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Firefighter EMT – Kenosha, Wisconsin

Salary $49,428.00 – $73,908.00 Annually   Closing Date 6/4/2018   Requirements Training and Experience: Minimum age of eighteen (18). High school graduate or equivalent, and must meet one of the following bullets: Actively nationally Registered or State of Wisconsin licensed as an Emergency Medical Technician with Firefighter I and Firefighter II certifications; or Associate’s Degree […]

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Firefighter Paramedic – Manitowoc, Wisconsin

Salary $3,884.00 Monthly   Qualifications Education: High School graduate or equivalency, preferred is an Associate or Bachelor Degree in Fire/EMS related field, hazardous materials technician (mandatory if ordered by Chief) Experience: Experience working on teams Certifications/Licenses: Paramedic Wisconsin certification or eligibility for certification as a paramedic in the State of Wisconsin, valid Wisconsin Driver’s License, […]

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Police Officer – Appleton, Wisconsin

Salary $28.54 Hourly Closing Date Until Filled   Typical Qualifications A minimum of 60 credits of post-secondary education at an approved college, university, or technical school is required. Must meet Wisconsin Law Enforcement Standards Board Certification requirements. Knowledge of federal, state and local laws and ordinances. Knowledge of current law and case decisions relating to […]

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Police Officer – Racine, Wisconsin

Salary $55,265.60 – $67,704.00 Annually   Closing Date 6/1/2018   REQUIREMENTS Applicants must: Be citizens of the United States Be at least 21 years of age at time of application Must have at least sixty (60) semester credits of post-high school education at accredited university, college, or technical school at time of application Be of […]

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Police Officer – Madison, Wisconsin

The Madison Police Department is nationally recognized for innovation and leadership.  The Department is in the forefront of “trust-based” community policing, problem solving and quality improvement.  We are an organization “where individuals CAN and DO make a difference.”   The Department wants to attract and retain men and women who reflect the diversity of our […]

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