Job Title: Firefighter Salary: $11.67 hourly Job Type: Full-Time Location: Ardmore, OK Department: Fire Department
To respond to fire alarms, medical emergencies, hazardous materials, urban rescue and other calls to protect life and property; to participate in fire prevention and training; and to maintain assigned station and firefighting equipment. EMT's receive a $500 sign-on bonus. Must upload a copy of Driver's License and High School Diploma or GED with application. DUTIES:
Respond to fire alarms with assigned company; extinguish structure, wildland, and auto fires;. lay and connect hose; maintain pumping apparatus; hold nozzles and .direct water streams; raise and climb ladders; ventilate burning structures; enter buildings to evacuate occupants.
Operate all types of fire operation and rescue equipment including portable fire extinguishers, pike poles, hand lines, smoke ejectors, salvage covers, forcible entry tools, aerial ladder equipment and emergency medical equipment.
Respond to emergency medical incidents; analyze patient needs and administer advance emergency medical until relieved by proper medical personnel.
Administer emergency medical; assist paramedics at medical emergencies; apply techniques for the control of bleeding; utilize immobilization techniques to stabilize patient.
Respond to a variety of general emergency rescue calls including auto accidents, gas system leaks and animals in distress.
Respond to hazardous materials incidents on an on-call basis and under emergency conditions;
Perform auto extrication and rescue.
Perform tests on water flow, sprinkler systems, fire alarms and elevator return systems; perform service tests of fire hose, hydrants, and ground ladders; certify smoke detectors.
Attend and participate in training; stay abreast of new innovations in the field of firefighting.
Clean apparatus and equipment at fire stations; check apparatus for functional readiness; perform general custodial duties as required.
Perform related duties and responsibilities as required.
The City of Choctaw is currently accepting applications for the position of paid firefighter. Job Summary: The employee will perform duties such as but not limited to combating fires, extinguish and prevent fires, provide emergency medical services and response to other emergency incidents to save lives and property. Performs routine maintenance, small repairs and custodial duties of fire department equipment, apparatus and quarters as well as public relations and fire prevention education in our community. Desirable requirements: Must be at least 18 years of age, US Citizen, high school diploma or GED equivalent, valid Oklahoma driver's license and be insurable, pass background investigation, pass the Firefighters Pension physical, no DUI convictions in the past 10 years, no felony convictions, must pass a written and practical exam, Firefighter I, EMT-B National Registry, NIMS Certification (IMS), Hazmat Ops, and other eligibility requirements as required by law. Starting salary $29,602.56 with insurance benefits. Applications are available at www.choctawcity.org or the Choctaw Fire Department, 14181 NE 23rd Street, Choctaw, OK. Applications will be accepted through 5:00 pm on September 24, 2017.
The City of Collinsville is accepting applications for the position of Volunteer Firefighter. Requirements: Must be between 18 and 45 years of age, must have a valid Oklahoma driver’s license, good driving record, high school diploma or GED. EMR/EMT preferred but not required. IFSAC Firefighter 1 preferred but not required and must be completed within the first year of employment. Applicants must be able to meet the State of Oklahoma Firefighter Pension and Retirement System requirements and pass the oral interview and chief’s interview. Submit applications, resumes, and copies of certifications to: City of Collinsville Attn: Human Resources, PO Box 730, Collinsville, OK 74021 Applications are available at www.cityofcollinsville.com or Collinsville City Hall, 106 North 12th.
The City of Edmond, Oklahoma has scheduled a recruitment period for Firefighters. Applicants must be at least 18 years old, must meet all requirements of the Oklahoma Firefighters Pension and Retirement system, possess a high school diploma or GED equivalent, a driving record acceptable to the City’s insurance carrier, a valid driver’s license and have no felony convictions. Applicants will be required to pass a written test, a physical ability/agility test, polygraph examination, and the state required physical examination. All applicants must possess, or obtain a minimum certification of a Nationally Registered Emergency Medical Technician-Basic (EMT-B) within 18 months from date of hire and maintain certification and approval to operate under the Department Medical Director’s license while working within the Suppression or Training Divisions for the duration of employment with the City of Edmond Fire Department. The base salary during the recruit academy is $3,135.40 per month. After completion of the recruit academy training, the base salary will be $4,565.08 per month. Applications will be accepted electronically only starting Monday, August 28th until 5:00pm Friday, September 15th. For more information or to submit an application electronically, visit edmondfd.com/hire . EOE
The City of Marlow is currently accepting applications for the position of paid firefighter. Job Summary: The employee will perform duties such as but not limited to combating fires, extinguish and prevent fires, provide emergency medical services and response to other emergency incidents to save lives and property. Performs routine maintenance, small repairs and custodial duties of fire department equipment, apparatus and quarters as well as public relations and fire prevention education in our community. Desirable requirements: Must be at least 18 years of age, US Citizen, high school diploma or GED equivalent, valid Oklahoma driver's license and be insurable, pass background investigation, pass the Firefighters Pension physical, no DUI convictions in the past 5 years, no felony convictions, must pass a physical agility test, Firefighter I, EMR/EMT-B National Registry, NIMS Certification (IMS), Hazmat Ops, and other eligibility requirements as required by law. SALARY WILL BE BASED ON EXPERIENCE AND QUALIFICATIONS. Applications are available at www.cityofmarlow.com or the Marlow Fire Department, 115 N. 2nd Street, Marlow, OK. Applications will be accepted through 5:00 pm on October 1st, 2017.
Nichols Hills Fire Department is now accepting applications for the position of: Firefighter / EMT This position has a starting salary of $36,532.33 plus benefits. You can pick up an application at the Nichols Hills Fire Department or City Hall located at 6407 Avondale Drive Nichols Hills, OK 73116. All application packets MUST be turned in no later than Thursday September 28th, 2017 at 5:00pm. Any packet that is turned in after this deadline or that is incomplete will not be considered. To apply for employment at the Nichols Hills Fire Department you must meet the following requirements: - Be at least 18 years of age. - Have earned a high school degree or G.E.D. - Be a Nationally & Oklahoma State certified EMT or higher. - Possess a valid driver’s license and be accepted by our insurance carrier. - Have successfully completed a CPAT within the last year (365 days). *If you are currently active on a paid fire department you may be exempt from this requirement. - Live within a 60 minute radius of the fire station. *This applies to employment only and not a requirement at the time of applying. The final three (3) candidates will be asked to interview with the Fire Chief and submit to the following: - Psychological evaluation. - Pension physical. - Polygraph evaluation. - Background check. - Reference check. If you have any questions concerning the hiring process please feel free to contact Deputy Chief Kenny Reyes at (405) 308-1777 or [email protected].
Fire Chief, Fire Marshal & Administrative Positions
The Oak Cliff Fire Protection District is accepting employment applications for the full time position of Fire Chief through 5pm on September 8, 2017 at 13425 S. Bryant Avenue, Edmond, Oklahoma 73034. The fire department is a full service agency located in southern Logan County between Edmond and Guthrie. The department provides emergency response services and community outreach to approximately 12,000 residents in an area spanning 37 square miles. The District has six (6) paid personnel and twenty (20) volunteers. The Fire Chief will report directly to the Board of Directors of the Oak Cliff Fire Protection District. The salary range for the Fire Chief position is $0 - $ 65,000 per year depending on qualifications and experience. The Oak Cliff Fire Protection District provides health insurance benefits for all full time employees, membership in a 22 ½ year full Oklahoma Firefighters Pension & Retirement System with the District contributing towards retirement, longevity pay, eleven (11) paid holidays, sick, and vacation benefits. Job applications may be obtained at Oak Cliff Fire Station #1, 13425 S. Bryant Ave., Edmond, OK 73034, phone (405) 340-9115 during normal business hours or on the Oak Cliff Fire Protection District website: www.OakCliffFD.com Questions may be directed to Board Chairman, Dwight Maker at: [email protected] or phone (405) 590-3352. The Oak Cliff Fire Protection District is an equal opportunity employer. Examples of the administrative duties:
Payroll for the paid and volunteer positions
Benefits for Full-time firefighters (PTO, insurance, sick leave, etc.)
Shift coverage and assignments
Union contract compliance
Oklahoma State Department of Health daily medical operation compliance
Medical licenses maintenance
Medical Director compliance
Weather monitoring, siren activation and maintenance
Emergency vehicle maintenance and oversight
Relationship development/problem resolution with citizens of the District
Station maintenance oversight
Board meeting attendance and agenda preparation
Develop, submit, and follow annual budget
File annual activity report with State Fire Marshall
Review training requests and oversee training staff
Emergency scene management oversight
Employee performance reviews
Hiring tentative to:
Passage of National Criminal records check with finger prints through Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation
Applicant shall have at least three (3) years actual experience as a paid fire fighter
Applicant must successfully pass the Oklahoma Firefighters Pension physical performance/agility test and medical evaluation
Instructions: Please complete an application packet and submit it to the Oak Cliff Station #1 on or before 5pm on September 8th, 2017. Applications submitted after deadline will not be considered. Place completed application in a sealed envelope along with any other materials you feel necessary. Place the sealed envelope in the box labeled “Board” near the Secretary’s door.
Fire Chief - The City of Walters, Oklahoma seeks a qualified individual to assume the responsibilities of the retiring Fire Chief. Walters is a Southwest Oklahoma rural community located 15 miles south of Lawton. The Walters Fire Department consists of 3 full-time firefighters and the Chief, all of whom work rotating shifts. The selected individual must have 3 years experience as a paid firefighter, must be able to pass the state physical performance and agility test, and must possess an Oklahoma Firefighter 1 Certification. Send Resume to: Shawn Strange, City Manager, PO Box 485, Walters, OK 73572. Open until filled. Equal Opportunity Employer.