Volunteer Firefighter or Friend of the Fire Department

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

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

Volunteer Firefighter

We will train you in all aspects of firefighting. We train twice a month on the first Wednesday and third Saturday. Wednesday is 6:30 Pm to 10:00 PM and Saturdays 8:00 AM till Noon with lunch afterwards.

All you need is a willingness to learn and desire to serve your community. You will need to fill out an application giving personal information about your current state of health and any medications required.

Public Education support

This person would assist in developing a public education program. The program would include all grade levels at the schools, as well as various programs offered to the general population. Programs would includes such things as fire safety, stroke and Heart attack awareness, CPR and First Aid and anything else that might be of interest.

This person should be at least 16 years old.

Firefighter

Liberty Township Volunteer Fire Department is located 42 miles east of Chicago in Porter County between Chesterton and Valparaiso. Established in 1955, we provide Fire, Rescue and BLS protection to over 15,000 residents and 39 square miles. Our largely rural district includes the drastically growing Liberty Township and half of Jackson Township under contract. Our response area includes portions of the East/West Toll Road, a near 5 mile stretch of State Road 49,and over 10 miles of US Route 6. Over the last 5 years,the department has ran an average of 745 calls. We respond under Mutual Aid agreements to 5 neighboring departments, as well as an automatic aid agreement with neighboring Westville Fire for a portion of our rural overlapping districts.

No experience is required,but is preferred. Probationary Firefighters will be put through the Indiana Department of Homeland Security Firefighter 1&2 Course through District 1. The Department requires a minimum of Mandatory Firefighter Certification to respond to Emergency Calls. EMT Certification is not required, but can also be obtained if member desires.Must be 18 years or older. Once accepted,members will be required to meet 15% of the End Of Year run total, 10 department trainings and 7 department business meetings.

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.

Volunteer Fire fighter/EMT

West Lanham Hills 48 Volunteer Fire Department 8501 Good Luck Road Lanham, Maryland 20706 Station # 301-552-1213 Are you interested in an Adventure in Fire & EMS Services? Are you willing to commit to at least 18 hours a Month? Join our department for the experience of riding the fire engine, Ambulance , or brush truck and run 5000 calls yearly! Excellent opportunity for potential med students and those interested in a career in Fire/EMS Services!

You must be able to pass the Prince Georges County Background Check You must be able to pass the physical which consist of 12 minutes on the treadmill You must be voted in by the Department We cover the cost of training you to become a fire fighter and EMT!

Firefighter/Driver Operator

Position Summary This is skilled fire fighting, emergency medical services and fire prevention work. Duties include: extinguishing and preventing fires to protect life and property. Work also involves maintenance of fire station equipment, apparatus, and quarters, and operating equipment. Fire fighting, fire apparatus pumping operations, technical rescue and emergency medical services work are the essential duties of this position. However, a major portion of time is spent practicing skills, studying methods, and in the maintenance of property and equipment. Work is usually performed in accordance with general supervision and written procedures, under the command of a superior officer, or more senior firefighter. Work is reviewed in progress and upon completion. For career personnel, this job is a typical 24 hour shift position. For volunteer personnel, this is an on call position. Duties and Responsibilities The following represent the essential duties of this position. Additional related duties may be performed as assigned. • Responds to emergency EMS and fire/rescue calls, in accordance with standard practice guidelines, provides rescue and required basic emergency medical care. Drives and operates pumps and power elevated streams and ladders on fire apparatus. • Operates cutting torches and saws, power jacks, and a variety of other rescue equipment and tools to disentangle trapped or endangered people, removes fire or accident victims to a safe location for the provision of emergency medical care. • Inspects and maintains emergency equipment, radios. • Responds to fire alarms and lays and connects hose, operates extinguishers, hose nozzles and directs fog and water streams, raises and climbs ladders, uses axes and similar power tools to ventilate buildings and expose hidden fire areas, participates in fire salvage and post-fire overhaul operations for property protection and preservation. • Makes necessary adjustments or changes to operating equipment such as generators, foam units and similar equipment for performance as required for emergency operations. • Checks engines daily and inspects pumping equipment, ignition, batteries, brakes, and other equipment to insure that the apparatus is in good working condition and reports defects, participates in the routine maintenance and basic mechanical repair of fire apparatus as directed. • Firefighters in this position will be permitted as drivers of District apparatus’ in non-emergency conditions only. • Decontaminates apparatus, equipment, and clothing exposed to potential airborne bloodborne diseases. • Writes clear and concise reports. • Demonstrates positive behavior in support of department and District policies, as well as the District’s mission, values, goals and objectives. • Maintains a good level of overall fitness is physically capable and combat ready. • Attends and participates in formal and phase intensive training and instruction sessions in firefighting methods, first aid and other Fire Department activities. This includes bi-monthly training sessions. • Ability to wear a Self-Contained Breathing Apparatus (SCBA), if physical agility has been certified • Knowledge of the physical layout of the District, including fire hydrant and street locations. Additional Examples of Work Performed Performs general maintenance work in the upkeep of fire station buildings and grounds, cleans, waxes, polishes, and otherwise maintains assigned equipment and quarters; participates in a continuing program of training and instruction, including attendance at scheduled drills and classes. Minimum Qualifications • High school diploma or G.E.D. • Kansas Certified as a Firefighter I and Firefighter II, meeting the requirements of NFPA 1001 – Professional Firefighter Qualifications. • Certified according to the NFPA 472 Hazardous Materials Competencies for a First Responder at the Operations Level. • Possess a valid driver’s license and be insurable by the District’s insurance carrier. • Must have current certification or licenses by an agency, recognized by the State of Kansas in CPR/AED for the Professional Rescuer and First Aid. • Knowledge of rescue and basic emergency medical principles, practices, and techniques. • Knowledge of modern fire fighting principles, practices, and procedures, including hydraulics. • Knowledge of the operating and maintenance requirements of the various types of apparatus and equipment used in fire fighting activities. • Knowledge of building construction. • Knowledge of fire alarm, fire sprinkler, and fire suppression systems. • Ability to perform basic and routine mechanical work involved in maintaining fire apparatus, equipment and tools. • Ability to analyze situations quickly and objectively and to determine proper courses of action. • Ability to establish and maintain positive, effective working relationships with managers, supervisors, firefighters, other District employees and the public. • Ability to communicate effectively, orally and in writing. • Ability to maintain and/or improve knowledge, skills, and abilities, unassisted. Physical Requirements This is heavy physical work requiring the ability to lift, crawl, run, climb, etc. while wearing heavy protective gear weighing about 50 lbs.; ability to function in life/death situations relying on sight, hearing, smell and touch to make critical decisions while maintaining safety of others/self; ability to accept risk of bodily injury/death in performance of duties; ability to face exposure and take precautions against: carcinogenic dusts, toxic substances, infectious agents, and the visual/emotional shock of burn/trauma victims. This position requires the medical certification for use of Self Contained Breathing Apparatus. Physical strength and health to permit prolonged and strenuous work under adverse circumstances, including extreme heat and smoke. Must participate in physical fitness program and participate in and pass required agility test. Requires physical exertion to manually move, lift, carry or push extremely heavy objects. The ability to work in high or confined places, maintaining body equilibrium to prevent falling. * There are 2 classifications for firefighter, Support level and IDLH (Immediately dangerous to Life and Health) Entry. * Support level are volunteer personnel that will NOT make entry into IDLH situations. This position requires that the firefighter pass the District’s annual support level DPAT (District Physical Agility Test). * IDLH Entry level are personnel that will make entry into IDLH situations. These personnel will pass the Districts annual DPAT for entry level. All career and volunteers that fill in for career MUST pass this level. The firefighter will also be required to attend and maintain certification in the District’s annual SCBA confidence course, as well as the RIT course. Special Requirements Must carry a pager Must be able to pass physical examination and drug testing before hiring Background and Driver’s license check will be required Duties listed are intended only as illustrations of the various types of work performed. Omission of specific statements of duties does not exclude them if the work is similar, related or a logical assignment to the position. This job description does not constitute an employment agreement and is subject to change as the District’s needs and requirements of the job change.

We will train accepted applicants to the levels required within 1 year

Looking for Volunteers

Are you interested in helping out the community? Willing to learn and train with some of the bravest people in the area? Then we want to meet you. We are always looking for volunteers. From the firefighters who fight the fire, drivers who run the trucks, medical responders who treat the injured, to even the ones who help raise funds or just make a pot of coffee after a long call. There is plenty to do for just about anybody. We will train you and give you the supplies you need to make a difference in the community.

Live within 2 miles of the Liberty Eylau area. Be free of any kind of illegal drugs and able to pass a background check. Over 18 to join the fire department. Between 13-18 for the cadet program.

Volunteer firefighter

Our department is in need of volunteer firemen that will help our community as it grows. We are a close family of friends that enjoy helping our community. We look forward to your involvement with us.

Clean criminal record Valid drivers license

Firefighters, Fire Police Officers, Support Staff, Fund Raising

Volunteers needed - firefighters, fire police officers, fund raising staff and more.

No experience necessary - all training provided.

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.

volunteer firefighter, emergency medical responder, support staff

Bourbon County Fire District 3 is recruiting volunteers to serve in the six communities we proudly serve and protect. Volunteers are needed in the Bronson, Devon, Fulton, Hiattville, Mapleton, and Uniontown areas. We respond to all hazards including but not limited to structure fires, wildland fires, vehicle fires, motor vehicle collisions, emergency medical calls, hazardous materials spills, severe weather watches and a wide variety of others. Not all volunteers have to respond to every emergency, but someone has to respond to every emergency, we need your help!

Although it is suggested that volunteers live within the response area of BC3FD applicants living outside our response area will be considered on a case by case basis. Must be at least 18 years of age. Must possess a valid Kansas driver's license Must consent to a driving history check. Must consent to a criminal background check.

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 Firefighter

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

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

Resident/ Part-time/ Volunteer Firefighters

Now Hiring Resident Firefighters! No experience required, will train. See the link below for more information on becoming a part of our amazing team! https://www.dropbox.com/s/rauoe1an7ye5nmh/Resident%20FF%20posting%204-2019.pdf?dl=0&fbclid=IwAR2XKlkoaqRqs8jWmCPLMrGLMWXuYrTD0JwRM9klOGYYwrVJmVlQpZZaur0 We are always accepting applications for part-time and volunteer positions: Volunteer Firefighter​ Resident Firefighter Part-Time Firefighter

Must to be able to pass a Washington State patrol background check and drivers record check.

Central Whidbey Island Fire & Rescue Volunteer

Volunteers provide firefighting, rescue, and emergency medical services including, but not limited to: Fire control, driving and operating firefighting apparatus, rescue, medical treatment, training, station and equipment maintenance duties.

Age: 18 High School Grad/GED: Yes Valid WASHINGTON State Driver's License: Yes Ability to Read/Speak English: Yes Vision: Must meet the vision requirements specified in NFPA 1582 Comprehensive Occupational Medical Program

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!

Fund raising

90% of all funds needed to run this important operation, comes from fundraising. This fire department is looking for a couple of individual's that are willing to step up to the plate and donate a couple of hours a month to help support the first company. Please talk to any of the fire company's officer. You can call us at 610-852-2722 or vist us at www.Bowmanstown fire.com, or email us at bvfc@ptd.net. Thank you The men and women firefighters of the Bowmanstown Volunteer Fire Co.

None.We will train you.

Firefighter (Volunteer)

The Pelham Manor Volunteer Fire Company is looking for dedicated men and women to serve as firefighters in our combination department, which has at least three paid staff on 24 hours a day.

You are required to take and pass the 140 hour firefighter I class at the county fire academy, and regularly respond to calls via county dispatch. You must be a resident of the village of Pelham Manor.

Firefighter

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

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

Firefighter

There truly is no such thing as a routine call, and the abilities to think on the fly and to react and adapt to a constantly changing environment are critical. Firefighting is an ultra-hazardous job, and the dangers are always present, regardless of what type of call we are on. Responds to fire incidents and conducts tasks including interior attack, ventilation, salvage, overhaul, or fire-ground support operations as directed. Participates in emergency rescue operations and supports specialized teams including various types of rescue incidents such as fast water, dive, high angle, trench, auto extrication, and building collapse. Drives emergency vehicles operated by the department except for pumper and aerial apparatus. Assists in performing routine maintenance of all fire apparatus and tools of the department including non-powered tools such as axes pike poles, ladders, and other miscellaneous equipment. Participates in emergency management functions such as spotting for severe weather and storms and notifying the appropriate chain of command. Participates in public education programs by assisting in conducting fire department tours, demonstrations, and presentations. Participates in pre-fire analysis, in reviewing target hazards within the company district, and establishing actions to be taken at the time of an incident. Performs all other related duties as assigned.

Must be 18+ years or older at time of appointment. Must have maintained a domicile in the Borough of Oradell for at least 6 months. Must have or obtain a NJ State Firefighter Certificate within one (1) year after appointment. Must attending regular monthly meetings and drills. Valid State Driver’s License required.

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

Junior Firefighter

Junior firefighter programs allow minors (youth ages 14 to 18) to learn about volunteer firefighting; train with experienced firefighters; and in some places, assist at fire scenes. Child labor laws that prohibit minors from engaging in hazardous work and limit work hours apply to these programs.

Ages 14-18. Authorized by Legal Guardian Please contact Station for more information.

Volunteer Firefighter

Volunteers Urgently needed. The Department provides a great Career starter and as well as the experience of a lifetime. All training is provided by the department. Excepting anyone 14 and up. Be a part of the excitement and family atmosphere of being a firefighter not to mention making a valued difference in your community that will be noticed.

No previous experience nessecery

Firefighter, First Responder, Support personnel

Hoover Valley Volunteer Fire and Emergency Services is currently looking for volunteers for all positions. No experience required!! We will train you. Send you to become a paid Firefighter or EMT. We are looking for Rehab Specialist, Support personnel, even media relations personnel. We cover 26 square miles. That include Inks Lake State Park, Longhorn Caverns, and a US Wildlife & Fish Hatchery. Also have two youth summer camps in our coverage area. We respond to Inks lake and Lake LBJ. Currently running about 350 plus calls a year. Contact us today if interested. At 512-755-5082

No experience necessary. Must be able to pass a background check, Lift 70 pounds plus. Firefighting is a very physical job.

Firefighter

General Statement of Duties: Under supervision, responds to all calls, drives fire apparatus, participates in fire prevention, inspections, station maintenance, and training activities. Completes all other tasks assigned. Distinguishing Features of the Class: 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 extreme weather conditions. The work requires adherence to departmental rules and regulations. Receives and accepts assignments made by supervisors of specific tasks and indicated 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. Duties—Examples of Work: · Responds to alarms and assists in the suppression of fires. · Performs rescues, entry, ventilation, and salvage work. · Operates equipment and assists in the suppression of fires in the protection of life and property. · Participates in the overhaul of fire scenes. · Performs clean-up and helps prepare equipment and vehicles for future alarms. · Assists in maintaining fire apparatus, equipment, and fire stations. · Participates in continuing training and instruction programs of a technical nature. · Attends and participates in drills and classes. · Assists in fire prevention activities. · Wears appropriate Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) in all areas of operations. · Works within the Incident Command System (ICS). · Lifting, carrying, and/or dragging up to 100 lbs. Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities: Essential: · Ability to read and understand departmental rules, regulations, and policies. · Ability to analyze situations and adapt quickly and effectively by taking reasonable courses of action giving due regard to the surrounding hazards of each situation. · Ability to write clear and accurate reports. · Ability to understand and follow oral or written directions. · Ability to learn technical firefighting skills and techniques. · Ability to apply the principles of hydraulics to fire suppression. · Ability to operate fire apparatus. · Maintain cooperative relationships with fellow firefighters and the public. · Ability to function under extreme mental and physical stress.

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 at the Fire Chief’s discretion. · Continuous progress towards the Basic Operations Firefighter Certification with a goal of obtaining the certification within the first 3 years.

Emergency and Support Volunteers Needed

We are looking for individuals interested in helping the community they live and work in. We need people that are interested in becoming Emergency Medical Technicians and/or Firefighters. We also are looking for individuals that would rather work on the support or administrative side of our fire company. Free training will be provided to you. This is a volunteer position and you will not be compensated financially, but the personal reward and satisfaction you will receive will be well worth your investment of time.

First Requirement is the drive and dedication to serve your community. You must be willing to dedicate some of your spare time to attend training classes, company drills & meetings. Individuals interested in becoming FIrefighters will be required to pass a basic physical by your physician. You will be required to pass a basic background check to become a member, especially to become an EMT. To drive Fire Apparatus, you must not have any major moving violations on your driving record.

Firefighter

Volunteer Firefighter Firefighters perform public safety work involving the protection of life and property by fighting fires, responding to emergency incidents, and engaging in fire code enforcement, public education, and station and equipment maintenance activities.

18 years of age; high school graduate or posses a GED; citizen of the United States; be of good moral character; live within the Fire District Once a member of the Department the following requirements of the position are: - Enrolled into the WI Entry Level Firefighter course prior to the end of the first year - CPR Certification - Attendance of 50% of monthly department meetings and drills - Participate on an inspection team twice a year to complete weekly station, apparatus and equipment/tool readiness inspections.

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

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.

Volunteer Firefighter

Bloomfield Fire Department is seeking volunteers: Membership to the Bloomfield Fire Department must be 14 or 15 years of age for junior auxiliary status,16 or 17 years of age for cadet status and 18 years of age or older for Probationary membership. Applicants shall reside in the Bloomfield Fire District or a neighboring town. Applicants will submit a compete and truthful application for membership. Pass a physical, by department appointed physician. Pass a urine drug screening and a criminal background review. Membership has its privileges. First and foremost is the self-satisfaction that you will get out of helping others in time of their greatest need. By joining you have become part of an organization that has a great deal of pride and its accomplishments. You will also become part of a large social network where members become more like an extended family than co-workers. Above all you will be given an opportunity to fill boots that very few people can. So, you think you have what it takes? If so contact the Bloomfield Fire Department at (860) 242-1779 Or email Deputy Chief Peter Barnard at pbarnard@bloomfieldctfd.com

Applicants shall reside in the Bloomfield Fire District or a neighboring town. Pass a physical, by department appointed physician. Pass a urine drug screening and a criminal background review.

Firefighter/EMT

Becoming a Volunteer Firefighter or Emergency Medical Technician requires significant commitment, but comes with great reward. King William County Fire and Rescue is a combination department with a need for both 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 directed by emailing us at kbrooks.kwfr@gmail.com 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!

16 yrs old. Clean criminal record.

Volunteer Firefighter

We are looking for new members to join our organization

18 years old In good health Live or work in Avon or live within 2 miles of the town line

Firefighter

The New Bloomfield Fire Protection District is looking for persons interested in serving their community. we provide all the required training, we ask that you have a willingness to work as part of a team to serve the citizens within the New Bloomfield area. You can serve as a firefighter, first responder, a member of our auxilliary. if you are interested in learning more about becoming a firefighter with the New Bloomfield Fire Protection District we would be more than happy to talk with you.

Applicants must pass a background check and interview process. after joining the district members must complete basic training requirments, 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.

Firefighter

Volunteer Firefighters needed.

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

Firefighter/Support staff

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

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

Banks Fire District 13 Student-Volunteer Opportunity

Looking for individuals who are interested in gaining fire and EMS skills while getting assistance with College Tuition. We have a few openings in our student volunteer program. As a student Volunteer you would fill a 24 hour shift as a Intern Firefighter and help respond to any emergency calls while on shift. In return we would help with reimbursement toward your college degree. Student Interns must be enrolled to obtain either an EMS degree or a Fire services degree. For more information please email our Volunteer Coordinator at brennann@banksfire.org

Enrolled in College classes Work an ABC shift. Willing to Obtain Firefighter I certification as well as EMT or higher.

Firefighter

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

18 years of age Good Character

Firefighter

Looking for volunteers to help serve our community whenever they need help during good times and bad.

Volunteers must be 18 and junior volunteers must be 16. We will pay for your training if you do not have your fire fighting certification.

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Come do something different be a vol. Firefighter

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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

Community Day/Volunteer Recruiment

Are you looking for a way to serve your community? Can you be there when someone needs help? Be on the front lines of Emergency Medical Services. There will be a CPR demonstration, fire safety information, SMECO information, and various demonstrations as well. Start date and time is September 7th, 2019 at 10am and ends at 2pm.

No experience needed, training will be provided.

Firefighters / EMT's, Support personnel, Fund Raising

We are looking for those willing to learn and willing to help their community. You can help as a firefighter, EMT or assist with on scene support such as driving, pumping, rescue as well as fire police duties. We also welcome anyone wanting to help with monthly fund raisers, maintenance

Training /equipment is provided free with training both in house and in local trainings. Training time depends on job functions. Candidates must be willing to learn and willing to work as a team member.

Volunteer Firefighter

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 Monaca #4 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. The commitment to serve as a volunteer firefighter with the Monaca #4 Volunteer Fire Department is a serious decision and should not be made quickly. We hope you will find that you are able to make the commitment we need to contribute to the safety of the community and its citizens. You will find that participation as a volunteer firefighter with the Monaca #4 Volunteer Fire Department will be unlike any experience you have had or will ever have.

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.

Volunteer Firefighter

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be able to perform the duties of a volunteer firefighter

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

Looking for entry level personnel, no experience required

Basic physical skills and the ability to work as a team

First Responder

Be on the frontlines on helping your community. Snap into action when one of your neighbors dials 911. We will give you all the training you need, up to and including EMT classes or driving courses.

None. Anyone can help

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

Respond to all types of emergency calls including; fire, medical, rescue. and hazardous materials related incidents. Also responds to non-emergency public service calls. Under general supervision, may engage in fire suppression and fire prevention activities in protecting life and property; may respond to emergency medical calls; may assist in the operation and maintenance of fire apparatus and equipment; will attend and participate in fire training and study firefighting techniques.

18 years of age or older, possess a valid Idaho Driver's license with the ability to upgrade classification of that license. Submit to the Fire District, at time of application, a DMV printout of driver history for review. First Responder First Aid, Advanced First Aid, or other First Aid course and CPR must be obtained within one year of appointment. Must have the physical ability to perform the essentials of the job requirements.

Volunteer Firefighter

The Carteret Fire Department is a dynamic organization that has been serving the residents of Carteret for over 100 years with pride and dedication. Our volunteer firefighters respond to a variety of emergencies 24 hours a day, 7 days a week and 365 days a year to protect lives and property. We are currently looking for highly motivated and dedicated inviduals to join our team. This is an excellent opportunity to give back to the community and become a part of an elite group of people who are proud to be volunteer firefighters. Some of the benefits of volunteering with us include: * All training and equipment provided at no cost to you * The satisfaction of helping others in the community * Opportunities for advancement within the department * Web-based fire department training portal * Length of Service Award Program (similar to a retirement program) * Annual stipend (based on response and training attendance) * Volunteer preference points on the NJ Civil Service Entry Level Firefighter Examination (Carteret residents only) Plus many other discounts and benefits that are made available to First Responders.

- Be a resident of Carteret or certain sections of Woodbridge Twp. - Be at least 18 years of age and no older than 57 - Be a U.S. Citizen or have permanent residency status - Have a valid NJ Drivers License and good driving record - Must have your own vehicle in order to be eligible for membership - Able to pass a medical examination (paid for by department) - Pass a criminal background check which includes fingerprinting - Able to complete required NJ State/Pro-Board Firefighter 1 certification within two years of joining - Able to maintain all minimum department response and training requirements

Firefighter

We are actively seeking dedicated members for all positions from administrative support to interior firefighter's you don't have to fight fire to help

None

Firefighter/EMT/Fire Police/Support Staff/Fundraising

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

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

Volunteer Firefighter and/or Emergency Medical Responder

The Fountain Lake Fire Department is looking for several new volunteers to join our team. We are a volunteer fire department that serves the Fountain Lake community and the surrounding areas. Our department responds to medical and fire emergencies within our district and assist outside departments as needed. The department has two stations and currently have 8 apparatuses. Station 1 is at 7146 Park Ave. 71901 and Station 2 is at 111 Surey Rd. 71909. We meet every Tuesday night at Station 1 from 7pm to 9pm. If you would like to join our team then come down to Station 1 on a Tuesday night and talk with us.

The minimum requirements to join the Fountain Lake Fire Department: 18 years old, clean driving record, ability to pass a drug test, and have a high school diploma or GED. Must have own transportation to attend training, call response, station activities etc. Must be able to pass drug screen and extensive background check. Must meet department minimum standards to maintain active volunteer status with department (Discussed during application/interview processes). Must be able to attend the weekly training meetings, any required training classes that are scheduled, respond to calls day and night (depending on your work schedule), and have a positive and professional attitude. This is a volunteer department, however, when you join there is an understanding that to be a firefighter it takes dedication. There will be times that family events, holidays, and other activities could be missed or interrupted. Emergencies happen at all hours of the day and night.

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

Firefighter

Looking for a member of the community or surrounding community that is interested in being a firefighter. Either experienced or brand new we provide the training and resources needed to succeed as a member of the Croydon Fire Company. We provide fire and rescue services to to Croydon and the surrounding areas. We operate an engine, ladder, rescue, field unit, and marine unit to protect and serve the community. There are many opportunities within the fire company as well to keep members active and engaged.

16 Years of Age or older Able to pass a criminal background check and child abuse clearance Live either in Croydon, PA or surrounding area

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.

All volunteers are welcome

Looking for volunteer firefighters in our district from ages 14+. No training necessary, we will train for free.

Have to live in our district or surrounding districts

Firefighter - Home Responders

The Friendship Fire & Hose Co. No 1 (Elizabethtown Fire Department) is a busy suburban volunteer fire department that responds to 750 calls for service annually. To do this, we rely on a combination of firefighters that live-in the station as well as personnel that respond to the station from home. Home Responders are provided with gear, uniforms and free training in exchange for responding to a minimum number of calls and meeting training standards. All firefighters are eligible for the department's annual incentive program as well as tuition assistance for higher education. Other amenities offered to our members: access to our day room (lounge) that is equipped with plush recliners, reclining sofa, big screen TV, surround sound, separate big screen gaming TV and a pool table; access to our in-house gym that holds state-of-the-art commercial quality free-weight, cardio and kick-boxing equipment.

Candidates wishing to apply to be a home responder must complete an application and successfully complete a background check. All home responders must: *maintain an average of 10% call participation *attend 1 quarterly in-house training *obtain certification at the Firefighter I level

Entry Level Firefighter

Perform firefighting and emergency incident functions at the basic level as a member of a team to include: Deploy and operate hose lines to extinguish fires and protect exposures. Perform forcible entry, search and rescue, ventilation, salvage and overhaul. Operate pumps, small engines, scene lighting equipment, and hand tools in support of incident needs.

Must be at least 18 years of age and out of high school. Must live within two miles of the Town of Peshtigo borders (includes residents of the Cities of Marinette and Peshtigo). Must be a Wisconsin resident and hold a valid WI drivers license. Must not have any criminal convictions. Must pass an occupational physical exam and drug test prior to appointment.

Volunteer Firefighter

Operations - Respond to local and regional fire suppression, medical, and environmental emergencies when dispatched and as observed - Provide emergency and non-emergency assistance, support, and education to fellow department members, other public safet

- Willingness to be a part of an organization dedicated to serving the local community - At least 16 years of age and in good standing with enrolled school, occupation, or employer - Able to successfully complete a local and national background check -

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.

Fire Corps

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 A comprehensive background check will be run on all applicants Fire Corps Volunteer interviews are held the third Monday of each month. (Date may change due to holidays, training, etc.) Applications should be turned in no later than one week prior to the meeting. 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. We will provide training.

All position excluding EMS

We are looking for anyone over the age of 14 that would be interested in all aspects of the volunteer fire service. We no longer have an ambulance but will train EMTs to further their fire training. Training is free as long as your active. We have positions for firefighter, community education, and hall assignments. No tolerance for discrimination . All are welcome.

No previous fire service training required. Applicants must pass a criminal background and Pennsylvania child abuse clearance.

Paid on Call Firefighter

Muskegon Charter Township Fire Department is actively recruiting men and women for openings as a Paid on Call Firefighter. This is a part time position, which involves responding to calls for emergencies when you are available. No fire training is necessary! We will provide the training for you to become a certified Firefighter and a licensed Medical First Responder. This job does require quite a bite of commitment, but can be a very rewarding job, with opportunities for career advancement. Most of our Paid on Call firefighters still work full time jobs elsewhere, while balancing being an on call firefighter in their time off. Muskegon Charter Township Fire Department is a combination fire department, meaning they employ both Full Time Firefighters and part time, Paid on Call Firefighters. You must have a valid driver’s license and a good driving record, a high school diploma, and live within the coverage area of our district – which is Muskegon Charter Township, Laketon Township, and a portion of Cedar Creek Township. Don’t live in one of those areas? There is a chance the department covering the area in which you reside may be hiring as well! If this sounds like something you are interested in, and are serious about helping others and making a difference in YOUR community, don’t wait! Please stop by at either of our fire stations and fill out an Interest in Employment form. Feel free to talk to the on duty Firefighter and they can answer any questions you may have. Muskegon Township Station 1 1117 S Walker Rd Muskegon MI 49442 Muskegon Township Station 2 1699 N Getty St Muskegon MI 49445

-Must be 18 years of age -High School Diploma or GED -Successfully pass background check -Successfully complete the physical ability test -Successfully complete the written aptitude test -Successfully complete the pre-employment physical examination and drug screen

Volunteer Firefighter (Ages 18+)

A dedicated, highly-trained team of people stands ready to respond to emergencies in Pawlet, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Members of this team are well-versed in fire suppression, rescue, and a wide range of other emergency skills. They are expert at operating the tools and equipment of the fire service. Many of them hold professional certifications as firefighters. Who are these people? They are volunteers! And the Pawlet Volunteer Fire Department is seeking new teammates today. If you are interested in learning the skills of the fire service and applying these skills to assisting your neighbors, often in their hour of greatest need, the PVFD offers a unique volunteer opportunity that is of critical importance to our community. If you come through our doors with a positive attitude, ready to LEARN and WORK, we provide robust firefighter training that will give you the confidence to work as part of our team in the most extreme situations. Along the way you'll meet some great people, too.

To be a firefighter, you must be over 18 (those between 15 and 17 may apply for Junior Firefighter roles), and you must be willing to make time for the fire department. That means attending weekly trainings and participating in department operations, including emergency response, when available. We require 24 hours of training per year for all active members. We conduct trainings on Tuesday evenings. All training and equipment is provided for free. Firefighting and rescue operations are physically demanding, and require a high degree of fitness. But if you are not very fit or are physically disabled in some way, don't count yourself out! There are many valuable roles in the fire service that might be a good fit for you. All roles on our department are open to any gender. To be a firefighter, you must be trustworthy. Your duties as a firefighter will place you in contact with children, vulnerable adults, and in the homes of strangers. For this reason, applicants will be subject to a criminal background check. Finally, you must live in the Pawlet, Vermont area to join our fire department. If you do not live in the area, please seek out the fire department in your community.

Probationary Firefighter

The Peoria Heights Fire Department was originally chartered in 1917 to provide fire suppression services for the village. Over the years, the department has now grown to provide fire suppression response, fire prevention education, technical rescue response (vehicle accidents, elevator rescues), and emergency medical services to all citizens within the Village of Peoria Heights. The department runs approximately 1200 calls per year out of two stations, which on average equates to approximately 3.3 calls per day. Unlike a career fire department that has staffing present at the fire station 24 hours a day, our department has members who volunteer their time to run calls for service as they come in, often responding to the fire station from their personal residence. It takes a large amount of dedicated personnel to answer those calls, and we are continually recruiting new members to ensure that we can provide the best protection that we can to the village. New members enter the department on a probationary status which lasts for 12 months. During this time, probationary firefighters are introduced to every facet of the fire department. An extensive training program gives the probationary member the skills needed to function as a full member of the fire department. Training includes radio communications, structural firefighting tactics, fire apparatus engineering and operation, auto extrication, rescue operations, first responder medical training, and many other topics. All members are required to attend at least 36 monthly drills and respond to a minimum of 10% of calls during each quarter. Veteran members assess the attitude, personality, and skills of the probationary member during all phases of training and probation. Probationary firefighters have periodic reviews by the supervisory staff of the department to view their progress and determine whether they should move forward with training, be promoted to Firefighter after their 12 month period, be placed in remedial training, or be removed from the department.

1. Must be at least 18 years of age by date of hire and possess either a high school diploma or GED. 2. Must live within 3 miles “as the crow flies” from one of the two fire stations in Peoria Heights AND reside within the corporate limits of Peoria County, Illinois a. Fire Station 1 is located at 4901 North Prospect Road in Peoria Heights. b. Fire Station 2 is located at 1633 East Gardner Lane in Peoria Heights. c. Special consideration may be given to those that live outside of the mileage limit. We encourage people to still apply even if they are outside of this limit for us to review on a case-by-case basis. 3. Must be able to pass a physical, drug screening, and criminal background screening as well as an oral interview. 4. Must be willing to devote time to assist the public in various capacities, including responding to emergency incidents that may involve environments that have an immediate danger to life and health. 5. Must be willing to devote time to training, public education, and other department-sponsored events to better prepare you and the fire department for emergency incidents.

Firefighters and/or EMTs

Somers VFD is always looking for people who have a desire to serve their community, learn new skills, and have fun working with our team of volunteers. You can choose to become a firefighter, an EMT, or both! Training and equipment is provided for free; you only need to donate your time, energy, and positive attitude. If this sounds like something YOU might enjoy - get in touch with us today! Our website is: www.somersvfd.com (yes, it is a dot.com)

Dedication, heart, time, energy, focus, and a can-do attitude. There will be an interview and a physical, provided by our department, of course.

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 Rankin 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 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 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 protocols, and standard operating procedures.

Be a minimum of 17 years old. Must be able to pass a child clearance check from the PSP. Must be able to pass a PSP Criminal history check. (No felonies or charges of arson) Be willing to attend an essentials of firefighting course if not already completed and have certifications. Must attend training once a week and help with all department functions and fundraising.

Firefighter First Responder

The Leslie VFD is seeking qualified applicants for Firefighters and First Responders. Be a part of serving your community and helping your neighbors. Our Meetings are the 3rd Thursday at 7:00pm.

Must be over 18, have a current Arkansas Driver's License and be reasonably fit. Probationary members will serve 6 months during which they will attend various

Volunteer Firefighter

We are currently looking for volunteers to join the Louisburg Volunteer Fire Department!! A Volunteer Firefighter will be involved with a caring, enthusiastic group of people who assist with fire protection, fire prevention, fire suppression, vehicle accidents, and some emergency medical calls.

Must live in Louisburg Fire Department jurisdiction, be 18 years old and have clear criminal history.

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 emergency cases; Cleans and inspects equipment and apparatus after returning from a fire; Inspects equipment and apparatus and notifies superior officer of any defects; Makes minor repairs to equipment and apparatus, performs routine preventative maintenance tasks, and keeps records of such action; Keeps fire station, equipment and grounds in a clean and orderly condition; Participates in training activities and instruction sessions; Acquires and retains a thorough knowledge of the City, including streets, buildings, water supply, unusual hazards and related items; Performs various public information or education tasks; Enters inspection, training and (on occasion) fire and emergency medical service calls into the records management systems; Performs all work duties and activities in accordance with City policies and procedures; Works in a safe manner and reports unsafe activity and conditions. Follows City-wide safety policy and practices and adheres to responsibilities concerning safety prevention, reporting and monitoring as outlined in the City’s Safety Handbook. Other Duties and Responsibilities: 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, swift water, trench and collapse rescues; May respond to non-emergency calls for infant car seat installations, africanized bee complaints, fire prevention demos, etc.; Deals with social service related areas of emergency response by assisting victims and relatives of victims of traumatic events.

Must live in the Colona Fire District. Must be 18 and and have a high school diploma or GED equivalent.

fire chief

we are a small but very active department. We always have room for another person.

18 years old and do have a felony.

Firefighter/EMT-B

We are looking for members to join our company for: Fire Suppression, EMT-B or administrative/Fund raising positions. We are a busy company that runs over 5000 responses a year out of our station. We train and supply you with gear, uniforms and living arrangements if you want to be a live-in. In the next year we are taking delivery of a Heavy Rescue Squad and a new engine. If you want to be part of a busy company that makes all types of hazard calls we are the place. Contact us via email:ehvfc.org or phone 410-647-1990.

None we train, equip and issue physicals for any interested individual.

Firefighter- home responder

There are many benefits including helping your community, being part of our family, insurance, training, top-quality exercise equipment, concerts, and picnics. The Hershey Volunteer Fire Company is the busiest all-volunteer department in Dauphin County, answering approximately 900 calls a year for service. We are also very involved in Fire Prevention year-round, as well as other public outreach events. There are many various jobs within the fire company and even little jobs provide a big benefit. Everyone receives appropriate safety equipment and training at no cost. Call us to schedule a tour of the station and to talk to a member of the crew. There is NO PREVIOUS EXPERIENCE required to join, as training will be provided to you and paid for by the Department. Firefighters are the ones to answer the call for help, putting out fires and performing rescues. Carrying hoses, climbing ladders and operating equipment are many of the jobs you will do. Training is a very important aspect of firefighting. We will provide weekly training with the station as well as send you to training classes at local fire schools; at no cost to you.

Must be 18 years or older and in good health. Criminal background and reference checks. Junior member age 14 and up. Ready to start? Follow the link to our membership application. Once filed, our membership committee will contact you: https://form.jotform.com/51226243764150

Firefighters, EMTs or Administrative Members

The Odenton Volunteer Fire Company is always in need of new members to serve as Firefighters, EMTs or Administrative Members. We hold a monthly orientation the first Tuesday of each month at 7 PM at our station located at 1425 Annapolis Road in Odenton. Contact us at membership@ovfc28.org or just show up at the orientation to learn more

Must be 16 years or older. $40 Application fee that pays for first uniform. Must pass criminal background check. Responding Members (EMTs or Firefighters) must pass a physical examination provided by Anne Arundel County.

Volunteer Firefighter

looking for passionate men and woman to join our fire department. Who have the willing to give back to the community and protect life and property. We are a great location to get your feet wet in the fire service. come join our team and help us grow.

18 years of age (14 years of age for juniors) No Felony Convictions ability to pass a oral board interview ability to read, write and understand english valid Missouri Drivers License Passionate

Firefighter/EMT

Immediate hiring of several part time firefighter/EMTs. 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 or NREMT licensure WI state FF I accepted NFPA Firefighter II preferred Valid Wisconsin Driver's License High School Diploma/GED

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

New volunteer members

Darby Fire Patrol #2 is actively seeking assistance with every aspect of running our organization. Maintenance, Accounting, IT Networking, Website & Social Media, Training, Clerical, Fund Raising. If YOU can do one of these behind the scene tasks, it lets those trained to be Firefighters concentrate on what they do best. It's Not Just Firefighting !!

Must be 18 years of age.

Volunteer FireFighter, Jr. FireFighter, Live-in

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 Camp Hill Fire Company No. 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. 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 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.

Physical Demands: Work is performed primarily in the fire station, then on emergency medical scenes, mass casualty, fire scenes and extra ordinary events as they occur. Performing tasks under emergency conditions may require strenuous exertion. The exposure to death, emotional stress, patients with contagious diseases and terminal illnesses can be expected. Mental Demands: While performing the duties of this position, the employee will be regularly required to use written and oral communication skills; read and interpret data, information and documents; analyze and solve problems; use math and mathematical reasoning; observe and interpret situations; learn and apply new information or skills; and interact with fire district members, other organizations and the public.

Cadet

Looking for determined volunteers to help service our community and tippah county ms

Be at least 16 years of age

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 and/or EMT's Needed

Maybrook Fire Department is currently active with recruiting community for Firefighter's and/or EMT's. Excellent incentives such as tax credit, LOSAP retirement benefits, free training. Visit us at www.maybrookfd.com for more information.

Live or work within the Maybrook Fire District. 16 and up Want to make a difference in their community.

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 and 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 and successfully pass a physical and arson background check.

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.

Volunteer Firefighter

The Pleasant Valley Fire Department serves the community of Barkhamsted Connecticut. We provide volunteer fire and rescue services. We are a small department responding to about 200 calls per year. We have immediate and critical need for new staff. We have lost several members in the last few years and are running short. See our website at www.barkhamstedfiredistrict.org for an application (under Help Wanted).

No prior experience needed. Must be able to pass a criminal background check and a medical clearance. All are provided at no cost to the applicant. All training and equipment provided at no cost. It is preferred that members live in the Town of Barkhamsted but it is not required. Minimum age is 14 for our Junior Program and 18 for the adult.

Firefighter

Volunteer firefighters interior FF exterior FF engineers Junior FF

No felonies Be willing to volunteer 4 hours a month (48) hours per year for training.

Firefighters, EMT's, Paramedic wanted

Volunteers needed to help staff your local fire department. The Clearwater Emergency Services are looking for dedicated individuals who want to help our community stay safe. These dedicated people must have a loyalty to the community they serve at the citizens worst times. We are hear to make their day better. Please go to our website www.clearwaterks.org to gain additional information on the department.

Must be minimum age of 17 Valid Drivers license High School Graduate/GED Clear Driving history clean Background check non user of recreational drugs Willing to participate in at least 30% of calls and training Willing to support the mission of the Clearwater Emergency Services Willing to become medically trained and work on the ambulance Willing to become Firefighter certified

Paid-on-call Firefighter

The Bronson Fire Department is building an applicant pool for the position of firefighter to draw from when positions become available. ESSENTIAL POSITION FUNCTIONS  RESPONDS promptly to fire alarms and other emergency calls to major incidents when notified while on duty.  DRIVES fire apparatus and OPERATES pump and other equipment with firefighting, rescue, salvage and maintenance operations.  ENTERS burning buildings and ADVANCES charged and uncharged hose lines and APPLIES extinguishing agents to fires.  POSITIONS and CLIMBS ladders to gain access to upper floors for rescue.  Effectively COMMUNICATES verbally by means of two-way radio as person-to-person and in writing through completion of various records, memos and letters. POSITION RESPONSIBILITIES  INSPECTS buildings for fire hazards and COMPLETES pre-fire plans as appropriate.  MAINTAINS apparatus, equipment, buildings and grounds.  PARTICIPATES in all phases of training necessary to acquire the knowledge and skills required of the position.  ASSISTS Company Officer in maintaining records and submitting reports.  SERVES as acting lieutenant when so designated.  PERFORMS other duties as required.  PROTECTS property from unnecessary smoke and water damage by using salvage covers, positive pressure ventilation fans and water vacuum.  CLIMBS, CRAWLS and RUNS as necessary to accomplish fire extinguishment, rescue and personal safety.  CARRIES or MOVES heavy equipment and/or objects necessary to achieve fire extinguishment or rescue.

You must live within the Bronson Fire District to be considered for a position with the Bronson Fire Department. REQUIRED SKILLS  Ability to respond quickly uses good judgment under stress in hazardous situations.  Maintains positive human relationships.  Knowledge of street and hydrant locations.  Knowledge of dispatch procedure. PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS  Must be able to lift and move and climb ladders.  Must have agility to climb through rafters, on roofs and crawl through tunnels.  Must be able to open and close valves and be able to advance with hose discharging water.  Must be able to carry heavy loads, up and down stairs.  Must be able to carry and drag hose.  Must be able to hear alarms and respond.  Must be able to effectively communicate, via two-way radio and over the telephone.  Must be able to grasp and safely use hand tools such as axe, pike pole, chain saw, shovel, etc.

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.

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, EMT, Fundraising

We are looking for anyone interested in helping out. Whether it be firefighting, EMS, or just fundraising, any help is greatly appreciated.

Age: 15+

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!

Firefighter (Live-In and Home Responders)

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

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

Paid Per Call Firefighter

PRIMARY OBJECTIVES To protect life and property through fire suppression, medical aid, public education, inspections, and other fire prevention duties. Serves under the direction of the Deputy Public Safety Director-Fire Services, Deputy Fire Chief, and other public safety supervisors. ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS 1. Responds to emergency and non-emergency incidents as a firefighter and emergency medical responder. 2. Performs firefighting activities, including driving fire apparatus, operating pumps and related equipment, laying hose, and other related tasks. 3. Responds to calls for emergency medical services, and renders first aid. 4. Maintains fire equipment and apparatus in accordance with department standards. 5. Completes reports, forms, and data entry into fire record management system and other related databases. 6. Works with local, state, and federal agencies. 7. Assists in conducting fire investigations as needed. 8. Assists with fire prevention and safety education efforts. 9. Participates in public safety training and meetings. 10. Performs other job related duties as apparent or assigned. The following job functions are intended to illustrate various types of work performed and are not all inclusive. The job description is subject to change as the needs of the employer change. KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES 1. Knowledge, proficiency, and accuracy in the use of computer applications and software, including Microsoft Office Suite (word processing, spreadsheet and power point presentations). 2. Strong verbal and written communication skills. 3. Ability to communicate effectively and professionally with all City staff, elected officials, and the general public. 4. Ability to establish and maintain effective work relationships with supervisors, co-workers, and the general public. 5. Ability to work independently and to prioritize work. 6. Knowledge of fire services procedures and practices. 7. Ability to maintain confidential and sensitive information. 8. Ability to work varied hours to attend meetings and accomplish the mission of the Public Safety Department.

REQUIRED QUALIFICATIONS • Must have a high school diploma or equivalent. • Must have a valid Minnesota driver’s license. • Entry level firefighter position, no experience necessary. • Must successfully pass a background investigation, physical, psychological examination, and a one-year probationary period. • Must be able to pass an annual physical examination. • Ability to obtain the following certifications upon hire: Firefighter I & II, Hazardous Material Operational Certification, and Emergency Medical Responder (EMR).

Brampton Twp Volunteer Firefighter

We are looking for people who like to serve the community. Must be responsible, and ready to learn new things. We are a small rural fire department with 5 trucks. We have a good group of guys who are ready to help you learn. Our Township will buy you the books you need and will pay mileage to and from classes that are essential to becoming a firefighter. We also will supply PPE (personal protective equipment). We also have a cadet program (age 16-18yrs) for those who want to get a head start into firefighting or want to see what it's all about.

If you are not already certified (FF1 OR FF2) you will be required to take and pass state testing within two years after signing on as a new recruit. If you are under the age of 18 you can sign on as a cadet.

Miccosukee (Heatherwood/Hill-top Country Store area) Fire Rescue needs Firefighters, Medical Responders, and/or Drivers! - COPY

Miccosukee Fire Rescue is looking for people with a heart to serve others above all else. There are many different ways to serve whether through medical response which many times can be first on scene to get basic vital signs and info to having to perform life saving CPR. Our department is also looking for firefighters to respond to fires, car wrecks, and other disaster type relief. There are also openings for drivers (Engine operations) which is the perfect opportunity for those along in age or with some physical limitations. The driver would get the engine on scene and help make connections to a water source and monitor the pressure. You can train for all of these positions or stick with one of the above categories based on your desired preference or abilities. All training is paid for by the county.

Requirements are all training paid by department/county and at a reasonable pace for working indivduals: - Incident Command Structure (ICS) - understanding who is in charge as more help arrives (city, state, and federal) - Emergency Vehicle Operation Course (EVOC) - how to safely operate an emergency vehicle - Emergency Medical Responder (EMR) - this is your basic starter medical course to respond to medical situations - Firefighter 1 (FF1) - This is a basic course to give you the ability to understand fire behavior all the way to entering a structure. - Wildland/Forestry - this course is designed to help you understand fire behavior when not contained by a structure and fueled by the outside elements. There are many courses up from these: EMT, Paramedic, FF2, and more if you desire to know more. -

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 Recruit

The Pine Hill Fire Department is actively seeking personnel for recruitment as firefighters. Requirements for the volunteer position of FIREFIGHTER RECRUIT: • Be at least 18 years of age at the time of application • Be of good health • Possess a valid driver’s license • No previous training required • Participation in the duty crew program (minimum of one shift per week) to ensure station staffing Once a member has attained specific levels of training and experience through the set course path, they are eligible to participate in any and all of the duties and functions of a firefighter. Some of the general duties that one could expect to perform as a volunteer firefighter include: • Fire suppression • Rescue of victims trapped by fire or motor vehicle accident • Assist in treatment of victims experiencing medical or traumatic emergencies • Driving and maintaining emergency vehicles • Providing various public assistance, investigation and educational services The Pine Hill Fire Department has four different membership options that each have a different degree of time commitment and basic level of training: With all active members the basic level of training is Firefighter 1 and Vehicle Extraction. If you do not have these certifications and wish to join please contact the membership email above about your interest. No previous experience is required to join. • In town active membership: members are required to respond to all emergencies from their home, responding to the firehouse and then responding on the fire apparatus. • Duty Crew active membership: members are required to respond to emergencies from in-station for 1 8-hour shift each week. • Live-in active membership: members live in the firehouse and respond to all emergencies while in station. Similar to duty crew membership but live-ins are required to be in station between 40-60 hours per week. • Associate membership: members support active firefighting members will administrative roles, fundraising, and special events. Commitment is to attend special events throughout the year. To inquire, please email your notification of interest to: phfd62.membership@gmail.com PLEASE INCLUDE IN EMAIL • Name • Date of Birth • Address • Phone Number • Preferred Email (if different from sending address)

No experience required. However, if applying for the live-in or duty crew program the minimal requirement is New Jersey State Firefighter 1 and Vehicle Extraction training. Emergency Medical Technician (EMT) is preferred.

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!

FireFighter, Cadet FireFighter, EMT

We have 2 Fire stations. First Battalion is in Barstow and 2nd Battalion in Carbon Cliff 3 Fire Engines 1 Pumper Tender 1 Ladder truck 1 Brush truck 1 UTV 1 Command Vehicle 1 Light Tower Examples of Duties that are performed: Responds to alarms and assists in the suppression of fires. Performs rescues, entry, ventilation, and salvage work. Operates equipment. Performs clean-up and helps prepare equipment and vehicles for future alarms. Assists in maintaining fire apparatus, equipment, and fire stations. Participates in continuing training and instruction programs Attends and participates in drills and training classes. Wears appropriate Personal Protective Equipment. Works within the Incident Command System Lifting, carrying, and/or dragging up to 100 lbs. Responds to Medical emergency's Responds to Vehicle accidents Responds to Wild land firefighting Responds to Hazmat incidents Responds to Water Rescues and Emergency's

FIREFIGHTER, EMT, 18 years of age High School diploma or equivalent (or in process) Valid Driver License. Live within a 10 mile radius of either station Ability to follow instructions and assignments from others Cadet FireFighter, 15 years of age Currently in High school Ability to follow instructions and assignments from others

Volunteers - firefighters and administrative

Spring Mill Fire Company No.1 is always looking for volunteers to help out our community. We are a combination department, but 95% volunteer. We not only need firefighters, but we also need administrative volunteers to help with fundraising and other committees within our company. We also have an underwater dive team that is always looking for volunteers as well. Please visit our website, www.springmillfire.com, or call the station at 610-825-1164.

Background Check & Child Abuse Clearance

Volunteer Firefighter / EMT

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

Must be a minimum of 18 years old and have a current driver's license. Potential firefighters must pass drug tests and background check. Minimum education of a high school diploma or an equivalency certificate. The application process for volunteer membership with the Cumberland Road Fire Department starts with you electronically completing the application. Visit our Website cumberlandroadfire.com and click on the Volunteer / Contacts page. Before you get started, you will need to upload the following documents: Criminal Background, and High School Diploma or GED. These documents will need to be uploaded at the bottom of the application. Once the application has been received it will be reviewed for consideration. At such time your application is accepted, you will be contacted with the next steps for becoming a volunteer with Cumberland Road Fire Department. Once a favorable background check is completed, you will be contacted by our training staff, and required to attended 3 of our Thursday night meeting/training sessions to acquaint yourself with our operation and standards. After completing the required meetings, you will be interviewed by members of the training staff, and advised of your membership status. All new volunteers receive a “probationary packet” which is designed to acquaint new members with our operation and the fire service. You will be given a time frame to complete the packet and will be tested to evaluate your knowledge, skills, and abilities.

Volunteer Firefighters and EMTs

Collettsville Fire and Rescue is currently seeking dedicated members to serve their community as Firefighters and/or EMTs. Interested individuals can contact the Fire Station.

H.S. Diploma or GED

Firefighter/MFR

Always accepting applications for paid on call Firefighters

Over 18 years old in good physical condition

Community Volunteers

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

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

Firefighter (Volunteer)

CVFD provides all of the training you need to become State Firemen’s & Fire Marshals’ Association (SFFMA) certified as a firefighter in Texas. CVFD hosts a recruit academy twice each year which starts from the ground up in both classroom and hands-on training. Individuals with prior firefighting experience may not have to attend the academy and will be handled on a case-by-case basis based on the individual’s knowledge, experience, and skill set. Becoming a first responder is truly a life changing decision. The experiences to be gained and the impact to be made is unparalleled in any other profession. Interested? Check out our FAQs page at www.communityvfd.org and then submit an Application! If you’re not entirely sure emergency services is the field for you, Contact Us or stop by any of our stations. We’d love to talk to you and tell you more about our department. To find out more about our department visit the About Us page. Benefits: Frequent access to CPR Training (AHA Health Care Provider Level) Excellent support for the department’s rescue and EMS elements Positive working relationship with area law enforcement agencies to better assure personal safety Department insurance will pay for medical expenses if you are injured in the line of duty Enjoy the excitement and personal satisfaction of being a part of an emergency services team. Get to do what others only see on TV!

18 Years of Age Legally Able to Work in the United States Successful completion of a physical agility test (PAT) Pass a Criminal Background Check and Drug Screening Complete CVFD's Fire Academy (Free of Charge) or have previous experience/certifications that meet the entrance requirements

Volunteer Firefighter

The Spring Creek Volunteer Fire Department (SCVFD) is looking for individuals who are interested in servicing their community by volunteering their time to become a Firefighter. If you have ever thought about becoming a Firefighter there is no better time than right now. The Spring Creek VFD is recruiting for those who can attend the upcoming firefighter training to become state certified Firefighter I. This certification allows you to participate in firefighting operations during a structure fire.

Interested individuals must be willing to participated in training activities and respond to emergency calls.

Firefighter or EMT

Are you ready to help your family, friends or neighbor? Come join us at Oak Ridge VFD to gain lifesaving knowledge and skills to do so. There are many things to do for anyone who is physically able to work at the station, on calls and throughout our community. Free training, modern equipment and new friends, plus many other benefits on being a member. Come join us today!

Be 19 years old, live in the Oak Ridge Community or close to the coverage area. Must have drivers license, pass a background check and drug screen. Anyone who can help is welcomed to apply, however we need people who can mentally and physically respond to calls and help out around the stations.

Firefighter

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

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

Volunteer Opportunities with the Malvern Fire Company

The Malvern Fire Company is always looking for new members. Becoming a member is as easy as stopping by the station to fill out an application. We are always looking for both active members and professional members. Below is a brief list of positions we are always looking for but these are not the only positions we need help with. If you think you have valuable services you can offer, please do not hesitate to call or stop by! Active Member Positions: Firefighter EMR / EMT / Paramedic / PHRN / Driver Driver/Operator/Engineer Fire Police Officer Professional Positions: Administrative Assistant Financial/Investment Advisor Insurance Consultant Engineer for Civil, Drainage and Architectural Projects Corporate Law Purchasing Agent Catering/Commercial Food Purchasing Fund Raiser organization and implementation If you are interested in becoming a member, or would just like to speak to someone, or get more information on what the Malvern Fire Company has to offer you, feel free to call us at 610-647-0693, or stop by the station anytime.

Members must be 16 years of age. No experience is necessary, all training is provided!

Tombstone Fire Halloween Trunk or Treat

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

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

FF/EMT Recruit

Vol at Needville Fire Dept. Needville, Texas

At Least 18 YOA Lots of spare time for training an responding to calls when available

Fire Fighter and fire support

Antioch Volunteer Fire Department covers the southwestern corner of Harris County, Georgia. Our response district covers 125 square miles including 11 miles of interstate and 18 miles of shore line. There are approximately 2,000 homes and 6 light industrial areas in the district. The department is 100 percent volunteer and operates out of 6 stations. The department currently holds an 4.0 ISO rating. The department answered 175 calls last year consisting of First Responder (EMS for additional help to county paid ambulance service) and fire. The Antioch Volunteer Fire needs you to serve in a fire fighter role or support role.

You must be 18 years of age, a US Citizen to become a member and live within Harris County. The Antioch Volunteer Fire department has its own fire fighter training program augmented by county, state and federal courses. It is possible to earn Fire Fighter 1 , Fire Fighter 2, and First Responder Medical through our training program.

Part-paid ("Volunteer") Firefighter

POSITION SUMMARY Under the supervision of the Fire Chief, the part-paid firefighter performs advanced firefighting work in preventing, combating, and extinguishing fires, responding to hazardous materials incidents and emergency calls which include special rescue situations such as vehicle and steep angle rescue. Work involves training for and participating in duties of protecting life and property through the performance of firefighting and emergency service activities. Part-paid firefighters are required to learn and participate in the operation of apparatus and the performance of hazardous tasks under emergency conditions which may require strenuous exertion under such handicaps as smoke, fire, heat and cramped surroundings. Participation in incidents, training, public relations events, and station upkeep in accordance with District policy is required to remain employed. Although firefighting and emergency services work constitutes the primary and most difficult and responsible area of work, the part-paid firefighter is also expected to attend weekly drill for 2 hours. These drills consist of practice sessions dealing with various aspects of firefighting, rescue, and hazardous materials awareness. 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.

STANDARDS FOR FIREFIGHTERS Candidates for the position of firefighter shall (ORC § 124.42; ORC § 124.43): Be at least 18 years of age. Pass a physical examination showing that the person meets the physical requirements necessary to perform the duties of a firefighter. Not have been disqualified due to criminal convictions as set forth in ORC § 737.081. RESIDENCY Must live within the Portage Fire District coverage area (the Village of Oak Harbor, Salem Twp., Benton Twp.) or within 10 miles of 240 W. Water St., Oak Harbor, Ohio, with written permission of the Fire Chief of your jurisdiction of residence. ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS Responds to alarms of fire or other emergencies in accordance with District procedures. After being certified: drives apparatus, operates fire pumps, and auxiliary equipment. 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, emergency medical treatment, and related subjects. Responds to calls for emergency services, prepared to perform life saving techniques and other onsite care of victims if required. 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 District apparatus, equipment, and station. Cleans and washes walls and floors. Washes, hangs, and dries hose. Washes, cleans, and polishes apparatus. This listing of “Examples of Work Performed” is intended to describe the principal functions of the part-paid firefighter. The listing of examples, however, shall not be construed as a complete listing of miscellaneous, incidental or substantively similar duties which may be assigned during the normal operation of the Fire District. MARGINAL FUNCTIONS Obey and comply with District policies and procedures Willingness to perform other duties as deemed necessary. EXPERIENCE No experience is required. Part-paid firefighters are expected to complete and pass an approved Firefighter I program within one year after joining the District. EDUCATION High School diploma or GED is required. Consideration may be given to applicants in their senior year of high school who can provide documentation that they are expected to graduate within one (1) year of hire. LICENSE/CERTIFICATION Must possess and maintain a valid Ohio Driver’s license. TECHNICAL SKILLS Once certified, have the ability to drive a large fire apparatus during both the day and night, using depth perception and peripheral vision in emergency situations involving speed in excess of posted limits, in congested traffic and in unsafe road conditions caused by factors such as fog, smoke, rain, ice, and snow. Once certified, have the ability to identify hazardous materials by code and color. SUPERVISION This employee is under the supervision of the Fire Chief and Company Officers of the District. PERSONAL RELATIONS In addition to regular contact with the general public and co-workers, employee must have the ability to communicate with a diverse range of people and deal with verbal and physical confrontations. WORKING CONDITIONS Ability to enter a building under adverse fire conditions which might include smoke, extreme heat, and no visibility, in full protective clothing, including air pack with face piece. Ability to search for fire victims (sometimes searching by feel only), while walking or crawling, and if victim is found, to drag or carry the victim to safety. Ability to perform firefighting and rescue duties while exposed to extreme cold and/or wet environmental elements. Ability to respond to an alarm, wake, and go from a sound sleep to full activity and exertion within a matter of minutes. Ability to hear and orally respond to verbal orders, calls for assistance, and radio communications, as well as the ability to hear, identify, and appropriately respond to various sounds in an environment of substantial background noises, such as sounds produced by structural collapses, back-drafts, breaking glass, fire, other firefighters, sirens, traffic, and victims. Ability to shout orders, warnings, and responses when necessary. Ability to understand and work under other adverse conditions which may include; hazardous chemicals and materials, electrical hazards, communicable diseases and biohazards, hazards associated with working in and near traffic, and natural and man-made disasters. PHYSICAL CONDITIONS Ability to carry a ladder weighing approximately 100 pounds, to raise and extend the ladder, to assist victims down ladders, and to carry fire hose and other heavy equipment up and down ladders and stairs. Ability to move and advance a charged hose line, weighing approximately 180 pounds into a burning building, while standing or crawling on the floor. Ability to hold a flowing hose line for long periods of time and to shut off a flowing line while maintaining control of the hose line. Ability to work in high, open places and confined spaces. Ability to operate a power saw in awkward positions, such as overhead cutting, cutting on a sloping roof, and cutting from a ladder, and cutting in zero visibility conditions. Ability to use a variety of tools to remove walls and ceilings, requiring pulling and pushing motions with arms extending overhead for long periods of time, or to force entry into a building. Ability to operate power extrication equipment to assist in patient removals from motor vehicles. The ability to lift and carry patients over rough or uneven terrain for considerable distances. Ability to bend, strain, stretch, contort, push, pull, twist, carry, walk with weight or lift to remove a victim from a motor vehicle and place the victim on a backboard or stretcher. Ability to complete firefighter and emergency rescue functions and tasks which are physically demanding over a period of time, without breaks, recovering quickly when given a short break. BACKGROUND INVESTIGATION Every candidate shall undergo a thorough background investigation to verify the candidate's personal integrity and high ethical standards, and to identify any past behavior that may be indicative of the candidate’s unsuitability to perform duties relevant to the operation of the Portage Fire District. DISQUALIFICATION GUIDELINES As a general rule, performance indicators and candidate information and records shall be evaluated by considering the candidate as a whole, and taking into consideration the following: Age at the time the behavior occurred Passage of time Patterns of past behavior Severity of behavior Probable consequences if past behavior is repeated or made public Likelihood of recurrence Relevance of past behavior to public safety employment Aggravating and mitigating factors Other relevant considerations A candidate’s qualifications will be assessed on a case-by-case basis, using a totality-of-the-circumstances framework. FACIAL HAIR POLICY Facial hair other than sideburns, mustaches, and eyebrows are not permitted to be worn by employees of the Portage Fire District. EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER Portage Fire District is an equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate in employment on the basis of race, color, religion, sex (including pregnancy and gender identity), national origin, political affiliation, sexual orientation, marital status, disability, genetic information, age, membership in an employee organization, retaliation, parental status, military service, or other non-merit factor.

Firefighter

Firefighters protect the lives of others when danger strikes. Traditionally, this is when a fire breaks out, but also includes many other types of emergency situations including vehicle accidents, confined space, rope, and water rescues. Firefighters are called first responders for a reason. Typically, they are the first to respond to an emergency. Because of that, firefighters must handle a broad range of emergency situations as well as the mass hysteria that blooms out of a severe accident.

Prospective firefighters must be at least 18 years of age and have a high school diploma. Prospective firefighters should fill out an application online or at the North Mankato City offices (1001 Belgrade Ave.). Prospective firefighters will take the entrance fire exam. The exam includes a written section, tests of physical fitness, a medical evaluation, and an interview with the officer group and trustees. Applicants with the highest scores will be scheduled for weeks of formal training. All new firefighters complete the NFPA 1001 fire program prior to starting their probationary period. This training is over 120 hours of classroom and hands-on training that cover everything from fire behavior, auto extrication, ladders, and suppression. After the initial training, firefighters on the North Mankato Fire Department train twice a month. Topics include CPR, HAZMAT, Driving, Search & Rescue, Building Construction, Pump Operations, and other topics.

Paid-On-Call Firefighter

Come join our team and we will train you to be a firefighter, so you can serve your community. All training is paid for by the department, including an hourly wage.

High school diploma or GED. 18 years of age or older. No misdemeanor or felony police record. Resident of the City or Town of Port Washington.

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.

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

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!

Paid-On-Call Firefighter

Paid-On-Call Firefighter for the City of Prior Lake Minnesota.

Firefighters are selected through a competitive application process. Applicants must be at least 18 years of age, possess a high school diploma or GED, have a valid driver license, reside within the Prior Lake Fire Department service area and live within a reasonable distance of Fire Station 1 or 2. All applicants must pass an interview process, a physical ability test, a criminal/DL background check, a pre-employment drug test, and an occupational physical. https://www.cityofpriorlake.com/government/jobs

Firefighter,Ems,Fire Police

All aspects of Fire service needed . All training provided

Resident of East Fishkill preferred but will consider ems who live close by. Age requirement minimum of 16. Physicals will be required

FF / EMT

Firefighter and / or EMT

We will train you.

Firefighter

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

Training will be provided

Fire Auxiliary

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

Requirements are varied based on project.

Volunteer EMT and Support Member

Volunteer EMTs and Emergency Vehicle Operators needed. PFVRS is the only all EMS station in Calvert County.

-24hrs per month -A love for the community -A love to help others -No experience necessary

Firefighter

We are always looking for volunteers! We provide the training, all we need from you is a desire to serve your community. We meet the first Thursday of the month at 8 pm. Please come out and meet the team and get more information on serving! If you do not get a response from your inquiry in a few days, please contact boycer@co.pasquotank.nc.us or derek.j.meier@outlook.com . Thank you for your interest in serving your community as a volunteer firefighter!

Come see us on the first Thursday of the month at 8 pm for an intro to the Department! The first 3 months you will be introduced to our equipment and policies and we will do a background check. You'll get quizzed on our equipment and then suited up and given a pager! To maintain active status, you must attend 60 hrs of training a year. Classes are offered via COA to help provide hours and excellent training! Even if you're not the suit up and go indoors type, come out and see where you can be effective! Many of our calls are motor vehicle or medical related.

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.

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

Firefighter/EMT

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

-Must maintain EMT License through the State of Washington. -Must attend required Continued Education Classes both online and in person as required by the county medical director and State of Washington DoH. - Must attend a minimum of ten percent or twenty hours of all drills / or training annually, -Respond to a minimum of ten percent of all calls or twenty-four calls annually; or ninety-six hours of standby time.

Volunteer Firefighter

Seeking candidates interested in serving a small suburban/ rural fire district as a volunteer firefighter. Experience is preferred, but not necessary. WILL PROVIDE TRAINING!

Must be at least 18 years of age with a Texas Valid Drivers License or Identification Card. Must be able to pass a Background Check.

Member

Join your local fire department! There is a job for everyone! We have weekly drills/practices every Monday (except the first Monday if it is the same week as the first Wednesday of that month). The first Wednesday of every month is our monthly meeting! Firefighting/EMS classes are paid for by the fire department if you are interested in going down one of those paths in your tenure. We have lots of fundraising events and we are like family to each other, it’s a brotherhood. There are jobs for everyone, whether you want to be just an EMT, or Fire Police, or the more traditional firefighting role. We are also happy to take people in that are just interested in helping out at our fundraisers and events whether you are interested in the firefighting/ems side or not. If you have any questions or want to apply message the fire department on Facebook or call us at 315-853-3117!

-Age of at least 16 (junior member) or 28(for full member in any capacity. -Clean arson background check

Firefighter/Medical Responder

Volunteer

Training is provided free of charge.

CERT Support member

Blandford Fire & Rescue is a group of professional volunteers who provide emergency services to the rural community of 1200 people and millions of travelers. We seek support personnel who can assist with Firefighter Rehab, traffic control, and disaster assistance to augment our current roster of firefighters and EMS responders. Additionally we have an opening for a volunteer who maybe interested in organizing and scanning departmental historical records and files. In Jan. of 2020 we will be starting a local CERT team more info on this program check out www.ready.gov/cert

Looking for persons in reasonable health with a drive to help out the helpers.

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.

Firefighter

Looking for individuals willing to put in the effort to serve the community. Driven to complete tasks put in extra effort to make sure things get done OCESD #2 is seeking motivated new members who are willing to serve our community. OCESD #2 provides in house firefighter training as well as pays for firefighters to attend fire training schools all over the state.

Work as a team 18yrs or older Self starter Willing to give 100% Requirements Live within the boundaries of OCESD #2, have a high school diploma, and be 18 years of age (16 years of age for Jr. Firefighter and currently enrolled in school)

FIREFIGHTER/EMTS

HELPING YOUR COMMUNITY BY BEING A VOLUNTEER FIREFIGHTER / EMT.THE MCDONALD VOLUNTEER FIRE DEPARTMENT ALSO PROVIDES EMERGENCY AMBULANCE SERVICE TO THE VILLAGE OF MCDONALD,OHIO.WE ALSO HOLD A 4 DAY FIREFIGHTER HOMECOMING FESTIVAL EVERY YEAR OVER THE FOURTH

MUST BE 18 YEARS OLD AND OUT OF HIGH SCHOOL TO BE A CERTIFIED FIREFIGHTER / EMT IN THE STATE OF OHIO.APPLICANTS MUST GO THROUGH INTERVIEW PROCESS,HAVE A BACKGROUND CHECK COMPLETED AND AS A DRUG FREE WORKPLACE HAVE PRE-EMPLOYMENT DRUG TEST.

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

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.

Volunteer Firefighter/EMT/Support Services/Tender Operators

ENTRY-LEVEL VOLUNTEER FIREFIGHTER AND FIREFIGHTER/EMT-B The fire district accepts applications for volunteer firefighters all year round. The district plans at least 1 fire academy a year for new volunteers or send our recruits to a regional fire academy. After the academy, our new volunteers attend the county EMT basic class to be certified as emergency medical technicians. Those who apply to the district with previous experience qualify for advanced entry. EMS ONLY POSITIONS Grays Harbor Fire District #2 recognizes that not everyone wants to be a firefighter and only wants to do the medical side of our trade. Those wanting to be EMT-B’s with the district will work side by side with our firefighter/paramedics learning how to provide prehospital care.

APPLICATION REQUIREMENTS Applicants must be at least 18 years of age Possess a valid Washington State driver's license. Possess a high school diploma or GED. Excellent Physical Condition. Pass written and physical examinations, oral interviews, criminal background, and driving record checks. Proof of COVID-19 Vaccination.

Firefighter and EMT's

Suddenly a storm breaks our unexpectedly in our area. Lightning causes a home to catch on fire, cars crash in the blinding rain, and people of all ages call for help. What would happen if no one answered the call? Who would respond to protect the lives and property of the community? Who would be there to help. Every day in our community, the Wright-Waldron Fire Department and Emergency Medical Services answers the call of our families and friends who are in need of assistance. From car crashes to heart attacks, structure fires to rescues, emergency responders are there to protect lives and property. Emergency responders are a special type of people, with many different reason for answering the call for help. Some like challenges and the adrenaline rush, while others like to sharpen their emergency skills and techniques. Regardless, everyone of them answers the call so that they can help someone in need. Today's emergency responders do far more than put out fire or bandage wounds. Emergency responders are the first line of defense in natural and man-made disasters. We respond to vehicle accidents, hazardous material incidents, and a cast array of emergency medical complaints. Becoming and emergency responder can be the most rewarding experience of your life, and allows you to reach out to someone in need. Our community is protected by dedicated and committed emergency service responders who do their jobs when called upon, even at three o'clock in the morning. Saving lives and protecting property is not an easy task. We do it willing and often without recognition. Won't you assist our community to ensure someone is there to answer the call for help.

Must complete and application and pass a criminal background check. Firefighter applicants must either be a certified Michigan Firefighter or be willing to successfully complete the training. EMS applicants must either be Michigan Licensed or be willing to become Michigan Licensed once their training is complete.

Volunteer Firefighter - Internship

Minooka Fire Protection District is seeking men and women interested in starting the exciting journey towards becoming a career firefighter. This is an excellent opportunity for highly motivated individuals, who are of good moral character, live an active lifestyle and are in good physical and health condition. Minooka Fire Protection District is a combination department of full-time, part-time, and volunteer firefighters. We respond to all levels of incidents, including advanced life support ambulance, specialized rescue and fire suppression, as well as conduct many community outreach programs such as inspection services, fire and life safety education and public safety awareness. Volunteer firefighters work side-by-side with on-duty firefighters, responding to calls, operating apparatus and providing fire suppression, rescue and life safety services, and training. The Fire District provides successful candidates with job training, education and certifications. Once the required training and education is completed the volunteer firefighter will respond to emergencies along side full-time and part-time firefighters. This is an excellent opportunity for men and women interested in becoming a career firefighter. Candidates who are dedicated and responsible in their service to the organization and community can result in a long and successful career in the fire service. If you are a resident of Minooka Fire Protection District, nearby Channahon, or Shorewood, contact us. Applicants who reside in Channahon and Shorewood will require our Fire District to gain approval from the Channahon and Troy Fire District to allow you serve as a volunteer firefighter in Minooka.

Minimum 18 years old, good physical condition, required to pass a medical physical and pass a physical agility evaluation; pass initial and random drug and alcohol screenings; no felony or serious misdemeanor conviction. Candidate must be committed to a schedule that requires a minimum of three hours of training per week at the fire station, which is necessary to complete orientation and fire academy which is held a couple of nights per week. Applicant is required to provide 3 letters of recommendation, one of which must be from an active service firefighter. Minooka Fire Protection District is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

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.

Paid Per Call Firefighter

* The compensation for this position is paid per call only. 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.

- At least 18 Years of age - Valid Wisconsin Drivers License - Willingness to help serve the community

Firefighter

We are actively recruiting for the following positions: Firefighter

Must be 18 years old Must be drug free

Volunteer Firefighter

We are currently looking for individuals seeking to provide a vital service to their community by becoming a firefighter. Signal Hill Fire Department has been protecting our community since 1945. Operating out of one station, we respond to a wide variety of calls. We offer education incentives for fire department related training, standard workers compensation insurance, and additional insurance coverages including a life insurance policy.

Be at least 18 years of have Have a valid Drivers License Be able to pass a background check Live within 1 1/2 miles of the Signal Hill Fire Protection District. Successfully pass NFPA 1582 medical and physical agility testing

EMT Reserve/ Intern

Mile High Rescue Squad EMT Reserves are the volunteer EMT and Paramedics that support the Mile High Rescue Squad Special Event Medical Services Program. Reserves are also key in mentoring our explorers in a career in Emergency Medical Services. Reserves also have the potential of being hired on to MHRS as a full time paid staff member with Mile High Rescue Squad. If you love to volunteer and give back to the community in a fulfilling matter please volunteer with us! We ask that you complete the required application and send back with the required documents to our corporate headquarters! We are always excited to welcome new people onto our team of hardworking and positive people! EMT Interns with Mile High Rescue Squad get real life hands on experience with the other first Responders with Mile High Rescue Squad in having a career in EMS. Our interns get real life hands on experience learning the basics to get their career off to a great start. Interns will learn things such as sick vs. not sick and much much more. Interns also get experience in using patient contact forms, communications, etc. Interns will focus on the importance of quick effective patient care, patient assessments, and decisions.

Requirements: ● Valid National Registry EMT or Paramedic Certification ● Valid State of Colorado EMT or Paramedic Certification ● Valid American Heart Association BLS CPR ● High School Diploma or GED ● Valid Colorado Driver’s License ● 38 Hours per Month ● Annual TB Test ● Annual Flu Shot Paramedic Requirements ONLY: ● Current American Heart Association ACLS Certification ● Current American Heart Association PALS Certification ● Current PHTLS Certification EMT Requirements ONLY: ● IV Certification ● EKG Certification or the ability to obtain with in 6 months of hire. Reimbursement upon successful certification. Intern Requirements ONLY: ● Current AHA BLS CPR ● Current NREMT at start of internship

Firefighter/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.

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.

Volunteer Firefighter

Tryon Fire Dept. is looking for motivated community members to join our team of volunteers! Tryon Fire is seeking individuals to donate some of their spare time to serve the community and Town of Tryon NC

No special requirements, just time and deication

Paid-per-Call Firefighter

Do you have a passion for preserving life and property while promoting public safety … then we have the position for you! The New Richmond Fire & Rescue Department is accepting applications for multiple paid-per-call firefighter positions. The department provides fire prevention, fire suppression, fire inspections, extraction and rescue operations. Applicants must be 18 years of age and have a valid Wisconsin Drivers License. Applicants must possess a high school diploma or GED equivalent. The full job description and instructions on how to apply can be found on the City’s website at www.newrichmondwi.gov

EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY POSITION: PAID-ON-CALL FIREFIGHTER GENERAL NATURE OF WORK: Protects life and property by performing firefighting, emergency aid, hazardous materials, and fire prevention duties. Maintains fire equipment, apparatus, and facilities. • 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 that may require strenuous exertion under such conditions as heat, smoke, and cramped surroundings. • Each firefighter hired shall be placed on probation and shall serve a (1) one-year probationary period, commencing on the date of hire (which may or may not be extended by member vote). ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS AND RESPONSIBILITIES: • Respond to fire calls and emergency incidents in accordance with department standards. • Attend department meetings, schooling, and training courses in accordance with department standards. • Complete written reports on fire scene activities. • Follow the proper departmental chain of command. • Function in high stress situations. • Use and apply extrication equipment upon receiving proper training to do so. • Drive, operate, and pump departmental apparatus upon receiving proper training to do so. • Assist in activities pertaining to the fire station duties, cleanup, and maintenance as ordered by the fire chief or other ranking officer. • Maintain all department issued equipment in good working condition. • Be knowledgeable in the areas of fire inspections, fire prevention, and building construction. • Perform duties and activities required by city codes and ordinances, state statutes, department policies and guidelines, and as directed by the chief or other officer of the department. • Promote good public relations and participate in public talks and related activities as directed. • Wear complete department uniform when instructed to do so by the chief or other ranking officer of the department. MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS, EDUCATION, AND EXPERIENCE: • Must have a valid Wisconsin driver's license. • Must be at least 18 years of age. • Must possess a high school diploma or GED equivalent. • Must be able to pass a department physical agility test during the hiring process. • Must be able to pass background investigation. • Must successfully complete Entry Level Firefighter Program and State Certified Firefighter I (including HAZMAT, Entry & Operational Level Program) within 12 months of hire. • The following must be completed in the first 24 months of hire. o Complete Emergency Medical Responder EMR and the National Registry Test. o Complete FEMA NIMS Program (ICS 100, ICS 200 ICS 700). o Complete Auto Extrication Technician Course. TOOLS & EQUIPMENT: • Emergency medical aid unit, fire apparatus, fire pumps, hoses, and other standard firefighting equipment, hazardous materials response equipment, ladders, first aid equipment, radio, pager, personal computer, phone, basic hand tools, and shop equipment. DATES OF INTEREST: • Application Deadline: Wednesday, April 21, 2021 • Family Orientation: Friday, April 23, 2021 at 6:00 PM • Review Applications/Set-Up Interviews: Friday, April 23, 2021 at 7:00PM &/ Monday April 26, 2021 (schedule interviews via phone Monday morning April 26th) • Interviews: Wednesday, April 28, 2021 and Thursday, April 29, 2021 starting at 5:00 PM • Review First Interviews and Discuss Agility Test Attendees: Thursday, April 29, 2021; after the final interview is conducted • Firefighter Agility's Test: Saturday, May 1, 2021 at 9:00 AM (Results Reviewed / Setup Second Interviews) • Notification of Second Interview: Monday, May 3, 2020 • Second Interview: Wednesday, May 5, 2021 and Thursday, May 6, 2021 starting at 6:00 PM (including Police & Fire participants if possible) • Ranking of Interviewees: Thursday, May 6, 2021; after the final interview is conducted by Hiring Committee • New Recruits Committee Decision of Probationary Members to Fire Membership (Meeting Night): Monday, May 10, 2021 • Notification to New Probationary Firefighters (after P&F Confirmation): May 11 - May 14, 2021 • New Recruit Start Date: Monday, May 24th, 2021 - Expected to Attend First Meeting Night at 6:00 PM (Get outfitted for gear, find a locker and get the lay of the land) • On-Boarding at City Offices: To Be Scheduled, Third/Fourth week of May • On-Boarding at NRF&R: To Be Scheduled, Third/Fourth week of May (to coincide with City on-boarding)

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...(WVFD Bylaws)

Volunteer Firefighter

We are seeking volunteer firefighters in the northern tip of Bedford County and southwestern area of Amherst County. We respond to car crashes, fires of all kinds, water rescues, ATV crashes, and lost/injured hikers on the Appalachian Trail.

Prospective members will need to be at least 16 years old, live within relative proximity of Big Island VA, and have or agree to obtain a minimum of Virginia Department of Fire Programs Firefighter 1.

Firefighter

Respond to residential, business and other structural fires. They work to suppress the fire using a number of means, including laying water lines, putting up ladders, creating necessary ventilation and entering the property, if necessary. Volunteer firefighters report to their station's captain or company officer to receive instructions. Volunteer firefighters may drive the fire trucks to the scene or drive their own vehicles. Volunteer firefighters also operate different firefighting apparatus, including hoses, ladders, axes and saws.

Be at least 16 years of age, 18 to be a full firefighter, willing to learn, attend training and meetings, follow orders of supervisory personnel and a want and desire to help your community.

Volunteer Firefighter

Volunteer Firefighters needed

Must be able to complete 64 hour basic firefighter course. Have not been convicted of a felony.

Firefighter

Cromwell Fire Department are looking for Volunteers to Join the Department

Must not have a felon Valid DL 18 Yrs old with in 30 min or less from the station Must be hard working and dedicated

EMT/EVOC

Louisa County Volunteer Rescue Squad is always looking to add to it's ranks and better serve our community. If you have a drive to serve your fellow citizens, then we would like to sit down and speak with you. No previous experience required as training is provided to members of our department. Interested persons may download an application at www.louisacountyrescue.org under the Support Us menu.

- Must be fingerprinted. - Submit to Criminal Record Check - Submit to DMV Record Check - Valid AHA CPR card, or obtain within 90-days of affiliation. - Must enroll in Emergency Vehicle Operator Course and/or EMT course within 1 year as available. - Must participate a minimum of 12-hours monthly.

Fire Fighter/EMT

Findlay Fire and Ambulance service is looking for new recruits to join our volunteer service located in the "Heart of Lake Shelbyville". At this time we are looking for EMT's and Firefighters to help staff our volunteer crew.

Must be 18 yrs of age to join and not currently in high school. High school diploma/Ged prefered. Will train canidates in house to work and play in the exciting and rewarding fire and ems services. Must live within 7 miles of district boundries or with

Volunteer firefighter

Come help out your community training provided

18 years old and valid driver's license

Volunteer Firefighter

Respond to various types of first response calls. Such as structure fires, motor vehicle accidents, nuisance alarms, hazardous materials incidents, Brush Fires, rubbish fires and mutual aid response to assist other agencies. Attend meetings and in House t

Be able to pass an NCIC background check and Drug Test. Have a clan motor vehicle record. Be of the age 16 or above. Be able to work in a team oriented atmosphere. Reside within a reasonable distance to our response area.

EMTs and EMS First Responders Needed

Garfield County Fire District 1 is in need of volunteer EMTs and EMS First Responders (EMRs). Ready for a challenge? Want to be part of team that is more like a family? Do you want to give back to the community? We could use your help! We are growing our ranks of EMTs and EMS First Responders. We are looking to add more EMTs and EMRs to our roster so that we can get more people on calls and have better coverage for the ambulances. Qualified volunteers cover the ambulance shifts Monday-Friday nights 7 pm - 7 am and on weekends. We also need people available to cover a second ambulance when the primary ambulance is committed to a call. All training is provided and you won’t be asked to do anything that you are not qualified to do. EMS First Responder and EMT training will be provided. EMS Training is held on the 4th Wednesday evening from 6 pm – 8 pm of each month. Late summer and early fall trainings are suspended during harvest. Emergency calls can last anywhere from 30 minutes to several hours. Ambulance shifts are 12 hours and you must be within a 5 minute response distance to the station when on shift. Shift sign ups are a month in advance and you get to pick which shifts you are willing to cover. All EMTs and EMR are asked to cover at least one 12 hour weekend shift each month. WOMAN ARE STRONGLY ENCOURAGED TO APPLY! Call or stop by the station and we’ll be happy to answer all your questions.

EMS training on the 4th Wednesday of each month, 6 pm - 8 pm. Valid driver’s license

Volunteer Firefighter

The Lowell Rural Fire Protection District serves 23 square mile area that includes the City of Lowell and rural communities of Fall Creak and Unity. The district boundaries surround Fall Creek Reservoir and includes the northern shoreline of Dexter Reservoir. The district provides structural and wildland fire suppression, EMS first response at the ALS level, vehicle extrication, water rescue, low to high angle rescue and HazMat first response. District personnel provide fire and EMS safety public education programs for all ages and provides fire and life safety commercial inspection and plans review.

Volunteer Firefighter - Resident of the Lowell Fire District Interested in fighting fire and responding to community emergencies. Willing to contribute time and energy to community through district activities. Must attend initial firefighter training and attend 75% of weekly district training sessions . Initial firefighter training is 4 to 6 consectutive weekends, to include HazMat and Wildland training. Must be able to operate as a member of a team. Must successfully complete entrence physical ability evaluation, interview and chief's interview, must have clean driving record, must submit to criminal background check and fit for duty medical exam by district physician. Volunteer EMS Responder - Resident of Lowell Fire District Interested in responding to medical emergencies in the capacity of EMT. Must be Oregon Certified EMT-First Responder, EMT-B, EMT-I or EMT-P. Must successfully complete entrance evaluation, must have clean driving record, must submit to criminal background check and fit for duty medical exam by district physician. Maintain all training requirements for weekly drill attendance . Volunteer Intern Firefighter/EMT - Non-resident of Lowell Fire District Must satisfy all requirements of Volunteer Firefighter or EMS Responder except residency. Must complete required training. Must staff duty shift of 8 hours per week, week days and 48 hours per month weekend duty. Resident Volunteer Firefighter/EMT Must satisfy all requirements of Volunteer Firefighter. Must be enrolled in qualified EMS or Fire Science Degree program through accredited college. Must maintain station quarters as primary place of residence. Must staff duty shift of at least 12 hours per week and 96 hours per month weekend duty.

Firefighter / EMT

Entry level firefighter position responding to structure fires, wildland fires, medical calls, motor vehicle accidents and various other incidents as needed by in Bryan County for Fire District 10. Lakewood is a 100% volunteer station.

Training will be provided by in-house instructors and other agencies within the state. Online NIMS classes are required within 60 days of hire date.

Firefighter

Active firefighters are directly involved in the suppression of fires and the mitigation of other types of emergency incidents under the direction of Company Officers and the Fire Chiefs. Participation as a fire and rescue volunteer involves strenuous physical activities which require strength and endurance. Firefighting and emergency medical response remain some of the most dangerous occupations in the United States. As a fire and rescue volunteer candidates will face a number of challenging situations and will be expected to be able to perform their duty under highly stressful and physically demanding conditions that include: Regularly wearing personal protective equipment weighing up to 75 lbs. for long periods Working in hot and smoky environments Working with hand tools, power equipment and hoses for long periods Climbing stairs and ladders Exposure to inclement weather for long periods Regularly lifting weight up to 150 lbs

Membership Categories: Active – Active members perform interior or exterior firefighting duties, act as apparatus chauffeurs, and conduct all other fire related activities. Associate – Associate members are responsible for the administrative operations of our departments. Their responsibility is to serve on committees, hold corporate offices, etc. Membership Qualifications: Active: Must be age 18 or over (active member), 16 to 18 (junior member) In good health and physically able to perform firefighting duties Legally authorized to reside and work in the United States No felony convictions, (misdemeanor convictions are considered on a case by case basis) Associate: Must be age 18 or over Legally authorized to reside and work in the United States No felony convictions (misdemeanor convictions are considered on a case by case basis) Membership Requirements: Active Member: Completion of the Volunteer Firefighter Recruit program Completion of State of Connecticut Firefighter 1 and EMS certification training Participation in the minimum number of required drills, monthly meetings and department activities Associate Member: Attendance at the minimum number of required monthly meetings Participation in all other required department functions and activities Serve on at least one committee

Volunteer FireFighter

Pioneer Hose is looking for you!!! Come join us and our proud members to serve your your community!!!

18yrs old, must live within Brick Township District #1

Firefighter

Be a part of something special, Helping your community while being part of an elite group, As a member of the Ullin Fire/Rescue Department you will get all the training you need to become a state certified Firefighter, the only cost to you is your time. The Ullin Fire/Rescue Department consists of 2 fire stations in Ullin. Serving Ullin, Wetaug, & Perks IL. The department has a wide variety of specialized equipment and well equipped trained members. The district is equipped for most emergencies that may arise with 3 engines, 1 tender with 1,000 gallons of water, 2 brush trucks, 1 rescue truck, 1 UTV with 200 gallons of water, and 25 firefighters. We owe the residents of our community the highest quality of service possible, characterized by responsiveness, integrity and professionalism. We will continually strive for quality improvement.

*You must be 15+ years of age. (JR Firefighter) *You must be 18+ years of age. (Firefighter) *Physically fit to perform firefighting duties. *Must pass a criminal & driving background check. *Valid IL. drivers license. *Must have respect for others. *Work well with others in a family environment. *No Drugs. *Good work ethic. Willing to learn, train, and serve the community. No experience necessary. All training will be provided.

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

Firefighter

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

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

Firefighter

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

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

Firefighter/ and or Ems

Volunteer fire department that also has paid on call EMS. We run a average of 125 calls a year. EMS run average 450 a year

We can pay for some training for the right people. Anyone who lives in the dupo school district

Firefighter

Assists in Suppression of fires, rescue and lifesaving operations; responds to emergency medical calls and renders first aid; handles fire streams and other fire service equipment in suppression of fires; performs daily maintenance of stations, quarters, apparatus and equipment; makes required equipment checks; assists in putting apparatus and equipment back in readiness for other emergencies; attends scheduled mandatory training drills; performs other duties as assigned. The Wilton Fire Protection District will provide a per shift monetary stipend.

1. Fire Acadey Completion Or California State Fire Marshal Firefighter I Certificate. 2. Attended and successfully completed an approved Firefighter Academy. 3. California Emergency Medical Technician-Basic. 4. Willing to work a minimum of one(1) twenty four(24) hour shift per week. 5. Attend mandatory full Department monthly training. 6. Have the ability to follow directions. 7. Must be in Good health. 8. Minimum of eighteen(18) years of age. 9. Maintain a current CPAT card. 10. Valid California Drivers License.

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.

South Windsor Fire Department

Do you have what it takes to become a member of the South Windsor Volunteer Fire Department? The SWFD is always recruiting new members and has a spot for you! We are seeking new members who have 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 motivated members who have the newest apparatus, quality training 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 and there is no cost to you! 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, please contact for more information.

Firefighter/EMT

The Garden Homes Fire Protection District is one of the last 100% volunteer fire departments left in Cook County. We are charged with providing Fire and EMS services for the Garden Homes community, as well as the towns of Merrionette Park and Robbins through automatic aid agreements, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, and 365 days a year. If you want to challenge yourself, learn new skills, make life-long friends, and serve people in need; Gardens Homes is the place for you. We have many different options for volunteering. If you want to learn more, please feel free to stop by the firehouse any Tuesday evening between 7:00 - 9:00 PM. If you have any questions, regarding volunteering please email Deputy Chief Brad Golomb at golombb@ghfpd.org.

Some general guidelines for individuals interested in being active Firefighter/EMTs are: 18 years of age or older; No Felony Convictions; Pass a background check and drug screening; Have valid CPAT card dated within one (1) year of application submission date; Live within 12 miles of the fire station; and, Obtain Illinois Basic Firefighter Operations and Emergency Medical Technician - Basic Certification.

Firefighter

At LaGrange Fire and Rescue we are a volunteer department that is supplemented by part time personnel. The men and women of the fire department are comprised of people from all walks of life who strive to provide a professional service to the communities they live and work in. With only a small time commitment of less than 5 hours per week average, you could become a firefighter at LaGrange Fire and Rescue. Responding to calls for service such as field fires, structure fires, EMS assists, auto accidents, hazardous material incidents, confined space and rope rescues, and water rescues all using state of the art equipment. From recruit school to weekly trainings, you will develop bonds that will last a lifetime. Social functions held throughout the year such as cookouts, sports events and parties will bring you and your family to the firehouse and extend to include your new brothers and sisters in the fire service.

All training provided Personal Protective equipment provided Volunteers are reimbursed for Training and Responses

Paid On Call Firefighters

Do you work at home? Are you around during the day? Then we would like to talk to you! The Hugo Fire department is looking to hire day-time available firefighters!

Live within a 6 minute response time to the Hugo Fire Station Able to complete fire department sponsored training within 2 years of hire available during the day to respond to calls for service

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

Firefighters and EMT's

Lexington Fire Department is actively looking for new volunteer Firefighters and Emergency Medical Technicians (EMT's) to provide services to our citizens and visitors. With an annual call volume of nearly 3000 calls per years there is plenty of opportunities to learn and grow. Come be a part of a fast paced combination department utilizing career and volunteers working side by side to meet the needs of our community. Enjoy top notch equipment and facilities and the bonds of brotherhood that only a family like ours can have.

No experience necessary. Come try out our "Ride-Along" program to see if being a volunteer fire and rescue member is right for you. All training costs, equipment, and uniforms are provided. All you must have is the physical ability, dedication to training, and desire to serve your neighbors and friends. Members must have a physical examination by their doctor and a background investigation by the state police along with a completed application. All paperwork is available at the Lexington Fire Department at 708 South Main Street in Lexington Virginia. Stop by the station today and get a tour and pick up an application.

Wilderness Search and Rescue Volunteers Needed

Southeast Pennsylvania Search and Rescue, a voluntary organization serving Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Delaware, Maryland 8480 Limekiln Pike, Apt. 914 Wyncote, PA19095 business phone: 215-576-1641 fax: 215-576-1897 ilichten1@verizon.net www.sepasar.net PLEASE POST VOLUNTEERS NEEDED Southeast Pennsylvania Search and Rescue (SEPASAR), a non-profit, voluntary organization, serving the 9 county region seeks additional volunteers. In return for your service you will receive: • Emergency responder status as a Special Operations Responder 1. Special license plates for your vehicle 2. Exemptions from fuel rationing if imposed 3. Essential person status when roads are closed to others • Training at reduced or no cost to you • CEU’s for EMT, RN, PA, Other Pre-Hospital Care Training • All expenses tax deductible • Liability insurance, theft insurance • Statutory protection from harassment of you, your search horse, or search dog • Weekly e-news • Group activities and projects SEPASAR is a Pennsylvania non-profit corporation recognized as a rescue squad by the Commonwealth and determined to be a public charity by the IRS (501(c)(3). For more information contact SEPASAR at www.sepasar.net or ilichten1@verizon.net, or 215-576-1641. Donations welcomed.

Over 18 to deploy; reasonably healthy for outdoors walking, riding, disabled accommodated; High School Diploma/ GED; training available for first aid, EMT-B, fire rescue skills, man tracking, ICS

Volunteer firefighter or EMT

We are looking for energetic volunteers help protect our community.

Physically and mentally fit. We will provide training in the Northern Kentucky Fire Recruit Class free of charge. We will also pay for you to attend Emergency Medical Technician class.

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

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

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

Career and Volunteer EMT's, EMR's and New Recruits

Wind Gap Ambulance Corps. is located in Northampton County PA and provides basic life support services to Northampton and Monroe Counties. At the time we currently operate one BLS truck 24/7 providing emergent and non-emergent services. Career staff serves 7 days a week from 0600-1800 hours. We are currently seeking PA certified EMT's and EMR's for overnight volunteer/incentive shifts. Shifts are flexible 7 days a week, 1800-0600 hours. If you are not currently a certified provider, we will make arrangements for those who are interested to become one Currently filling part time positions 24-36 hours a week. Competitive wages, bonuses, continuing education, a brand new station with a friendly work environment. Wind Gap Ambulance is continuously seeking more career and volunteer staff in an effort to expand the organization. If you are interested, please contact us to submit an application or a resume.

PA Certified EMT or EMR NIMS/ICS 100,200,700,800 Hazmat Awareness PA BLS Protocol Update Current CPR/AED Certification Emergency Vehicle Driver Training Course Valid Drivers License Clean background check. Any additional EMS, hazmat, firefighting, rescue and incident command training is a plus.

Volunteer - Support

Currently accepting volunteers who are 18 years of age or older who are interested in helping our community and our volunteer organization. Your previous experience is welcomed, but no fire or emergency services experience is necessary.

Applicants must complete and submit the Department's application package (found on our website at www.baldhillsfire.org) and pass a background check.

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

First Responders (Medical)

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

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

Junior Fire Brigade (High School Students)

If you have an interest in becoming an Junior Fire Brigade member, the Gaithersburg - Washington Grove Volunteer Fire Department has what you are looking for. Apply today at www.gwgvfd.org

Applicants must be under 18 years of age, a junior or below and have a strong desire to serve in a busy, physically demanding and fast paced emergency service. Requirements & Commitment include: Background Check, Orientation & Training

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 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

Under the supervision of the Fire Chief, the Volunteer Firefighter performs firefighting work in preventing, combating, and extinguishing fires, responding to hazardous materials incidents and emergency calls which include special rescue situations such as vehicle and steep angle rescue. Work involves training for and participating in duties of protecting life and property through the performance of firefighting and emergency service activities. Volunteer Firefighters are required to learn and participate in the operation of apparatus and the performance of hazardous tasks under emergency conditions which may require strenuous exertion under such handicaps as smoke, fire, heat and cramped surroundings. Participation in 30% of department calls for service in a calendar year is required to remain an active Fire Department member. 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.

-High School Diploma -21 Years of Age

Firefighters needed

Medium sized volunteer dept in NW Florida panhandle looking for volunteer Firefighters either certified or willing to become certified.

Pass a fire physical, valid DL and be willing to become certified in the State of Florida.

Firefighter

We are in need of volunteers for our fire department. It doesn't matter what your ability is at this point, we have a place for you. Not only do we need help with firefighting but also with behind the scenes work with our auxiliary division.

None. We will provide all of the training you need.

Firefighter, EMT, Fundraising, or Department Support

If you want to help your community, then join with us in that cause. We need you if you live in the area.

Training provided.

Volunteer Firefighters Wanted

Dewey Fire Company is a 100% volunteer fire and rescue company serving Hellertown and surrounding areas, answering almost 400 calls per year. We welcome new members who want to make a difference in their community. We need volunteers in all areas, including administrative, financial, trades, and especially fire and rescue. No experience is required to become a firefighter, and all of your training and equipment are provided at no cost to you. All you have to bring is the drive to serve. Dewey Fire Company welcomes anyone with a desire to serve, regardless of religion, national or ethnic origin, race, color, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, pregnancy, age, marital or domestic partnership status, veteran status, or disability. https://deweyfireco.org/join-the-fire-department/

If you are aged 14 to 17 years, you are eligible to join our Junior Firefighter program. You will train alongside other firefighters and respond to calls for service with only a few restrictions. Anyone aged 18 and up is eligible to be a full Interior Firefighter. Once you complete the introductory Firefighter 1 course of training (again, at no cost to you), you'll be ready to join in a broad range of fire and rescue service.

Firefighter/EMT

Ray Township Fire Department is looking to hire paid on call firefighters and EMT'S

If you are a Firefighter or an EMT we have a spot for you. If you are interested in becoming a fire fighter please contact us for information regarding employment opportunities

Volunteer Firefighter

The Cuero Volunteer Fire Department is looking for men and women that are looking to serve their community as a volunteer firefighter. Volunteer firefighters respond to all types of emergencies within the City of Cuero and DeWitt County, Texas. These calls consist of grass/brush fires, structure fires, motor vehicle accidents, oil field related fires, public assistance, etc. A certification is not required, but it is strongly encouraged you work towards your certification. Training is paid for. There are no set hours. When the pager goes off alerting you of an emergency, you respond.

18 years of age No felonies Live in DeWitt County, preferably the 275/277 phone exchange area A passion to help people in a time of need. A willingness to put others needs ahead of yours. A drive to put in the work. Healthy attitude. Availability to respond nights, daytime, weekends whenever called upon

Firefighter

Earle Fire is a volunteer fire department. Earle Fire proudly protects a community with a population of around 2,500 city square miles around 3.25 and Crittenden County of around 60+ Square Miles. Our mission is to protect and save lives, property, and the environment from the adverse effects of fires, illness, accidents, natural disasters, and many other hazards. We are always looking for people to volunteer.

Possess High School Diploma or GED. Possess a valid Driver’s license with a clean driving record. Must be 18 years of age, pass a drug screen, and background check. All members are expected to follow and meet the policy on annual training requirements.

Paid on call Firefighter

The City of Newport is seeking quality people who want to be a positive role model for their community. The fire department is now accepting applications for paid on call firefighters. Newport Fire provides fire and rescue services for the citizens of Newport. All training is provided and generally occurs on Tuesday nights. Retirement benefit with +10 years of service. Applications are available in person at city Hall, or online at www.ci.newport.mn.us/employment.php.

- No previous experience required - Applicants must be a minimum of 18 years of age with a valid Minnesota driver's license - Live in the City of Newport or within 5 minutes of the city limits - Pass a law enforcement background check - Pass a physical fitness examination by a medical agency approved by the Newport Fire Department

Fire, EMS or fundraising!

Millerstown fire and EMS needs your help!! Whether you want to be a firefighter or an EMT, or even direct traffic in our fire police division...WE NEED YOUR HELP!

All training will be provided!!

Volunteer Firefighter

The Saint John Fire Department is seeking motivated individuals to join our ranks as a Volunteer Firefighter. No prior experience is required; all training will be provided. It does not matter if you're a recent high-school graduate looking to start your career in the fire service, or a seasoned workforce professional looking to give back to our community; there's a place for you at the SJFD. <br> <b><a href="https://stjohnin.gov/Residents/Forms/Fire_Department_Employment_Application_Form.pdf" target="_blank">APPLY NOW!</b></a> <br> <b><u>Fire Academy Training</b></u> Both veteran EMS/fire personnel and individuals new to the fire service are encouraged to consider giving back to the community of Saint John. For those without prior experience, your career in the fire service will start as a Probationary Firefighter while you attend the <a href="https://www.district1firetraining.com/" target="_blank">IFTS District One Fire Academy</a>. The academy meets on Thursday nights and Saturdays for six months, and is conveniently located in Saint John. Upon completion of the academy - and the acquisition of requisite state certifications - you will be inducted as a full member, and active Firefighter, of the Saint John Fire Department. After obtaining the rank of Firefighter, members are encouraged to continue their education in both fire and EMS disciplines as they so choose. <br> <b><u>Free College Tuition</b></u> The educational opportunities don't stop with the Fire Academy, however. The Indiana Volunteer Firefighters Association has partnered with both <a href="https://www.ivytech.edu/32579.html" target="_blank">Ivy Tech Community College</a> and <a href="https://go.purdueglobal.edu/els/ivfa/" target="_blank">Purdue Global</a> to offer scholarships and reduced tuition for active volunteer firefighters. <b> Simply put, becoming a volunteer member of the St. John Fire Department will allow you the opportunity to earn a college degree at little to no cost.</b> <br><center><p><a href="https://go.purdueglobal.edu/els/ivfa/" target="_blank"><img src="https://www.purdue.edu/uns/images/2018/purdueglobal-logoLO.jpg" height="75"></a><a href="https://www.ivytech.edu/32579.html" target="_blank"><img src="https://www.ivytech.edu/images/IVY_HZ_4CW-fullsize.jpg" height="75"></a></p></center> <br> <b><u>About the SJFD</b></u> The Saint John Fire Department is a well-trained, highly motivated team of public servants. Each member represents the "best there is" regarding aggressive, disciplined, competent personnel. The members have, for many years, been recognized throughout the community for their energy and commitment to those in need. The members have built and shared a tradition of quality and excellence with every citizen in Saint John and the surrounding area. The Saint John Fire Department also enjoys a solid working relationship with the neighboring fire departments that offer and receive mutual aid when needed. <br> The Saint John Fire Department stays ready and prepared to answer the call of public safety every minute of every day. There is no greater challenge to face. The rewards can be found with the successful results of that challenge. <br> <b>Applications for membership can be found <a href="https://stjohnin.gov/Residents/Forms/Fire_Department_Employment_Application_Form.pdf" target="_blank">here</a>, or by contacting the department via the links on this page.</b>

<span>•</span>Applicants must reside within the fire protection area of the Saint John Fire Department <br> <span>•</span>Applicants must be at least 18 years old <br> <span>•</span>Applicants must successfully pass a medical, vision, hearing, and psychological evaluation before hire <br> <span>•</span>Applicants must successfully pass the SJFD's physical ability test before hire

seeking new volunteers

THE OWINGS MILLS VOLUNTEER FIRE COMPANY IS ALWAYS LOOKING FOR HARDWORKING AND DEDICATED INDIVIDUALS TO JOIN OUR ORGANIZATION. OVER THE PAST SEVERAL YEARS OUR STATION HAS BEEN THE BUSIEST VOLUNTEER FIRE COMPANY WITHIN BALTIMORE COUNTY. OUR DISTRICT IS SLATED AS A PLANNED GROWTH DEVELOPMENT AREA AND WE NEED TO CONTINUOUSLY INCREASE OUR MEMBERSHIP TO GROW WITH IT. IF YOU FEEL THAT YOU WANT TO HELP OUR COMMUNITY BY PROTECTING PROPERTY AND SAVING LIVES THEN OUR ORGANIZATION COULD BE FOR YOU. There are several types of membership: Emergency Medical Services (EMS) Fire Associate EMS and Fire members are professionally trained in their respective fields and will work alongside their career company counterparts. Associate Members are non-emergency personnel that assist the company with fund raising and administrative responsibilities. All applicants must be at least 16 years of age.

Membership Requirements ACTIVE FIRE OR EMS a. Minimum of 16 duty hours per month x 12 months = 192 hrs b. Minimum of 30 fundraising hrs per year c. Obtain Firefighter 1 (apx 108 hrs) or EMT-B (apx 131 hrs) within one year probationary period d. Complete three (3) FEMA Incident Command System online courses, CPR and Blood Borne Pathogens within 90 days e. Attend three company meetings (2nd and 4th Monday of each month at 8pm) within 90 days and six meetings within one year f. Applicants must be at least 16 years old ASSOCIATE MEMBERS a. Minimum of 10 duty hours per month x 12 months = 120 hrs b. Minimum of 30 fundraising hours per year c. Associate Members are not permitted to take any training classes or ride the apparatus d. Attend three company meetings (2nd and 4th Monday of each month at 8pm) within 90 days and six meetings within one year e. Applicants must be at least 16 years old

Firefighter, EMT Basic and Rescue Tech

Volunteer meetings are every Monday night at 7 pm unless its a holiday. The station is open Monday thru Friday from 8-5pm Its all volunteer after 5pm every evening and all weekend. Members carry pagers and app for cellular phone

Just a desire to help your community and a willingness to learn new skills. We do a lot of inhouse type of training and there are classes you can take for free

Volunteer Department Support Officer

Provide assistance to the Fire Chief in departmental administrative tasks

No Felony convictions or disqualifying criminal histories within the past seven years Must pass a drug test Ability to read and write the English language Have office computer skills, work. xl. ect Able to work flexible hours

Firefighter

We are in need of people wanting to get involved! Volunteering is one of the best things someone can do for their community. With the Bell County Volunteer Fire Department you will be a part of the brotherhood that serves their community with integrity and distinction. Don't worry, there is no firefighting experience required to become a firefighter. The Bell County Volunteer Fire Department hosts training sessions twice a week both hands on and classroom. Apply Today!!!

You must be a U.S. Citizen. Must be at least 18 years of age, unless applying for the Junior Firefighter Program (ages 13-17). Must complete a background check. Must have drivers license and at least liability auto insurance (state requirement).

Firefighter

To provide fire protection to Buchanan Township residents and businesses. Buchanan Township Fire/Rescue is a volunteer department made up with an elite group of individuals working together to serve our community and surrounding communities when we are called. We meet 2 times a months.. the 2nd & 4th Sunday’s of the month for business meetings & truck checks and training. We have 2 community fundraising fish fry’s a year. We hold picnics for dept. members & immediate family members, once a Qtr we have a firefighter dinner at the station. We host a firefighter food drive for our local food bank. And many more events. We provide the training and equipment.

No experience necessary we will provide the training. Must be able to attend the county fire academy which currently meets 1 time a month but is subject to change Must be 18 years old unless enrolled in the high school course. Must have a valid Drivers license. Must be able to pass the state of Michigan practical & written exam. Must give consent to a background check.

Firefighter

Entry/non-entry position, recruit who is willing to give back to their community by volunteering in the fire service.

Willing to serve. No experience needing, all training is provided.

Firefighter, EMT, Engineer

We are looking for Firefighters, EMT's and Engineer's (driver/operator) for a growing Volunteer fire department.

Be 18 yrs old ( to be a firefighter) 21 yrs old ( to be a driver/operator) good physical shape and willing to learn. We will pay for all your training. We meet every Thursday night 6 pm to 10 pm. We meet more when classes are be conducted. You need to be ready to train and committed to helping the community and helping people in their time of need.

Volunteer Firefighter, Emergency Medical Technician, Department Support Personnel

At Rockwell Rural Fire Department we are in search of highly motivated volunteers to help serve our community when its citizens need us the most. We offer training and facilities to educate and promote certified as well as qualified persons to help give emergency and service needs to our community. At Rockwell Rural Fire Department we average over 1,000 emergency/calls to service annually and participate and host numerous community events throughout the year. Rockwell Rural Fire Department operates as a combination/volunteer fire department out of two stations throughout the 30 mile square district covering approximately 9,000 residence. There are many functions inside of the department in which volunteers can participate and assist with making our mission accomplished. No matter your age, abilities or fears, there is a place with us that you can make a difference.

Must have/be: *At least 16 years of age (Jr. Membership ages 16-18) *Valid NC drivers license and current driving record *Good criminal history report (No previous/current felonies) *High School Diploma or G.E.D. (Not needed for Jr. Membership) *No illegal drug use, willing to submit to drug testing *Receptive to interaction with public community events *Willing and able to obtain fire/rescue/medical training and certifications (Firefighter Certification = 344 hours, Rescue Tech = 168 hours, Emergency Medical Technician = 200 hours)

Members Wanted!

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

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

Volunteer Firefighters

If you would like a rewarding way to contribute to your community, you can start the process of becoming a volunteer firefighter by completing the information to the right and pressing the submit button. Someone will contact you to tell you the next steps. What do you get from being a Volunteer Firefighter with Spring Fire Department? - To make lifelong friends and become part of the Fire Service Brotherhood/Sisterhood - Comprehensive Firefighting Training - Ability to staff on a fire truck up to (90) 12 hour shifts per year with compensation What does Spring Fire Department get form You? - A trained individual that will work side by side full-time, part-time and volunteer personnel assisting citizens in our community and surrounding communities - An individual that staffs no less than (4) 12 hour shift per month for In-district members and (5) 12 hour shifts per month for Out-district members, to ensure a rapid response to emergency scenes

Volunteers must live within the Spring Fire Department/Harris County ESD #7 territory. A map of our territory can be found at https://springfd.com/page/coverage-area Applicant Process: - Complete the application process with Spring Fire Department Candidate Firefighter Process (Required for All Successful Applicants): - Attends Spring Fire Department Orientation (4-hour class) - Obtain AHA Health Care Provider CPR - Complete Boater Safety Course - Attends Candidate Academy (5 weeks, 1 night per week) - Complete NFPA 1500 Blood Borne Pathogens Safety - Complete Sexual Harassment Awareness - Complete Workplace Diversity - Complete NIMS 100, 200, 700, 703, 800 Recruit (All Non-Certified Candidates): - Complete Courage to be Safe - Attend Spring Fire Department Recruit School (17 weeks, 1 night per week) - Obtain State Firefighters’ & Fire Marshalls’ Association Firefighter 1 Certification Cadet (All SFFMA, TCFP or IFSAC Certified Firefighter Candidates): - Complete Spring Fire Department Phase Testing Program (8 months)

Firefighters, Drivers, Medical Responders, Rescue,

Gibson County Volunteer Fire Department needs Firefighters, Drivers, Medical Responders and Rescue personal for all our stations.

Must be 18 years old. Must have a valid TN drivers License. Must be able to pass a back ground check.

Firefighter

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

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

volunteers needed for firefighter, fire police, water rescue, truck drivers, fund raisers, support and administrative positions

The LVFC is excited to invite you to be part of the continued evolution of the Leechburg Volunteer Fire Company. We are a 100% volunteer organization that has been serving Leechburg for 131 years. The LVFC has been staffed over the years by dedicated men and women who are integral part of the community. The LVFC welcomes you to be part of the transition age as the community re-gentrification takes hold with millennials taking the place of baby boomers and baby boomers moving into the roles held by the greatest generation. The community of Leechburg is evolving with an increasing number of younger residents with growing families moving into town and we want you to be part of the community. The members of the LVFC recognize and welcome the changing demographic and new faces to our community. We as an organization are making commitments to the community to embrace continuing change to provide the town with trained and well equipped emergency responders. The role of the volunteer fire fighter in the community is multi faceted as such we need members with multiple different skill sets to assist with administrative and business management of the non profit corporation which governs the LVFC and is also responsible for providing the financial resources for the needs of the fire fighting side of the organization. The LVFC is committed to community partnerships with the local municipality, school district, neighboring fire companies and other local community service groups as shown by our joint efforts in emergency response, community events, educational initiatives and fund raising for the LVFC and other community groups. Not only does being a member of the LVFC enable you to be a part of a community service organization it also permits you to save you and your neighbors hundreds thousands of dollars per year of tax dollars as the cost of a borough funded paid department would be in excess of $950, 000.00 per year according to numbers provided by NVFC. The Leechburg Volunteer Fire Company is committed to the future of the community and we want you to be a part of it and are tailoring our programs to meet the needs and of the growing and changing population and its ability to be a community volunteer. The LVFC has also partnered with the borough for tax credits for volunteers as well as having started an internal tuition reimbursement program for members. There are also national and state level initiatives currently in the developmental stages for volunteer firefighters

new members must reside with in 5 miles of Leechburg Borough to be a regular member must be 18 years of age and to junior member must be 14 years of age.

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

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. 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.

Recruit Requirements:  Must be at least 18 years of age. (16 for Cadet Program) Must reside in or border the Magnet Cove FD service area.  Must submit a Magnet Cove Fire Fighter application to an officer.  Must submit to a current background check.

FIREFIGHTER - EMS RESPONDER - FIRE POLICE - SOCIAL (FUNDRAISING/DEPARTMENT SUPPORT)

Have you ever thought about becoming a volunteer fire fighter, ems responder or Support Member? Whatever your interests, abilities or available time...we have been waiting for YOU! It is our community volunteers who make us who we are. Normal everyday people who just want to answer the call to help someone in their time of need. Not interested in Emergency Community Service? No problem! There are also social member / support volunteer opportunities that are as equally important to insure our continuing ability to serve the community. Please contact us for more information on joining the Union Township Volunteer Fire Department, or stop by the fire station any Thursday evening. Take that first step in becoming the neighbor that your neighbors can't live without!

No experience necessary. Criminal History PA Driving History PA Child Abuse Clearance We do take 16 and 17 year olds for participation in our Junior program. They are required to get a work permit from the school.

Firefighter/EMT/Support

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

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

Firefighters/EMT's

Volunteer in your community as a Firefighter or as a NC EMT. Volunteer firefighters respond to residential, business and other structural fires as well as other emergency situations, such as car accidents and natural disasters. Volunteer EMT's respond to medical calls, car accidents, natural disasters, and structure fires to provide emergency medical care to their community.

Clean criminal background. Valid Drivers License. Residence within community. Time to commit for training and volunteering.

Firefighter / Engine Driver

We are looking for experienced firefighters that are ready to serve the community. As a firefighter in Woodlawn, you will gain great experience while responding to emergency calls with a great team. If you have a license to drive fire apparatus, then you can help get the team to the scene. Of course you will have to meet current NFPA standards, but we can help with that. If interested, visit our site and click "JOIN" www.WoodlawnVFC.org

Must have a current structural Firefighter I certification or higher Must have a diploma from a recognized high school or a general education development certificate recognized by the Board of Education of Maryland. Must be 18 years of age. Must possess a valid driver’s license equivalent to a noncommercial class C Maryland driver’s license Must be able to pass a medical examination. Must be of good moral character and emotionally stable, as determined by a background investigation, and periodic drug testing.

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.

Firefighter and/or Associate Member

Provide critical emergency services to the citizens and visitors of Sterling, VA. We answer more than 3000 emergency calls each year in the Sterling area covered by our three fire stations. There are high expectations of performance for all members. As a volunteer with SVFC, you will be provided with all the training you need to function at the highest capacity, whether you volunteer as an operational firefighter or associate member.

Willingness to serve your community!! We will provide the training, at no cost to our volunteers. Prior experience and certifications a plus!!!

Fire Police Officers

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

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

Volunteer Firefighter, Emergency Medical Responder

Jasper Fire Protection District covers approximately 120 square miles which includes the city of Jasper and surround rural area in northern Jasper County and Southern Barton County. The District runs approximately 250 calls a year. This includes structure fires, wildland fires, vehicle fires, medical calls, Motor vehicle collisions, water rescues, search and rescue, and haz-mat calls.

Must have a valid driver's license. Junior firefighters may join the District at age 16 with written consent from parents. No previous experience needed. Training will be provided through the fire district and there will be opportunities to attend certification classes such as Firefighter I and II and EMT along with additional certifications as classes are scheduled.

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

Firefighter and/OR EMT

Volunteer firefighters learn to put out fires, perform search and rescue of people in danger, and function as part of a team in Emergency Response EMT performs basic first aid to sick and injured people of the community

Age 18, High school diploma or GED, Drug free, Clean background check, Must live in the Paint Township area

Volunteer Firefighter

Responding to calls when available, Training, and making meetings once a month.

No requirements to start with! We will train you and set you up for training. If already a certified at least 1152 please leave that in the application!

Firefighter

We are looking for new members

all training will be provided

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

Volunteer

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

No experience necessary!

Volunteer

Molalla Fire is looking for someone that wants to support and help their community, someone who is driven and has a desire to learn. Whether you want to follow a path to become a professional career firefighter or a professional volunteer firefighter, we can help with both!! No experience needed. We will train you. We offer both EMS only positions and Firefighter/EMS. Come in and talk to us, the rest is up to you!

Must be 18 years of age. 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 FF I and FF II Certifications through an accredited program or the Molalla Fire District academy. Complete and pass a Physical Agility Test (PAT). Pass a physical exam, background and DMV check. Maintain the minimum monthly requirements for your assigned position

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

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

Volunteer Firefighters Needed in North Syracuse, NY

Today's fire and rescue service is one of the most diverse and challenging vocations. Most fire departments within the United States are staffed and operated by Volunteers. If you're an action oriented person who has the motivation to achieve excellence, then the North Syracuse Fire Department is where you should be. Through knowledge and hands on training, our firefighters obtain the skills necessary to respond to emergencies safely. We provide a teamwork environment that successfully achieves great rewards by helping others. We are 100% Volunteer with many benefits. Help us lead the way by getting involved. Join the North Syracuse Fire Department by calling 315-458-1920 or visiting our website at www.northsyracusefire.com

You must have a valid drivers license You must be at least 18 years of age to apply. Be a high school graduate (or GED). You must be physically, intellectually and emotionally capable of performing your duties. You must reside or work full time within the fire protection district.

Paid On Call Firefighters

The City of Bryan Fire Department is accepting applications for Paid on Call Firefighters. No previous experience is necessary. Department provides all training.

Be at least 18 years of age have a high school diploma or GED have a valid Ohio driver's license have State of Ohio minimum vehicle insurance Have no felony convictions Live within 3 miles of the fire station Pass a reading comprehension evaluation

Firefighter or EMT

Dinwiddie County Fire & EMS is responsible for the delivery of fire services, emergency medical services, and the emergency / disaster management program for Dinwiddie County. The division uses a combination of career personnel and more than 200 volunteers to deliver these services. Fire services are provided from six fire stations that are located throughout the county. Services delivered include fire suppression, hazardous materials response, rescue services, fire prevention, code enforcement and public education. Emergency Medical Services (EMS) are provided from four of the county’s six fire stations. EMS provides first response and transport services at the basic and advanced life support levels.

Ages 16 and over. Must complete criminal history check per Virginia Code §32.1-111.5. and drug screen. Under age 18 must have parental /guardian consent. Certification as Emergency Medical Technician or NFPA Fire fighter Level I, within first 24 months of membership. (training provided free of charge)

Fire fighter/member

We are in need of both fire fighters and members to help at the department.

16 yrs old or older

firefighter

The Hainesville Volunteer Fire department is seeking volunteers for all positions within the department. Everything from front line firefighters to support staff are needed.

Must be able to pass background check, no felonies. Willing to support and follow policy and procedures. Residency within the district are not a must as we can provide some living quarters.

Volunteer Firefighters, EMT's and support personnel

A storm breaks out unexpectedly in Upper Merion Township. Lightning causes a home to catch fire. Cars crash in the blinding rain. People of all ages call for help! What would happen if no one answered the call? Who would respond to protect the lives and property of the community? Who would be there to help? Everyday, in every community, emergency responders answer the call of our families, friends and neighbors who are in need of assistance. From car accidents to heart attacks, from house fires to technical rescues, emergency responders are there to protect lives and property. Emergency responders are a special type of people, with many different reasons for answering the call of duty. Some like the challenges and the adrenaline rush, while others like to sharpen their emergency skills and techniques. Every one of them answers the call so that they can help someone in need. Today’s emergency responders do far more than put out fires or bandage wounds. Emergency responders are the first line of defense in natural and man-made disasters. They respond to vehicle accidents, hazardous materials incidents, specialized rescue situations and a vast array of emergency medical complaints. The Upper Merion Township Fire and Rescue Services is seeking volunteers to join their volunteer companies to serve our community. The municipality is served by three all volunteer companies (Swedeland, Swedesburg and King of Prussia) and a combination (volunteer and paid) emergency medical squad. If you or someone you know is interested in becoming a volunteer member of the fire department or ambulance squad, please contact us. Volunteers are always needed for firefighting, emergency medical & other administrative assistance. Below is a sampling of the benefits provided to the volunteers: • Team Concept • Strengthen Personal Values • Increase Self Esteem • Camaraderie • Creates Lifelong Friendships • Self Fulfillment • Networking • Free Training • Pension Program • Company Incentives • Access to On-line College Education with Discount Tuition • Life Insurance • Educational Scholarships • Years of Service Recognition Program • Free Uniforms and personnel Protective Clothing • Company Banquets & Awards There are many more incentives that are offered by each agency.

1. No prior fire or emergency medical training required. Training will be provided Free of Charge. 2. Must be 15 years of age to be a Junior Firefighter. 3. Must be 18 years of age to be Active Firefighter or Emergency Medical Responder. 4. Attendance to Monthly training and company meetings. 5. Must become State Certified Firefighter I within 2 years to become an Active Firefighter. 6. Must attend Basic Fire Police Training to become a Fire Patrolman.

Firefighter/Department Support

We are an all volunteer organization located in the village of Gap. Our apparatus includes a 2017 E-One Pumper, a 2002 E-One Ladder Truck, and a 2010 Pierce Rescue Pumper with hydraulic rescue tools. We normally average between 270-300 calls for service each year and our training and meeting nights are held on Monday evenings. Please visit our website or Facebook page for more info on volunteering or stop by our station on any Monday evening. Thanks for your interest!

Willingness to learn and help out in our community. Training opportunities and classes will be provided at no cost to you.

Volunteer Firefighter

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

Must be at least 18 years of age and able to perform strenuous activities. Applicants must pass physical exam and back ground check. Must obtain 1152 Fundamentals of Firefighting course (105 hours) through the South Carolina Fire Academy within one year (based on course availability). Also must obtain required driver training and license to operate a fire apparatus within one year.

New Members Welcome!

The Tinton Falls Fire Company No. 1 welcomes new members. No experience needed, we provide training. Great opportunity to serve the community in a meaningful way.

No experience needed, we provide training.

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

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.

Volunteer Fire Fighter

The WHVFD is a group of individuals dedicated to the preservation of life and property to the best of abilities without expectation of personal gain. It shall attempt to provide aid to any individual or agency so long as it does not endanger the white hall community. It shall be a department that the community can be proud of and will not promote any action that will dishonor the community in which it serves.

-Membership with the WHVFD shall be by application to the executive committee. -Only persons eighteen (18) years of age or older shall be accepted for membership. -Residency Requirement: You must reside in Madison County, Clark County, Fayette County, or Jessamine County KY. -Anyone who has been convicted of one (1) class a misdemeanor or a felony shall not be accepted for membership. -Applicants for the position of firefighter should have reasonable physical fitness to be able to perform the necessary activities required in normal firefighting operations, -All applicants shall be subject to a criminal background check by the executive committee. -Members shall go thru a three month application process, and will be voted on during their third business meeting. Upon acceptance, applicants shall be deemed a probationary member for no less than six (6) months. -Probationary firefighters shall be familiar with the by-laws and the rules & regulations of the WHVFD while receiving a minimum of twenty (20) hours of approved fire training. Until such time probationary firefighters shall be restricted in firefighting duties.

Recruitment

Recruitment Event at UNH freshman orientation

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Firefighter

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

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

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

You must successfully pass the Ohio basic volunteer firefighter course. You must be an active FD member, respond to calls, attend Associations functions, training, meetings, and special events. Satisfactorily complete a probationary period. Abide by and support the Bylaws and Constitution of the CIVFD Association. Abide by all FD rules and the departments chain of command Department pays for all training and education needs. Station is also a pay per call and in house training. Applicants can also be an EMT but not required.

Minimum 18 years of age. Have a valid drivers license. Have no felony convictions per BCI and FBI background checks. Pass a third party physical exam. Have a high school diploma or GED.

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.

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”.

Firefighter / New recruit

Seeking volunteer firefighters - male, female, junior (16 - 17 year old) No experience Necessary

None - All training provided

Interested in a medical profession? We offer training to help you get started.

We are in need of volunteers to serve our community. If you have an interest in the medical field, we have an opportunity for you. We are in need of additional Emergency Medical Responders. We offer free EMS training and certification. This is an excellent way to enter a medical profession. You can give it a try without spending money on classes.

18 years of age. Alabama driver's license. Clean background check and drug screen.

Volunteer Firefighter

The City of Bastrop Fire Department is looking for dedicated men or women to serve the community by being a volunteer firefighter. We are looking for personnel who have a desire to serve and are willing to give of their time to help the community and the visitors to our city. The Bastrop Fire Department is a combination department responsible for providing fire protection services to over 9,000 residents in the 9 square miles of the City limits. The department has 2 fire stations that run an average of 1200 calls annually. Bastrop Fire Department promotes fire prevention and education, responds to fire, medical, and rescue calls. The full-time members supplement the 15 plus volunteer members who serve our community day and night. We will provide the opportunity for training and certifications for this adventure.

Be at least 18 years of age Have a valid Drivers License, with no major violations An acceptable criminal history Be in good physical health and able to carry heavy objects Be willing to obtain a CPR/AED/First Aid certification Act in a professional manner at all times Abide by department and city policies Be willing to get up in the middle of the night to help ANYONE

Firefighter/EMT

Protects life and property by performing fire fighting, emergency aid, hazardous materials, and fire prevention duties. Maintains fire equipment, apparatus, and facilities. Firefighters/EMS providers have the responsibility for the protection of life and property from the hazards of fire or other hazardous environments. Must be able to work under the close supervision of a Lieutenant. May be assigned to report to a Sergeant. ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND LIMITED EMERGENCY RESPONSE DUTIES AS TRAINING PERMITS: - Performs firefighting activities including, laying hose, and performing fire combat, containment and extinguishment tasks if trained for this task. - Performs emergency aid activities including administering first aid and providing other assistance as required if trained for this task. - Performs salvage operations such as throwing salvage covers, sweeping water, and removing debris if trained for this task. - Responds to fire alarms and extinguishes or controls fires as a member of a team under the supervision of an officer if trained for this task. - Selects, drags, lifts and carries hose and nozzle depending on the type of fire, and correctly applies a stream of water or chemicals onto the fire if trained for this task. - Positions and climbs ladders to gain access to upper levels of buildings or assist individuals from burning structure if trained for this task. - Creates openings in buildings for ventilation or entrance using appropriate and available manual and power tools if trained for this task. - Protects property from smoke and water damage using positive pressure ventilation, salvage covers, smoke ejectors, and deodorants if trained for this task. - Wears appropriate protective clothing and equipment, including self-contained breathing apparatus if trained for this task. - Able to communicate with two-way communications systems if trained for this task. STAFF DUTIES: At direction of the Chief staff or Lieutenant; - Participates in fire drills, attends classes in firefighting, emergency medical, hazardous materials, and related subjects. - Attends regular and assigned training sessions to maintain and upgrade firefighting skills. - Participates in the inspection of buildings, hydrants, and other structures in fire prevention programs if trained for this task. - Maintains fire equipment, apparatus and facilities if trained for this task. - Performs minor repairs to departmental equipment if trained for this task. - 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 if trained for this task. - Presents programs to the community on safety and fire prevention topics if trained for this task.

SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS: - Must be eighteen (18) years of age or older at time of hire; - Must reside within Miami Township or city, village or township not served by a volunteer fire-rescue department; - Must possess, or be able to obtain by time of hire, a valid state driver's license without record of suspension or revocation in any state; - No felony convictions or disqualifying criminal histories within the past seven years; - Ability to read and write the English language; and - Ability to meet Departmental physical standards. EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE: - Graduation from high school or GED equivalent with no specialized training. - No specific work experience level required. - Certification as a volunteer firefighter/EMT Basic must be obtained within one (1) year of appointment. Miami Township Fire-Rescue can assist with obtaining certification(s). NECESSARY KNOWLEDGE SKILLS AND ABILITIES: - Working knowledge of driver safety; working knowledge of first aid; - 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;

Pintlala Volunteer Fire Department

Pintlala Volunteer Fire Department is currently looking for firefighters, EMTs, Fundraising, Community Education, Department Support members, and Junior Firefighters. This is on Volunteer Basis with possibility to grow as a firefighter, and to learn what Volunteer Fire Departments do. All are welcome to Join! Training Meetings are on Tuesdays at 6:30 P.M. at PVFD station 1 located at 272 Federal Road Hope Hull, AL 36043, we hope to see you there. Feel free to contact Chief Hudson or Assistant Chief Bowden Chief Hudson (334) 462-2150 or Shudson@pintlalafire.com Assistant Chief Bowden (334) 651-2637 or Bbowden@pintlalafire.com

Volunteer Fire Fighters and EMTs: 1. Must be 18 years old to become a volunteer member 2.Attend regular Training meetings 3. Be willing to learn 4. Participate at Training Meetings 5. Abilities to Answer Calls Junior Fire Fighters: 1. 16-18 2. Have Parent/guardian permission 3. Attend regular training meetings 4. Be willing to learn and Participate

Fire Fighter / Medical First Responder

We are seeking a qualified candidate who is willing to get their state-certified Fire Fighter and Medical First Responder training. The fire training consists of 240 hours of classroom and practical application training and the medical training consist of 90 days. All training is paid for by the department including mileage to get to these classes. Once the medical training is completed there is an opportunity for on-call station duty at $18.00 an hour up to 30 hours a week.

Applicants need to be in good health capable of lifting, bending, and carrying gear up to 60 pounds. You must have a solid driving record and no felony convictions. Must be 18 years of age by the final day of the state testing.

Volunteer Firefighter

The Harris County Emergency Services District #48 (“HCESD #48” or the “District”) is seeking individuals to serve as Volunteer Firefighters. Volunteers are not required to have past firefighting experience.

The Volunteer Firefighter, when available, will be invited to sign-up for one to three (1-3) twelve-hour shifts per week. Volunteers can sign-up for station shifts upon their availability. The Volunteer Firefighter can be engaged in response to fire and accident scenes, public education programs, pre-fire planning, fire station and fire apparatus maintenance. When available, the Volunteer Firefighter may also volunteer to attend Public Relation events, Monday evening trainings, and other opportunities. Requirements to be eligible to volunteer: ⦁ Possess a valid Class C or greater Texas driver’s license with an acceptable driving record. ⦁ Ability to follow verbal and written instructions. ⦁ Ability to communicate effectively orally and in writing. ⦁ Ability to establish and maintain effective relationships with fellow volunteers, District employees, other agencies, and the general public; serve as a team member. ⦁ Serve under the general supervision of a District officer or officer-in-charge. ⦁ Pass an entrance medical examination provided by the District. ⦁ Pass a drug and/or alcohol test provided by the District. ⦁ Pass a department physical ability test. ⦁ High school diploma or GED. Application packets can be requested by sending an email to Fire Chief Jeffrey S. Hevey at jhevey@hcesd-48.org or in person at Fire Station #3, 1773 Westgreen Blvd, Katy, Texas 77450. Applications can be submitted to the Fire Chief no more than 30 days after the application was issued. The Department provides two Cadet training classes each year. The first one starts in January and the second class starts in September. Volunteer applicants shall complete and submit the District Application and Disclosure form to the office of the Fire Chief. Attn: Asst. Chief Glen Trahan Harris County Emergency Services District #48 PO Box 71 Barker, Texas 77413-0071 281-578-2518 Glen.Trahan@hcesd48.org

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.

Firefighter

Seeking volunteer firefighter providing first response to emergencies in the Shelburne Fire District in MA. We provide fire, rescue and emergency medical first response to our citizens. Added opportunities in public fire safety education, incident support, and EMT/EMS care exist based on interest, abilities and certifications. Annual participation stipend available.

Adult (18+) and Junior (14-17) positions available. Must have a valid drivers license. Must live or work in the Town of Shelburne, or close enough to offer a timely and safe response to emergency calls. Attendance at minimum of twelve (12) training events of the many offered each year.

Firefighter

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

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

Firefighter/EMT

Respond to fire and emergency scene in rural areas. Use fire suppression techniques learned in training classes

18 years old or older (Required for insurance) Willing to respond 24/7 Attend regular training classes held each week

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.

Volunteer Firefighter, First Responder,

District 3 FD is looking for people over the age of 18 to join their local volunteer FD. We have 5 community FD--Graphic, Turner, Chester, Locke and Mountainburg. We respond to medical, grass fires, house fires, vehicle wrecks, search and rescue calls.

Willing to help your community Must be at least 18 years of age Have a high school Diploma or GED Have a Valid Driver's License Have NO Felony Convictions or Misdemeanors Must be able to preform strenuous duties Must be Self-Motivated and Eager to Learn No Previous Experience Necessary Fire Department Provides All Training

Firefighter

Volunteer firefighters account for almost 70% of the nation's firefighters. Volunteer firefighters respond to the same calls for service, use the same equipment and have the same training as paid firefighters, but due to economic reasons, volunteer their time and talent to the community in which they live to protect and defend their hometown from natural and manmade disasters. The Village of Jemez Springs currently has 18 full time firefighters, and we are always looking to add dedicated men and women who want to make a difference in their community.

Membership shall be open to all persons, of good character, regardless of race, sex or national origin, who reside or work within the Village of Jemez Springs, or who reside in other communities but within twenty (20) road miles of the Village limits. Applicants must be able and willing to answer alarms and attend meetings and training sessions of the department. Applicants for Firefighter/EMT must submit to an examination relative to their physical fitness to perform duties of a Firefighter/EMT to be paid for by the Department.

Firefighter

Probationary Firefighter: Under direction of a Firefighter, Lieutenant, Captain, or Chief, provides direct services, individually and as a member of a team in response to fire, rescue, hazmat and other incidents. The Firefighter Probationary has not completed required firefighter coursework and may not be permitted to participate in interior structural firefighting activities. Firefighter: Under direction of an officer provides direct services, individually and as a member of a team in response to fire, rescue, EMS and other incidents. The Firefighter has completed Entry Level Firefighter courses. A Firefighter may be placed in charge of a single fire crew. If going into burning buildings isn’t something you want to try, we still have room for you. The CVFD also has a dedicated Rehab unit that responds to structure fires. These folks are regular department members, but there is no firefighting duty. They attend trainings and operate alongside of the firefighters, filling a valuable role on the fire ground getting the crews ready to go back into action. We also have a need in our Support Group. Members help out behind the scenes on non-operational activities like fundraising, such as our weekly BINGO games, annual dinners, preparing our annual fundraising letter and a lot more. Fundraising is the cornerstone of our Support Group. The folks that help us out with these tasks are a big asset to us and the community. Even if you can only help the Support Group a couple of days a month, we are happy to have you. There are no training or attendance requirements for Support.

Any person of good moral character residing within 7 miles of the Colington Fire District, who has reached his/her eighteenth birthday and who is seriously willing to devote the time required to regularly participate in the activities of the department, is eligible to join the department. Applicant must possess a valid driver’s license. Applicants also must possess a high school diploma or equivalent (GED), or be enrolled in school. The main reason to join the department is to participate in training and respond to calls, ultimately helping those in need. Honestly, fighting fires isn’t for everybody, but we truly have a need for able-bodied folks. Firefighters must be able to do the tasks related to firefighting and that work is strenuous at times, including wearing breathing apparatus.

Firefighter

The Green Township Fire Department began serving the local community in 1947. 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 Green'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 Green Township Fire Department!

Members must reside in Green, Frelinghuysen or a surrounding community. We have many different types of membership (Fire Police, Junior Firefighters & Full Firefighters). The two main category requirements are as follows: Junior Firefighter: must be between the ages of 16-18 and have a sponsor. Full Firefighter: must be at least 18 years old. Must be in good physical health and can pass a doctor provided physical as well as a background check. For Full Firefighters, you will be required to attend the Fire Academy and become certified as a NJ State Firefighter within your first year of being a firefighter. You can request more information by emailing the "Membership Committee" at chief@greentownshipfire.com.

Fire Department Support

A position that helps the department in anyway. Usually helps with Fundraising Events, Holiday Events and more.

Age of 18 or Above No Criminal Record Dependable Truthful

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

Help the Ewing Community with Rescue water and motor vehicles, and fire prevention and firefighting in your community

Live in Ewing Township We will train you the rest of the way no cost!

Volunteer Weekend EMT

Lapel Stony Creek Twp Fire Territory is looking for qualified individuals that would love to be apart of a growing community and fire department. We are looking for individuals that would be interested in volunteering 24 hours per month on the weekends.

Valid drivers license Pass criminal background check High school diploma or equivalent Certified EMT Exceptions may be made if not certified*

Volunteers welcome!

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

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

Volunteer Firefighter/Medic, volunteer administration

Valdez Fire Department will be conducting a Firefighter Academy starting in March 2016. Classes will continue until June 15, 2016 when you will be tested for IFSAC certifications. We have instructors in the department that will be teaching you the skills to enter a burning building and extinguish flames. Valdez is a beautiful community nestled in front of the Port of Valdez and up against the Mountain side. Fishing is great and the water is cold... We average just over 300 inches of snow annually. Population of just under 4,000 people.

Volunteering is a great way to give back to the residents or visitors in our community. You will need to be able to attend the classes and skills stations. We usually have classes Monday and Wednesday evening at the station and then on Saturday we take you to the training ground to perform the skills you just finished learning in the class room. Live burns will teach you how a fire acts and how weather can assist the fires spread fast. Your physical ability will be tested by wearing the turnouts (35 lbs) and Self Contained Breathing Apparatus (another 35 lbs) and climbing the three story tower. If that is not enough you will then be pulling up hoses to use to extinguish the fires from the third floor. You will be able to drag Rescue Andy (180 lbs) a minimum 75 feet after your use the sledge hammer to move a steel beam seven feet, Hopefully I have not scared you off.

Volunteer At Aumsville Rural Fire District

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

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

Member

The Athens Volunteer Fire Dept. Auxiliary is in need of members to support fundraising and ceremonial events for the community and fire department. The money raised by this organization is used for an annual scholarship for a high school graduate, provides $500 cash immediately for a victim of a home fire burnout, buys new or replacement equipment for the fire department, supports training efforts of the Branch Calhoun Fire Fighters Assoc., and supports other community activities & events. Examples of the fundraising events are pancake & sausage breakfast, chicken BBQ, elephant ears, spaghetti dinner, & other food sale events.

Must pay a one time membership fee of $1 and be 18 yo.

Firefighter / Emergency Medical Responder / Support

We are looking for motivated individuals that want to give back and serve their community. We find that most people don't even know they can volunteer at their local fire department. Depending on your capabilities there is a broad range of tasks that we can always use assistance with. Maybe firefighting isn't your thing.. then we can get you certified to respond to medical calls within the community, or you can serve as a support role for our active fire fighters, bringing us water and relief when we are on extended calls. There are so many opportunities to serve within our fire department, and the training you will receive is rewarding and very useful even in your day to day life. The opportunity is out there for men or women. We would love to see you at our next meeting. We meet every Tuesday at 7:00pm. Meetings usually last an hour unless we are training. Anyone interested in joining is welcome.

Valid Drivers License Lives within 10 miles of the station

Firefighter/Jr. Firefighters

Volunteer opportunities for firefighters and Jr firefighters. No experience necessary. Prior military encouraged. Berryvillefire@gmail.com 903-539-2051

No experience necessary, but if you have prior relevant experience you are strongly encouraged to apply

Volunteer Firefighter

Looking for motivated individuals willing to serve their community! Training and opportunities for professional certifications are available and free of charge! Many different roles available within the department: Drivers *Interior firefighters - with certifications *Exterior firefighters - with certifications On-scene support and rehab Public outreach

Must be 18 years of age Must reside in Natchitoches Parish Good driving record Must be able to attend training 2x monthly

Volunteer Firefighter/EMT/Paramedic

Looking for a challenging and rewarding way to serve your community? Scioto Valley Fire District is looking to hire personnel for the position of paid—per-call firefighters, EMTs, and paramedics. The department is rich in history but progressive in our response and tactics. We have the latest in training and equipment to serve our community. This paid-per-call position responds to alarms or requests for service, acts in emergencies such as storms, medical emergencies, extinguishing fires, and performs service work as directed. We do offer part-time staffing and our volunteer members are eligible to work shifts after completion of training. Expectations: Upon completion of training, some minimum expectations of members include: • Respond to all calls for service when the member is available • Attending scheduled training events, normally held the 1st and 3rd Thursday of the month 7-9 pm • Assist in public events where the department is present - fireworks, parades, etc. • Continue to seek personal improvement through continued training opportunities • Above all, uphold the values, traditions, and brotherhood of the fire service Compensation • Department will provide all training needed for employment. • All equipment and uniforms are provided • Starting wage is the minimum wage for no certifications with an increase for certifications

High School graduate, at a minimum Possess driver’s license Pass a criminal background check Pass an oral interview Pass a medical/physical examination, including drug tests Live within a 10-mile radius of our station.

Looking for Emt's or volunteers who want to become EMT'S

Three mile fire is seeking Paramedic's, EMT'S, first responder's. Or firefighters 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 Thursday of the month 19:00 1064 three mile creek Rd Stevensville

Make regular trainings Have a positive attitude Clean driving record

VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITIES WITH ROSE TREE FIRE COMPANY

Rose Tree Fire Company is a 100% volunteer organization and we are always looking for people who are willing to help. If you live in the Upper Providence area and are interested in joining, please contact us to learn more. We will provide all of the necessary training and equipment at no cost to you. All you need is a desire to help your neighbors and sense of community pride. There are many areas where you can get involved: Junior Firefighter (16 -17 yrs old), Active Firefighters (18 +), Administrative, Fundraising, Fire Prevention and Safety Education, Ladies Auxiliary, Specialized skills – Do you like to take pictures? Are you great at product design or marketing? Do you love to cook? All volunteers are appreciated for their unique skills, abilities and time commitment. So how do I join? Stop by the station during our weekly training sessions that are held every Tuesday evening at 7:00pm. We will be happy to show you around and explain what’s involved. You can also email us for more information. We’ll be waiting for you!

Members must be 14 years of age. No experience is necessary, all training is provided!

Volunteer Firefighter

Volunteer Firefighters give back to their community by responding to numerous emergency calls such as structure fires, brush fires, motor vehicle accidents, CPR assists, rescue calls, aircraft landing zone requests, and many more. Firefighters have the opportunity train in innovative tactics with some of the best fire service leaders in the country. Certification education is available at no cost to volunteer firefighters.

Must reside within immediate response area of the Arnaudville Volunteer Fire Department Must be willing and able to respond to a minimum of 10% of emergency calls received in a given calendar year. Must be willing and able to meet annual minimum training requirements set forth by the department. Must be willing and able to attend the annual recruit academy OR obtain certification at the Fire Fighter 1 level. No experience required.

firefighters

Total Volunteer Department , We train every Thursday for 2 hours , will try to help you achieve your 150 hours in 2 years , The Department is rural in the mountains we fight a lot of wild land fires and few structure and car fires , We have 4 trucks one station . The department averages around 70 runs a year . SEE OUR FACE BOOK PAGE AT RED LICK FIRE DEPT .

Have no Felony's , and show up

Firefighter, Driver, Support, medical 1st responder.

Cassie is currently looking for individuals who wants to be part of the community and give back to the community. We currently have openings for the follow: Structural Firefighters Wildland Firefighters medical 1st Responders Driver/Operators Support personnel We can find a job for anyone willing to be apart of our organization!

18 years or older, Willing to learning something new, Current Drivers license, Willing to comment to training (1st & 3rd Tuesday for training and weekly truck maintenance), Attend 60% of trainings, meeting and maintenance, Respond to 25% of alarms when available, and No one is to old for our department.

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 be drivers, 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.

Volunteer Firefighter

As a volunteer for The Magnolia Springs Fire Department you will indulge in many fulfilling tasks. Anything ranging from extricating a patient from a vehicle or assisting someone in need to fighting fires. We will provide training to individuals for free through the Alabama Fire College to meet the needs of your duties. Don't wanna fight fire? We also accept axillary members to help assist with administrative tasks, duties around the station and providing rehab to crews on large incidents.

GENERAL REQUIREMENTS: - Must be at least 18 years old. - Junior applicants must at least 15 years old. - Must live in the Magnolia Springs area or surrounding areas. - No prior criminal convictions. - Must attend majority of Monday night trainings.

Firefighter / EMT

Volunteer Firefighters needed. Volunteer EMT's needed. CVFD is 100% volunteer agency serving the community. Requirements are attending monthly meetings/events and responding to incidents. If you are a resident of the area or not, we need volunteers! Shifts are available for those that do not live in the district and need hours.

Would like to have volunteers with state certifications of FF1 and EMT already prior to joining. If no certifications are already complete, you will be asked to complete one or both within the first year. There are also opportunities for Wildland and HazMat certifications if desired.

Firefighter

Volunteer Firefighter positions available

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

EMS Ambulance Aide

We are looking for local Valley Lee citizens, 16 years or older, to become members of the Second District Volunteer Fire Department and Rescue Squad by assisting EMTs on the ambulance. Duties include locating, carrying, and setting up equipment, interacting with the patient and recording patient information, conducting ambulance check-outs, restocking supplies, checking equipment for expiration dates, and more. We will provide training with no cost to you. After 3 years of service, you may be eligible for an annual tax credit. Weekly meetings are Wednesdays from 7:00 - 9:00pm. We will work around your schedule. Come be part of something bigger than yourself and give back to your community.

16 years or older No experience necessary

Volunteer Firefighter

Aberdeen Fire Department, Inc. is seeking motivated community oriented individuals searching for opportunities to serve the Aberdeen community as a volunteer firefighter. No prior experience necessary. An exciting and very important service that provides all uniforms, training and equipment at no cost to you. Offers a wide variety of skills and technical training once you have completed Basic Firefighting and Emergency Medical training. Marketable skills include Hazardous Materiel mitigation, EMT/Paramedic certification and National Registry, Technical Rescue (machinery, collapse, high angle ropes, Trench, Confined Space,and Swift water). Other training includes Safety and Safety Officer, Emergency Vehicle Operator and several Administrative courses. All courses are Accredited College level courses through the University of Maryland. Of course, Cruising down the road with lights and sirens, saving lives and property of your neighbors and community is the most amazing and rewarding experience one can experience. Climb aboard and Be Someone's Hero!

Requirements to become a Probationary and eventual Active member includes: 1. Completion of Application and supporting paperwork. 2. Background check 3. Medical Physical 4. Interview with Board of Directors 5. Completion of In-house Training requirements

Volunteer Firefighter

Come join our team at the Leggett Volunteer Fire Department. We are an all-Hazard emergency response Fire Department in Northern Mendocino County. All trainings paid for by department.

18 years of age Driver license

Volunteer Firefighter/EMT/Support Members

Fallowfield Fire & Rescue of Atlantic, Adamsville, and Hartstown is looking for individuals interested in volunteering in their community. Interested persons could receive FREE training as Firefighters, EMT'S, Rescue Technicians, Drivers, Scene Support Members, or Fundraiser Members. If you have the heart volunteer, we have a position to fit you. YOU choose what role you fill and what training you receive!

-14 Years Old or Older, Under age 18 MUST possess a work permit issued by your school district. -Must pass a PA State Childline Background Check. -No Criminal Record involving Arson or related offenses, Sexual/Violent Offenses, Felonies. Membership may be denied due to lower level offenses based upon nature. -No other training/experience requirements. We provide all training both in house and through agreements with local community colleges and Pennsylvania State Fire Academy.

Firefighter, Driver/Operator

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

Physically able to perform duties that this job requires.

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.

Fire Fighter

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

For Fire and EMS we will pay for training

Firefighter

Open position for Volunteer Firefighter

Must be 18, and have a High School diploma

Fire fighters

Become a firefighter/first responder and rescuer; as a member of the Easton Fire Department you will be extensively trained in firefighting, primarily to extinguish hazardous fires that threaten life, property, and the environment as well as to rescue people and in some cases animals from dangerous situations. Additionally you will belong to a dedicated group of volunteers that serve our community selflessly whenever a situation arises. Not only at the time of their Emergency, but when help is needed and no other service provider exist we are there for our community.

Willingness to learn and participate.

Firefighter-EMS or Department support

If you would like to be a firefighter, EMT, first responder or have other skills that we can use such as Tech support we could use you. Even if you want to do just part of it, we need to talk. We can use what ever help you can give. We are a small volunteer department. You can check us out at reasnorfire.com or on Facebook and twitter.

over 18 with a valid drivers license and no criminal record.

Firefighter and or EMT

Need for active member of Volunteer Fire Rescue Department in La Luz New Mexico. Jobs include Firefighter, Emergency Vehicle Operator, Pump Operator, EMT and much more. We are a very busy department and average over 300 calls for service per year.

Able and willing to challenge yourself to learn and grow in this field. Have the time and energy to commit to training, answering calls for service and dedication to the Community and its residents. You will be given the chance to obtain County, State and National Certifications in various occupations such as firefighter, pump operator, EMT and much more.

Associate Member

Responding to alarms is just part of what we do. Running a small, volunteer organization presents challenges where those with business skills [secretarial, financial, computer, web-site maintenance, etc.] can perform non-emergency functions vital to keeping the organization operational. We are also looking for those persons who may simply want to serve our community by helping to solicit funds, new members and other tasks that can free up time for active responders to train and respond to emergencies. Your desire and our needs can mesh in many ways. Don't hesitate to ask how you can help.

Min. age, 18. No prior criminal record. Desire to help in a non-emergency setting. Although not required, being a resident within 3 miles of the fire station is helpful.

Volunteer Firefighter * Scene Support First Responder * Fire Explorer/Junior

Being a volunteer firefighter first responder with the Brighton Fire Department (Rochester, NY) is a truly rewarding experience. Not only are you dedicating your time to those in need, but the relationships you will build with the other members and families will last you a lifetime! *Give back to the community in a most unique way *Excitement your day job doesn’t offer *Help neighbors and strangers alike in their time of need *Sense of pride from being part of an elite team *Organized social events for volunteers and their families *Leadership and management opportunities *Learn new skills and make close friends *Be in a profession you never thought of “back then” Opportunities are available for those with and without previous experience to join our thriving department of 80+ volunteers and 30+ career firefighters, who respond to over 2400 calls per year within the Brighton and Pittsford, New York communities of Monroe County (Rochester), NY. 1. On-Duty Bunker Program - Full-time college students who already have Firefighter 1 training may apply to live in our "bunker program" while attending full-time college in the Rochester, NY area. Participation in other training outside of shift night is required. Off-duty response is encouraged. 2. On-Duty Squad Program - Members serve a shift with the same group of volunteers from 6pm-6am once per week, responding on a dedicated vehicle to all calls within the district. There is a short drill while on duty, as well. Current shifts are on Mon-Thu evenings. Participation in other training outside of shift night is required. Off-duty response is encouraged. 3. On-Duty Station Program - Volunteers stand-by at the firehouse, in uniform, to ride the trucks with the career firefighters. No pre-scheduling is required, but it is encouraged. Participation in other training outside of station shifts is required. Off-duty response is encouraged. 4. On-Duty Response Vehicle Program - Qualified volunteers are permitted to "sign-out" a Fire Department Ford F350 or Chevy Tahoe for up to 24 hours, and must respond to all calls while on-duty. No pre-scheduling is required, but it is encouraged. Participation in training outside of on-duty shifts is required. Off-duty response is encouraged. 5. On-Duty Personal Vehicle Program - Members use our WhenIWork App to sign-up for a shift 9pm-5am and anytime on the weekends (in 4-hour blocks) to respond to directly to the scene of calls in their personal vehicles. Participation in training outside of on-duty shifts is required. 6. Off-Duty Personal Vehicle Program - All volunteers are issued Minitor/Unication Fire Pagers and given access to our Smartphone Alerting App, as well as firefighting gear to store in the trunk of their personal car. Members respond to directly to the scene of calls in their personal vehicles as their personal obligations and schedule permit. Participation in training is required. BFD also offers a program for high-school-aged youths, in partnership with the Exploring Program. While technically not members of the fire department, BFD explorers work in the firehouse and at the scene of calls alongside our volunteer and career firefighters, in low-risk situations, to assist firefighters. It is a great networking experience, as well as a great opportunity to learn the business and skills of emergency services. We also are considering the addition of individuals with considerable IT, Social Media, or administrative skills to support our office functions in a non-firefighting role. Please inquire with us about the possibility of your interests and skills being a potential fit for our needs.

Brighton residency *not* required Age 14-17 for Fire Explorers, Age 18-55+ for Scene Support & Firefighter Stable work/school and personal situations Foreseeable 3-5 year minimum commitment Pass background, medical physical, etc. Lawful US resident status We also are considering the addition of individuals with considerable IT, Social Media, or administrative skills to support our office functions in a non-firefighting role. Please inquire with us about the possibility of your interests and skills being a potential fit for our needs. Please visit http://www.brightonfd.org/volunteer-info to learn more. Information sessions are also held on the third Mondays of January, March, June, and October at 7pm each year. During COVID, we are broadcasting them via Zoom.

Firefighter/Emergency Medical Responder

Paid On Call Firefighter and Emergency Medical Responders (First Responders) being sought for the ACFPD. Training provided - dedication required.

18 - 35 years old, good physical condition, able to respond to calls, willing to attend training classes and become a great asset to the community.

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.

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

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

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

Fire Fighter / General Member

Hello! Thank you for showing interest in joining our department. Our department consists of about 20 members, currently with eight firefighters. Our response district is about 93 square miles and serves approximately 5,000 people. We average about 100-150 calls a year, ranging from grass fires, structure fires, vehicle fires, and vehicle extrication. We are a 100% volunteer department. We work off donations from our wonderful citizens and a small number of funds given to us by Washington County. General Members, We have a general members position in our department. These individuals are the heart of the department that dedicate their time to helping the firefighters on the back end of the department. These members help with fundraisers, community events, and other projects off of the fire ground. Occasionally, these members come to calls and help our firefighters rehab so they can be good to go to fight fire again. Firefighters, Being a firefighter is not an easy task, but we are genuinely willing to help you become a great one. You do not have to be trained to join our department. These guys and gals are the ones who respond to those late-night calls and continue to give to their community. Join our department and help us become the most outstanding department globally!

There are no requirements to join our department. Please send in your information by this site and we will reach out to you! Depending on what you would like to do, we will help you get the training you need! Our meetings are on the second and fourth Monday of every month. The second Monday is our business meeting, and the fourth Monday is our training meeting.

Firefighter, EMT, Junior firefighter

Wolf creek volunteer fire department. We are looking for volunteers. Come help us serve our community. We are working toward offering training for our firefighter to get certified. The best part is the family atmosphere.

Mainly is being able to run calls. Must be able to pass a drug screen. Good driving record if you plan to drive the equipment.

Volunteer Firefighter

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

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

Firefighter and Support Members

Help provide a critical service to your community. Join our team as a volunteer to help the department provide fire protection as a Firefighter, learn as a Junior Firefighter, or help serve as a fundraising, administrative, or support memeber.

16 years old.

volunteer firefighter

Looking for excitement as a volunteer firefighter? Troy Fire Protection District has had a long tradition of volunteer Firefighters protecting the lives and property of their neighbors. Troy Fire responds to over 300 emergency and routine calls for help each year. The experiences you will have as a member of the TFPD will bring you closer to the community and the personal reward of helping others through the fire service is unmatched. Our Firefighters respond to structure fires, car fires, vehicle accidents, hazardous material incidents, specialized rescues, and routine calls for smoke and carbon monoxide alarms in homes and commercial businesses. Our Firefighters also assist our Full-time Paramedics on difficult EMS calls. All Firefighters receive training in all areas of emergency service. We have training on Thursday 3 or 4 times each month as well as monthly association meetings. Troy has a burn building where you will get hands-on training with actual live fire! Once you are trained as a certified firefighter we opportunities to work part-time for an hourly wage during the weekdays.

You must be 18 years of age, live within the Troy Fire Protection District, and have or be able to obtain a valid Illinois driver's license. Fill out an application in person or on the web at https://www.troy-fpd.com/emergency-services . The Troy Fire district covers much more than the City of Troy. It is 64 square miles around the City so even if you are a few miles away from the Fire Station you may still qualify. If you are not sure you can always stop by during the weekdays or call and leave a message at 618-667-6722 and we will get back to you.

Volunteer Firefighter

Have you ever wanted to become a Volunteer Firefighter? The Mosquito Fire Protection District is seeking active/community minded individuals who are interested in serving in the fire serve as emergency responders. We are looking to staff 5 positions which are currently available. We currently offer two types of response roles. Those that live locally are able to respond to the station from their home when incidents occur. All others are welcome to work 12 and 24 hour shifts. We at MFPD are looking to build and expand our fire family and would invite you to apply for a position on our team. We look forward to hearing from and meeting you.

- You need to be 18. - You Must live within 25 miles of the Mosquito/Swansboro area. - You will need a clean driving record and to pass a background check. - You will need to complete a physical agility and employment examination. - You will need to attend our local fire academy or have graduated from an accredited academy. (Lateral hires are accepted)

Firefighter

We’ll teach you how and why When one of our community needs help they call us, it is easy to be apart of a team that enjoys helping others Chief Thomas Mengers

Willing to learn something new

Firefighter

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.

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

Firefighter

You must be 18 years old and reside in Byram twp, NJSP. All training and equipment is provided. This is your chance to help our community and meet everlasting friendships. We currently staff 3 stations located thought the community, all we need is your co

18 years old Reside in Byram twp Be able to attend fire school Be able to attend drills every Thursday evening at 7 pm

Firefighter/EMT

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

Volunteer Firefighter

The City of Spearfish is actively seeking honest, motivated individuals who have the desire to join their community’s fire department. There are many ways you can serve alongside your friends and neighbors, who are proud to protect their community. Previous experience is not required because we provide training that covers all our fire and rescue activities. Some courses will help you achieve State and National Certifications. We invite you to come visit and find out how you can become a member of our diverse team.

Applicant must be at least 18 years of age, have a high school diploma or G.E.D., pass a background check and have a clean driving record. Applications Available: Online: www.CityOfSpearfish.com Email: Fire.Admin@CityOfSpearfish.com Office: 622 N. Canyon St Submit Completed Applications: City of Spearfish Fire Department Mail: 625 N 5th St Physical: 622 N Canyon St Fax: 605-642-1349

Volunteer Firefighter First Responder

Looking for Great people that are willing to become a Volunteer Firefighter or First Responder. We also offer a Residency Station.

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

Emergency Medical Technician - EMT

Would you like to make a real difference in your town? Membership with Lovettsville Volunteer Fire and Rescue Company is a great way to contribute. Lovettsville Volunteer Fire and Rescue is looking for anyone interested in becoming a Firefighter, EMT, or Ambulance Driver. Training and Protective gear are provided free of charge! Those seeking Firefighter certification will undergo approximately 360 hours of training on nights and weekends over the course of 12 months. Those seeking EMT-B certification will undergo approximately 240 hours of training on nights and weekends over the course of 10 months. Ambulance Drivers requirements are much less and can usually be obtained within 2-3 months. Volunteers can seek any single certification or multiple certifications! There are also many other opportunities for advanced training in technical rescue, Engine Driver, Officer, Instructor, and many others! We will provide the training, the equipment, and support to help you become a contributing member of a vital part of our town's support structure. All you need to have is the time and motivation, and in return, you'll gain the satisfaction of knowing you've helped your neighbors at their most difficult times.

You must be at least 13 years of age to apply for cadet membership and at least 16 years of age for other membership categories. You must complete a membership application and a full background check and driving record. We are required by Virginia state law (12VAC5-31-540) to obtain a criminal history background check conducted through the Central Criminal Records Exchange operated by the Virginia State Police. Operational members must also pass a NFPA 1582 physical. Non-certified, or those with a some of the below certs are always welcome, and we offer free training! The following certifications are required by the county to ride as minimum staffing as a firefighter: Hazmat Operations Firefighter I Firefighter II Mayday FF Down LP Gas Emergencies EMR or EMT-B

Paid per Call Firefighter

Baraboo Fire Department is an equal opportunity employer seeking qualified candidates to respond to calls for service in the Baraboo Community. We are looking for individuals who want to be part of a team of hard working and dedicated firefighters. The fire service has a long standing tradition of family and sacrifice. We hold these values and so much more. Message the department on our social media or give us a call to talk to a firefighter about what it takes.

Must be 18 years old with high school diploma or equivalent. Must pass physical ability test and medical examination to wear breathing mask. A never give up attitude with the integrity to always do the right thing.

Volunteer EMT or Paramedic

Respond to medical emergencies, rescues, and motor vehicle collisions. May also respond to structure fires and wildland fires.

To apply, you must meet the following minimum requirements: 1. Be at least 18 years of age. 2. Have a valid State Drivers License. 3. Have no felony convictions within the last seven (7) years that could interfere with your work as a firefighter. 4. Have an insurable driving record. 5. Be able to read and write the English language. 6. Reside within five (5) miles of a District fire station. 7. Pass a medical exam by a department approved physician. 8. Be capable of sustained arduous work. 9. Be capable of passing the Physical Ability Test.

Emergency Services Volunteer

The Boulder Junction Volunteer Fire Department is searching for emergency services volunteers to serve our department as firefighters and emergency medical technicians (EMTs), as well as volunteer support personnel to serve in a variety of roles including administrative, grant-writing and Rehab Team.

A commitment to meeting state-required certifications, as applicable, as well as meeting department performance requirements for meetings, trainings and contribution of time and talents in support of our departmental life together (work nights, fundraisers, community outreach events, fire prevention education, etc.)

EMT/Firefighter

Killingsworth Cove is a 100% Volunteer organization dedicated to the preservation of Life and Property with Fire, EMS, and Rescue Services. We serve a remote community in the heart of the Tennessee Valley of about 2400 people. We run about 130 calls per year. We have 6 apparatus, 2 engines, 2 wildland brush trucks, and 2 medical response vehicles. We have mutual aid agreements with Gurley VFD, Central VFD, New Market VFD, Keel Mountain VFD, and Jackson County.

Must be 18 years old to be an active member. Must be able to pass a background check that is free of felonies and arson convictions. All prior training recognized and any training needed will be provided. Valid driver's license preferred but not required.

Firefighter and First Responders

The Forest Bend Fire Department is looking for individuals interested in serving as firefighters, first responders, and support services. No experience is needed.

Must live in Heritage Park.

Firefighters, Support Staff, and people willing to learn

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

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

Firefighter Truck Co. 1

Want to help your neighbors and community, want to make new friends, want to be respected by your peers? Volunteer Firefighter positions available. (Note: Must be a resident of Rutherford, NJ) Become a member of Rutherford Volunteer Fire Dept. Truck Co. 1 Est. 1875

Minimum 18 years old and MUST be a resident of "Rutherford NJ" (Junior positions also available, minimum 16) Must pass a pre acceptance physical and background check, must be able to lift up to 50 pounds and perform all duties of a firefighter. No training needed we will send you to the academy for training, Free! Enter your info to learn more and we will contact you!

Fire fighters, Support persons

Firefighter Support personnel

18 years old. Drivers record and SC back ground check will be made. Classes locally from the SCFA to train you as a firefighter. Support personnel help in department needs. Administrative,, fire ground support and grant writing

Any Level Firefighter

Central Mat-Su Fire Department and six other fire departments in the Mat-Su Borough hire firefighters at any skill level. We train starting at Basic and operate as a paid on-call system in most departments. Some full-time positions are available at time. Our borough department employees around 200 firefighters as a separate service, who do not need to be dual certified in EMS.

None. Experienced firefighters need IFSAC or ProBoard certifications in order to transfer their qualifications.

Volunteer Firefighter/emt

Our fire department is mostly rural and we are always in need of volunteers. We are on a paid per call status . We do everything from medical assist for the local ambulance service to vehicle extrication to fires. We love what we do. Come out and see

If selected you will be put thru the State of Ohio vol. firefighter basic class. Must be able to do team work and work with the community.

Firefighters, EMS Responders

The Northern Piatt County Fire Protection District is looking for Volunteers to help provide Fire and EMS coverage for the District. With 93 square miles it takes a lot of volunteers to protect the area. Contact any member or send an email to station@npfpd.com for more information.

18 years of age for an active member. 17 years old to be a junior member in training. Reside within a 7 miles radius of the Station. Willing to participate in training and respond to calls when available.

Firefighter

No experience needed. We will provide all training.

Must live within the Robie Creek Fire district boundaries and be willing to dedicate time for regular training.

Firefighter

Lake Hamilton Fire is seeking community members that live inside and outside of our primary response area to become volunteer firefighters. We are a all hazards fire department, meaning we respond to all types of emergencies including fires, rescues, medical calls, haz mat, and many other types of emergencies. We need you now more than ever! Call 501 525 4361 today!

You will be asked to pass a drug test, background check, and you must a have a valid drivers license. Most of your training will be completed in house at our training facility!

Junior Technical Rescuers/EMT's

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. Our junior Membership Program really took off in late 2012 and have been very successful, with most of our juniors moving to general membership and officers inside our organization as well as having successful careers in Fire/Rescue or EMS organizations around the country. We pride ourselves with offering the youth of our area with a safe environment to better themselves while still helping the community and citizens of Onslow County. Your children will learn valuable training in both the Rescue and EMS fields as basic knowledge and training to help them succeed in life.

Minimum of 14 Years Old. Minimum of 16hrs per month. Minimum attendance at 9 of 12 meetings per year. At least a "C" average in school. Parental Consent.

Fire Fighter and EMS

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

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

Volunteer Firefighter

Duties for interior firefighter may include, but are not limited to the following: 1. Suppression and control of building and other fires by operating firefighting equipment in hazardous areas, confined spaces, and high places such as ladders. Suppresses grass and brush fires using the fire hose and equipment and wild land firefighting hand tools. Conduct rescue operations from smoke filled or confined areas that have been compromised by fire. Cleans up debris and does salvage work during and after firefighting. 2. Performs and/or assists with emergency medical treatment to ill and injured persons. 3. Performs technical rescues using ropes and associated rescue hardware, various power tools and hand tools and techniques for special rescue situations (mechanical entrapment's, confined spaces, high angle, and trench rescues.) 4. Responds to hazardous materials releases to safely isolate and deny entry, to make appropriate notifications, and perform mitigation tasks as appropriate. 5. Perform company level fire prevention inspections and hazard reduction activities. 6. Performs public relations and educational awareness actions by meeting and speaking to civic and school based groups. 7. Performs minor repair and inspection work on fire apparatus. Makes necessary adjustments as needed. 8. Completes routine daily fire station janitorial and maintenance tasks. 9. Utilizes self-contained breathing apparatus (SCBA) to operate in hazardous environments. 10. Performs other related duties as required. 11. Able to carry or drag approximately 100 lbs. up to distances of 50 feet. 12. Be exposed to elevated temperatures that could raise the body's core temperature. Duties for Non-Interior Firefighter may include, but are not limited to the following: This person will be doing the same tasks as the interior firefighter without making entry into any hazardous areas requiring SCBA. Duties for Limited Personnel may include, but are not limited to the following: 1. Traffic control duties that may require the personnel to have to stand for long periods of time in various weather conditions. 2. Perform company level fire prevention inspections and hazard reduction activities. 3. Performs public relations and educational awareness actions by meeting and speaking to civic and school based groups. 4. Performs minor repair and inspection work to firefighting vehicles. Makes necessary adjustments as needed. 5. Completes routine daily fire station janitorial and maintenance tasks. 6. Assisting with fire department functions such as: parades, banquets, and fundraisers.

The ability to pass an NFPA 1582 physical, drug screen, background check, and be working towards or able to provide a high school diploma or equivalent.

Department Auxiliary

Support the Department functions by planning and hosting fundraisers and other non-emergency activities of the department.

Pass a Background Check Pass a Drug Screen Complete an Interview

All

Volunteer

Live within 10 miles of Randall

Volunteer Firefighter

Volunteer Firefighter Volunteer Jr. Firefighter Volunteer Support Personnel Accepting all ages!

Must be a resident of Red River Parish. Be at least 15 years of age. No criminal history. Good driving record. Must be able to attend training / station meetings once per month. *Training is provided* * Jr firefighters must maintain at a minimum 2.9GPA*

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.

Volunteer Firefighter/Fire Police/Fire Auxiliary

FIRE FIGHTING IS NOT FOR EVERYONE, BUT VOLUNTEERING CAN BE Upper Macungie Township is served by three 100% volunteer fire departments. Station 8 - Fogelsville Volunteer Fire Company Station 25 - Good Will Fire Company #1 of Trexlertown Station 56 - Upper Macungie Township Fire Station 56 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, 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 lot of money. 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 have entered the company with no previous firefighting experience. Upper Macungie Township 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 fill out the contact form to set up a time to meet with one of our members. Or stop by one of our stations, 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 Upper Macungie Township, or with a few miles thereof. Training will be provided, free of charge, to prepare you for the challenge.

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.

Paid on Call Firefighter

On Call Emergency response

18 Y/O Current Drivers License with no more than 3 points. Non tobacco user. Clear criminal record.

EMT

Located in Northern Dutchess County, Stanford Fire Company's 60 volunteer members run an average of 350 calls a year to protect the Town of Stanford.

Age 18 or older, Drivers License. Need to pass a physical and be willing to train, pass certifications courses, become State Certified, keep up with department training, meetings, events, and call volume.

Volunteer Firefighter

Actively looking for motivated people interested in becoming a volunteer firefighter in our community. We are a volunteer fire department that averages 900-1000 calls per year operating out of a state of the art facility.

Minimum requirements to apply a volunteer firefighter are a valid Maryland drivers license and successfully pass a criminal background check. All firefighter must obtain Maryland Firefighter I, EMT, Hazmat Operations, ICS100, ICS200, ICS700 and ICS800 within five years along with attending at least 50% of trainings.

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.

Firefighter

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

Nond

Volunteer

Little Caillou Fire Department is seeking those interested in firefighting and/or emergency medical services. Those who have an interest in these fields can become active firefighters/EMTs, a supporting department member, and/or those who are underage 14-17 yr old, depending on which area you fit in, you still can fit in with our department!

No pre-requirements* are necessary but the passion to want to help your community. Note- Junior/Cadet members are 14-17 yr old and volunteer members begin at age 18 yrs or older.

Paid per call Firefighter/EMT/AEMT/Paramedic

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.

Paid per call - High school diploma or GED; must be at least 18 years of age; must reside, in Township of Lake, Village of Walbridge or Village of Millbury. Must possess a valid Ohio driver’s license. No certifications are required. The department will provide all initial training through accredited facilities. Part time - High school diploma or GED; must be at least 18 years of age; Must possess a valid Ohio driver’s license; Must possess an Ohio EMT certification with supporting certification (Healthcare Provider CPR), preferred to have an Ohio FFI certification.

Paid on Call Firefighter, EMT, or Community Educator

The Edgerton Fire Protection District is currently seeking individuals who would like to make a difference in our community. We are a combination department that provides fire and EMS services as well as community education. We are seeking paid on call firefighters and EMT's. In addition, we are looking for individuals to support our community education efforts. No experience is necessary. We will provide all necessary training at no cost! Feel free to give us a call or stop down to see what it's all about!

Firefighters: -IFSAC Firefighter 1 within first year -IFSAC Firefighter 2 within second year -Healthcare Provider CPR EMTs: -EMT-B within first year Community Educators: No requirements. Training will be based on the role you function in with us.

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 host and participate in many community events. All of our volunteer firefighters are State Certified to the Firefighter 1 level, and many of our members have gone on to obtain their Firefighter level 2 certification. Additionally, all volunteer firefighters are trained to respond to wild fires, vehicle accidents, and other emergencies. The MBVFD is home to multiple fire/rescue apparatus including Engine 58, Engine 258, Squad 58 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 EMS (medical) calls, we are occasionally called upon on to assist the local EMS transport agency. All of our Department’s volunteers are required to take First Responder training, as well as maintain their BLS CPR certifications. 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 we respond to marine rescue calls throughout the southern half of Brevard County. Our station is home to ATV 58, Marine 58 (larger river rescue boat), and Marine 258 (Jet Ski). The MBVFD continually recruits men and women in and around the community to serve as volunteer firefighters and fill open spots in our roster.

All applicants must be at least 18 years of age and hold a valid Florida drivers license. Applicants must possess a High School Diploma, or equivalent, be able to read, write, and understand English, as well as pass a Background Check, Drug Screening, and Physical Exam. Applicants must be of good moral character and posses a desire to serve their community. We will provide all of the training you need to make a difference. In addition you will become part of a large family and get to enjoy all of the benefits the MBVFD has to offer.

Volunteer 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

Volunteer Fire & Rescue positions for a very large fire district in northwest Wyoming. Your residence location will determine which of our four volunteer departments you may be eligible to join. All training, and equipment provided. Numerous benefits provided.

Our firefighters train four times per month for the first year and at least twice monthly thereafter. They may be called to respond to over 300 incidents per year. Must pass initial background check and physical examination prior to becoming a probationary firefighter. Numerous benefits provided.

Volunteer Firefighters and EMT's

Calling all volunteers! We need you! The Edgartown FIre Department provides Fire/Rescue and ALS ambulance services for approximately 5,168 people in a town consisting of 27sq miles of land 95sq miles of water. We are one of six fire departments on the island of Martha's Vineyard. The majority of our membership are stipend compensated volunteers. There is a mix of firefighters, EMT's, and dual role members. ALS ambulance services are provided by full time Paramedics and volunteer EMT's. We use and maintain 7 pieces of apparatus, 2 ALS ambulances, 2 boats, and several ancillary vehicles. The Mission of the Edgartown Fire Department is to provide quality service to the community through progressive Fire, Rescue and Emergency Medical responses. We are proud to provide this through a highly trained, diverse membership that is committed to our community.

A sense of commitment, duty, and service. A valid Massachusetts driver's license is expected for non-Junior members. A Masssachusetts CORI check is required.

Volunteer Firefighter with or With-out Experience

Our Department is fortunate to have a great team of part-time employees. From time to time, we have job openings. If you want to join us in stopping fires, saving lives, and serving our community, please review any openings and complete the application below. With the fire department being a combination fire department, we are always looking for volunteers interested in becoming trained and educated in the emergency services field. The fire department will pay for that education and training, so all you have to do is let us know that you are interested. We know that it is stressful reaching out to join an organization that you may not know much about, but please understand that we need you, and your assistance can truly help the community. If you are interested in becoming a volunteer with the Union Volunteer Fire Department, please fill-in the information below and press submit, it’s that simple. We will reach out to you and help you achieve your goals of becoming a volunteer firefighter or medical responder with Union Volunteer Fire Department.

All members need to make a firm commitment to the Department. The expectations are: All members will treat others in a professional and respectful manner You will be required to follow all rules and regulations of the Department You will be required to attend at least 36 hours of training per year You will be expected to respond to as many emergency calls as you can You will need to maintain a valid North Carolina Driver’s License You must not be involved in any criminal litigation No drinking of alcoholic beverages or use of illegal drugs will be tolerated on the Fire Department property or when responding to emergency calls or attending training sessions Profanity will not be tolerated No type of harassment (sexual, discriminatory etc.) will be tolerated The Officers of the Department will be in charge at all emergency calls and training sessions. They will provide you with what protective equipment they deem necessary and will provide the training and guidance you will require for membership. A background check will be done on you. If any false information is found on your application, you will be terminated from membership.

Firefighter / EMT

The Appalachia Fire Department is comprised of professional people who perform firefighting and rescue duties. Other duties include responding to hazardous materials incidents, technical rescue incidents and emergency medical calls. Non-emergency tasks

QUALIFICATIONS FOR FIREFIGHTER’S • Minimum 18 years of age • Acceptable driving record • Valid driver’s license • Good health and physical condition • Clean and neat appearance • Able to read, write and speak English • Never convicted of a felon

Firefighter

Become a part of the historic Phoenix Fire Department of Mount Pulaski. We were formed in 1885 and are the longest standing members of the Illinois Firefighters Association. We have up to date equipment, new fire gear after one year probationary period and regular training. We have a great culture and relationships with other surrounding departments. If your goal is to continue your service to a paid fire service job, our department has proven to be a great training ground for that. Many of our members have gone on to work in the paid fire service.

18 years of age, reside within Mount Pulaski Rural Fire Protection District, pass a criminal background check and capable of performing physical duties as assigned. Our standing committee will conduct candidate interviews and all probationary members are subject to approval by the members of the Phoenix Fire Department of Mount Pulaski.

Volunteer firefighter

Oxford Volunteer Fire Protection District is accepting applications for Firefighters Anyone over 18 Years Old can apply. Contact Deputy Chief Peterson at 309-337-4671 or send an email dpoxfordfire@gmail.com

Must be 18 years old to apply

Fire Police Officer (Volunteer)

Holiday Park VFD seeks individuals to join our ranks as a "Volunteer Fire Police Officer" serving the community of Plum Borough. Our Fire Police Squad is lead by a Captain and Lieutenant. Staffed entirely by dedicated, trained volunteers offering our community firefighting, rescue, & emergency medical care. We are the largest of the four fire departments that serve the 29 square mile Borough of Plum in Allegheny County, Pennsylvania. We also provide assistance to our neighboring communities within both Allegheny County & Westmoreland County. We will accept "Experienced Fire Police Officers" as well as "New, Untrained Fire Police Officers" for Active membership with the department. We operate a Engine, Ladder, Rescue, QRS, ATV, Brush, Fire Police Squad, and Swift-water Rescue Team. Fire Police in Pennsylvania are Volunteer Fire Company members, sworn in by the Mayor or Borough Council President, Township supervisor or the local District Justice of the Peace. They come under direct control of the Local Police or State Police. The Commonwealth of PA in June of 1941 passed a law (Title 35) enabling Special Fire Police Officers to have the necessary police power to provide protection. Fire Police were legally created to act in emergency situations and then only when their fire department was involved. While most people think that Fire Police are just firefighters, these amendments widened the scope of authority of Fire Police in PA, to have limited police powers. Although they have no authority to make arrests, they do have the right to detain someone, within reason. They have earned the right to wear their ‘badge of authority. Fire Police will control the flow of traffic to ensure emergency vehicles have a quick, safe entrance and egress to the incident. They may halt traffic, block a road or detour you in another direction, because of the situation and the dangers involved. They are Not there to make you late for work, dinner, or a date. They are taking orders from the police authority in charge. All Fire Police Officers are sworn officers of the law and when on duty shall display a badge of authority and shall be subject to control of the chief of police of the city, borough, town or township in which they are serving, or if none, of a member of the Pennsylvania State Police. They are highly skilled and trained in their vocation and have their oath on file with their local municipalities. Disobeying a Fire Police Officer is the same as disobeying a Police Officer, Sheriff’s Deputy or State Trooper and assaulting one is a felony.

We will accept "Experienced Fire Police Officers" as well as "New, Untrained Fire Police Officers" for Active membership with the department. New, Untrained Fire Police Officers - Must be 21 years of age or older - Must attend Basic Fire Police School within six months and Advanced Fire Police School within a year; classes paid for the department - A training path will be established and a mentor assigned to guide - Must complete a CPR/AED certification course within six months Experienced Fire Police Officers - Must be 21 years of age or older - Must hold Basic Fire Police & Advanced Fire Police Certification by the State of Pennsylvania. - Must hold a current CPR/AED certification We operate 24/, 365 days a year via an on-call pager system where members select when they will respond to calls. Our department is strong when it comes to training and drills, ensuring our members are at the top of their game. Website: https://www.holidayparkvfd.org/ Volunteer Positions: https://www.holidayparkvfd.org/volunteer-positions/

Volunteers

Now accepting volunteers for all positions!

16+ Resident of Mount Pocono or Paradise Township Pennsylvania.

Fire fighter

Your community needs volunteers to help protect serve and volunteer.

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

Firefighter

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

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

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

Become a Volunteer firefighter and/or EMS provider

No requirements or training needed. If you have the time we will provide and train you to be able to help your community

Firefighter / Junior Firefighter

Join the Sleepy Hollow Fire Department. 100% volunteer since 1876.

14 years of age to become a Junior Firefighter. 17 years of age to become an active member in one of our five (5) companies.

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

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

Volunteer Firefighter

We are looking for highly motivated, dedicated volunteer firefighters to join our department. We are a fast paced, aggressive fire department that runs almost 1500 Fire, Rescue, and EMS calls per year. No prior firefighting experience necessary. All required training will be provided by the department and the State of NC. Feel free to stop by our station at 6809 Beatties Ford Rd, Charlotte, NC to speak with someone and pick up a volunteer application packet. Please contact us with any questions.

No experience necessary. A hard work ethic and dedication are a must. Must be at least 18 years old and possess a valid drivers license with a clean driving history. Must be able to pass a criminal background check and drug screening. Must also be able to pass department physical agility test.

Firefighter / Active Member

Firefighters / Active Members of the Beaver Springs Fire Company actively participate in emergency operations, training, and fundraising activities. The Beaver Springs Fire Company responds to just over 100 emergency and non-emergency incidents every year. These incident types include all types of fires, vehicle accidents, rescue operations, storm clean up, assisting EMS, and much more. Training is key to safe and successful operations, which is why we offer in-house training each week. Formal training opportunities are available throughout the year for those interested in honing their skills further. We are an all-volunteer fire department that relies on donations from the public for funding. Our financial needs are met in a variety of ways. We conduct fundraising activities regularly throughout the year and we rely on our members to make these fundraisers a success.

Prospective members must be at least 16 years old, dedicated, and willing to learn. All the tools needed to succeed are made available within the department to those willing to do the work and benefit from others experience and knowledge.

Banks Fire District Volunteer Firefighter

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

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

Volunteer FireFighter

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

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

Firefighter/emt

Active member to be a firefighter and or emergency medical technician.

Junior 14 to 18 years old with valid working papers and parent/legal guardian permission. Active-- able to perform all aspects of the duty of firefighter. Ems-- able to perform and obtain first responder or eat certification. Social able to help in fundraising and support of fd fictions. We will train.

Firefighter - First Responder

Mid-County VFD is in the central area of Caldwell County Texas (near Lockhart and Luling). We are in need of volunteer firefighters and first responders (Emergency Medical).

Must be 18 years of age or older (younger individuals with parental support may sign up for cadet status). We will provide training to approved candidates. Applicants must live within district or no more than 5 miles outside.

Firefighter/EMR

Timber Knob Volunteer Fire Department is currently looking for firefighters and EMRs. Our station is located in Ozark County MO off of Hwy 5 on W Hwy.

Will train

Junior Firefighter

We are so glad that you are interested in becoming a junior firefighter! Participating in your local fire department is an extremely rewarding experience that will provide you with valuable life skills such as teamwork, leadership, responsibility, and commitment and the opportunity to learn about your local fire, rescue, and emergency medical services response organizations in a safe, controlled, educational, and fun way. If you wondering what you might do for work after school, this is great way to see if a career in firefighting or emergency medical services might be for you. All the training is provided for free, in addition to other benefits such as college tuition assistance for coursework related to fire and emergency services.

16 years of age or older members should maintain at least a “C” average obtain full permission from the parent or legal guardian to participate in our programs attend regular monthly meetings or events for youth program participants Must be willing to learn and be a team player

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, 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

ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES  Respond to all emergency and non-emergency fire/EMS calls.  Conduct public education within the district as assigned.  Perform light equipment maintenance, general equipment and apparatus stocking and inspections as directed, reporting any known maintenance issues or required repairs to the Maintenance Officer.  Perform general housekeeping duties.  Maintain a positive work atmosphere by behaving and communicating in a professional manner with co-workers, property owners and others.  Be thoroughly proficient in the operation and use of apparatus and equipment to which assigned, operate this apparatus and equipment in a manner to best perform the functions for which assigned, and not exceed its designed limitations.  Respond to incidents, use equipment, and perform operations in a safe manner, following standard operating procedures, rules, and regulations. In the event of a line-of-duty injury, or vehicle accident/damage, immediately report to Department Chief.  Keep constantly appraised of equipment status, and location of apparatus. Perform an inventory check of on-board equipment after each incident, prior to clearing apparatus from a scene.

We require 40 hours of on duty time per month. Trainings are held every Thursday evening starting at 6 pm. All training is provided at no cost to the member.

Entry Level Firefighter

Join Orofino Fire Department and we will train you to the level of a firefighter you are comfortable with, We meet twice a month to train and also do special training as needed. In March of each year we hold a Fire Academy. This 3 day academy has classes from beginner to advance fire fighting. Our Firefighters are paid when training and responding to fires.

Willing to serve your community and wanting to learn to fight fires. No major criminal history, Good health is helpful. Call for an application.

Firefighter

Currently seeking individuals for the position of firefighter. Candidates should be 18 years of age or older and in good physical condition. All training to be provided at no cost to the applicant. Interested candidates can contact the Skyline Lake Volunteer Fire Department via email at jjkhenderson@gmail.com or by visiting our website www.skylinelakefire.com

18 years of age or older Good physical condition clean criminal backround clean drug screen

Firefighter/Emt/Recruit/Support

We are in the need of certified firefighters to volunteer, as well as recruits and support staff. Emt-B is not necessary but definately a plus. We have percentage based run requirements as well as duty hours to get your time in. 15% of calls a quarter or 24 hours a month. Come join an excellent group of people and become a part of our family.

Drug test/physical required Decent driving record Criminal background check

Firefighter, EMT, First Responder, Jr Firefighter

Ages 18 and over: Firefighter, Medical Responder/EMT Ages 16 & 17: Jr Firefighter We provide free training, books, and gear to become Firefighter certified, then may obtain EMT certification and many other certifications in the fire service.

Requirements for volunteering: Must reside in Huntsville Vol. Fire district. Have a clean criminal record and driving history. Be physically and mentally fit to pass medical exam. Available for training and meetings as required.

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.

Firefighter, EMT, Junior Firefighter

The Blandon Fire Company is seeking motivated individuals who are looking to get the most out of life. See how we can help you reach your goals, while you help us serve the community.

Junior firefighters must be at least 14 years old and obtain a work permit from their school district.

Firefighter

The primary function of a Salina City Firefighter is to protect the community from disaster situations, including house and building fires, and promote an environment of public safety within the City of Salina Fire Department's response area. This position also participates in fire prevention and inspection activities, equipment and quarters maintenance, and training dealing with all phases of fire suppression, prevention, inspection, rescue and emergency operation. Essential functions are not intended to be an exhaustive list of all responsibilities, duties and skills. They are intended to be accurate summaries of what the job classification involves and what is required to perform it. Employees are responsible for all other duties as assigned. Responds to fire alarms and extinguishes fire; Performs salvage operations such as throwing salvage covers, sweeping water and removing debris; Responds to and renders assistance in emergency cases; Cleans and inspects equipment and apparatus after returning from a fire; Inspects equipment and apparatus and notifies superior officer of any defects; Makes minor repairs to equipment and apparatus, performs routine preventative maintenance tasks, and keeps records of such action; Keeps fire station, equipment and grounds in a clean and orderly condition; Participates in training activities and instruction sessions; Acquires and retains a thorough knowledge of the City, including streets, buildings, water supply, unusual hazards and related items; Performs various public information or education tasks; Performs all work duties and activities in accordance with City policies and procedures; Works in a safe manner and reports unsafe activity and conditions. May respond to emergency calls for specialized service such as hazardous materials, confined spaces rescue, extrication and technical rescues that include high angle, below grade, trench and collapse rescues; Salina Fire Department is also very active in the community. Members will be expected, but not required, to assist with various Fundraisers that the Department hosts to raise money for the Sub for Santa Program which is held every year to help families within the Department's call area. Members will also be expected to assist with activities held for the community on the 4th of July and 24th of July.

To apply for the Cadet Program - Must be 18 years of age or older. To apply for our Active Roster - Must be 21 years of age or older, but not exceeding 55. Must live within Salina or Redmond City Limits. May live in Sevier County Boundaries, but must have a Salina or Redmond address. Must be able to dedicate the time to attend one, if not all of the following training courses before 3 years time of being on the Department: - Firefighter I & II Training - Hazmat Awareness & Operations Training - Wild land Firefighter (Red Card) Training

Firefighter

Looking for a responsible candidate to join our team as a firefighter.

Firefighter leave 1, successful passing of NFPA physical, valid driver license, successful interview, meet department by laws.

Firefighter/EMT

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

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

Incident Support Team

The King County Incident Support team is part of the 8 King County, WA volunteer Search and Rescue units. KC IST specializes in assisting the Incident Commander of a Search and Rescue Mission at the command post by: *Communicating on VHF/UHF radios and logging the radio traffic *Developing and printing maps to be used by field searchers *Logging position updates of field crews *Preparing briefing and debriefing packets for field crews *Requesting SPOT reports as needed

Initial requirements: Pass IC-100, IC-1700 Complete an application here: http://www.kcist.org/membership/how-to-join/ Additional requirements after joining: http://www.kcist.org/training/

Volunteer Firefighter

Respond to fire, rescue, and medical calls of service from home and the fire station. Attend training at the fire station. Normal schedule for training is one night a week for 4 hours.

Minimum age of 18. Possess a valid NC Drivers License (Class C minimum). Complete a criminal background check. Residency requirements of 10 miles from fire station or highways 110 & 276 intersection. Once accepted to membership all fire & rescue will be provided through Haywood Community College. Most at no cost to the applicant.

Firefighter/EMT-EMR

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

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

Paid On Call Firefighter

The Loretto Fire Department covers the areas of Loretto, Medina, Independence, Corcoran & Greenfield. This is a rewarding on-call public safety opportunity and we would like you to join us! You can get an application on our website to download and email or mail back! www.lorettofire.org

Must be at least 18 Years Old Must live or work within 13 minutes of our Fire station.

Volunteer

We are currently searching for volunteers between the ages of 14 and 20 who have an interest in serving their community as a volunteer with Fieldstown Volunteers (FV). As a volunteer you will train in and respond to incidents including SAR, disaster response, BLS medical, and much more! FV is a venture crew which is a division of the Boy Scouts of America.

•Must be at least 14 years of age but younger than 20 years of age •Must have current CPR certification

Junior Firefighter (15 to 18 Years Old)

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

Fire Attack, Ventilation, Search & Rescue, Engineer, EMR(Emergency Medical Responder)

DO YOU WANT TO BE APART OF SOMETHING BIGGER THAN YOURSELF? IT'S ALL ABOUT HEART!! It's not what you look like, what degree you have, or where you come from. It's about Heart! If you've got the heart to serve this community in a way that few can, you've got all we need. Seven out of ten firefighters and emergency responders are volunteers, and Tamms needs more volunteers like you. If you've got the heart to serve your community in ways few can, we've got volunteer opportunities for you.

*Age 15+ (JR Firefighter) *Age 18+ Firefighter *Valid Illinois drivers license *Must have respect for others *Work well with others in a family environment *No Drugs *Good work ethic

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.

Volunteer Firefighter

The Kingston Fire Department (KFD) is an all-volunteer, full-service fire department providing world-class fire protection, code enforcement, and emergency medical response services. These services are provided through a highly-trained, dedicated and adaptable force of volunteers known as the Kingston Volunteer Fire Company. We are looking for new volunteers! Join today!!!! Find us on the web at: www.kingstonfire.net

18+ Years Old Positive & Driven Attitude Willing to help and serve the community

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.

Fire Fighter

The Live Oak Engine Company No.1 of the Rockville Centre Fire Department is currently accepting applications for positions as firefighters. As a member you will receive expert training in your assigned duties. Not only will you train to become a firefighter for the Rockville Centre community but you will earn the credentials to pursue a rewarding career in the emergency service field, if you choose to do so. It is not uncommon for volunteers to use their training as a stepping stone to a full-time career in the police, fire, or medical emergency fields. Live Oak Engine Company 1 has been providing emergency services for over 100 years, giving back, unselfishly, during fires, emergencies, and natural disasters such as hurricanes and snowstorms. We respond to hundreds of calls for assistance throughout the year. We help our fellow neighbors when they are in a time of need. We are a dynamic group of people, with various backgrounds and life experiences. We are lawyers, business people, architects, students, police officers, bankers, teachers, homemakers, and much more. We form a family of Volunteers committed to serving the Garden City community. What we do: Firefighting Vehicle Extrication Hazardous Materials Recognition and Response Drive/Operate Fire Apparatus Storm Assistance Fire Safety Education CPR AED Training The training you will receive to be a firefighter will help you develop knowledge and skills that can even help you while home or at work, during your everyday life. Membership will provide you some of the strongest social ties you’ll ever make will be with your fellow volunteers… people who share your commitment and ideals. New to the community? It is a great way to meet your neighbors and make new friends. Nothing beats the sense of fulfillment that comes from doing an important job well while helping your community.' If you are interested please stop by the fire house at 103 Maple Ave any Thursday or Sunday Morning.

Must be 18 Years old or older, and be a resident of the Village of Rockville Centre or surrounding area.

Paid On-Call Firefighter

ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBLITIES Performs a variety of firefighting activities including driving fire apparatus, operating pumps and related equipment, laying hose, and performing fire containment, extinguishment and overhaul tasks. Performs a variety of emergency service activities including administering first aid and providing other assistance as required. Participates in training, attends classes in firefighting, emergency service, hazardous materials, and related subjects. Operates radios and other communications equipment. Carries out duties in conformance with Federal, State, County and Local laws and Ordinances. Assists in the general maintenance of fire equipment, apparatus and facilities. Performs general maintenance work in the upkeep of fire facilities and equipment. Assists officers in developing plans for special assignments such as emergency preparedness, hazardous communications, training programs, firefighting, hazardous materials and emergency activities. Performs salvage operations. Other duties as required. These examples of duties are intended only as illustrations of the various types of work that may be 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. PERIPHERAL DUTIES Attends training and meetings as required or scheduled. TRAINING a. As required by MIOSHA Part 74 Rule 7411, and as specified by the department. b. Participation in mandated training. c. Firefighter Level I (Level II is preferred).

An equivalent combination of education and experience listed below may be considered. a. Must be 18 years of age and have High School diploma or GED equivalent. b. Must possess, or be able to obtain by the time of hire, a valid State of Michigan driver’s license without record of suspension or revocation in any state. c. U.S. Citizen. d. Must be able to read, write, and comprehend the English language. e. Ability to meet departmental physical standards. f. Must be insurable under the guidelines established by the City’s Liability Insurance Carrier. g. Successful completion of the training identified below. h. Must have an independent reliable source of transportation to the fire station. i. Must be able to work when called, in a fit, mental and physical condition in order to perform job duties and assigned tasks. This includes the willingness and ability to participate in a minimum of twenty-four (24) hours of annual training and development activities. j. Must have a functioning telephone. k. Must be able to work well and to perform work efficiently and productively under pressure, which may be caused by having to face critical and unexpected situations.

Volunteer Emergency Responder

Castine fire rescue department is always looking for community volunteers to help support our Emergency Services operations. Please contact us so that we can discuss how you might be able to help us, we have things that everybody of any ability can do to help support the rest of our community.

Please contact one of the chief officers so that we can discuss how you can best apply your skills and abilities to helping our operations and support of the safety of the Castine community.

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

Meridian Volunteer Fire Department is currently seeking persons to serve as volunteer firefighters.

Applicants must reside within the boundary of the fire district and be in good health and reasonable physical ability. Applicants must be able to maintain certain state and national certifications concerning FEMA and Homeland Security courses. Applicants must also maintain a basic life-saving certification card from the American Heart Association. Firefighters are required to attend bi-weekly meetings for training and apparatus maintenance.

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

Volunteer firefighter

Solway Rural Volunteer Fire Department is seeking additional volunteer firefighters. Serving three rural townships in Beltrami County, Minnesota, this department responds to wildland and structural fires and rescue situations, among other duties. A rewarding opportunity awaits for dedicated individuals who seek to make a difference in their community!

Previous firefighting experience is accepted but not required. Solway RVFD will provide the necessary training for individuals who show a desire to serve.

Firefighter

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

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

Firefighter

The Glencoe Fire Department is an all-volunteer department and is seeking committed, professional adults to fulfill volunteer firefighter positions in our community. There are immediate openings for firefighter 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 If you have any interest, please contact the station at 320-864-4310

Minimum requirements include: Valid MN Driver's License, must be 18 years of age or older and be able to pass criminal background check. Must live within a 5 minute response time of the station.

Volunteer Firefighters/First Responders

The Woodson Volunteer Fire Department is 100% volunteer, and we are always seeking quality individuals to join the department. Woodson VFD serves the community of Woodson, as well as Throckmorton County, and we provide mutual aid to surrounding counties. This is a unique opportunity for those looking to make a difference in our community. Members of the department respond to a wide variety of incidents, including structure fires, wildland fires, industrial emergencies, automobile accidents, and medical emergencies. Training is provided by the department, and can include training in both fire and emergency medical services. Training is conducted at the departmental level, in conjunction with other departments, and at area schools. As a member of the department, you will have the opportunity to participate in some of the largest, most demanding emergency situations in our area. You will get to see and do things most people will never have the opportunity to experience. If extinguishing a house fire, battling a large wildfire, or helping someone in need appeals to you, apply today!

To be eligible for membership, you must meet the following requirements: - Be at least 18 years of age - Be capable of lifting at least 50 pounds - Be capable of operating in demanding environments for extended periods of time - Be willing to train and reach certifications objectives in a timely manner - Attend meetings on the first, third, and fifth Monday of every month, in addition to some weekends - Refrain from the use of drugs and/or alcohol

Volunteer Firefighter

Looking motivated individuals who wish to take an active role in their community helping out their neighbors as a firefighter. All training is free and is provided by the Local Community College and after successful completion each candidate will hold all applicable state certifications. The Stanley Fire Department is a municipal combination department that protects 2.9 square miles and a population of 4,000 . Each individual is compensated for their time and is eligible for a state pension that is paid for by the department. Also we have Accidental and Sickness policy for all our members to provide in case of injury.

18 Years of Age Criminal Background check NC Issued Drivers License Reside within 6 mile radius Pre-Employment Drug Screening High School Graduate or GED Chiefs Interview Initial 6 month probation 36 Hours of annual FF training Respond to 20 % of calls

Fire Fighter

Fight fires, help your neighbor, and give back to our community.

Must be physically able to do most anything.

Emergency First Responders Needed

All 11 of Autauga County's volunteer response organizations are searching for personnel looking to make a difference in our community(ies). The Marbury, Pentecost, Booth, Jones, Autaugaville, Billingsley, Pine Level, White City, Independence and Old Kingston Fire Departments along with the Autauga County Rescue Squad all have positions to serve currently available. All gear and training is provided. Come help any one of these great organizations and help make Autauga County safer.

Prefer 18 years of age, clean driving record, team oriented.

Firefighter/ Engineer/ EMS - COPY

F/ Engineer/ EMR - Looking for committed individuals who wants to help save lives and protect property of their neighbors. While emergency calls are up, busy schedules and family commitments mean that fewer volunteers are available to answer the alarm. You can make the difference!!! Why consider being a volunteer firefighter? 1) The personal satisfaction of knowing you are making a difference for the people who live and work in our small rural community. 2) No-cost training opportunities for all types of emergency response, including firefighting, medical emergency response, disaster response, water rescue, forestry & wild land, and motor vehicle accidents. 3) An excellent way to receive training and on the job experience in preparation for a full-time firefighter position. 4) State & National certifications.

Talk to a department representative today. Feel free to email us at tammsfirerescue@outlook.com, call, or stop in. Applications also available at Village Hall.

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.

Entry level firefighters

We are at present under staffed and in need of energetic able bodied volunteers. We cover three separate communities and run out of three stations. Our day time response is limited and we need coverage.

Able bodied, energetic, willing to learn and participate in all aspects of the fire service. Able to attend entry level fire course at local community college. Attend all Tuesday night meetings and drills. Support the department by working fund raising events and public education at the local schools.

Emergency Scene Rehabilitation

Provided rehabilitation services at the scene of emergency incidents. Personnel would be responsible for ensuring fire department personnel are properly hydrated, medically evaluated, and able to function in a safe manner once completed with the process.

Valid driver license Clear criminal history

Volunteer Firefighter

The Trempealeau Volunteer Fire Department is an organization that is made up of members whom volunteer their time and talents to respond to all types of emergency calls 365 days a year and 24 hours a day. We currently have 30 paid-on-call volunteer fire and 20 EMS personnel that make up our department. Our department provides fire, search and rescue, emergency medical services, inspection, and public education services to our community. The fire department covers the Village of Trempealeau, Township of Trempealeau, and the Township of Caledonia. We cover about a 80 square miles area with a permanent residence of close to 4,400 people and growing rapidly. Although we are in a small, rural community, we must cover a challenging wide variety of different needs. We are on the border of two other counties and supply mutual aid within these counties as needed. We have three major highway systems within our coverage area and supply first response EMS to fires, accidents, and medical emergencies. The Fire Department and First Responders respond to all vehicle accidents in our coverage area, as well as to all fire calls. We border the Mississippi River and have a Federal lock and dam within our coverage area along with barge and recreational boat traffic. Burlington Northern Railroad also passes through our coverage area. Trempealeau is a popular tourist area offering a variety of recreational opportunities with Perrot State Park and two U.S. Fish and Wildlife National Wildlife Refuges within our coverage area.

*Must be 18 years of age *Must posses a high school diploma or GED *Must have a valid Class D drivers license *No Felony Convictions *Must live in the fire department coverage area.

Volunteer Probationary Firefighter

Springdale Fire Co. is looking for Volunteers to serve our community, and staff our rigs. We will provide you with the resources and equipment necessary to enroll in EMR/EMT, FF1/FF2 classes and any company related classes you choose to take. In the Springdale fire district we have an Engine, a Light Duty Rescue, and a City Of Stamford staffed engine to respond to all calls along side our volunteers. If you are interested please reach out to us, we are looking forward to hearing from you!

Ages 18+. Must pass a background check. Must pass a drug test. Must be a US Citizen. Must pass a Fit for duty physical examination (at our cost) Must have a flexible schedule for shifts, or station coverage events.

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.

Registered Nurse/ Nurse Practitioner/Physicians Assistant/Physician

Put your current medical skills* to use in our community and have the opportunity add EMS and/or optional Firefighting skills to them. *Nebraska Board of Emergency Medical Services Approved EMS Model Protocols Basic and Advanced Life Support All Provider Levels Originally Adopted 2012 Last Revised August 2021. ADVANCED LEVEL PROVIDERS FUNCTIONING WITH A BASIC LIFE SUPPORT SERVICE (Revised 10/1/2020) The licensed AEMT, EMT-I, or Paramedic when functioning as a member or employee of a licensed Basic Life Support Service, may only perform the skills and treatments listed within these protocols and listed in these protocols and the Nebraska Emergency Medical Services Practice Act. Registered Nurses when functioning as a member or employee of a licensed Basic Life Support Service may only perform the skills and treatments listed under the EMR and EMT sections within these protocols and listed in these protocols and the Nebraska Emergency Medical Services Practice Act. Exception nurses functioning under patient specific orders may, during a hospital-to-hospital transfer, function within the scope of practice of their nursing license. Mid-level practitioners and physician members of practice of his/her license with PMD approval..... Additional information about our department can be found on the City of Seward Nebraska Website and the Seward Fire/Rescue Facebook Page At 7:00 PM the 1st Wednesday of Each month the Department hosts interested recruits at our station for a meet and greet, station tour, truck inspections and Q & A. You can RSVP for this event by calling the Department President Mark Suhr 402-643-8165 in addition to completing this online form.

Must, be over 19 years of age and be of good moral character and agree to comply with the terms of our department bylaws. Members are required to live or work within Seward Nebraska Fire/Rescue District Once this form is submitted we will contact you and send an official application form to complete and department bylaws to review.

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

Recruit Firefighter or EMT

Northwest Fire Protection District is hiring paid per call Firefighters and EMT's for both of our stations that serve the northwest area of Rockford. Our department has a growing need due to a steadily increasing number of fire and medical call outs. No experience is necessary but commitment, respect and a willingness to learn is. New personnel will be required to have a Basic Fire Ops or EMT certification within 18 months of hire. Training is on Monday nights and Saturday mornings and you would be expected to attend and participate. If you're willing to leave home to help your community when you are not at your full time job, call (815) 963-8891 or stop at our Central Ave station for an application. Additional information about the department can be found on our website at www.nwfpdil.org or by liking our page on Facebook. Our department provides all of the needed uniforms and gear. We also offer tuition assistance and grants for training courses. Out of district applicants are welcome. Sleeping quarters are available for personnel that are working shifts while off of work at their other job.

Must be at least 18 years of age Must obtain a Basic Firefighter Operations or Emergency Medical Technician certification within 18 months of hire Must have a clean criminal background check Must commit to scheduled shifts or run a minimum of 15% of the call volume each month. Previous firefighting or EMS experience is preferred but not required.

Auxiliary member

Provide support to the three forks volunteer firefighters. By providing food for firefighters on long calls, helping with community events and fund raising.

Willing to help..

Firefighter

Firefighters wanted. Also support staff and Restricted Firefighters. We have all positions that can accommodate your ability.

Up to date physical and references.

Junior firefighter/Firefighter/EMT

If your looking to do one of the greatest jobs in the world and help your community then we want you.

Junior Firefighter-No experience necessary and still in high school Firefighter(interior) minimal NC Firefighter 1 18 or older and must pass station check off Firefighter(non-interior)no experience necessary must be 18 or older Firefighter/EMT-minimal NC Firefighter 1 and EMT-B

Administrative Volunteer

Volunteer provides service to the rescue stations throughout the city of Virginia Beach in an administrative capacity. Duties may include assisting with telephone calls, filing, mailings etc. May also include moving rescue vehicles for operation services.

Must be 18 years of age. High school diploma or GED required.

Volunteer

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

All training provided free of charge.

Firefighter / 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 Wolf Creek Fire Protection District is seeking applications to build an applicant list for volunteer firefighters for our current station one, as well as our future stations in the Coffman area and Libertyville/Knob Lick/Womack area. We offer in-house recruitment training monthly to prepare our probationary firefighters for a rewarding life of being a volunteer firefighter. Many of our volunteers who obtained their training through our district have went on to become full time career firefighters, EMT's and Paramedics. As a firefighter and emergency medical responder, the lives and property of those living in and traveling through our district rely on you. The training that you will receive as a probationary firefighter and rookie firefighter will help you develop valuable skills and knowledge to be successful in your role with the district. Our training program, as well as being a volunteer firefighter with our district requires drive, commitment and dedication consisting of two training sessions a month and one meeting per month. Your probationary period will last a minimum of three months with a rookie period continuing the rest of your first year. Evaluations will be conducted with you, the training officer and the chief officers at the 90 day period, 6 month period and end of your rookie year. If you have personal desire, dedication and courage, you too can become a volunteer firefighter with our district. It takes all three of these important traits to become a volunteer firefighter. If you are willing to accept this challenge, would like to make the commitment and put in the hard work, we may have a spot for you on our roster!

- Must be 18 years of age at the time of application interview and acceptance - Have and maintain a current Missouri motor vehicle operators license (must submit to driver background check) - Not have any felony convictions (must submit to criminal background check) - Must be in good physical condition

Volunteer Firefighter

We wish to welcome for membership anyone who lives within the Painted Post and Riverside areas. Our department is very enthusiastic and active in a multitude of emergency operations and skills. We work very hard and professionally to perform the tasks needed on the fire ground. We also take notice of family fun events within the department including picnics, diners, and other family activities. There is a job available for everyone and we look forward to your participation on our team.

You must be at least eighteen years old to fill out an application for membership to join the Painted Post Fire Department family. All your needed training, skills, and practices will be funded by the department. College reimbursement and credit may be granted by New York State. Please stop down to the fire station on any Monday night after 7pm, or ask the Village Clerk Monday through Thursday 9am-1pm & 2pm-4pm to receive an application.

Firefighters and EMRs

we need volunteer firefighters and Emergency medical responders , if you do not have the training but have the time we provide all the training either in house or at the state fire academy

18 years of age, be able to pass a background check and drug screening (random after first one )

Firefighter

If you are interested in the fire service we have drill on Monday night at 730pm please feel free to stop by and talk to one of our officers about the opportunity you will have with Indian Ford Fire District.

18 years or older and a clean criminal record.

Volunteer Emergency Medical Technician (all levels)

Volunteering as a Firefighter or Emergency Medical Technician with the Bailey's Crossroads Volunteer Fire Department can be very rewarding. Knowing that you've made a difference in the lives of the people you've helped is an excellent feeling. As a firefighter/EMT you will prepare to and respond to emergent and non-emergent alarms that include structural fires, medical emergencies, rescues, assistance calls, environmental emergencies, and all other related events for which citizens may request services. We work in partnership with the Fairfax County Fire and Rescue Department (FCFRD), one of the most progressive fire departments in the Nation. Training is provided at the FCFRD Academy. Significant time commitment is required. For additional information or to apply visit our website at: http://bxrvfd2.org/join-us.html

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

Firefighter

The Antwerp Fire Department is looking for Volunteers. We will train

Must be 18 years of age or older Must have a high school diploma/GED Must live in reasonable distance of Antwerp

Numerous operational and support positions

Need Volunteers to fill numerous operational and support positions.

No training required. We will training you.

Volunteer Firefighter

Black Creek Volunteer Fire Department is located just outside of the city limits of Wilson, NC and we are looking dedicated people that are willing to give their time and energy to help provide fire protection for our community. We have some of the best equipment that money can buy and are a progressive department that encourage our members to be involved and train as much as possible. This is a family oriented department and are looking members to continue our storied tradition of providing the best services to our community as possible. We are an ISO Class V agency.

-Must be 18 years of age. - Valid Drivers License -Be able to provide a criminal background check - Must be able to meet the minimum required 36 hours annual training - Must live within 2 miles of our fire district

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. If you want to help the Fire Department, but do not want to respond to calls, contact us, we have jobs for you also.

Want to be a firefighter or EMT. We Will Train You. Want to help the Fire Department but don't want to respond to calls contact us we have all kinds of jobs available.

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 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

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

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.

Volunteer Firefighter

Do you have the commitment, the dedication, and the drive to do something great? Have you always wanted to do more for your community, but you didn’t know how or where to start? Have you been longing to take on a new challenge and be a part of something big and impactful, where pride is the reward? By joining our family, you’re afforded the chance to truly make a difference in your community. This is your opportunity to get involved in something rewarding and meaningful. It’s the ultimate service to your community! No one knows the pride, privilege and bravery that come with being a firefighter like your fellow volunteers. Becoming a volunteer firefighter is not about what you look like, what degree you have, or where you came from. It’s about one thing – Heart! If you’ve got the heart to serve your community, you have just about everything you need to get started. We invite you to join a family that’ll always have your back and provide you with all of the training you need. You’ll learn skills to help your community during fires, medical emergencies, and car accidents, just to name a few. We have opportunities for you! As a volunteer firefighter, not only do you get the satisfaction of helping others, but you become part of a new family, a brotherhood and sisterhood unlike any you’ve ever known. You’ll develop life experience that will prepare you for any situation, receive training in life-saving equipment and technology, and gain friendships that last a lifetime. Do it for the pride, the honor of it all, and most of all, do it for your community who needs you. You will find it will be one of the best decisions of your life.

When you sign-up to be a volunteer firefighter, you’ll receive all the training you need. Volunteer firefighters are not assigned a shift, but are expected to respond from home to emergency calls. You’ll be provided with regularly scheduled training in order to maintain the high level of knowledge, skill, and ability necessary to function safely and effectively as part of our firefighting team. You can rest assured you’re making a huge difference in your community and doing so in the safest way possible thanks to the exceptional training provided to you. You might think at first that you don’t have the time – until you feel the honor of helping out your neighbors in a way that no one else can, when they truly need you. You’ll realize nothing is more worth your time. Meetings, drills, and work nights are held every Monday (excluding holidays) and begin promptly at 7PM.

Firefighter EMT

FF or EMT

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

EMT

Vol EMT

over 18 with emt cert or willing to get emt cert

firefighter/emt

We are a department that runs around 700 fire and ems calls a year we are in need of energetic members. We offer free training for members with advancement opportunities.

Minimum of 16 years old to start as a junior and 18 to be a firefighter

Firefighter

North Lenoir Volunteer Fire & Rescue is a group of dedicated volunteers serving more than 8,600 residents and a variety of commercial properties and manufacturing facilities in a 52.9 square mile district in northern Lenoir County, just outside of Kinston, NC. Our department consists of 3 stations, 10 apparatus and approximately 50 volunteer members that respond to more than 400 calls per year. We train regularly, constantly honing and learning new lifesaving skills as we work to provide the highest standard of professionalism in our community.

Membership of this department is a commitment. Members are required to maintain at least 36 hours of training each year (provided free of charge). Members are also required to attend monthly meetings and trainings. Any person of good moral character, physically sound, and who has attained the age of 18 may submit an application for admission to the department. The applicant must have a written application on file with the Board of Directors at least seven (7) days prior to the board meeting. Prospective members must physically reside within a six (6) mile radius of North Lenoir station 1, 2 or 3. No member shall have his or her name on the active roll of any other volunteer fire department. This does not apply to those who are members of volunteer rescue squads, volunteer EMS services, or paid fire departments. All applicants must undergo a complete criminal background check and driver history check before being submitted to the membership for approval. Prospective members may be required to have a medical physical and submit to a drug test before being accepted. Due to the work performed by our department and the duties required of its members, North Lenoir reserves the right to accept or reject this application due to the findings of these checks.

Vacancies in all positions at this time.

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

For more information please visit www.GDVFD18.Com

Firefighter & Fire Police Officers

Volunteer firefighters and fire police officers are needed.

Experience is not necessary; all training will be provided.

Reserve Firefighter

AFR is always looking for quality men and women with a desire to serve.

HS diploma or GED. Must live within 10 miles of the district.

Volunteer Members

We are looking volunteer members, That can assist in make emergency incident calls or just help out around the station or assist in fundraising.

Must be at least 18 years old.

Interior, Exterior, Driver

We are always looking for new members. Regardless of age, work schedule, physical conditions or other limitations. A willingness to commit time is the main requirement for membership. Please see our website (www.putnamvalleyfire.com) or stop by any Tuesday evening after 7PM or Sunday morning.

Willingness to learn and help in whatever capacity you are capable of.

Volunteer Firefighter (Paid on call)

Give back to your community Three Nights a Month and on calls when needed. We have averaged 58 to 70 calls per year. You will have two years to complete Firefighter 1, Firefighter 2, and Has mat trainings. All training is paid for by the department. Enjoy teambuilding and fellowship. Required: Be Able to Commit to Training Requirements, Respond to Calls in Timely Manner, Fill out Full Application, Pass a Written Test, Pass a Physical Agility Test, Pass a Background Check, Oral Interview, and Have a Current Drivers License.

Live with in the fire District, Applications available online at https://frazeecity.com/process.php?option=com_content&id=9 or Monday-Thursday 8am -4:30 at City Offices 222 East Main Ave Frazee, Or send a message and we will get one to you. Required: Be Able to Commit to Training Requirements, Respond to Calls in Timely Manner, Fill out Full Application, Pass a Written Test, Pass a Physical Agility Test, Pass a Background Check, Oral Interview, and Have a Current Drivers License.

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

Baroda Fire is accepting applications for Firefighters

High School Graduate, Valid Drivers License, Pre-employment screening

Paid Per Call Firefighter

PRIMARY OBJECTIVES To protect life and property through fire suppression, medical aid, public education, inspections, and other fire prevention duties. Serves under the direction of the Deputy Public Safety Director-Fire Services, Deputy Fire Chief, and other public safety supervisors. ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS 1. Responds to emergency and non-emergency incidents as a firefighter and emergency medical responder. 2. Performs firefighting activities, including driving fire apparatus, operating pumps and related equipment, laying hose, and other related tasks. 3. Responds to calls for emergency medical services, and renders first aid. 4. Maintains fire equipment and apparatus in accordance with department standards. 5. Completes reports, forms, and data entry into fire record management system and other related databases. 6. Works with local, state, and federal agencies. 7. Assists in conducting fire investigations as needed. 8. Assists with fire prevention and safety education efforts. 9. Participates in public safety training and meetings. 10. Performs other job related duties as apparent or assigned. KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES 1.Knowledge, proficiency, and accuracy in the use of computer applications and software, including Microsoft Office Suite (word processing, spreadsheet and power point presentations). 2. Strong verbal and written communication skills. 3. Ability to communicate effectively and professionally with all City staff, elected officials, and the general public. 4. Ability to establish and maintain effective work relationships with supervisors, co-workers, and the general public. 5. Ability to work independently and to prioritize work. 6. Knowledge of fire services procedures and practices. 7. Ability to maintain confidential and sensitive information. 8. Ability to work varied hours to attend meetings and accomplish the mission of the Public Safety Department

REQUIRED QUALIFICATIONS • Must have a high school diploma or equivalent. • Must have a valid Minnesota driver’s license. • Entry level firefighter position, no experience necessary. • Must successfully pass a background investigation, physical, psychological examination, and a one-year probationary period. • Must be able to pass an annual physical examination. • Ability to obtain the following certifications upon hire: Firefighter I & II, Hazardous Material Operational Certification, and Emergency Medical Responder (EMR).

VOLUNTEER fire fighter

Come join the Fairmount Fire Company and be part of tight nit awesome crew of people that help the Washington township and Tewksbury township residents.

We pay to send you to fire academy, Weekly meeting is Tuesday night. When the pager goes off you respond.

Firefighter

Entry level candidates always welcome. Come and join the fast-paced, sometimes dangerous and always rewarding volunteer fire service. Learn how to serve your fellow residents, travelers and businesses in their time of most need.

Min. age: [Junior firefighters, 14 - 17; Senior firefighters, 18 and up]. No prior criminal record. No physical limitations with the ability to wear protective clothing and breathing apparatus under stressful conditions. Resident within 3 miles of the fire station recommended. Although not required, prior firefighting, military or emergency services training, skills and abilities are desirous. We can train and provide free training, as needed.

EMT

Clark volunteer fire department, station 99. Looking for volunteers in our EMT/EMS divisions

Fully trained or currently training

Firefighter

The Carlstadt Fire Department is continuously seeking applicants for Firefighters and Junior Firefighters. You must be 16 years of age or older and a resident of Carlstadt to join. Anyone interested can fill out the online form below to contact a member of the recruitment committee. Anyone interested may also stop by any firehouse on Friday nights. You may also fill out the survey below and we will contact you as soon as possible.

Must be 16 years of age or older Must be a resident of Carlstadt for a minimum of 6 months

Volunteer Firefighter

Firefighters needed! Volunteer today! The Spearman Fire Department is looking for individuals with a desire to give back to their community and help their neighbors in need. The Spearman Fire Departments covers the City of Spearman and surrounding portions of Hansford County. We offer free training, safety equipment and a strong commitment to family and neighbors. No prior experience is required. Our training and business meetings are held every Thursday evening at 7pm. The fire station is located at 513 South Hazelwood Street in Spearman. Please stop in and speak with a member!

No experience needed, however a strong commitment to safety and willing to serve your commitment is required! We do require attendance at weekly drills so that you may be properly trained for safe operation at emergency scenes. The process to become a fully qualified firefighter is long, but rewarding. Your safety is our top priority! We do understand that life happens and you may not be able to attend all of the training meetings and we are flexible and will work with you.

Volunteer Firefighter

Vol. Firefighter is someone who responds to the fire house when they are free and available!

No Requirements needed

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.

Administrative Member

Administrative members provide the fire company with the skills required to run the 'business' side of the fire company. Administrative members can be firefighters as well. Being an administrative member requires knowledge in business and financial management, budget preparation, personnel management, and many other areas. Administrative members include the President, Vice President, Secretaries, Treasurers, and Trustees.

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.

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

Volunteers

Mangohick Vol. Fore Dept. is looking for individuals to volunteer 18+ hours monthly, in multiple roles to include firefighter, firefighter/ EMT, EMT-B/I/P , Aux. fundraising, Driver/operator, and other support roles.

Valid Driver's licenses, must run minimum 18+ unless in classes, clean driving record, the want and need to grow as a community member.

Volunteer Firefighter

Reliance Engine and Hose Company is one of 7 volunteer fire companies that comprise the Village of Port Chester NY Fire Department (3 Chiefs, 5 Engines, 2 Ladders, 1 Rescue, 1 Spare Engine, 2 Utility Vehicles). We are located approximately 20 miles north of New York City, within Westchester County on Long Island Sound. Our department provides fire protection for the Village of Port Chester, Village of Rye Brook, 2 interstates (I-95 and I-287), the Hutchinson River Parkway and Westchester County Airport (HPN). The districts we cover include a number challenges such as elementary, middle and high schools, dense urban along with suburban areas, a coastline, office parks, and North East Corridor train line (Metro North). We are ready 24/7/365 to respond to various emergencies such as fires, utility emergencies, motor vehicle accidents and other types of rescues. Our department averages around 1,100 calls for service each year thus we are always looking for men and women who are willing to become volunteer firefighters and help make a difference in our community.

Some of the minimum requirements: -18 Years or older -Clean criminal record/able to pass background check and DHS check. -Live or work within the fire district or surrounding fire districts. -Able to complete minimum of New York State Firefighter 1 certification -Willingness to learn, attend local drills as well as take additional New York State Firefighter certifications (Firefighter 2, Fire officer, Emergency Vehicle Operator, Engine Co. Operations, Rescue Tech, etc) -Respond to emergency calls -Work well within a team as well as be thoughtful and self guided when needed -Have a dedication to helping others in their time of need

Operational Volunteers - Firefighters and EMTs

Did you know nearly 2100 dedicated volunteers are on the front lines of fire and rescue service in Frederick County? Did you know that nearly 600 of these dedicated men and women are Operational volunteers? We are neighbors helping neighbors – and we would like YOU to join us! Our twenty-five departments have immediate openings for Firefighters, EMTs, Administrative and Auxiliary volunteers. All training is free when you volunteer with Frederick County Volunteer Fire and Rescue Services. Frederick County Volunteer Fire and Rescue Services has always been a fore leader that sets standards of excellence for firefighting, emergency medical services and community service. More important is the fact that with quality people and the county government’s support we are poised for an exciting future.

As a volunteer of Frederick County Fire & Rescue, part of being a medical emergency services provider and firefighter is the team-centered work environment. You will serve with other firefighters and emergency service professionals to rescue victims from car accidents, extinguish fires, and respond to many other types of emergency situations. Are you ready to GEAR UP? G = Goals E = Engagement A = Accountability R = Readiness, Results and Risks U = Understand P = Prepare Onself YOU want to make a difference in your community by providing the best care and public service possible.

Firefighter/EMT... Administrative Personnel

We are seeking community minded people with a desire to serve their community in the noblest way. Volunteer positions are currently available for Firefighter/EMS, EMS only and administrative members. The Mount Rainier Volunteer Fire Department, Inc., Prince Georges County Company 3, is one of two independent volunteer corporations operating out of the Bunker Hill Fire Station. The Bunker Hill Fire Station is located on the border of N.E. Washington DC, and just 5 miles from the White House. The station operates an Engine and Ambulance with both volunteer and career personnel. The main response area for the Bunker Hill Fire Station encompasses the towns of Mt. Rainier, Brentwood, North Brentwood, Cottage City and Colmar Manor. The station has a fully equipped kitchen, dayroom/lounge, laundry facilities, gym and private study areas. If you are already certified as a firefighter/EMT, and are looking for a home, we have 2 dorm rooms that are currently vacant. We also have a general bunkroom and a female only bunk room. We are close to the University of Maryland (4 miles), The Catholic University (3 miles), Howard University (4.5 miles) and Prince Georges Community College (9 miles) to name a few. We have Metro Bus service at our front door and are close to the Rhode Island Avenue and West Hyattsville Metro stations.

We are looking for both certified and beginner firefighters. For the beginners, training is provided at no cost to you. Once a member, the only limit to training opportunities is the limit of your desire to gain the knowledge to perform the duties of a firefighter/EMT..

Help your community

Looking for men and women who wants to help make a difference in their area with men and women that care. Make friends and enjoy helping. Must be atleast 16 years old

Desire to serve community

Firefighter

Volunteer Firefighter

Be Physically Fit. Have no Criminal record. Have good driving 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 18 years old and have valid drivers license. 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

Looking for community volunteers

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

Firefighter

West Mifflin #1 "Homeville" is located at 3900 Greensprings Avenue in West Mifflin, Pennsylvania. We are less than 10 miles from the City of Pittsburgh and average 400 calls a year. Our department is 100% volunteer and has over 40 members. We are in the need of both Firefighters and Junior Members. All training and equipment is included. Call or E-mail for more information! Also, feel free to stop down any Thursday night at 630PM during our weekly training drill. Contact@HomevilleVFC.com

Must be at least 16 years old. US Citizen. Required Clearances: Child Abuse History Clearance from the PA Department of Human Services, FBI Criminal Background Check and PA State Police Criminal Background Check Clearance.

Firefighter or EMT

This position is for certified (VA State, Pro Board or National Registered) Firefighter and/or EMT personnel. Live in program available and preference goes to certified members.

Firefighter 1 and Hazardous Materials Operations or EMT-B, NREMT, EMT-A, NREMT-P.

Firefighter & EMS First Responder

We are a busy department that are looking for people to volunteer their time and energy to the comunity in many different ways. We currently have positions avalible for Firefighter and EMS First Responders. No training required, we are willing to train.

You must be finished with high school Minimum of 18 years old Live with in the Knoxville Community Fire Protection District that includes Knoxville, Gilson and Appleton.

Junior Firefighter

Our department is looking for motivated individuals who are looking for a challenge and want to help their community. We serve a community of about 5 square miles and respond to approx 20-25 working structure fires each year. The community is still growing with a few shopping centers and mixed residential developments. All training is paid for 100% with no financial obligation from you. As a junior firefighter you will learn what you need to know starting with the basics while getting you ready to attend firefighter 1 once you become 18. All training is hands on skills.

To be eligible for junior membership you must be at east 14 years old and no older than 17. Once 18 you are eligible for our associate membership. All junior firefighter will follow all child labor laws set forth by the Department of Labor, and must have parental permission. Please contact us today for more information.

Volunteer Firefighters and EMTS

We are a combination department that covers 76 square miles and serve 9,000 citizens. Our average call volume is 1,000 per year, about 70% of that is medical calls. The department is actively looking for individuals interested in becoming firefighters and EMTs. All training is paid for and all equipment is provided.

Individuals 18 years and older, Valid driver's license, in good physical health, Ability to attend weekly training, Ability to be at the station for at least 2 12-hour shifts per month, Motivated and eager to learn, Team player

Volunteers

Volunteers are the backbone of what we do and who we are. Whether you’re a Firefighter, Emergency Medical Technician, Tender Driver, Rehab Support, or anything in between, we need you. Without the participation and the high level of dedication by these members, the services provided by Fire District 7 would be considerably different. Our ability to gain, maintain, and train new volunteers is a direct measurement of our ability to perform the essential functions of the district.

18 year old or older

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.

Firefighters and emergency medical responders

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

Ability to work hard

Volunteer On-Call Firefighter and/or EMT

The Oakham Fire Department (OFD) is seeking dedicated on-call firefighters and EMT's to assist in serving and protecting the residents of Oakham. These public service positions can be difficult and dangerous but the camaraderie and self-satisfaction in helping others in your community is truly rewarding. OFD will provide training for all committed applicants. If interested please stop in Fire Headquarters 178 Barre Road Monday nights or checkout our website at http://www.oakham-ma.gov/departments/fire.cfm and fill out an application!

If you are already a firefighter or EMT that is great but OFD will provide training for all committed applicants.

Firefighter

I’m a big fan of junior firefighter

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Emergency Medical Technician - Basic

Responds to calls when dispatched, gains access to the patient and assesses the extent of their injuries or illness; Provides life support services to stabilize persons in life threatening situations resulting from trauma and other medical emergencies; Communicates with dispatcher requesting additional assistance or services as necessary; Uses prescribed techniques and equipment to provide patient care and provide additional emergency care following established protocols; Seeks medical direction from Medical Control Physician and carries out orders as appropriate; Assists with lifting, carrying and properly loading patient into the ambulance; Reports verbally and in writing observations of the patient’s emergency and care provided to emergency department staff and assists as required; Replaces supplies, properly disposes of medical waste, cleans contaminated equipment according to established guidelines and maintains ambulance in operable condition; Receives and transmits communications from the public and agencies requesting emergency services; May assist in driving emergency services vehicles.

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 EMT-Basic course with Suffolk County EMS and pass the NYS EMT Exam, attend all OSHA training, gain working knowledge on all fire apparatus, become driver qualified on ambulances. EMS members must maintain their EMT-B certifaction for at least 10 years. Additional trainings upon joining will be discussed.

Engineer / Driver Operator

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

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

Firefighters Wanted

Plano Fire Department is seeking persons interested in joining and volunteering with our department. We cover 32.5 square miles in southern Warren County. We make approximately 375 runs per year. We provide fire, rescue, and medical services to the res

- Live in Plano fire district - Pass a criminal background check - Must be at least 18 years of age and hold a valid KY drivers license - Must come a certified firefighter within 2 years of joining (150 training hours)

Firefighter

Front line firefighters needed for growing community in Neptune, NJ. Engine and Truck work, lots of opportunities. All work schedules accepted as long as requirements are met. Length of Service awards program is included with full active membership. Only prospective active firefighters are requested to respond for these positions.

Must meet all requirements of Neptune Fire District, and Hamilton Fire Company. All requirements available and detailed upon application.

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Growing department over 700 calls a year needing active firefighter folks who will help fun raise to everything in between so don’t be afraid to help your neighbor we have a position for you With new threat levels its more important than ever to sign up and volunteer!!!!! Why because YOU can learn how to teach classes on home safety, disease control and disaster kits etc become part of the solution not the problem When Little JOE went missing everyone turned out to help ! MOST PEOPLE DIDNT HAVE ANY TRAINING TO HELP please join now so we can train u before we need u

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Firefighter

The Rogersville Volunteer Fire Department is currently accepting applications for the position of FIREFIGHTER.

Applicants must be at least 18 years of age Applicants must live or work within a reasonable distance of the Rogersville Fire Station (preferably 5 miles) Current driver's license

Firefighter, emr , search and rescue , support personnel

We are looking for volunteers for fire fighting , emergency medical , search and rescue and support.

Must be 21 years old with valid drivers license.

Fire fighter/First Responder

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

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

Firefighter

Various firefighter duties, upkeep of equipment, continued education and training, also assistance in fundraising, weekly bingo, fall and spring bashes, canal days booth ect.

If volunteering to be a firefighter, Applicants are required to complete modules 1-4 of The basic essentials of firefighting, also First aid, CPR, AED certification through PA dept of health.

Firefighter

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

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

Probationary Volunteer Firefighter

Ballville Volunteer Fire Department Inc. is a private, non-profit organization providing Ballville Township with fire suppression and rescue services. Our department is comprised of approximately 28 members servicing about 6500 citizens in the northern half of Ballville Township. The majority of our members have achieved Firefighter Level I and Medical First Responder Level. Our membership provides fire suppression and prevention services as well as rescue. Special rescue services include: swift water, ice, and deep water, trench collapse, structural collapse, confined space, high and low angle rope rescue, and hazmat. The mission of the Ballville Township Volunteer Fire Department is to provide the best possible support in any emergency and non-emergency situation to the citizens that are entrusted to our care. The Ballville Township Volunteer Fire Department will strive to become the best trained and equipped volunteer fire department in the county. Through extensive member training, the purchasing of state of the art equipment, and a staff of dedicated individuals, we plan on achieving this goal. We will answer the call for need in the most professional manner foreseeable no matter where, when, who, or why. We also will always value the community that supports us in every possible way so long as the ability is there. To be a member of the Ballville Township Volunteer Fire Department, will be to act and live as a leader and a role model to everyone.

To be a Ballville Firefighter you must meet certain department and state requirements. To qualify for membership, the applicant must: - Be at least 18 years old - Be a U.S. citizen - Not be in High School - Be physically capable to perform the duties of a firefighter - Have good moral character - Must not have been convicted of any felony, certain misdemenors, and have a good driving record (Background check will be conducted) ​ Once an applicant has become a member, other requirements include: - Maintain a current Ohio Firefighter certification - Obtain other certifications such as Hazardous Materials and Incident Command courses - Attend 75% of our monthly meetings and In-House trainings - Attend all department fundraisers - Assist in maintaing all equipment and buildings owned by the department

Paid on call firefighter

Paid on call firefighter EMT

Pass written, physical, psychological exam, physical agility test, interviews

Firefighter/Emergency Medical Responder/Support Services

We are a small volunteer fire department in the rural Northern Califonia mountains. Our district covers 84 square mile, 24 hours a day 365 days of the year. We are severly understaffed. We are always looking for volunteers for active fire/EMS duties or support servces off the fireline.

18+ Resident of Hayfork. Willing to work hard.

Volunteer Firefighter/Emergency Medical Responder, Volunteer Firefighter/EMT, Support Member

We are a small volunteer fire department in the mountain community of Plumas Eureka in Plumas County, California. We provide fire suppression in the structural and wildland/forest environments, emergency medical response at the Basic Life Support level, and rescue services including extrication and low angle. We also need support members for non-emergency roles such as fund-raising, recruiting, and fire prevention. We work closely with the Graeagle Fire Protection District with joint training and response. We are recruiting for new members in the categories listed.

For suppression: Local residency, 18 years old minimum, CA drivers license, no criminal record, good physical fitness, ability to attend weekly training sessions Wednesday 6-9pm, occasional weekend sessions, complete Quincy Fire Academy over 5 Saturdays in April and May, complete Emergency Medical Responder or EMT-1 training and maintain certification within 24 months of joining. For Support: Negotiable qualifications, training and time commitment based upon role.

Volunteer Firefighter

Continually recruiting volunteer firefighters for the Gunnison Volunteer Fire Department (GVFD).

Minimum Age: 18 Education: Minimum of High School Diploma or G.E.D. Residence: Must live within the boundaries of the Gunnison County Fire Protection District for at least one (1) year before applying. Must live or work within 6 road miles of the fire station at 217 W. New York Ave. Physical Standards: Must successfully pass a doctor's physical exam and pass a department physical agility test Other Qualifications: Must pass a background check and have a valid Colorado Driver's License. Probationary Period: One (1) year Testing Procedure: Background examination, personal interview, vote of the department onto inactive status, physical agility test, rookie training, vote of the department onto active status, probationary year, vote of the department to full membership.

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.

Relief Association Member

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

Willingness to help.

Firefighter

F.A.I.C. Volunteer Fire Department is a 100% volunteer department in McIntosh County Oklahoma. We are striving to improve our department to better serve our community in the most professional manner possible. We not only fight structure, grass and wildland fires, we respond to medical assist calls and participate in community events. With over 100 square miles and all of Lake Eufaula State Park in our fire district there is always something to do and ways to be involved.

Be 18 years of age. (We do have a Junior Firefighter Program for 13-18 year olds) Posses a valid drivers license. Complete F.A.I.C. Volunteer Application (can be downloaded at www.faicfirerescue.com) Complete the interview process. Pass background investigation.

Firefighters

Looking for men and women to apply for Volunteer Firefighters who want to join a active Volunteer Department we just took delivery of a 2000 Gal tanker and we also have Year old engine Please contact us for an application.

Must be 18 to apply

Volunteer Membership

Opportunity to join an engine company serving the East Side of Allegany County, MD. Our first due area encompasses parts of Interstate 68 and Rocky Gap State Park.

Willingness to volunteer! Fire suppression opportunities and support opportunities available with free training through the Maryland Fire-Rescue Institute.

Non-Fire/Rescue Support Positions

The Unicoi Volunteer Fire Department is currently seeking members to fill positions within our department to assist in areas of community-based fire education, fire prevention education, smoke detector installations, fire pre-planning, and rehab. These positions are great for individuals from 18+, individuals not interested in fire/rescue operations, retired individuals looking for something to do, or someone just looking for a place to serve within their community.

- be at least 18 y/o - valid drivers license - able to pass background check - no experience necessary, will provide required training - more info to be provided upon inquiring.

Firefighter/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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Multiple Positions Available

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

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

Volunteer Firefighter

THE GLASTONBURY FIRE DEPARTMENT NEEDS YOU! The Glastonbury Fire Department is currently recruiting new members. We are seeking new members who possess a desire to help and a passion for service, as well as a sense of pride and tradition. As a volunteer firefighter not only are you serving your community, but you personally gain the satisfaction of knowing that you are helping others that are in immediate need of assistance. You will also gain experience in a range of areas, including fire behavior and suppression, numerous life saving rescue techniques, as well as fire prevention.  The men and women of our department pride themselves in being one of the best-trained and equipped fire service organizations within the State of Connecticut.  There is nothing more rewarding than helping your neighbor. It is an awesome feeling that only you can experience yourself first hand.  If you ever thought about becoming a member, now is the time to get involved!

The Glastonbury Fire Department is a department within the Town of Glastonbury. The Town of Glastonbury and the Glastonbury Fire Department are Equal Opportunity Employers. Residents of the town, nonresidents gainfully employed within the town, and persons living in other towns with the ability to respond to emergencies in a timely fashion, are eligible for membership. Prospective members complete an online application available here: https://www.glastonbury-ct.gov/home/showdocument?id=22640 These instructions outline the application procedure: The Department will conduct a criminal and motor vehicle background check on an applicant. An applicant will be required to complete a fit for duty physical. False and/or incorrect information may be grounds for rejections of an application or subsequent dismissal from the Department. A copy of a valid Connecticut driver's license is required.

All Positions Available

We are looking for volunteers interested in becoming a firefighter, fire police, EMT and auxiliary support. Experienced individuals are great, but we will provide the inexperienced with the training you need. We are a family friendly department, and we understand there is life outside of the department. Especially looking for individuals that would be available during day time hours.

All applicants must pass a criminal background check.

Firefighter

Granville Fire Department is always looking for volunteers. If your looking for a big family that counts on each other even in the worst times then this is your place.

None. All training will be provided by the department.

Volunteer Firefighter/EMT

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

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

EMT, EMT-Advanced, EMT-Intermediate, EMT-Paramedic

Certified Emergency Medical Technician, Advanced, Intermediate or Paramedic trained personnel. Other required certifications may be obtained through the Virginia Beach EMS Training Center upon approval.

18 years of age. High School Diploma or GED. Good driving record with no less than -3 points. Clean background check. Pass a physical.

FF/EMT/Supporting Members

Lisbon Volunteer Fire Department is looking for Lisbon residents to support the fire department either by becoming a full member as a FireFighter, Emergency Medical Techiician or Responder, or as Fire Police. If none of these positions interest you we could still use your support as a social member in any number of positions such as a fundraiser, administrative, or just to help out around the station.

Clean local background check. iI interested in full membership pass an annual physical and earn a certification within the first year. Also if you live in a nearby community and are within 5 miles of the station we would love to have you!

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.

Firefighter

Volunteers needed.

A desire to serve and help your community.

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

Paid on call firefighter/ EMT

The City of Scandia is seeking quality people who want to serve their community. The fire department is now accepting applications for paid on call firefighters. Scandia Fire provides Fire and Rescue coverage for all of Scandia and a portion of May Township. Part-time/paid-on-call fire department. Receive an hourly wage when responding to calls and drills. Competitive retirement with +5 years of service.

Must live within 8 driving minutes of the Fire Station located on 15040 Scandia Trail- Must be18 years old or older with a valid MN driver’s license - High school diploma or equivalent -Pass a criminal background check and driver’s license record check -Must pass physical agility test. Must be certified as FF I and EMT-B, or be willing to commit to city paid training to that level within 2 years. Must respond to 20% of calls.

Volunteer FireFighter

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

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

Firefighter/EMT

Members of REINBECK FIRE DEPARTMENT appreciate your interest in joining our team. The Reinbeck Fire Department was first organized in 1892 with 15 original members organizing themselves into a “hose company”. Over 120 years have passed since then and the Reinbeck Fire Department has developed as a volunteer community & rural Fire, EMS & Rescue organization with a high degree of professionalism. We have significant responsibilities to the citizens of Reinbeck and the rural areas we serve & protect. We are stewards in our community and we work hard to preserve & protect life & property in our Fire & EMS district. In order to continue with the high standards we have set for ourselves & our citizens, a procedure has been established to screen applications for membership to the Reinbeck Fire Department.

If accepted as a member of the Reinbeck Fire Department, you will be expected to help maintain our high level of professionalism within our community as you are representing all members of this public safety department at any time. In order to accomplish this worthy task, you will be expected to maintain a valid driver’s license and reliable transportation. You will also be expected to be available to attend training sessions and give freely of your time to attend fires, EMS calls, meetings, drills / practice sessions and work on committees to help further the mission & vision of the Reinbeck Fire Department. Fire & EMS Training meetings are held the SECOND MONDAY of each month and Business meetings are held the LAST MONDAY of each month. There are also times that special training sessions are scheduled as needed and might be held on weekends. OTHER RESPONSIBILITIES INCLUDE: • Monthly equipment inspections & vehicle maintenance checks • Helping to maintain cleanliness of all vehicles & equipment • Personal gear & protective equipment checks • Station housekeeping duties • Maintaining any Fire / EMS or Rescue certifications that you may obtain as a member • Voting privileges • Submitting to a baseline physical exam to determine the ability to physically & safety perform the required duties of a firefighter

Banks Fire District Volunteer Firefighter

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

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

Firefighters

Looking for active firefighters

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

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!

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.

Firefighter

Firefighters are trained in firematic tactics to preserve property and life when it comes to fire related incidents as well as vehicle extrication and other rescue operations. Our department responds to all types of incidents, including but not limited to: structure fires, automatic fire alarms, vehicle accidents, brush fires, and more. All members are supplied with the appropriate training and PPE provided by the department. Members may also help with community education/PR, department support and fundraising.

Minimum age of 16 years old. Positive attitude and willingness to learn.

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

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. We accept Junior Firefighters starting at age 14. Honorary/Social/Supporting Members start at age 16. Full Firefighters are welcome at age 18 and up. 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. 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. Fire Company meetings are held once a month. The Division of Training conducts instruction and drills twice a month. All Firefighters must successfully complete firefighter recruit training (provided free of charge) at an approved Fire Academy (to be assigned by the department).

Firefighters must have a good heart--both physically and emotionally. We are always there to help so you must have a servant's soul. You must be brave--brave enough to stand up and say "I want to serve my community" and then follow through on the training and commitment needed to be successful. You must be totally and completely loyal and trustworthy to not only our neighbors who rely on us but also to your fellow firefighters who will be depending on you to back them up and keep each other safe. Only you can answer these three requirements. Beyond that, we will help make sure you have all the answers you need and all the info required for you to decide if the volunteer fire service is for you.

Firefighter/EMT

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

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

Volunteer Firefighter

The Village of Scotia Fire Department was formed in 1873. Over the years, the department has grown and evolved to meet the needs of the Village of Scotia. Volunteer firefighters have always been an active and essential component of the Village of Scotia Fire Department and your community needs more volunteers. We invite you to join a family that'll always have your back and train you to serve our community in ways few can.

Must be at least 18 years of age and live with in the fire district area

Volunteer Firefighters, EMT/First Responders

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

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

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 Firefighter

ESCAMBIA County Fire Rescue.is providing opportunities to train to become a volunteer firefighter. Serve your community, learn new skills, and work with teams! Provides a pathway to career if desired!

18 years of age and older Valid drivers license No felonies Pass a Physical Agility Test Drug screening

Volunteer Firefighter

Volunteer Firefighters assist the Fire Department with response to emergency incidents, assist with vehicle and equipment maintenance, and participate in training. Training is offer through a blended program that includes online web based, classroom, and on the job training. No experience necessary. All Personal Protective Equipment will be supplied by the Department.

Applications are available at Bay City Hall and the Bay City Fire Station.

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!

Volunteers

Hood River Fire & EMS in beautiful Hood River, OR is seeking Volunteer applicants for positions of Firefighters, EMTs and Support.

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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

Reserve Firefighter

Piperton Fire Department is looking for Volunteer Firefighters, EMT's and other First Responders to serve the community alongside full-time Firefighters in a variety of situations ranging from routine citizen assistance, medical emergencies and fires.

A Reserve Firefighter will attend scheduled trainings in order to maintain the high level of knowledge, skill and ability necessary to function safely and effectively as a firefighter and EMS provider

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.

Volenteer Firefighter

Since 1886 the Coraopolis Volunteer Fire Department has been servicing the borough of Coraopolis. We are always seeking new members. Become part of out team.

Minimum age 18 Background checks Physical Exam from MD DL

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.

Firefighter and/or EMT

The Town of Farmington is looking for dedicated and motivated members of the community to join the volunteer fire department. We provide the training and equipment, you provide the time and dedication. We respond to 4,000 fire & EMS calls 24/7. Help your community and learn skills that will broaden your horizons.

- Live 5 miles from a Town of Farmington Fire Station or work in town - 18 years old (14-17 able to join Cadets) - Dedicated - Motivated to learn new skills - Drivers License preferred

Firefighter (Station 55)

The Jackson TWP Volunteer Fire Company No. 1 is looking for new members from our community. Requirement equipment will be provided to you at no cost. We simply ask for your time and dedication. Besides helping your community, here are a few benefits that are provided - Uniform Allowance - Gym - LOSAP (retirement plan) - Annual Physical - NJ State Firemen's Association Benefits - Use of the banquet Hall - Dress uniform - Station uniform - Free Training

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. - Must be willing to attend the Fire Academy within one (1) year of joining at no cost to the member - Meetings, Drills, and Work Nights take place on Wednesday nights Starting at 7pm EST Residency Restrictions: Applicants must live within 5 miles of 113 N. New Prospect Road, or 200 Kierych Memorial Drive

FIRE FIGHTER, EMT/EMR, VOLUNTEERS OF ALL TPYES

SOUTH MERIDEN VOL. FIRE DEPARTMENT WAS ESTABLISHED IN 1908. CURRENTLY 22 MEMBERS WITH VARIOUS CERTIFICATIONS BOTH FIRE AND EMS AND CIVILIAN JOBS. OUR DEPARTMENT RESPONDS TO 700-1000+ CALLS FOR SERVICE A YEAR. THE DEPARTMENT IS LOOKING FOR VOLUNTEERS OF ALL SKILL LEVELS AND CERTIFICATIONS.

SMVFD REQUIRES MEMBERS (FIRE & EMS) TO BE CERTIFIED TO FIRE 1 AND EMT/EMR WITHIN THE FIRST 18 MONTHS OF START DATE. OTHER VOLUNTEERS WILL BE CASE BY CASE BASIS DEPENDING ON TYPE OF SERVICE PROVIDED

Probationary Members and Junior Cadets

New members wanted.

Be between the ages of 16-45. Berkeley Heights residents or residents of a bordering community. Call 908-464-0800 for more information.

Firefighter and/or EMT

WE are currently looking for anyone who looking to make a difference in their community. We offer ambulance response on a BLS truck willing to accept any Illinois EMT-B or EMT-P. We are also looking for volunteer firefighters to help. WE run both medical and fire. We are a 911 response department mostly rural area with a major interstate. We respond to medical, car accidents, fires, wild land, search and rescue, and more. If interested in a career in EMS this will be a great place to start as we hold EMT basic and first responded classes and will also train anyone to be a firefighter. Must attend one meeting and one training for fire applicants to be consider. Any question can call the fire house Sunday-Friday 0800-1600 we will be able answer question 1(618)669-0244 Ask for dennis lindley. All new applicants will revive free training with a lot of training for free

JR- 14 years old and passed 8 th grade with a all c or better grade FF-18 years old and high school diploma and or ged EMT- illinois IDPH EMT-B or EMT-P at least a minimum of EMR NO Felonies Drug testing and background checks during application process Must live in district or Within 5 miles for fire or Ems stay at fire house while on call if you live out of district

Firefighter, Jr. Fireman, Support Personnel

We have open positions for Firefighters, Jr. Firemen, and support personnel,

No previous experience is required. We will train you. All you need is an All-in attitude, motivation and a desire to help your neighbors.

Firefighter

Participate in all aspects and phases of firefighting

No prior training or experience required.

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.

EMT

The New Gretna Volunteer Fire Company is currently seeking EMTs, or those wishing to become EMTs. The Fire Company currently operates an EMS truck. This truck responds to all medical emergency, motor vehicle accidents and fire calls in Bass River Township. We also provide assistance to neighboring towns when requested.

Currently certified by the State of NJ as an EMT. a plus. Training will be arranged for those seeking certification.

Firefighter

Want to learn a new skill ? Help the community ? Make new friends ? Join up today no training needed we will send you for firefighting/EMT/driver/dispatcher.

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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.

FireFighter and First Responder

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

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

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.

Firefighter

We are looking for community members to become Volunteer Firefighters, Drivers/Pump Operators and EMT/Paramedics for our QRS service. Mt Bethel Fire Company was established in 1928. We cover the Second largest 2nd Class Township in Pennsylvania. We currently respond to 200-375 calls a year. We will provide all necessary training free of charge. Family 1st , Job 2nd, Fire company 3rd

Live within 10 miles of the Fire House. Certified in or complete Hazmat awareness, Nims 100/700 and Introduction to the fire service. (To start running calls) Firefighter 1 certification (with in a year to become a Firefighter) EVOC, Hazmat awareness, introduction to the fire service and Pump Operations to be a Driver/Operator EMR/EMT/Paramedic to run QRS calls

Volunteer

The Grattan Singer Fire Company is seeking interested men and woman, ages 14-100 to join our department. We are actively seeking volunteers who want to be firefighters, fire police (direct traffic), social (fundraising, and other events) Please feel free to stop by our station on any Tuesday Evening at 7pm to obtain more information, or to fill out an application.

Junior Members 14-18 General Members 18-100 Ability to pass criminal background check

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.

Paid on call Firefighter/EMT

We are a combination Department providing Fire, Rescue, and Emergency medical first response to our community consisting of 7500 residents. We are staffed 24 hours 7 days a week with one fulltime Firefighter and a full time Chief 8Hrs weekdays. We are currently seeking paid on call Firefighter/ EMT's. Applicants must live within a reasonable distance from our service area. We are seeking motivated individuals with a desire to serve the community and surrounding communities when needed.

Live within 7 miles of Carlisle Township Fire Department. Training provided to qualified individuals.

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/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

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.

firefighters, junior firefighters, fire police officers, board members

we need people to serve in emergency response and executive roles.

a willingness to serve the community , we will provide the training .

Miccosukee (Miccosukee/NE Leon County area) Fire Rescue needs Firefighters, Medical Responders, and/or Drivers!

Miccosukee Fire Rescue is looking for people with a heart to serve others above all else. There are many different ways to serve whether through medical response which many times can be first on scene to get basic vital signs and info to having to perform life saving CPR. Our department is also looking for firefighters to respond to fires, car wrecks, and other disaster type relief. There are also openings for drivers (Engine operations) which is the perfect opportunity for those along in age or with some physical limitations. The driver would get the engine on scene and help make connections to a water source and monitor the pressure. You can train for all of these positions or stick with one of the above categories based on your desired preference or abilities. All training is paid for by the county.

Requirements are all training paid by department/county and at a reasonable pace for working indivduals: - Incident Command Structure (ICS) - understanding who is in charge as more help arrives (city, state, and federal) - Emergency Vehicle Operation Course (EVOC) - how to safely operate an emergency vehicle - Emergency Medical Responder (EMR) - this is your basic starter medical course to respond to medical situations - Firefighter 1 (FF1) - This is a basic course to give you the ability to understand fire behavior all the way to entering a structure. - Wildland/Forestry - this course is designed to help you understand fire behavior when not contained by a structure and fueled by the outside elements. There are many courses up from these: EMT, Paramedic, FF2, and more if you desire to know more. -

Firefighter, EMT, Fire Police, Administration

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

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

Firefighter

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

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

Volunteer Firefighter / Fire Police / Fire Explorer

Our Mission: The mission of the Greenwich Fire Department (GFD) centers upon the preservation of life and property within the Town of Greenwich against the ravages of fire. The GFD is a combination fire department that consists of 106 uniformed career and approximately 85 volunteer firefighters who work together to accomplish this mission. Responding to over 4,200 emergency calls annually, the men and women of the GFD are trained and equipped to handle a wide range of threats. This all-hazard approach prepares our firefighters for many types of calls ranging from minor fire alarms to structure fires, motor vehicle accidents, and hazardous materials incidents. Fire apparatus consists of 13 Engines, 3 Ladder Trucks, 2 Tankers, Support Trucks, Brush Truck, Fire Police Patrol, and a Heavy Rescue. Volunteer Fire Companies: Station 1 (Headquarters): Amogerone Vol. Fire Co. No. 1 - http://www.amogerone.com/Amogerone/Home.html Station 2 (Cos Cob): Cos Cob Vol. Fire Co. No. 1 - http://www.coscobfire.org/ Station 2 (Cos Cob): Cos Cob Fire Police Patrol - https://ccfpp.org/ Station 3 (Byram): Byram Vol. Fire Dept. - http://www.byramvolunteerfiredepartment.org/ Station 4 (Glenville): Glenville Vol. Fire Co. - https://www.glenvillefire.org/ Station 5 (Sound Beach): Sound Beach Vol. Fire Dept. - https://www.soundbeachfire.org/ Station 6 (Round Hill): Round Hill Vol. Fire Co. - https://roundhillfiregreenwich.org/ Station 7 (Banksville): Banksville Ind. Fire Co. - https://www.banksvillefire.org/ Station 8 (North Street). All Career Station

Regular Department: - 18 years of age - Pass criminal screening and pre-employment physical - Complete intake interview with Vol. Coord. along with GFD Vol. application - Meet and Greet meeting with Chief of Dept. - Meet with Volunteer Officers to join Volunteer Fire Company - Attending monthly training and Company meeting Explorer Program: - 14-18 years of age - Signed permission slip by parent or legal guardian - Attend Explorer Events and training scheduled by the Advisors Training Requirements: - Enroll into CT Certification course, Firefighter I - Complete online blood borne training and mask fit testing - Completed 3 online ICS courses: 100, 200 and 700

Pre-certified VA Firefighter/EMT

Accepting applications for lateral volunteer firefighters looking to expand their knowledge and experience at an all volunteer station within Chesterfield Fire & EMS. We are a single Engine company station with a Brush truck. Come join our team!

Virginia Firefighter 1,2 Hazmat Awareness & Operations Virginia EMT ICS 100,200,700,800

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.

Firefighters and emergency medical responders

These are with a volunteer department in a town of 500 people with 2 schools and and older population of residents.

Tennessee requires 16 hours basic and 64 hour rookie class with live burns class is required by us. We pay for some training on a case by case basis.

Volunteer Firefighter

Currently seeking a motivated individual wishing to become a volunteer Firefighter within our department. This IS NOT a salaried / paid Firefighter position. 5-10 hours per week may be required, depending on call volume. Prior Emergency Services experience is preferred, but not required. We will educate and train any committed / motivated individual. www.iselinfire.org

- U.S. citizen - Between the ages of 18 and 45 - Must live within Iselin NJ or surrounding communities of Iselin ( ex: Colonia, Edison ) - Criminal background check - Valid NJ Drivers License - Must pass a physical examination (paid by fire department) - Drug test - Prior Emergency Services experience preferred, but not required. We will educate and train any committed / motivated individual.

Firefighter, EMT, Department Support

Chiloquin - Agency Lake Rural Fire Protection District is seeking Volunteer firefighters and EMT's. Chiloquin - Agency Lake RFPD will provide Fire and EMS training. We also provide weekly Fire and EMS training to meet and exceed the minimum continued education standards.

Be 18 years or older at the time of appointment. High school diploma or GED. Clean criminal background check. Oregon driving license.

Volunteer Firefighter

St. Clair Twp. Fire Department is in need of Volunteer Firefighters. Training and gear provided.

18 years old, high school graduate or GED. Able to perform skills required as a firefighter.

Somers Volunteer Fire Department

Do you have what it takes to become a member of the Somers Volunteer Fire Department? The SFD is always recruiting new members. What does it take? We are seeking those with an interest in firefighting and/or Emergency Medical Services. Founded in 1937,the Somers Fire Department has been operating for almost 85 years; but we can’t do it without your help!! Come join our team of highly dedicated and well trained members who are motivated by free training & equipment, state of the art apparatus. Typical candidates have the desire to help a stranger on their worst day, courage, assertiveness and the desire to work in adverse conditions. For more information and to take the next steps to becoming the next Somers Fire Department volunteer, please follow the steps on the right hand side of this screen to be contacted by a SFD recruiter. Check out this video to meet some of our members and hear what they love about being a part of our team! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AOgyikFBwyU

Must be at least 18 years of age (16 for junior members) Must pass a pre-employment physical Must pass a pre-employment background check and drug screen Residency requirements are dependent on membership status

Volunteer Firefighter

Volunteer Firefighters needed.

-18 yoa -High School Diploma -Pass drug test and physical

Fire Fighters, Driver Operators

The Moville Fire Department is an all volunteer department. We cover 94 square miles and respond an average of 45 times per year. Our calls vary from structure fires, vehicle rescue, water rescue to grass/field fires. We meet two times per month for a business meeting and training meeting.

New members are put on one year probation period. During the first three months of this period members are required to participate in a 24 hr essentials training along with attending business meetings. Members are required to take a State FF1 class at the earliest opportunity.

Volunteer Firefighter, QRS First Responder, Apparatus Engineer/Driver, Administrative Member, Support Members

Have you ever thought about becoming a volunteer fire fighter or Support Member? Whatever your interests, abilities or available time...we have been waiting for YOU! It is our community volunteers who make us who we are. Normal everyday people who just want to answer the call to help someone in their time of need. Not interested in Emergency Community Service? No problem! There are also associate / administrative / support volunteer opportunities that are as equally important to insure our continuing ability to serve the community. Please contact us for more information on joining the CVFC, or stop by the fire station any Tuesday evening. Take that first step in becoming the neighbor that your neighbors can't live without!

No experience necessary. Company Paid Training

Junior Firefighter

The Oldwick Fire Company is looking to recruit new volunteers for the position of Junior Firefighter. Firefighters help to minimize the effects of fire and other hazards within their community to protect life and property. We respond to fires, motor vehicle accidents, hazardous materials incidents, and other miscellaneous incidents which occur within Tewksbury Township and surrounding municipalities. Junior Firefighters have a unique opportunity to learn firefighting tactics, and aid Firefighters to make operations more efficient and safe. Find out more today about helping your community in a way nothing else can compare!

-Must be between the ages of 16 and 18 -All equipment and training is provided at no "out of pocket" cost to Junior members.

Volunteer FireFighter

Shiloh VFD is the third most active fire department in Limestone county behind Mexia Fire EMS and Groesbeck Fire Rescue. It is all not about fighting fire, there opportunities for first responders, storm spotting, communications, and rehab. We all have to work together to take care of and love Shiloh. We are actively seeking recruits.

Pass a Background Check. Physically capable of performing duties of firefighter or support personnel. Obey and follow directives of the VFD.

Help your community and make a difference

Bushkill Township encompasses 26 square miles of rural land with 8500 residents. We are growing everyday and are looking for motivated volunteers to join our team and keep our community safe. Firefighters, Emts, Fire Police, Social Hall, Building and Grounds, and more. If you have any time and willingness to volunteer give us a call or stop by the station.

None, all training provided.

Associate Firefighter

Our department is looking for motivated individuals who are looking for a challenge and want to help their community. We serve a community of about 5 square miles and respond to approx 20-25 working structure fires each year. The community is still growing with a few shopping centers and mixed residential developments. All training is paid for 100% with no financial obligation from you. As an associate firefighter you will learn what you need to know starting with the basics while prepping you to obtain your firefighter 1 certification and become an active member. All training is hands on skills.

Must be 18 years of age for associate membership and to be considered as an active interior firefighter once all credentials and prerequisites are met. If under the age of 18 please look for our junior membership where you will be able to participate in other classes and obtain several certifications depending on the age requirements for those classes.

Volunteer Firefighter

Looking for men and women to join our volunteer fire department. We are 100% volunteer and respond from our homes and/or places of employment. We respond to approximately 150 calls per year which mostly consist of medical assists. We meet once a month and hold department trainings at least twice a month.

*Must be 18 years of age or older. *Must live within the Fairview/Clinton are, or 5 minutes away from response boundaries. (We do not have a non-residential program set up yet). *Must be willing to attend trainings to obtain Mandatory Firefighter, Firefighter 1&2, Hazmat training, and EMS certifications. (These trainings are not held inhouse may require some short distance travel. *Be willing to respond to calls which can come in at any time, no matter day or night.

Probationary Firefighter

1. Responds to fire alarms and other emergency calls. 2. Controls and extinguishes fires, protects life and property, and maintains equipment as on-call firefighter and/or officer. 3. Selects hose nozzle, depending on type of fire, and directs stream of water or chemicals onto fire. Positions and climbs ladders to gain access to upper levels of building or to assist individuals from burning structure. Creates openings in buildings for ventilation or entrance, using axes, chisel, crowbar, various saws, and other power equipment. 4. Protects property from water and smoke by use of waterproof salvage covers, smoke ejectors, ventilation fans, etc. 5. Communicates with superiors during fire, using portable two-way radio. 6. Performs assigned duties in maintaining apparatus, station areas, buildings, and equipment. 7. Participates in business meetings, training sessions, demonstrations, and courses in hydraulics, pump operation and maintenance, and various fire fighting techniques. 8. May drive and operate fire fighting vehicles, apparatus, and equipment after passage of department annual driver training course. 9. Shall perform all duties on the fire ground under the supervision of an officer or senior firefighter. 10. Shall perform their duties under the supervision of the officer in charge while at the station. 11. Shall promptly respond to all alarms (when available) or other emergencies, and shall assist one another when executing the orders of superior officers. 12. When on standby shall remain in the area assigned until properly relieved. 13. Shall be responsible for becoming familiar with all department By-Laws, Rules, Regulations, Policies, Standard Operating Guidelines, and Practices. 14. May be a member of the Genesee County Hazardous Materials (HazMat) Team provided the following stipulations have been met: a. Firefighters shall be an employee in good standing, to join and remain a HazMat Team member. The firefighter shall not use the HazMat Team as an excuse to not perform their duties or not attend the minimum alarms or training sessions. b. If a new member, that person shall make application, through the Fire Chief, to the current HazMat Team Supervisor, and shall be subjected to the interview process without influence by the SCAFD. Previous members of the HazMat Team, while they were on another fire department, shall declare their intentions in writing to the Fire Chief. Regardless of status, a written advisement from the HazMat Supervisor shall be made to the Fire Chief indicating acceptance or denial to the HazMat Team. c. Firefighters shall be required to meet all the HazMat Team requirements stipulated. d. Friefighters shall be paid the hourly rate, normally paid as a SCAFD employee. e. Firefighters will not be allowed to be paid for both the HazMat Team and as a SCAFD employee for the same incident. The priority shall be declared by the firefighter at the time of incident. 15. This job description in no way states or implies that these are the only duties to be performed by the firefighter/officer. The firefighter/officer is required to follow all other instructions and to perform any other duties assigned by the Chief.

Minimum of 18 years old with high school degree or GED. Must pass a back ground check and physical with drug test. Must live in or near the Swartz Creek Area Fire Department Fire District (City of Swartz Creek or Charter Township of Clayton).

Volunteer Firefighter/EMT

Chelan County Fire District # 3 is currently accepting volunteer applications for our Recruit Academy scheduled for September 2022. Chelan County Fire Protection District #3 was established to provide fire protection services to the rural community surrounding the City of Leavenworth. In 2012 the fire district, by a vote of the community, annexed Leavenworth deleting those fire protection borders. Today Fire District #3 is a combination fire department responsible for protecting almost 30 square miles and over a billion dollars in assets. The department responds to close to 800 emergencies a year including structure fires, wildland fires, rail emergencies, haz-mat, motor vehicle accidents, and river rescue to name a few.

No experience required Applicants must reside within the confines of Fire District # 3 Must pass criminal background check

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.

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

LIVE-IN FIREFIGHTER

The Hershey Volunteer Fire Company, in an initiative to recruit and retain members, and in an effort to reduce response times and improve public safety, will provide facilities for approved candidates to live and sleep in the fire station. In exchange for free room and board, the live-in members will provide services to the fire company. There are many benefits including helping your community, being part of our family, insurance, training, top-quality exercise equipment, concerts, and picnics. The Hershey Volunteer Fire Company is the busiest all-volunteer department in Dauphin County, answering approximately 900 calls a year for service. We are also very involved in Fire Prevention year-round, as well as other public outreach events. Firefighters are the essential member of the department, responding to calls and preparing for responses. Live-ins provide 36 hours or more of "on-duty/assigned" time at the Hershey Volunteer Fire Company each week. Daily, weekly, and monthly chores are assigned. Benefits Free housing (in a bunk room, with one other person of the same gender). kitchen, gym, internet, washer/dryer, PPE, training, private shower rooms,

Complete probationary membership period with HVFC 18 years of age and a high school graduate or GED Essentials of Firefighting (Interior) or equivalent Hazmat awareness or higher CPR/AED, Bloodborne pathogens Substantial employment (30 hours plus per week) Full-time student Part-time student and employment of 16 plus hours per week. Minimum 2.5 GPA while in school

Firefighters, Junior Firefighters, Administrative

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

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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 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

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.

State of Colorado certified FFI or FFII State of Colorado HazMat Awareness, OPS, Tech Anyone with Wildland qualifications (S130/S190) and any other qualifications as well If you are not certified as a firefighter and are interested in training to become one, you are welcome to apply as well, we will help get you trained.

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.

Madison County Rescue Responder

We are a 24-7 vol. rescue squad we respond to everything from wrecks to searches county wide, we also respond to other counties when asked.

Must be willing to train and to come to meetings twice a month, as well as Public Events and other events when asked.

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.

Trainee

Looking for experienced and non experienced out going individuals with a team mind set. At Howard County it's not "I" it's "WE" .

For experienced firefighters training and certification need to be provided to the department. Trainees no experience required we will train you.

The Rocky Grove Volunteer Fire Department is looking for new members, both young and old!

There are many positions available. No training or experience is required. We will provide on-the-job training and pay the costs of formal training that you wish to attend. The hours are flexible and can accommodate as much or as little time as you can provide. We are always looking for junior firefighters (ages 14-18), firefighters, fire police, fund raising support (such as at our annual firemen's fair), and administrative support. There is no greater satisfaction than serving your community and helping neighbors in their time of need. Come out and see what we are all about. We would be happy to give you a tour and sit down with you one on one to talk about becoming a valuable member or our team.

The Rocky Grove Volunteer Fire Department does not have residency requirements. Most of out members are from Sugarcreek Borough and the Franklin regional area. You must not have been convicted of a felony and be able to pass basic background checks for criminal and child abuse history. Our schedules are flexible and take things into consideration for excused absences, such as work, family events, vacations, etc. We are happy to have any member for as much time as they can provide. We have one general business meeting per month, two work nights and two training nights per month. Over the past several years our call volume has been around 200 emergencies. That breaks down to around 15-20 per month. There are no minimum requirements on the number of calls, however, we appreciate all the help we can get at times.

Firefighter

Looking for junior and senior firefighters.

All training provided, Junior members must be 16 years old, senior members 18 with valid PA drivers license. Must pass back round check.

Volunteer all positions

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

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

Volunteer

Dammeron Valley Fire Department is looking for quality individuals who are able to spare some time to assist the community for medical and fire responses.

Ability to respond to the Fire Station in <10 minutes Willingness to get training certifications EMR or higher preferred but not required F1F2 preferred but not required

volunteer Firefighter/EMS-Responder

WHITEFISH FIRE DEPARTMENT 275 Flathead Avenue – PO Box 158 – Whitefish, Montana 59937 REFERENCE GUIDE VOLUNTEER APPLICATION PROCESS, INITIAL TRAINING REQUIREMENTS & MEMBERSHIP EXPECTATIONS Purpose: In order to provide depth and breadth to our career firefighter staffing the Whitefish Fire Department shall operate and maintain a group of volunteer firefighters. This guide is intended to layout the requirements for membership, the application process, and ongoing expectations of a volunteer firefighter for the City of Whitefish Fire Department. Scope: This Reference Guide is used as a tool to help potential candidates understand the process, requirements, and commitment they’re making should they decide to apply. This document does not supersede any rules, regulations, or policies of the City of Whitefish or the Whitefish Fire Department. If you have the DESIRE, the ABILITY, but most importantly the TIME we’d love to have you apply to volunteer as an Operational Reserve. Operational Reserves are volunteer firefighters who support our career Firefighter/EMS-Providers in any number of different job areas by responding to emergency calls and working as part of our team. Benefits: Free fire, hazmat, ICS, and wildland training with medical CE opportunities. Volunteer Firefighter Pension and the opportunity to serve the community. Limited per call reimbursement. Standard abbreviations AEMT – Advanced Emergency Medical Technician CIS – Critical Incident Stress CPAT – Candidate Physical Agility Test EMR – Emergency Medical Responder EMS – Emergency Medical Services EMT – Emergency Medical Technician IAFF – International Association of Fire Fighters (the labor union) IPAT – Incumbent Physical Agility Test NFPA – National Fire Protection Agency NWCG – National Wildland Coordinating Group PPE – Personal Protective Equipment SAP – Standard Administrative Policies SOG – Standard Operational Guidelines JPP-0511-2016 APPLICATION REQUIREMENTS {per Montana Code Annotated 7-33-4107 & the Whitefish FD} ___ 1. Must be a citizen of the United States; ___ 2. Must reside within the City of Whitefish or the surrounding Rural Fire Service Area; consideration may be given to applicants residing outside the Whitefish Fire Department response area based on the ability to meet the emergency response requirements. ___ 3. Must be 18-years of age or older; ___ 4. Must hold a valid high school diploma or GED; ___ 5. Must possess or be eligible for a valid Montana or out-of-state Driver’s License. A valid Montana Driver’s License must be obtained prior to completing probation; ___ 6. Must not have been convicted of a crime for which the applicant could have been imprisoned in a Federal or State penitentiary; and ___ 7. Shall be able to successfully complete the Whitefish Fire Department’s physical exam, appropriate CPAT (Candidate’s Physical Agility Test) and a comprehensive background check. APPLICATION PROCESS ___ 1. Submit a completed Whitefish Fire Department’s Operational Reserve Application; ___ 2. Submit a completed Personal Physician’s Approval form; ___ 3. Submit a copy of your current driver’s license and driver’s history report; ___ 4. Submit a list of three references we can contact; ___ 5. Meet with either the Fire Chief, other Chief Officer, or a Captain to: ___ - review job requirements and expectations (emphasis on the TIME COMMITMENT); ___ - sign background check permission forms; ___ - sign confidentiality form; ___ - schedule a 7am to 7pm ride-along with each shift (A, B, and C); and ___ - tour facility / Q&A. SELECTION PROCESS ___ 1. Applicant completes a ½ shift ride-along with A-shift; ___ 2. Applicant completes a ½ shift ride-along with B-shift; ___ 3. Applicant completes a ½ shift ride-along with C-shift; ___ 4. Applicant completes appropriate CPAT during any one of their ride-alongs; ___ 5. Officers meet and review; application, references, background check, and inputs from each shift ride-along. Selection is made. ___ 6. Applicant notified. JPP-0511-2016 MEMBERSHIP CLASSIFICATION TERMS Applicant: A person who has submitted a completed application and is active in the selection process. Probationary Firefighter: AKA Probie. The first 6-month period of time allowing the volunteer to learn the position, demonstrate the time commitment needed to be successful, and for the Fire Department’s Officers to evaluate a volunteer’s potential and performance. During the probationary period the Fire Chief may terminate a volunteer with or without cause. Candidate: A volunteer working towards completion of the initial training requirements for at least one of the volunteer firefighter job descriptions. Rookie: A firefighter during their first year on the job. A fire service tradition where a new firefighter demonstrates their commitment to the job, this is NOT a hazing period. During this year the new firefighter builds the relationships needed to be a successful member of our highly effective team. Operational: A firefighter who has met all the initial requirements and maintains the incumbent requirements for one or more of the specific volunteer firefighter job positions; Ambulance Driver, EMS-Provider, Exterior Firefighter, Interior Firefighter, Driver/Operator, or Commissioned Firefighter. Commissioned Firefighter: A firefighter who has met all the requirements for the all encompassing job of a Firefighter/EMS-Provider for the City of Whitefish Fire Department. {Same requirements as our career Firefighter/EMS-Providers} FIRE DEPARTMENT AND RELATED ORGANIZATIONS Whitefish Fire Department: A department within the City of Whitefish that through an intergovernmental agreement also provides fire and rescue services to the surrounding Whitefish Fire Service Area and EMS to a portion of the county through an agreement with Flathead County EMS. We are a combination fire department with firefighters who are paid to do the job and those who volunteer to do the job. Whitefish Fire Service Area: An area outside the City of Whitefish governed by an appointed Board of Trustees who contract with the City for fire protection. Whitefish Professional Firefighters Association: The full time career Firefighters’ and Company Officers’ (Captains and Lieutenants) labor union; IAFF Local 3995. JPP-0511-2016 Whitefish Firefighter Association, Inc.: A not-for-profit membership organization made up of all operational firefighters (Chief Officers and Firefighters: career, part-time, and volunteer) organized to support the mission of the Whitefish Fire Department. Fire Department Relief Association of the City of Whitefish, Inc.: An organization that monitors and manages the volunteer firefighter pension funds. {Montana Code Annotated Title 19, Chapter 18}. FIRE DEPARTMENT POSITIONS Fire Chief: Shall have sole command and control over all persons connected with the fire department {Montana Code Annotated 7-33-4104}. Assistant Chief(s): Shall assist the Fire Chief and in the Chief’s absence perform the Chief’s duties. The City Council shall determine the number of Assistant Fire Chiefs. Fire Marshal: Assists the Fire Chief in providing fire prevention and investigation services for the City of Whitefish. This position may be combined with an Assistant Chief position. Captain: One of three on-duty shift managers that run the day to day operations of the fire department during their shift. Captains are members of IAFF Local 3995. Lieutenant: A layer of supervision that would assist the Captains, at this time the Whitefish Fire Department does not fill this position. Lieutenants would be members of IAFF Local 3995. Career Firefighters: Are Commissioned Firefighters that are full time employees working for the City of Whitefish and members of IAFF Local 3995. Part-Time Firefighters: Are Commissioned Firefighters that are unscheduled part-time employees of the City of Whitefish that respond to emergency incidents and may fill a career slot per the City’s agreement with IAFF 3995. Part-time Firefighters are not represented by the union, IAFF 3995. Operational Reserve Firefighters: Are volunteer Firefighters who fill one or more of the specific volunteer job positions in support of the fire department’s emergency response. Non-Operational Reserves: Are volunteers who donate their time to assist the fire department in their area of expertise that does not include emergency response, for example; clerical, historian, chaplain, or other duties as agreed to by the Fire Chief. JPP-0511-2016 INITIAL APPLICATION PAPERWORK CHECK-LIST: ___ - Completed application ___ - List of References we can contact ___ - Completed Physician Approval Form ___ - Copy of High School Diploma or GED ___ - Copy of Montana Driver’s License ___ - Copy of Driver’s History Report ___ - Copy of any Fire, EMS, Wildland or Rescue certifications ___ - Completed CPAT (Whitefish’s Candidate Physical Agility Test) ___ - Completed I-9 ___ - Successful background check ___ - Completed Emergency Contact Sheet ___ - Signed Acknowledgement City’s Personnel Policy INITIAL ISSUED PAPERWORK, PPE, UNIFORMS, ETC. ___ - Copy of the City of Whitefish Rules and Regulations; ___ - Copy of the Whitefish Fire Department’s SAPs and SOGs; ___ - Probationary Red Rookie tee shirt; ___ - Blue BDU pants provided by candidate; ___ - Black boots or shoes provided by candidate; ___ - PPE based on job position working towards, provided by the fire dept.; ___ - Gear locker space at station 21 INITIAL WHITEFISH FIRE DEPARTMENT ORIENTATION TRAINING ___ - Intro to the City of Whitefish Fire Department ___ - City Policy, FD’s SAPs and SOGs ___ - Chain of Command ___ - HIPAA ___ - Infection Control ___ - Paper Work (attendance, training, roster, 1st report of injury, etc.) ___ - HAZCOM / MSDS ___ - Lockout / Tagout ___ - CIS INITIAL WFD TRAINING, REQUIRED OF ALL OPERATIONAL POSITIONS ___ - American Heart Association’s CPR for the Professional Rescuer ___ - FEMA’s Incident Command IS-700, IS-100, and IS-200 (available online) ___ - Hazmat Awareness per NFPA 472 JPP-0511-2016 INITIAL TRAINING FOR EACH VOLUNTEER OPERATIONAL POSITION Operational reserves are volunteers who fill one or more of our Whitefish Fire Department job positions. A volunteer shall be classified as probationary for at least 6-months, and until they complete at least one of the operational reserve positions. Any probationary member failing to complete the requirements for at least one position within the year will automatically be dropped from the operational reserve rolls. Initial Training for Operational Reserve Ambulance Driver ___ - Must have completed all the Initial FD Orientation Training (see above). ___ - Must have completed all the Initial FD Operational Training (see above). ___ - Must hold a valid Montana EMR, EMT, AEMT, or Paramedic license. ___ - Successfully completed the Whitefish FD’s Emergency Vehicle Driver Course. ___ - Successfully complete the WFD’s Ambulance Driver Task Book with approval signatures from each shift Captain. Initial Training for Operational Reserve EMS Provider ___ - Must have completed all the Initial FD Orientation Training (see above). ___ - Must have completed all the Initial FD Operational Training (see above). ___ - Must hold a valid Montana EMT, AEMT, or Paramedic license. ___ - Successfully complete the WFD’s EMS-Provider Task Book with approval signatures from each shift Captain. Initial Training for Operational Reserve Exterior Firefighter (non-SCBA use) ___ - Must have completed all the Initial FD Orientation Training (see above). ___ - Must have completed all the Initial FD Operational Training (see above). ___ - Must complete the following portions of NFPA Firefighter 1 - Fire Service History - NFPA 1500 Safety - Accountability - PPE - Communications - Fire Behavior - Building Construction - Scene lighting - Fire extinguishers - Rope webbing knots - Forcible entry - Ground ladders - Water Supply - Fire Hose - Public Education - Fire Inspection / preplanning ___ - May complete NWCG Wildland Firefighter Type 2 (FFT2) JPP-0511-2016 Initial Training for Operational Reserve Interior Firefighter ___ - Must have completed all the Initial FD Orientation Training (see above). ___ - Must have completed all the Initial FD Operational Training (see above). ___ - Must successfully complete NFPA’s Hazardous Material Awareness & Operations ___ - Must successfully complete NFPA’s Firefighter I and II ___ - Must successfully complete NWCG’s Wildland Firefighter Type 2 (FFT2) Initial Training for Operational Reserve Driver / Operator ___ - Must have completed all the Initial FD Orientation Training (see above). ___ - Must have completed all the Initial FD Operational Training (see above). ___ - Successfully completed the Whitefish FD’s Emergency Vehicle Driver Course. ___ - Successfully complete each of the WFD’s Driver Task Book with approval from each shift Captain for each vehicle category: - Brush trucks (type 6 engines) - Tenders - Rescue - Fire Engines (type 1 engines) ___ - May complete WFD’s Driver Task Books with Captains’ approval for: - UTV - Hover Craft - Fire Boat Initial Training for an “Extra Board” position which would allow the volunteer to fill a vacancy in the onduty staffing level when none of the career staff is available. ___ - Operational Reserve EMS-Provider ___ - Operational Reserve Interior Firefighter ___ - Operational Reserve Driver / Operator INCUMBENT MEMBERS’ REQUIREMENTS In order to truly meet the purpose of the WFD Volunteer Program our volunteers’ must respond to emergency calls and assist the career staff in meeting the operational duties of the Whitefish Fire Department. Emergency response is a PARTICIPATION team activity. As Chief Alan Brunacini says, “It’s all about who shows up and goes to work”. To be quite honest for those volunteers interested in the position of Ambulance Driver and/or EMS-Provider that means: 1. Spending time at the station where the Captain can assign you a position on our 1st out ambulance. 2. Being on-call where the Captain could contact you for our scheduled IFT. 3. Respond to the station whenever the 1st ambulance rolls to cover the 2nd out ambulance. For those volunteers interested I assisting during fire and rescue situations you either need to be here to respond with the crew or be cleared to drive and operate our vehicles so when you respond you can bring equipment to the scene. JPP-0511-2016 INCUMBENT TRAINING REQUIREMENTS **Under development** Once a volunteer is cleared to operate in one or more of the job positions they must maintain the position by meeting the MINIMUM requirements for each position listed below. Besides the training requirements placed upon us by governing agencies like OSHA, Montana’s Board of Medical Examiners, FEMA, NWCG, ISO, and the NFPA, to name a few, firefighting is a team sport and we must practice together as a team. The world we operate in is always changing so we must maintain the knowledge and skills obtained during our initial training and develop new knowledge and skills to keep pace with our changing world. More important that an individual’s knowledge and skills is synergy of our team that can only be developed by training and working together. In the nut shell that means, “SHOW UP”. Training for Operational Reserve Ambulance Driver ___ - Must maintain a valid Montana EMR, EMT, AEMT, or Paramedic license. ___ - Must attend a yearly driver safety training Training for Operational Reserve EMS Provider ___ - Must maintain a valid Montana EMT, AEMT, or Paramedic license. ___ - Must attend XX-hours of EMS training per year Training for Operational Reserve Exterior Firefighter (non-SCBA use) ___ - Must attend XX-hours of Firefighter Training per year ___ - Must attend XX-hours of Hazmat Training per year ___ - Must attend XX-hours of Wildland Training per year Training for Operational Reserve Interior Firefighter ___ - Must attend XX-hours of Firefighter Training per year ___ - Must attend XX-hours of smoke/live-fire training per year ___ - Must attend XX-hours of Hazmat Training per year ___ - Must attend XX-hours of Wildland Training per year Training for Operational Reserve Driver / Operator ___ - Must attend a yearly driver safety training ___ - Must attend XX-hours of fire training per year Training for an Extra Board position are required to maintain all of the following: ___ - Operational Reserve EMS-Provider ___ - Operational Reserve Interior Firefighter ___ - Operational Reserve Driver / Operator

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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/

Part-Time Firefighter

Preform Medical First Response To The Citizens of Crockery Township Preform Fire Fighting Operations Preform Equipment Maintenance Attend Department Training's All training is not only paid for but also time in training is paid for as well.

Min. Age 18 High School Diploma or Equivalent Valid Drivers Licence Able To pass a Background Check Live With-In a 12 Minute Response Time of The Station

firefighters and first responders

van dyne fire department was formed in 1929. we are located in fond du lac county, Wisconsin. van dyne is a small unincorporated village located between fond du lac and Oshkosh. we serve about 5000 people in the town of friendship in fond du lac county and the town of black wolf in Winnebago county. we average about 200 first responder calls and 60 fire calls a year.

new recruits are required to take the Wisconsin entry level firefighter class and the first responder class, and attend monthly meetings and trainings. new recruits must live or work in one of the two townships.

Firefighter

We're looking for some more faces of people that like and want to serve their community. No experience necessary. Just a willingness to learn, work hard, and be proud of yourself!

Must be 18 or older, have a clean driving history and be able to pass a background check. If you aren't sure, give us a call anyway. It may be something we can work with. If you're between 16 and 18, we'd love for you to join us in our Junior program. Same great training as adult members and you can earn community service hours at the same time!

Fire Fighters, EMTs, First Responders, and Fire Police Needed

All Volunteer Mountain Top Community ... We provide Fire Fighting and first response for the Cragsmoor Fire District. As well as ... Wild Land Fire Protection Rope, Search and Rescue Operations and Mutual Aid for Surrounding Districts

Must Pass a Physical and NY State Background Check, Possess Vaild Drivers License Training will be provided by the District

FIREIFGHTER OR EMS PROVIDER - COPY

The Jericho Fire Department is looking for you, our community to join the ranks of the Jericho Fire Department. We are looking for firefighters or Ems level personnel. We now offer hours per month. Please inquire

18 years and older Good physical shape and condition Live within the Jericho Ny community

Firefighter/First Responder

Dry Creek Fire & Rescue has openings for Firefighter/First Responder. All training and equipment provided free of charge.

Must pass physical No pending criminal cases Must have high school diploma or equivalent Must possess valid drivers license Must have cell phone Must live within ten minute response area of Dry Creek Fire Station

Firefighter

Full Time - Be willing and able to respond to emergencies when called upon, train to be prepared and assist with everyday functions at the station all year long. Seasonal Member - Be available to respond to emergencies when called upon, train to be prepared and assist with everyday functions at the station at least 180 days a year

Full Time - Physically able to do the job, willing to attend the training and drills needed to be an active member. NO TRAINING REQUIRED Seasonal Member - MUST BE TRAINED, physically able to do the job and spend a good amount of time throughout the year within the response area.

Volunteer Firefighter

The Naches Heights Fire Department is an all-volunteer department that was formed in 1950 for fire protection in the Highland area of Naches Heights and the south lower Naches area of Yakima County. Naches Heights responds to approximately 125 calls per year; 70% of these calls are fires, while 30% are emergency medical. Our roster consists of 22 members, 13 of which are EMTs. These members of the fire department, who are your friends and neighbors, pride themselves on being trained and equipped to respond to any incident within our district at any time. No matter what, our patrons know that when they call for assistance, our firefighters will always respond. The apple logos on our apparatus stand as a tribute to the farmers who helped organize the department more than sixty years ago.

Please contact for further information on joining!

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.

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.

Support Squad

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.

None

Firefighter/ Support Volunteer

Carlisle Fire & Rescue Services is looking for help from the community. We need volunteers to help us with our mission of protecting lives and property in the Carlisle area. While we always have a need for firefighters and rescue technicians, we are also looking for help with jobs you may not associate with the fire department. We need help with administrative duties (clerical work), help with raising funds, general maintenance to equipment and facilities, and many more odd jobs that require the time of our volunteers. It could be simple things like helping to trim trees or mow the grass! Every effort that our volunteers make contributes to our overall mission. If you have some time and are willing to learn new skills OR bring your current skills & talents to our organization, PLEASE go to www.carlislefire.net and fill out an application! If you have any questions, please send us a message. Thank you!

A willingness to learn and some time to participate are the only initial requirements. Based on your level of interest, we can help you find a path that suits your skill set and available commitment.

Volunteer Firefighter

Yakima County Fire District #1 (Highland) is an all volunteer department that provides fire and emergency services to the Cowiche and Tieton areas of Yakima County. Please visit our fire station at 330 Cowiche City Road for further information.

Potential applicants are preferred to live within fire district boundaries, however, please contact for more information on joining!

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.

Non-Emergency Volunteers Needed

Garfield County Fire District 1 is in need of volunteers to work in non-emergency roles. If you are wanting to give back to your community and help the fire department, but don’t want to be a responder, we could use your help. GCFD1 is in need of volunteers to work on a wide range of non-emergency related activities. Some of these activities include: helping in the office with administrative activities; working with on-duty staff to complete rig checks and maintenance; cleaning the office, training room, apparatus bays, etc.; yard work and outdoor maintenance; building or setting up props for trainings; and other miscellaneous activities where we could just use an extra set of hands. Being a non-emergency volunteer has very flexible hours. You can volunteer routinely or as we need help, the choice is yours. No training is required, but we will give clear directions on whatever you will be working on. While the emergency responders may get all the ‘glory’, it is our non-emergency volunteers working in the background that keeps this place going. Call or stop by the station and we’ll be happy to answer all your questions.

Willingness to help the fire department

Firefighters/EMT's

We have current openings for both firefighters and EMS personnel. Full training available for both catogories.

Resident of the Cutchogue Fire District, at least 18 years of age and a desire to help the community that you live in.

Junior Firefighter

As a jr firefighter you can sever your community in many ways. You can run calls and learn from senior firefighters. You can take classes and help with fundraising.

14-17 years old with a workers permit.

Volunteer Firefighter

Volunteer Firefighters needed to help keep our mission going strong - to deliver to the citizens of the Town of Woodbury the highest degree of protection of life, property and the environment that is technologically possible and economically feasible. This service shall be provided in the safest and most efficient manner possible.

Be 18 at least 18 years old - Live in Woodbury, CT and want to be part of a bigger "family" which helps the community in a time of need. NO previous experience required. We will train.

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

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 Fire Fighter

To work and serve the very community that you may even live in. To give back to the community and have a feeling of self preservation.

Minimum requirements 18 year old Not convicted of any felony Good moral character

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

Our District covers 212 square miles in the western portion of Taney County, completely surrounding the vacation mecca of Branson, Missouri, and responding from twelve fire/rescue stations strategically spaced throughout the district. We have a resident population of more than 27,000 with over seven million tourists in the area every year that either stay in or travel through our district to visit Branson. The District protects a diverse area of beautiful hills and lakes in the "Ozarks" plateau. Unique protection and response challenges are posed in this area along with regular fire responses, including protecting densely populated areas with condos, water emergencies on one of the three lakes, wildland interface issues and very rural coverage areas. We are all volunteer with a small paid support staff. The district operates three specialty teams for Haz-Mat, technical rescue and water rescue. Three of our stations have resident quarters to allow firefighters to live there. One of our station even has two three bedroom apartments for your entire family to live there for a very reduced rent. Thank you for showing an interest in the Western Taney County Fire District.

18 years of age, must be able to pass a physical, general aptitude written test and physical agility test as well as a back ground check. We provide all the equipment and training. Initially you have to complete our basic training course which is three weekends long and then there are several classes you have to complete within one year to become a "regular" firefighter. You need to be able to meet the above requirements and have the time to come to at least 12 regular trainings (we offer 34) a year and respond to 15% of the calls. We also offer many other classes at no cost, like FF1 & FF2, haz-mat awareness & operations, pumps, driver/operator and all the needed classes for our special teams. If you like training and running calls, this is the place for you!

Volunteer firefighter

Merrillville fire department is currently seeking volunteer firefighters at all locations. Becoming a firefighter give you the opportunity to be a part of the community and help others in their time of need. Merrillville fire department is active with four stations covering 38.5 mi.² and responding to an average of 1700 fire and EMS related calls annually. Applicants must be at least 18 years of age and reside in Ross Township. Applications can be picked up at Station 71 located at 18 W. 73rd Ave., Merrillville from 7 AM to 5 PM. Trainings are held at every station on Tuesdays at 7 PM .stop by and see what we do! We need your help in protecting the citizens of Ross Township in the Town of Merrillville. As a volunteer firefighter you you will be responding to any additional calls while duty crew is out, fire alarms, multi vehicle accident with extrication, and any mutually or extra manpower needed calls.

•Must reside in Ross Township • 18 years of age or older • positive attitude, dedication, and willingness to learn

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.

Firefighter/ Engineer/ EMT/ EMR/ Support Personnel - Volunteer Status

Description Firefighter/EMR's/EMT's under general supervision perform fire prevention, fire suppression, hazardous material incident response and emergency rescue and medical assistance duties to protect life and property; performs related responsibilities as required. • Conduct fire safety, home safety, fire extinguisher and pre-fire planning inspections. • Provide information to the public, install smoke detectors, conduct station tours, visit schools, and participate in public education standbys. • Work involves serving the public. • Work requires cooperative/supportive interaction with co-workers, supervisors, doctors and other healthcare workers. • Work requires interaction with representatives of other fire departments and local, state and federal agencies. • Performs fire suppression duties by responding to emergency fire alarms. • Assists in the suppression of structural, residential, commercial, industrial, chemical, petroleum, vehicle, aircraft and Wildland fires; applying the appropriate extinguishing agents to the source of the fire. • Operates various pieces of fire equipment and gear for fire suppression and control; drives and operates fire apparatus; search and rescue; ventilation and salvage operations. • Provides written reports detailing specific firefighting and rescue actions taken on scene. • Responds to emergency medical calls by evaluating situations. • Provides emergency and non-emergency medical procedures both on scene and in a moving vehicle. • Treat patients in accordance with established Emergency Medical Service Protocols and Department policy. • Provide written reports detailing patient care. • Portable radios are used as a means of communication. • Must conduct all radio communications in a professional, respectful manner. • Conduct daily and weekly vehicle and equipment inspections as assigned. • Ensure all vehicle and equipment discrepancies are documented and reported. • Perform daily maintenance of facilities by cleaning, inspecting, and any other facility maintenance deemed necessary. • Participate in all required training sessions, including, but not limited to; live fire drills, performance evaluation drills, ongoing skills maintenance, practice and training, annual OSHA drills, EMS major skills and any other mandatory Company training. • Reviews paperwork for accuracy and correct process. • Must participate in scheduled and unscheduled onsite compliance audits. • Takes swift and immediate action in accordance with Internal Audit and Corporate Compliance on any areas of concern. • Complies and enforces all policies and procedures. • Perform other duties as directed or which may be assigned that is specific to the local operation. Volunteer Category: Firefighter, EMR, EMT

Must have a current Drivers License. Must successfully complete all required Compliance Training within the required time period.

Volunteer Firefighter

Serve our community by becoming a volunteer Firefighter today.

Be a resident of Ansonia and over the age of 18.

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>

Firefighters, EMTs, and Support Members

Our fire protection district covers 185 square miles from 6 stations with 16 apparatus. We are supported currently by a 10 mill property tax and 1/5 of a 1/4 cent Parish wide sales tax. We have approximately 12 volunteers and staff 2 daytime and 2 24hr with part-time personnel. We provide fire prevention and education, fire suppression, Advance Life Support level Emergency Medical Services, Hazardous Material Technician and Specialist level response, High Angle and Confined Space Rescue, Dive Rescue and Recovery & Auto Extrication. Like most departments NATIONWIDE, our volunteers are on the decline. If you are interested in a career that gives you more than you put in, this is where you can start. MAKE A DIFFERENCE IN YOUR COMMUNITY! Volunteer first responders help their fellow citizens in times of need. Volunteers enjoy a sense of accomplishment, achievement, and pride in the work they do. In addition, volunteers get to learn new skills, make new friends, be a part of a team, give back to their community, and make a real difference.

*Minimum Age Requirement: 16 *Pass a background check *Proof of residency within Pointe Coupee Fire District 4's boundaries

Firefighter; Duty Crew Firefighter

Start or continue your adventure with us! CTFD invites you to take the opportunity to join a department that will train you for growth. We are a combination department that is staffed with Career Firefighters Monday through Friday with one Firefighter in the station 24 hours a day. We offer a pay per call system which rewards you monthly with cash for responding as well as a LOSAP program that the Fire District contributes to for your long term financial goals. There is also opportunity to transition into a part time career firefighter. All of the training is free, uniforms are provided, and camaraderie is second to none. A noteworthy fact for younger candidates looking to make firefighting a career is at least 15 of our volunteers have become career firefighters with our Fire District or elsewhere. We are also actively seeking out certified firefighters to staff duty crews.

Age 16-17 for Junior Members Age 18 for Active Firefighters

Volunteer Firefighter

Applications are being taken for the January 2016 Fire Department new member class. This class will start in January and run thru April and includes around 80 hours of training, meeting one night a week.

Must be physically fit to carry out the duties required of a Firefighter. Must pass background check. Applications are online at: http://www.mulvaneemergencyservices.org/Files/Fire%20Dept.%20Application.pdf

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.

Volunteers needed

The Malvern Fire Company is always looking for new volunteers to assist us protect our community. Opportunities include firefighters, emergency medical service (EMS) providers, fire police, junior fire and ems personnel and administrative/support personnel. For additional information on these opportunities, membership, or the fire company in general please email info@malvernfireco.com. We hope to hear from you soon.

Applicants must be 16 years of age and will be required to submit an application for membership along with a PSP and Childline background checks. We will provide training for volunteers who choose to become firefighters, EMS providers or Fire police officers.

Volunteer Fire Fighters

There truly is no such thing as a routine call, and the abilities to think on the fly and to react and adapt to a constantly changing environment are critical. Firefighting is an ultra-hazardous job, and the dangers are always present, regardless of what type of call we are on. Responds to fire incidents and conducts tasks including interior attack, ventilation, salvage, overhaul, or fire-ground support operations as directed. Participates in emergency rescue operations and supports specialized teams including various types of rescue incidents such as fast water, dive, high angle, trench, auto extrication, and building collapse. Drives emergency vehicles operated by the department. Assists in performing routine maintenance of all fire apparatus and tools of the department including non-powered tools such as axes pike poles, ladders, and other miscellaneous equipment. Performs all other related duties as assigned. We have a junior program in most departments that will allow minors under the age of 16 to join and participate in firefighting training's. We also have a Search and Rescue group that needs volunteers. You are allowed to be apart of both fire department and the search and rescue team.

Must be able to carry 50 lbs for a distance of 100 feet. Must be able to walk, kneel, stand and craw while wearing bunker gear and a SCBA pack. Must be able to work in extreme temperatures while wearing bunker gear. Must be able to listen and obey orders during an emergency scene. Must be able to function within a wide range of unregulated environmental conditions.

Firefighters

Firefighters emts fire department support

18 years or older lives in Littleville or close

Volunteer Firefighter (Stipend)

We are currently accepting applications for members! Current position recruitment is for active combat volunteer firefighters and/or emergency medical responders. The job is demanding, but rewarding. Do you have what it takes? We depend on volunteers to protect and keep the community safe. If you are or ever have been interested in emergency services or becoming a firefighter, now is your chance. You can be part of the action and excitement, learn new skills, and help your community and those who visit it. Training and gear are provided. Along with reimbursement and other incentives. This is both an resident and Out-of-District volunteer recruitment! Volunteers receive a nominal stipend for each call and event or training that they attend. Out of District Volunteers receive a shift stipend in addition to stipend for all incident and activities. Training is provided and achieves national and state certifications. Membership also includes gym reimbursement and tuition assistance for qualified individuals in course work related to fire, EMS, and emergency services.

*Must be 17+ years old *Pass background check *Pass physical (firefighter) *Successful completion of probationary period *Must be willing to learn and be a team player

All positions available

Volunteers needed. A place for everyone i.e., interior firefighter, exterior firefighter, driver/operator, accountability officer, administrative support, social media, fundraising, junior firefighters, etc.

Prior experience, while welcomed is not required. We offer all training and education to build you into a new volunteer firefighter and/or support staff. Training offered in rescue, all levels of firefighting and fireground support. Firefighters and support staff with all types of skills and abilities are needed.

Volunteer Firefighter - BUSY department! No experience required

Community Volunteer Fire Department (CVFD) is always looking for more firefighters! Comprised of approximately 300 dedicated men and women, the Community Volunteer Fire Department is an all-hazard, full-service agency that responds to over 12,000 calls annually. 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

Emergency Management Agency Member

The Tolono Fire Protection District is seeking qualified applicants for the position of Emergency Management Agency (EMA) member. The purpose of the EMA Members are to assist in the following duties: Storm Spotting, Traffic Control, Firefighter/Member Rehab at Emergency Scenes, etc. We provide all training and education needed to perform this position.

Valid Illinois Driver's License 18 Years Old or Older Willingness to get response to calls in All kinds of Weather Conditions as well as Different Times of Day/Night Live in the Tolono Fire Protection District Response Area.

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

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.

Volunteer Firefighter, EMT, Driver, Junior Members

Frederica Volunteer Fire Company is looking for volunteers! We are accepting volunteers for firefighting, EMS, EMTs, Bingo, fire prevention and other positions. Our cadet program starts at 14!

Must be willing to volunteer!

Volunteer Firefighter

Want to be part of historic Lincoln, NM, walk along the steps of Billy the Kid and the Regulators? How about standing on the parade grounds where the horse soldiers once stood? The Lincoln Fire Department has a spot for you. We are a rural volunteer department, protecting one of the most historic locations in the United States. We respond from 2 stations, one located in Lincoln, NM, and the second station located at historic Ft. Stanton NM. Our department responds to a variety of calls for service, from fires to confined space rescue. We also provide mutual aid assistance as part of the Lincoln County Office of Emergency Services and to the Village of Capitan. No experience is necessary, most training will be provided at no cost and can be completed online. All protective equipment is provided at no cost. NM-PERA retirement is eligible for active volunteers. If you are interested don't hesitate to get in touch with lincolnfirenm@gmail.com or contact any member for more information.

The minimum age for a junior volunteer is 15 years of age. There will be limited involvement in the hazardous response calls. At 18 years of age, full participation is allowed. NM driver's license, a class E will be needed but can be obtained after joining.

Volunteer Firefighter / member

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

18 plus years of age (Ages 14-17 years of age are welcome to our junior firefighter program.) No prior training needed.

Junior and Cadet Members

We are looking for Junior (16-17) and cadet (14-15) members!! They can attend company trainings and actives. They can Attend fire school at 16.

None

Firefighter

Performs firefighting activities including, laying hose, and performing fire combat, containment and extinguishment tasks. Performs emergency aid activities including administering first aid and providing other assistance as required. Performs salvage operations such as throwing salvage covers, sweeping water, and removing debris. Responds to fire alarms and extinguishes or controls fires as a member of a team under the supervision of an officer. Selects, drags, lifts and carries hose and nozzle depending on the type of fire, and correctly applies a stream of water or chemicals onto the fire. Positions and climbs ladders to gain access to upper levels of buildings or assist individuals from burning structure. Creates openings in buildings for ventilation or entrance using appropriate and available manual and power tools. Protects property from smoke and water damage using positive pressure ventilation, salvage covers, smoke ejectors, and deodorants. Wears appropriate protective clothing and equipment, including self-contained breathing apparatus. Able to communicate with two-way communications systems.

Education and Experience: (A) Graduation from high school or GED equivalent with no specialized training. (B) No specific work experience level required. (C) Completion of the Recruit Fire Fighter Training Program. 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. SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS (A) Must be twenty one (21) years of age or older at time of hire; (B) Must possess, or be able to obtain by time of hire, 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 years; (D) Ability to read and write the English language; and (E) Ability to meet Departmental physical standards.

Any

Looking for dedicated volunteers.

High School Diploma or GED Must live within Fire District 3 boundaries or within 10 minutes from either Station. (One in Toutle across from the school and one on South Silverlake RD.

Volunteer Firefighter

Volunteer Firefighters needed

Must be able to complete 64 hour basic firefighter course. Have not been convicted of a felony.

Resident Volunteer

The Silverton Fire District is currently seeking motivated individuals to join our team as Resident Volunteer Firefighters, RV. The positions are 2 year positions with the possibility of being extended to a 3 year position depending on the program being completed. This position does require that the individual use the fire station as their primary residence. The RV will be assigned to a rotating shift of 24 hours on and 48 hours off. During the assigned shift the RV will respond to calls for service. The RV will also be required to attend weekly drills whether on duty or not. The Fire District will supply the RV with sleeping quarters that will be shared with one other RV, laundry facilities, kitchen and recreation room.

- Successful completion of the Physical Agility Test and drug screening - Valid Driver’s License - At least 18 years of age - High School Diploma or GED - Insurable by the Fire District’s Insurance carrier - Enrollment Full-time in one of the following programs; Fire Protection, Fire Prevention or Emergency Medical Services

Firefighter/EMT

This department is seeking members for the position of firefighters and/or EMT's. All training will be provided. Apply now and assist the residents of the Town of Minisink and surrounding communities.

Applicants must be at least 16 years of age and have parent/guardian approval. All other applicants must be 18 years of age to become a certified interior firefighter.

Firefighter or Junior Firefighter

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

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

Firefighter

Macedonia Rural Volunteer Fire Department is looking for individuals who are willing to serve their community and be a part of our family at MRVFD. The Macedonia Rural Volunteer Fire Department is staffed by volunteer firefighters 24/7, 365 days a year. We are looking to expand our ranks and continue our high quality of service we provide to the citizens of Macedonia and Berkeley County.

No experience is required to join. MRVFD will provide you with all of the necessary training, uniforms, personal protective equipment, and other benefits. Individuals must be willing to learn and work closely with other firefighters and emergency personnel. Applicants must have a valid driver's license, be in good health, and earn at least 40 hours of certified training per year. Application and acceptance into the Macedonia Rural Volunteer Fire Department family is as simple as completing the membership application form online at www.mrvfd.com.

Fire, EMS, Dive Team, Administrative

The objectives of this company shall be to aid and assist any resident of Goshen and the surrounding communities, in any way humanly possible, in case of fire or emergency. EMT, EMR, Firefighter, SCUBA Diver, Fire Police. Members participate at many levels from administrative to first responder using a team-based approach. Training is provided.

18 years old with a desire to help serve our community as a volunteer.

Paid On Call Firefighter/EMS and Paid on Call EMS only

Tenmile Rural Fire District is taking applications for Paid On-call / Paid Call Fire Fighters and EMS Workers. Paid-on-call firefighters are involved in fire suppression, emergency medical and rescue calls, training, fire prevention, inspections, routine testing and maintenance of equipment and much more. Being a paid-on-call firefighter involves a strong commitment to the community and to the department. When joining the department, paid-on-call firefighters/EMS providers agree to abide by the department standard operating procedures, guide lines and all Tenmile Fire District personnel rules. Entry-Level Firefighter Entry-Level EMT $13.05 per hour Volunteer Firefighter EMT - Basic $15.97 per hour Training is provided. EMT college course paid by district.

1) must be a minimum of 18 years of age; 2) possess a high school diploma or equivalent; 3) in addition to a high school diploma, post-high school education or an equivalent combination of education and experience is preferred and will be considered; 4) must possess a current, valid Oregon driver’s license and maintain a driving record insurable by the City’s insurer in order to drive a department vehicle; 5) must pass a criminal background check and drug test. Criminal background checks will be conducted periodically throughout employment and will comply with Department of Public Safety Standards and Training DPSST ethic standards; 6) must be in good physical condition; POC firefighters are required to serve duty shifts from home on a rotational basis.

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

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

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

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

Volunteer Firefighter

US Citizen Minimum of 18 years old River Vale resident or lives within 3 miles of a River Vale firehouse

Interior Firefighter

Firefighters for interior operations in structural fire situations as well as other emergency related duties.

None, will train

Firefighter/First Responder

The main responsibilities of a Susan Moore 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.

Must Pass Drug Test / Current Drivers License and Be able to be insured before driving department apparatus. Firefighter 160 & EMT preferred but not required. We will provide training.

Volunteer Firefighter/EMT

The Brandy Station Volunteer Fire Department was established in 1951. Since its inception, the department has grown in size and success. The Department has served this community with honor and distinction since its beginning. It would truly be an honor to have you join our family in continuing this outstanding tradition of excellence. The following briefly describes the types of membership categories: Please refer to these categories when requesting information.

Active (18+ years old) Firefighter Job Description Under direct supervision, responds to fire alarms and other emergency calls to protect life and property; combats, extinguishes and prevents fires; drives emergency apparatus, including fire engines and ambulances; participates in rescue extrication operations and provides emergency medical care to the sick and injured; and performs related work as required. Licenses and Certifications Possession of a valid motor vehicle driver’s license at all times if operating department owned vehicles. Must successfully complete the Virginia emergency vehicle operations course (VEVOC) prior to operating department owned vehicles. Must successfully complete a criminal history background investigation. Recommended to obtain certification in cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) and automatic electronic defibrillation (AED) within first year of membership. Must successfully complete the Virginia Department of Fire Programs Firefighter 1 or equivalent prior to being eligible to enter an immediate danger to life hazard (IDLH) incident. Duties include but are not limited to: Responds to a variety of life safety emergencies including fires, hazardous material event and emergency medical events; Connects hose to hydrant, and pulls and deploys pre-connected hose lines; Wears self-contained breathing apparatus (SCBA) and personal protective clothing, enters burning buildings; Mounts and operates master stream appliances from an aerial ladder or elevating platform; Ventilates burning buildings by opening windows/skylights or by opening holes in roofs/floors; Positions ventilation fans to safely inject fresh air and exhaust heat, smoke, and gases; Performs salvage operations (e.g., removes fire debris and water, locates hidden fires, and operates shut-off valves for gas, electricity, oil and water); Operate chemical and hand extinguishers; Raises, lowers and climbs ladders; Drives emergency apparatus in emergency and non-emergency conditions; Searches for victims in burning, smoke-filled buildings or other hazardous environments; Removes persons from danger; Performs heavy rescue operations; Administers first aid to injured persons; Performs water rescues from land and boats; Assists in the search and recovery of drowned victims; Operates emergency lighting appliances; Operates self-contained breathing apparatus in hazard environments and confined spaces; Restores apparatus and equipment to service after use; Refills self-contained breathing cylinders; Maintains specialized fire equipment and protective gear; Studies area geography, street names and locations, target hazards, pre-plans, water supply, and other firefighting resources; Instructs citizens in fire prevention and life safety techniques; Examines building plans for pre-fire planning purposes; Recognizes and preserves evidence on the causes of fires; Performs public relations duties (e.g., teaching school children about fire safety); Assists in the extrication of entrapped victims, using prescribed techniques and appliances for removing the patient safely; Performs routine preventative maintenance on emergency vehicles; Attends training sessions, participates in drills, and participates in fund raising events; Performs housekeeping tasks in the fire station and on the grounds of the fire station; Utilizing computers and other related equipment, maintains records as necessary and completes incident reports Junior (16-17 years old) Firefighter Job Description Under direct supervision, responds to fire alarms and other emergency calls to protect life and property; combats, extinguishes and prevents fires; drives emergency apparatus, including fire engines and ambulances; participates in rescue extrication operations and provides emergency medical care to the sick and injured; and performs related work as required. Licenses and Certifications Must successfully complete a criminal history background investigation. Recommended to obtain certification in cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) and automatic electronic defibrillation (AED) within first year of membership. Duties include but are not limited to: Responds to a variety of life safety emergencies including fires, hazardous material event and emergency medical events; Connects hose to hydrant, and pulls and deploys pre-connected hose lines; Wears self-contained breathing apparatus (SCBA) and personal protective clothing; Mounts and operates master stream appliances from an aerial ladder or elevating platform; Positions ventilation fans to safely inject fresh air and exhaust heat, smoke, and gases; Performs salvage operations (e.g., removes fire debris and water, locates hidden fires, and operates shut-off valves for gas, electricity, oil and water); Operate fire extinguishers; Raises, lowers and climbs ladders; Removes persons from danger; Administers first aid to injured persons; Performs water rescues from land and boats; Assists in the search and recovery of drowned victims; Operates emergency lighting appliances; Operates self-contained breathing apparatus in hazard environments and confined spaces; Restores apparatus and equipment to service after use; Refills self-contained breathing cylinders; Maintains specialized fire equipment and protective gear; Studies area geography, street names and locations, target hazards, pre-plans, water supply, and other firefighting resources; Instructs citizens in fire prevention and life safety techniques; Examines building plans for pre-fire planning purposes; Recognizes and preserves evidence on the causes of fires; Performs public relations duties (e.g., teaching school children about fire safety); Assists in the extrication of entrapped victims, using prescribed techniques and appliances for removing the patient safely; Performs routine preventative maintenance on emergency vehicles; Attends training sessions, participates in drills, and participates in fund raising events; Performs housekeeping tasks in the fire station and on the grounds of the fire station; Utilizing computers and other related equipment, maintains records as necessary and completes incident reports

Volunteer Firefighter & Volunteer EMS Provider

Control and extinguish fires or respond to emergency situations where life, property, or the environment is at risk. Duties may include fire prevention, emergency medical service, hazardous material response, search and rescue, and disaster assistance. The Volunteer Firefighter is a non-compensated position.

• Responds to fire alarms, requests for emergency medical assistance, and other emergency incidents. • Operates equipment which may include driving department apparatus, operating pumps, connecting and laying hose lines, operating nozzles, and directing water streams. • Forces entry of premises for firefighting, rescue, and salvage operations. Removes persons from dangerous situations. • Administers basic life support and other emergency medical procedures. • Uses self-contained breathing apparatus, operates medical cots, hand tools, power tools, and other equipment. • Participates in training which may include: firefighting, emergency care, specialized skills, public education, and other fire service related subjects. • Performs general maintenance of fire department property including: cleaning fire equipment, cleaning facilities, and minor repairs to equipment. • Responds to emergency calls from home. • Assists in the coordination of safety educational programs for the Fire Department and general public. • Other duties as assigned.

Junior Firefighter

The Bramwell Volunteer Fire Department is seeking membership for a Junior Firefighters Posiotion.

Must be a tleast 16 Years old. *Parents Consent Required.

Paid On Call Firefighter

The Glen Carbon Fire Protection District is seeking members to serve as Paid-on-Call Firefighters for the District.

Residency must be within 4 miles of either Fire Station.

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

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

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

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.

Volunteer Firefighters

HELP WANTED! – Volunteer Firefighters Your Fellow Citizens of Williamson County NEED YOU! Williamson Fire-Rescue represents a partnership between the three volunteer fire departments (Arrington Volunteer Fire Department, Williamson County Rescue Squad and Williamson Fire/Rescue) and Williamson County Government to ensure those that work, live, and play in Williamson County are served and protected by the best possible fire service system. There are thirteen volunteer fire stations are located throughout all areas of Williamson County. No matter where you live, there are volunteer fire stations near your community, they are: Arrington, Fairview, College Grove, Peytonsville, Flat Creek, Bethesda, Goose Creek, Primm Springs, Leiper's Fork, Franklin, Grassland, Thompsons Station, Burwood. Who are volunteer fire fighters? One of our fire fighters put it simply… “We are caring fellow citizens of Williamson County, willing to sacrifice our free time to protect our friends’ and neighbors’ lives and property. We stand for doing what’s right in our communities. Will you please consider joining us in serving our communities emergency needs?” We are kicking off this major recruitment drive for new Volunteer Professional Firefighters. No experience needed! All training and equipment will be provided, all that is needed is someone who wants to make a difference! To start the application process go to, type in Williamson Fire-Rescue for any of our thirteen locations, list Williamson Fire Rescue for any of our locations: http://www.williamsonready.org/195/Volunteering To talk to someone about being a volunteer fire fighter, please call: 1-844-Vol-Tenn (1-844-865-8366) or 615-599-FIRE (615-599-3473)

Looking for potential members: At least 18 years old Pass a FBI background check (paid for by department) Complete an Physical Agility Exercise Complete a Panel Interview

Firefighter/EMT

Paid on call Firefighter/EMT & Part-time FF/EMT-B or P

Paid on call Requirements: * No training necessary to apply * Must be able to pass a physical agility test or CPAT * Must be a US citizen * Must have a clean criminal record * Must live within Addison Township, MI * Must have a willingness and drive to support your community

Firefighter/ Engineer/ EMT

Firefighter- performs all interior/exterior firefighting duties, rescue operations and community public relations activities. Engineer- performs all engineering duties of various fire apparatus, emergency vehicle operations and community public relations activities EMT- performs all EMS duties, including patient care, emergency vehicle operations and community public relations activities.

Will train or provide access to educational opportunities to approved applicants. Must be 18 years of age with a valid driver's license. Must live within our Fire Protection District minimum of 1 year. Background check required for all applicants prior to approval.

Firefighter

Looking to give back to your community? The Hamburg Volunteer Fire Department is looking for help. We are facing a shortage of volunteers for our department, and are looking to expand our membership. We are also in need of Emergency Medical Responders. You can choose one, or both paths on your way to rewarding experiences. There are also several other opportunities to help our department, such as fundraising, participate in our Fired Up for Reading program, and fire prevention. We also accept help with washing fire trucks, performing inventory inspections, filing grant applications and other paperwork and forms.

Must be at least 18 years old to enter a burning building, or 16 years old to start your training. We will provide in-house training and will sponsor addition training through the local technical college system. All other training is provided.

Member

Currently accepting members of all types

We will train

Entry Level Firefighter

With over 150 years of Service to the Town of New Milford and its surrounding communities Water Witch Hose Company Number 2 prides itself on commitment. Running close to 700 fire calls (NON-EMS) in 2016 WWHC #2 is looking for candidates to continue this tradition of excellence. Eligible applicants must be 21 years or older; have a valid Connecticut driver’s license: CDK Certifications are a plus; must be able to successfully complete a department mandated physical. Applicants who are accepted must be willing to devote time to training, fire calls, fundraising, community relations events, monthly meetings, and called drills. Successful candidates shall serve a probationary period of twelve (12) months beyond successful graduation from the Connecticut State Fire Fighter I course is strongly encouraged. Continuing education and training classes are offered regularly through the department.

MEMBERSHIP REQUIREMENTS •Must be a New Milford resident for at least one year immediately before the date of application. *** •Must be sponsored by a member in good standing. •Must complete a physician's physical examination. •*** 1 year residency can be waived under special circumstances. If you have questions about your residency requirement, feel free to ask one of the officers. ONE YEAR PROBATIONARY PERIOD •MUST ATTEND 5 OF THE 11 MONTHLY MEETINGS •MUST MAKE 35% OF THE EMERGENCY CALLS DURING THAT YEAR •MUST ATTEND A MINIMUM OF 75% OF THE DRILLS AND TRAINING SESSIONS AS ORDERED BY THE CAPTAIN

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

Firefighter

Support the citizens of Montgomery County, Alabama by responding to emergencies that include, but are not limited to, motor vehicle accidents, fires, medical emergencies, searches, technical rescues, hazardous materials incidents, and natural disasterers.

Be at least 18 years old and have a valid driver license. No prior experience is needed. Training and equipment will be provided. Numerous certifications are available.

Volunteer Firefighter

We are looking for individuals to join our department and become volunteer firefighters. We run between 20-30 calls a month, majority of those calls being motor vehicle collisions followed by grass fires and then EMS assist. Our department offers reimbursement for shift coverage and calls made. Please check out our department website and Facebook page to see current apparatus and information.

No experience is necessary, we offer training to all of our volunteers.

Part time Fire Fighter / EMT

Now hiring part time Firefighter/EMT to work 8 hour shifts along side our full time staff. up to 24 hours a week, All of or employees are represented by a collective bargaining union, the current salary is $ 16.98 per hour. no residency is required. all uniforms are provided. application available online

Valid Michigan drivers license. with safe driving record State of Michigan FF 1&2certificate State of Michigan Basic EMT or higher willingness to work

Firefighter

Tombstone Fire Dept. is looking for firefighters to serve the City of Tombstone. Tombstone Fire Dept. is the oldest volunteer fire dept in the state of Arizona and the oldest department in the state. Become apart of one of the oldest professions in the country. These are not hourly paid positions but are quarterly paid and paid per call. If you are looking to start a career in the fire service we will fund your schooling (if available in the budget) and help you achieve your goals. If interested in volunteering please fill this out and we will contact you.

Must have a high school diploma or GED. Must have a valid Arizona driver’s license. Must live within 20 miles of the city. Must be 18 or older. No experience required. (But is a plus) Must be able to attend meeting/trainings twice a month. Must be able to complete D.A.T (department agility test)

Firefighters

Looking for motivated men and women looking to make a difference in our community. Volunteer Hose Company #1 (Station 72) is in need of new members. We have a 105' Smeal Ladder Truck, and a 1999 Custom Seagrave Engine. We would love to get you involved with anything and everything that is being a volunteer firefighter. Whether it is working with young people teaching fire prevention, responding to calls, fundraising, or just hanging out at the station. We will help students achieve a sense of worth in the community as well as earning service hours for graduation. You can contact our Captain for an application or information at 814-661-2203

Must be at least 16 years old with the ability to complete a minimal amount of training per year. Must be able to pass a PA State Police and Chid Welfare background check. Must be motivated and dedicated to serving your community.

Firefighter/EMT

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

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

Volunteer Firefighter

Volunteer firefighting. Evening meetings twice a month. Availability to respond to calls 24/7.

NFPA Training will be provided by the department.

Volunteer Firefighter

Volunteer Firefighter

Willingness to serve our citizens through the fire service.

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.

Firefighter

The Volunteer Firefighter may be called upon to deliver fire suppression, emergency medical assistance, rescue, hazardous material responses, and public education to the citizens.

16 YOA Pass Background check Valid Driver's License

Firefighter/First Responder/Support

Durbin Creek fire and rescue is now accepting applications for the following positions. -Firefighter -First Responder -Support (engineer) Auxiliary PLEASE NOTE: NO TRAINING/CERTIFICATIONS ARE NEEDED TO APPLY, ONLY THE DESIRE TO LEARN. The department will send you to fire academy classes of your choice for free.

FOR FIREFIGHTER/FIRST RESPONDER/SUPPORT (Engineer) There is a minimum requirement of 25% of department calls that members must attend, also members must come to 50% of department hosted training. If there is a legitimate reason as to why a member cannot attend training on a regular basis due to a scheduling conflict, a makeup session can be hosted at any day of the week that works for them. Foremost, the department requires all members maintain a professional and responsible attitude inside and outside the department. FOR AUXILIARY: Auxiliary members are responsible for helping on scene at calls with examples like; handing out bottled water and towels at fires, setting up a tent for calls that firemen will be on scene for an extended amount of time and inclement weather is around. Auxiliary members are also in charge of putting together/hosting fund raisers for the department and putting together the departments annual Christmas dinner. Auxiliary members are allowed to respond on fire apparatus to calls and are allowed to take any fire academy courses desired.

Exterior Firefighter

We are always looking for new volunteers to help us achieve our goal of protecting and serving the residents and visitors of the Town of Harwinton, CT, and the surrounding communities. Being an Exterior Firefighter means you will be responsible for supporting Interior Firefighters in their fire fighting efforts on the scene. This includes providing ladder stabilization, getting tools and equipment for fire fighting efforts, and other fire ground operations. Although certification is not required for this position, the regional fire training school offers a certificate program for Exterior Firefighters, consisting of attending and completing 85 hours of training over 20 weeks. If you are interested in becoming an active member of our organization, please reach out to us and inquire about a station tour and to fill out an Application for Membership.

The Exterior Firefighter class of membership has its own set of requirements, which include internal regulatory compliance training, annual physicals, and ongoing Department-specific training.

Always searching for new Volunteers

VOLUNTEER/ON-CALL FIREFIGHTER 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 Fire Lieutenant and 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 May be assigned to act as a Pump Operator in the absence of a Pump Operator. EDUCATION, TRAINING AND/OR EXPERIENCE Graduation from high school or equivalent. Ability to read, write, and speak the English language. LICENSE AND/OR CERTIFICATE • American Heart Association CPR Certification. • Graduation from an accredited basic fire academy and/or certification by the State of Maine as a Fire Fighter I-II preferred, but not necessary. • EMS license is encouraged. • 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. RREQUISITE KNOWLEDGE AND SKILL LEVELS Some knowledge of the street system and layout of the town. 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.

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Firefighter Recruit

Looking for potential and upcoming firefighter/EMT's. We shall put you through the proper training requirements to become a firefighter EMT. Anyone interested or even curious about what we do, please contact me and I will give you as much information as possible.

At least 18 years of age. No felonies or misdemeanors. Background check upon joining. More info as you show interest and join.

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.

Firefighter

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

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

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.

Live Firefighter/EMT

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

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

Volunteer Firefighter

Become a Coralville Volunteer Firefighter The Coralville Fire Department is actively seeking dedicated men and women to serve as volunteer firefighters. The Coralville Fire Department has 5 paid staff members, over 40 volunteer firefighters and 2 fire stations. Each member of the Coralville Fire Department must meet minimum requirements to respond to calls. No Cost There is no cost to apply and no cost for Fire Academy Class. How to Apply To apply to be a member of the next recruit class, complete an employment application. For more information about recruitment, please contact Lt. Bill Erb at 319.248.1845.

Requirements Volunteer firefighters for the City of Coralville must: -Have a high school diploma or GED -Be of good moral character -Be substance-abuse free -Have a valid Iowa driver's license -Be able to read, write, and understand the English language -Pass a physical examination and drug screen -Successfully complete an oral interview -Pass a physical agility assessment -Be able to understand and carry out oral and written instructions

Live In Member

Live at the fire house, and serve the community.

See all requirements at our website, www.shepherdstownfiredepartment.com

Resident Firefighter

Resident firefighters are individuals who are assigned to live within one of GCFD3’s stations they will live there full time, making it their primary place of residence. The resident firefighter is provided with living accommodations including private bedrooms, utilities, internet access, television, laundry and basic necessities to live in the quarters. They are provided full structural and wildland protective clothing (excluding wildland boots and duty pants), a class B uniform shirt, and duty tee shirts. Training and educational opportunities are both offered and required in the classroom setting and a “hands on” atmosphere. IFSAC FF1 courses are taught, and EMT class is provided with Residents contracted to pass certification (as available) within one year of residency. Tuition assistance is available for college and further education. Resident Firefighters are required to pull approximately ten scheduled 12 hour shifts per month from 18:00 to 06:00, with no less than one weekend per month. Residents receive a $650 stipend each month to offset food and other costs. And they will have opportunities to pull Per Diem Shifts each night at the three stations that house our Resident Program. There are opportunities for tuition assistance for college and higher education, too.

Must be at least 18 years old, pass a background check and physical. Recruit must have or be able to obtain a valid WA State drivers license and be insurable.

Probationary member

The Alton Volunteer Emergency Corp is seeking Volunteers to aid in all aspects of the organization. If you are interested in emergency response, funds raising, or just helping to support the emergency responders we have a place for you.

All training is provided, you must be 18 years of age. You must become certified in CPR and blood born pathogens within six months of joining.

Paid On Call- Firefighter/EMT

Join us and become a FIREFIGHTER & EMT! This position will assist other members in medical calls, fire calls, technical rescues, hazardous material incidents. And multiple other things! The Blissfield Fire Department responds to roughly 550 calls per year. The Firefighter emt position will extinguish fires, treat and transport patients to the hospital, and lots of other things! Including Training through multiple different subjects, and kick starting your career with the Blissfield Fire Department!

Valid Driver's License, High School Diploma, Good Driving Record, No Felonies, Must live within an accepted response area to the Fire department(Within or Close to Blissfield) As Far as FIRE/EMT education, WE WILL TRAIN YOU! You will attend the Lenawee Fire School, as well as EMT school to become certified, and the courses are Paid for!

Fire Fighter and EMT

Florence VFD is looking for individuals that wish to support their community by volunteering as a fire fighter and are EMT

All training provided, are documented training from previous departments.

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

New Members Wanted

Many positions available: Emergency Responders / Firefighters / EMS Drivers On Scene Support Fire Station Support Fundraising Community Outreach

Each position has its own specific requirements: Please reach out to hear how you can be a part of our family.

Firefighter and EMT

Respond to the needs of your community by volunteering as a Firefighter or EMT. Classes start August 2017 for Firefighter I and ends in October.

Member mius be at least 18 years of age and reside or work in the primary response area. Must complete a 6 month probation period

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

ICFPD is seeking volunteer firefighters, EMTs, and Paramedics - Volunteers must live within the district

ICFPD is a volunteer department in the foothills of Jefferson County, just west of Denver, Colorado. ICFPD provides structural fire protection, wildland firefighting, and BLS/ALS EMS with transport. ICFPD responds to 350 calls per year, 70% EMS related. ICFPD has five stations, 15 emergency apparatus, and 40 volunteers to serve the community. Our new programs allow for volunteers who live outside the area and for fire or EMS volunteers. Volunteers must live within the Inter-Canyon Fire Protection District or one air mile of the district boundaries.

An interest in serving a minimum of three years, physical ability to serve as a firefighter, EMT or Paramedic.

Part-Time Firefighter

The Dickinson Fire Department is a combination department looking for those interested in giving back to the community. Time, equipment and personnel make it possible to provide multiple services to the community including but not limited to: Extrication, Medical Response, Rescue Response, Fire Incidents, and Hazardous Material Response. Members collectively invest over 4,000 hours in training with the equipment and techniques required for these services. As a combination department, the Dickinson Fire Department has Full-Time firefighters, also known as Career Firefighters and Part-Time Firefighters. Both are required to have certain training and level of certification. With Full-Time personnel available to respond off of the initial emergency page, firefighters can be on scene of an emergency quicker for initial scene size-up. Part-Time members are paged and respond first to the station and then once equipped, to the scene of the emergency. The department has refined responses in order to limit the impact on primary jobs, but continues to rely on the Part-Time firefighters to ensure adequate resources and manpower are available at an incident. Visit our Website for more information on our Department: www.dickinsonfire.com Current Job Openings will be listed at https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/dickinson/

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

Volunteer Firefighter

Volunteer Firefighter are required to attend weekly trainings and respond to emergency. We are a combination department and the volunteers are to assist the paid staff.

18 years Old High School graduateor GED/or in the process of obtaining a high school diploma or GED Valid Oregon Driver License ( not conditional use) No Criminal record \ Be in good physical condition and able to pass the Fire District physical agili

Volunteer Membership

Busy volunteer department in Allegany County, MD. We operate four pieces of apparatus, including an Engine-Tanker, Engine-Rescue, Heavy Duty Squad, and Brush.

The drive to make a difference. We have volunteer fire and operations support memberships available—free fire suppression training through the Maryland Fire Rescue Institute.

Basic Fighter

Payne Volunteer Fire Department is looking for persons aged 18-40 who have the Desire to Serve, the Courage to Act, and the Ability to Perform the duties of a firefighter.

- Must have a valid driver's license and be able to pass a background check. - Must be able to commit to a minimum of 2 nights of training per month. We meet the 1st and 3rd Thursday of each month for mandatory in house training. Additional training will be required based on department and community needs. - Previous fire training and/or experience is welcomed, but not required. We provide, or have access to, the best of the best training for FREE.

Firefighter

Firefighters wanted. No experience is required. Volunteer Firefighters are expected to complete and pass an approved Firefighter I & 2 program within two years after joining the department.

No experience is required. Volunteer Firefighters are expected to complete and pass an approved Firefighter I & 2 program within two years after joining the department.

Volunteer Firefighter

The Selbyville Volunteer Fire Department has 7 Pieces of Firefighting and Rescue equipment that need volunteer staff

Courage, integrity, and most important of all your time

Firefighter

We are looking for interior/exterior firefighters and fire police members. Members may join at 16 years old and become a junior member (exterior only). Once age 18 is reached, full membership is granted and member can choose whether to become interior certified, fire police, or remain exterior. The Mechanicstown Fire District spans 18 square miles and is comprised of two major highways, trains, an airport, and commercial, medical, agricultural, and residential properties. We average 500-600 calls per year, including: - Structure Fires - Technical Rescue - Motor Vehicle Accidents - Mutual Aid Assignments - Etc. We offer: - Free training - LOSAP Retirement - Life and Injury insurance - Special Recognition Awards - The personal satisfaction to serve Do you think you have what it takes to serve? Contact us and find out.

- Must be at least 16 years of age - Clean and neat appearance - Must pass district physical - Never convicted of any type of arson conviction, felony, or fraud - Must pass interview with Investigating Committee - Etc.

Firefighter

Volunteer Firefighter

Background

Volunteer Firefighter

The Ward 6 Fire Protection District #1 is search for individuals with a little more to give. The department is staffed by volunteer firefighters and we need you. Volunteering as little as 5 hours per week can provide you an introduction to the fire service. Training, responding to emergencies, and of course the acceptance into the brother or sisterhood of firefighting will instill the skills you need to give back to your community. The volunteer firefighter's work together with other volunteers to check equipment, participate in training, respond to fires, vehicle crashes, haz-Mat incidents, and many other types of service calls.

Training will be provided by the department. The willingness to commit to volunteering a minimum of 5 hours per week at the department for training, responses, and other job tasks. The ability to work well with others, dedication, and willingness to learn are a definite requirement.

Volunteer EMTs

The Hughestown Hose Conpany is looking for volunteer EMTs, Paramedics, or other profesionally licensed emergency pre-hospital professionals to help staff our two fire service Basic Life Support ambulances. Our ambulances provides Basic Life Support services to the Hughestown Borough and many of the neighboring communities in the 67 square mile area of Greater Pittston Area. Over the last three years, our department has seen a huge increase in EMS call volume with our two BLS ambulances doing nearly 500 calls and no sign of this steady increase ending anytime in the foreseeable future.. Although this is a volunteer position, pay incentives are often provided to ambulance crew members on a per call basis to compensate for the time they have invested.

All applicants must have or submit to a PA State Police Criminal History Check and a PA Childline Child Abuse Record Check. Personnel are encouraged to be age 18 years or older. Junior Members, age 14 years old to 17 years old, may join and train but will be limited to the duties they may perform. Currently licensed PA Emergency Medical Technicians, Paramedics, and other Emergency Pre-Hospital Professionals are required to provide proof of valid and active PA license. Proof of current Professional Rescuer CPR/AED training also required. The department will provide assistance to those interested in obtaining PA Basic Emergency Medical Technician certification. Reimbursement of class and testing expenses are available for those that successfully complete and obtain certification. The department also offers on going continuing education training throughout the year to support the continuing education requirement of EMT licensing at little to no cost to our members.

Firefighter and support

We have several openings for firefighters and support personnel. No training necessary we will train you.

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Looking for Firefighters @ Fruitland Park

If you or someone you know is looking for an exciting opportunity to serve the City of Fruitland Park, FL then consider joining the team at the Fruitland Park Fire Rescue Department. Fruitland Park firefighters are proud and dedicated to helping people in emergency situations. We are looking for paid stipend firefighters to join our fire department. Fruitland Park Fire Rescue Department was established to provide efficient and effective services designed to protect lives and property from adverse effects of fires, medical emergencies, or exposures to dangerous conditions created by man or nature. Our firefighters respond to alarms or requests for service, act in emergencies, extinguish fires and perform service work as directed. FPFR firefighters work under the supervision of the Fire Chief, Captain of Operations and line officers. Equipment & uniforms are provided. Applicants must have no criminal record and a clean driving background. Applications–http://www.fruitlandpark.org/employment.html Applications can be filled out, online, but must be turned in person at FP City Hall. Current Opening: Stipend-Based Professional Volunteer Firefighters – Testing Process Required Benefits: Monthly Paid Stipend / Firefighter Pension / Vested After 10 Years of Service / Training / Rewarding Experience / Prepare for Career / Volunteer and give back to the community Check us out on Facebook – “Fruitland Park Fire Rescue” Applications must be turned in, in person at Fruitland Park City Hall

Preferred Qualifications • Firefighter Two –State of FL • EMT – State of FL • CPR/AED HCP BLS Training Completed • EVOC Driver Training Completed • Clean Driving Record • Willing to learn • Motivated to excel Certified Firefighter positions open until filled Send your questions, resume and qualifications to: City Of Fruitland Park Fire Rescue Department Email – gfernandez@fruitlandpark.org Subject – FPFD Firefighter Opening

Volunteers - Firefighters, Business Administrators, Community Education, Department Support

Volunteer Firefighter - Becoming a volunteer firefighter and responding to calls for emergency assistance by our neighbors is a rewarding way to become involved with your community and to do something important for our community. No experience is necessary; we provide all the training and equipment you will need. To become a firefighter you will need more than just a desire to help people and give back to the community. You will need courage, dedication, enthusiasm and a willingness to learn new skills and face new challenges. Firefighting isn’t for everyone and although we have a great need for firefighters, we also need non-operational help. Although we welcome any and all professions, the following is a list of areas of expertise we have an immediate need for: Business management Website management IT Fund raising (For Profit or Non Profit experience is welcome) Grant Writers So if you’re looking for that perfect opportunity to take on the challenge of becoming a firefighter or to help us out in a support capacity, you can stop by our station on Gradyville Road any Thursday evening to talk to one of our officers. There’s no better way to show your support and pride for the community then helping to keep your neighbors, their homes and businesses safe. So maybe it's time to add a new suit to your wardrob.

Minimum age: 16 Becoming a volunteer firefighter and responding to calls for emergency assistance by our neighbors is a rewarding way to become involved with your community and to do something important for our community. No experience is necessary; we provide all the training and equipment you will need. To become a firefighter you will need more than just a desire to help people and give back to the community. You will need courage, dedication, enthusiasm and a willingness to learn new skills and face new challenges.

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

Volunteer Firefighter

We are an all volunteer Department located in Naches, WA. The Naches Fire Department provides emergent care, rescue, and fire protection to the citizens of Yakima County FD #3 from milepost 194 on US12 to the summit of White Pass. We provide services to the town of Naches. We average nearly 350 calls a year with around 25 active personnel. We are always looking for new recruits, please do not hesitate to contact us to find out how YOU can serve your community!

All potential applicants are preferred to live within or near district boundaries.

Volunteer Reserve

The following positions are open on a continuous basis; 1) Volunteer Reserve Firefighter 2) Volunteer Reserve Mobile Communications Operator 3) Volunteer Reserve Photographer 4) Volunteer Reserve Chaplain

Must be; 1) 18 years or older 2) Valid California Drivers License 3) Completion of high school or equivalent 4) Firefighter position requires valid CPAT or Biddle physical agility test at time of application and appointment

Volunteer

Volunteer fireperson to answer 911 calls and assist on fundraising activities

basic fire school

Firefighter

Are you interested in serving your community on an ongoing basis? Are you a team player? Are you interested in a career as a firefighter? Then the North Bethlehem Fire Department wants you. As a new firefighter, you'll begin your volunteer career by attending drills and exploring our department and the fire service, and responding to emergency calls when available. For those interested in pursuing a professional career as a paid firefighter, this is an excellent opportunity to "try on" the career while developing valuable experience in the fire service. If you are an experienced firefighter (completion of NYS Firefighter 1, BEFO, and/or IFO courses, or equivalent), you will attend weekly drill sessions and respond to emergencies as available.

- Must live within 3 miles of the North Bethlehem Fire Department at 589 Russell Road, Albany, NY - The Age Requirement for Interior-Qualified Firefighters is 18 years of age. Interested younger applicants are encouraged to apply and may be admitted as Junior Firefighters.

Firefighter

Do you want to serve our community? The New Egypt Vol. Fire Company needs members! We currently average 350 calls per year. We do it all! We currently have a tanker, engine, rescue, ladder truck, brush truck, and a track services crash truck.

None to start. Once you join the Fire Company you will be required to attend Fire School and to respond to 40% of all calls.

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

Accepting applications for training and non-training firefighters. If you’re interested but not trained, no worries. We will put you through the classes.

Drivers License, No Felony record

Volunteer

Looking for people to volunteer their time helping with fundraisers and people that want to serve as a volunteer fire fighter. Our monthly meetings at the second Thursday of every month. Hope to see you there

50% of all functions and meetings

Auxiliary Member

Auxiliary Members are the biggest support a Fire Department can receive. These men and women are the biggest help when it comes to fundraising or getting materials/supplies for the stations. These members come together and brainstorm for new ideas for fundraisers, community outreach programs, and life safety programs.

Auxiliary members are not required to run calls but can if they would like, but they have to follow the requirements for other full-time members. See: Firefighter, EMT/EMR, and Driver Operator.

Volunteer Firefighter

Park County Fire District 2 is always looking for quality candidates to serve as volunteer firefighters in our district. Volunteers can apply based on their residence location at either the Cody Volunteer Fire Department, Southfork Fire Department, Wapiti Valley Fire Department, or Crandall/Sunlight Fire Department. Our volunteers serve in one of the largest fire districts in the U.S. and receive the best training and equipment available. Contact any one of our volunteers or call 307-527-8550 for more details.

Candidates must submit to a background check and driver license check. Selected candidates are provided a complete physical examination and then begin a probationary year of testing and training. NOTE: The e-mail addresses for us are: rwenke@parkcounty.us or swilde@parkcounty.us

firefighter / medical first responder

paid on call fireman / medical first responder. township pays for training. pay is 10 dollars per hour raises after training is complete

show up for calls. do what is asked of you

Paid on call Firefighter

The Shakopee Fire Department employs a small contingent of full-time firefighters, as well as a larger staff of paid-on-call firefighters who are responsible for responding to emergency calls and attending training and drills, on an average of five to 10 hours per week. Paid-on-call firefighters are generally hired each spring. If you are interested in applying at that time, visit the City of Shakopee's Employment page or sign up to be notified when applications are being accepted. Firefighters in uniform BENEFITS •Starting wage of $15/hour •Paid training •Pension benefits of $8,800 per year of service (Fully vested after 20 years) •Leadership opportunities •Serve your community

*Must be 18 years of age or older *Must be able to understand spoken and written English language *Possess a valid driver's license *Reside within a 10 minute response time of a Shakopee fire station *Must be able to maintain an attendance record of 35 percent for emergency calls and drills The selection process includes an oral interview, background check, physical agility testing, and psychological, medical and drug testing.

Firefighter and First Responders

Volunteer Fire/EMS agency.

96 hour of Firefighter 1 training through technical college system with 18 months of hire date.

Responding Member/ Support Member

Southeast Pennsylvania Search and Rescue, a voluntary organization serving Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Delaware, Maryland 8480 Limekiln Pike, Apt. 914 Wyncote, PA19095 business phone: 215-576-1641 fax: 215-576-1897 ilichten1@verizon.net www.sepasar.net PLEASE POST VOLUNTEERS NEEDED Southeast Pennsylvania Search and Rescue (SEPASAR), a non-profit, voluntary organization, serving the 9 county region seeks additional volunteers. In return for your service you will receive: • Emergency responder status as a Special Operations EMS Responder 1. Special license plates for your vehicle 2. Exemptions from fuel rationing if imposed 3. Essential person status when roads are closed to others • Training at reduced or no cost to you • CEU’s for EMT, RN, PA, Other Pre-Hospital Care Training • All expenses tax deductible • Liability insurance, theft insurance • Statutory protection from harassment of you, your horse, or search dog • Weekly e-news • Group activities and projects SEPASAR is a Pennsylvania non-profit corporation recognized as a rescue squad by the Commonwealth and determined to be a public charity by the IRS (501(c)(3). License as a special operations EMS provider pending under the PA EMS Act of 2010. For more information contact SEPASAR at www.sepasar.net or ilichten1@verizon.net, or 215-576-1641.

Minimum Age to Respond: 18 High School Diploma or GED Southeast Pennsylvania Search and Rescue, a voluntary organization serving Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Delaware, Maryland 8480 Limekiln Pike, Apt. 914 Wyncote, PA19095 business phone: 215-576-1641 fax: 215-576-1897 ilichten1@verizon.net www sepasar net Mission Capabilities and Definitions 1. Primary Mission: Search for Lost Persons— Southeast Pennsylvania Search and Rescue’s (SEPASAR) primary mission is to locate lost persons and provide such first aid as may be necessary to those located. This mission is accomplished by dispatching mounted search personnel to the scene and under the direction of a search operations and or search planning ICS function search areas designated consistent with rider and horse safety. 2. Second Mission: Technical Large Animal Rescue Assistance—On request from extrication or rescue personnel provide expertise in the areas of extricating large animals from industrial, farm, environmental, or road accidents. SEPASAR personnel are familiar with horses and other large animals and can provide expertise in how to lift such animals, how to handle such animals and to avoid unnecessary injury to rescuers or animals. 3. Third Mission: Disaster Relocation of Livestock—On request from the EMA participates in the preplanning for and establishment of federally mandated reception and shelter areas for livestock displaced during a disaster. This would include surveying sites, establishing equipment lists, opening and operating sites, and eventually closing down such shelters. Supervising spontaneous volunteers and cooperating with other agencies would be expected. 4. Fourth Mission: Emergency Transportation—On request from the EMA provide the use of member owned horse trailers and or tow vehicles in an emergency caused by transportation accident stranding animals on the highway or weather conditions such that normal vehicles are not capable of being used. The safety of members shall be considered in answering such requests.

Firefighter / Support Member

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 Brockway Volunterr Hose Company and they perform duties in the following general categories: fire suppression, 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.

18 years of Age Live within the response area Must be able to pass extensive background check

FIREFIGHTERS/ FIRST RESPONDERS/ SUPPORT PERSONAL/ JUNIOR FIREFIGHTERS - COPY

The Saluda County Fire Service is currently searching for individuals who are highly motivated to become a part of our team and who are willing to help others within the community. We are looking for firefighters to gain certifications set forth by the department, meet participation requirements, and assist with community events as needed. We welcome individuals who do not want to fight fire to apply with our department as well. We use these support personnel positions to assist with public education programs, fundraising events, and support functions on fire scenes.

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

Volunteer 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.

Paid On Call Firefighter

We at the Port Edwards Fire Dept are looking for individuals who want to make a difference in the community. As a Firefighter for Port Edwards, you will perform duties both in emergency and non-emergency situations. No experience needed, your training will be at no cost to you, we will train you.

We require you to be fire fighter 1 certified within 18 months of joining.

Volunteer Firefighter

Volunteering at Forest Grove Fire and Rescue 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, 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. Volunteer Category: Firefighter, EMT

Requirements Over 18 years of age Must have a clean driving record (ask for more information) Free of any felony convictions Ability to commit time towards training and response Valid Oregon Drivers License

Firefighter

The Stoddard-Bergen Fire Department provides fire protection and first responder services, fire safety inspection, and education to the Village of Stoddard and the Town of Bergen. The Fire Chief along with all of the volunteer firefighters and first responders provides round-the-clock protection. Have You thought of Becoming A Volunteer Firefighter? Interested in Serving Your Community? We are always looking for dedicated, conscientious, and team-oriented community members that may be willing to help our residents when they need it most. We offer training and education to those qualified and looking to join our organization. To begin, download the application from this page and submit it to the Fire Chief's office at our location.

We will train you to your skillset. Primary resident within 10 miles of the station at 188 N Main St. Stoddard, WI

Entry Level Firefightes, Interior Firefighters, and Support Staff

The Woodruff, WI Fire Department is currently seeking volunteers. We are a hard working, progressive, and proud group. We are looking for help of all ages and abilities. We even have a junior firefighter program for kids age 14 and up. No experience needed for the entry level and support positions. We will provide all schooling and training. If you have experience and have already been trained, we would love to talk with you.

Must be a hard working, goal oriented, team player.

Volunteer Firefighter

Interested in helping your community saving lives and property. The Holton Fire Department is looking for volunteer firefighters. We cover 239 square miles of Jackson County.

Qualifications for membership (A) Must be 18 years of age (B) Must have a valid Kansas Driver’s License (C) Must be free of any felony and/or serious misdemeanor convictions. (D) Be a resident within the fire district or within a five (5) mile radius of the City of Holton and/or a Satellite Station (Denison, Circleville) for at least (1) year. (E) Be of good character and be of high moral standing within the community. (F) Be subject to substance abuse and drug screening test as per City of Holton employment requirements. (G) Be subject to a background check. (H) Be physically fit to perform any and all duties reasonably expected of a firefighter. (I) Be able to attain the required amount of training (24 hours) in a year’s time. (Jan 1 – Dec 31)

Firefighter I

For the full job description, visit: www.levycounty.org/employment ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS The following describe the principal functions of this position and scope of responsibility, but should not be considered an all-inclusive listing of work functions. Individuals may perform other duties as assigned, including working in other functional areas; • Responds to emergency calls • Reads maps • Drives emergency vehicles as necessary • Observes and performs emergency medical care • Evaluates scene on arrival; determines nature and extent of illness or injury; takes vitals and visually observes changes in skin color; determinates patient status by interpreting diagnostic signs; determines size of and hazards of fire scene. • Establishes priority for emergency care; initiates first responder procedures at the scene as necessary. • Renders appropriate emergency care, based on competency level, to stabilize the patient such as Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR), spinal immobilization, providing oxygen, triage, assess the effects of treatment. • Uses medical equipment, based on competency level, follows infection disease protocol; practices proper disposal of biohazard waste. • Performs station housekeeping and routine office work as required. • Assists in lifting, carrying, and transporting patient to ambulance and on to a medical facility. • Prepares, decontaminates, inspects, inventories, repairs, and/or maintains medical equipment and supplies, first aid materials, and vehicles for safe operation; tests all equipment on a regular basis and checks for future readiness. • Communicates effectively and coherently over two-way radio channels while initiating and responding to radio communications. • Attends shift meetings and in-service training as required to remain knowledgeable of departmental operations, to promote improved job performance, and to stay current with changing job related techniques, state/local policies, procedures, codes, and laws. • Assists with community events such as educating children and the public on the 911 emergency system, fire prevention procedures, and Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR). • Performs duties related to fire suppression and prevention including; rescue, entry, ventilating and salvage work. • Performs duties on motor vehicle accidents (MVAs) including; emergency medical care and extrication. • Assists with fire pre-planning.

• High school graduate or equivalent. • 18 years of age. • Current State of Florida Bureau of Fire Standards Firefighter I Certificate. • Current First Responder Certificate. • Current Hazmat Operations Certificate. • 16 hour Emergency Vehicle Operations Course (EVOC) certification. • Current American Heart Association CPR Provider. • A valid State of Florida driver's license free from convictions of reckless or careless driving or driving under the influence of alcohol or controlled substances for a period of not less than three (3) years preceding employment. • Current ICS 100, 200, 700, and 800. • Must meet physical requirements as stipulated by Florida Statutes, Chapter 633.34 and satisfy requirements of NFPA 1582.

Volunteer Firefighter

Orcas Island Fire & Rescue is an all hazards response department which provides emergency services to all of Orcas Island. Our services include EMS, structural and wildland firefighting, technical rescue, search & rescue, and marine response. We are a combined career / volunteer department. Station 21 in Eastsound is staffed 24 hours/day by a paramedic and a firefighter/EMT, plus volunteer duty crew. There are an additional 6 fire stations distributed across the island. OIFR puts on a Firefighter Academy which prepares volunteers to pass the Firefighter 1 certification tests. Once a recruit passes the Firefighter Academy they become full members of the department. We are a small community of neighbors helping neighbors. If you interested in volunteering please feel free to call or stop by the station to chat and have a look around.

You must be a full time resident of Orcas Island, over 18 years of age, have a high school diploma or equivalent, be able to pass a physical, and pass a background check and drug screen.

Volunteer Firefighters

We are accepting applications for new members. Do you have a desire and willingness to help others? Have you always wanted to give back to the community in some way? Consider joining our team! Firefighting is so much more than running into burning buildings. There is room for all kinds of positions. Support is needed on and off the fireground including but not limited to administrative duties, fundraising, educational programs, community outreach programs, rescue, and firefighting. For more information or to get an application please contact us at 724-258-6871 or send an email to 62mfd@comcast.net

-You must reside within 2 miles of our station. -All training and equipment will be provided free of charge. -All applicants that are accepted will be under a probationary period during which time they must complete a basic training course. -Must be able to pass a child clearance check from the PSP. -Must be able to pass a PSP Criminal history check. (No felonies or charges of arson) -Must possess a willingness to work well with others and to help those who are in need of our service. -Applicants 18 and older can apply to be a firefighter -Applicants 16 and 17 can apply to be a Junior Firefighter with parent permission. All junior applicants will be governed by the junior firefighting guidelines set forth in the Commonwealth of PA

Volunteer

If you've got the heart to serve your community in ways few can, we've got volunteer opportunities for you. From emergency medical services to fundraising and fire safety education, there a number of ways to volunteer.

To become a certified firefighter for our department, must be willing to obtain 36 hours of training per year and CPR. The fire department first responder program: Medical Responders and EMTS must have additional 36 hours of training per year that is approve by the North Carolina Office of EMS.

Volunteer Firefighter/Support personnel and Firefighter Explorers

We are looking for individuals who are highly motivated to become a part of our team. We expect our firefighters to gain certifications set forth by the department, meet participation requirements, and assist with community events as needed. We welcome individuals who do not want to fight fire apply with our department as well. These "non-firefighting" duties are limited to only a few slots. We would use these support personnel to assist with public education programs, fundraising events, and support functions on fire scenes.

Volunteer firefighters and support personnel must be at least 18 years of age, pass a criminal background check, and possess a valid SC driver's license. We also require an application process that includes a field agility test (Support personnel may not be subject to this). We recommend individuals have at least a GED or high school diploma due to the required certification testing. Our explorer program is taking applications for new explorers. Explorers must be at least 14 years of age and have successfully completed the 8th grade. These individuals may remain in the explorer post until the age of 21. Our explorers must meet participation standards set forth by the department.

Firefighter

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/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

Trigg Lyon Volunteer Fire Department is in need of men and women to volunteer there time and services to become a Volunteer Firefighter, to help protect the community from whatever and whenever a disaster strikes. All training will be provided to all applicants to better train you to protect yourself and your team while on the fire grounds and/or vehicle accidents. In todays world volunteers are very scarce and people don't want to help people in their community without getting something in return, its very sad and disheartening to say the least but the job still has to get done so will you be the difference your community needs? These are 3 of my all time favorite quotes to live by 1 - Courage is not the absence of fear, but rather the judgement that something or someone else is more important than fear!!! 2 - We were all born with the ability to change someone's life, don't ever waste it!!! 3 - If service is beneath you then leadership is beyond you!!! If you have ever experienced a void deep within you or just feel like something is missing then this may be what you've been missing. This is a Brotherhood/Sisterhood/ Family like you have never experienced before. Always knowing and never doubting that these brothers and sisters have your back no matter what is like nothing else in the world!! If you would like to help make a difference in your community then please feel free to hit us up and we look forward to meeting with you.

Jr firefighters can be at least 15-18 yrs old Firefighters must be 18 years old. Must have a valid drivers license. Must pass a background check. Must be willing to get certified within 2 years of joining the Fire Department. KY Fire Commission requires you to be 150 hours certified within 2 years. Stop in on our Training nights. 2nd and 4th Monday at 6:30 Pm of each month.

Stay-at-Home Parents needed as daytime Firefighters (Structural and/or Wildland)

Garfield County Fire District 1 is in need of daytime volunteer Structure and/or Wildland Firefighters. Are you a mom or dad with kids in school during the day? Are you looking for a new challenge to fill you daytime hours while the kids are gone? Do you want to give back to the community? We could use your help! We are often short-staffed during the day because most of our volunteer firefighters are working and are unable to respond. We desperately need volunteers that are available to respond during the day. All training is provided and you won’t be asked to do anything that you are not qualified to do. Firefighter training is held on the 1st and 3rd Wednesday evenings from 6 pm – 8 pm of each month. Structural firefighting training is held in the fall and winter month, wildland firefighting training is held in the spring and early summer months. Late summer and early fall trainings are suspended during harvest. Emergency calls can last anywhere from 30 minutes to several hours. We understand that you may need to be back to meet your children after school and arrangements can usually be made to get you back in time. WOMAN ARE STRONGLY ENCOURAGED TO APPLY! Call or stop by the station and we’ll be happy to answer all your questions.

Firefighting training on the 1st and 3rd Wednesdays of each month, 6 pm - 8 pm. Valid driver’s license

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

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.

EMT

Immediate hiring of several part time EMTs. 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 or NREMT licensure Valid Wisconsin Driver's License High School Diploma/GED

Firefighter

We are looking to add more volunteers to our Department. We are an all volunteer Dept with about 30 members at this time. We have one station and run about 450 calls a year which include Fires, EMS, Rescue and Hazmat type calls. No experience needed.

Must be 18 or older with a high school diploma, have a valid drivers license, pass a back ground check and have a medical physical. Must also live within 2 miles of our Fire District boundaries.

Firefighter, First Responder, EMT

The Shirland Fire Department is currently seeking applications for the department. You must live within the Shirland fire district or live within 3 miles of the station. If you have any questions please contact the Fire Department at 815 629 2406. This is not a manned station so if you could please leave a voice mail, someone will get back to you. Please also check us out on Facebook as that account is monitored. Training & protective gear is provided.

Must be over 18 years of age and have a valid drivers license.

Firefighter/EMT

The Centennial Fire District has immediate openings for the position of Firefighter/EMT. This is a paid “on-call” position offered only to those who are able to respond within 5 minutes to our fire station in Circle Pines. All training and equipment is provided. The current pay rate ranges from $10.00-$13.25 per hour plus $5000 per year into a retirement plan. We are looking for positive people who can make a long-term commitment to serve our communities. This position will require from you an average of 25 hours per month at any given hour. All candidates will have to complete an application form in order to be considered for the position and will be subjected to a criminal background & psychological review prior to appointment. You must be at least 18 years old to apply. More information can be found by going to our website at www.centennialfire.org . If you want to become part of a progressive team who works to provide quality service to the community, this is the place!

All candidates will have to complete an application form in order to be considered for the position and will be subjected to a criminal background & psychological review prior to appointment. You must be at least 18 years old to apply.

Volunteer Firefighter

Performs emergency services and rescue activities involving protection and safety of the community through prevention and control of fires. Works under the general supervision of the Fire Chief, Assistant Fire Chief and Training Officer. Must be able to work as a team member under stress caused by emergencies, danger, or criticism and must be able to work fast while concentrating very hard. Typical Duties Performed: * Responds to fire or emergency calls. * Radios the dispatcher for additional help or special rescue and/or utility services, if needed. * Operates emergency vehicles using the most expeditious route, depending upon traffic and weather conditions. * Performs duties at emergency scene wearing personal protective equipment as directed by the Fire Chief or Officer in Charge. * Participates in continuing education and training programs. * Ensures after each call that all supplies and equipment are clean and ready for use. * Carries, places and climbs ladders for rescue or ventilation operations. * Searches burning buildings for persons who may be inside. * Connects hoses to water sources and carries hoses at fire scene. * Performs clean up operations after a fire has been extinguished. * Cleans and maintains fire equipment and apparatus. * Performs such other duties as directed by the Fire Chief, Assistant Chiefs and Training Officer.

Knowledge, Skills and Abilities: * Considerable ability to give and receive verbal and written directions and instruction. * Considerable ability to analyze situations and determine appropriate action. * Considerable skills to expertly drive an emergency vehicle under any conditions. * Considerable ability to respond quickly and appropriately to crisis and emergency situations. * Considerable ability to walk or crawl through smoke filled areas; drag or carry trapped victims from burning buildings. * Working ability to carry, lift, extricate, climb, hoist and other similar maneuvers in a manner not detrimental to co-workers, victims or self. * Working ability to work with or around irritants, fumes, smoke, infectious disease and hazardous chemicals at an accident or fire scene. Physical Requirements: Vision: Normal vision needed with or without correction. Requires both near and far acuity. Hearing: Normal hearing needed. To do this work the fire fighter must discriminate among similar sounds in environments with a great deal of background noise. Lifting Needed: The fire fighter may be required to lift 100 pounds or more. Walking and/or Mobility Needed: Must be able to walk or crawl while carrying or lifting. Must be able to ascend and descend stairs or ladders. Must be able to balance and ability to steady oneself and keep from falling. Must be capable of reaching (extend the hands or arms in any direction); handling (seizing, holding, grasping, turning, or otherwise working with the hands); fingering ( picking, pinching, or otherwise working with the fingers); and feeling (perceiving attributes of objects such as size, shape, temperature, or texture by means of receptors in skin, particularly those of the fingertips. Must be capable of applying a leg lock with either leg upon a ground ladder to provide a safe anchor when operating hose lines or performing rescue work.

Firefighter EMT Call Department

Interested in becoming a Firefighter or how about becoming an EMT? Waterboro Fire Department is seeking individuals within the community willing to complete training requirements to serve as an emergency first responder.

Candidates must be able to complete a physical assessment, pass criminal history and drivers license review. Candidates wishing to complete the Firefighter 1 & 2 programs should be in good physical health.

Firefighter, and/or EMT-B, EMT-A, EMT-P

We are looking for volunteers to help fill our roster and join us as we open up our newest station within the next couple of months. We are looking for fire only, EMS only, or a combination of both.

Fire and/or EMS State of Ohio certifications

VOLUNTEER FIREFIGHTER, JUNIOR FIREFIGHTERS, SUPPORT AND ADMINISTRATION MEMBERS

In 2019 the members of Lower Saucon Fire Rescue dedicated over 4,050 hours of responding to emergency calls, training, and performing equipment and station maintenance. We responded to 705 calls. The members of Lower Saucon Fire Rescue are highly trained in multiple areas of emergency response, not just firefighting including vehicle and special vehicle rescue, hazardous materials, emergency medical care, incident command, rope rescue, and water rescue. We operate 3 stations - 3 Engines, 2 Tenders, 1 Heavy Rescue, 2 Brush Trucks, 1 Ladder Tower, 1 Traffic Unit, 2 Command, and 1 Utility truck. The mission of Lower Saucon Fire Rescue is to save lives and protect property through emergency medical service, fire, and rescue response and fire prevention. We respond immediately when any member of our community needs help with professional, effective and compassionate service. The Se-Wy-Co and Southeastern Fire Companies, serving Lower Saucon Township, are proud to announce they have formally merged and are now Lower Saucon Fire Rescue.

The only requirement is your desire to help out the community in which you live. Our department is 100% volunteer and relies on the community for support. There are many positions that need to be filled in our company, from fire fighting, fire police, and support services. Our company is all-volunteer, free of any paid positions. Training and equipment are always free.

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.

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.

Firefighter

Volunteer Firefighter/Operator

No prior experience needed

Active Duty, Limited Duty and Fire Corps positions available

An Active Duty volunteer member is trained to perform a wide range of firefighting duties for the District including interior and exterior structure firefighting, wildland firefighting, fire engine driver, pump operator and various incident command positions. A Limited Duty volunteer member of the District receives training to perform certain specific “support” duties but does not meet the broader training and certification requirements of an Active Duty member. Limited Duty Support services include, incident command, pump operations, pulling and loading hose, tanker shuttle operations, assisting Active Duty firefighters on the fire ground. A Fire Corps volunteer member provides administrative support services, for the department.

Requirements vary widely from the most demanding physical ability and training/time requirements of an Active Duty Firefighter to the least demanding physical ability and training/time requirements of a Fire Corps member. The Department has been organized purposely to provide almost everyone with the opportunity to volunteer. All the work is necessary regardless of the position and we all joke, laugh and tease each other and look forward to our times together. The department culture of enjoying working together has developed over many years and seems to self perpetuate itself and becomes stronger the longer it is in existence. The best teams have two essentials, one is a requirement of excellence and the other is a desire for excellence. Join our team!

Volunteer Firefighter, fire ground support, apparatus driver/operator

We are looking for volunteers. Fire training is a plus but is not a requirement. We will train on-site, You can train to whatever level you are comfortable with, from non-firefighting support up to interior certified firefighter. We have SC Fire Academy certified instructors on the dept and hold SCFA classes in the county quite often. We are a rural fire dept that assists our community with fire suppression, wildland firefighting, vehicle crash extrication and rescue. If you are looking for a way to aid your community as well as getting the great feeling of satisfaction that comes with being a member of the brotherhood of firefighters, look no further. You will find few opportunities more rewarding than this honorable profession.

All we ask is that you have a desire to help your neighbors, your community, and your fellow man during what may be the worst day of their lives. We can be the ones to save their property or maybe their lives. Together, we can make a difference. Call us at (843) 442-6704

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.

Volunteer Firefighters Needed

We are looking for anyone living in the North Syracuse area interested in becoming a volunteer firefighter with the North Syracuse Fire Department. We are a very progressive department that currently is staffed with 40 firefighters including some that are also Paramedics and Emt's. We currently operate out of two stations with 3 Engines,1 Heavy Rescue, 1 Tower Ladder, 2 Light Rescues all under the direction of 3 Fire Chief's. We run approximately 700-800 calls of service a year. We also sponsor a student bunk in program in conjunction with the local colleges in which we currently have 5 Bunk in students.

Must be 18 years of age with a High School Diploma or GED, must live in the fire protection area or work 40 hours in the district.

Firefighter

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

Training is provided.

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.

Firefighters and EMTs needed

Earleigh Heights Volunteer Fire Company is an Engine / Rescue Squad / EMS company in the middle of busy Anne Arundel County MD. Join our team as a volunteer and help us upstaff with our career AACO partners. We have all of the pieces to make you the best Firefighter or EMS provider. Live-in opportunities available.

Meet the physical requirements of AACO Pass a criminal background check Min 16 years of age Great Attitude Willingness to learn Ability to meet monthly riding minimum standards

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

The volunteer firefighter is responsible for work performed in combating, extinguishing, and preventing fires, and protection of life and property through firefighting activities. The volunteer firefighter performs other duties in areas such as responding to emergency medical calls, hazardous materials incidents, rescues, searches and other public safety or community service functions. Duties may also include other support services under close supervision of the fire officers or other fire department members. Independent judgement is sometimes used according to the situation and sometimes different courses of action must be considered to complete the task.

18 years of age and are required to pass a drug screen/background check.

Fireifghter/EMT

Looking for able bodied members of the Gerton community to serve as volunteer firefighters. We will train you to meet the standards required for the position.

Contact the department for list

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.

Live-in's Wanted

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

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

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.

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!

Firefighter/Operator

We are seeking volunteers for entry level firefighting and also experienced driver/operators.

Must be a resident of the immediate response area for our department which is typically anywhere north of Gloria Switch Rd. Must be ready, willing, and able to train aggressively and respond to all manner of alarms. Attendance is required for training twice a month on weeknights and a monthly meeting. Additional training throughout the year is scheduled when available.

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.

Volunteer

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

No experience necessary!

Firefighter, EMT, Driver/Operator, Fire Police, Administrative, Fundraising

We are looking to build our ranks with both Regular Membership(minimum 18 years of age) or junior membership(minimum 14 years of age). We are looking for anyone who can help in any way possible from a social member who wants to help with just Fundraising and Administrative Duties to someone who wants to run on Emergency Calls such as Fires, Car Crashes, Rope Rescues, Wildfires, Search and Rescue, and many more. Check us out, reach out, and we can fill you in on so much more!

Must Pass a Background and Child Abuse Clearance

Volunteer Firefighter - COPY

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

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

Volunteer First Responder

Robinson, a community outside Waco, Texas with a population hovering 12,000 is always accepting applications for first responders. We are always looking for great firefighters and/or emergency medical providers to join this family. If you are interested in being either a firefighter or emergency medical responder (or both), we would love to visit with you.

-You must be at least 18 years old. -You must live within 1 mile of the city limits. -You must be willing to complete textbook and physical training within a reasonable amount of time as outlined once approved.

Part-time Firefighter

The Campbell County Fire Department is recruiting Part-time Firefighters for all 10 of its fire stations. An open application period will begin on August 1, 2017 and will run through September 29, 2017. The Part-time Firefighter Recruitment/Application Process is fairly involved, and it encompasses a period of several months. It consists of the following: • Complete and submit an application packet • Submit to Criminal and Driving Background Checks • Attend an Orientation Session • Take Pre-employment Classroom and Physical Agility Exams • Undergo an Oral Interview • Undergo Drug Screening • Undergo Medical Physical Exam New part-time firefighter candidates attend CCFD’s weekly Recruit Academy classes that run from February through May of each year. If you have questions or would like clarification about any part of the Part-time Firefighter recruiting or application processes, please access CCFD's website at www.ccfire.us, then click "Recruitment," then select "Part-time Recruitment." You may also call CCFD Fire Station One at (307) 682-5319 and speak with the fire department's Recruiting Coordinator

Pre-application qualifications include the following: * US Citizen * Read, write, and speak in English * High school diploma (or GED certificate) * Valid drivers license and dependable transportation * Must be at least 18 years old * Must pass Criminal and Driving Background Checks

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.

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/EMT

Volunteers needed for all aspects of the job.

Will help get all training.

Traditional Volunteer Firefighter and or EMT

Toutle Fire Rescue is an all-volunteer fire department. We respond to approx. 500 medical/fire calls per year. Being a Volunteer is a 24/7 job – members have pagers and are “toned” out when someone has dialed 911. We respond to various emergency situations, and we train to be ready. The main station is in Toutle across from the school and the substation is located on S. Silverlake Rd. in Castle Rock Volunteer members receive both fire and medical training, along with a stipend for call as well as the opportunity to work 10 hour shifts with our shift volunteers. Members are required to attend 50% of the drills and 20% of the calls

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.

Volunteer Firefighter

Performs firefighting activities including, laying hose, and performing fire combat, containment and extinguishment tasks. Performs emergency aid activities including administering first aid and providing other assistance as required.

Live within the response district Be at least 18 years of age and a high school graduate, or possess a GED equivalent Possess a valid Ohio driver's license Complete the volunteer firefighter application form Submit to a background check Submit to one or more interviews Submit to a drug test

Firefighter Recruit

Basic firefighter emt/ paramedic Apparatus driver Support

No experience needed.

Firefighter or Department Support

We are always in search of willing volunteers either to serve as firefighters, truck drivers, apparatus maintenance, truck bay cleaning, board members and more.

Firefighters will have more stringent requirements, as will truck drivers. For all volunteers, we simply ask that you commit to a term you know you can commit to. Show up. Thank you!

Emergency Medical Technician (EMT)

The Syosset Fire Department (SFD) was organized in 1915 by local residents to help protect their community from the potential ravages of fire. A century later, we are still proud volunteers who provide a professional level of Fire, Rescue and Emergency Medical Services (EMS) to our neighbors in the Syosset Fire District. We respond to over 2,000 alarms annually, including structural and vehicle fires, carbon monoxide and automatic fire alarms, auto accidents, hazardous materials incidents and medical emergencies.

Membership is open to men and women at least 18 years of age who reside in the Syosset Fire District, which includes the communities of Syosset and Woodbury as well as portions of Jericho, Oyster Bay Cove, Muttontown and Laurel Hollow. Applicants can choose either firefighting or EMS membership or both. No prior training or experience is necessary.

Volunteer Firefighter

Volunteers willing to train and become knowledgeable members of the fire service to assist in providing services to the Pine Hill Fire District and surrounding areas.

-Be able to pass a drug test (if required) -Have a good driving record -Have your own method of transportation -Be willing to learn

Fire fighter recruit

Looking for individuals interested in being part of a team in Mt Holly NJ. Your local fire department is looking for volunteers 18 and up. Make a difference in your town.

18 years of age Clean criminal background

Volunteer Firefighter/EMT

Dexter Rural Fire Protection District is looking for hard-working individuals that want to make a difference in their community. No experience is required! We provide in-house NFPA accredited and certified training to all members, a positive and continually changing work environment, and many career development opportunities. Dexter RFPD covers emergency calls from Pleasant Hill to Oakridge, with our district spanning 17 miles along Highway 58. We provide our district with emergency medical response, water rescue, motor vehicle accidents, wildland fire and structural fire response.

- Must be at least 18 years of age - Must have a valid Oregon Drivers License - Must have an insurable driving record - Must be able to pass a drug screen and extensive background check

Brookville Fire Company Firefighter

At the BVFC we look for men and women of all ages and ethnic groups looking to better them selves and their community. Through personal experience in firefighting or ems not only looks good for future jobs or schooling it can open many doors throughout your experience! The BVFC serves approximately 5000 residents and visitors to the Brookville Pa area, Covers about 2 miles of Interstate 80 in the primary coverage area and assists another station with another 20 miles of Interstate 80. BVFC also provides water rescue services to the county of Jefferson and hazardous materials containment. And if your interested in medical the BVFC offers QRS or Quick Response Services to the community with its EMT's and EMR's. And while running an average of 300 emergency calls a year the BVFC also provides many social events to the residents of the area.

Be at least 14 years of age to join as a Junior member and 18 to be an active firefighter, have no criminal record, have a current PA state drivers license and be 18 to drive and operate the apparatus. There is no training requirements to join but there will be minimal training required after being accepted into the company which will be explained at that time.

Firefighter 1, First Responder, EMT,and basic Dept. support

Alturas Rural Fire Department is looking for volunteers. We are one of the largest 100% volunteer department in the State of California by area covered. We are an all risk dept., we respond to all calls from motor vehicle accidents, rope rescue, wild land firefighting, structure, medical, and help Modoc County Sheriff's Department with search and rescue.

Drug free and a clean back ground.

Volunteer Firefighter, fire ground support, apparatus driver/operator

We are looking for volunteers. Fire training is a plus but is not a requirement. We will train on-site, You can train to whatever level you are comfortable with, from non-firefighting support up to interior certified firefighter. We are a rural fire dept that assists our community with fire suppression, wildland firefighting, vehicle crash extrication and rescue. If you are looking for a way to aid your community as well as getting the great feeling of satisfaction that comes with being a member of the brotherhood of firefighters, look no further. You will find few opportunities more rewarding than this honorable profession.

All we ask is that you have a desire to help your neighbors, your community and your fellow man during what may be the worst day of their lives. We can be the ones to save their property or maybe their lives. Together, we can make a difference. Call us at 843-442-6704

Volunteer Firefighter

Firefighter is not just a job or a hobby, it is a calling. Do you have what it takes? Join our team today! We have a professional and talented group of firefighters who are proud to serve their community as volunteer firefighters. Firefighter training is required and provided at no charge to firefighters.

Eligible applicants must be at least 18 years of age and have a legal right to work in the US. Applicants must possess a valid Tennessee driver license and motor vehicle insurance. Applicants must possess HS diploma or equivalent. Training is preferred, but is not required and will be provided.

Recruit Firefighter

The Campaign-Rock Island Fire Department is seeking motivated individuals who are looking to make a difference in their community. With roles ranging from emergency response to non firefighting support we are sure to find a job that suits your interest level.

18 Years of age or older Self motivated Live within 15 min of the departments response area.

Volunteer Firefighter

Under the supervision of the Fire Chief, Firefighters perform advanced firefighting work in preventing, combating, and extinguishing fires, responding to hazardous incidents, brush fires and emergency calls like EMS assistance and vehicle rescues. Work involves training for and participating in duties of protecting life and property through the performance of firefighting and emergency service activities. Volunteer Firefighters are required to learn and participate in the operation of apparatus and the performance of hazardous tasks under emergency conditions which may require strenuous exertion under such conditions as smoke, fire, heat and cramped surroundings.

Must live in or work full time inside the Lacon Sparland Fire Protection District taxing area. 18 years or older. Valid Drivers licence. Obtain Class B, Non-CDL within 1 year of probation start date. No past firefighting experience needed.

Firefighter

So your interested in becoming an Echo Hose Firefighter? Below is some important information on what it takes and what is expected/required of you if you become a member. Note, not every requirement and expectation is listed here. Full details on membership will be given once you apply or if you choose to setup a meeting with us.

-Must be at least 16 years of age and live within 10 miles of the firehouse to apply (379 Coram Avenue, Shelton, CT 06484) -Submit an application online at echohosefd.com with a $20 application fee -Meet the company officers and get a tour of the firehouse -Interview with the Investigation Committee/Officers -Pass a Criminal Background check -Pass a Medical Examination -Favorable vote by the company membership

Volunteer, Firefighter, EMT, Cadet, Junior Firefighter, Rescue Provider

The West Yadkin Fire Department accepts applications for membership year-round and encourages anyone with a desire to serve others, or just with a curiosity of what we do to come to speak with one of our members and if desired enough, apply for membership with our organization. This is a family of members, and as a member, you are part of that family. It is hard work, but the reward of serving others greatly outweighs that difficulty. We offer in house training and have capabilities of getting members into classes needed to become a certified and qualified emergency services provider in several different areas of fire department operations if they desire. These include fire, rescue, and medical certifications.

We seek men and women with strong moral fiber and a willingness to put others first, no experience or knowledge is required for the job. Adults: - NCDL Youth: - Passing Grades throughout school year

Volunteer Firefighter

The Rye Fire Department is actively recruiting individuals who wish to serve the City of Rye and surrounding areas in the capacity of firefighters. Eligibility requirements include men or women ages 18 and older, live or work in the City of Rye or a surrounding town, good physical condition, and have the desire to participate in fire and/or emergency activities. The various fire scene roles and responsibilities are determined by certifications obtained through various training programs. No training or fire service experience necessary for membership. The Rye Fire Department will sponsor any/all volunteer training given by Westchester County's Department of Emergency Services and the State of New York's Office of Fire Prevention and Control. Those persons who do not have the desire to participate in emergency activities, or who do not meet the physical requirements for active membership are also encouraged to join the department. These members contribute in the areas of fundraising, public relations, public education, and administrative assistance.

18 Years of Age and live within the vicinity of Rye

Call Firefighter

Me, a firefighter? No, I'm not the type. Indeed, many are not the type to be a volunteer firefighter or an EMS member. On the other hand, many who might be the type have never had the opportunity to experience the fulfillment this service creates in each volunteer. For a person to qualify to join our team, experience and training are preferred, but not required. One merely has to be at least 18 years of age and, most importantly, possess the desire to learn. Continual training is always available and is paid for by the department. We are call personnel: we respond to calls when we are available and are compensated for the calls we respond to. Most of our members have full-time jobs and come from all walks of life. Assist us in making a difference in peoples' lives If you would like to learn more about our organization, give us a call at (603) 924-8090 or stop by the station. We would be proud to show you around and tell you more about becoming a member of PFR. In the meantime, feel free to download our application packet.

- Must be at least 18 years old - Must have a willingness and desire to learn new things - Must be able to pass a drug test and have no major criminal convictions

Volunteer Firefighter

Princeton Junction Volunteer Fire Company is always accepting applications for membership. The requirements for each type of membership are listed below. Please review the different types of membership and then click the Want to Join link below for an application. Please fill out the application form and submit it we will then contact you. Volunteer Positions: Junior Firefighter, Active Firefighters (Resident), Active Firefighters (Non-Resident), Associate Members, and Fire Police Officers. This listing is for Volunteer Firefighter (Resident & Non-Resident). If you are interested in another position please apply through the correct position opening. Thank you.

Active Firefighters (Resident) · All applicants for active resident membership must be resident citizens of the Township of West Windsor; at least 18 years of age. · Applicants for active membership shall attend Firefighter 1 through a recognized fire school, such as Mercer County Fire School. Applicants will have the same responsibilities as a Junior Firefighter until completion of the Firefighter 1 course. Upon completion of the Fire Fighter 1 training, member shall have a probationary period of 1 year. · Applicants for active membership must make 20% of all fire calls and 50% of the drills and/or meetings to remain active. · Applicants must attend State Mandated courses (Blood born Pathogens, right to know, hazard materials awareness) every year. Active Firefighters (Non-Resident) · All applicants for active non-resident membership must be at least 18 years of age, must be a resident of an adjoining municipality, or must be employed within West Windsor Township. · Applicants for active membership shall attend Firefighter 1 through a recognized fire school, such as Mercer County Fire School. Applicants will have the same responsibilities as a Junior Firefighter until completion of the Firefighter 1 course. Upon completion of the Fire Fighter 1 training, member shall have a probationary period of 1 year. · Applicants for active membership must make 20% of all fire calls and 50% of the drills and/or meetings to remain active. · Applicants must attend State Mandated courses (Blood born Pathogens, right to know, hazard materials awareness) every year.

Volunteer Firefighter

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

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

All positions

Somerville Volunteer Fire Dept needs help in all positions. We are a small community in Barton township, Gibson county IN.

18 years old.

Firefighters Wanted

Give back to your community by becoming a volunteer firefighter. The Forest Hills Volunteer Fire Department is always looking for new members. No experience is necessary!

None - All training provided!

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

Looking for motivated people to give up many hours for training to become certified firefighters. This is a paid per call position.

Must be 18 to apply and live within our response areas. We will cover the costs of all your training.

Volunteer Firefighters and EMT's

Volunteer Firefighters and EMT's needed

No experience necessary; all training will be provided.

Firefighter

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

Minimum of 19 years old

Firefighter/EMT and Support Members

Small fire/rescue department looking to recruit motivated volunteers.

Willing to take state required firefighting classes. Including but not limited to FFI, Hazmat, CPR/FA.

Junior Firefighter

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

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

Volunteer Firefighter

We need your help! Douglass Township is growing at a rapid pace. Our volunteer firefighters are responsible for saving the residents and business owners of Douglass Township millions of dollars per year by providing free fire and rescue services. Currentl

16 years of age or older.

Water Tender Operator

The Water Tender Operators provide a specialized service of responding and operating water tender apparatus. This program requires residency within the Fire District boundaries. These volunteers respond to all fires and incidents within and outside of the Fire District in areas where hydrants are not available. This specialized service category is for volunteers that do not desire to maintain the higher training, annual compliance, certification and medical requirements that is required of Volunteer Firefighters. The time commitment for this position is about 6-10 hours per month. Our goal is to maintain 5 Water Tender Operators. Primary Duties: The statements contained herein reflect general details as necessary to describe the principle functions of this job, the level of knowledge and skill typically required and the scope of responsibility, but should not be considered an all-inclusive listing of work requirements. Individuals may perform other duties as assigned. Responds to alarms; performs all necessary duties as a water tender operator including, but not limited to, the operation of equipment, emergency apparatus and tools necessary to complete the task at hand and all others activities as required. Drives water tenders Code One (unless Code 3 qualified and ordered by IC to respond Code Three) to emergency scenes, operates pumps, Port-a-tanks, Hose and other equipment until extinguishment of fire. Follows standard policies, procedures, guidelines, and safety rules as outlined in federal, state, and local regulations as well as by the District for such activities. Performs duties in a manner which positively reflects on the Fire District. May be asked to assist in inspecting dry hydrants and draft site locations, clearing weeds and brush, paint and marks dry hydrant and draft site locations. Assists with duties peripheral to emergency incident scenes, depending on conditions and if so directed. May be asked to remove people from danger, performs emergency life support functions including the care and transportation of the sick and injured up to the individual’s level of training. Participates in fire district training and attends classes on techniques and other emergency topics as required to maintain necessary skills and proficiency levels as required by state and District standards. Assists in instruction of personnel as needed in efficient and modern practices and principles of fire service and water tender operations. May be asked to perform fire prevention and public education tasks as assigned. Compiles, writes and submits required reports by computer for emergency and non-emergency activities to various District Officers and/or Offices. Responds to the general public regarding questions and help following District policies and procedures in a courteous and respectful manner. Also may assist in public education and fire prevention including station tours, classroom presentation and greeting public walk-ins at stations. Performs other duties as assigned. Performs housekeeping and maintenance duties at the station as assigned. Performs tasks that involve exposure to blood, body fluids, or tissues that may be infectious with various Hepatitis Virus and Human Immunodeficiency Virus. Involves exposure to both indoor and outdoor environment including occasional exposure to extremes in temperature, dust, noise and other adverse psychological conditions. Keeps assigned apparatus in a constant state of readiness, may be asked to do apparatus inspections and performs necessary maintenance and repair. Maintains records and submits reports as may be required.

JOB REQUIREMENTS: Proof of eligibility to work in USA as per the I-9 immigration from requirements. Must be insurable by ERFD insurance carrier. Must be 21 years of age at time of ERFD Water Tender Operator Academy. Valid driver’s license. Successful background checks clearance. Successful drivers license check clearance. Successfully complete ERFD oral interview. Successfully complete ERFD physical ability evaluation. Successfully complete ERFD medical examiners certification. Successfully pass a UA drug screen. Successful completion of the ERFD Orientation Academy

Firefighter

Volunteer firefighter

Must live within the carsonville fire dept service area

Firefighter/EMT

Train to be a firefighter or an EMS provider

A US Citizen 18 years of age or older. Resident of the Setauket Fire District. you must be of sound moral character and must pass an entrance interview. In good physical health and able to pass the entrance medical physical and agility exam.

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.

PAID-PER-CALL AND PART-TIME FIREFIGHTER

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

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

Firefighter/EMT

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

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

Firefighter

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

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

Paid on Call Firefghter

The City of Ellsworth has an amazing opportunity for a Paid on Call Firefighters within our evolving Fire Department. The department is Fire/EMS system providing both fire suppression and non-transporting EMS to the City of Ellsworth. The Ellsworth Fire Department is always looking for people who want to serve their community. As a Department we are focused on training, wellness and a positive culture. The City of Ellsworth is a fast growing community with its needs ever evolving. Our Department is very fast paced, responding to over 1600 emergency calls in 2021 within the 94 square miles of Ellsworth’s both rural and urban settings. We work closely with neighboring communities, priding ourselves on our ability to provide and utilize mutual and automatic aid. Becoming a firefighter is a commitment, yet one that comes with great rewards. Knowing you have helped your neighbor in their time of need is a feeling many people do not get the chance to know. You also gain a second family you never knew you had. If you feel you have what it takes to join the crew, stop in and check us out. Applicants without firefighting experience must successfully complete the Hancock County Firefighters Academy which takes place every other weekend between January and May. In the Firefighters Academy you will learn basic firefighting skills, how a fires behave, and how to extinguish a real fire. Firefighters must attain Firefighter 1 and 2 within their first 12 months. Becoming a firefighter is a commitment, yet one that comes with great rewards. Knowing you have helped your neighbor in their time of need is a feeling many people do not get the chance to know. You also gain a second family you never knew you had. If you feel you have what it takes to join the crew, stop in and check us out. For more information stop by the station at 1 City Hall Plaza, or call 207-667-8666 To apply please submit an application online, apply online https://www.ellsworthmaine.gov/apply The City of Ellsworth, Maine is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

Applicants without firefighting experience must successfully complete the Hancock County Firefighters Academy which takes place every other weekend between January and May. In the Firefighters Academy you will learn basic firefighting skills, how a fires behave, and how to extinguish a real fire. Firefighters must attain Firefighter 1 and 2 within their first 12 months.

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

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

Firefighter

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

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

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.

Volunteer

Looking for Volunteers for Firefighting, EMS, and Fundraising. In house training and external classes available. http://chesterfieldfire-ct.org/

Willing to devote extended periods of time.

Volunteer Firefighter

The Duncan Rural Volunteer Fire Department is an all volunteer department. We cover about 110 square miles in Platte and Polk counties in Nebraska. Our average call load is currently around 55 per year. Majority of our calls are for smaller incidents such as grass and field fires. We also respond to a number of vehicle accidents as well as assisting on medical calls.

19 years old Valid drivers license Free from felony convictions

Volunteer Firefighter

As a Volunteer Firefighter for Ross Van Ness, you will be joining a family of dedicated individuals who love the community and the people we serve. We provide fire, rescue and educational services in southwest Chicot County. Including the communities of Ross Van Ness, Indian Switch, Wellford and Empire. We have a strong relationship with the City of Eudora Fire Department and provide support to the City of Eudora frequently. So if you live south of HWY 160 in Chicot County, please contact us today for more information!

Must be 18 years of age or older Must possess a Valid Arkansas drivers license

Firefighter/emt

Looking for individuals willing to put in the effort to serve the community. Driven to complete tasks put in extra effort to make sure things get done OCESD #2 is seeking motivated new members who are willing to serve our community. OCESD #2 provides in house firefighter training as well as pays for firefighters to attend fire training schools all over the state.

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

Firefighter or EMT-B or Department Support

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

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

Firefighter

We are looking for people, in our community, that would like to volunteer on our fire department.

You must live in our fire district and pass our written and physical test.

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

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

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

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 cadet

we will train you to become a firefighter and get you ready for the Firefighter 1 & 2 course. You will get hands on experience.

14 to 21 years old.

Volunteer Firefighter/EMT/Support Services/Tender Operators

ENTRY-LEVEL VOLUNTEER FIREFIGHTER AND FIREFIGHTER/EMT-B The fire district accepts applications for volunteer firefighters all year round. The district plans at least 1 fire academy a year for new volunteers or send our recruits to a regional fire academy. After the academy, our new volunteers attend the county EMT basic class to be certified as emergency medical technicians. Those who apply to the district with previous experience qualify for advanced entry. EMS ONLY POSITIONS Grays Harbor Fire District #2 recognizes that not everyone wants to be a firefighter and only wants to do the medical side of our trade. Those wanting to be EMT-B’s with the district will work side by side with our firefighter/paramedics learning how to provide prehospital care.

APPLICATION REQUIREMENTS Applicants must be at least 18 years of age Possess a valid Washington State driver's license. Possess a high school diploma or GED. Excellent Physical Condition. Pass written and physical examinations, oral interviews, criminal background, and driving record checks. Proof of COVID-19 Vaccination.

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

We are actively seeking new volunteers for Warren County Fire and Rescue. We have opportunities available at the 9 Stations that serve Warren County, including responding as a Firefighter and EMT or participating through Administrative duties and Fundraising.

-Must meet minimum age requirements, these requirements vary by station -Complete application process which includes background investigation, fingerprinting, and driving record check -Availability to attend station sponsored events -Ability to complete training requirements necessary before responding to calls -Desire to gain the free knowledge and training to be able to help members of your community

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

Expired

Firefighter, EMT, Advanced EMT, Paramedic

Investigate your opportunities

Availability, Eagerness to learn, Dedication

Firefighter, Junior Firefighter and Support Members

Do you have a desire to help your community? If so, we need you with our ever growing population in East Lampeter Township! We are a 100% volunteer organization. Our average annual call volume is 250+. We operate out of one firehouse with an engine, pumper tanker, tanker, two squads. Witmer offers free training to become a firefighter or Jr. firefighter. If getting dirty is not your thing, no problem! You can volunteer on the support side. We still need help cleaning apparatus, fundraising, public relations and day to day tasks.

*FBI and child abuse clearances. *Live or work in East Lampeter Township or Upper Leacock *All training is provided. No experience is needed! * 18 or older (or 14 with parental approval) *Good moral character *Desire to serve the community you work in live in

Firefighters and Emergency Medical Technicians

The McFarland Fire & Rescue Department has approximately 65 members on the department. We are currently recruiting new members and you are welcome to submit an application at any time. McFarland Fire & Rescue is a leader in providing Fire/EMS services. Serving the McFarland Area and surrounding townships, McFarland Fire & Rescue responds to over 800 emergencies a year with a highly dedicated paid on call/paid on premise staff of approximately 65 members, as well as a dedicated full-time staff of four Advanced EMTs, one Fire Inspector/Public Education Specialist, one Administrative Captain, and one Fire Chief. What can I get out of joining? • Commitment • Friendship • Community service • WE TRAIN YOU!

Must be 18 years or older and US citizen.

Volunteer Firefighter/EMS/Support

Do you want to help your community? Looking for something new and exciting? You probably have something great to offer the volunteer fire service! Join the Chaffee-Sardinia Fire Company today! Give time when you can and we will give you everything you need to become a successful first responder!

Time and Effort! We don't ask you for anything crazy, just come to whatever you can. We will give you the training and equipment to take on whatever skills or positions you wish to pursue!

Volunteer Firefighter / Department auxillary Member

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.

Fire Cadets

Learn about Fire & EMS Careers. Learn other life skills. Program for Ages 14 - 21

Must be 14 years of age, but not yet reached your 21st birthday.

TERRY FUND VOLUNTEER

The Terry Farrell FireFighters Fund was established after 9/11/01 in memory of Terry Farrell, killed while serving with Rescue 4/FDNY & past Chief of the Hicksville and Dix Hills Fire Departments. The Fund supports the families of firefighters across the United States with Educational & Financial Grants WHAT WE DO. The Fund to date has given out over $3,250,000 to the families of firefighters and an additional $4,00,000 in surplus gear and apparatus nationwide:  We grant scholarships to the children of firefighters and Emergency Workers across the Country  We assist with financial needs of emergency Workers in times of medical emergencies. Such assistance is available to all first responders nationwide.  We provide Cardiac Defibrillators to Educational Institutions and Communities showing need.  We provide emergency medical funding to any first responder or family member during times of need.  We supply rural Fire Departments with surplus equipment and apparatus donated from Fire Departments having a greater tax base and ability to obtain gear through such tax base.  We set-up and sponsor Blood and Bone marrow collections to assist with matching Donors and Cancer Victims nationwide.  We provide training to any first responders who can neither afford nor obtain such training.  We respond to disaster areas in the United States with needed emergency gear, apparatus and medical equipment.  We establish and train high school students as Explorer firefighters who can have a career as first responders. And we remain an all volunteer Fund with chapters in 16 States from New York

iF YOU HAVE A DESIRE TO WORK WITH SOME OF THE BEST FOLKS ACROSS THE NATION THE TERRY FARRELL FIREFIGHTERS FUND IS FOR YOU. IF YOU ARE ABLE TO DONATE FOUR (4) HOURS PER MONTH OR MORE HELPING WITH OUR MANY PROGRAMS SUCH AS WORKING EVENTS, HELPING AT TRADE SHOWS, PICKING UP SURPLUS GEAR AND EQUIPMENT, RESPONDING TO DISASTERS TO BRING SUPPLIES, OR EVEN WORKING IN THE OFFICE WE HAVE A SPOT. LOOK AT OUR WEBSITE, WWW.TERRYFUND.ORG, AND SEND US A EMAIL OR LOOK AT THE CHAPTERS WHO MAY BE NEAR YOU TO SEE IF YOU CAN HELP. WITH CHAPTERS FROM NEW YORK TO SAN DIEGO WE HAVE ROOM FOR EVERYONE.

Volunteer Firefighter

We are looking for Volunteer Firefighters. We are located in Delta, Missouri which is south of Cape Giradeau, Missouri. We cover Cape Giradeau County and provide mutual aid to surrounding Counties. High School Students are encouraged to apply.

Training provided

Firefighter

Peapack-Gladstone Fire Department is an all-volunteer. Our department is a group of dedicated neighbors helping neighbors and visitors alike. We need your help. If you enjoy our community; enjoy the many benefits of our town and surroundings; consider giving back. Become a firefighter.

Mostly a willingness to help your friends, neighbors, and visitors on what might be the worst day of their lives. Juniors must be between 16 and 18 Regular members start at 18

Firefighter

Volunteer firefighters needed. 120 hours of initial training, can be taken in 36 hour blocks.

All applicants will need to be a minimum of 16 years old for our junior department and have parents permission to join. All applicants 18 years old or older must have a clean criminal background before becoming a firefighter.

Firefighter/ EMT

Would you like to make a real difference in your town? Membership with Lovettsville Volunteer Fire and Rescue Company is a great way to contribute. Lovettsville Volunteer Fire and Rescue is looking for anyone interested in becoming a Firefighter, EMT, or Ambulance Driver. Training and Protective gear are provided free of charge! Those seeking Firefighter certification will undergo approximately 360 hours of training on nights and weekends over the course of 12 months. Those seeking EMT-B certification will undergo approximately 240 hours of training on nights and weekends over the course of 10 months. There are also many other opportunities for advanced training in technical rescue, Engine Driver, Officer, Instructor, and many others! We will provide the training, the equipment, and support to help you become a contributing member of a vital part of our town's support structure. All you need to have is the time and motivation, and in return, you'll gain the satisfaction of knowing you've helped your neighbors at their most difficult times.

You must be at least 13 years of age to apply for cadet membership and at least 16 years of age for other membership categories. You must complete a membership application and a full background check and driving record. We are required by Virginia state law (12VAC5-31-540) to obtain a criminal history background check conducted through the Central Criminal Records Exchange operated by the Virginia State Police. Operational members must also pass a NFPA 1582 physical. Non-certified, or those with a some of the below certs are always welcome, and we offer free training! The following certifications are required by the county to ride as minimum staffing as a firefighter: Hazmat Operations Firefighter I Firefighter II Mayday FF Down LP Gas Emergencies EMT-B

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.

Firefighter/EMS Provider

GENERAL PURPOSE: Protects life and property by performing fire fighting, emergency aid, hazardous materials, and fire prevention duties. Maintains fire equipment, apparatus, and facilities. Firefighters/EMS providers have the responsibility for the protection of life and property from the hazards of fire or other hazardous environments. SUPERVISION RECEIVED: Works under the close supervision of a Fire Lieutenant. May be assigned to report to a Fire Sergeant, senior firefighter or senior EMT. SUPERVISION EXERCISED: None. ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND LIMITED EMERGENCY RESPONSE DUTIES AS TRAINING PERMITS: - Performs firefighting activities including, laying hose, and performing fire combat, containment and extinguishment tasks if trained for this task. - Performs emergency aid activities including administering first aid and providing other assistance as required if trained for this task. - Performs salvage operations such as throwing salvage covers, sweeping water, and removing debris if trained for this task. - Responds to fire alarms and extinguishes or controls fires as a member of a team under the supervision of an officer if trained for this task. - Selects, drags, lifts and carries hose and nozzle depending on the type of fire, and correctly applies a stream of water or chemicals onto the fire if trained for this task. - Positions and climbs ladders to gain access to upper levels of buildings or assist individuals from burning structure if trained for this task. - Creates openings in buildings for ventilation or entrance using appropriate and available manual and power tools if trained for this task. - Protects property from smoke and water damage using positive pressure ventilation, salvage covers, smoke ejectors, and deodorants if trained for this task. - Wears appropriate protective clothing and equipment, including self-contained breathing apparatus if trained for this task. - Able to communicate with two-way communications systems if trained for this task. PERIPHERAL STAFF DUTIES: At direction of the Company Lieutenant; - Participates in fire drills, attends classes in firefighting, emergency medical, hazardous materials, and related subjects. - Attends regular and assigned training sessions to maintain and upgrade firefighting skills. - Participates in the inspection of buildings, hydrants, and other structures in fire prevention programs if trained for this task. - Maintains fire equipment, apparatus and facilities if trained for this task. - Performs minor repairs to departmental equipment if trained for this task. - 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 if trained for this task. - Presents programs to the community on safety and fire prevention topics if trained for this task.

SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS: - Must be eighteen (18) years of age or older at time of hire; - Must reside within Cedarville Township - Must possess, or be able to obtain by time of hire, a valid state driver's license without record of suspension or revocation in any state; - No felony convictions or disqualifying criminal histories within the past seven years; - Ability to read and write the English language; and - Ability to meet Departmental physical standards. EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE: - Graduation from high school or GED equivalent with no specialized training. - No specific work experience level required. - Certification as a volunteer firefighter/EMT Basic must be obtained within one (1) year of appointment. NECESSARY KNOWLEDGE SKILLS AND ABILITIES: - Working knowledge of driver safety; working knowledge of first aid; - 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;

Volunteer Fifefighter or EMS

Southgate Fire Dept. is recruiting for outstanding individuals who want to volunteer as a firefighter or who are interested in serving as an EMT or paramedic on our EMS service

Must be 18+ and willing to train and serve a minimum of 24 hrs. per month

Firefighter

Firefighter (Volunteer Status) This description is a general outline of the duties and responsibilities of the individual. This is not all inclusive, but provides a summary of what will be expected. The firefighter performs responsible service work in the fire profession and does related work as required. Work is performed under the supervision of a company officer, chief officer, or other qualified supervisor/superior. Typical tasks of a firefighter include: * Responding to any and all types of alarms. * Driving and operating equipment and related apparatus. * Performing fire suppression operations, including rescue, advancing handlines, entry, ventilation, salvage, and overhaul work. * Performing water support operations, including working with static water supplies and tanker/tenders. * Assisting with emergency medical care, including rescue and extrication of trapped victims. * Performing cleanup and overhaul work. * Establishing temporary utility services. * Assisting in maintenance and repair of fire apparatus and equipment, and cleaning and maintaining fire station and grounds. * Checking fire hydrant flows where and when applicable. * Assisting with fire code inspections and pre-fire plans. * Responding to emergency and non-emergency calls for service (ex.: gas leaks, motor vehicle crashes, fire alarm drops, etc.). * Participating in continuing training and education programs by individual study of technical material and attendance at scheduled drills and classes. * Conducting station tours for the public, school, and community demonstrations and programs. * Performing all other related tasks as necessary. * Performing all other duties as directed by a superior. While this is a volunteer position, the department does require a specific time commitment from its members. All firefighters are expected to answer at least 20 percent of the given runs in a calendar year (measured monthly) and attend at least 50 percent of the scheduled drills/trainings/activities offered in a calendar year. Management will work around work schedules as necessary, but it is the responsibility of the firefighter to consult with supervision regarding the need for adjustments.

REQUIRED 18 years of age or older High School Diploma or GED Ohio Volunteer Firefighter credentialing PREFERRED Ohio Firefighter I and/or II credentialing NIMS ICS 100, 200, 700, 800 course completion

Volunteer

Unaka Volunteer Fire Department is a rural fire department that responds to fire and medical calls in the Unaka community of Cherokee County. We need volunteers for all positions, including positions that do not fight fire such as traffic control, logistics, planning and fundraising. Training is provided nearly free of charge at the local community college for fire fighting and medical care. Please get in contact with any questions or interest. 36 hours of training required minimum per year as per state protocols.

Adults over 18 who can walk and stand at scenes, as well as those more physically fit for more strenuous positions. No fire fighting or medical care experience required to get started. Teenagers can join as junior members with limited duties.

Firefighter/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, or equivalent. 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

We are municipal department with 30 members and we are paid per call and for meetings. We ran 290 calls in 2014 and are on pace to meet that number this year. We have three engines, one tanker, one brush truck, one service truck, and a Chiefs vehicle.

To become a member one must pass a drug test, have a physical and criminal history report ran before becoming a member. All of these are at no cost to the member, we reimburse you for the amount. You do not have to have any experience or training, we wi

VOLUNTEER FIRE AND EMS MEMBERS

Charles County is currently looking for residents to "give back to their communities" by volunteering at their fire and/or EMS departments. Our 17 departments throughout the county are looking for daytime/nighttime drivers, firefighters, EMT's, administrative support staff, and auxiliary members. All training is FREE and provided locally. Be a part of an exciting opportunity TODAY; DON'T DELAY!!

16 years and older, subject to background check, physical required in some cases....

Paid On Call Firefighter's and EMT's

Combination Volunteer and Paid On Call Department. We service the City of Whitewater and numerous rural townships. We respond to over 1500 calls for service a year. Firefighters are Paid on Call for overnight shifts and paid for call response. EMT's have paid on call opportunities and paid call response.

Successfully pass a background check Have WI EMT-B or AEMT certification (Or be willing to attend and pass required training) Have WI Fire Fighter 1 or successfully complete Fire Fighter 1 Complete all Fire Department requirements for new members including a probationary period Applicants must be at least 18 years of age or older and posses a HS Diploma or GED. Applicants must be in good physical health and pass a physical. Applicants must have a valid drivers license with acceptable driving record.

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

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

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

Volunteer Members, Fire and Rescue

Hanover’s Rescue Squads and Fire Companies are seeking new members. This is a great opportunity to engage Community Service, Public Service, Civic Duty, Learning Opportunities and Richly Rewarding Experiences. We provide the training needed to become an Emergency Medical Technician or earn Virginia Firefighter certifications. This rewarding commitment provides challenge, achievement, self satisfaction, teamwork, camaraderie, feelings of helpfulness and other benefits. Persons who are dedicated, able to commit the time and willing to learn will find Fire and Rescue an excellent volunteer activity. Hanover Fire – EMS welcomes ages 16 and up, teenagers to seniors and retirees. Your interest and energy may help us respond to emergency calls. We also have some Administrative, “non operational”, positions and welcome volunteers with the skills needed to “run a business”. We encourage your visit to learn more.

Requirements may vary among our sixteen stations. Some quality training programs made available.

Probationary member, EMT, Firefighter

The Lopatcong Fire Department proudly serves the 5,000 residents of Lopatcong Twp Warren County NJ plus surrounding communities with fire/rescue services and first response for EMS calls. The department has 2 fire stations and is equipped with 2 Engines, 1 ladder truck, 1 cascade/special services truck, and 2 utilities.

- Preferably residency within Lopatcong Twp (not a must) - Age of 16 to be a junior member, 18 to be a member - no prior experience in emergency services is required

Firefighter/Rescue Technician/Fire Police/Fundraising

Join our team as a first responder handling nearly 200 calls for service a year. We operate out of one station in rural Pennsylvania with a rescue pumper, engine, brush truck and utility truck. We have 25 active personnel and are looking for more to assist in our mission. We also accept volunteers for fundraising and station duties.

Must be 16 years of age and have a clean background check for people 18 years of age and older.

Firefighter/EMT/Support

Looking to be part of something big? How about helping your neighbors? Levels VFD is seeking motivated volunteers to help protect the lives and property of everyone around us. No experience required! We will pay for all the state certifications needed. Most of our membership has aged out of the fire service or moved to find employment elsewhere. Please help us and become a Firefighter/EMT. Whatever your dreams are within the fire service we'll help you along that path.

Clean driving history (If over 18 years of age) No felonies

Firefighter

We are currently recruiting firefighters to help staff our station. We will provide all training and gear at no cost to you.

18 years of age. Must pass Fire School. Must pass PA State Police background and Child abuse background. Must reside close to Bensalem PA since we depend on home response. Experience not required and training provided at no cost to you.

Fire fighters, Support persons

Firefighter Support personnel

18 years old. Drivers record and SC back ground check will be made. Classes locally from the SCFA to train you as a firefighter. Support personnel help in department needs. Administrative,, fire ground support and grant writing

Volunteer

Spotsylvania County is looking for Volunteers! No experience necessary. Would you like to be a firefighter? an EMT? We will train you! Please come visit us at our recruitment informational meeting held on the 1st Wednesday of each month at Company 1 located at 7200 Courthouse Commons Blvd, at 7pm. Representatives from each volunteer department will be present to answer any questions you may have. If you are interested in applying, please choose the agency and click apply! Spotsylvania Volunteer Fire Department Spotsylvania Volunteer Rescue Squad Chancellor Volunteer Fire & Rescue Email sdwalker@spotsylvania.va.us if you have any questions!

Must pass criminal history and drug screening.

Firefighter/EMT

Looking for individuals interested in becoming both firefighters and EMT's.

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

Volunteer EMT

Morris Minute Men Emergency Medical Services is looking for volunteers to serve our community as Emergency Medical Technicians (EMTs). As a volunteer you will learn valuable first aid and life-saving skills as the first responders who answer 9-1-1 calls. You’ll receive on-the-job training as well as classroom training. Upon successful completion of an EMT certification course you will be certified by the New Jersey Department of Health as an EMT. Many of our students have used their experience with the Minute Men as an introduction for careers as nurses, paramedics, physicians’ assistants and doctors.

No requirements or experience needed to apply, just a willingness to volunteer.

Suport Volunteer

support volunteers assist at scenes in non-firefighter/rescue roles, hold comp[any business positions, help prepare meals for meetings, assist at fund-raising events

be able to assist on a volunteer basis

Firefighter, EMT, and Auxilary

Volunteering to help our community, and you choose in what capacity in which you would like, from interior firefighting, apparatus driver, and emergency medical services. All training and equipment is provided

No requirements to join other than being willing to help!

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.

Volunteer Firefighter/ Emergency Medical Responder

Silk Hope Volunteer Fire Department is seeking dedicated men and women to answer the call and protect the lives and property within our 100 square mile AHJ. We are a rural department with attack, water supply, rescue, and medical resources and respond in coordination with eight surrounding agencies. Contact us to see how you can get involved.

Must be at least 18 years of age and submit to a criminal and driving history background examination. Must be capable of responding to at least 18 calls per year and attending 36 hours of training per year.

New Volunteers

We are looking for people located in the Cape Vincent Fire District to join our volunteer fire department.

Be able to pass a background check. Live in the Cape Vincent Fire District. Be over 18 years of age. Must be able to attend required training in classroom settings and practical hands-on training.

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.

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.....

Firefighter/ EMT

Firefighter Respond to alarms perform firefighting duties including but not limited to the use of hoses pumps equipment emergency apparatus and tools.

Pass a drug and alcohol test. Pass a fingerprint National background check. Attend weekly drills on Monday evening from 7 to 9 at least 80% of all training drills. Complete 120 hours of firefighting 1 within one year. Complete 84 hours of Oregon emergency medical responder class or higher within one year. Must be 18 years of age or older. Follow standard policies and procedure guidelines and safety rules. Maintain fire apparatus equipment and Facilities. Participate in community activities publication standby for watches station tours and or other events that require positive public interaction.

Vol Firefighter & jr members

We need volunteers

16 yrs. old, good driving record

Fire Fighter

Basic fire fighter / EMR

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

Volunteer Firefighters

Volunteer firefighters

Mo driver license

Chief

The Adams Fire Department is located in the State of New York, County of Jefferson, and Village of Adams. The Adams fire department was organized on April 16th, 1929, as a volunteer fire department, for the purpose of providing fire protection. The Adams Fire Department is organized to: save lives, suppress and control fires, provide fire prevention education, hazardous materials response, public assistance during natural emergencies and other activities as deemed in the best interest of the fire department or citizens of our community. Membership of the fire department is comprised of active. Active membership is divided into interior and exterior Firefighters. The total number active membership shall not exceed 70 active members. It is the commitment of this department to provide to the best of our ability, a safe operation, prevent accidents, illness, fatalities, and comply with all applicable laws and regulations. The Adam Fire Department also has an amazing Explorer group and Restricted Active Members (RAM) for 16-18 ages. that meets every Monday nights from 6:30- 8:30 pm, Except for 2nd Monday of each month. along with We also started a Club Member status for the younger 10 to 13 years of age.

Willing to learn and to be a team player. All you training is free, and we provide you with all your necessary equipment. Membership applications can be picked up at our fire Station or downloaded on our website www.adamsfd.org

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.

Volunteer Firefighter

FDMH is looking for your help! We are actively recruiting volunteer firefighters that live or work in our community. We are a combination fire department, staffed by lots of volunteers and some full time staff. We serve the areas of Mount Horeb, Blue Mounds and towns of Cross Plains, Vermont, Blue Mounds, Springdale, Perry and Primrose in Dane County, Wisconsin. No prior training is needed; classes are provided to train you to do firefighting skills. After training you must complete 36 hours of training each year and respond to a minimum of 10% of our fire calls to remain in good standing with FDMH. Emergencies happen on our highways as well as in our homes, schools and job sites. This means the safety of our community is dependent on the generous contribution of time and talent of our volunteer EMTs, EMS Drivers and Firefighters. There is nothing more satisfying in life than helping people in emergency situations. The satisfaction you will enjoy by helping to save lives and protect property in your community is immeasurable. In addition, you will develop organizational skills, problem-solving skills, camaraderie with your fellow volunteers and staff, and find opportunities for life-long learning.

Must be at least 18 years of age. Must have a valid Driver's License, a clean driving record and no felony convictions. Must be of good moral character. Must submit to a background check.

Volunteer Firefighter

Looking for prospective volunteers to train to serve as firefighters at any of our following stations: Station 2: Havensville, KS 66432 Station 4: Wheaton, KS 66521 Station 6: Olsburg, KS 66520 Station 8: Emmett, KS 66422 ***DIRE NEED*** Station 10: St George, KS 66535 All stations provide structural and wildland firefighting as well as rescue and medical assistance. Pottawatomie County Fire Volunteers are dedicated to the protection of life and property in the rural and urban areas of Pottawatomie County. Pottawatomie County Fire provides the community with fire safety, safety education, and fire prevention programs, while providing the mitigation of fire, medical, and related emergencies with professionally trained personnel. This is accomplished by using teamwork, resources, mutual aid agreements and contracts. Our goal is to minimize loss of life and property for the county; from fires, natural disasters, and life threatening situations and to assist other emergency agencies. The objective is to perform these services in an efficient manner by maintaining effective fire prevention, emergency response, fire suppression, and training.

No training required. Training will be provided. Prior to being offered a position, a background check and drug screening will be required and at no cost to you. A valid driver's license must be maintained. No commercial endorsements required.

Firefighter/EMT/Paramedic

Free training if not already certified. Progressive Department with lots of opportunities

Must be a minimum of 16 years old, valid driver’s license, and pass a drug and criminal background check

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.

Volunteer Firefighter and/or EMT (paid on call)

Be part of the tradition. Be part of the excitement. Be part of the community. Ever wondered what its like to ride in a fire truck with lights and sirens? Ever thought about helping your neighbors? Ever wanted to be a firefighter? If so then The Dunlap Fire Protection District could be the very place for you. Not only do you get to serve your community in a very rewarding way but you get to experience numerous lifetime benefits like the following... -In house top notch training program -Possible progression into a lifetime career -Enhance or develop your teamwork and leadership skills -Possible financial assistance to obtain fire service and EMS related certifications and many more rewarding opportunities. If joining us is something that interests you, feel free to reach out to find out more info. We hope to hear from you soon!

Requirments: 18 years of age, Possess a High School Diploma or GED equivalent, Live in the Dunlap Fire Protection District or surrounding area, Pass a physical, drug screen, and perform the physical and mental tasks of the job. *note final acceptance is decided upon by the Fire Chief.*

Volunteer Firefighter/ Junior Firefighter

We are always looking for volunteer members even if it's just to help with fundraising up to going on calls if you want away to give back to your community this is how you can do it or even if you need community service hours for school we can help with that as well your first year is free with us after that it is $6 dollars a year for membership dues but what do you have to lose

Must be 14 years old or older if you are over the age of 18 you have to get a background check done and child abuse check

Volunteer Firefighter/EMT

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

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

Volunteer Motor Sports Firefighter

Through professionalism and dedication, protect life and property of racers, spectators and the public. Accomplished by a team that is committed to rapid,skilled, and specialized fire rescue and emergency medical services.

AHA CPR Card Clean record CA Drivers license or State ID Good Physical condition

Firefighter

The Moon Township Volunteer Fire Company is always looking for new members to join them in serving and protecting the community.

1. Current resident of Moon Township 2. Dedication to serving the community, including responding to emergency calls, working department fundraisers, and completing required training. 3. Individuals in High School interested in the Junior Firefighter program must be 14 - 18 years of age and have the consent of a parent or guardian to join.

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.

Firefighters, Fire Police Officers, EMT's, Support Personnel

We are looking for volunteer firefighters, Fire Police officers, EMT's and support personnel. While we always need firefighters, you do not need to be able to run into a burning building to volunteer in the fire departments. We also need exterior firefighters, people to direct traffic, and to respond to medical emergencies. If you do not wish to respond to emergency calls, like any organization we need help around the firehouse with things like fund raising, station maintenance and cleaning, law maintenance etc. In our organization these are Social Members.

Applicants wishing to be emergency responders are required to live or work in the Oaks Corners Fire district in the Town of Phelps. There is no residence restriction for Social Members.

None

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

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

Volunteer Firefighter

As a volunteer firefighter with our company, you'll add a thrill in your life and make a difference in your community by providing the best public safety possible. You will feel a sense of belonging to a great team of dedicated men and women who will support and guide you through the whole process. We are a resort area so there is always something to do. We work together, train together, serve our community together and have fun together. Your volunteering could also lead you to a career path as a first responder or other careers in public safety. Go to our website and check us out. Looking forwarding to meeting you.

Junior Firefighters 15 - 18 Regular Firefighter Members 18 and up Associate Members 18 and up Auxiliary Members 18 and up Must live or work in the Rehoboth Beach Fire Co. district or neighboring company's district Must pass background check Must supply driver's record

Firefighter

Responds to calls for fire suppression, traffic control, hazardous materials incidents, and other emergencies as dispatched.

Must be able to lift a minimum of 100 lbs, have good communication skills, and the ability to function with a team. Current Certification of Virginia Firefighter II prefered but will train individual if needed.

Volunteer Firefighter

18 years old.

18 years old, vaild driver's license

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 Firefighter

We have opportunities for volunteer firefighter position. We are a combination fire department with career staff and volunteers. No experience is required. All equipment will be provided. Your community needs you and you can make a difference.

18 years of age and desire to serve

Volunteer Firefighter

Since 1949, Grays Harbor Fire District #2 has served the citizens of Brady, Central Park, Rural Montesano, and Wynoochee, covering approximately 304 square miles. The District also provides mutual aid to neighboring Departments, including Montesano, Aberdeen, Grays Harbor Fire District #5. The Fire District consists of (4) stations. Once accepted, recruits are put through a comprehensive fire academy, finishing with their Firefighter I, Hazmat Awareness, and Operations Certifications. After this, they can be sent through EMT school to obtain that certification. Shift Volunteers receive a shift stipend to offset the costs of volunteering. In addition, other programs are offered, such as a student program, which provides college tuition, and a Wildland program, which lets you deploy across the state to assist other departments. EMT’s who do not wish to become Firefighters are also encouraged to apply. Volunteers attend weekly drill nights covering ongoing EMS(OTEP) and Fire training.

• Applicants must be at least 18 years of age. • Possess a valid Washington State driver's license. • Possess a high school diploma or GED. • Excellent Physical Condition. • Pass written and physical examinations, oral interview, criminal background, and driving record check. • Proof of COVID-19 Vaccination.

Engineer (Driver/Operator) - Volunteer

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

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

Firefighter

The Benton Volunteer Fire Company is currently seeking individuals to serve their local community as a Firefighter. We are an active department that responds on to over 100 Fire/Rescue emergencies and over 300 EMS incidents per year.

Applicants are not required to possess any prior training. Applicants must be 14 years or older and are required to submit the PA State Police background and PA Child abuse clearance checks with their application. Once accepted as a member, professional training and gear is provided at no cost to the volunteer

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

Are you interested in a future career in the fire service? Maybe your interested in helping in your community? Are you graduating high school and looking to get your foot in the door of the fire service? Any of these are great reasons to come volunteer at The City of Barling Fire Department! We are currently accepting applications for the position of volunteer firefighter! We are a progressive ISO Class-3 fire department protecting the best community in the country! We are family oriented and provide ample training and education opportunities to get you off on the right foot! Come be an integral part in serving alongside some of the most dedicated and hardworking firefighters in the country as we build this into the best fire department in Northwest Arkansas! We serve a population of just over 4900. We run approximately 1000 plus calls annually within our 10 square miles, and serve the best citizens in all of Arkansas! We offer LOPFI Retirement, meeting pay, and free training. Come join our firefighting family today!

Requirements to become a volunteer firefighter at The City of Barling: Must be age 18 or above with proof of a high school diploma or GED, have a clean driving record and background check, and be ready to offer commitment and dedication to the citizens of The City of Barling and The Barling Fire Department.

Firefighter/EMT

The Needville Fire Dept. are always in need of volunteers, it is a very rewarding part time job. Come Join us on a Tuesday night at 7:30 and see if this would be right for you.

18 YOA, Interest in becoming a Firefighter, Available time lots of hours involved, but very rewarding

Firefighter

MFD is looking for community oriented persons that want to help our community.. MFD also provides quick response (QRS) medical coverage to our community. MFD is also a all-hazards department for Mapleton Borough and surrounding Brady, Cass & Union townships. MFD in addition to fire suppression, also provides, rescue (vehicle, rope & water), wildfirefighting, and hazardous materials operations response. MFD also has an active community education presence. We are also proud to say that our Junior Fire program is still going strong with 5 current juniors and was started in 1974.

Persons over 18 years of age, living in the service area are able to apply. Backround checks are required. Training is provided by a combination of PA state training and in house training. PA EMS certification is also required to response to medical incidents.

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!

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.

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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Volunteer Firefighter

The Valencia County Fire Department is currently seeking Volunteer Firefighters, EMT's and Support Staff. The Department consists of 8 Stations in 3 Districts. We are an All Hazards Fire Department meaning we respond to Fire Calls, EMS, Wildland Firefighting, Hazardous Materials and Technical Rescue. The Department runs approximately 450 calls per month. All training and equipment provided!

Minimum age of 18 High School Diploma Must be in good physical condition Able to pass drug screen and physical

Firefighting & Emergency Medical Services

The Laurel Hill Volunteer Fire Company responds to all calls for emergency services including fire suppression, medical assistance and motor vehicle extrication. We are looking for member's for the following opportunities: Emergency Medical Technicians (EMT) Emergency Medical Responders (EMR) Interior and Exterior Firefighters Fire Police Officers Social Members

All possible members must be 18 years of age or older to apply and pass a background check.

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.

Volunteer Firefighter

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

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

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

Firefighter

Responds to Fires and other emergencies. Assists in Risk Reduction Efforts and required training.

5 miles from the Loris City Limits. 16 years of age and older. Successfully Pass Background/ Medical Check

Firefighter

We are currently recruiting volunteer firefighters to help staff our station. We will provide all training and gear at no cost to you.

18 years of age. Must pass PA State Police background and Child abuse background. Must reside close to Bensalem PA since we depend on home response. Experience not required and training provided at no cost to you. Must attend and pass Firefighter1/Hazmat Operations.

Volunteer Firefighter

The Jersey Village Fire Department is seeking volunteers from the community to learn firefighting and respond to emergency calls. All training and equipment is provided to the ideal candidate. After training to be a firefighter, the ideal candidate will respond to emergency calls to include structure fires, vehicle fires, motor vehicle accidents and rescue calls.

- Must be 18 years of age at application time. - Must have graduated high school or possess a GED at minimum - Must possess a class C or higher Texas Drivers License - Ability to communicate orally and in writing - Must be physically capable of lifting a minimum of 50 lbs - Must be able to pass a physical agility test - Must pass a wellness fitness test - Must pass a drug screening test - Must be able to establish and maintain effective relationships with other volunteers - Must attend required training per week - Must provide a minimum of 12 hours of time per week at the station or on a fire apparatus

Volunteer Firefighter

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

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

Firefighter/Medical Responder

Volunteer

Training is provided free of charge.

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.

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.

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.

Volunteer Firefighters

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

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

volunteeres

We are looking for help in all fields, fighting fires,EMS, and help raising money for the department.

Training is required for fire fighting and ems but not immediately we will train you if you are interested in following up with what we do. You can Aslo just come and hang out and help if you are not in to the fire and EMS part of it. We need help at fund

All volunteers welcome

Probationary Firefighter

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

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

Member

Become a Firefighter or EMT today. Personnel needed to assist with Fire Supression, EMS, fundraising, or even building/vehicle maintenance. To be a full member you must obtain Firefighter 1 or EMT within 6 months of joining or having class made available. Join our team and help us help you!

Active members (full) must have above listed certifications. Must provide 24hrs of EMS duty availability monthly. Must have medical form filled out in application, and be able to pass a criminal background.

EMTS and rescue staff and support staff

Carolina Rescue is Accepting Applications For Volunteer Team Members . If you are a EMT or RESCUE Tech or Medical Responder or interested is becoming one then we would love to have you Join Carolina Rescue and be a team member. This Is also a good opportunity for EMT Graduates to get Hands on Experience in a fast paced environments. If you want to consider joining the team just message us. Reference Checks and State Background Checks and Valid NCDL and Driving Records are required to be provided if you are set up for acceptance interview. and must live within 25 Miles of Forsyth County and willing to attend all required team training and meetings Email: carolinarescueemt@yahoo.com for more info.

North Carolina emergency medical tech or North Carolina rescue tech AHA CPR will also provide education opportunities

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.

Volunteer Firefighter

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

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

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 Firefighter

***do not volunteer here, contact any other Fire District for more information on becoming a volunteer***

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Volunteer Firefighter/ EMT

Interior Firefighter Emergency Medical Technician -Basic

Call for requirements!

EMT

The Grafton Fire Department is recruiting individuals who live or work in the Grafton area and are interested in serving their community as Paid-on-Call EMTs. For more information on joining, please visit our website at: www.graftonfire.com.

No experience necessary to join. The Grafton Fire Department will pay for needed schooling.

Firefighters and EMTs

Our department was established in 1831 and has been providing quality emergency service to our beautiful town of Bethel, Connecticut ever since. We are 100% volunteer and are committed to finding people to help grow our department.

A copy of our application can be found on our website www.bvfdinc.com. Any person 18 years or older who lives in or near the Bethel Volunteer Fire Department's primary response area is eligible to join.

Volunteer Firefighter

Do you have a desire to serve your community? Do you have what it takes to run into danger that other people flee? Do you have what it takes to help and serve your neighbors in their times of crisis? If so we may have a place for you at the Maynardville Fire Department.

As a Maynardville firefighter you will receive: - Opportunities for in house and off-site training - Reduced vehicle registration and tags - Necessary turnout gear, helmets, and gloves for fire ground operations (as available) - Uniforms - text messaging alerts for all paged emergencies on your smart phone - Portable radio (as available) - Training stipend up to $600 a year, for meeting minimum training requirements Preliminary Requirements -Live in the Union County area -Have a valid driver's license -Have no felony convictions -Have a desire to help those in your community Training Requirements As an Maynardville firefighter you will have the opportunity for lots of training to further your skills and education as a firefighter. Many of these skills will be taught in-house however there will be some offered off-site at other departments and training sites across the country. As an entry-level probationary firefighter you will be required to complete these minimum classes within your probationary period: - Introduction to Firefighting (16 hours) - Basic Firefighter (64 hours) - Firefighter I Live Burn (16 Hours) - CPR, First Aid, Domestic Violence awareness - Online FEMA ICS Modules 100, 200, 700, and 800. (3 hours per module) These are the minimum educational requirements to complete your twelve (12) month probationary period with the department. However, this education is just the beginning. All firefighters will be strongly encouraged to continue their education and complete their Tennessee Commission Firefighter I, Firefighter II, and obtain Emergency Medical Responder (EMR) certifications. Expectations As a Probationary VFF you will be expected to respond to 50% of all paged emergencies and meet all training meetings. Our training nights are the Second and Third Thursday of the month and start at 1900 and usually last a couple of hours. You will also be expected to complete your probationary firefighter JPR sheet which consists of skills and tasks that all MFD members are expected to perform. At the conclusion of your twelve month probationary period the chief will decide on whether to make you a full member at the next training meeting following the conclusion of your twelve months with the department. Application Do you think you have it what it takes? Fill out our application below and bring it during a training night to speak with a member about joining our department. You may also call us and schedule an interview with an officer. Contact Training Chief Charles Wilson for more information at 865-992-7022 or e-mail us maynardvillefd@gmail.com.

Volunteer Firefighter

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

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

Administrative Staff 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 and participate in many community events. Our Administrative Staff Team is made up of members that wish to assist the Department, but do not want to, or are not physically able to respond to emergency calls for service. These members play an important role within the Department and assist with non-hazardous clerical and administrative duties around the fire station. The MBVFD continually recruits men and women in and around the community to serve as volunteer Administrative Staff 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.

Volunteers Wanted

We are an all-volunteer department providing fire and rescue services to the Borough of Cornwall, Pennsylvania, and surrounding communities. We operate 1 Engine, 1 Quint(Ladder Truck), 1 Attack, 1 Rescue Boat, and 1 Command Vehicle out of 1 Station. We are always looking for members to respond to emergencies however, we also need administrative members or people to help out around the station.

All training is provided free of charge to members, the only requirement is that you pass a criminal and child abuse background checks.

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 or Fire Police Officer

The Ridgefield Volunteer Fire Department consists of three positions, Firefighter, Fire Ground Support, and Fire Police. Each level carries with it certain responsibilities and yearly training requirements. Depending on your choice of option, your training requirements will be laid out for you by a Line Officer. The firefighter and fire ground support members make up the fire suppression division of the department. They respond to numerous types of calls such as, structure fires, motor vehicle accidents, automatic alarms, water rescues, and general service calls. The Fire Police division is a service organization for the town and serve in a number of capacities. They assist with traffic control at fire and accident scenes, natural disasters, and public events. They are on call to assist both the Fire and Police Departments as needed. If you have what it takes, Apply now!

-Must be 17.5 years of age to start the process. 18 years of age to respond on calls -Must live in Ridgefield -Must be in good health to respond to calls for service

Volunteer Firefighter

Under the supervision of the Fire Chief, the Volunteer Firefighter performs advanced firefighting work in preventing, combating, and extinguishing fires, responding to hazardous materials incidents and emergency calls. Meet new friends Training and equipment provided Uniforms provided Other incentives available

Be at least 16 years old for junior firefighters and 18 years old for volunteer firefighters. You will need to attend a fire academy training class, training and equipment is provided free of charge. You will need to pass a background check and Interview.

FIrefighter/EMT

The Federalsburg Volunteer Fire Company is looking for dedicated people to join our department as volunteer firefighters or EMTs.

Full member: 18 years old Live in the first due fire due territory of the Federalsburg Volunteer Fire Company Have a physical Exam by a licensed doctor Cadet: 14 years old Live in the first due fire due territory of the Federalsburg Volunteer Fire Company Have a physical Exam by a licensed doctor Parent or guardian permission

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

Firefighter/EMT

Need volunteers who will be there when the call is needed

Firefighter phase 1,2,3,4,5 EMT certification Hazmat awareness certification

Firefighter

The Woodstock Fire Department is currently recruiting volunteer firefighters for all four of its fire stations.

No previous experience required. Minimum age is 18, or 16 with parental approval. Valid driver's license a plus but not required.

Volunteer Firefighters (Needed)

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

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

Volunteer Firefighter/ EMT

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

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

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 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)

Firefighter

The Northwest Rockingham Fire Department is made up of dedicated men and women that are 100% volunteer. Our Fire department provides fire suppression and emergency medical care to the citizens of the fire district. The Northwest Rockingham Fire Department responds mutual aid with Mayodan, Stoneville, Northeast Stokes, Madison, North Stonyview, and Shiloh Fire districts. The Northwest Rockingham Volunteer Fire Department is located North of the Town of Mayodan and west of The Town of Stoneville. The fire district is made up of many different communities such as Ayersville, Mayo Mountain, Beaver Island, Goins Town, Community Baptist, and Victory Hill. Starting November 2018 the fire district will change from a class 9/9E insurance rating to a class 6/9E insurance rating. If you are interested in becoming a volunteer or you would like to learn more about the fire department please fill out the information and we can answer any questions you may have

18 years of age for Firefighters and 16 years of age for junior members. Must pass an acceptable criminal background check.

Firefighter

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

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

Firefighter/EMT

Eastover volunteer fire department is a diverse department that is a ISO rated class 3 department. Our area covers the northeastern part of Cumberland county North Carolina. We our seeking volunteers who want to be a part of our growing community and department. No training required just a heartfelt desire to serve the people that live in and travel through our community.

No requirements needed but welcomed

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 & Junior Firefighter

Rainbow Lakes Volunteer Fire Company, Parsippany Fire District #2 FIREFIGHTERS (18+) and JUNIOR FIREFIGHTERS (16-17) WANTED All training and equipment provided For more information, contact: membership@rlvfc.org • 973-627-7768 • www.rlvfc.org Monthly Meetings held the 1st Friday of each month at the RLVFC Firehouse (1 Rainbow Trial) starting @ 8 PM.

Firefighters must be at least 18 years of age and live or work in or near the town of Parsippany. Junior Firefighters must be at least 16 years old.

Volunteer Firefighter / Aux. Members

LRA Vol. Fire is currently accepting applications for Active Members and Aux. Members. LRA Vol. Fire is a ALL VOLUNTEER Fire Dept. We cover approx. 72 Square miles of Bell County, TX. We provide BLS and Fire services!

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Volunteer Firefighter

Volunteer Firefighter- Performing Structure and Wildland Firefighting, Rescue, Extrication, Equipment and Facilities Maintenance, Public Education, Assisting with Administration, working with Mutual Aid partners, Law Enforcement, EMS, and the public at large.

Age 18+ years old at completion of training, possess valid Drivers License, pass background check, have good driving record, be in good health and physical condition, reside or be employed within department service response area, be willing to follow orders from fire department officers, work with other Emergency Services Agencies and assist the community in thier time of need.

Volunteer Firefighter

The Galax Volunteer Fire Department has Firefighter four (4) firefighter positions available. GFD is a 100% Volunteer department in Southwest Virginia. We offer fire suppression, vehicle extrication, wildland, swiftwater rescue, and technical rescue services to the City of Galax and portions of Carroll and Grayson Counties in our first due. Our coverage area is approximately 100 square miles. We are second due for neighboring departments in Virginia as well as northern North Carolina. We operate out of one station with 13 pieces of apparatus. Currently we have 46 Volunteers, 13 Explorers, and an active Ladies Auxillary. All training, gear, and uniforms are provided by the fire department for all Volunteers.

The requirements to join the Galax Volunteer Fire Department are: Applicants must be at least 18 years of age and have graduated high school or received their GED. Applicants must have a valid drivers license with a good driving record. Applicants must live within one mile of the City limits. Applicants must agree to a background check. Those with felony records are ineligible. Once accepted, applicants will be on probation for a period of three years. They must obtain Firefighter 1, Hazmat Operations, and Firefighter II within their probationary period. Interested parties will need to obtain an application from Captain Mike Ayers, Recruitment and Retention Coordinator for the Galax Volunteer Fire Department. The application is to be filled out and returned to Chief David Hankley who will then turn the application over to the Membership Committee to conduct background checks and interviews.

Auxiliary Firefighter

Volunteer Opportunities Bondsville Mass- Individuals interested in the fire service or considering a career in firefighting are encouraged to apply for membership in the Bondsville Auxiliary Fire Department. These positions are volunteer (non-paid) and on-call. The work may involve strenuous activity and lifting greater than 40 lbs on a fairly regular basis. Bondsville Auxiliary Firefighters operates under the direction of the Fire Department. It is a non-paying, non-profit organization whose members volunteer their time, energy and skills to provide support services to Bondsville Fire Department and various town agencies and mutual aid assistance to other communities as requested. The delivery of auxiliary fire services is a unique and complex undertaking. It requires service oriented volunteers who posses sound judgment, physical and moral courage, fidelity and personal integrity. Furthermore, providing auxiliary fire services is a team effort. Each member must posses a strong willingness and capability for being an integral part of a team. Auxiliary Firefighters will be limited to no more than 4 members. To schedule an interview, or if you additional information, e-mail a request to the Bondsville Auxiliary Firefighters at bondsvilleauxiliryff@gmail.com

Minimum Requirements for a Auxiliary Firefighter Be between 16 1/2 and 18 years of age and have a signed parental waiver  No felony convictions  Previous education or experience in the area of firefighting is not necessary. Successful applicants will be provided with the equipment and support needed to complete entry-level firefighting training requirements/ minimum skills requirements (approximately 20 hours) during their probationary period of employment.

FF recruit

Basic training and opportunities to practice over time to learn from other people.

Clean MVR, ability to drive to station when calls are received.

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

The Altona Volunteer Fire Department is currently accepting applications for the position of Firefighter. Some job duties include but not limited to; interior/exterior firefighting, vehicle extrication, wild-land firefighting, medical calls, vehicle maintenance, training's as well as monthly meetings.

Must be at least 18 years of age, live in the Town of Altona* (or work at least 40 hours a week within the town of Altona) and must pass a background check as well as a medical/physical exam.

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 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

Fire Fighter, Fire Fighter/EMR, Fire Fighter/EMT, Fire Fighter/Paramedic

Looking for a opportunity to serve the public and gain education as well as future opportunities in the paid sector? The Munfordville VFD is seeking passionate and dedicated servants who want to be advocates for the Department and guardians to the citizens and community.

Must be 21 years old, obtain a High school diploma or its equivalency (KRS Law), No felonies (KRS law), pass background check (KRS law and City bylaw), pass drug test (City and Dept. bylaw), and perform a series of physical task (Dept. descretion) . **Those under the age of 21, but not less than 14 can join as a Junior Fireman and start gaining hours and education. By the time you reach 16 you could have all the requirements to be a certified State Fire Fighter. ALL training requirements are set by the State Fire Commission and will be followed to their entirety.

Firefighter, EMT, Fundraising, Community Education, Department Support, Other

The Brookhaven Fire Company is always looking for hardworking and dedicated individuals to join our volunteer organization. Over the past 2 decades the volunteer call volume has doubled. Brookhaven Fire Company have Training Drills every Tuesday starting at 6:30pm and hold General Meetings every 2nd Tuesday of each month. Our first due local is slated as a planned growth development area and we need to continuously increase our membership to grow with it. If you feel that you want to help our community by protecting property and saving lives then our organization could be for you. Types of Memberships There are several types of memberships: Fire- (Firefighter, Junior Firefighter) EMS-(First Responder,EMT) Contributing Member-They are not active firefighters and/or EMTs. Instead, these people dedicate their time to helping the company operate efficiently and effectively. Quite often, these people are retired lawyers, accountants, or other professionals that have the desire to keep their skills sharp while volunteering their time. Several of our Our Fire and EMS members are professionally trained in their respective fields and will work alongside their career company counterparts. Contributing members are non-emergency personnel that assist the company with fund raising and administrative responsibilities. All applicants must be at least 14 years of age.

All applicants must be at least 14 years of age. How to apply? You can choose the type of membership that would be the most appropriate for you based on your individual interests. Your choices are Fire, EMS, or Contributing member. Then to apply: 1. Download and complete the application http://yourfirstdue.com/manager/data/1199130601/File/brookhaven_fire_application.pdf and if your under the age of 18 years of age http://yourfirstdue.com/manager/data/1199130601/File/brookhaven_fire_application_junior.pdf drop it off at the station at anytime. If no one is at the firehouse please proceed to the police station side of the firehouse and drop it into the "brown" mailbox. 2. You will be notified by a member of the Investigation Committee for when to come for an interview. If you apply and under the age of 18 you must have a parent or guardian accompany you at the interview. 3. Once notified about your interview make sure to bring the appropriate non-refundable application fee, Valid Driver's License or State ID, and any certifications you have that could contribute to the organization.

New Position in July 2017

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Volunteer Firefighter

We are a small community West of Winston-Salem North Carolina looking for men and women to join our department to help those in need.

Clean driving and criminal record. A will to help and learn.

Firefighter

Firefighter (training will be provided)

Pass Drug screen willing to volunteer

Firefighter

Be physically fit and a positive attitude . Must have a drivers license and work as a team. Must have a strong desire to help the community

18 years of age, good driving record , clean background check and physically able

Firefighters, EMS, Driver/Operators, HAZMAT Techs, Wildland Firefighters

Looking for volunteers to actively participating in a department as a firefighter, EMS, driver/operator, HAZMAT, wildland, or other specialized function

At least 18 years of age for firefighter, driver/operator, HAZMAT/technical rescue, or wildland or 16 years of age for EMS and in the process of licensure according to New Mexico state requirements. The person must be capable of essential and marginal functions of his/her duties and maintain a condition necessary for lifting weight, climbing stairs or ladders; operating motorized equipment and vehicles; work in confined spaces; work at heights; work around heavy equipment.

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 -1

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

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

Firefighter

Volunteer Firefighters Needed

No experience necessary

Volunteer Firefighter

We are looking for service-minded citizens of Monroe County, GA to help when their neighbors call. Volunteering in the United States is a part of what makes our country so great. In 1736 Ben Franklin started the first volunteer fire company in Philaelphia, the tradition of neighbors helping neighbors still continues today. Monroe County Emergency Services will train you to be a Georgia volunteer firefighter with opportunities to advance to a State of Georgia Certified Firefighter as well as an Emergency Medical Responder or Emergency Medical Technician.

Persons interested in becoming a volunteer must meet the following criteria: Must be at least 18 years of age. Not been convicted of a felony in any jurisdiction within ten years prior to employment/appointment. Have a good moral character as determined by investigation under a procedure approved by the Director. Pass an extensive background check including drug testing, criminal history, and driving history. Be in good physical condition as determined by a medical examination and successfully pass the minimum physical agility requirements as established by MCES. Possess a high school diploma or a general education development equivalency. Complete the Georgia Basic Firefighter Training Course approved by the Council and verified by successful completion of the State Firefighter Certification Test. Possess a valid Georgia Driver's License.

Volunteer Firefighter

Hammonton Volunteer Fire Company #1 serving the Town of Hammonton since 1886! We welcome new volunteer firefighter applications from our local community!

No prior experience required - NJ Firefighter Certification Training will be provided upon acceptance.

Volunteer Firefighter/Auxiliary Staffing

MFC is currently seeking volunteer firefighters as well as help with Hall Rentals, community education/fire safety educators, and support staff for various community and fire company related activities. There is more to the fire service then fighting fires. While our primary function is protecting the residents of Milmont Park, Pa and the surrounding communities of Ridley Township, we are very active with fire prevention, community events and activities. We are currently utilizing free online firefighter training to serious applicants.

All training is provided . Members can start as low as the age of 14-15 as cadets, 16-17 Junior membership, and 18+ for senior membership. All applicants will need to pass a Pennsylvania child abuse clearance as well as state criminal history background checks. Applicants still attending high school, will also need working papers. Those interested can contact mfcstation49@gmail.com for questions or an email can be sent electronically.

Volunteer Firefighter

Midway Fire District (Midway Hose Co) is looking to fill fire boots with you! If interested, contact the chief at mwheeler@co.Socorro.nm.us or show up at any of our meetings held the first and third Tuesdays of every month.

Must have heart beat and the willingness to help others. Must be at least 18 years of age unless applying as a junior firefighter which are welcome as well.

Volunteer Firefighter, EMT & EMR

Sandy Hook Volunteer Fire company is currently seeking new members to join our team. We need you! Opportunities for firefighters, support members and Junior Corp. What are you waiting for? No experience? Top tier NFPA certified training provided. All equipment provided. Want to learn new skills, help your community and make a difference? Stop in any Monday night between 6-7 p.m. for a tour.

All training provided.

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.

firefighter

We are in need of a person/persons, who is interested in helping their community, by firefighting, fire education, equipment and building maintenance. We are 100% volunteer and work out of 3 stations in north central Cherokee County, Oklahoma, serving the Lowrey, Moodys, LIberty and Teresita communities.

Good physical health and attitude.

Firefighter/EMT/Support

We are looking for several positions to be filled a the North Montgomery Fire Department to be filled. We are located in Montgomery Alabama we cover Wetumpka hwy from the city limits of Montgomery to Wetumpka city limits. We have and operate some of the latest technology the fire service industry has to offer. We are a BLS ems non transport department meaning we respond to medical calls as well as fires and other emergencies like car accidents, hazardous materials spills, and some technical rescues.

18 years of age valid Alabama Drivers license

Volunteer Firefighter

Would you like to spend your free time doing something heroic, while giving back to the community? You have clicked the right selection! The East Franklin Fire Department, located directly next to the Rutgers University Campus in the City of New Brunswick is looking for Volunteer Firefighters. We are one of ten fire companies in Franklin Township and we cover a densely populated 3.5 square miles, bordering the City of New Brunswick with approximately 30,000 people. We respond to both natural and man made emergencies, totaling approximately 700 calls for service per year. We have a multiple pieces of apparatus including a Ladder Company, Engine Company, Squad Company and Air Truck, along with several support vehicles and Chiefs vehicles. All training and equipment is provided free of charge. We give free access to wi-fi, as well as printing services and laundry services for our membership. We provide overnight accomodations for our in-house overnight duty crews. All we ask of you is your time, dedication and commitment with providing the best of service to the community of Franklin Township Fire District #3.

Emergency Services experience (Firefighting, EMT/Paramedic, CPR/First Aid) is always welcome, but not required. As stated above, all training and equipment is provided free of charge. We have Duty Crews, which run 6 days a week from 7pm-10:30pm. We ask you attend at least one Duty Crew per week. We have two department meetings per month. We ask you at least attend one of the two per month. We have both company and district drills every month, we ask that you attend as many as feasible, giving consideration to your work and school schedule. You maintain your membership in good standing by peforming the required credit hours quarterly (every 3-months). As a probationary member, we require you to complete 40 credit hours every quarter. Duty Crew is worth 4 credits. Fire calls are worth 1 credit per call answered. A monthly meeting is worth 1-2 credits. Company drills and District drills are worth credits based on hours completed. Miscellanous credits can be earned with approval of the Chief or President, for most in-house cleaning details and extracurricular training sessions.

Volunteer Firefighters

We are a group of volunteer and career firefighters that love what we do. We are always looking for dedicated and hard working people to help serve the community by volunteering as a firefighter. We respond to a variety of calls including structure fires, medical emergencies, etc. We are always looking for people to join this brother and sisterhood of firefighters to serve our community.

Give me a call and come to our bimonthly meetings. We offer training to all sworn in members of the department that show the dedication it takes to serve as a firefighter.

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!!!

Firefighter - Rescue Tech

Who We Are We provide fire protection, all types of rescue services, haz mat incidents, as well as public education. We maintain this level of service through training. Agency affiliation allows individuals to receive continuing education training at no cost to them, through the community college system of North Carolina. What We Do We are a group of over 600 dedicated volunteers in fire and rescue services . Our role is to help save lives and protect property. We serve as receiving point for individuals who wish to volunteer with fire and rescue agencies throughout Onslow County. We will collect your information and send to the agency closest to where you live. Each agency has their own protocols concerning membership.

Contact us at the link below and we will provide you with further details. http://getconnected.volunteeronslow.org/agency/detail/?agency_id=8607

Volunteer Firefighter

Join our team as we continue to build our organization into the future. Recruiting from members from all walks of life to join together in serving our family, friends, and neighbors in their time of need.

Clear PA State Police, Child Abuse, FBI records

Firefighter - Paid on-call

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. The firefighter car

Must live within 8 minutes from an Andover 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 licens

Volunteer Firefighter - Woodstock Fire Department

Become a volunteer firefighter in Woodstock Virginia. The Woodstock Fire Department is searching for active firefighters interested in responding to emergency incidents. We are currently accepting applications from anyone interested in being an exterior (non-IDLH) or interior (IDLH) firefighter. Contact us to learn more about the role you can play or to begin your journey as a WFD firefighter. Additional information on our website woodstockfire12.com, email at co12@shentel.net, or by calling us at (540)459-3242.

16 yeas of age All members must complete a 1 year probationary period and training program. Individuals wishing to be an IDLH firefighter (enter burning buildings) must be 18 and complete a Firefighter I training program before being certified to do so. All members must attend 10 trainings, 2 fundraisers, and 4 meetings each year to remain an active member.

Firefighter and/or EMR/EMT

The CFD is looking for new members to fill the roles of firefighter and/or Emergency Medical Responder (EMR)/Emergency Medical Technician (EMT). Preference will be given to applicants that live in town or within a reasonable distance from the Town of Cheshire. Daytime shift availability is preferred although any availability will be accepted.

Must pass a criminal background check and have a clean driving record.

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

Volunteer Firefighter

The All-Volunteer Yardley-Makefield Fire Company is seeking Volunteer Firefighters to join our organization. The Yardley-Makefield Fire Company has been professionally staffed by volunteers since it was founded in 1897 - apply today and you can be a part of our great history!

Must live in Yardley borough or Lower Makefield Township, Bucks County, PA.

Volunteer Firefighter

“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, curiosity. You might just have an interest, in becoming a Firefighter. The Scott Volunteer Fire Department is accepting applications for Volunteer Firefighters ongoing. Becoming a volunteer firefighter is a great way to give back to the community and gain a unique lifetime experience like no other. The SFD is heavily supplemented and relies on Volunteer Firefighters. Still in North America even today, well over 60% of Fire Department staffing is compromised of Volunteer Firefighters. The amount of volunteer firefighters is decreasing, as call volumes and the need for fire services increase. Becoming a Scott Volunteer Firefighter isn’t just running into burning buildings, Scott Firefighters have multiple responsibilities beyond responding to structure, vehicle, and all other types of fires. The SFD also responds to medical emergencies, water rescues, hazardous materials incidents, vehicle crashes with injuries, and all incidents requiring the response of the Fire Department. Scott Volunteer Firefighters, also participate heavily in special events and fire prevention education details in the community. In 2021 the SFD responded to over 1000 calls for service. Although previous firefighting experience is preferred, there is no pre-required training to become a Scott Volunteer Firefighter. As a Scott Volunteer Firefighter, you will work hands-on, side by side with trained and certified Firefighters, receiving training, and learning the basics to assist and complete the required job task. Life as a Scott Volunteer Firefighter is not as time-consuming as most think. The volunteers of the SFD participate in weekly training and online monthly assignments. Volunteer Firefighters also respond to emergencies at their availability or work volunteer shifts at the fire station. Scott volunteers and their 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 Complete the online abbreviated online application and submit it. __________________________________________________________________________ THE APPLICATION PROCESS STEP # 1. Complete the abbreviated Volunteer application on our website and submit it. You should then receive a text, with an upcoming date and time, for you to come to Fire Station 51 on Lions Club Road. This will give us a chance to meet you, and for you to see our operations, facilities and a training session in person. Plus the opportunity to go over some of the SFD rules and requirements, and give you the chance to ask any questions that you may have. If you are still interested at that point and believe you can make the commitment in becoming a volunteer. STEP#2 You will be given the SFD supplemental Volunteer application to fill out and complete. All of your application information will be reviewed in addition to a background check performed. STEP #3 Attend another SFD training night, We will verify that you are still interested and able to make the commitment. If yes, you will be offered the position of New Volunteer Firefighter recruit, you must complete a new hire packet with all the proper forms to be completed. Gear and other equipment will be issued at a later time. _________________________________________________________________________ All though not the ultimate purpose of becoming a Volunteer Firefighter, there are a couple of incentives offered. Please Note: (Some of these do not apply to those in the Junior Firefighter or Support Services program) *Great Resume builder, Show your future employers, you have more than what it takes to complete the task at hand. *PPC Paid Per Call, Incentive program with a stipend per fire call, paid monthly. *CPR /AED First aid training *EMR Emergency Medical Responder training and certification (When available) *School Tuition reimbursement programs (When available) *Use of the LFD Training Center, GYM.  *Wi-Fi usage at SFD Stations *Television and Cable *Firefighter (Practical and written) certification for testing,  *LA State income tax credit (amount dependent on your tax bracket) *Firefighting Training (both SFD in-house, LFD Training Center, and LSU) *Access to Firefighter Educational library and textbooks, either SFD or LFDTC Library. *Membership in the LSFA Louisiana State Fireman's Association

APPLICANT REQUIREMENTS *18 years of age *Live in or near the Scott area *US Citizen *Louisiana Driver’s license * No Felony Convictions *Must have reliable transportation _______________________________________________________________________ ONGOING REQUIREMENTS TO MAINTAIN *Remain active and in good standings with the SFD *Abide by SFD Department rules and guidelines *Attend Pre-scheduled training, at least every other week, and complete all online training modules required by the Fire Chief. *Maintain 10% of Fire calls or conduct volunteer station staffing

Volunteer Firefighter, EMT and Fire Corps positions open

The Sisters, Oregon area is a great place to volunteer, live, and work. We are blessed with a family oriented community, spectacular natural beauty, excellent employees and volunteers, and a cooperative fire protection environment where all agencies work together to provide excellent service. Our department focus is on community service and professionalism. We work hard to make every encounter with our internal and external customers a “moment of truth”. We also strive to be the best we can be, and present a professional image at all times. Our mission statement reads: “Protecting life and property through quality service”. This commitment to our customers is alive and growing in our department.

In district resident, 18 years old Pass physical, background and drug test. Current Oregon drivers license with good driving record

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.

Volunteer EMT

District II (Squad 146) serves the dual functions of both public safety and public service. The squad is responsible for responding to all EMS and Fire Department assignments on the eastern half of East Windsor Township between the hours of 7pm and 5am, Monday through Friday. We provide EMS coverage 24/7 on the weekends with a first responder and every night of the week. The agency provides first responder or ambulance responses during the weekday when volunteers are available. Squad 146 staffs Basic Life Support ambulances and are readily available to respond to EMS assignment as needed.

Minimum age 18 Must have a Drivers license Must be of a good moral character Must be in good physical and mental health No Experience needed on the job training provided (those who already have an NJ EMT and or NREMT certification is a plus) **this is not a substitute for completing a department application - this is just a contact form in order to express interest**

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

We are currently seeking new members. While we are always looking for volunteer firefighters/first responders, we also need support personnel. Can you assist with fundraising activities, public education, installing smoke detectors, building or truck maintenance, landscaping or mowing...etc??? If you have a skill we can use it!!!! @@@ This is an unpaid strictly volunteer position @@@

* Have a strong desire to serve your community. * Be > 18 years of age * Have a valid TDL * Able to pass background check * Physically/mentally fit for firefighter duties * No experience necessary * Must attend monthly meetings and training sessions

FF/EMT

Looking for interested individuals who wish to help their community. Will train the right individuals.

Atleast 14 years old for junior fire department. 18 years old with clean background and live within contracted areas.

Firefighter/EMR

The Center City Fire Department is seeking quality individuals who want to serve their community. The fire department is now accepting applications for volunteer Firefighters/Emergency Medical Responders. CCFD provides Fire and Rescue as well as Medical Emergency coverage for the city of Center City and parts of the Chisago Lake and Franconia Townships. No previous firefighter training is required, we will train you to our requirements within the 1st year. Our regularly scheduled training takes place on the 1st and 3rd Wednesdays of each month. We are especially looking for individuals who could respond to day time calls.

Must be 18 years of age and live or work within 8 minutes of the fire station. Valid Drivers license and ability to pass a criminal background check and driver’s license record check.

Volunteer Fire and Rescue - COPY

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 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.

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

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.

Entry Level Firefighter

Entry level firefighter position. Volunteer Category: Firefighter

Must be 18 years old. Must live within 5 road miles of the fire district boarders. Must submit to a background check. Willing to learn, train, and serve the community. No previous experience is required.

Seeking all positions

Rural 7 Fire & Rescue is seeking volunteers in all positions. Please contact us if you are able to join in protecting and serving the community either on emergency calls or in the background helping with department support.

Junior member have to be 16. All new members must fill out an application and pass a background check. Rescue members do not have to be EMT's. EMT training is available.

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.

Firefighter/EMT

Goehner volunteer fire department is currently accepting applications for new active members. If you are interested in helping people and giving back to your community please apply!

Must live or work in Goehner Vol. fire district.

Recruit Firefighter

The Gregg Township Fire Department is now accepting applications for volunteer Recruit Firefighter candidates. This is a volunteer, paid per call position. Residents living outside of Gregg or northern Jefferson Townships in Morgan County must commit to a minimum 20 hours of service per month at our station just outside of Monrovia.

Candidates will be required to complete Indiana Mandatory Firefighter, Indiana Firefighter I/II, Hazardous Materials Awareness, Hazardous Materials Operations, and either Emergency Medical Responder or Indiana EMT-Basic within 2 years of appointment.

Volunteer Firefighter

St. Tammany Fire Protection District #5 serves the northwestern corner of St. Tammany Parish, including the Village of Folsom and surrounding areas. We are a combination fire department staffed with full-time, part-time and volunteer firefighters who respond to emergencies including fires, medicals, rescues, motor vehicle crashes, hazardous materials releases, and many many more. STFD5 is always looking for new members to help bolster our response to emergencies in our community. We will provide the training and equipment necessary to accomplish this task. Some of our volunteers even become career firefighters!

Firefighters and responders must be of sound health and physical ability to train and respond safely to emergencies. Applicants must have a clean driving and criminal record, and be willing and able to pass a background check. Firefighters/Responders must be 18 years old. Junior firefighters can be under 18, but must have their own transportation.

Volunteer Firefighter

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