The Village of Sussex (population 11,200) is located in Waukesha County and in the Milwaukee metropolitan area. The Village is accepting applications to fill two immediate full-time Firefighter/Paramedic positions and three positions in 2022.
The Fire Department averages 850 calls per year and has a proud history of providing fire and emergency medical services to the Sussex community and mutual aid to the surrounding areas since 1922.
The Department is currently transitioning from committed and capable volunteers into a combination department staffed with full and part-time members. Throughout this transition period, the Village is proud to have received an ISO Class 2 rating and continue providing the highest level of Advanced Life Support (ALS) Paramedics and fully certified firefighters.
In addition to EMS and fire suppression, the Sussex Fire Department also provides other services, not limited to: fire inspection, fire prevention, fire & life safety code compliance, and public education & outreach programs.
We are a combination department, which includes 10 full-time (Fire Chief, three Lieutenants, and six Firefighter/Paramedics), part-time, and paid on-call staff. Currently the Department is authorized for one full-time Lieutenant, two full-time firefighter/paramedics and two part-time firefighter/paramedics per shift. The approved long-term staffing plan includes annual budgetary increases through 2023 of $100,000 with the goal of having one Lieutenant, three full-time firefighter/paramedics, and one part-time firefighter/paramedic per shift.
FIRE/EMS STAFF OPENING Ixonia, WI
The Town of Ixonia Fire & EMS Department is accepting applications for the position of Staff Firefighter/MPO/AEMT. There is a current opening for Two (2) Firefighter/MPO/AEMT with an expected start date of January 3, 2022.
The Town of Ixonia Fire and EMS Department is an equal opportunity employer. Starting salary for the open positions is $46,240.00 - $47,320.00 depending on qualifications. Full benefit package is available – health, dental, retirement.
Application packets may be picked up at the Town of Ixonia Town Hall, W1195 Marietta Avenue, Ixonia, WI, printed online at www.townofixonia.com or requested by email at firstname.lastname@example.org. Completed applications are due to the Town Hall by 12:00 noon on Monday, November 15, 2021.
OSHKOSH FIRE DEPT.
The Oshkosh Fire Department is seeking to establish an eligibility list for the position of Firefighter (Entry Level and Lateral)! All candidates must have completed the FireTEAM exam as well as the CPAT in the last year to be considered further in the hiring process.
Position Title: Firefighter (Entry Level and Lateral)
Salary Information: The salary range for 2022 is $51,595 - $77,243.
Benefits offered include health, dental, and vision insurance, a no-cost employer-sponsored clinic for those enrolled in the health plan, a Wisconsin Retirement System pension, paid time off, life insurance, educational assistance and a deferred compensation plan. Additional information is available using the links below:
Are you a fire service professional with demonstrated abilities as a servant leader, an effective communicator, and a highly engaged firefighter with strong critical thinking abilities? Are you looking for a department that offers a wide variety of career opportunities as well as the support needed to grow and develop? Do you enjoy the outdoors but don’t want to give up the amenities that come with city living? With the Oshkosh Fire Department, you will not only have the career opportunities you are seeking, but will also enjoy building relationships with local community members, exploring our beautiful surroundings, and doing all this in an area that is affordable. Oshkosh is the perfect location for those who are seeking true work/life balance.
Additionally, experienced applicants may qualify for Lateral Transfer Pay. Please refer to “Exhibit A: Wage and Fringe Benefits” in the local contract, the link to which is included above, for full details of our Lateral Transfer provisions.
The Oshkosh Fire Department is a complete career department that provides a full range of services to the community from its six fire stations that are strategically located throughout the city. The Mission of the department is to prevent, respond to and minimize harmful situations to the people we serve. The Oshkosh Fire Department has received the highest possible rating of 1/10 by the Insurance Services Office (ISO) based on its ability to prevent, respond to and suppress fires within the city in an efficient and timely manner. The department’s 110 team members achieve this mission by providing fire protection, fire prevention, emergency medical services, special event coverage, and emergency management to the city of Oshkosh. We also provide advanced life support ambulance services to numerous nearby cities, townships, and villages. As a full-service department, we are prepared to respond to many other types of special circumstances such as hazardous materials spills, ice and open water rescue, dive rescue, and aircraft rescue firefighting.
Our firefighters are our most valuable resource. Every day they have the opportunity to make a difference in someone's life. They get to utilize their critical thinking skills, compassion, and courage to help those in need in our community. Our firefighters are dedicated professionals who create a progressive, diverse and exceptional fire department.
Our ideal candidate will exhibit integrity, loyalty, commitment to lifelong learning, courage in conviction, and a passion for the fire service. If this describes you, we invite you to apply for the Oshkosh Fire Department Firefighter position and join our team of fire service professionals!
The city of Oshkosh, encompassing 26.91 square miles, is located 88 miles north of Milwaukee and 50 miles south of Green Bay and is positioned on the west bank of Lake Winnebago with the Fox River running through its core. The city has highways and rail lines that run through it and is home to a private airport. The city of Oshkosh is also known as Wisconsin’s “Event City”. Every year, thousands of visitors come to Oshkosh to enjoy concerts, festivals, sporting events, and airshows.
Job Requirements Age : 18
US Citizen : YES
High School Grad/GED : YES
Valid WISCONSIN State Driver's License : YES
Ability to Read/Speak English : YES
Necessary Certifications : FIREFIGHTER I AT TIME OF APPLICATION
FIREFIGHTER II BY TIME OF APPOINTMENT
FIRE APPARATUS DRIVER OPERATOR (PUMPER) BY TIME OF APPOINTMENT
EMT BASIC AT TIME OF APPLICATION
ENROLLED IN EMT PARAMEDIC AT TIME OF APPLICATION
Additional Requirements : NO TOBACCO USAGE
Hiring Process :
PHYSICAL, DRUG SCREEN AND PSYCHOLOGICAL EXAM
APPOINTMENT BY POLICE AND FIRE COMMISSION
Equal Opportunity Employer and Preference Points: : If you are a military veteran and wish to apply for Veterans Preference Points, please contact the City of Oshkosh Human Resources at 920-236-5110 or by email at cityofoshkoshHR@ci.oshkosh.wi.us.
THE CITY OF OSHKOSH IS AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER COMMITTED TO DIVERSITY IN THE WORKFORCE
Fire · Burlington, Wisconsin
The City of Burlington Fire Department (CBFD) is seeking highly motivated, dedicated fire service personnel to establish an eligibility list for the position of full time Firefighter/Paramedic. As of January 1, 2020, the City of Burlington Fire Department became a full-service fire and A-EMT level emergency medical services department responding to over 1700 calls for service. In 2021, we are projected to respond to over 1900 calls. We provide Fire and EMS services to the City of Burlington (pop. 10,924) and EMS services to the Town of Burlington (pop. 6,565), covering a total of 43.87 square miles. CBFD has begun the application process to become a Paramedic Level EMS department. We are a combination staffed department consisting of: six full-time career Firefighter/EMTs, Fire Inspector, Public Safety Administrative Assistant, full-time Fire Chief, 20 part-time Firefighter/EMTs, and 35 volunteer Firefighters. Starting annual salary is $52,157.49.
A City of Burlington Employment Application form is required to be submitted as part of this position recruitment. This form may be obtained here:
Complete the application form and upload it in the as part of the online application.
· Respond to fire and emergency calls
· Provide BLS/ALS and first aid treatment in accordance with laws, protocols, and directions
· Write reports documenting incident data, patient assessment and treatment
· Operate radios and other communication equipment
· Perform general maintenance work of equipment, vehicles, apparatus, and facilities
· Present fire prevention and education activities to the public
· Participate in monthly general meetings, Fire trainings, and EMS trainings
Minimum Qualifications:(Must possess or have the ability to obtain by time of hire)
· Be age 21 or older by time of hire
· Valid driver license with a satisfactory driving record
· High School or Equivalency diploma
· WI State or National Registry Paramedic
· State of Wisconsin certified Firefighter II
· State of Wisconsin certified Driver Operator
· Candidate Physical Ability Test (CPAT) Certification (valid for 1 year from day of issue)
Candidates must successfully pass oral interviews, written exam, fitness for duty physical, psychological evaluation, drug screen and background investigation (to include criminal and motor vehicle history).
Those candidates possessing other pertinent certifications and/or training will receive additional consideration. Veterans are encouraged to apply.
Applications may be obtained online or from the City of Burlington Fire Department at 165 W. Washington Street, Burlington, WI between 8am-4pm M-F.
Completed applications and copies of appropriate certificates and licenses must be received by 4pm on January 4, 2022.
Application materials can be submitted in person, via email, or USPS to:
Alan Babe, Fire Chief
165 W. Washington Street
Burlington, WI 53105
The City of Burlington is an Equal Opportunity Employer.