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FireRescue1 Career News March 2012

The politics of fire; Be up to date on fire training; Alert for unexpected hazards;
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Dear Member,

In this edition of the Career newsletter, we discuss the politics of fire and how it will inevitably become a part of your job. We also remind you it's important to stay current with new training techniques and tests.

Lastly, we share some tips on how to get started as a wildland fire contractor.

The FireRescue1 Team
Featured Article
The politics of fire
At some point politicking will be a part of your life as a firefighter. I am a firm believer that it is what you and your fellow firefighters do during good political and fiscal times that helps your organization better weather the bad times. Political battles are inevitable
What have you done for me lately?
By Steve Prziborowski
It is not uncommon to have someone complete something such as a training class or a day of volunteering, but not do anything more with that. Stay up-to-date
Featured Jobs
Position Agency Filing Deadline
FIREFIGHTER Arlington FD 05/07/2012
FIREFIGHTER/EMT or PARAMEDIC Broken Arrow FD 04/13/2012
FIREFIGHTER I Augusta FD 05/30/2012
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Career Tip
Finding work as a wildland fire contractor
By Wayne Eder
There are thousands of dedicated individuals that own or operate wildland fire contract businesses throughout the United States, many doing a great job and making a living. How to get started
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