Training and Specialty Services Coordinator 
(UW Lake Rescue and Safety)

UW Madison Police Department

Lake Rescue and Safety Division

1429 Monroe Street

Madison, WI 53711

608-262-4889/ (Sgt. Amanda Buckley)

Brief Description: 

Under the general supervision of the Specialty Services Lieutenant: facilitate and manage the development of response plans for rescue, emergency medical services, and emergency response for UW-Madison Lake Safety and Rescue unit and UW-Madison Police Department First Responder program, and coordinate the administrative processes for the Lake Safety and Specialty Services Unit. This position reports to UW-Madison Police Department (UWPD) and will be based at UW-Madison. For further information, please see the job posting.

Education/Licenses/ Certifications:

Minimum of 3 years full-time relevant work experience required (examples of relevant experience may include, but not limited to work as an EMT, First Responder, Trainer in relevant field, Emergency Management, Emergency Medicine, etc.) This position requires a valid driver's license as a condition of employment and must obtain Wisconsin Boater Safety Certificate with 6 months. EMT Basic licensure through the state of Wisconsin must be obtained within one year of start of employment. Applicants for this position should have experience with watercraft in a professional or personal use setting. Experience with watercraft operations is preferred

The full job posting and online application can be found at:

Deadline to apply online: 11/27/18 11:55pm.

Watertown Fire Department

The Watertown Fire Department is currently accepting applications for the position of Firefighter/Paramedic with the City of Watertown. The Watertown Fire Department is looking for energetic personnel that are dedicated to providing public service in areas of fire protection, emergency medical services, fire prevention, and public education. The Watertown Fire Department is a combination fire department with a service area of 101 square miles covering approximately 30,000 citizens. The fire department operates out of one station which is staffed with a maximum of 8 personnel working 24 hour shifts. The Watertown Fire Department responds to both city and rural emergency calls, uses a two paramedic service, and ran 2652 emergency calls in 2017. 

Starting salary for a firefighter/paramedic is $50,201 per year. 

For a complete job posting please visit