$64,986.48 – $78,986.96 Annually
Education and Experience
To be considered for the position:
Complete an on-line application thoroughly and accurately. Complete all information as requested. “See Resume” will not be accepted as an answer and will deem the application as incomplete.
Must be at least the age of 18.
Have a High School Diploma or equivalent (Fire Industry Associates Degree is preferred)
Have a valid Texas Commission on Fire Protection Basic Firefighter Certification or equivalent (IFSAC Seal FF1 and FF2)
Have a valid Texas Department of State Health Services EMT Certification or National Registry EMT Certification.
Preferred to have a valid Texas Department of State Health Services Paramedic Certification or National Registry Paramedic Certification, or be within 90 days of completion of a paramedic training program at time of application.
Have a current, valid driver’s license with a good driving record (no more than 3 citations/accidents within the last 3 years; no DWI/DUI convictions within the past 10 years)
If applicable, an honorable discharge from the military
Must complete and pass a Physical Agility Test. Test date to be determined.
If selected, must be available for Panel interviews and Chief Officer interviews.
If selected as a final candidate, must pass a pre-employment drug screen, polygraph test, psychological exam, criminal background check, and physical exam.
Candidates must upload the following documents as attachments to their application:
High School Diploma or GED transcripts: College transcripts if applicable