Firefighter/EMT (Basic or Paramedic)
National Testing Network - Lynnwood, Washington
- Application Deadline:
- Entry Level:
- $$35,289 Annually annual
Ocala Fire Rescue is currently building an eligibility list for future vacancies for Firefighter/EMT.
Candidates must complete FireTEAM and CPAT testing.
Your CPAT and FireTEAM certifications can't expire and must remain current until the end of the hiring process which is to be determined with the next active posting.
You must be Firefighter II and EMT certified and employable until the end of the hiring process which is to be determined with the next active posting.
Department Information: Ocala Fire Rescue is located in central Marion County, Florida, and has a 125 year storied history protecting the citizens and visitors to Ocala. Ocala Fire Rescue is over 140 personnel, responding to over 15,500 emergency incidents from six fire stations. Ocala Fire Rescue staffs six ALS Engines, four ALS non-transporting Rescues, one Aerial Tower, one Heavy Squad, and an ARFF vehicle for airport response. Ocala Fire Rescue Special Operations include Hazardous Materials, Technical Rescue, Urban Search and Rescue, and SWAT Medic.
- Age: 18+
- Education: High School Diploma/GED
- Experience: See below
Typical Qualifications : Graduated from high school or GED. College coursework in EMS, fire, or related fields is desirable. Current Florida Firefighter Certificate of Compliance, per F.S. 633.34. Current Florida Emergency Medical Technician (EMT) license. Current American Heart Association BLS/Healthcare Provider card. EVOC Certification required. Current CPAT and FireTEAM test on file with National Testing Network (NTN). Paramedic preferred. Must possess and maintain a valid Florida Drivers License with an acceptable driving record.
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