Level I Firefighter
Level II Firefighter
ICS - 100
ICS - 700
I'm Julie. I'm 20 years old. I am currently in school to become a paramedic, then will go through nursing school. I work 2 jobs. I am a Firefighter/EMT-B for an amazing fire department and a transport communication specialist for a childrens hospital and I love both jobs very much. I am usually the positive, cheery, upbeat person that makes everyone sick! But I love it!
We are offering opportunities for full pay and benefits WHILE WE TRAIN YOU to become a professional Firefighter/Emergency Medical Technician! These entry level positions require no previous experience. Any combination of education and experience equivalent to graduation from high school. A GED is acceptable.
Our 450 career men and women Firefighters/Emergency Medical Technicians are dedicated to protecting lives. Few careers can offer such a challenging and meaningful mission in an atmosphere of teamwork and camaraderie. Prince William County, VA, pop. 380,000, is a large and diverse community located 35 miles southwest of Washington, D. C. We are a growing organization with tremendous learning and promotional opportunities.
If selected, we provide a competitive minimum salary of $44,086 and exceptional benefits. For Advanced Life Support certification, we provide an additional $5,291/year incentive pay plus per hour supplement pay. Annual retention supplements are also offered. Employees are eligible for up to $5,000/year tuition reimbursement, and we offer a stipend for individuals who are bilingual English/Spanish. We offer an excellent benefits package with additional retirement options for Firefighters/Emergency Medical Technicians.
Please visit our web site at www.pwcgov.org/fire and click on “Career Opportunities.” You will find our short employment application form which can be submitted online. Apply now if you are ALS for a July hire (15 positions). Apply now at any level for a Jan 2010 hire. (30 positions)
Hello,thanks for the Add ! I'm new at this ,but have fun out there .And safety comes first .My heart goes out to our Texas fire fighter brother's & and there family.We hate to loose one of our own . Chris 1st.Lt