Part-time EMT-Firefighter, AEMT-Firefighter or Paramedic-Firefighter  


Brodhead Area Emergency Medical Service and Brodhead Fire District are currently hiring paid-on-premise part-time EMT-Firefighter, AEMT-F|refighter or Paramedic-Firefighter positions which may include mentoring interns.


The Brodhead Area EMS is flex-staffed, with emergency responders from EMR to Paramedic level on its crew. BAEMS responds to approximately 475 calls a year and Brodhead Fire District responds to approximately 150 calls in the City of Brodhead and surrounding townships. The EMS and Fire District are under Mercyhealth Medical Direction and pride themselves on being well trained and prepared. ln 2O2O - 2021, the EMS station had a major renovation that now includes private sleeping quarters with separate TV, a comfortable common living and dining area, and a new large state-of-the-art ambulance bay.


The ideal candidate will have the following qualifications:

Qualify or hold a current EMT Basic or higher-level emergency provider license in the State of Wisconsin. a Hold a current Healthcare Provider BLS certification o Have at least l year experience as a licensed EMT or higher o Hold a valid Wisconsin driver's license and pass a background check with department insurer o EVOC certification or commitment to obtain certification O FFl, FFll, Driver/Operator Pumper certifications are required. Driver/Operator Aerial

certification is preferred.


These paid-on-premise positions will be new to the departments and we are seeking individuals who are energetic, eager to help expand this new role and help both organizations continue to grow. ln addition to responding to both emergency medical and fire calls, the candidate will be expected to take on the role of mentor for trainees, complete tasks assigned by the officers, and help with other necessary operations at both organizations.


Pay of SfS to SZg per hour is dependent on level of certifications and if mentoring interns. The schedule is flexible and will include some weekend shifts.


A full job description and application material can be found at


Posted 5/23/2022






Summary of Job:

This position performs technical duties in the areas of fire suppression, emergency medical care, emergency rescue, hazardous materials incidents, fire investigation, fire inspection, fire personnel training, and public education. Incumbents are responsible for responding to emergency and non-emergency activities. Incumbents are expected to exercise a high degree of judgment and initiative while making critical fire and life safety-related decisions under high pressure and/or adverse conditions. This classification reports to and receives guidance and mentoring from the Officer in Charge or Company Officer.

Compensation and Benefits:

Starting pay: $4,632 per month for an annual salary of $55,591 with annual increases based upon current labor agreements with top firefighter/paramedic wage after 7 years of $78,811.

-Health, dental, and vision.

-Short/long-term disability insurance.

-Enrollment into the Wisconsin State Retirement system.

-3 days of sick leave upon hire and 10 days annually after the first year

-Vacation after 1 year: 6 days

-Vacation after 2 years; 9 days

-Vacation after 6 years: 10 days

-Vacation after 10 years: 12 days

-Vacation after 15 years: 13 days

-Vacation after 20 years: 14 days

-Vacation after 25 years: 15 days

-Additional 8 paid holidays




 High school graduate or equivalent required, an Associate in Fire/EMS related field is preferred.



Fire suppression and EMS work and training are desired.



REQUIRED: Paramedic Wisconsin certification or eligibility for certification as a paramedic in the State of Wisconsin, Current WI Firefighter I Certification, valid Wisconsin Driver’s License, Valid CPAT certification or ability to obtain within 6 months from date of hire. Those candidates that are in the final portions of either firefighter or paramedic coursework are highly encouraged to apply.


 Preferred certifications but not required at time of hire: Wisconsin Fire Fighter II, Wisconsin Aerial and/or Pumper Driver Operator Certification, NIMS ICS Certification 700 or 800, 100, and 200.


Other Requirements:         

Minimum age of 18 years.  Ability to pass job-related medical exam(s) and drug tests. 


Knowledge, Skills, & Abilities

  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills. 
  • Ability to work well with others, particularly in high-stress situations.
  • Ability to follow policies, rules, and regulations of the department, as well as a working knowledge of the applicable national, state, and local laws, ordinances, and codes affecting the fire service. 
  • Ability to apply principles, practices, methods, and techniques of modern firefighting, emergency medical care, and cardio-pulmonary resuscitation, and the National Incident Management System (NIMS). 
  • Ability to learn local geography, including the location of water mains and hydrants and the major fire hazards of all service areas.
  • Working knowledge and proficiency in the operation of computer equipment and software programs used by the department.
  • Effectively utilize equipment and apparatus in emergency situations and during routine or daily work assignments and in modern emergency response activities.
  • Communicate clearly and concisely both orally and in writing, with individuals and in group settings. 
  • Project a personal commitment to the mission and vision of the department; model leadership skills and behaviors consistent with the guiding principles of the department. 
  • Ability to handle high levels of personal stress and to maintain composure under a variety of adverse conditions, including verbal and physical abuse, witnessing death and critical injuries and experiencing risk of personal harm.


Apply at


Posted 5/16/22



Firefighter/A-EMT (Paramedic) 


DEPARTMENT: Oconto Fire Rescue Department CLASSIFICATION: Full-Time PAY TYPE: $62,000 PLUS BENEFITS



Firefighter/AEMT position requires skills and abilities in combating and extinguishing fires, performing rescues, providing emergency medical services, conducting fire safety inspections and education, apparatus driving and operational actions, participation in station training and programs, and vehicle and equipment maintenance.


Essential Functions are not intended to be an exhaustive list of all responsibilities, duties and skills. They are intended to be summaries of what the job involves and what is required to perform it. Employees are responsible for all other duties as assigned.


  • Responds to emergency and non-emergency service requests meeting all requirements according to Department Standard Operating Guidelines.
  • Attends department or outside training programs and drills.
  • Conducts fire prevention visits and/or inspections as assigned in accordance with applicable local, State and other regulations and guidelines.
  • Provides cleaning and general maintenance of department apparatus, equipment and property.
  • Performs duties in a safe manner and reports unsafe activity and conditions to supervisors.
  • Acquires and retains a thorough knowledge of the City, including streets,n buildings, water supply, unusual hazards and related items.
  • Adheres to on-call responsibilities.
  • Completes all assigned duties as directed and within a timely manner to meet or exceed required deadlines.
  • Performs duties at the Advanced Emergency Medical Technician (AEMT) level
  • Performs pre-shift equipment inspection.
  • Builds relations through community public education. 
  • Works with other city departments during emergency incidents and in preparedness planning for incidents.
  • Provides written and/or verbal reports on assigned projects.
  • Attends department-wide employee meetings.
  • Performs record keeping in Elite Software Program and other records management systems.
  • Assists in assuring department compliance with State, Federal and local laws including regulations for safety.



  •   Knowledge of modern firefighting and EMS methods, principles, equipment and applicable operations.
  •   Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships.
  •   Ability to learn a wide variety of firefighting duties and skills.
  •   Ability to work under extremely stressful conditions, day and night.
  •   Ability to recognize signs of unsafe building or site conditions.
  •   Ability to plan and organize multiple work duties.
  •   Ability to operate fire apparatus, fire pumps and EMS equipment.
  •   Basic computer skills
  •   Ability to communicate well orally and in writing forms.
  •   Ability to quickly learn and put to use new skills and knowledge.




Duties may require an employee to work under extreme weather conditions and in environmental conditions of work site and may be exposed to hazardous work environments and personal danger. Exposures may include, but are not limited to, extreme heat or cold, rain, snow, ice, pollutants, odors and fluids. Work may also be performed in an office setting. Position requires the individual to work under various physically demanding conditions and requires the individual to maintain adequate physical conditioning and abilities. Therefore, the following physical abilities are deemed essential:


  • Sufficient clarity of speech and hearing and other communication capabilities, with or without reasonable accommodation, which permits the employee to communicate effectively, including during emergency situations which may involve a high degree of noise;
  • Sufficient vision and other powers of observation, with or without reasonable accommodation, which permits the employee to effectively operate at a fire or related emergency scene; 
  • Sufficient personal mobility and physical reflexes, with or without reasonable accommodation, which permits the employee to perform all duties involved in protecting life and property.
  • Ability to meet medical and physical requirements specified under Federal law and set by the Department in order to perform full duties without restrictions. 



The following is preferred at time of hire for this position unless noted.


  • Obtain residency within a 15 mile radius of the station (within the first year)
  • High School diploma or equivalent
  • Valid unrestricted WI driver’s license
  • Incident Command System (ICS) 100/200/700
  • Entry Level Firefighter & State Certified Firefighter I with HazMat Operations
  • State Licensed Advanced Emergency Medical Technician (AEMT) (within the first year)
  • State Certified Driver/Operator-Pumper (within the first year)
  • State Certified Driver/Operator-Aerial (within two years)
  • State Certified Firefighter II (within three years)


Desired Education, Training and Experience:

o Paramedic

o Incident Command System (ICS) 300/400/800

o Fire Officer I (Certificate of Completion)

o StateCertifiedFireInspectorI

o Emergency Services Instructor I (Certificate of Completion)

o State Certified Emergency Services Instructor I

o Juvenile Fire Safety Presenter


Please submit letter of Intent, Job Resume, Application, and Permission for Background

Check by April 29th at 4pm.


Link to Printable Application:


Online Fillable Application:


All paperwork can be dropped off or mailed to:

Oconto Fire Rescue Department

Attn: Fire Chief

1210 Main St. Oconto, WI 54153

Or Email to: 


 Posted 4/20/22 





 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.


 The Oshkosh Fire Department is a completely career department that provides a full range of services to the community from its six fire stations that are strategically located throughout the city. Our mission is “The City of Oshkosh Fire Department is a highly trained team that adds value to our community by providing a wide range of emergency services with skill and compassion. We advocate risk reduction through prevention and education, and we provide leadership in times of crisis.” 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.

For complete details and to apply, please visit:

An Equal Opportunity Employer


Posted 4/8/22


Division Chief – EMS 


The Edgerton Fire Protection District is seeking candidates for the newly created position of Division Chief – EMS, responsible for overall 9-1-1 and Interfacility Transfer services offered by our Department. The District, serving four townships and the City of Edgerton covers 100 sq. miles across three counties in Southcentral Wisconsin, and protects approximately 12,000 permanent residents and many more seasonal and vacationing guests to the region as they take advantage of the many recreational and sporting amenities of the area.


The Edgerton Fire Department is a combination fire and paramedic-level EMS department with 10 careers, 37 paid-on-call, and 6 Intern personnel, based out of a single station with 6 apparatus, 3 ambulances, and various water, ATV, and support vehicles.

The District is actively discussing several exciting expansions of service including the possibility of increasing service to 6 additional municipalities and an additional 110 square miles of coverage area. This expansion, if it moves forward, will involve potentially building at least two new stations, and expanding full-time and part-time staffing. The new Division Chief – EMS will be an integral part of planning, implementing, and leading this exciting expansion; as well as lead the District’s efforts to expand its Interfacility Transfer Service.


The District will have representatives available to provide tours of the Station located at 621 North Main Street, Edgerton, Wisconsin, and answer questions about the Department from 11:00 am – 4:00 pm on Saturday, April 16, 2022, and Wednesday, April 20, 2022, for any candidate interested in touring. Participation is not required to be considered for the position.


The initial salary is $70,000, with a potential progression increase at six months and again at 12 months.


Application packets can be obtained by contacting:

Brandon Whitmore

Deputy Chief - Operations Edgerton

Fire Protection District



or by mail to: Edgerton Fire Protection District

Attn: Deputy Chief Brandon Whitmore

621 N. Main Street

Edgerton, WI. 53534

Applications must be received on or before 5:00 p.m., Tuesday, May 3, 2022. 


Posted 4/7/22







Type:Full Time

Salary/Pay Rate:$18.63/Hour or $51,000/Year

Posted Date:04/04/2022

Deadline to Apply:04/29/2022


The Village of Sussex, WI (population 11,400) is accepting applications for two full-time Firefighter/Paramedic positions and will hire additional personnel by the end of the year. The Department provides the highest level of Advanced Life Support (ALS) Paramedics and fully certified firefighters. We are currently transitioning from a volunteer into a combination department staffed with full and part-time members. The Department is authorized for one full-time Lieutenant, two full-time firefighter/paramedics, and two part-time firefighter/paramedics per shift.



The full-time Firefighter/Paramedic shifts are 48 hours on and 96 hours off. 


Pay and Benefits

The pay rate for these positions is $18.63 per hour or approximately $51,000 annually. Per the newly approved IAFF contract, the Firefighter/Paramedic hourly pay rate will increase to $20.50 per hour or approximately $56,100 annually on January 1, 2024, at which time a new contract will be negotiated. The Village offers a competitive insurance package (health, dental, and vision), paid vacation and sick time, and participates in the retirement program through the Wisconsin Retirement System (WRS).  


Minimum Qualifications

Valid Driver’s License with a good driving record

Firefighter 1 Certification

Driver/Operator Pumper Certification

Hazardous Materials Operations Certificate

Current Paramedic license

National Incident Management System (NIMS) Incident Command System (ICS) 100, 200, 700, and 800 Certifications

Preferred certifications include: Driver/Operator Aerial Certification, Firefighter 2 Certification, Fire Inspector I Certification, and Emergency Services Instructor 1 Certification

The Village accepts WTCS Board, IFSAC Accredited, or Pro Board Accredited.




Posted 4/7/22



Fire Science Instructor

Northeast Wisconsin Technical College in Green Bay, WI is accepting applications for a Fire Science Instructor – Job Order 602444.  We will fully support your transition from Industry Expert to Instructor.  Prior teaching experience is NOT required!  To learn more and apply, visit


The College is seeking to attract ethnically diverse instructors and staff who can inspire our increasingly diverse student population.  We believe every member on our team enriches our diversity by exposing us to a broad range of ways to understand and engage with the world, identify challenges, and to discover, design, and deliver solutions. We value the ability to serve students from a broad range of cultural heritages, socioeconomic backgrounds, genders, abilities, and orientations. Therefore, we seek applicants who demonstrate they understand the benefits of diversity in a higher education community. Consideration will be given to equity-minded individuals committed to collaborating with faculty, staff, administration, students, and community partners who are also committed to closing equity gaps.  You belong here.  See why you will love working at NWTC

NWTC is an Equal Opportunity Employer.  Posted 3/20/2022.


Full-time Firefighter/Paramedic and Full-time Fire Inspector

The City of Burlington Fire Department is continuing to grow and we are looking to post our open positions for full-time FF/Paramedic and full-time Fire Inspector.


Full-time Firefighter/Paramedic


Full-time Fire Inspector


Posted 3/20/2022