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 at any level for a possible Jul 2010 hire. (30 positions each)
You have a great talent. My crew and I would like to use one of your Anthems in our banquet and possibly a cadence in our next academy. Are you comeing out with a cd or just the down loads from your site?
LOVE your songs...you got talent brother...Battle the Blaze is my favorite...can you make one up personally for a department? I'd love to make one personal to my dept. to use in a slide show I am making for the FD
Thanks for the welcome! You are talented in your music. Very different from what I, as one of the oldtimers, is used to hearing. Your style of music does convey a good message. I see that you are just starting out in the world of fire and EMS. I envy you, I was at that point back in the "good old days" in the 1960's. Stay with it. Study hard and shoot for the "Gold."