 years of age, posses a valid DL, pass a criminal background check and pass a pre-employment physical and a review by the personnel board. All new hires we serve a minimum of 1yr probationary period.

Associate Member (Training)

- Non-operational position - Provides direct administrative support to the training division which can include filing, scanning, and records maintenance

- 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 Fireifghter

Volunteer firefighters typically work 24-hour shifts, but are eligible to work in shorter blocks as approved by the Volunteer Coordinator. Volunteer firefighters hired under the SAFER Grant, who meet certain benchmarks and work a minimum of three (3) 24-hour shifts per month, may qualify for educational reimbursement and other benefits as defined in the Volunteer Program Manual. Otherwise, the minimum is two (2) shifts per month. 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 and EMS provider in accordance with state law, county protocols, and standard operating procedures. Volunteer Firefighters 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. They perform within the scope of the policies and procedures of the NCFPD 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. For a complete list of job duties and essential job functions, please request a copy of our Volunteer Firefighter Job Description from Human Resources.

High School Diploma or GED; and State of California Emergency Medical technician (EMT) Certification* 1. REQUIRED LICENSES AND CERTIFICATIONS 1.1. Must have and maintain a valid Class "C" California Driver's License. Must be insurable and maintain this status with the District's all-risk insurance carrier 1.2. State certification and San Diego County accredited as an EMT-I* *Exception: Applicants who reside within the NCFPD boundaries (Fallbrook, Bonsall, and Rainbow) may apply and serve as a Volunteer without having an EMT Certification, but must proactively work toward successfully completing an EMT Program within the first year of Volunteering. Experience as an EMT, Firefighter or Volunteer Firefighter is desirable Applicants must have the ability to pass psychiatric, medical and physical agility examinations; perform strenuous work under adverse conditions for sustained periods of time; react quickly and calmly in emergency situations; learn and retain information on procedures, protocols and practices related to medical, fire and other emergency responses. Qualified applicants are required to successfully complete the District’s physical agility test. The successful candidate will be required to remain a non-smoker/tobacco user throughout his/her appointment with the NCFPD, and must remain insurable by the District’s liability insurance carrier to operate motor vehicles. Volunteers in this position are subject to mandatory drug and alcohol testing as required by the Department of Transportation.

Volunteer Firefighter/EMT

Central Kitsap Fire & Rescue is a combination fire department meaning both career and volunteer personnel work together to provide emergency services to the community. The Volunteer firefighter program contributes to this effort by providing volunteers who will respond, when alerted by radio pager, from their assigned fire stations when directed, working alongside career firefighters and developing a rapport with the different crews on each shift. Depending on the size and type of incident, the volunteers are asked to respond to their assigned station for area coverage or dispatch to the scene. While standing by at the station with personnel for routine calls is desired, responding for structure fires is essential. All structure fires require a certain number of apparatus and personnel on scene very quickly to safely mitigate the situation. Volunteer firefighters also support community activities by participating in scheduled events where fire or medical coverage is necessary or desirable. Initial training for this program begins with a volunteer recruit academy. The Volunteer Recruit Academy uses a “blended” learning approach to achieving competency as a firefighter. This blended learning requires self-study by the firefighter candidate, successfully completing online training modules via the Internet, and practical skills development during the weekend and evening classes. Volunteer Firefighter Candidates are then tested and certified to the International Fire Service Accreditation Council’s (IFSAC) Firefighter 1 level. Volunteer firefighters will obtain a EMT-Basic certification before or after successful completion of the Academy. Volunteers with potential career ambitions as a paid firefighter, will likely find that having an EMT-B and Firefighter 1 certification essential for the regional market.

The basic eligibility requirement for all Central Kitsap Fire & Rescue volunteers is: • Live within 5 miles of a qualifying volunteer station • Minimum age of 18 years and a high school diploma or GED. • Able to attend initial training (usually 16 weeks for EMT and Basic Firefighting. • Willing to maintain training standards and respond to incidents as available o Drill occurs most Wednesday evenings (75% attendance is required to maintain good standing)

Probationary, Rookie, Experience, Junior Fire Fighters wanted!

We are always actively recruiting outgoing and dedicated people to join us.

Criminal Background, Child Abuse Clearances, Physical, and Complete Application. Junior applicants must have working papers. All equipment provided. Training and educational classes provided.

Firefighter - Entry Level or Experienced

All levels of fire fighters - duties include but are not limited to: Exterior fire fight, interior fire fight, search and rescue, water rescue, vehicle rescue, fire ground support, driving apparatus, paperwork and fundraising activities. Use a hoseline on a fire, use the rescue tools to extricate a victim of a vehicle accident, search for victims of a fire, search and/or rescue lost individuals, change scba cylinders for interior fire fighters, place ladders, drive emergency vehicles, direct traffic.

No training required - we will train. Must be at least 14 years of age. Criminal background check and child abuse clearances required.

Firefighter

Firefighter or Dept support. Not everyone is cut out to be a firefighter. Not all have to go into a burning house. There are a lot of other jobs that go on at a scene. Everyone can find there place

No experience needed

Volunteer Firefighters and EMT

The New Haven Adams Township Fire Department is looking for motivated individuals to take on the challenge of becoming a Firefighter or Emt. Upon accepting the challenge you will be trained by some of the most knowledgeable men and women in the fire service. There are many opportunities to exel and to better your self, your family and the community of New Haven. Stop in to our department at 910 hartzell rd to learn more and pick up an application.

Willingness to learn and maintain a possitive attitude. The ability to work with a tight knit team is also a must. Volunteers must also live within a reasonable distance of the city of new haven and be available for trainings and work details as well as make runs.

Volunteer FF/medical responder

We are looking for people from our local community to come and join us at the Almarante Vol Fire Department. We offer free training and education. We are looking for firefighters and those who want to assist on our ever increasing medical responses. We are also looking for members to assist with fund raisers, community events and so forth.

18yrs or older, no felony convictions and living within the general Laurel Hill area.

firefighter/EMT

Cicero Twp. Volunteer fire Dept. is seeking individuals interested in supporting their community as a Firefighter, Medical Responder, or part of the auxiliary which supports the firefighters on calls by bringing water and food on extended calls. We also have a Junior Firefighter program for kids in high school grades 9-12.

Must have a willingness to serve. valid drivers license, 18 years of age, high school diploma or GED. current certifications not required as all training will be provided.

Volunteers

Volunteers need free training we have a job for everyone

Valid NC Drivers License, Background Check completed by department, Fire/EMS Training offered to work around your schedule. Must be 18 years old for firefighter 16-18 years old for JR Firefighter

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.

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.

Firefighter, etc.

The Ontario Fire Company is accepting applications for general membership. Interior and Exterior firefighters as well as driving, fundraising, administrative, and cooking positions are currently available. Please contact us for more details.

Must be 18 or older to join the fire company. Ages 13-17 are encouraged to join our Explorer Post to gain experience before joining the fire company. Must be a Town of Ontario resident OR have your hometown fire chief submit a letter authorizing your membership. Must submit to a background check.

Part Paid Firefighter

We are looking for people wishing to become firefighters, If you have ever thought of becoming a fireman than this is the best way to start out. We will train the right person. Should you decide to make a difference, we will pay for your schooling and you will, when finished, be certified firefighter I and II, hazardous materials operational level, wild land, driver training and have a EMS license at the medical first responder level. this all takes time and dedication. If this sounds like you, then we want you to apply today!

18years of age clean criminal and driving record good physical condition hard working team oriented the willingness to help others and to be part of something you can be proud of

Firefighter/EMT

Currently recruiting Firefighters and EMT's.

EMT-Basic Firefighter I & II

Fire Police

Join our organization as a Fire Police Officer to assist our department with traffic control and other support duties.

Training will be provided.

Firefighter

Firefighters are needed for local paid on call department. We serve a 45 square mile area in southern Darke County and need your help.

Training will be provided by the department after a 90 day probation period. Applicants will be required to attend a State of Ohio 36 HR volunteer firefighter class. Further training requirements will follow . All equipment will be provided by the department.

First Responders & Firefighters

Cleveland Rural FD in Westminster, SC is looking for new volunteers and members. Come help serve the local community through various jobs and skills. The successful member will have the desire and compassion to help others and to protect lives, property and the environment. Work is to be completed as an individual contributor to the firefighting team by responding to and fighting fires, delivering emergency medical care, conducting property inspections, taking part in ongoing training and participating in outreach events within the community.

Training will be provided for path you choose whether firefighter or medical responder Looking for : First Responders / EMR / EMT / Paramedics / Firefighters / Scene Support

Fire/Emt/Support

Looking for all walks of life to join our loving,caring, trustworthy team. We currently serve an area of 13 Sqr Miles. About 200 calls per year and also need people available to man the stations and or just support personnel for helping keep our department running smoothly. We are an ALS Department. So if you hold a current Alabama State License as a Paramedic, Advanced Emt, Emt. You may use your license and skills in our department.

No Criminal history. Background check is required. 16 Years of age for the Explorer program. 18 years of age to start your probationary Firefighter period.

Historian - Fire Auxiliary

We are looking for a history buff! This person would be a volunteer and would research the history of the Northwest Fire Protection District and would document this history. Furthermore, the historian would keep records going forward into the future.

Research and scrap-booking experience a plus.

Firefighter and EMS positions available

Volunteer firefighter applications are being accepted. EMS providers needed at any level from first responder to paramedic.

Fire Dept. Requires Valid NM drivers license, and physical fitness test for fire EMS requires any level of prehospital provider certification. Fron first responder to paramedic.

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

Volunteer firefighter

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

Over 18

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/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 On Call Firefighter/EMT

Qualifications: Candidates must hold a current State of Ohio emergency medical technician certification and or be a state of Ohio Level I firefighter. Applicants must be citizens of the United States, be a high school graduate or possess a valid GED certification and carry a valid Ohio motor vehicle operator’s license with good driving record. Applicants must be able to maintain all required minimum qualifications and certifications throughout employment. Applicants must meet annual training requirements and required hours. Nature of Work: The protection of life and property through fire suppression, fire prevention, public education, emergency medical service, hazardous materials and technical rescue. Applications are available at Geneva-on-the-Lake Village hall 4931 S Warner Dr, Geneva, OH 44041. Applications can be dropped off during normal business hours. The Village of Geneva-on-the-Lake is an equal opportunity Employer and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, religion, age or disability in the employment or the provision of services.

Minimum Requirements: Applications must be filled out entirely with. • Current State of Ohio Firefighter Level - 1 or Level - 2 Certification • Current State of Ohio Emergency Medical Responder, EMT-BASIC, EMT-Avanced or Paramedic. Applicants must have a current (completed in the last year) Cuyahoga Community College firefighter agility test certificate Eligible candidates must perform the following once a conditional offer has been given. A pre-employment medical examination, drug screening, and an in-depth background investigation.

Volunteer Firefighters, maintenance help around the stations, grant writer, fundraising planning and event assistance, truck mechanic, and general support.

We have a need for all types of volunteers from fundraising to maintenance and of course firefighters! Support Station maintenance - mowing, weed eating, cleaning, welding and general upkeep. Fundraising planner - Assist in the selection, planning and execution of fundraising events. Grant Writer - Assist with finding and applying for the right type of grant for us. Truck Mechanic - We always need help maintaining our fleet of apparatus from repairs to general maintenance. Firefighter Professional Volunteer Firefighters to be on call and respond to all types of alarm calls such as fires, medical, car wrecks and rescues.

All positions- Must be trustworthy, at least 18 years of age, have no felony record, be willing to submit to a back ground check and drug test if required, and most of all have the desire to selflessly serve the community and fire department in a manner that brings respect and dignity to the department. Support positions- Experience in the selected fields a plus and certifications would be great but there is a place for everyone. General knowledge of chosen support category and willingness to be flexible, self-motivated and work well with others. You don't necessarily need your own tools but if you do that's great. You should be healthy enough to safely perform all duties you requested. Volunteer Firefighter- TIME, the number one thing you must have is enough time to meet minimum attendance requirements (don't worry, we have some people that work two jobs, have kids and still make time to meet the requirements). No experience necessary but must be willing to train. We provide training and it is for your safety as well as ours and the public (If you've had training that's good also). Must be physically fit; firefighting is a dangerous and demanding job that requires numerous activities in sometimes stressful and extreme environments. Must have heart; the most important quality of a volunteer firefighter is compassion and caring for those in need no matter how small or large the event is. Must have a valid state-issued drivers license and must have dependable transportation (how else are you going to get to the station to drive the big red trucks?).

Firefighter, Firefighter / EMT, Firefighter / Medic, Wildland Firefighter 1/2/+

The Saint David Fire District is seeking volunteer Firefighters, Firefighter / EMTs and Firefighter / Paramedics. Must live within 15 minutes of station (waiver available at Chief's discretion). No experience? We'll train.

No requirements necessary except for medical positions which require AZ EMCT or AZ CEP, ACLS, PALS, ALS/BLS Healthcare Provider certifications and approval of the Base Hospital. Firefighter 1/2 certifications preferred Wildland Firefighter 1 or 2 perferred Military or other Emergency Services experience preferred. MUST pass a department specific firefighter physical and respiratory function test, criminial background check and drug test. Any or all of these may be requested at any time during your membership. You must acomplete your firefighter task books, attend a minimum number of trainings each year, attend ALL mandatory trainings and meetings. Your participation in department events and calls will also be graded (with allowances for your specific work situation). You must also attend ALL mandatory trainings and meetings.

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

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.

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.

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.

Firefighter

We are looking for motivated, dedicated volunteers who are willing to train and serve in the Pleasant Hill community.

18 y/o, High School Diploma/GED.

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.

Firefighter

The Chackbay Volunteer Fire Department is looking for individuals who have a passion for helping the community we live in. In addition to firefighters, we also need volunteers to fill positions in fire prevention, pre-plan inspections, clerical, maintenance, grounds keeping, etc. If you want to give back to your community, reach out to us and we will have a position for you. Stop by Station 1 (100 Hwy 304) any Monday night after 6:00pm to sign up or just to meet our members and find out what Chackbay Volunteer Fire Department is all about.

No experience necessary. We will teach you everything you need to know.

Firefighter

Willing to run calls and attend classes, events, and training.

Willing to run calls and attend classes, events, and training.

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.

Firefighter, Emergency Medical Technician, Swiftwater Rescue Technician, Associate (Administrative) Member

Organized in 1954, our company is a 100% volunteer organization. We are in dire need of volunteers to assist our company with providing the highest quality of service to the citizens of the community of Kingsville, and the communities surrounding. We offer membership statuses of Firefighter, EMT, Swiftwater Rescue Technician, or Associate Member (Administrative). You may choose just one, or all of the membership types. No previous experience is required, and all training is free!

-No previous training or experience required! -Minimum 16 years of age

Paid on Call Firefighter/EMT

The Raisin Township Fire Department is accepting applications for the position of paid on call Firefighter/EMT’s. This is a paid position and all required training paid for. Applications available inside or at the Township web site, www.raisinchartertownship.com For questions about the Fire Department contact Fire Chief Eddie Mathis at 517-423-7811

18 Years old High School Diploma Resident of Raisin Township

PER-DIEM FIREFIGHTER/EMT

The Dedham/Lucerne Fire Department is currently accepting applications for per diem firefighters.  See the link on the side for an application and full job description. APPLICATIONS ARE DUE BY DECEMBER 30 AT THE TOWN OFFICE. PLEASE MARK THE ENVELOPE "FD PER DIEM." Regular Schedule: Weekend shifts, Saturday and Sunday, 8am until 5pm Some weekday shifts may be available on occassion. Pay Rate: $14-16/Hour, based on experience.  JOB SUMMARY This is skilled firefighting work in the prevention and suppression of fires; and performs related duties as required. CLASS CHARACTERISTICS Work involves the protection of life and property through firefighting, fire prevention, and emergency medical care activities; some of which may require strenuous physical exertion under such conditions as smoke, fire, heat, and cramped quarters. Work includes direct participation and continual training in firefighting and rescue work, fire protection inspection, equipment operation, and routine maintenance of equipment apparatus and of fire stations and grounds. Work is directly supervised by a department officer and is regularly reviewed through observations, inspections of work in progress, results obtained, and work performance evaluations. SUPERVISION RECEIVED Works under direct supervision of the Full-time Firefighter and Fire Chief, as well as utilizing the appropriate chain of command. SUPERVISION EXERCISED None. EMPLOYEMENT HEALTH • Successfully pass pre-employment physical and screening. • Successfully pass periodic/annual physical and screening, (by age category). ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS • Utilizes the chain of command appropriately. • Responds to alarms of fire or other emergencies. • Operates fire apparatus as trained by departmental officer. • Lays and connects hose, directs water streams, raises and climbs ladders, uses extinguishers, bars, hooks, lines, and other equipment. • Ventilates burning buildings, removes persons from danger, and performs salvage operations. • Participates in fire drills and attends classes on fire fighting, fire prevention, rescue, medical care, equipment maintenance, and related subjects. • Administers emergency medical care and assists EMS personnel, as needed, up to their level of training. • Learns coverage area to ensure thorough knowledge of all streets, roads, and buildings. • Has knowledge and full understanding of response Standard Operating Guidelines and district assignments. • Inspects and makes repairs to dry hydrants. • Performs maintenance work on Fire Department equipment, furnishings, and structures. • Performs other duties as assigned. MARGINAL FUNCTIONS • This position is a prescheduled part-time position. • Firefighter will not always be on the regular D/L F.D. roster. • Firefighter will NOT carry a pager or will not respond when not working a scheduled shift. • Firefighter will be issued all essential gear and will be kept at the station. • May act as a Pump Operator in the absence of a Pump Operator. REQUISITE ABILITIES • Ability to learn a variety of firefighting duties, methods and techniques. • Ability to learn the use of tools and equipment used in fighting fires. • Ability to understand and follow oral and written instructions. • Ability to react quickly in emergency situations. • Able to climb ladders and work at considerable heights. • Perform limited mechanical work involved in maintaining firefighting and rescue equipment and tools. • Establish and maintain effective working relationships with other employees and the general public. • Ability to function effectively in physically demanding and sometimes adverse conditions such as heat, smoke, fire, and cramped quarters. PHYSICAL TASKS AND ENVIRONMENTAL CONDITIONS • Essential duties require the following physical tasks and environmental conditions: • Ability to sit, stand, walk, reach, bend, turn, twist, grasp, push, pull, carry. • Operate a computer keyboard, and lift files and reports from desk tops or file drawers. • Safely operate a motor vehicle. • Infrequent exposure to temperature fluctuations, water, sun, noise (fire alarms, sirens, power tools), vibrations, and elements (smoke, dust, soot, gases). • Must be able to life and carry 70 pounds. These functions may not be present in all positions in this class. When a position is to be filled, the essential functions will be noted in the announcement of position availability. Management reserves the right to add, modify, change or rescind work assignments as needed.

EDUCATION, TRAIING AND/OR EXPERIENCE • Graduation from high school or its equivalent. • Ability to read, write, and speak the English language. • Graduation from an accredited basic fire academy and/or certification by the State of Maine as a Fire Fighter I-II preferred. • EMS license is encouraged. LICENSE AND/OR CERTIFICATE • American Heart Association CPR Certification. • Firefighter I-II. • EMT or higher preferred. • EVOC or equivalent. • Pumps I-II. • Individual must possess a valid Maine Driver's License at time of appointment. Revocation of license during employment may result in disciplinary action, including the possibility of termination, or reassignment. REQUISITE KNWLEDGE AND SKILL LEVELS Some knowledge of the street system and layout of the town.

Firefighter

Join our team!! No experience necessary!! We are looking for individuals willing to serve their community in the most exciting way. Firefighters respond to a huge array of calls. Including structure fires, motor vehicle collisions, wild land fires, gas leaks and spills, hazmat spills and medical calls. If you want to challenge your self and learn how to operate as a firefighter. Contact us or pick up an application at the Three Forks city office.

-Must be 18 year or older -Have a valid Montana drivers license -Must be able to pass a D.O.T. physical -Must complete Three Forks Fire Departments recruit training program within one year of joining. -Must complete required wild land training within one year of joining. -Must attend thirty (30) hours of in house training per year.

Volunteer

Firefighter EMT Paramedic Swiftwater Tech Rescue Tech Administration Support

Variable

Firefighter/Emergency Medical Services/Auxiliary

There are many benefits to joining the ranks of a volunteer fire company. You will become part of what many consider to be an extended family here at Abingdon. Beyond the personal satisfaction of making a difference to your community and perhaps even saving a life one day, members may receive some of the following benefits. Professional Training Our members are encouraged to participate in training courses offered both in-house as well as through the Maryland Fire and Rescue Institute. MFRI courses meet professional qualification standards and are recognized throughout the nation. In-house training is designed to work with our particular needs. Each Monday night a training class is scheduled to meet the needs of firefighting essentials, Fire and EMS cooperative training, EMS skills, and other selected topics. Nationally recognized instructors have been brought in for specialized sessions. Abingdon Fire Company has an in-house scholarship program open to members and immediate family members. By meeting qualified volunteer standards and performing 40 hours per month of duty time the student is eligible to receive up to $3,000 per school year.

NECESSARY KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES: Ability to work with other volunteers, agencies and the public. Ability to perform strenuous physical activity in excess of 150 lbs. of force or greater Ability to act effectively in emergency and stressful situations. MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: Must be at least 16 years of age No felony convictions or disqualifying criminal histories Must be able to communicate effectively orally and in writing Must be able to pass a fire department physical which meets NFPA 1582 guidelines, provided by a physician assigned by Abingdon Fire Company Must provide official government identification Must be a valid citizen of the United States Must provide any documentation requested by Human Resources for an entry level position as a probationary member SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS: Must pass a physical exam paid for by Abingdon Fire Company Attend monthly meetings, details, training and other requirements according to Abingdon Fire Company By-Laws and Standard Operating Guidelines

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.

Volunteer

Deep Gap Fire Department seeks motivated community members who want the challenge and reward of volunteer firefighting. We need good people willing to learn the job of firefighter, EMT, and department support. If you want to explore a meaningful way to serve your community and feel a new sense of pride, visit us on Tuesday evenings at 7 p.m. to get started.

Firefighter and EMT candidates must be 18 years of age with a valid driver's license. No prior training required, however, it is beneficial. We also have limited junior firefighter positions (14-17 years of age) available. Visit us to learn more!

Fire Cadet

Minooka Fire District is seeking 15 - 18 year old students to serve in its Fire cadet program. Fire cadets are given an excellent opportunity to experience the life of a firefighter. Cadets will participate in training activities along side volunteer and career firefighters. Fire Cadets must be dedicated to the program; however, school work and grades cannot suffer. Dedicated fire cadets will be permitted to participate in ride-along programs on active operating fire apparatus; participate in station activities to see what the daily life of a firefighter consist of, assist with public education programs, and community events. While Fire Cadets are primarily at the station providing support activities there will be occasions during larger scale incidents where fire cadets are called upon to report to the incident scene to assist with command activities, rehabilitation of firefighters, and logistical assistance. Fire cadets will participate in firefighter training, including use of self contained breathing apparatus, ladders, apparatus operations, rescue equipment such as vehicle extrication, and live fire training evolution under highly controlled instructional environments.

Minimum of 15 years of age - 18 (at age 18 you can become a recruit volunteer firefighter) Good physical and mental condition (verified by school or sport physical), subject to medical evaluation; Never convicted of a felony or some misdemeanors; No significant school disciplinary actions; Written recommendation from a high school teacher; Minimum of "C" average that must be maintain throughout cadet membership; Written permission from parents; Commitment to 2 - 3 hours of training per week (average)

First Responder and EMTs

Need individuals who are looking at giving back to their community through the Emergency Medical Services. Individuals will be called upon to provide care to patients in multiple different settings including residential, industrial, and along the roadway. Training will be provided and paid for by the Village for interested individuals, but the individual must remain a Village employee for one (1) year after the completion of the class. North Baltimore EMS is a mostly volunteer department and serves both the Village of North Baltimore and Henry Township. The EMS has about 500 calls per year and staff is paid by the Village per call they responded to. Applications are available online or at the Village office.

An applicant must be at least 18 years old with a High School Diploma or GED and have a valid driver's license. Applicants must complete an application, pass a background check, and be willing to volunteer at least 12 scheduled hours per month. Applicants must live within 7 miles of the Center of the Village (N. Main St. and Broadway St.) or have a place to stay within the Village. Applicants who are not already certified are required to complete their First Responder or EMT within one year of their hire date. Once a member the applicant will be required to attend monthly business meetings and maintain all required certifications for their training level.

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

The Harrisburg Fire Department serves an area of approximately 86 square miles. This area stretches from the Harrisburg Bridge to Mt. Tom, and 6 miles both North and South of Harrisburg. Highway 99E, Interstate 5, two rail lines, and the Willamette River pass through our District. The Department responds to over 450 calls each year, and handles situations involving fire protection, vehicle accidents, hazardous materials, water rescue and more commonly, medical emergencies for the residents in the area in which it serves. Calls range from trash fires to house fires; from simple scratches to massive traumas. Harrisburg Fire also provides medical services for football games and other community events. But it’s not all business. Harrisburg Fire exists to support its community, and its mission is to do that in as many ways as possible, not just fire and life safety. We participate in various community programs, including the Fourth of July Breakfast, Parade, and Fireworks show. It’s not uncommon to see fire trucks leading parades for out high school sports teams in celebration of district or state championships. You will see our team in action at various school functions, Including Health Fairs, Fire Prevention and giving tours of the Fire station. We have 3 career staff, a Fire Chief, Training Officer, and Firefighter. We rely heavily on our volunteer staff of 20+ firefighters and EMT’s to provide service to our community of 5,000 citizens.

- Live in District - At least 18 years of age - Valid Oregon Drivers License - Pass Background Check

EMS/First Responder

East Orchard Mesa Fire Department is a 100% all volunteer fire department, we meet twice a month for business meetings and training. We also train with other departments in the valley throughout each month. Every member is trained to operate in some capacity on both the fire and EMS side of our department, this includes being trained to operate each piece of apparatus. We are constantly growing and would be happy to have you be apart of our family.

Anyone certified with their First Responder (EMR), EMT or higher level of certification If you do not have any emergency medical certifications, you are welcome to apply as well.

Volunteer Firefighter / Volunteer EMT

Small township FD looking for local citizens. We will provide for your training as an licensed EMT, firefighter or both.

HS diploma Good driving record

Volunteer Firefighters Wanted!

Shelbyville Fire and Rescue is looking for men and women in our community to join our department and become volunteer firefighters. If you have the desire to serve your community and you meet our requirements, contact us at 502.633.7101, email beth@shelbyvillefirerescue.com, Our department conducts structured recruit classes that consist of many different skills a volunteer firefighter needs to be successful and move to the next level if that is their wish. These classes take approximately five months to complete with weekly and some weekend training. Upon successful completion of the recruit class, twice monthly training is required after that. WE LOOK FORWARD TO SEEING YOU AT THE FIREHOUSE!

Potential candidates must be at least 18 years of age and must complete an application and provide the necessary documents. A background check and interview will be scheduled upon receipt of the application. All training and personal protective equipment is provided

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

Wildland Firefighter

The El Paso County Sheriff's Office Wildland Fire Crew is seeking volunteers to serve as on-call wildland firefighters. In this position, firefighters will respond to and suppress wildland fires in El Paso County and neighboring jurisdictions. Additionally, we are a national resource and can deploy firefighters across the county during times of need. Furthermore, this department conducts prescribed fires, fire mitigation, and public education and outreach. This department is a great foot in the door to the fire service. We have sent numerous firefighters to Federal Interagency Hotshot Crews, Engine Crews, and Helitack Crews, as well as structure departments. The opportunities with this department are endless for training, qualifications, and experience.

We do not require any prior qualifications or experience to join our department. We will provide all the necessary training and equipment to become a fully qualified NWCG Wildland Firefighter. Applicants must be at least 18 years old and have a clean driving and criminal history. We meet for training on Wednesday nights and Saturday mornings. We ask that our volunteers attend 2 of the 4 scheduled training per month at a minimum. We do not have a shift requirement or a call response requirement. If you are available, then respond. Ultimate certification and training requirements to come off of probationary status are: S-130, S-190, I-100, IS-700, and L-180. Additionally, all firefighters are required to complete the Arduous Work Capacity Test (Pack Test) and a field day.

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. We are flexible on your schedule, but require shifts be a minimum of 8 hours. Mandatory training is conducted at 6pm on the first and third Wednesday of each month. We conduct a FIrefighter 1 academy in-house, in exchange for a two-year service commitment. There are opportunities to obtain EMT and wildland certifications. No prior emergency service experience is required. All are welcome to apply. Many of our volunteers live out of district. We have several members who are career members with other agencies. Expedite the process by filling out an application, available at our website: kiowafire.org

Volunteer Firefighter

The Norriton Fire Engine Company is now, and is always, accepting applications for new volunteers. Anyone can join the department; we have several different forms of membership levels for what kinds of tasks you desire to perform including the following: Firefighter – The core of the department, these individuals respond to a wide range of emergency incidents, participate in training, and perform many other tasks. Junior Firefighter – 16 and 17 year old young men and women, who do many of the same things as firefighters, but play a limited role at emergency incidents. Fire Police – Individuals who control traffic and crowds at emergency incidents and special events. All of our members have families, work, school, and other commitments, so we do not expect members to attend all emergency calls and special events.

16+ years old and the desire to serve the community and respond to a myriad of emergencies.

Firefighter/EMT

The North Liberty Fire Department is a busy and professional volunteer fire department. The NLFD currently has 40 members, both that live in town and out of town that serve our community of approximately 20,000 people and 56 square miles. The NLFD is a progressive and innovative fire department that is well served by the city of North Liberty and takes pride in our training and our commitment to our community. We will be interviewing coming Fall of 2015 and will be starting a recruit class after that. The NLFD does all in-house fire training and will cover the costs associated with the FFI/FFII certification as well as the EMT. If you are interested, please find us on Facebook or visit, www.nlfire.org and fill out an application. After the first year of service you will be eligible to participate in our Paid per Call program. Check us out and answer the call today!

18 years of age Of sound mind and body Driver's License Will hire outside of normal hiring cycle if presented with a FFI/EMT certification

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.

Probationary fire fighter/ medic

Someone with at least their mandatory or planning on get it. We are in need of medics,emrs, emts

Someone willing to get their certs

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.

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, Medical First Responder, EMT, and just about anything that helps our organization.

A paid-on-call firefighter is a homeowner or other resident of our community, just like you, has an interest in helping his or her neighbors whenever a fire, accident or other natural disaster strikes. As a paid-on-call department, the Seymour Fire Department depends upon the timely and determined response of these citizen members who selflessly serve their community when the alarm sounds. Under the general direction of the Fire Chief, a paid-on-call firefighter is responsible for answering calls, and extinguishing fires, protecting life and property, operating and maintaining fire equipment, apparatus and quarters. The position requires extensive training in the use of apparatus, tools, and equipment and the performance of hazardous tasks under emergency conditions, which may require strenuous exertion under such handicaps as smoke and cramped surroundings, and in the inspections of buildings for fire hazards to prevent fires from starting.

Minimum Requirements: - 18 years of age - Live within the Seymour School District - Posses a valid driver's license issued by the State of Missouri - No felony convictions - Not subject to restrictions that would interfere with firefighting duties - Pass a background and drug screen - Previous education or experience in the area of firefighting is not necessary. Successful applicants will be provided with the equipment and support needed to learn the skills of the job.

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.

Firefighter/First Responder/Support

The Swift Shady Grove is a small department located in eastern Nacogdoches county off of hwy 7. We serve a population of apx 1600 with around 20 members and a fleet of a rescue truck that can be operated as a pumper, a tanker, and a small brush truck. We are looking for a local person, preferably with an ECA of higher certification willing to help our community in a fire, first responder, or support role.

18 yrs of age. Nacogdoches county resident. ECA, EMT, EMT-I, or EMT-P preferred but not required. Fire experience/certification preferred but not required. No felony record. Willingness to help our community at an unpaid basis.

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.

Firefighter

Volunteer Firefighter positions available

Live within the boundaries of Bienville Parish Fire District # 6, be at least 16 years of age.

Firefighter

We are looking to fill 5 vacancies for firefighter.

Must reside within the boundaries of the Haywood Fire Department District. Be at least 18 years old and possess a valid Ky drivers license. Be physically and mentally able to handle the rigorous duties. No previous training is required.

Volunteer Firefighter

Volunteer Firefighter

18 years of age.

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.

Fire Department Volunteers

Firefighters, Fire Education, Fire Prevention, special event support personnel, Auxilary Division support personnel . Operational and Non Operational support personnel needed.

18 year old NC DL Back ground check(done by department) Drug Screen (done by department) Positive attitude Service oriented Required service 3-25 hours per month No experience necessary Cretible service for prior public safety training and certs

Firefighter/EMT/EMR

We are always looking for new recruits to join our department. Our volunteers pride themselves on an endless dedication to training and service to the community. Being a volunteer firefighter is time consuming, and takes dedication, but if you feel that you have what it takes, and you meet the following requirements,

◦18 Years of age or older ◦Hold a State of Illinois Drivers License ◦No Felony Convictions ◦Live in the Champaign-Urbana area ◦Willing to work closely with others ◦Willing to dedicate time and effort

Firefighter/ First Responder / EMT

Firefighter/ First responder / EMT Volunteer for Langford Volunteer Fire Department if you don't have the training we will train you!!

Motivated and be willing to learn!

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 1 / FF2

volunteer firefighting positions open. If not yet certified we will on the job train you until a class is held in our area.

18 yrs old, must be able to pass a drug test.

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

Volunteer Firefighter

Volunteer Firefighter

Willingness to serve our citizens through the fire service.

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 and EMTs

McDonald Fire Department is looking for those who are interested in becoming a firefighter or EMT, as well individuals who already possess fire and EMS certification

Individuals who live within 5 minutes or 1 mile from McDonald Fire Department Individuals who are interested in obtaining firefighter or EMS certification Ohio Firefighter I Ohio EMS Card

Part Paid Firefighters and Medical First Responders

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 covering a b

* 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 * Reliable insured transportation * Successfully complete a 90 day probationary perio

Firefighter

Volunteer firefighter

None. Training will be provided.

Volunteer Firefighter / Volunteer Firefighter/EMT / Firefighter/Paramedic

The Glassy Mountain Fire Department is looking for persons interested in becoming volunteer firefighters. All training, uniforms, and protective equipment is provided. Once trained, volunteer firefighters can earn money by serving as paid-on-call firefighters and receive stipends for returning to fire calls. We also need persons trained as Emergency Medical Technicians, Advanced EMTs, or Paramedics, especially if you are also interested in becoming a firefighter.

Must be 18 years of age. (Cadet/Junior members minimum of 16) Possess a valid driver's license. Clean driving record. (limited speeding tickets OK). High school diploma or GED. No criminal background. Must be physically fit to perform the duties of a firefighter.

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

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

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.

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.

Volunteer Firefighters and EMT's

Volunteer Firefighters and EMT's needed

No experience necessary; all training will be provided.

EMT,Firefighters, Auxiliary

The HSFD is an all volunteer organization seeking individuals that want to help our community in emergency services. We are looking to train EMT's and Firefighters. We are also looking for individuals that want to help the department but do not want to be on the "Front lines".

Requirements to become a Firefighter or EMT are 18 years old and be able to handle physical labor. Auxiliary members can be any age over 18. You should posses a valid driver's license and be able to pass a background check.

Emergency Medical Technician

A paid-on-call emergency medical technician is a homeowner or other resident of our Village or Townships who, just like you, has an interest in helping his or her neighbors whenever a fire, accident or other natural disaster strikes. As a paid-on-call department, the Mt. Hope-Funks Grove FPD depends upon the timely and determined response of these citizen members who selflessly serve their community when the alarm sounds. Under the general direction of the Fire Chief and EMS Coordinator, a paid-on-call emergency medical technician is responsible for answering both fire and medical calls, protecting life and property, operating and maintaining EMS equipment, apparatus and quarters. The position requires extensive training in the use of apparatus, tools, and equipment and the performance of hazardous tasks under emergency conditions, which may require strenuous exertion under such handicaps as cramped surroundings and provide treatment to the sick and injured.

~ 18 years of age ~ Live within the Village of McLean limits, Mt. Hope Township or Funks Grove Township. Anyone outside of these limits may be accepted by the discretion of the Fire Chief and/or the Board of Trustees. ~ Possess a high school diploma or equivalent ~ Posses and maintain a valid driver's license issued by the State of Illinois ~ No felony convictions ~ Not subject to restrictions that would interfere with EMS duties ~ Possess a current IDPH Emergency Medical Technician license, be able to pass the McLean County Area EMS system entry/protocol test.

Volunteer EMT's, Firefighters, Paramedics and Administrative Positions

The Wheaton Volunteer Rescue Squad (WVRS) was formed in 1955 and has served the community of Wheaton and surrounding areas of Montgomery County, Maryland for almost 60 years. <br><br> We are a non-profit organization that is fully staffed by volunteers every evening, weekend, and holiday. We are in constant need of new members to become Emergency Medical Technicians (EMTs), paramedics, and firefighters. We are also in need of people who have expertise in bookkeeping, clerical, mechanical, and other related areas.

Anyone over the age of 16 is eligible for membership at the Wheaton Volunteer Rescue Squad. Minors between the ages of 16 and 17 will participate in our Cadet Program, where they will receive all of the necessary training to become an EMT, as well as assisting on ambulance calls, without having to spend school nights at the station. <br><br> A minimum commitment of approximately 80 hours per month is required. These hours consist of a weekly duty night (6:00PM to 6:00AM) and a shift every fourth weekend (except Friday and Sunday Crews). If you are not able to pull your duty you must secure someone to cover your shift. <br><br> Prospective operational members will be required to take and pass a physical examination and drug screening administered through Montgomery County. The exam is free of charge. Additionally, background and reference checks will be conducted.

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.

Volunteer Firefighter and/or EMT

Deep Gap Fire Department is looking for individuals to join our team! DGFD is a combination paid/volunteer fire department that responds to over 300+ calls a year. We rely heavily on our Volunteer Firefighters to accomplish our mission. As part of Deep Gap Fire Department, you will receive free training in Firefighting and Emergency Medical Services. These trainings are State certifications and can help you progress into a career in Firefighting, EMS, and Emergency Management!

Ages 18+ Junior Firefighters are welcomed at age 14+

Volunteer Firefighters

Volunteer interior and exterior Firefighters.

No experience required will provide training.

Volunteer Firefighter

Volunteers needed, come support your community and work with a great bunch of people.

High School diploma or GED and 18 years old. We will train you.

Support 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 host / participate in many community events. Our Support Team is made up of members that wish to help out within the Department, but do not want to, or are not physically able to respond to emergencies. These members are critical for our community events, such as our annual Haunted House, Christmas Events, Water Safety Days, Fire Prevention Week, Community CPR courses, and much more. They also help out during our weekly training drills with setting up dinner and administrative tasks around the Station. The MBVFD continually recruits men and women in and around the community to serve as volunteer Support Team Members 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 and Drug Screening. 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.

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.

Firefighter

Answers emergency alarms by responding to the fire station or incident scene. Incidents include, but are not limited to, Structure Fires, Vehicle Fires, Wildland Fires, Fire Alarms, Vehicle Accidents, and Search & Rescue. Maintain equipment in peak operating order. Medical Training is recommended, but not required, of firefighters.

Pass a Background Check Pass a Drug Screen Pass a Physical Agility Test Successfully complete an interview Complete an in-house "Orientation" Complete State-Certified Firefighter training in a timely manner Potential recruits must live within two miles of Marshall Township, Lawrence County, Indiana

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 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

Firefighters, EMT's, EMR's

North Point Edgemere VFD has served our community for over 80 years. We provide Fire, Rescue, EMS and Marine Services. We also host many community events during the year such as Fish Fry's, Chicken BBQ's, Carnival, Movie Night's. Membership Types: Active: Responds to Fire, Rescue, Medical Service Calls Jr Active: Members who 16-17 years of age and responds to Fire, Rescue, Medical Service Calls Semi-Active: Members who wish to support the Company in a Non Responder Level by helping with fund raising activities

All applicates must pass a drug screening and background investigation. Minimum age to apply is 16. Anyone applying between 16-17 must obtain parent/guardian permission and the parent / guardian will need to be present during the initial interview and sign a permission slip. All members are required to maintain a minimum level of activity for their class of membership.

Volunteer

Abiquiu Volunteer Fire Department needs volunteers for responders and support personnel.

An interest in serving your community!

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

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.

None, training is provided

Volunteer Firefighter

Oakridge Fire and EMS is looking for hard working, motivated volunteer Firefighters and EMS providers. No previous experience is required! Oakridge is nestled in Eastern Lane County, approximately 40 miles from Eugene/Springfield. In 2016, Oakridge Fire and EMS ran over 800 medical calls and 70+ fire calls. We staff a first and second out ALS (advanced life support) ambulance 24/7. Our ASA (ambulance service area) covers Oregon highway 58 from Mile Post 17 all the way to Mile Post 62 (Willamette pass), and the surrounding areas. Our fire district includes the city of Oakridge, Hazeldell rural fire district, and Westfir. Oakridge Fire and EMS has approximately 30 active volunteers and 6 paid career personnel. With our increasing call volume, we are in dire need for more volunteers to help staff our agency and help our community. We couldn't do it without you! So whats in it for you? Benefits: 1.) Valuable fire training and experience 2.) Valuable EMS training and experience on an ALS (advanced life support) ambulance 3.) Weekly training and additional training opportunities 4.) Make money to volunteer! $100 stipend per shift up to 6 shifts per month (must qualify for 24 hour stipend shifts)

Requirements: 1.) Must be 18 years of age or older (excludes Cadet program) 2.) Valid drivers license and reliable transportation with insurable driving record 3.) Ability to pass a background check and drug screening 4.) Ability to attend Monday night drills (7 per quarter, 1 quarter = 3 months) 5.) Ability to respond to 30 calls/alarms per quarter (10 per month) OR; 6.) Ability to work 12 crew shifts per quarter or more (crew shift = 8 hours) Desired qualifications: 1.) FF1/FF2 2.) EMR, EMT, AEMT, EMT-I, EMT-P 3.) Engineer/pump operator 4.) NFPA driver Questions? Do not hesitate to contact us! 541-782-2416 x4 www.oakridgefire.org codyfrank@ci.oakridge.or.us (Recruitment and Retention Coordinator Cody Frank)

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

Volunteer Fire Fighter

The Long Branch Volunteer Fire Department NJ is currently seeking Volunteer Firfighters for all 9 Volunteer fire companies. We provide (Free ) Training @ Monmouth County Fire Academy. Fire Protective gear Mentors and study groups. We also Recruit from all surrounding bordering towns. What are you waiting for? Apply today your missing out on the best times of your life !

*18+ years old *Active drivers license *Clean record *Ability to pass a medical physical *Read and speak English *U.S. Citizen

Firefighter/EMT

The Taftville Fire Company is a 100% Volunteer Fire Department serving the Taftville section of Norwich. The Fire Company provides fire suppression, emergency medical care, water/dive rescue, vehicle extrication and public education to the schools and residents of Taftville and the surrounding communities. The Taftville Fire Company responds to approximately 800 calls per year. The company responds to emergencies with two (2) Engines, one (1) Tower Ladder, one (1) Heavy Rescue, one (1) First Responder Vehicle, one (1) Water Rescue Truck and a boat. Mission Statement The mission of the Taftville Volunteer Fire Department Co. #2 Inc. Is to improve the quality of life within the Taftville Fire District, by providing a high quality emergency fire and rescue service, an excellent fire prevention program, including public education, and a fire fighting and rescue force capable of handling all types of emergencies. The Department will accomplish this mission while maintaining a high standard of training and education, maintain fire department facilities and apparatus, and interact professionally with other town and city departments.

Potential members must be 18 or older and in good physical condition. No experience necessary, free training provided. Cadet members must be between the ages of 16 and 18. Cadet members must be currently attending school, be in good physical condition.

FireFighter/ E.M.T.

Volunteer Firefighters and E.M.T. are needed. Training for both positions available.

No experience required. Must have the ability to serve this and surrounding communities. Also the ability to serve department members when needed.

Firefighter EMT ( first responder)

Here at Hurricane Vol. Fire Department we strive for success in not only saving life and property but preventing such emergencies to happen. We are constantly looking for new recruits in our immediate response area starting at the age of 16 years old. We will provide all training costs and proper gear to get anyone started in this career. We currently have a SAFER Grant which allows us to pay $5.00 a call or for a training event. So if you have been in the fire service for 20 years or you would just like to know what even goes on with emergency services stop on by Thursday night's at 18:30 at our 2716 main street fire station and pick up an application

Only requirements are that you want and are willing to learn the duties of this potentially dangerous job to make them as safe as possible and have fun.

Firefighter

See Iowa Tribe of Oklahoma Employment

As required

Volunteer Firefighter

Utilize provided training to respond to and resolve a variety of calls ranging from alarms to fires.

No previous experience required! We will train you! New applicants must attend appropriate training within 1 year of joining department.

Volunteer Firefighter

Jacksboro Fire Department is always looking for Volunteers. Check us out at www.jacksborofire.com

Live local to the 76458 area code, meet minimum physical requirements, attend monthly meetings and calls on a regular basis.

Volunteer Firefighter

Volunteer Firefighters Needed The New Windsor Fire Department, New Windsor, NY is seeking qualified applicants for the position of volunteer firefighter. Located on the north end of the Town of New Windsor, NWFD provides fire and rescue services to residents 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Benefits: - Training and equipment provided - Scholarship program for members and family for any higher education - LOSAP service awards program with eligibility for monthly benefit at age 55 - An in-house fitness room - A members lounge - State and local tax credits - And much, much more

In order to apply, you must be 16 years of age or older and be able to complete a basic firefighter physical. Once accepted, you will be required to complete a firefighter 1 class within one year. Residence in the Quassaick Bridge Fire District is not mandatory but it is expected that firefighters are able to respond to the firehouse for alarms in a reasonable time.

Volunteer Firefighter/EMT

Becoming a Volunteer Firefighter or Emergency Medical Technician requires significant commitment, but comes with great reward. King and Queen County Emergency Services is a combination department with a need for dedicated operational volunteers (fire fighters/EMT/Paramedic) as well as non-operational personnel for administrative, office management, and community education initiatives. Questions regarding the Volunteer Application process can be answered by emailing us at ghunter@kingandqueenco.net Volunteer Firefighter Most Volunteer Firefighters seek valuable experience in their pursuit of a career in the fire service, and many join to fulfill a need to actively participate in their local communities. Regardless of your reasons, being a member in the fire service is one of the most honored and respected positions in the community! Volunteer Emergency Medical Technician Most Volunteer EMT’s seek to serve their communities as emergency responders and require more flexibility to meet work/life balance needs. Some use this opportunity as a stepping stone to pursue a career in nursing, medicine or the fire service. Regardless of your reasons, being a volunteer is one of the most honored and respected positions in the community!

Age requirements : Junior membership- 16 years of age with parental permission General membership-18 years of age Background checks: Criminal record background check DMV driving record check Reference check- personal reference and employment Ability to meet the physical requirements of a firefighter/EMT Willingness to commit to training and education time and weekly on duty time

Firefighter

Firefighter •Protects citizens by extinguishing fires, responding to auto accidents, and emergency medical calls. •Minimizes fire damage by responding to alarms; driving and operating equipment; regulating water pressure; combating and extinguishing fires; rescuing and reviving people. •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. •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 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.

Firefighter Skills and Qualifications: Lifting, Physical Fitness, Decision Making, Handles Pressure, Deals with Uncertainty, Judgment, Objectivity, Dependability, Emotional Control, Integrity, Safety Management Must be 18 years of age, pass an NFPA physical, and clear a background check. Must be able to run one 12-hour shift a week, usually 6:00 pm - 6:00 am. All training will be provided. Benefit package includes worker's compensation, tuition reimbursement, vehicle tax benefit, retirement benefits and more. Visit www.AnswerTheCall.info or www.loudoun.gov/fire for more information.

Volunteer

We are accepting applications for volunteer firefighters, EMS, support group members, apparatus operators and public education staff.

Resident of Hood River County and complete district application process.

EMT

LSCTFT is looking for dedicated individuals to be apart of our family of public servants. Please contact us for more information.

Valid drivers license High school diploma or equivalent Pass criminal background check Other requirements noted when receiving an application

Firefighter /support

Become a firefighter help your community with a great bunch of people!

To fight active fire a 260 hour class is required that is put on and paid for by Highlands County. If your interested in support no classes are required.

Vol. Firefighter/EMT

Help your local community when they need it the most! Become a Firefighter/EMT and start to serve your area today!

*16 years or older *Clean criminal record *Pass an application review process *Pass a background check *Pass a department physical and drug screen

Volunteer Firefighter

Volunteering in County Line Volunteer Fire Department will include various tasks and training that all revolve around the core idea of preserving life and property in the communities we serve. 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; combating, extinguishing and preventing fires of all types. Members will also be driving and operating fire apparatus, using power tools including the jaws of life, and learning fireground operating procedures which include strategy and tactics as well as various safety techniques. All training is provided. Members meet on the second Monday of each month, with at least one monthly training night announced in advance. All new members are sworn in as Probationary Members, giving them roughly 3-6 months to settle in, meet department training requirements with the help of a "Buddy" and pursue state certifications, usually Firefighter I and Firefighter II. Firefighter I certification is required within the first 2 years of joining the department and is offered free of charge either in house or locally.

• Applicants must be 18 years old or older • Applicants must have a valid Alabama drivers 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 • Preferred to live within 5 miles of the fire station

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.

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 Firefighter

Volunteer firefighters needed. Always looking new members that are willing to train. Who want to be with a great community oriented department. We are in NE Burnet County, and provide assistance to multiple counties and agencies. Especially during wild fire season.

Highly motivated, willing to be trained and to learn. Someone who will follow leadership and their commands and guidance. Someone who will go above and beyond to fufill the departments needs. Someone who does not limit their ability to being "just a volunteer". You must have a clean criminal back ground and be drug free. Supporting roles and firefighters must be able to be at majority of meetings and trainings.

Become an Oswego Town Firefighter or EMT

The Oswego Town Volunteer Fire Department is always looking for new firefighters and EMT's. We provide all the necessary training and gear, FREE!! We are willing to work with you and your schedule to make you a firefighter or EMT. We need dedicated people to answer alarms 24/7/365

Live within the Town of Oswego or the West side of the City of Oswego. Minimal drill and call requirements.

Firefighter and Junior Firefighter

Established in 1816, the Eagle-Matt Lee Volunteer Fire Company is a provider of emergency services in upstate New York — protecting residents and businesses in the Village of Ballston Spa, Town of Ballston, and the Town of Milton. We also participate in mutual aid agreements with neighboring departments. We're seeking energetic and motivated volunteers to join our team of firefighting professionals.<br><br> The department supplies and pays for all required gear and training and will also pay for any and all extra department-related training that you wish to pursue.<br><br> For more information including time requirements, please contact Lt. Bill Purcell.

Firefighters (Age 18+)<br> New Firefighters Must Complete One of the Following Within 1 Year of acceptance into membership:<br> A: NYS Basic Exterior Firefighting Operations (45 Hour Course)<br> B: NYS Firefighter 1 Course (104 Hour Course)<br><br> All Active Firefighters must attend at least 12 regularly scheduled or special drills (Training) during the year. OSHA training drills are mandatory and must be made up if missed. Each session lasts approximately 3 hours. Regular drills are scheduled on every Monday except holidays and meeting nights(First Monday evening of the month). Extra training sessions are scheduled as needed. Different nights can be accommodated for a member.<br><br> Junior Firefighter (Age 16-18)<br><br> The Ballston Spa Fire Department Junior Firefighter Program provides young men and women, ages 16 and 17, the opportunity to learn about the skill of firefighting. These firefighters are mentored by adult advisers from the ranks of the Ballston Spa Fire Department. They drill on Wednesday nights in the same manner as those over 18. They are provided with turnout gear, attend NYS training classes, respond to calls, and help with events in and around the firehouses. Safety comes first, and there are some things Junior Firefighters are not allowed to do until they are 18.

Good neighbors needed for Firefighter, EMT, Paramedic, Auxiliary, Cadet!

Rural, farming community volunteer fire and EMS department seeks good neighbors to become Firefighter, EMT, Paramedic, Auxiliary, or Cadet volunteers. No prior training or experience needed! Department will provide members with all background checks, initial and continuing training, uniforms, and equipment. Members can expect to attend fire or EMS calls approximately once or twice a week. Members are in the fire station nearly every Tuesday. We are friendly, and would love to hear from you! Stop by, call, or email for more information.

Operational Members - General: Age 18 older. Must live in the township or closely adjoining townships (chief's discretion). Must commit to actively serve for a time period commensurate with the expense of the initial training provided. Must complete appropriate job-related physical screening. Must complete BCI/NCIC background check. Monthly membership meeting (~2 hours on a Tuesday night). Operational Members - Fire: Must complete 36 hour volunteer firefighter course; level 1 firefighter course recommended but not required. Firefighter 2 course may be taken, but department cannot provide CEUs for this level. Firefighters must complete yearly continuing education requirements; in-house training provided usually meets this requirement. Twice monthly fire training (~2 hours on a Tuesday night, ~4 hours on a Saturday morning). Operational Members - EMS: Must complete at least an Emergency Medical Responder (EMR) course; EMT preferred. EMS personnel must complete yearly continuing education requirements; in-house training provided advances but does not always complete this requirement. EMS provider will need to seek outside training sources (seminars, presentations, conferences, online, etc [department will reimburse member]). Once monthly EMS traning (~2 hours on a Tuesday night). Commit to cover at least a part of the nightly duty (6pm-6am) schedule. Auxiliary Members: Age 18 or older. Must complete BCI/NCIC background check. Monthly membership meeting (~2 hours on a Tuesday night). Cadets: Age 16 or older. Monthly membership meeting (~2 hours on a Tuesday night). Twice monthly fire training (~2 hours on a Tuesday night, ~4 hours on a Saturday morning).

Firefighter/Volunteer

Burnsville Fire and Rescue is a fire department where its members are dedicated to serving their community and the people in it. We are a small rural fire department that has become one of the best in this county as far as service that we provide to our community. We provide Firefighting, Rescue, Paramedic level ambulance, Swift water rescue, Wild land firefighting, just to name a few. We also have the biggest JR firefighter program in the county in which we are very proud. If you have what it takes to be a Volunteer Firefighter/EMT please come to the department on the first Tuesday of every month and see for your self. See us on Facebook!!!

Persons that want to join and become a firefighter/EMT has to join the department by coming to three consecutive business meetings and on the third meeting we will vote as a fire department. JR Firefighters should be within the ages of 14-17. Adult members are 18 and up as long as they are within good physical shape. Members are required per our department by-laws that within 1 year all new members must be either certified or in a Firefighter/EMT certification class. All training is provided through our local college as well as through the department.

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).

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 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.

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 Firefighter

Classification: Volunteer Firefighter Snohomish County Fire District #15 is currently accepting applications for Firefighter positions. Preference will be given to those with experience. Compensation: Points based reimbursement system, $122.40 per 12 hour shift Department Information: Tulalip Bay Fire Department is staffed by 1 Full Time Fire Chief with the remaining services provided by Volunteer Firefighters. This allows for advancement opportunities including: Driver and Acting Officer. Services to the community range from EMS, fire suppression, wild land and water rescue. Additional education opportunities are available to all members. County Information: Snohomish County Fire Protection District 15 covers an area of approximately 22.5 square miles of diverse terrain, coastline, and population. Population: 10,000

Job Requirements Age: 18 US Citizen: Yes High School Grad/GED: Yes Valid WASHINGTON State Driver's License: Yes Ability to Read/Speak English: Yes Academy Certification: Firefighter I, Haz-mat awareness, EMT-B or if not previously affiliated EMT-B

Firefighter

Are you or someone you know interested in becoming a volunteer firefighter and unsure how to join? Not comfortable with coming down to the station but would rather apply online and have somebody from our agency reach out to you? Make volunteering and giving back to your community your New Year’s resolution and follow the link below. Applicants must be 16 years of age or older to join. All training and gear is provided.

We will provide all the training and gear.

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.

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.

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.

Firefighter Cadet

A Firefighter Cadet is a entry level position with the Berryhill Fire Protection District.

Candidates will have completed their EMT and or reside in the district.

Firefighter

Immediate hiring of several part time firefighter. Applicants must have and provide copies of all certifications at time of application. Application and full job description are available at Wind Lake Fire Department, Station 1, 7857 S Loomis Rd, Wind Lake WI 53185 or by email request, wlfdclerk@wi.rr.com. Application, certifications and resume are to be submitted in person or emailed to President Willy R. Ellertson, wlfdpresident@wi.rr.com.

WI state FF I accepted NFPA Firefighter II preferred Valid Wisconsin Drier's License High School Diploma/GED

Volunteers Needed

The Homeville VFC is located in West Mifflin PA and we are always looking for help. Stop by any Thursday at 7pm (our training night) and learn more. We can also help you pay for college

Jr membership begins at 16y/o active firefighters must be 18

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.

Associate Member

Helps with fundraising and other administrative duties at the firehouse.

Clean background check

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

EMT

• Responds to 911 medical emergencies to provide basic life-saving skills. • Perform patient assessment to determine nature of patient’s illness or injury. Based on assessment render appropriate emergency medical care. • Maintains clinical skills and knowledge by attending continuing educational opportunities, skill workshops, studying publications, and participating in scheduled training. • Maintains operations by following policies and procedures set by department. • Educates citizens to prepare for and prevent medical emergencies by developing and conducting educational and training programs for the community. • Contributes to team effort by accomplishing required tasks • Maintains fire rescue station building, grounds, and related equipment by completing maintenance schedules. • Provides information by completing required reports. • Ensures proper and safe operation of equipment by completing preventive and scheduled maintenance.

EMT Skills and Qualifications: Lifting, Physical Fitness, Critical Thinking, Decision Making, Deals well with Uncertainty, Judgement, Dependability, Emotional Control, Integrity, Objectivity, Safety Minded Must be 16 years of age, pass OSHA physical, and clear a background check. Must be able to run one 12-hour shift a week, usually 6:00pm – 6:00am All training will be provided, free of cost. Benefit package includes worker’s compensation, tuition reimbursement, vehicle tax benefit, retirement benefits, and more Visit www.AsnwerTheCall.info or www.loudoun.gov/fire for more information.

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,

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.

Firefighter

Our family of Volunteer Firefighters respond to fire and EMS calls in Tippecanoe Township. Examples of types of calls include fires involving structures, field fires, vehicle fires, vehicle crashes, hazardous materials spills, medical calls, water rescues and/or grain bin rescues. Volunteer firefighters also participate in a number of public outreach programs including school safety programs, parades and providing EMS services at events such as football games, wrestling meets and festivals. Many opportunities for advancement and specialized training are available

Minimum requirements are Firefighter I & II, First Responder and HazMat. Volunteer Firefighters must attend one training meeting a month.

Probationary Firefighter

As a new Probationary Firefighter, you will begin your training both in house and at a state fire training center to become a fully certified and operational Firefighter. This entry level opportunity is the first step in becoming a certified interior firefighter within our department. Certification classes are paid for by the department at no cost to the member. All Probationary members are expected to rise to the challenge set before you of training and education, but also are strongly encouraged to be involved in all of the other aspects of our organization. Monthly fundraisers, details, and social events are all part of the exciting life as firefighter in our department. Members are paid $7 per call responded to. All training is paid for, basic gear is provided at no cost, along with department uniform. The first step in the journey may seem like the largest hurdle, but if you take it, we guarantee an experience that is both exciting and fulfilling.

All applicants must be 18 years of age or older, possess a valid CT driver's license, and reside in the Town of Thomaston. Applicants are also required to complete a physical screening and pass a background check, all at zero cost to the applicant.

FIREFIGHTER

VOLUNTEER FIREFIGHTER

MUST BE ABLE TO PASS PHYSICAL / BACKGROUND CHECK & LIVE IN HOWELL TOWNSHIP , NJ. MUST BE ABLE TO ATTEND FIRE ACADEMY AND OBTAIN FIREFIGHTER CERTIFICATION

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

Emergency Medical Technician

Emergency Medical Technicians-Basic (EMT-B) volunteer responds to emergency calls to provide efficient and immediate care to the critically ill and injured, and to transport the patient to a medical facility. After receiving the call from the dispatcher, the EMT-B responds to the scene, either by personal vehicle or by driving the ambulance to address or location given (if certified), using the most expeditious route, depending on traffic and weather conditions. The EMT-B must observe traffic ordinances and regulations concerning emergency vehicle operation. Volunteer EMT’s may respond to 911 dispatches or cover standbys as the need arises. Volunteers are not scheduled employees and do not receive compensation. Volunteer EMT’s report to the Lieutenant, Assistant Captain, and/or Corps Captain. In the absence of noted leadership, volunteers may report to the EMS Manager or other Corps leadership.

Current EMT-B or EMT-P certification in good standing with the PA Department of Health & Regional EMS Council Current Healthcare Provider CPR/AED certification PA State Police & Child Abuse Clearances less than 1 year old *FBI Fingerprint card required if PA resident for less than 10 years Photo ID Completed application (see website: www.wysoxems.com) Valid driver's license with EMSVO or EVOC preferred (required to drive) Recommended: FEMA Certifications: ICS 100, 200, 700, 800

All positions

If you are interested in volunteering please send us a message on facebook or stop by the station www.facebook.com/morristownshipfireco/

We provided all training for free

Firefighter/EMT

Looking for anyone who is willing to volunteer there time as a firefighter, EMT or both!

None is required!

Volunteer EMT

Bowling Green Vol. Rescue Squad is currently seeking motivated individuals that are willing to give back to their community through volunteering! We are looking for new and/or experienced providers to provide Emergency Care to the great citizens of Caroline County, VA! We are a small organization stationed in the heart of Bowling Green with a large first due area and are currently second due for the entire county due to our central location. We are a combination station in the county meaning we have 24/7 staffing in house, however as the population grows, our call volume grows as well and we are in need of more members to better serve the community in a timely and professional manner. Training is provided at no cost through Caroline County Fire - Rescue and the opportunities are endless! Our station currently requires each operational member to log a minimum of 20 hours per month to remain in active status with the department. From the time of a membership starting, each individual has 24 months to complete required EMT training, as well as other training required by the county. Once voted in, you will have 4 months to complete the Volunteer Orientation Program which includes 1 classroom session and some online work to review Standard Procedures as well as minimum certifications in order to ride the apparatus with us. Any interested individual may apply for membership at https://co.caroline.va.us/551/Employment-Opportunities, select "Rescue 1" for the department choice, or contact us by email at: bgvrsrescue1@gmail.com. Interested candidates that have any questions may also contact Lieutenant Giles by call or text at 804-512-9901.

This is an entry level position. Must be 16 years of age or older. Must complete volunteer orientation within four (4) months Must complete Firefighter and/or EMT requirements with twenty-four (24) months Minimum twenty (20) hours per month to remain active AHA BLS Provider CPR required (can be obtained free of charge once voted in)

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.

Volunteer / Paid on Call firefighter

The Reddick Community Fire Protection District is seeking applicants. No previous experience is necessary. All training will be provided for you.

High School Diploma or Equivalent Willingness to learn Desire to serve Dependable Energetic Committed

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

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, General Assistance

If you want to be part of something great and you live in the area, come see if St. Elmo-Irvington is what you are looking for. No experience is necessary, we provide training in-house. If fire fighting isn't your thing, we are always in need of community volunteers to help with fundraisers, grounds maintenance, and more.

Must be 18 or older, have a valid AL driver license, and pass a background check.

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 Firefighter

Carroll County Fire Rescue is accepting applications for volunteer firefighters.

Minimum 18 years old. Clean criminal history

Volunteer Firefighter

Seeking dedicated, community minded individual for essential community service. All training, uniforms, and many perks included. Must be willing to attended Firefighter I within one year and attend 20% of department functions (calls, drills, meetings, d

Completion of Firefighter I (within 1 year), attendance of 20% of department functions, desire to make a difference in the community.

Firefighter

The most visible role of the fire company is responding to emergencies throughout Bethel Park. However there are many different ways members contribute to the community. With activities ranging from fire prevention and safety talks to parades, there are various capacities in which one may contribute. Consider joining the fire company if you’re interested in becoming a valuable asset to the community and are looking for a great sense of fulfillment.

Membership is open to residents or property owners of Bethel Park, with a minimum age of 18.

Call Firefighters

The West Newbury Fire Department is currently accepting applications for call firefighters who live within 1 mile of the border of West Newbury.

Active Massachusetts drivers license, must attend required training, and motivated to help the community.

Firefighter EMT

Keno Fire Department is seeking eager members to become Volunteer firefighters and EMT's. Keno Fire Department will provide Fire and EMS training. Keno also provides weekly Fire and EMS training to meet and exceed the minimum continued education standard

Be 18 years or older at the time of appointment. High school diploma or GED. Clean criminal background check. Oregon driving license.

Firefighter

The firefighter works under the direction of Company Officers and the Fire Chief to mitigate the risks of injury and death due to natural and man-made emergencies. This is an "on-call" position assigned to one of three fire stations

Must live within 10 minutes from an East bethel Fire station. Must be at least 18 years old. Must have a High School Diploma or GED. Must meet the physical and mental requirements. Must have a satisfactory criminal history and a valid MN Drivers license

Firefighters and EMT

These are volunteer positions for personnel with flexible hours

Need to be medically fit, have a drivers license with no DUI's in the last 5 yrs, drug free and able to pass a back ground check. Must be 18 yrs of age.

Volunteer Firefighter/First Responder

1. Perform following duties as outlined n NFPA 1001 and Operations level of NFPA 472. 2. Lays out and connects hose. 3. Holds nozzle and directs water stream. 4. Raises and climbs ladders. 5. Uses hand extinguisher and firefighting appliances such as axes, pike poles and forcible entry tools. 6. Makes openings in buildings for ventilation and entrance, removes persons from hazardous situations, prevents the spread of fire and protects property from damage from water. 7. Wears a SCBA for entering hazardous atmospheres or oxygen-depleted buildings or confined spaces. 8. Safeguards life and performs rescue work at the scene of a toxic gas escape or similar hazard. 9. Uses extrication equipment to remove persons from entrapment in vehicles or machinery. 10. Drives and operates fire apparatus. 11. Attends monthly fire department meetings. 12. Performs other duties as required.

1. Must be accepted by the Board of Supervisors. 2. Must attend 50% drills per year 3. Must have Minnesota Fire Service Certification in the following within 2 years of appointment. a. Firefighter I and II 4. Must attend 30% of all fire calls received per year. 5. Must possess a valid Minnesota driver’s license. 6. Must pass the following Federal Emergency Management Administration (FEMA) Independent study courses a. IS 700 Introduction to the National Incident Management System b. IS 100 Introduction to Incident Command 7. Must pass the following tests as listed, the contents of which will be developed by the Fire Department administrative staff using nationally recognized standards as the guidelines: a. Hose Proficiency, Yearly b. SCBA Proficiency, Yearly c. Pumping/Driving Proficiency, Yearly 8. Must complete a biennial physical examination as specified by the department. 9. Must pass a criminal background and drivers license background check on appointment. 10. Current American Heart Association Health Care Provider Certification.

Firefighter/ EMT

The Menands Fire Department is currently seeking all classes of firefighters. We understand that not every person is comfortable with the thought of entering a burning building, However- There is more to being a firefighter than that! We have opportunities for Scene Support Personnel, Fire Police Personnel, Medical Response Personnel, as well as Interior Firefighters!

A strong desire to serve your community! Team player! Willingness to learn!

Volunteer Fireman

Looking for individuals interest in learning how to become firefighters and give back to our community.

No reqirements...individuals can apply and will be trained after acceptance.

Firefighter / EMT

Spout Springs Emergency Services is a combination department that consists of full-time, part-time, and volunteer firefighters. Established in 1968 as the "Spout Springs Rural Fire Department", SSES has grown to become one of the leading fire departments in the state of North Carolina.

If you are interested in becoming a volunteer Firefighter, you must meet the following requirements: 18 years old Valid driver's license Have a high school diploma Live in or reasonably close to our fire district  If you meet these requirements, feel free to contact us by email, telephone, or in person at 4400 Buffalo Lake Road (near the corner of Highway 87 and Buffalo Lake Road).

Volunteer

The Lake Jericho Volunteer Fire and Rescue Department is an all professional volunteer fire and rescue department which is actively seeking individuals who wish to volunteer in support of our mission which is to provide fire prevention-education, fire suppression and emergency services response to our community.

If you are interested in joining our team here are a few requirement that have to met: You must be 18 years of age (15 years of age for cadets) or older Our Cadet Firefighters do not have a residency requirement.(See Cadet Firefighters Section for more details) You must have a valid Commonwealth of Kentucky drivers license, and be a U.S. Citizen No previous criminal or felony convictions and of good moral character. Reside or work in the vicinity of Lake Jericho Volunteer Fire and Rescue service area (or close to it)

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.

Firefighter

   The Fire, Rescue, and Emergency Medicals Services are some of the most diverse and challenging jobs today. For this reason many people are drawn to volunteering in the fire service for many different reasons. Some by family or friends, others for the desire to help and serve their fellow citizen, while some just enjoy the adrenaline rush that comes with responding on a seconds notice to an emergency.        Volunteering in the fire service is an excellent way to give back to your community. Many people like the feeling of helping someone else, especially in their greatest times of need, and this is what the fire service is all about. Not only do you get to help others but you get to meet new people, people from many different ways of life. You get to experience and learn new things, being a part of something bigger than yourself. Not only is the fire service rewarding in what you do on emergencies but you also build strong bonds with your fellow firefighters. The fire service has a very deeply rooted history of many traditions and values, one being brotherhood. This bond is stronger than no other. The people you hang out with at the firehouse, the team that you respond with on calls, begins to become a second family once you join and the firehouse becomes a home away from home. Whatever motivates you to volunteer, everyone gains self-satisfaction of being their best when other are dealing with what may be the worst times of their life.       When it comes to responding to emergencies, no one call is the same. Everytime the alarm goes off, we are faced with a different challenge to solve. We stand ready to respond 24/7, everyday of the year, in every weather condition possible. Anytime the alarm sounds, we respond. We train on many different types of emergencies ranging from structure fire, to heart attacks, to car accidents, to childbirths and any other imaginable emergency in between. Day or night we may have to use these skills, and very often under potentially stressful and emotional circumstances. Yet these are just some of the many factors that make this profession so personally rewarding.       Volunteering in the fire service may be one of the most important decisions you may make in your life, however you won't regret it. We hope that you take the time and serious consideration that this decision needs and decide to join our ranks! 

At least 18 years of age (Explorer Program available for ages 14-18) Prior experience welcomed but not necessary

Intern Fire Fighter

Intern Firefighters are individuals who are seeking a career in the fire service, have completed or are enrolled in a Fire Academy, and are looking for full time experience in order to improve their opportunities for a career in the fire service. Interns work assigned shifts just as a regular paid fire fighter. They experience life as a paid firefighter, gaining experience, training, and knowledge along the way, and are expected to perform at the same level as a paid fire fighter. Interns are encouraged to further their education, and are required to be actively seeking employment as a firefighter with other departments. Interns receive a small shift stipend to offset any out-of-pocket expenses.

• At least eighteen years old • High school graduate (or equivalent) • Valid California Driver License • Maintain physical conditioning necessary to perform safely and efficiently in emergencies • Meet medical and physical agility standards • Emergency Medical Responder (First Responder) or better.

Scott Fire Department is Looking for Volunteer Firefighters

“Have you ever watched a fire truck pass by with lights and sirens, and thought about where it might be responding?” If your answer is YES, then maybe it is time you learn more. You might have the interest, in becoming a Scott Volunteer Firefighter. The Scott Volunteer Fire Department is currently, accepting applications for volunteer firefighters. Becoming a volunteer firefighter is a great way to give back to the community and gain a unique lifetime experience like no other. To give a quick overview, the SVFD is ultimately two Fire Departments, working under one roof, contracting fire services to the City of Scott, and the Unincorporated areas of Lafayette Parish. There are dedicated SVFD equipment and resources for both.    The SVFD is heavily supplemented and relies on Volunteer Firefighters. Still in North America today, over 60% of Fire Department staffing is compromised of Volunteer Firefighters. The amount of volunteer firefighters is decreasing, as call volumes increase. Becoming a Scott volunteer firefighter isn’t just running into burning buildings. The SVFD responds to many types of emergencies, from all types of fire-related incidents to vehicle crashes, Alarms, Hazardous conditions as well as medical emergencies such as someone having difficulty breathing or a heart attack. And any all types of incidents requiring the fire department. Scott Volunteer Firefighters, also participate heavily in special events and fire prevention details in the community. In 2019 the SVFD responded to over 1000 calls for service. Although previous firefighting experience is preferred, there is no pre-required training to become a volunteer firefighter. As a Scott Volunteer Firefighter, you will work hands-on, side by side with trained and certified Scott Firefighters, receiving training, and learning the basics to assist and complete the required task of the job. In the near future, you will be eligible, after completing all the required and prerequisite training to become certified as Firefighter 1 and a Louisiana certified Emergency Medical Responder. Although there is a minimum amount of training hours and emergency calls to make monthly. Life as a Scott volunteer is not as time-consuming as most think. The volunteers of the SVFD participate in weekly training and respond to emergencies at their availability or work volunteer shifts at the fire station. Scott volunteers and families go about enjoying their daily lives and activities. It is neighbors helping neighbors, and even if you are not from the immediate Scott area the self-gratification of helping someone in need is priceless. We thank you for your interest and hope you continue the application process in becoming a Scott Volunteer Firefighter. __________________________________________ HOW TO APPLY Please go to the following link http://www.scottfd.com/volunteer.html Please note, the details listed on the scottfd.com, about applying are outdated and will be changed soon.  Please fill out the Volunteer Application and submit. ___________________________________________ Additional notes, All thought not the ultimate purpose of becoming a Volunteer Firefighter, there are a couple of incentives.  Please Note: (Some of these do not apply to those in the Junior Firefighter or Support Services program) *PPC Paid Per Call, Incentive program with a stipend per fire call, paid monthly. *Free CPR /AED First aid training *Free EMR Emergency Medical Responder training and certification (When available) *School Tuition reimbursement programs (When available) *Use of the LFD Training Center, GYM.  *Free Wi-Fi usage at both SVFD Stations *Television and Cable *Free Firefighter (Practical and written) certification for testing,  *LA State income tax credit(Depending on your tax bracket) *Free Firefighting Training (both SVFD in house, LFD Training Center and LSU) *Access to Firefighter Educational library and textbooks. *Membership for the LSFA Louisiana State Fireman's Association *Great Resume builder, Show your future employers have more than what it takes to complete the task at hand. Firefighting experience is preferred but not necessary *18 years of age *US Citizen * (No felony convictions) *Must have reliable transportation Junior Firefighter (16-17 years of age)

Firefighting experience is preferred but not necessary *18 years of age *US Citizen * (No felony convictions) *Must have reliable transportation Junior Firefighter (16-17 years of age)

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-EMT, EMT, Support Survice Volunteer

See Dept. Web Site

See Dept. Web site

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

Volunteer / paid on call Firefighter, Pelican Rapids Fire Department is City owned and serves the city of Pelican Rapids, city of Erhard, 9 townships with a total population of 9500 year round and 25,000 seasonal. we respond to all types of emergency calls, we are not medical but assist the local ambulance service when needed. the PRFD responds to around 65 -80 calls annually.

New firefighters need to have Firefighter Certification in FFI, FFII, hazmat. this training is provided free of charge. Must be at least 18 years of age Live with in 5 miles of the city of Pelican Rapids. Pass a background Check Have a Valid MN drivers License

FIREFIGHTER AND EMT'S NEEDED

BENNET FIRE & RESCUE BASIC FIREFIGHTER JOB DESCRIPTION The Position Under leadership direction, responds to structure and wildland fires, rescues, vehicle accidents, medical emergencies, and hazardous materials spills as a member of Bennet Fire and Rescue. May drive, operate and perform routine maintenance on fire apparatus and various other fire and rescue related equipment during emergencies and training drills. May perform basic fire prevention, station maintenance and general housekeeping duties. May be called upon to perform rescue assignments during natural disasters such as floods and or tornados. Duties: • Perform modern fire suppression operations in a safe and effective manner, using hose lines, fire streams, raising ladders, ventilation techniques, and salvage / overhaul. • Assist in providing emergency medical care to victims of accidents, illness and injury; If you are an EMT you will be determining patient assessments through accurate collection of vital signs, administer cardio- pulmonary resuscitation (CPR) and oxygen, applying bandages to control bleeding and other immediate life saving techniques. • Rescue trapped victims using tools and equipment such as jacks, hydraulic spreaders and rams, saws and porta-power. • Maintain skills and certifications by attendance at scheduled training classes and drills. • Perform routine non-emergency tasks such as cleaning and storing hose and other fire equipment; cleaning and replacing medical equipment, cleaning and maintenance of station and attending department work days as needed for the good of the organization. • Project a positive image to the public as a representative of Bennet Fire & Rescue; encourage and maintain public support for fire suppression and prevention. • Wear a pager and be available to respond to the station for emergency response or station coverage at all hours of the day or night as avalible. • May be assigned to drive and operate fire apparatus. • May be assigned as company officer, taking command of incident scene and relaying report on conditions to county dispatch. • Perform other duties as may be assigned for the good of the organization. Must Possess Ability To: Communicate effectively with the public, personnel from other agencies and other volunteers. Establish and maintain cooperative working relationships with other members of the department. Respond to emergency and non-emergency situations at all hours of the day and night as avalible. Think clearly and decisively in stressful situations, carry out complex directions and follow orders of superiors. Work in hazardous and unfamiliar situations. Wear protective clothing for extended periods of time often in extreme weather conditions. Climb ladders, which require lifting arms above shoulder level and working at heights greater than 10 feet. Pull 100 pounds of dead weight at a distance of 50 feet. Meet and maintain physical standards required for fire and rescue work. Learn modern structural and wildland fire suppression techniques. Learn First-Aid and CPR techniques.

Minimum 18 years of age at time of appointment. Possess a valid driver's license upon appointment. Obtain Cardio Pulmonary Resuscitation (CPR) certification within first year. Possess no medical or physical disabilities that might impede the ability to perform firefighting and rescue functions. Must Possess Ability To: Communicate effectively with the public, personnel from other agencies and other volunteers. Establish and maintain cooperative working relationships with other members of the department. Respond to emergency and non-emergency situations at all hours of the day and night as avalible. Think clearly and decisively in stressful situations, carry out complex directions and follow orders of superiors. Work in hazardous and unfamiliar situations. Wear protective clothing for extended periods of time often in extreme weather conditions. Climb ladders, which require lifting arms above shoulder level and working at heights greater than 10 feet. Pull 100 pounds of dead weight at a distance of 50 feet. Meet and maintain physical standards required for fire and rescue work. Learn modern structural and wildland fire suppression techniques. Learn First-Aid and CPR techniques.

Live-in Firefighter Program

Eligible recruits are invited to participate in our live-in program. This program provides lodging no charge in exchange for performing volunteer activities such as training and responding to emergency incidents. As an appointed Probationary Volunteer firefighter, the individual 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. Approved candidates that meet requirements are eligible for pay-per-call and duty crew pay program

They will also be required to perform within the scope of the policies and procedures of Winterville Fire-Rescue-EMS 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. Probationary Volunteer firefighters work under the supervision of an officer and are 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 Probationary Volunteer firefighter is required to attend regularly scheduled training to maintain the high level of knowledge, skill, and ability necessary to function safely and effectively as a firefighter. A Probationary Volunteer firefighter is a non-compensated position but may receive a pay-per-call stipend if qualified. Volunteer Firefighter/EMTs are not normally assigned shifts but are expected to respond from home or work to calls. A Probationary 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; 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. Requirements for becoming a volunteer firefighter with the Winterville Fire-Rescue-EMS 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 or maintain required hours at the station on a monthly basis. Candidates must maintain required training hours annually.

Resident Volunteer

Resident volunteer become part of our team. The residents, live in one of three stations assigned a 24 shift every third day. You will recieve a stipend and tuition payment for 3 of the 4 terms per year.

No experience needed, prefer Firefighter 1 and first responder. We will provide the rest.

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.

Firefighter/EMT/Paramedic

Looking to fill our ranks with experienced and non- Experienced members. our business meetings are the 2nd Tuesday of every month and out training meetings are the 4th Tuesday of every month. We provide fire protective services and medical first responders to the areas south of Winnsboro and north of Holly lake ranch. we have mutual aid agreements with Winnsboro FD, Perryville FD, Holly Lake FD, and Quitman FD. we also aid Coke and Hainesville if needed. we have a GREAT group of men and women here at the station and are looking forward to meeting you. we are a family here at Ogburn and we would love to have you join up with us.

must be 18 or older or 16-17 with parental permission, or attendance into our junior program must have a clean criminal record (no felonies or violent misdemeanors) must not be addicted to or currently using/abusing illegal drugs or abusing prescription drugs past fire experience is not necessary though it is encouraged. ICS 100, 200, 700, 800 and courage to be safe will be required to be completed with your 90 probationary period.

Help with fundraising

Helping with fundrasing

anyone

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.

Emergency Medical Technician

The EMT may function alone or as a member of a multimember team. Tasks, which the EMT may perform, include the following: Receive calls from a dispatcher, verbally acknowledge the call, read road maps, assist in the identification of the most expeditious route to the scene, and observe traffic ordinances and regulations enroute to and from the emergency scene. Upon arrival at the scene, insure the vehicle is parked in a safe location; perform a size-up to determine scene safety, mechanism of injury or illness, determine the total number of patients, and request additional help if necessary. In the absence of law enforcement, create a safe environment for the protection of the injured and those assisting in the care of patient(s). Determine the nature and extent of illness or injury, take pulses, blood pressure by auscultation palpation, visually observe changes in skin color, and establish a priority for emergency care. Based on assessment findings, render emergency care to adults, infants, and children. Establish and maintain an airway, ventilate patients, perform cardiac resuscitation, use automated external defibrillators, provide prehospital emergency care of single and multiple system trauma such as controlling hemorrhage, treatment of shock (hypoperfusion), bandaging wounds, and immobilization of painful swollen and deformed extremities. Manage medical patients to include assisting in childbirth, management of respiratory, cardiac, diabetic, allergic, behavioral and environmental emergencies, and suspected poisonings. Search for medical identification emblems, bracelets, or cards that provide emergency care information. Additional care is provided based on assessment of the patient and obtaining past medical information. Assist patients with prescribed medications including sublingual nitroglycerine, epinephrine auto injectors, and hand-held aerosol inhalers. Administer oxygen, oral glucose, and activated charcoal. Reassure patients and bystanders by working in a confident, efficient manner and avoid mishandling patients and undue haste while working expeditiously. Where extrication is required, assess the extent of injury and give all possible emergency care and protection to the patient. Use recognized techniques and equipment to remove patients safely. Radio dispatchers for additional help as necessary. Following extrication, provide additional medical care and triage injured victims in accordance with standard emergency procedures. Comply with regulations on the handling of crime scenes and prehospital death by notifying appropriate authorities and arrange for protection of property and evidence. Carry and lift the stretcher, placing it in the ambulance and see that the patient and stretcher are secured. Continue care enroute to the appropriate facility. Determine the most appropriate facility for patient transport unless otherwise directed by medical control. Report the nature and extent of injuries, the number of patients being transported, and the destination of patients to ensure prompt medical care in accordance with local protocols. Observe and reassess the patient enroute, and administer care as directed by medical control. Assist with lifting and moving the patient and appropriate equipment from the ambulance into the emergency facility. Report verbally and in writing, observations and emergency treatment given to the patient, at the scene and in transit, to the receiving staff for record keeping and diagnostic purposes. Upon request, provide assistance to the receiving facility staff. After completion of the call, restock and replace care supplies, clean all equipment following appropriate decontamination and cleaning procedures, make careful examination of all equip ment to ensure availability of the ambulance for the next call. Maintain the ambulance in an efficient operating condition. Attend continuing education and refresher training programs as required by employers' medical direction and/or the certifying agency. Meet qualifications within the functional position description of the EMT.

Be a minimum of 17 years of age upon enrollment Successfully complete certification examination. Have the ability to hear, read, write, communicate, and interpret instructions in the English language. Demonstrate competency in handling emergencies using basic life support equipment in accordance with the objectives in the U.S. Department of Transportation National Standard Curriculum for EMT and other objectives identified including having the ability to: Verbally communicate in person and via telephone and telecommunications; communicate the status of a patient to other EMS providers and hospital staff; and hear via telecommunications, telephone and patient! bystanders voice. Lift to a height of 33 inches, and carry and balance a minimum of 125 pounds. Use good judgement and remain calm in high-stress situations. Read training manuals, books and roadmaps. Accurately discern street signs and address numbers. Verbally interview patients, family members, and bystanders and hear their responses. Document, in writing, all relevant information in prescribed format. Verbally communicate status of patients to co-workers and hospital staff, and answer all oral questions. Demonstrate manual dexterity, with ability to perform all tasks related to quality patient care. Bend, stoop, crawl, and walk on uneven surfaces. Function in varied environmental conditions such as lighted or darkened work areas, and extreme heat, cold, and moisture.

Volunteer firefighter

Volunteer firefighter

Highly motivated individual willing to put in the time required to trainand attend classes as required to become firefighters. Rookie fire classes are held twice a year they are on Tuesday nights,Thursday night,Saturdays,and possibly some Sundays

Administrative Member

This position was created for individuals who might not want to respond to emergencies, but would like to volunteer their time with the company in other ways. Perhaps you are handy and would like to help fix things around the stations. Maybe you have computer skills, and could help us maintain our computer systems. The possibilities are almost limitless. Administrative members meeting length of service requirements are eligible to run for elected board positions. 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 -Earned income tax credit (for those living in Pine Township) -Free meals provided for certain events, calls, training -Free access to a wide array of gym equipment at the station -Free single membership and deeply discounted family membership to the Pine Community Center -Free fire department apparel and uniforms -Other discounted services from various businesses in the community

Administrative members follow the regular application process, but are not responsible to complete any fire training courses. As such, administrative members are not permitted to respond to emergencies. To maintain status as an active administrative member, you must attend at least 10 fire company events (meetings, work details, PR events, etc.) in a calendar year.

Firefighter/ Firefighter Recruit/ First Responder

If you are certified fireman within the state of Tennessee and looking for a great department to Volunteer at or looking to give back to the community then look no further. You have found a great department to join. If you are not certified or moving from another state then again look no further. Come join Andersonville Volunteer Fire Department and we will get you up to speed on everything you need. We cover approx. 92 square miles with 3 stations. We cover parts of Norris Lake and the Clinch River.

None Required as we will train you

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

Humphreys County Fire Department D6 is seeking individuals 16 years and older who are interested in serving as Volunteer Firefighters for their community. We are looking for Men and Women who understand that Trust is an important part of public safety, Therefore, you MUST be able to gain the trust of your fellow firefighter and those that reside in our community. You need to trust that your fellow brothers/sisters know their job, trust that they will teach and guide you to the best of their abilities. We are seeking individuals who have integrity, determination and motivation. We will offer all the training that you will need, We're willing to invest in you, in turn you NEED to invest your time and be dedicated. Please, feel free to give us a call or come by on a Tuesday night, our meetings are at 7:00pm. We would surely like to meet all those who are interested. I have a great team here at District 6 and our doors are ALWAYS open to adding more members, there is always a place here for everyone.

*Must have a Valid drivers license and insurance *Must be 16 years old for our Explorer Program *Must attend meetings and training events *Enjoy serving others

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.

Firefighter

Middletown Township Fire Department Volunteer Firefighter GENERAL PURPOSE 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. DISTINGUISHING CHARACTERISTICS 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.

Call Firefighter

The Boxford Fire Department is currently accepting applications to join our department as a call firefighter. We are looking for individuals in and around the surrounding area whom are interested in better serving their community. Boxford Fire utilizes two stations spanning across 24 square miles with 8400 residents. If selected; the Boxford Fire Department will provide an in house educational recruit training program which will provide the essential knowledge and hands on skills necessary to perform the job. Upon completion of the recruit training program the candidate will then acquire their First Responder or EMT training prior to responding to calls. East Station: 6 Middleton Road Boxford MA 01921 East Call Firefighter Hours: Monday-Friday: 4p-8a Saturday-Sunday: All Hours Note: Call Services are requested during weekday hours for Mutual Aid, Large scale incidents (MCI's), shift coverage, ect. West Station: 585 Main Street Boxford MA 01921 West Call Firefighter Hours: Monday-Sunday: All Hours

All Applicants Must be 18+ and live within a 10 minute response to either our East or West Stations at the discretion of the Chief. No medical condition that would prevent an applicant from fully preforming the duties of a Firefighter/First Responder/EMT Ability to attend Monday night department trainings and respond to a minimum percentage of calls for service Must have reliable transportation and a valid Drivers License Willingness to attend the Massachusetts Firefighting Academy and acquire their EMT

Firefighter or EMT or Support

Firefighter- Training and participation in interior and exterior fire ground activities including prevention, suppression, origin and cause determination. Entry training not required, may be trained by the department EMT- Training and participation in Emergency Medical Services. This includes emergency response with medical care, trauma care, rescue/extrication and education for injury prevention and health education. Also included in this role is the opportunity to provide service standby at local events. Support- Fire Station maintenance, apparatus and equipment maintenance, personnel rehab on emergency incidents, personnel accountability on emergency incidents, staffing and operation of the department's mobile water supply units to support firefighting operations including operations of fill sites, dump sites, and fire department tankers

18 years of age or acceptable high school student. valid driver's license (emergency vehicle training is provided by the department) willing to submit to background check MOST IMPORTANTLY, a willingness to serve and make a difference in your community.

Volunteer Firefighters

Young men and women needed in the Newburgh area to join the family of first responders that protect your communities every day 24/7. All you need is to be in good physical condition, have a desire to help people and willing to answer the call! We will be interviewing local candidates in person on July 3rd at Cronomer Hill ball fields during the Town of Newburgh Community Day. Stop by and fill out an application, find out what we’re about, and enjoy the fireworks afterwards!

18 yrs old (16 with parental consent) Able to pass a physical and background check Willing to take the required training within 1st year of joining.

Emergency Medical Responder/EMR

Provide pre-hospital, pre ambulance arrival, emergency medical care to people of our community. Often times in our very rural community ambulance providers must respond from a great distance and the care you can provide can mean the difference between life and death.

18 years of age. Our department will provide or arrange all necessary training at no cost to the volunteer. Our department will provide any and all needed equipment to provide emergency care.

Volunteers needed for the listed positions

We are in need of volunteers for fund raising, department support this could be older retired members of our community. We also have a need for younger men amd women to perform firefighting, rescue and EMS duties with our department training is provided and paid for.

We could use retired pesrons to assist us in fund raising this would be collecting money , selling tickets setting up fund raising ideas. If you are already an EMT or Paramedic we could use you to run QRS for our department. If you have a firefighting background we could use you also if not we will train you. We will also provide you training to become a first repsonder or EMT.

Volunteer Firefighter

Lugoff Fire Department is looking for volunteer firefighters to serve the Lugoff area.

The "South Carolina Firefighters Employment and Registration Act " requires a background check for all volunteer firefighters prior to employment at LFD. Must be 18 years of age or older Must possess a valid South Carolina Driver’s License Maintain personal residence within 15 minutes of our fire district preferably in Kershaw County Be physically and mentally fit to perform the duties of the volunteer position or role applied Agree to abide by all the policies, procedures and guidelines of the LFD Cannot be a volunteer member of another Kershaw County Fire Department

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

Auxiliary

Do you feel you don't have enough time to learn firefighting or EMT skills? We still need you. Our auxiliary needs help in many areas. Want to help wash trucks, cut grass? How about helping out with fundraising? Help us with community service projects. Whatever time and skills you have to offer, we can use them. It doesn't matter if you can only give a few hours a week or within a month. We can use you. Come join the auxiliary and see what we are all about. Many of our current auxiliary were formerly firefighters and EMT's. They still give back to their community by helping with everything it takes to keep our department running. You can help out too.

Any age with any skill.

Firefighter/EMT

Helmet Peak Vol. Fire has a standing open application for FF/EMT or CEP. HPVFD is a small single station department averaging approx 130 calls per year. Our area is a remote rural area surrounded by mine facilities. Call volume is vastly EMS with occasional calls requiring Firefighter skills. Applicants must posses AZ EMS certifications, either IFSAC accredited or AZ Certified in Firefighter I&II, HazMat Ops, and wild land.

1. Attend at least 2 Saturday training session a month. 2. You must average a minimum of 12hrs of shift work per month. 3. Maintain your certifications. 4. Maintain an acceptable driving record, report any violations immediately. 5. Maintain issued equipment in working condition. 6. Respond to calls and/or staff the Station

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.

Fire Fighter/First Responder

We are currently recruiting Fire Fighters and medical First Responders.All training and equipment are provided by the department.

Cadets ages 14 -17 Fire Fighters 18 & up Medical First Responders 18 & up There is a job for EVERYONE. Stop by and say Hi

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.

Volunteer

Volunteer Fire Department providing MFR response as well

Time and want to give. We will provide the training

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/Junior Firefighter

Looking for men or women interested in becoming firefighters and serving their community. No experience required training is available if approved for membership. Looking for junior firefighters ages 16-18 as well as anyone over the aged of 18.

To qualify as a firefighter you must live within one mile of the departments disctrict lines. Must be able to pass background check and drug test. Ages 16-18 will be considered junior firefighters and must be in school with a passing grade.

Firefighter

Structural and wild land firefighting. Swift water rescue, vehicle extrication and fire prevention education.

Must be 18 years old, have reliable transportation, clean background check and pass pre employment and random drug screen testing.

ALL Positions Needed

Marion Volunteer Fire & Rescue is seeking Volunteers for ALL roles in our Department. If you have the time and heart, we have a need for your help.

Must be 18 years or older Must have a desire to serve your Community Must love helping others.

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

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.

Recruit Firefighter

Corinth Fire Department is currently accepting applications for volunteer firefighter. No previous education or training is required, but preferred. Volunteers must attend a weekly training session for 2-4 hours and be available to make calls anytime they are available. Free firefighter training and certification for all members and after 6 months of active participation on training and calls for service, the Fire Department will also sponsor your funding to obtain your EMT-B certification. Corinth Fire Department also specializes in Technical Rescue and Tactical EMS. For those individuals that do not wish to specialize in the Fire Service, other services need volunteer firefighters, such as (but not limited to), Engineer, Community Outreach, Special Details, Honor Guard, ect.

Must by at least 18 years of age at time of application If already a registered firefighter in the State of Kentucky, please provide your FFN upon applying Submit to a State and Local Background Check Must not have a Felony Record (some exceptions exist, please check with the Fire Chief) Must attend weekly training Must make Call For Service

Firefighter/EMT, EMT, Paramedic

The Brandon Fire Department is currently accepting applications for Paid-on-Call Firefighters, Basic EMT, and Paramedics. 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 are available at Brandon Fire Station #1, 53 South St., Ortonville, MI 48462. Phone: 248-627-4000. Applications will be accepted until positions are filled. Offers of employment are contingent upon the successful passing of an interview with fire department personnel, physical exam, drug screen, and background investigation.

To be eligible, must be a U.S. Citizen, applicants must have a High School Diploma, be at least 18 years of age, live within four miles of the Brandon Township Boarder, 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 Firefighter and Basic EMT training.

Volunteer EMT

The volunteers of Q-TOWN come from many different backgrounds and do many different things. Whether a college student or a business owner, the 60 members of QFC share one thing, the PASSION to protect our community and its citizens. We are seeking volunteers to serve the community as an Emergency Medical Technician (EMT).

We accept membership from anyone over the age of 14. No experience necessary. Training, equipment, and medical examinations are all free!!! All we require is the desire to make a difference!!!

Many possibilities

We can use help with various firefighting activities, fire police/traffic control, a variety of fundraising opportunities. Help is needed throughout the year.

Minimum age is 18 years old to join as a Junior Member and a Minimum of 21 years old to join as an Active, Regular or Social membership.

Volunteers needed

We have openings for Firefighters, Jr Firefighters & Fire Police. All are welcome to apply. We even have needs for Special Members who would help around the facility and with events.

Willingness to serve your 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

Probationary firefighter

As a probationary firefighter you can train and run calls while you learn the different roles within the fire service. Company paid training is available and encouraged.

Must be 18 years old.

Volunteer Firefighters and Support Personnel

The Schriever Volunteer Fire Department is currently looking for energetic and enthusiastic people who are interested in becoming members of a growing fire dept. Become a part of a team that responds to emergencies in your community.You will be provided with various types of training including firefighting,auto extrication, and specialized rescue. If you want to help out and not be directly involved in the action we still can use you. We need people in the background to support the firefighters with task such as getting equipment needed to the scene, cleaning and servicing equipment after call, providing water and services to the firefighters.If you’re up for a challenge and want to give back to your community, this is for you.

18 yrs old Valid drivers license Background check No experience necessary

Volunteer Firefighter

Community service by volunteering with our Fire Department

Call or come by the fire station for an application packet.

Volunteer Administrative Assistant

The volunteer fire service is in dire need of more volunteers to assist at the fire department. New members can either be active members (those whom respond to fire scenes) or administrative members (assist in fundraising, financial records, social media, photography, etc).

Must be at least 16 years old to join.

Volunteer with Johnson City Volunteer Fire Department

Johnson City Volunteer Fire Department is looking for individuals who are interested in serving our community. Everyone can do something and we have opportunites available in every Avenue, from becoming a firefighter and assisting us on the fireline to joining our Fire Corps community to helping us launch our Junior Firefighter program, we could use your help!

Requirements vary by the role you are looking for but experience is not required. You will need to be able to pass a background check for all roles.

Member

Member is anyone looking to become an Emergency Medical Technician, already an EMT, or just looking to help their community.

No experience necessary. All necessary training provided free of charge.

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.

Firefighters, EMTs, Paramedics & Support Volunteers - With or Without Experience

Join one of the most progressive, dynamic volunteer fire, rescue & EMS departments in the region, providing a full stable of services including engine company, truck company, rescue squad and BLS & ALS emergency medical services. <strong>At the HVFD, you are not a member of a department, you are a member of our family.</strong> We are a busy, urban fire/EMS department bordering the nation's capital, responding to nearly 6,000 calls for service every year. We are conveniently located adjacent to the Prince George's Plaza Metro station on the green line, making the HVFD an ideal place to volunteer wherever you live in the area. Although no previous experience or training is required, you need more than just a desire to help people. You also need courage and dedication, assertiveness, and a willingness to learn new skills and face new challenges. Our service is one that calls on its members to perform hot, sweaty, dirty, strenuous work, often in uncertain and hazardous environments. Our volunteers must be team players, respecting each other’s roles and contributions. You need to be able to work on-call and to deal with occasional interruptions to your lifestyle, dropping what you’re doing at the ‘sound of the bell’ to respond to the emergency needs of your fellow citizens. A new recruit can expect to spend between 5-10 hours each week on fire company business. This entails meetings, training, emergency responses and other miscellaneous activities. Some weeks will be more and other weeks much less. The days of the week or times may vary depending on the level of activity. All training and equipment is provided free -- so whether you have years of experience and looking for a new home to volunteer or are a member of our community in the Maryland/DC/Virginia area looking to start volunteering in fire/EMS, we have opportunities at the HVFD for you. <li><a href="http://firedept.link/joinhvfd_nvfc"><strong>Click here to earn more about opportunities, benefits and about the HVFD at HVFD.com/join</strong></a></li>

<li> <strong>Minimum Requirements:</strong> You must be at least 16 years of age to apply. For those under 18, a statement of parental or legal guardian consent must accompany the application, and a parent or legal guardian must also attend an interview process.</li> <li> <strong>First Steps:</strong> New recruits must successfully pass a Prince George’s County background check and physical examination and complete the county's Volunteer Recruit School (typically 4 weeknights, including CPR).</li> <li> <strong>Flexible Duty Shifts:</strong> All Fire/EMS and EMS Only members are required to participate in our Duty Shift program. This typically includes a minimum of 24–36 hours per month mixed between weeknights and weekends. We can generally meet needs for flexible schedules and members are always encouraged to schedule volunteer hours beyond the minimums.</li> <lI> <strong>Free Training:</strong> Full Fire/EMS members must complete (or have reciprocity for) both Firefighter I & EMT within 30 months of joining -- and one of them within 18 months. EMS only members must have or complete the Maryland EMT course (or reciprocity for other states) within 18 months of joining. <em>All training is provided free.</em></li> Support roles are also available ranging from administrative support, financial, community education and beyond. Contact join@hvfd.com for more information or visit us online at <a href="http://firedept.link/joinhvfd_nvfc">hvfd.com/join</a>

Fire fighter

EMT

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firefighter/emt

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.

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.

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

Brandon Vermont Volunteer Firefighter

Serve your community by joining the Brandon Fire Department. All residents living in the towns of Brandon, Leicester, and Goshen over the age of 18 are welcome to apply. Students between the ages of 16 and 18 can join our department as a Junior Firefighter. Applications are available at the Fire Station and can be picked up on Wednesday nights between 7:00 PM and 9:00 PM.

Time requirements? This is NOT a full time job! Most of our Firefighters have other full time jobs and respond to calls in their free time. We ask that candidates be available on the Second, Third, and Last Wednesday nights of every month from 7:00 PM to 9:00 PM for training, work, and meeting nights. Physical requirements? There is a job for everyone on the fireground. If you have passion for the fire service, we can work with you to determine what it is you would be doing based on what you feel comfortable with.

Firefighter

A Firefighter with the Gregory Volunteer Fire Department will benefit from free training, community involvement, discipline, and pride. The Department is a leadership designed hierarchy. Prospective applicants must attend three consecutive Tuesday Night trainings to be eligible to be voted in by the general membership. At that point, you will become a probationary firefighter. The probationary tenure is 6 months, at which point the applicants behavior, attendance, ability, and willingness to learn will be evaluated. The general membership will then vote to extend probation, or accept applicant as a full voting member of the Department. Members are outfitted with the minimum PPE for wildland and structural firefighting. The PPE is owned and maintained by the GVFD.

Applicants must be in relative good health and understand that Firefighting, whether paid or volunteer, is an inherently dangerous activity. Applicants should be able to carry up to 70 on their back for a sustained duration of time. Applicants should not be claustrophobic. The following requirements will be met before an applicant can be voted in as a probationary firefighter: 1. Must be 18 years of age or older 2. Must pass a criminal background check and have no felony or Class B-A misdemeanor convictions (a conviction will not necessarily bar the applicant from joining). 3. Posses a Class C Texas Driver License (Class B exempt preferred) 4. Texas EMT-B or higher is preferred; however, not required. 5. Must be able to attend 50% of training's, and 20% of calls.

Firefighter

The Dodgeville Fire Department has a long and proud tradition of neighbors serving neighbors. We are currently looking for upstanding, motivated adults to join our team. Our department is staffed by volunteers that respond at a moments notice to help family, friends, and strangers alike. In an age where people are going in so many different directions, it is easy to pass on such an opportunity. The question we ask is, "If not you, then who?" Call today to find out more! (608) 935-3035. We are happy to meet and discuss any questions you have before a formal application is needed. We are a volunteer department with an ISO class rating of 3, which is the same rating that many full time departments in our state have. We provide for all training required, both thru the technical college as well as in-house training. We respond to a variety of emergencies, including structure fires, vehicle fires, traffic accidents, missing persons, hazardous material, ice rescue, and the ever-present "unknown".

• 18 years of age or older. • High school graduate or equivalent (GED, etc). • Live in Dodgeville and be available for emergency calls with no warning. • U.S. citizen or permanent alien resident who is eligible for and has applied for citizenship. • Be in good physical condition as determined by medical examination that may include provisions of the National Fire Protection Association Standard 158. • In addition, applicants must not have a felony conviction directly related to the position of firefighter (e.g., arson, burglary, larceny, murder). Applicants must not have a record reflecting a series of misdemeanor convictions that indicate a habitual disrespect for the law. Conviction records will not be an automatic bar to employment, but will be considered on a case by case review. • Have a good moral character as determined by investigation/background check.

Firefighter, EMT, Fire Police, Administrative, Support, Auxiliary and Junior Members

The Lake Winola Fire Company needs you! We are looking for any members willing to be a part of our team of hardworking and dedicated volunteers. We are a fire company located in Wyoming County, PA that answers emergency 911 calls for fire, medical emergencies, and rescue needs. There is a spot for anyone even if you’re not interested in the medical or fire side as we have many opportunities for volunteer both physical and administrative. Come check us out!

All you need is to be willing to learn and work as a team. Completion of fire company application, background check, and interview are required. Any volunteers aged 14-18 are considered junior members and have some restrictions to what they can do until they turn 18.

Firefighter

The Hammonton Independent Volunteer Fire Company, Station 2 is accepting new applications! No experience is necessary, State Certification Training will be provided upon acceptance.

Must be al least 18 years old and possess a valid drivers license

Firefighter/Emergency Medical Services/Auxiliary

Please Contact the Bel AIr Volunteer Fire Company to learn about the great opportunities we have for you. Be part of your community by joining. Many different categories for you to volunteer. Please visit us on the web at BAVFC.org and on Facebook.

Wanting to serve your community.

Instructor – Mid America Teen Community Emergency Response Team

The Mid America Teen Community Emergency Response Team is an advanced community training program that teaches all citizens, who are at least 12 years and older, to assist their families and emergency services in the event of an emergency and or natural disaster before professional first responders arrive. Our goal is to train students how to respond to any emergency situation effectively and efficiently, without placing themselves in unnecessary danger. Some of the knowledge taught contains how to handle most emergency situations, including treating the medical killers and providing medical aid, managing utilities and putting out small fires, searching for and rescuing victims safely, assisting people with special and functional needs, preparing for acts of terrorism, and collecting disaster intelligence to support first responder efforts.

Individuals must be at least 18 years old and should live in the St. Louis, Missouri or surrounding area. Must have completed the FEMA G-317 CERT (Community Emergency Response Team) Basic Training Course. Must have completed the CERT Train-the-Trainer course in person or E428 through EMI. You will need to complete the TEEN CERT Train-the-Trainer course through the Mid America Teen Community Emergency Response Team. A background check will be performed and individuals must have a clean police record.

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 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. -2 stations -Training provided

-Age -15 years and older. -Criminal History - No felony conviction of any kind. Applicants must provide a Pa State background check paid for by the applicant.

Volunteers Wanted!

We are always looking for volunteers! Check out our Facebook for more information www.facebook.com/fdmt18 or check out our website for an application: www.fdmt.org

Minimum Age Requirement: 16 years old

Firefighter

We are looking for volunteer firefighters to serve the East Palatka community and surrounding areas! All training is provided in house free of charge.

All training and equipment are provided. Minimum requirements: Be at least 18 years of age. Free from a criminal record. Good moral character Willingness to learn and train Desire to actively participate

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.

Volunteer firefighter/EMT

The Saint Jo Volunteer Fire Department is currently accepting applications for volunteer firefighters and EMTS. No certifications are required to join. Training and gear will be provided. We look forward to hearing from you!

•18 years old •Valid Texas drivers license •Live within the city limits or no more than 5 minutes out of the city limits

Firefighter

We are looking for volunteers that are eager to help others and their community. We respond to Fire, EMS, Hazmat and various other calls. We look forward to seeing you at our dept. For more information and times of training contact (256)-310-7788 or bigoakfd@aol.com

16 years of age Valid Drivers License Clean driving history No Felony Convictions

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...

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

Volunteer Firefighter

La Huerta Fire Department is in need of volunteers. Volunteers firefighters are 69% of all firefighters in the USA. Your community needs your help.

Willingness to help your community, commitment to train and learn,

Firefighter

Seeking highly motivated individuals with the desire to serve the Ridge community. Individuals available during the weekday daytime hours are preferred but members of all availability times accepted.

18 Years of age. Valid SCDL, Reliable transportation. Must pass criminal background check. Candidate must be approved by membership and meet specified training requirements within a specified timeframe.

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.

Firefighter

Fire suppression and first response to a variety of emergencies. Continual training for on-scene activities and equipment operations, fire prevention and public education, maintaining apparatus, equipment and facilities.

18 years or older and resident or employed within the Town of Winthrop. No experience required just a desire to learn a challenging but rewarding career serving our community.

Firefighter

Lake Mills Volunteer Firefighters 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. Lake Mills Firefighters “volunteer” to make themselves available during times of need and received compensation during the hours when they are performing their duties.

• Complete employment screening process including background checks and medical fitness for duty. • Complete Entry Level Firefighter training. • Complete Hazardous Materials Operations Level Certification. • Attend regular Department trainings.

Volunteer Firefighter, Volunteer EMT, Fire Police, Cadet

Town of Canton Volunteer Fire & EMS Department is seeking individuals who value life, have a sense of adventure, are willing to invest their time and share their talents to support our community. Our work offers a sense of pride and camaraderie that's the result of both individual accomplishment and working with police, community leaders and neighbors for the protection of life, property and the environment. We provide all training and equipment, and conduct weekly drills to ensure our volunteers are ready to respond from fire stations in Collinsville, Canton and North Canton, CT. Small business owners, construction workers, teachers, executives, medical professionals, lawyers, parents, teenagers and your neighbors have trained to become volunteer firefighters and/or EMTs, Fire Police and Cadets. Are you Ready to Respond?

FIRE OPERATIONS: On any given day, you may be called on to rescue an injured kayaker on the Farmington River; extricate a patient from a car accident; respond to a hazardous material incident; or extinguish a brush fire. Members can: train to be certified firefighters; obtain a license to drive and operate apparatus; learn many other skills to ensure they are ready to respond. EMS OPERATIONS: Our ambulance is largely staffed by volunteer EMTs. We provide the training to obtain EMR or EMT certifications, as well as training to operate emergency vehicles. You can learn how to: Diagnose and treat a wide variety of different medical emergencies and care for patients after car accidents. FIRE POLICE: Working hand-in-hand with fire, EMS and the Canton, CT Police Department, Fire Police coordinate traffic control at emergency scenes, including the establishment of a landing zone and communication with incoming medical helicopters, such as Life Star. CADET PROGRAM: Since the 1980's, more than 100 young men and women have graduated from Canton's Cadet Program. You can join at age 14 and begin hands-on training and responding, with appropriate restrictions, to a wide variety of fire and medical emergencies. Many of Canton's Cadets move on to successful careers as paid firefighters, paramedics or police officers.

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

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.

Volunteer Member

Citizens Fire Company is accepting applications for the following positions: OPERATIONAL MEMBER: Firefighter, Emergency Medical Technician, Paramedic, Ambulance Driver SUPPORT MEMBER: Fundraising, administrative support, public education, support of first responders on scene of an emergency incident.

A desire to be part of a team that is passionate and committed to serving the community. Training will be provided by the department.

Any and all

Need fire fighters and support persons.

Willingness to help

Firefighter, First Responder, Fire Corps

We are looking for Firefighters, First Responders, and Fire Corps members.

Training will be provided.

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.

Firefighter

Our fire company is a 100% volunteer company that serves a suburban/rural area. We are located at 5901 Linglestown Road in Lower Paxton Township, Harrisburg, PA. Our company operates 2 engines, a tower ladder truck, rescue, tanker, mobile cascade (air unit) truck, 2500 gallon water tender, fire police traffic unit, two pick up trucks as well as two duty officer vehicles. We not only respond to our own fire due area, but also respond in a mutual aid capacity to multiple areas in the surrounding townships. We respond to an average of between 400-500 calls per year.

The minimum age requirement for our department is 14. We do not require any training to join, as we will provide any in house training required as well as pay for fire department certification courses through local community colleges as well as the PA State Fire Academy.

Firefighter

Performs firefighting duties such as combating, extinguishing and preventing fires, and answering emergency calls with an engine or miscellaneous vehicles. Lays and connects hoses, directs water onto burning structures, raises and climbs ladders, uses

At least 16 years of age. Live within 5 miles of station. Attend certification classes (paid for by the FD) Positive Attitude Hard work ethics. Able to preform physical demands of volunteering Willing to learn Dedication to helping the community

Volunteer Firefighter

Our volunteer firefighters respond to structural and wildland fires in our district and assist with fires in our surrounding districts. We also provide quick response medical assistance to the local ambulance. Additional duties include responding to motor vehicle collisions, hazard materials incidents, and public service events. All training is provided, no experience is necessary.

A Volunteer 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. Candidates must be at least 18 years old and in reasonable health. A criminal background check will be performed and we are a drug-free workplace. Apply online at http://umatillafire.org/ or by filling clicking the "GET MORE INFO" button.

Volunteer Firefighter

***MUST BE A RESIDENT OF THE TOWNSHIP OF VERONA*** The Verona Volunteer Fire Department is actively looking for new members. For more information, please visit veronafd.org

Must be a resident of the Township of Verona. No exceptions will be made. Ages 16-45

Firefighter/EMT Part Time

Part time positions needed for day and night shifts. Position shifts are 9-5pm, 5-10pm, and 10pm-6am up to 80 hours per month.

NC Certifications FFII,D/O, and EMT.

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.

Volunteer Firefighter/Fire Police/Support

We have several categories of membership available to prospective volunteers: --Firefighter --Junior Firefighter --Support --Fire Police

Firefighter-- Members in this category are expected to attend and attend basic fire school which is generally held on the weekends. The time requirement for this training depends on your intended function with the department. Acquiring specialized skills and knowledge requires advanced training beyond the basic requirement. You will spend the majority of your first 6-12 months learning about the fire service, equipment, operations, and safety. Junior Firefighter-- Members in this category are at least 16 years of age and not yet 18. Junior members require working papers and are governed by child labor laws. Training and orientation to the fire service are the main goals of this program. Support-- Members in this category are expected to provide support to the department through activities such as fundraising, building maintenance/cleaning, public outreach, and fire ground rehabilitation. Training is dependent upon function. Fire Police-- Members in this category are expected to carry out traffic and crowd control duties as needed. Training is required and provided by the department.

Volunteer Firefighter/EMR

A position where the individual will respond to Fire Calls, Medical Support Calls, Traffic Accident Calls,Traffic Support Calls,Rescue Calls, Search and Rescue Calls

Age of 18 and Above Emergency Medical Responder Certified Dependable Truthful

Firefighter/EMT

WE are looking for people that are interested in being firefighter/emt.

EMT after 2 years on the department.

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.

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

Did you know that 65% of the country’s fire service is made up of volunteers? Support your local Volunteer Fire Company. No experience is required upon application. Training is free. This is a great way to add to your resume or to gain teamwork skills that will transfer to any industry. Give back to your community and build your own skills at the same time. All positions are available from helping around the station, driving, even interior firefighting and rescue positions. Feel free to contact us via Facebook page for more information. https://www.facebook.com/snakecreekvfd1

No initial requirements. In house training is provided and formal training is discussed upon joining.

POC Firefighter

Responds to alarms of fire or other emergencies with an engine company, brush company or tender. After being certified drives apparatus, operates fire pumps, and auxiliary equipment. Extinguish and overhaul structure fires Lays and connects hose, holds nozzles, and directs fog, chemical and water streams. Raises and climbs ladders, uses chemical extinguishers and a variety of other portable and related equipment. Participates in training sessions and attends classes in firefighting, hazardous materials, rescue and related subjects. Responds to emergency calls for drowning, various rescue situations, accidents and natural or other catastrophes. Performs a wide variety of general custodial and maintenance work in the upkeep of the department apparatus, equipment and station. Cleans and washes walls and floors. Washes, hangs, and dries hose. Washes, cleans, and polishes apparatus.

Must be at least 18 years of age and a United States citizen Possess a valid Wisconsin driver's license Good physical and mental health Live within 15 Min. response time to the station on Breezewood Ln. Desired Fire Service background or State fire certifications

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 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

Fire Chief

The Fire Chief is fully vested to manage a full-service Fire Department with extensive ALS ambulance responsibility. City operates a paid and volunteer department. Ideal candidate will possess a bachelor’s degree in business, fire science or a related field; Chief Fire Officer or Executive Fire Officer Certification. Must possess or have the ability to obtain a valid Alaska driver’s license. Application and job description available at www.cityofsitka.com. Salary range is $86,133+ DOE/Q Excellent benefit package. First Review 2/21/2020. EOE

Graduation from high school or GED, preferably supplemented by a Bachelor’s Degree in Fire Science, Public Administration or a closely related field; and Extensive related firefighting experience with some supervisory role; or Any equivalent combination of experience, education and training which provides the knowledge, skills and abilities necessary to perform the work. Possession of a driver’s license issued by the State of Alaska; EMT-I certification in the State of Alaska, advanced certification preferred and ability to maintain certification on an on-going basis.

Volunteer On-Call Firefighter (Dome Valley, Dateland, & Tacna Stations)

This is an un-paid volunteer position for the Tacna Fire Department. Under the oral or written direction of higher-ranking officers, the on-call firefighter (FF) shall engage in fire prevention and firefighting activities, rescue activities, drive and operate all fire department apparatus and equipment, attend scheduled bi-monthly trainings, and will share responsibility for the maintenance of the fire station and equipment. The On-Call FF will be expected to respond to emergency calls during their assigned on-call schedule in a timely manner. Any changes to the on-call schedule must be approved and an alternate on-call FF identified. On-call schedules are provided ahead of time and remain consistent to avoid any lapse in area coverage. The on-call FF is also expected to provide support, as needed, to other emergency services. This often includes acting as first responders on scene to medical calls. The on-call FF shall conduct themselves as good stewards of the community, exhibiting strength in character and behavior while on or off duty. Shall perform additional related duties as assigned.

• Be at least 18 years of age • Possess a High School Diploma or equivalent • Possess a current Arizona Driver’s License • Pass a preliminary background investigation • Work well with others • Follow oral and written instructions • Maintain accurate records • Have the physical strength and ability to perform prolonged manual and mechanical work under adverse conditions • Conduct themselves in a manner that exhibits exemplary behavior and professionalism, being good stewards of the community, especially when dressed in any TFD attire

Volunteer Firefighter

Yakima County Fire District #6 (Gleed) is a volunteer fire department that provide fire and emergency services to a section along US 12, bordered by the city of Yakima to the east, Selah to the north, Naches to the west and Naches Heights to the south. Please contact us for further information of joining!

Potential applicants are preferred to live within the fire district, however, please contact for further information on joining!

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

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

Volunteer Firefighter

Lest not forget 90% of the nations firefighters are volunteers. Part of the problem they are missing here too. This nation needs heroes, maybe you can’t donate money like a Bill Gates but you can save lives with your time like some of the greatest men I know. Volunteer. Saving lives is priceless, make a difference now. Truly ones station in life is not dictated by money, privilege, school, or others but instead by your character and what is the highest regarded even above nobility it is the legacy of a hero. Their lives change the course of history their sacrifices the stories of legends. They make a difference ever day. Their legacy is life itself, the lives of those they save.

Honor, Courage, and Commitment

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.

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.

Firefigher/EMT

Thank you for your interest in volunteering with the Manistee Township Fire Department. These pages provide a brief explanation of the basic requirements of the application process, probationary requirements, and member’s duties, as well as the Fire Department Structure. The Manistee Twp. Fire Dept. has been saving lives and property for over 40 years now. The community relies on dedicated volunteers willing to commit the time necessary to our department to respond to more than 245 emergency calls per year. The department responds to structure fires, rescues, medical emergencies, motor vehicle accidents, forest fires, fire alarms, and public service calls to name a few. Department membership offers a once in a lifetime experience to become a part of a team that is dedicated to saving lives, property, and resources. A firefighter serves the community in a public safety position of trust. Firefighters must be trustworthy, honest and willing to demonstrate loyalty and reliability. This includes a clean driving record and background, no drug use, and responsible alcohol use. A DUI conviction within 3-5 years of testing will likely disqualify you from being accepted. Firefighting is a profession that takes preparation through education and training. We hope you will make the commitment needed to become part of this team and, as such, part of the tradition of excellence. Membership Application Procedure:  Pick up an application at the station on any Monday night from 7pm to 9pm.  Please fill out ALL portions of the application.  Include copies of any fire/medical training or certifications you have with your application.  Bring your application back to the station on any Monday night from 7pm to 9pm and give to an officer.  The Interview Committee will review your application and you will be called to setup an interview. Interviews are usually held prior to our 7pm Monday night meetings. This is a verbal informal interview and further explanation of the Fire Department procedures and expectations. The interview Committee will decide whether your application should proceed to the Department for a vote at the next business meeting. If your application is approved, you will begin a 6 month probationary period.Upon approval for probationary membership you may receive gear/pager/or other equipment necessary to meet the needs of you and the dept.

Probationary Member Requirements During the probationary period you will, with the help of a Mentor/FTO/Truck Engineer/Fellow Firefighters, go through the MTFD Probationary Firefighter Training Program. 1. As you complete Probationary Firefighter Training you will submit your completed training sheets to the Training Officer for review. 2. After the Training Officer has reviewed your training sheets with you they will be sent to the Chief or Asst. Chief for final review. 3. During this final review the Chief or Asst. Chief may call upon you to answer some questions on what you have learned during your probationary time. You’ll have 6 months to complete this MTFD Probationary Firefighter Training Program. We will take into account your availability as we are a volunteer fire department and have to work around schedules. During your probationary time you are subject to approval of the membership. You are encouraged to come down to the station anytime there is an special event, training, meeting, department function, and medical/fire call. This allows you to get to know your fellow firefighters and for them to get to know you. As a probationary member, you are encouraged to run as many calls as possible. There are no restrictions on what time of day you run, or what types of calls you run (unless you are a cadet member) or non-medical. However, your assigned duties on any call will be relevant to your current level of training. During this time you will also not be allowed to run lights and siren. At the conclusion of your 6 month probation period, you will be voted on by the membership to become a full active member of the department. Keep in mind, your participation in the training program will weigh heavily on the memberships decision. Once a Full Active Member A. You will be required to have at a minimum FF I and Medical First Responder within 2 years of full active membership. (This training is given normally through the county, but can be done in the station if needed) B. Maintain a current and valid Michigan State driver’s license. C. Complete yearly required training to include; a. Basic firefighting skills (SCBA, Apparatus, Search & Rescue, Drivers Training, Personal Protective Equipment, Incident Command, Ladders, Fire Streams, Ropes & Knots, etc… b. CPR c. First Aid d. Hazmat Awareness e. Bloodborne Pathogens f. Basic Medical First Responder skills (Continued Education Units) All training normally takes place at the station, but can be held at different places throughout the county. As a full active member you’ll be able to attend free training that is sponsored by the Manistee County Firefighter Association this training will take place throughout the county. This may include but not limited to; Wildland Firefighter, Hazmat Operations, Incident Command, Aircraft Rescue, Emergency Vehicle Operations, Rapid Intervention Team, and Propane Emergency’s just to name a few. MTFD Fire Department Structure The department consists of a Fire Chief, Assistant Chief, Captain, 1st Lieutenant, 2nd Lieutenant, Treasurer, Secretary, Training Officer, Truck Engineers, Firefighters, Cadets, and Probationary members. The Line Officers (Chief, Asst. Chief, Captain, and Lieutenants) have specific areas of responsibilities, both operational and administrative. They are responsible for the supervision of personnel both in and out of the station along with various other duties. In the absence of a line officer, the highest ranking Senior Firefighter (highest trained with most experience in Department) is responsible for the supervision of personnel. In the absence of a senior firefighter, responsibility falls to the highest ranking firefighter and so on.

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

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.

Volunteer Firefighter

Volunteer

Willingness to help your community in many ways

Volunteer Firefighter and/or EMT

We are currently seeking individuals interested in becoming volunteer firefighters or EMT's with our department. All training is free and we are flexible with personal schedules. We are located in The Plains, Virginia and have been providing emergency services to Fauquier County and the surrounding area since 1950. The Plains Vol. Fire Co. responds to all types of incidents, including structure fires, outside fires, traffic accidents, medical emergencies, and hazmat incidents. Do not hesitate to contact us if you are interested in becoming part of out organization.

> Willingness to Help the Community and Learn > Clean Criminal History (conforming to VAOEMS disqualifying factors) > Clean Driving Record

Volunteer firefighter or EMT

Looking for firefighters to support our foundations in our department. This could be interior, exterior firefighters, fire police, public fire and life safety education.

Ability to obtain free training by our department officers and state fire instructors where required.

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.

Paid on Call Firefighter / Medical First Responder

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 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 meetings, maintains all licenses, Participates in department functions, Strong desire to serve Willing to respond week day, week day nights and weekends.

Minimum 18 years of age or older High school diploma or GED Valid Michigan Drivers license Good driving record No criminal convictions Satisfactory employment record Good Physical Condition- capable of performing fire fighting and emergency medical service tasks Strong desire to serve Willing to respond week day, week nights and weekends, Complete an application at Melrose Twp. Hall located at 04289 M75 N Walloon Lake, Fire meetings and Drills are the first and third Thursday of every month stop in and see us, Must live in or near Melrose Twp. or Chandler Twp. Training will be provided.

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.

Emergency and Non Emergency Volunteer

We are looking for any member of the community that wants to be a part of the Secretary Volunteer Fire Company. We need members looking to become Firefighters and EMT's, but we can also use help from community members that want to help with administration, fundraising, book keeping and other non emergency areas. We can provide access to free training through the State of Maryland, many held locally in our area.

Clean criminal record For Emergency positions - Clean bill of health from your physician For Driving positions - Clean driving record with appropriate non commercial or commercial class of vehicle Desire to learn Desire to participate

Firefighter/EMR

The Lowndesville Vol. Fire Dept. Is strictly volunteer and are always looking for true dedication. Our fire station is made up of five officers, engineers, firefighters, jr. firefighters and our board. We serve the Town of Lowndesville and the rural surrounding areas. Our fleet consists of two engines, one tanker, one wildland unit, and one rescue QRV. We strive for fire prevention and being recognized in the community.

Applicant must be at least 16 years of age and provide school progress/reports during time of schooling. Must have a clean background and work dependably. The applicant will be required to complete basic fundamentals of firefighting and keep attendance in good standings with the fire department.

Junior Firefighter

The Altona Volunteer Fire Department is currently accepting applications for a Junior Firefighter position. Some job duties include but not limited to; assisting fire personnel on an emergency scene, vehicle and equipment maintenance, training's and station up-keep.

Interested persons should be between the ages of 14-18 years old, live in the Altona Fire District. The individuals must keep and maintain a passing grade in all school classes.

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.

Volunteer Firefighter / EMT

We are an all volunteer department looking for help with Fire / EMS / Fundraising and Administraive support

No experience is required. Training is provided.

Firefighter and or EMT

Richland Township Fire Department is currently seeking volunteers to add to its current roster. As a volunteer at RTFD you DO NOT need to have current certifications in fire or EMS. RTFD will provide reimbursement after successful completion of initial course completion. Volunteers must obtain a fire and or EMS certification with in 1 year of hire. Volunteer applicants should either live in Richland Township, an adjoining township. Preferably, volunteer applicants will live within 5-10 minutes to the fire house at provide quick response times for calls. Training is provided monthly in house and each volunteer is required to provide at a minimum 8 hours of volunteer time monthly. To find out more information, obtain an application or questions please contact firefighter Heath Meyer 740-215-6212 or via email at richlandvolunteer@gmail.com.

Must be 18 years of age or older Have a high school diploma or GED Have a valid Ohio driver’s license Must not have any criminal convictions other than traffic citations

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!

Volunteers Needed!

Lone Oak Volunteer Fire Department is expanding its team of dedicated volunteer firefighters and emergency medical responders. When you volunteer, you: • Get free training, gear and equipment • Start a new career in firefighting or emergency medical response • Support the Lone Oak community • Help your friends and neighbors • Make lifelong friends What it Takes Are you brave, dedicated, assertive and willing to learn new skills and face challenges? These are some of the qualities you’ll need to be an on-call firefighter or emergency medical responder (EMR). ​ The Lone Oak Volunteer Fire Department calls on its members to perform hot, dirty and strenuous work, often in hazardous environments.The personal reward and satisfaction gained as a member of the fire and emergency medical responder service includes accomplishment, compassion and fulfillment. This is what drives men and women to become on-call members with the Lone Oak Volunteer Fire Department.

A member of the Lone Oak, Tennessee community Able to train and gain necessary certifications Desire to help and give back

Volunteer Firefighter

Dillon County Fire Station #3 is actively seeking volunteers in the Lake View area. If you are interested feel free to message us on our Facebook Page: www.facebook.com/dcstation3 or stop by to complete an application at 2203 Hwy 41 S, Lake View, SC 29563. We look forward to hearing from you!

Must possess a Valid Driver's License and be able to pass a drug and background screening. All training provided. No experience required.

Firefighter

Noonday is a small town just south of Tyler, Texas. Noonday fire department protects a large area in the southern part of smith county, including parts of lake Palestine. The department consists of two paid personnel that work Monday though Friday from 8:00A.M. to 5:00P.M., as well as 22 volunteers. Noonday Fire Department is a very active and progressive fire department that averages roughly 90 calls per month. Noonday is currently searching for more members to volunteer in the community. All training and equipment is provided.

Drivers license, insurance, and a clean record.

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.

Firefighter

Becoming a firefighter is a selfless act and commitment to the citizens in our community. Here at Wolf Creek FD you can gain the knowledge and skills it takes to be a firefighter, with our in house training. The firefighters and officers are highly dedicated to training and perfecting the craft of firefighting. Feel free to stop by and ask any questions you might have or to fill out an application.

Dedication to learn

Volunteer Firefighter, Emergency Medical Technician, Wildland Firefighter, and/or Support

Upper Kittitas County Fire District #8 is recruiting volunteer firefighters, emergency medial technicians, wildland firefighters and support personnel. No experience necessary. We work with you on commitment level and at what level you would like to volunteer. We serve the Roaring Creek, Stampede Pass, Lake Kachess, Kachess Ridge, and surrounding areas of Kittitas County as well as Interstate 90. Contact us via Facebook or email for more information. We're looking forward to have you as member of our team.

Must be 18 years of age, in good physical health, and be able to pass a background check.

Looking for fire fighters,first responders and emt's

We are looking for people that wanna volunteer and help the community we need fire fighters and first responders, if that's u please contact us

Can pass and background test and a drug screen

Volunteer Firefighter

Firefighter position providing emergency response to meet the community needs in the time of an emergency.

Junior fireman, Ages 14-17 Senior Fireman Ages 18 and up

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.

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)

Exterior 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 outside fires and preventing fires, and answering emergency calls. Drives fire apparatus, lays and connects hoses, direct water onto burning structures, raises ladders, uses other firefighting techniques such as ventilating burning buildings from outside, rescuing trapped occupants of a motor vehicle accident, sets up scene lighting, performs rehab operations, assists interior firefighters with air bottle changes and filling of air bottles, assists incident commanders with scene safety, personnel accountability and communications, and responds and performs emergency medical assistance to the 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 16 years of age (21 to drive apparatus) 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 Exterior 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

Volunteer Firefighter Professional

Join the best brotherhood in the world, and become a volunteer firefighter. Narrows Fire currently consists of 30 volunteers ready and willing to assist our community at a moments notice, do you have what it takes?

Reside within 1.5 miles of the town of Narrows, VA. 16 years old Be Active!

Volunteer Firefighter EMT

Looking for Volunteer Firefighter and. or EMT Branford Fire Department Station 9 6 Linden Ave. Branford, CT 06405

Willing to volunteer as a Firefighter and or EMT. will train. Meeting and Training Monday Nights. 7PM Feel Free to stop down and visit Monday nights.

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.

Volunteers Needed

Upper Frederick Fire Company is looking for volunteers. We need firefighters, junior firefighters*, fire police, and administrative help. *Junior FF must be at least 14 years of age

No training needed. We will train you!

Firefighters and EMT's NEEDED!

The Sea Cliff Fire Department is looking for Volunteer Firefighters and EMT's. The Sea Cliff Fire Department has been protecting the community since 1884 and provides Fire protection and Emergency Medical Services 24/7. 'For more information visit www.SeaCliffFireDept.org or email us at RecruitmentSCFD@gmail.com

No experience necessary. All training provided. All applicants should be in good health and physically fit. All applicants are Subject to a background check. References must be provided. All applications will be reviewed by the Sea Cliff Fire Department and the Fire Council.

VOLUNTEER FIREFIGHTER

Are you looking for a way to serve your community? Do you enjoy a challenge and being part of a team? Then look no further. Spindale Fire Department is accepting applications for the position of volunteer firefighter. We have a few openings for this position. Volunteers work alongside our paid staff to ensure that Spindale Fire Department provides exceptional fire protection and customer service to the citizens and visitors of the town of Spindale. Spindale Fire Department is a progressive department with an active fire and injury prevention program. There are many opportunities for volunteers to be involved. This is an exciting opportunity for individuals to make a difference in the community. Individuals will receive training that is recognized statewide and can be applied to furthering themselves in a career in the fire service for those that are interested in this path. Spindale Fire Department was founded in 1923 and has always valued volunteer firefighters which currently make up a large percentage of our department.

Interested individuals must be at least eighteen years of age, have a valid North Carolina driver’s license, reliable transportation, able to pass a drug test, and have a clear criminal background. Individuals must also be able to pass an annual physical which is required to ensure that the individual is able to safely perform duties. Successful candidates will then be given a time to come to station for interview. The interview is in place as a way for us to get to know you and also to answer any questions you may have and make you aware of fire department benefits and expectations. The final step is a physical ability test. The physical ability test is a course designed to put candidates through tasks that will be encountered as he/she performs their duties as a volunteer firefighter.

Fire fighters/ Fire Police

Need commitment to community and department for more info please contact us at 631-207-9399 or email Ssaper@patchoguefd.com

Must be able to pass test given and physical

Firefighter

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

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

Firefighter/Fire Police/Auxiliary

FIRE FIGHTING IS NOT FOR EVERYONE, BUT VOLUNTEERING CAN BE There is plenty of opportunity to serve your community through the volunteer fire service, and much of it has nothing to do with fire fighting. Firefighting is one of the most challenging professions today. It is this diversity that inspires most men and women to enter the fire service. This business is not for everyone however. You need more than just desire to help people. You need courage, dedication, assertiveness and a willingness to learn new skills and face new challenges. The personal rewards and satisfaction received from the volunteer fire service is often beyond description. There is a sense of accomplishment after controlling a building fire, joy and elation when a life is saved, compassion for accident victims, and fulfillment in teaching fire safety. If you are looking for a change of pace or excitement in your life, the world of firefighting may be for you. If this action-filled lifestyle does not appeal to you, have no fear, there is plenty more that can be done in the business of the fire service that does not include running into burning buildings. We have various committees within the company, all of which you will be welcomed to join. Running and maintaining a company of our size is time consuming and at times, costly, so the volunteering of your time is something we value. Just the maintenance of the building and grounds alone runs into quite a piece of change. We also maintain a computer system, attend to regular truck and equipment maintenance, as well as tending to fundraising, banquets, memorial services, member activities, parades, and a full menu of things that need to be done by the volunteers. What does it take to be a firefighter? Many of our members at Good Will Fire Company #1 have entered the company with no previous firefighting experience. Good Will Fire Company #1 firefighters pride themselves on a strong foundation of training that begins on the first day. While formal training to ride is eventually required, new members are able to ride in a limited capacity after receiving basic training. Initial formal training consists of the Fire Fighter I class, offered through the Bucks County Community College Public Safety Training Program. This class is approximately 190 hours, and spans a total of five months. Students receive instruction in theories of fire behavior and suppression, forcible entry, ventilation, property salvage, basic hazardous materials training, as well as first aid and CPR. Most of the class is hands-on and successful completion results in National Certification as a Firefighter. Upon completing the Fire Fighter I class, members are welcome to take additional specialty classes that are applicable to our operations that interest them. Such classes include vehicle rescue, rope rescue, hazardous materials, and advanced firefighting operations. Perhaps the most important aspect of our training comes from our weekly drill nights which are held every Tuesday night beginning at 6:30 pm. Officers conduct drills to sharpen everyone’s skills or to try out a new techniques. If any of this at all interests you, and you are 16 or older, please email us at info@station25.org to set up a time to meet with one of our members. Stop on by and we will be more than happy to explain what we’re all about.

Commitment, Dedication, and a desire to help your friends and neighbors. You should also live in the Breinigsville or Trexlertown area, or with a few miles thereof. Training will be provided, free of charge, to prepare you for the challenge.

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

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.

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.

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.

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 / 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 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, EMT, Ambulance drivers, support personnel

Looking for anyone interested in helping their local communities as firefighters, EMT's, fire apparatus and ambulance drivers and support personnel. No previous experience necessary training will be provided. Firefighters to work fire and accident scenes, EMT's for medical emergencies and drivers for both fire apparatus and ambulance calls, if you have any questions please contact Chief Coombs. This is for those who want to make a difference in their community by helping others in need. If firefighting is not what you're looking for then how bought helping with fundraising to help the department get much-needed equipment and also donate to local charities and assist those in need.

High school education and current driver's license minimum Class C and those with CDL experience. Ambulance drivers must have a current drivers license and be able to lift a minimum of 125 lbs. EVOC training will be provided to those qualified. The Support personnel are trained in traffic control, radio communications and how to assist the department on the fire ground. Those interested in becoming firefighters will receive the necessary training for working on the fire ground and also operating apparatus, this also includes wildland fires.

Volunteer Firefighter

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.

There are no entry requirements for new members.

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.

Firefighter/EMT

Response to fire, rescue, hazmat, and ems emergencies.

Devoted resident of the town of Ellington, CT that is at least 18 years of age for regular member and 13 years of age for cadet member

Paid on call firefighter

The 2015 Firefighter 1 Recruit Academy begins on September 10th. The class, which runs through mid-December and includes International Fire Service Accreditation Congress certification testing.

You must be 18 years old and have a high school diploma or equitant. Our Cadet program is available for those under 18 years of age.

Firefighter

Adult 18 and up, willing to take the necessary training to become an interior or exterior department member.

Resident of Pleasantville, NY. Able to attend monthly meetings, attend a % of fire calls.

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.

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/Community Educator

Provides fire and EMS from a single station with a combination of career and volunteer staff. Non emergent volunteers can assist with fundraising, vehicle maintenance and administrative duties.

None. Department may be able to provide training toward certification of fire and EMS volunteers.

Volunteer Fireman/EMR/EMT

Looking for a volunteer fireman, or EMT, or Medical Responder. We are a small family orientated dept.

None for firefighter. Current EMT or EMR certifications.

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

Volunteers Needed

The North Middletown Volunteer Fire Department is looking for volunteers to serve in several capacities. Firefighters are always in demand. EMT's and volunteers to assist with fundraising are also needed. If you want to help us help our community, we h

Community minded individuals that want to help their neighbors make a difference in their community

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.

Volunteer Firefighter

Come join Avera Fire Department and step up to help your community and Jefferson County. We run 20-30 calls a year and have 2 drills a month. We have auto mutual aid with Wrens, Stapleton and Glascock county. Join us and make a difference in your local community!

18 yrs or older In good health

Firefighter, EMT, and Support Positions

Active Firefighters, EMT's will be responsible for responding to emergencies, completing the necessary training to be effective on an emergency scene. and assisting in other Fire department functions. applicants will be trained and equipped at not cost to them.

Over 18 years of age for Active Firefighting. Must reside in the designated geographical service area. Interested. Applicants under 18 will be accepted and trained in accordance with PA state laws. applications available at www.sutersvillefire.com Individuals interested in support positions ( not active emergency work) may contact the Fire Dept at 724-872-9362 or visit our web page a www.sutersvillefire.com

Firefighter/EMT

Looking for volunteers for fire and EMS.

Ability to volunteer spare time to be on call to respond to emergencies. A commitment to train and acquire certifications.

Photographer / Media Relations Specialist

We are looking for someone who has an interest in photography to fulfill the role of our Photographer / Media Relations Specialist.

None

Volunteer firefighter, General membership

The department has a roster of 25 firemen; all volunteer their time and service to the community that we live in, as well as other communities nearby when requested. As a non-profit organization, we operate and rely mainly upon donations from you, your ne

Each year, the Department sends our volunteers to the world renowned Texas A&M Brayton Fire Training Center and other schools at a substantial cost. This enables us to provide for you the best assistance in your time of need.

Volunteer Fire Fighters & EMT's

Reisterstown Volunteer Fire Company is always looking for dedicated people. There are many areas that you can help out. Most of our members ride the suppression apparatus and many are cross trained to ride both the suppression apparatus and the ambulance.

As part of the membership process, you must undergo a background check (background check form) and drug testing. You will be notified of the time and place you are to report for drug testing. Your notification for drug testing will specify the time requirement for you to complete the drug test.

Firefighter

Fire Departments in Blair, Cambria, Huntingdon, Bedford and Adams Counties in PA need new members to train to become firefighters. Great Benefits! Visit: BecomeAVolunteerFirefighter.org for more information and to apply ONLINE.

Must be physically able to perform active firefighting skills. We will train. Equipment provided.

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/First Responder

Do YOU have what it takes ? Do YOU want to give back to your community but unsure how? Shumway fire is accepting applications for. Probationary firefighter! We are a fully volunteer fire department that also runs medical calls. We run on average 300+ calls a year. All the training and gear is provided by the district.

At least 18 years old, High school Diploma/GED, Must live or work within 5 miles of our district. Be able to pass a drug test and back ground check.

Firefighter

The City of Houston Fire Department is accepting applications for the position of volunteer firefighter. Firefighters are compensated on a per call basis depending on qualifications.

Must possess a High School Diploma, GED, HSE, or currently attending classes. Must possess a valid drivers license. Must be physically able to perform the function of a firefighter. Applicant must live in the Houston area. Applicant must not have any felony convictions.

Volunteer Firefighter

The La Vernia Volunteer Fire Department & ESD #1 is actively seeking volunteers to join our department. We are a small but growing community in Wilson County. We strategically run out of three (3) stations covering around 80 square miles. We provide mutual aid to the surrounding area fire departments. We are currently accepting applications for volunteer positions. Below are the minimum qualifications. We also have a Junior Firefighter program for those that are not 18 years of age and the Fire Corp. that help at fires & fundraisers. KNOWLEDGE AND ABILITIES: Ability to abide by all rules, regulations, policies and procedures set forth by La Vernia Volunteer Fire Department and ESD 1; ability to make decisions during emotional and stressful situations; ability to communicate effectively in writing and orally.

- Must pass a criminal background check & reference check. - Must pass a drug screen. - Must be willing to commit to training nights, occasional Saturdays, and truck check nights. - Department will be willing to also pay for you to get certifications if you volunteer your time back to us. Want to Jump start your probationary period? - Previous firefighting experience - NIMS 100, 700, & 800 (https://training.fema.gov/nims/) - Class B Exempt License

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 , Emergency Medical Technicians and Responders along with support personnel

The Factoryville 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.

Training will be provided and Personal protective Equipment assigned as well

Firefighter

Our volunteer fire department is in need of a few good men and women to volunteer their time to become a volunteer firefighter. All training will be provided to all applicants once becoming a member. This is a very good way to support your community and help develop a better and safer place to live.

Must be 18 years old. Must have a valid drivers license. Must pass a background check. Must be willing to get certified with training within a year of joining fire department. KY Fire Commission requires you to be 150 hours certified with in 2 years. Pick up application from any firefighter or come to our monthly meeting on the 2nd Monday of each month @ 7 PM

Volunteer Firefighter

Maury County Fire Department is currently seeking highly motivated individuals for the position of Firefighter. All training and equipment is provided for free. In-house instructors will conduct all required training and recruits will be prepared to test for Tennessee Commission on Firefighting tests.

Over age 18, Valid TN Drivers License, Pass Background Check and Drug Test, reside in Maury County, TN.

Volunteer Firefighter / EMT

Torrance County Fire Dept. District 5 is looking for volunteers who have a desire and willingness to help their community. Training is provided in house as well as through the NM Fire Academy , UNM or CNM. A pay per call is available to members who have successfully completed their 6 month probationary period. District 5 covers approximately 525 sq mile of Ne Torrance County , as well as I-40 from the Santa Fe County line to the Guadalupe County line. Contact any department member for an application.

Age 17 - no upper limit. Current Drivers license. Must not have a felony conviction.

Firefighter

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

Ability to pass one year probationary period.

Firefighter

The South Amherst Fire Department serves approximately 9,000 residents and protects approximately 32 square miles. The Fire Department protects the Village of South Amherst as well as sections of four townships (Amherst, Brownhelm, Henrietta and New Russia). We also cover a section of the Ohio Turnpike. The South Amherst Fire Department is staffed by 25 part time paid on call firefighters , who respond to all fire, hazmat, and rescue, and are first responders for EMS calls within the Fire Department's protection district. The South Amherst Fire Department currently has two engines, one tanker, one heavy rescue and one brush truck. We are currently taking applications for a spring hiring class. The department will send you to the Lorain County Fire Academy were you will earn your state certifications. There is also chances to become a member of the Lorain County Usar/Hazmat team within in our department. It's a great and rewarding career to give back to the community.

High school diploma 18 Years of age Valid drivers license Pass a background check Great physical condition as the job is very strenuous. Must live within 5 miles of the Village station.

Firefighter

Looking for community volunteers

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

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 and help your Community!

We are always looking for new members to join the ranks of the fire department. We will provide all of the training and equipment to become a fully qualified interior firefighter. Another membership option is to become a Civil Member, no firefighter duties, of the department where you can work on various projects around the department.

Any person who is at 18 years of age who lives and/or works within our fire district is eligible to join. Active interior qualified firefighters must: 1) Be at least 18 Years of Age at the time the application is submitted 2) Reside or work with-in the Egypt Fire Protection District 3) Pass both a criminal and arson background investigation 4) Complete the new member interview 5) Pass a firefighter physical and drug screen prior to being voted into the department

Firefighter

Go to www.lowellfd.com look under the interest card tab for the application for volunteer to start the process and become a part of the fire service community.

Age 16 or older.

Volunteer Fire Fighter

Respond to calls for house fires, wildland fires, vehicle fires, and emergency medical calls. Support personnel is needed to assist with hydrating and supporting firefighters on calls, assisting with station duties, and fundraising support. There is a job for EVERYONE!

Must attend regularly scheduled monthly business meetings and monthly training meetings. For volunteers who wish to perform firefighting duties you must be physically able to perform the job functions. For support personnel the physical standard does not apply.

Firefighter / support positions

Killen Fire & Rescue is currently accepting applications for firefighters, first responders and support personnel. We are looking for men & women that are interested in making a difference in your community.

You must be 18 years of age. You must posses a Alabama Drivers License. Other detail given when you apply

Firefighter I and II

This is a volunteer position. Firefighters work alongside EMTs, paramedics and other fire department personnel to provide rescue services, suppress fires, and respond to a multitude of varying requests for services from the community. The fire department will pay for tuition, books and fees to complete training necessary to become a certified Firefighter I and II. Personal protective equipment and communications equipment provided. A commitment to serve is required.

Must live within the fire district. An application process is required. Background check and Maine drivers license is required.

Firefighter

Firefighting duties to support the community.

Background Check.

Resident Volunteer

Quilcene Fire Rescue is currently accepting applications and seeking motivated individuals to join our team as Resident Volunteer Firefighters/EMT’s. The Resident Volunteer will be assigned to a rotating shift of 48 hours on duty and 96 hours off. During the assigned shift the Resident Volunteer will respond to calls for service, train or drill daily on fire and emergency medical techniques and practices, maintain the fire vehicles and equipment, and assist with daily fire station duties. The Resident Volunteer will also be required to attend weekly drills whether on duty or not. The Fire District will supply the Resident Volunteer with living quarters while on duty consisting of a single story home to be shared with other on duty members. Resident Volunteer Fire Fighter/EMT’s are given a stipend for each 24 hour shift they work of $90.00, and up to $3,000.00 per year fire or EMS tuition reimbursement, per call stipend at the volunteer rate, private sleeping quarters and common living area. Quilcene Fire Rescue will also provide uniforms and any personal protective equipment needed. The purpose of this program is two-fold. 1. To provide continuous 24/7 emergency responders on duty to respond to calls for service in Quilcene and to assist any of our mutual aid partners as needed. 2. To train the Resident Volunteer in all aspects of emergency services to give them a better chance in securing full time employment in the fire or EMS fields.

Minimum Qualifications: • National Registry or Washington State Emergency Medical Technician (EMT) • Successfully pass a physical examination and drug screening • Possess & maintain a valid WA driver’s license with acceptable driving record • At least 18 years of age • High School Diploma or GED • Insurable by the Fire District’s Insurance carrier • A desire to learn and operate in the Emergency Services field • Provide a minimum one year commitment to the Resident Volunteer program Desired Qualifications: • EMT –IV Tech or Paramedic • Firefighter 1 or firefighter 2 • Hazardous Materials Awareness • Wildland Red Card Certified • EVIP Certified • CPAT Qualified Application Process: Applications are available from Quilcene Fire Rescue, 70 Herbert Street, Quilcene, WA 98376, 360-765-3333, or from our website: www.qvfd.org. Applications will not be mailed. Inquires about this position can be directed to; Larry Karp, Fire Chief Quilcene Fire Rescue 360-765-3333 chief@qvfd.org

Volunteer Firefighter/EMT

Becoming a Volunteer Firefighter or Emergency Medical Technician requires significant commitment, but comes with great reward. King and Queen County Emergency Services is a combination department with a need for dedicated operational volunteers (fire fighters/EMT/Paramedic) as well as non-operational personnel for administrative, office management, and community education initiatives. Questions regarding the Volunteer Application process can be answered by emailing us at ghunter@kingandqueenco.net Volunteer Firefighter Most Volunteer Firefighters seek valuable experience in their pursuit of a career in the fire service, and many join to fulfill a need to actively participate in their local communities. Regardless of your reasons, being a member in the fire service is one of the most honored and respected positions in the community! Volunteer Emergency Medical Technician Most Volunteer EMT’s seek to serve their communities as emergency responders and require more flexibility to meet work/life balance needs. Some use this opportunity as a stepping stone to pursue a career in nursing, medicine or the fire service. Regardless of your reasons, being a volunteer is one of the most honored and respected positions in the community!

Age requirements : Junior membership- 16 years of age with parental permission General membership-18 years of age Background checks: Criminal record background check DMV driving record check Reference check- personal reference and employment Ability to meet the physical requirements of a firefighter/EMT Willingness to commit to training and education time and weekly on duty time

Volunteer Firefighter

Attend Arkansas required Firefighter training and start providing a much needed service to your community. Our department will provide any required training at no cost to the volunteer. Our department will provide all required equipment.

18 years of age

Firefighter/EMT or Auxiliary Members Needed!

We are a combination Department. We have 2 stations: Main station houses a Ladder, Quint, Rescue, Engine and 2 Ambulances. In our sub station we house a Squad (Rescue Engine), Utility truck and Haz-Mat Trailer. Horsham Township is approximately 17 sq. miles and has a population of about 27,000 people.

Contact us for membership information through the "Contact" tab on our website.

Volunteer Firefigther

Cherokee Pass Volunteer Fire Department (CPVFD) is looking for individuals to volunteer in the fire service. CPVFD responds to a variety of calls within rural Madison County to include fire and fire related emergencies, motor vehicle accidents, EMS assists, storm assessment and damage and search/ rescue calls. The open positions are operational positions that will be expected to assist and respond to emergency calls, perform assigned duties at the fire station, participate in occasion community events/prevention programs, and complete required training.

Must be at least 17 years of age, reside in Madison County, have a valid driver's license, pass a background check, and complete an entry level physical.

Firefighters,EMT's and CEP's

We are looking for all levels of qualified personal for a growing Fire District. We are the oldest Fire District in Mohave County and one of the oldest in the state of Arizona.

Drivers license, clean driving record, fingerprint and background check.

EMT / EMR

Emergency Medical Technicians, or Emergency Medical Responders answer alarms and respond to the fire station or the incident scene. Respond to scenes of medical emergencies that include, but are not limited to: Cardiac Arrest, Respiratory Arrest, Shortness of Breath, Heart Attack, Stroke, Abdominal Pain, Trauma. Provide basic life support to patients until the arrival of an ambulance. Assist ambulance personnel with patient care.

Pass a Background Check Pass a Drug Screen Successfully complete an interview Complete an in-house "Orientation" Become a State-Certified EMT, or EMR in a timely manner Potential recruits must live within two miles of Marshall Township, Lawrence County, Indiana

firefighters

Come help us by giving back to your community

16 years of age

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!

EMT / First Responder / Ambulance Driver

Emergency Medical Technicians respond to emergency calls to provide efficient and immediate care to the critically ill and injured, and to transport the patient to a medical facility or advanced level of care. EMT's works under the direction and supervision of the Fire Chief, EMS Captain, and the department Medical Director. Performs duties to provide the highest level of patient care and maximize patient satisfaction.

• Valid Drivers License • Communicate effectively, both orally and in writing; ability to understand and carry out verbal and written instructions. • Obtain or possesses and maintain certification as an EMR, EMT, or AEMT. • Maintain physical conditioning necessary to perform efficiently in emergency situations. • Participate in training drills; attend school and classes as needed. • Establish and maintain effective working relationships with co-workers, supervisors, and the general public; work effectively as a team member. • 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.

Firefighter and EMT

Expanding our fire department.

18 years old

Volunteers Needed

Wilsall Fire Dept needs additional volunteers for firefighting, EMS, or other department support (computer, fundraising, grants, etc)

No experience neccesary - we will train!

Volunteer Firefighter and/or EMT-Basic

Firefighter and/or EMT - person trained to extinguish fire, perform basic rescues, manage motor vehicle crashes, provide first aid, give medical care on scene and during transport to a hospital, generally assist public in many other ways.

Any reasonably healthy adult, willing to learn, capable of passing a basic background check, able to give some volunteer time.

Volunteer Firefighter

The Mendham Fire Department began serving the local community in 1905. Its membership has always been, and still is, comprised completely of volunteers from the local area. Civic-minded residents with a drive to go the extra distance when the alarm rings out have joined the roster and proudly serve as one of Mendham’s bravest. Do you want to help your fellow neighbors, work hard, meet new people and have fun at the same time? If you do, then Volunteer! And join the Mendham Fire Department!

Requirements vary based on the membership opportunity you are interested in; for more information please visit: https://mendhamfd.org/join/

volunteers

Neighbors helping neighbors. We are looking for caring people that want to contribute in a meaningful way. Our community, your fire department, needs volunteers

A willingness to help others

Volunteer Positions Available

We currently have openings for volunteer firefighters on the Shaker Pines Fire Department. Here is a perfect opportunity to give back to your community. Being a firefighter is a very fulfilling position. The fire service is an incredible community. Many people just see firefighting from the aspect of responding to fires on big, shiny fire engines, rescuing people from burning buildings. The truth is that while those things happen occasionally, the job for volunteer personnel is more about the preparation for those events than the responding to them. Firefighters have a responsibility to not just fight fires, but to take care of the tools, equipment, apparatus, and the stations, as well as knowing how to use the tools and equipment. We are stewards of those things the community has entrusted us with to do our job. We have a responsibility to take care of them like they were our own, or as I like to say, better than our own.

* Must be at least 18 years old * Must live in the Town of Enfield, preferably in the Shaker Pines Fire District * Must be in "somewhat" good physical shape * Must be willing to sacrifice some of your spare time for calls & training

Firefighters and anyone who wants to be a part of something bigger than themselves!

We are seeking members to join our firefighting family!! We offer a wide array of membership options from firefighters, junior firefighters, EMS personnel, rescue technicians, and even those who don't want to participate in firefighting activities but would still like to be involved socially in the fire company. If you want to help we have a spot for you!!!!!

at least 14 years of age a resident of White Oak, McKEesport or any bordering community of these

Firefighter

South Plattsburgh FD is a small department with a growing district. We are always seeking motivated individuals with or without prior experience in Fire and/or EMS response.

You must be 18 years of age, able abd willing to become a full member. We do have a RAM program for individuals from 15 to 18 years of age. You must live within the Fire District or within. 1 and 1/2 miles of the district boundary.

Indiana Fire Association - Volunteer Firefighter (Regular or Student membership)

The Indiana Fire Association is a 100% volunteer department located in Southwest Pennsylvania in Indiana, Pennsylvania. Our membership is comprised of local residents and students from the Indiana University of Pennsylvania. It is the mission of the Indiana Fire Association to protect the lives and property of the residents of the Indiana Borough, White Township and surrounding Communities by providing the highest quality fire suppression and rescue services. We will continue to seek new opportunities to serve our neighbors and to strive for excellence in the services we provide, through continued education and training. Most of our members at Indiana Fire Association have entered the department with no previous fire or EMS experience. Indiana Fire Association firefighters pride themselves on a strong foundation of training that begins on the first day. While formal training is eventually required, new members are able to ride in a limited capacity after receiving basic in-house training. Initial formal training consists of the Essentials of Firefighting class taught at the Indiana County Public Safty Academy in Homer City, PA. This classes hours vary and span over a couple months. Students receive instruction in theories of fire behavior and suppression, forcible entry, ventilation, property salvage, basic hazardous materials training, as well as first aid and CPR. Most of the class is hands-on and successful completion results in National Certification as a Basic Firefighter. Upon completing the Essentials of Firefighting class, members are welcome to take additional specialty classes that are applicable to our operations that interest them. Such classes include vehicle rescue, rope rescue, hazardous materials, and firefighting operations. Perhaps the most important aspect of our training comes from our monthly training nights which are held every Thursday night from 6:30-9pm. This is done to sharpen everyone’s skills or to try out new procedures.

If any of this at all interests you and you are over the age of 18, please contact us at 724-465-2024. You can also download an application and drop it off at either station. Once we receive your application, it will be read before the association at our monthly meeting. After that, the membership committee will conduct a criminal background check, conduct a background investigation, contact your references and conduct interviews. They will then report their findings at the next monthly meeting. Upon being accepted for membership you are then assigned a company and begin as a firefighter candidate. Stop on by and we will be more than happy to explain what we’re all about.

Firefighter/Support

Actively seeking applicants for volunteer/paid on call positions. Looking for firefighter recruits and also departmental support personnel to include facilities maintenance and other duties as assigned

Ability to pass criminal background check Over age 18 for firefighter positions Physically capable of passing basic physics skills test for firefighter positions

Firefighter

Firefighter duties are but not limited to: Capable of responding to fire calls and emergency incidents in accordance with the SOG's and standards of the department. Performance of routine tasks requires a capacity to intermittently sit, stand, walk, bend and lift moderately heavy objects. Capable of raising and climbing ladders, using hose lines, firefighting tools and other equipment.

Capable of completing and passing certification training to a minimum level of Wisconsin Certified Firefighter 1 / HAZMAT Ops.

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 -

Firefighter, Firefighter/EMR

Firefighter - responds to fires, rescues, vehicle accidents, fire alarms Firefighter/EMR - responds to fires, auto extrication, emergency medical assistance, fire alarms

High School graduate, GED, 18 years or older. Under 18 years, Junior firefighter program training for promotion to firefighter. All fire training is done in house.

All

We're looking for people to join our department! We serve around 2,600 people and provide mutual aid to 5 neighboring towns as well as other county departments. We will train you to the level that you are comfortable with. We house the county's Haz-mat decon team as well as the area's only confined space rescue team.

At least 16 years old, physically fit and willing to work.

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Self motivated, hard working individual looking to help its community

Able to make trainings and calls when available

Volunteer Firefighter

The Southard Fire Department No.1 (Station 19-3) was established in 1933. The Primary mission of the SFD is to provide a range of services designed to protect the residents of Howell Twp District No.3 and the surrounding communities. We have a rich history and tradition in the fire service and we are looking for men and women within the community to become volunteer firefighters. No experience necessary, all training and required equipment will be provided to you at no cost. This is a volunteer opportunity and carries no weekly paycheck however we have many fringe benefits such as free training from some of the best instructors and firefighters in the nation. You also can receive college credit for many courses taken at both the online and on premise fire academy classes. In addition to these benefits you may also qualify for a pension or savings plan that builds based on your commitment to the fire service. All we ask for is your time and dedication. Parents want to keep your kids off drugs and off the streets we will give them a high that cannot be matched anywhere. ADRENALINE.

Applicants must be sixteen (16) years of age or older and of sound mind and a citizen of the United States. You will be required to pass a background investigation as well as a complete medical evaluation. If you are not Firefighter 1 certified, you must be willing to attend the Fire Academy within one (1) year of joining. Meetings occur on the 2nd and 4th Friday of each month at 8:00pm. Drills occur on Tuesday nights, twice a month Work details take place when required.

Volunteers needed

Sheridan County Fire Department is always looking for volunteers. Contact any firefighter or come to any fire meeting on Tuesday night at 7:00 pm at the Hoxie fire station

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Volunteer Firefighter

Join the Haven Fire Department and become a volunteer firefighter. You will receive training at a local Wisconsin Technical College, and at department drills twice monthly.

Must be 18 years old. Have a valid drivers licence. And be a resident of the Town of Mosel.

Firefighter/ Scene Support

We're looking to fill voids. We're an all volunteer department in search of manpower. We're an all around family based department, we treat each other like family, and expect the same in return.

No requirements except willing to learn and eager to succeed.

Firefighter

Come be a part of our family. The 7th District VFD is always seeking interested members of our community to fill positions within our department. Stop in and check us out!!! We are at the station every Monday from 7-9 p.m.

13 Years of Age for Cadet Membership 16 Years of Age for Junior Membership 18 Years of Age for Active Membership Background check required.

Fire fighter, EMT, fundraising, Dept support, junior firefighter s

We are in desperate need of new and excited members to become firefighters no experience necessary. Also looking for teenagers ages 15-17 are welcome.

No firefighting experience necessary, we train you. If you are and have a EMR and or a EMT license in good standing in the state of Tennessee, we would love to have you as well.

Firefighter, EMT, First Responder

Howard's Creek Volunteer Fire Department is always seeking Motivated members of the community who want to make it a better and and more safe place the live. Becoming a firefighter is a very rewarding commitment. Firefighting is a dangerous vocation, taking you into situations and environments that many people cannot comprehend and would not want to take part in. Conversely, becoming a firefighter places you into a brotherhood of thousands of guys and gals that would put their life on the line to help you in your time of need and guide you throughout your career. We would love to have you as a part of our team at Howard’s Creek VFD. If you think you have what it takes to become a firefighter for HCVFD, simply follow the steps outlined below. If you have questions or concerns regarding membership and recruitment with Howard’s Creek Volunteer Fire Department, please contact Fire Chief Dusty Rudisill

Potential applicants should stop by the fire station anytime and ask for an application for membership. Tuesday nights at 7PM are set aside for department meetings and training and is often the best time to reach an officer that can assist you. Once your application is filled out in its entirety, the application must be submitted to the Fire Chief for review. Once your application has been reviewed by the Fire Chief, you will be contacted and asked to meet with a panel of HCVFD officers on an upcoming Tuesday night. Once all requirements set forth by HCVFD have been met by the potential member, HCVFD officers will make a determination on active membership for the potential member.

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.

Volunteer Firefighter

SCFD is accepting applications for position of volunteer firefighter. All training and equipment will be provided. 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.

Firefighter & First Responder

Firefighter and First Responder positions available now

Must be 18 years old and live in or very close to the Hwy. 286 East fire district. All necessary training and equipment provided by the department.

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.

Resident Firefighter

We are looking to fill several positions for individuals to serve as resident firefighters. Our resident program offers benefits including real experience in a community fire department, first responder training, the opportunity to respond to actual emergencies as a certified firefighter and emergency medical technician, and offsetting the cost of living with a fire station room provided free of charge. The primary purpose of the program is to assist the fire department through greater staffing.

We require all residents must have an acceptable driving history and background check results, as well as a current and valid driver's license. Residents also must be able to pass the EVFD Physical Agility Test, the CPAT or Biddle Physical Agility Test or have a current certification.

Volunteer Firefighter

FVFR Volunteer opportunities exist for people with varying backgrounds--regardless of skill level, gender or physical ability. We have a job for everyone. The challenge of assisting with auto extrications, Flight for Life, firefighting and medical operations is quite rewarding. Working with local law enforcement, national and state forest service and other mutual aid agencies has its own reward. If you are seeking a rewarding opportunity, you will find the Firefighter may fit the bill. Volunteers wishing to pursue this challenge will be expected to respond to traffic accidents, structure fires, rescue operations. medical calls, and hazmat incidents. Training is provided for firefighting/medical duties, methods and procedures including the operations of firefighting apparatus, equipment, tools, medical equipment needs, hazmat awareness. Training is once a week, every Monday night. We also have the wildland firefighter position which requires response to grass fires, wildland incidents, protection of rural communities and assisting other mutual aid agencies.This is a great way to get out and meet the community. Come over to the station and talk to us. If you are interested in life saving operations of the medical nature, you will find the 1st Responder/EMT positions very rewarding. Our medical operations dictate approximately 75% of our calls which establish initial Basic Life Support care to patients. Having a patient stabilized before Advanced Life Support arrives is critical for patient health considerations.

You must be 18 years old to apply. Passing a drug test and background check are required for all volunteers. Applications can be found on our website, FlorissantFire.com.

Volunteer Firefighter/EMT

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 TRAINING: • Thurston County Medic 1 EMT Class • IFSAC FFI Training • IFSAC FF II Training REIMBURSEMENT: • $61.00 per diem rate for 24 hour state reimbursement • $25.00 per patient transport (EMT) • Annual training,call back, and event incentives MEDICAL/ 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) Preference points for career positions

Age: 18+ Highschool Grad/GED: Yes Valid Washington Driver's License: Yes Must have the ability to obtain IFSAC Firefighter 1 and EMT-B certifications 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 hard working dedicated people who are interested in serving the Newton Grove community by being a volunteer firefighter.

You must have a high school diploma or GED, a valid NC drivers licenses, a good driving record, and a clean criminal background screening. Applicant must attend two regular training meetings (2nd Monday night each Month), turn application in, meet with the membership committee, and then voted on by the Fire Department Members. Each volunteer firefighter is required to maintain 36 hours of fire training each year.

Firefighter/Probationary Firefighter

Porter Volunteer Fire Department is now accepting the next generation of dedicated individuals looking for the opportunity to serve their community and challenge themselves. Porter Fire Department provides fire services to Porter, IN and Dune Acres, IN, parts of Westchester Township, as well as mutual aid to neighboring communities. We average around 500 calls per year, running out of one station. A 5 month district fire academy is mandatory for all probationary firefighter candidates. The next district academy classes will be beginning Thursday June 21, so get your application in today!

Minimum requirements are: -18 years of age -Valid Drivers license -Criminal background check -Reliable transportation -Must live an appropriate distance from the fire station

Volunteer Firefighters

We are looking for volunteer firefighters for the Le Roy Fire Department in Le Roy New York 14482. Message me today to schedule a tour and talk more about opportunities.

Must be 18 years old. Must live in the Le Roy Fire District, Le Roy NY 14482

Paid Per Run (Volunteer) Firefighters with Vernon Township Fire Department!

Vernon Township Fire Department (VTFD) is located in the northwest corner of Hancock County, Indiana. VTFD is looking for interested persons to become Paid Per Run (formerly known as volunteer) firefighters with our growing department. VTFD protects the citizens of the Town of Fortville, the Town of McCordsville and the unincorporated rural area of Vernon Township. Vernon Township is represented by the Fortville Volunteer Fire Department Inc., McCordsville Volunteer Fire Department Inc. and Seals Ambulance Service. Vernon Township has established one (1) combination fire department consisting of volunteer firefighters and paid part-time firefighters to serve the entire Vernon Township including Fortville, McCordsville and contract services in Green Township in Madison County, Indiana. As Vernon Township grows…so will we! A new 4.5 Million Dollar four bay fire station was constructed in Fortville, Indiana. The project was completed in May 2019. Come join us! More details about the department can be found here: Website: https://www.vernontownship.us/vernontownshipfiredepartment Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/VernonTownshipFD/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/vernontownshipfd/

No experience is necessary, as we will provide the required courses and training. Please note that preference will be given to those with existing firefighting/EMS experience (such as firefighters, firefighter/EMTs, firefighter/paramedics, etc.). In order to apply, first please indicate your interest via this NVFC website. A member of our department will be in contact to provide you with additional details and next steps.

Volunteer Firefighter

Volunteer Firefighters will provide firefighting and rescue services for a 740 square mile area with about 3,000 population. Must be in reasonable physical condition (able to climb on and off firefighting vehicle, handle charged hoselines and lift at least 75 pounds) Must be able to be on call a substantial part of your time, but we do not require on call 24/7. Support/EMS personnel can help with fundraisers and provide rehabilitation support for firefighters during extended scenes (water, food, medical care, etc)

Must be over 18 and reasonably fit. We will train you.

Reserve Firefighter Volunteer or Paid-On-Call Reserve Firefighter/EMT or CEP

Department Information: The Founder and Fire Chief of Regional Fire & Rescue Department is Steven Kerber. The department was established in April 1995 and has completed its 25th year of service in Central Pinal County. Regional Fire has (4) full-time fire positions including the Fire Chief, Captain (A-Shift), Captain (B-Shift), and one administrative employee. Regional Fire & Rescue Department provides Firefighting, Rescue and Basic Technical Rescue Operations, BLS and ALS EMS services, Haz-Mat response, occasional fire prevention and public education opportunities. Regional Fire serves a population of approximately 9,000 residents and serves just under 100 miles of Arizona Highway and Interstate within approx. 96 square miles consisting of our Area of Responsibility (AOR). The Department responded to 701 calls in 2019. Regional Fire is an ISO Class-5/5Y Fire Department. The Department maintains (2) Type-1 Engines, a Squad (Ford F-750 with 500 Gallons Water/Foam, Extrication, Air Bags, Cribbing, SCBA, Low Angle TRT, 120,000 Lumen LED Light Tower) One Type-2 water tender (3500 Gallons) with an Incident Command/Chief’s Response vehicle.

Reserves who are not certified, must live locally and be willing to train and eventually certify as a Firefighter. Along with entry level personnel with no certifications, those wiirefighter-2 (FF2) but not EMS certified at any level are a considered non-compensated Volunteers. EMS Certification is highly recommended but not required to participate in a Volunteer status, IF entry level or a Certified Firefighter-2 already. Certified Reserves who are Firefighter-2 (either IFSAC Accredited DoD, Pro-Board, another State, etc) and EMS Certified at the EMT-Basic, I-EMT or Paramedic Levels are paid hourly. Hourly wage is paid-per-call for the training period on Squad-586 where driver training must be completed to gain shift qualification. Qualification on Squad-586 can be expected to take from 3 months to 6 months, depending upon the individual commitment toward achieving this first goal. Following the 6 month probationary period or once Squad Truck Qualification is obtained, the Certified FF-2/EMT-B can expect $200.00 per 24 hour shift as the second Firefighter, or up to $100.00 per shift as a Third Firefighter when this option is exercised and a Third Firefighter is scheduled. Certified FF2/Medics receive $240.00 per 24 hour shift. The minimal commitment is 48 hours per month whether riding as a third FF Paid-Per-Call or as the scheduled 2nd Shift Firefighter on shift stipend status and at least One Drill or Station Training per month. This is paid from $10.00 to $11.00 per hour and lasts about 4 hours.

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.

Jr. Firefighter

As a junior firefighter, members ages 14-18, are guided through training and aspects of the fire service by our more experienced members. Junior Firefighters are afforded the same training opportunities as all members, but some classes may carry some restrictions based on the member's age. Once a junior firefighter turns 18 years old, he / she will transition to one of the other membership categories.

The following core values are required: 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 All members are subject to criminal background checks.

Firefighter and EMT Positions

NPFD is currently seeking applications for the position of volunteer Firefighters, EMT's or the combination of FF/EMT. Our department will provide the necessary training for these positions. We will accept applications from those under the age of 18 for a Jr. Firefighter Program

Currently enrolled in High School or have a High School Diploma or GED

Kitchen Manager

The Bendersville Community Fire Company has served the community for over 100 years. Over the years we have provided several services to our community. Fire suppression, Motor Vehicle efforts, EMS, land rescue, and much more. These efforts come with a price tag. Over the years we have made fundraising not only about supporting our services but also away for the community to come together and enjoy great events with great food to support a great cause. This obviously creates more time for our volunteers to provide banquet quality foods to the public instead of providing the services that we hold dear to our hearts. We are in search of an individual able to coordinate the hall rentals, food ordering, and other duties.

This individual must be aware of the serving standards, and be familiar with cooking. Certification in the Serve Pro industry is required to be obtained within the first 60 days. This individual will be in charge of all the food ordering for banquets, and fundraising events. Communication will be key to the sucess of the postion as the individual will be responsiable for coordinating other volunteers for help for the banquets, and coordinating with the committee chair persons need for fundraisers. Individual will be responsible for all of the scheduling of the facility for the banquet hall and meeting room.

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.

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.

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.

Volunteer EMT/Rescue Tech/Firefighters

Marshall Vol. Fire & Rescue Department is seeking motivated individuals who are looking to serve their communities as Emergency Medical Technicians, Firefighters, Ambulance Drivers and/or Heavy Rescue Technicians. All training is provided free of charge including supplies and text books. Uniforms and protective gear are also provided. Marshall Vol. Fire & Rescue Department has been serving the citizens of Fauquier County for almost 50 years. We are located at 8472 West Main Street in Marshall, VA 20115. We have three Advanced Life Support Ambulances, a heavy rescue and several response vehicles in addition to fire suppression apparatus that we staff in order to be able to respond to 911 calls in Northern Fauquier County and surrounding areas. Any level of participation is welcome; we are flexible and will work with your schedule. We also have volunteer opportunities for departmental support and administrative duties. Please feel free to contact us for further information and to get the application process started!

*Clean Criminal History (conforming to VA-OEMS disqualifying factors) *Clean Driving Record *Clean Military Record (if applicable) *U.S. Citizen *16 years old (Due to the physical nature of some positions, the ability to assist lifting patients, supplies and heavy equipment in tight quarters may be required.)

Volunteer Firefighter-Rescuer

Ages 14-17 Junior Firefighter Ages 18 + Active Firefighter Ages 18 + Administrative Support

Completed application with current medical physical and criminal background check. Orientation, training and personal protective equipment provided by the department.

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.

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!

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.

Firefighter EMT/Firefighter Paramedic

Corinth Fire Department is looking for EMT's and Paramedics for our agency. In conjunction with Dry Ridge Fire Department, Corinth houses an ALS/BLS ambulance that is provided by Dry Ridge Fire Department. Corinth Fire Department EMT's and Paramedics staff this ambulance, and respond it out of the Corinth Fire Station. Personnel that respond with this ambulance, are also compensated STIPEND pay from the City of Dry Ridge for making runs with this ambulance.

Be at least 18 years of age Be at minimum a KY State Certified EMT or Paramedic Be able to pass background check Be able to pass drug screening Be able to work some shift work Be able to apply with the Dry Ridge Fire Department, provide paperwork for STIPEND Pay.

Firefighter / EMT

We are accepting applications for firefighter and EMT's. We provide fire, rescue and EMS service to the citizens of Wiley Ford and the surrounding area. Stop by our station on a Monday night to get an application or see any member for an application.

We will pay for all training required by the state office of EMS and the West Virginia state fire marshal office.

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 EMT

Matthews Fire & EMS relies on volunteers to staff our stations weeknights and on weekends. We are always looking for volunteers. All volunteer applicants MUST be 18 years AND possess a High School Diploma or GED EMS volunteer applicants must possess NC EMT (or above) certification at time of application A comprehensive background check will be run on all applicants Volunteers are REQUIRED to run a minimum of 36 shift hours per month Volunteer interviews and agility test are held the first Saturday of each month. (Date may change due to holidays, training, etc.) Applications should be turned in no later than one week prior to interviews. Active volunteers are compensated for their services. Some of these benefits include: Monetary stipend based on certifications and years of service Up to $15 meal reimbursement for each 12 hour shift $10 gas card for each 12 hour shift Supplemental life insurance at no cost to the volunteer Scholarships are available for qualified college students and qualified children of volunteer All training provided at no cost to the volunteer (some classes require up-front registration fees which are reimbursed upon successful completion of the class) Please go to http://www.matthewsnc.gov/Portals/0/Departments/Human%20Resources/2014%20Job%20Descriptions/2014%20application%2012-14.pdf to download the application. The application can be filled out in the PDF document, however a printed copy must be turned in at either station or mailed to the address below. (Applications cannot be faxed, emailed or submitted online.) Town of Matthews Fire & EMS Ms. Heidi Todys 232 Matthews Station St. Matthews, NC 28105 Faxed or Emailed copies are not acceptable. Contact Heidi Todys, Administrative Assistant, at htodys@matthewsnc.gov or 704.708.1214 for further information.

All volunteer applicants MUST be 18 years AND possess a High School Diploma or GED EMS volunteer applicants must possess NC EMT (or above) certification at time of application

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

Firefighters will need to be able to obtain the requirements from the State of WV to become a firefighter.

WV Firefighter I WV Firefighter I contains firefighting training, CPR/First Aid, and Haz-Mat Ops

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

Probationary Firefighter or EMT

This position is a entry level member that would have little to no experience in the fire service and willing to take training courses to become a senior (certified) firefighter or EMT for Louisa County, VA. Live in program available on limited basis for non certified members.

Must complete Firefighter 1 and Hazardous Materials Operation within 1 year of appointment.

Volunteer Member

A volunteer member of the North Strabane Fire Department can serve the community in many ways. We need volunteers in several aspects: respond to emergency incidents (fire, medical, and rescue), provide administrative support (accounting, IT, secretarial), advertise/recruit, and provide community education.

If you've got the heart to serve your community in ways few can, we've got volunteer opportunities for you. No prior training or experience required. Must live in North Strabane Township, PA, or bordering community.

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

Volunteer Firefighter

The West Milton Fire Department is a volunteer department with a roster of 35 members, responding to around 180 calls each year. Our fleet consists of 2 engines, a heavy rescue, a 105 foot ladder, a grass truck, a utility truck, and a 3,500 gallon tanker. Do you want to make a difference in someone's life? Become a volunteer firefighter and be the one that helps your neighbors when they need it most! We meet at 7:00 PM the first Thursday of the month to check equipment and the second and fourth Thursday of each month for training and business. Take a look at volunteer firefighters on https://makemeafirefighter.org/ to see what it is all about or stop in and meet our firefighters. Ask questions and see if you are a good fit for our department.

To be a member, you must: - Fill out an application (available at the city building). - Be at least 18 years old and have a high school diploma or GED certificate. - Be able to meet the Municipal Drug and Alcohol Policy. - Be of sound mental and physical health. - Not be a member of a legislative body within Miami County or any other Emergency Fire Service within Union Township. - Shall live within 10 miles of the West Milton Fire Company station at 701 S. Miami St., West Milton. - Shall have and maintain a valid driver’s license and be cleared of any criminal record through a background investigation. Questions? Call 937-698-1500 ext 112

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 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.

Exterior / Interior Firefighters

From Structure fires to Outdoor fires, from MVAs to EMS. We need you!

To have the heart, and dedication to step up in the middle of someone's nightmare, and lend a hand, and serve your community!

Volunteer

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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).

Paid On-Call Firefighter/EMT

Before you make a decision to join a fire department you should have a very good understanding of the requirements and responsibility that come along with that commitment. First off you need to understand that this is not a social club. We take our responsibility to the community very seriously. We are allowed to enter into people's lives in a way that most people never do. We see people at their most vulnerable times. And we are entrusted by the citizens to carry out our duties to the highest level of honesty, integrity and responsibility. All members of the department must complete all State of Michigan required training. Firefighter level I & II Approximately Haz-Mat Operations Drivers Training NIMS Training s Additional training required by the Fire Department includes, Emergency Medical Training at the EMT-Basic Level or abovel. Our department also conducts in-house training twice a month for 2-3 hours each time. Members are required to maintain a minimum of 90% attendance for all in house training's. The department currently responds to an average of 70 calls per month. Each member of the department must maintain a minimum attendance per month for all calls. In addition to the training's and calls, each member of the department is responsible for assisting with various committees within the Firefighters Association. And as such you will need to attend meetings and some special functions. The department pays it's members for all calls, in-house training sessions and some work details (i.e. hose testing). members are not paid for attending State required training. However, the City does pay for all training expenses for the State required training. It's all part of the commitment. This is just some of the commitments required to becoming a member of the fire department.

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