Job Posting: Edwardsville Fire Department

City of Edwardsville
Location: Edwardsville, KS

Edwardsville Fire Department is accepting applications to create an eligibility list for the position of: FIREFIGHTER/EMT.

Position is open for applications until October 9th, 2017.

GENERAL DESCRIPTION: This position, under minimal supervision, protects life and property by performing firefighting and EMS duties, administering emergency aid, mitigating hazardous materials situations and performing fire prevention duties. Maintains Fire and EMS apparatus, equipment and facilities.

EXAMPLES OF WORK:
This is the entry-level classification in the Firefighter classification series, characterized by the responsibility to provide emergency services in fire suppression, first response medical services, and hazardous materials incidents.  The employee’s assignments, objectives, work methods, and sequence of steps are either specified or explained in general terms.  Work review is integrated into daily assignments.
Work includes, controlling and extinguishing fires using a variety of specialized equipment and techniques, evacuating persons from areas of danger, and performing emergency treatment. Work includes inspecting multi-occupancy and commercial buildings for fire hazards and violations of the Fire Code, and instructing the public on the principles of fire preventions. The department also provides advanced life support and field paramedical work responding to emergency calls from the public to perform medical assistance with emphasis on the stabilization of patients to permit safe transport to a full-service medical facility. Contact with the general public, the comforting of patients, the reassuring of family and others in the vicinity, and cooperation with fire and police authorities are of major significance to this work. Duties are performed according to standard paramedical practices and established drug therapy protocol. Work is performed under the general supervision of a fire officer. Completes fire and EMS reports in compliance with State and Federal Reporting Requirements.

As a condition of employment, incumbents shall maintain an Emergency Medical Technician – Basic licensure during their employment period. The requirement for employment can be modified to require and maintain an Emergency Medical Technician Paramedic license during their employment period with no negotiation. Depending upon the needs of the Fire Department, incumbents of positions in this classification and meet the standards established by the City of Edwardsville Fire Department may be assigned the specialty of Firefighter/EMT.

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES: Knowledge of firefighting and EMS procedures, practices and techniques. Knowledge of testing, maintenance, inspection and operation of fire department apparatus, equipment and tools. Skilled in the use of tools and equipment used in the repair and maintenance of department vehicles and equipment. Must be a self-starter and have the ability to work independently and follow a job task through from start to finish. Report writing skills and experience with computers essential. Must possess good verbal and written communication skills. Must have basic knowledge of portable radio operations and be able to communicate clearly over a radio. Skilled in analyzing fire and emergency situations and providing an effective course of action. Skill in effectively dealing with people under stress.

EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE: High school diploma or equivalent required, associate’s degree or higher preferred. Current National Registry Emergency Medical Technician – Basic, or State of Kansas Basic EMT license, with one year of experience with an Advanced Life Support treatment and transport service. International Fire Service Accreditation Congress (IFSAC) certifications of Firefighter I, Firefighter II through the Kansas Fire Service Certification System or other licensing body are requirements for this position. Certification and experience as a firefighter is preferred.
Maintain state-mandated continuing education requirements, including current American Heart Association (AHA) certification in Basic Life Support (BLS).

LICENSES AND SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS: International Fire Service Accreditation Congress (IFSAC) certifications of Firefighter I, Firefighter II and ADO-Pumper through the Kansas Fire Service Certification System are requirements for this position. The obtainment of Firefighter II may be waived for one (1) year from hire date. The obtainment of ADO-Pumper certifications will be waived for three (3) years from hire date. Must possess State of Kansas Emergency Medical Technician – Basic certification or Nationally Registered Emergency Medical Technician – Basic. NIMS ICS 100, 200, 700 and 800 are required within 12 months of being hired. Must possess or be eligible for a State of Kansas driver’s license. Must successfully pass a background investigation with no felony convictions or misdemeanor convictions related to weapons, assault, controlled substances, or theft within the last 10 years. Position is subject to successful completion of pre-employment drug testing. Subject to a one-year probationary period. Ability to successfully complete written, physical, and oral exams during probationary period.

TO APPLY: Please submit a Resume, Cover Letter, complete application with three professional references, proof of EMS Licensure. A complete job description and other necessary forms are available at City Hall, by calling HR at 913-441-3707, ext. 21, or on the city web page. Return completed applications to the Fire Chief by mail to: Firefighter/EMT Selection Attn: City of Edwardsville FD, P.O. Box 13738, Edwardsville, KS 66113

Applications received after 5:00 pm on October the 9th, 2017 will not receive review for employment.

Job Posting: Lenexa Fire Department

FIREFIGHTER CAREER OPPORTUNITIES

The City of Lenexa, Kansas Fire Department is currently seeking highly motivated men and women who are passionate about serving the public and delivering the highest level of professional service as a firefighter. The City of Lenexa is a progressive, dynamic, and growing community located in Johnson County, Kansas. The department is accredited by the Commission on Fire Accreditation International and has been awarded the highest public protection classification rating by the Insurance Services Office. The firefighter position is a non-standard, rotating work, shift schedule (nine 24 hour shifts in a 27-day work period), requiring weekend and holiday work.

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:

   Minimum of 18 years of age at time of employment offer
   Valid driver’s license with good driving record
   High school diploma or certificate of high school equivalency
   Firefighter I and II certificate and EMT certification; OR a paramedic certification with or without the Firefighter I and II certificates
   Successful completion of the Candidate Physical Ability Test (CPAT) within 1 year of application submission
   Fire Service Entrance Exam (FSEE) minimum score of 70%

Information for CPAT and FSEE opportunities can be found in the following links:

http://www.jccc.edu/academics/public-safety/fire-science/cpat.html

http://www.jccc.edu/academics/public-safety/fire-science/fsee.html

http://www.mcckc.edu/professional-dev/public-safety-institute/fireacademy/

PREFERRED QUALIFICATION: National registry or Kansas paramedic certification highly preferred.

PROCESS: The application packet must be submitted before the close of business August 11, 2017. Structured interviews are scheduled August 14-16, 2017. Candidates moving forward in the process will interview with the Fire Chief August 17, 2017. Successful candidates who receive a conditional job offer will be required to successfully pass a psychological and medical exam, urine drug screen, and pre-employment background screening. Lenexa firefighters are required to establish residency to be able to report for work within 30 minutes within one year of hire. Starting salary for Firefighter is $40,238/yearly and starting salary for Paramedic is $44,262/yearly. Firefighter I and II certification training will be provided for successful paramedic candidates without these credentials. Competitive benefits package includes vision, dental, and health insurance; short-term disability; life insurance; state and city sponsored pension plans; and educational tuition reimbursement.

TO APPLY: Applications are only accepted online and must include both resume and minimum qualification certifications. All documents must be saved as a singular document and submitted with the online application. The resume should include education and credentials, as well as the previous ten years of employment history. Application packets must be submitted no later than August 11, 2017 by 5:00 p.m. C.D.T.  Additional information and application assistance is available at:

City of Lenexa, Human Resources Department
913-477-7550
www.lenexa.com/jobs

Job Posting: Firefighter Recruit – Waterloo, Iowa

Submit resume by going to www.cityofwaterlooiowa.com, clicking on Career Opportunities, reviewing the complete Fire Fighter Recruit description and testing information and following directions to submit cover letter and resume. We will not accept mailed, faxed, hand-delivered or directly emailed resumes. Deadline to submit resume is Noon Friday, August 4, 2017.

Please go to Fire Department on the City website and click on “Jobs” if you would like to register for a practice session(s) for the physical ability testing. You must submit a resume prior to registering for the practice.

CIVIL SERVICE NOTICE
CITY OF WATERLOO, IOWA
OPEN EXAM
FIRE FIGHTER RECRUIT
$17.34 per hour effective 7/1/2017 ($47,789.04 annualized)

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS, KNOWLEDGE, EXPERIENCE & TRAINING SUMMARY

Entry level position under the general direction of a Company Officer, Captain and Battalion Chief responsible for combating, extinguishing and preventing fires, responding to medical and rescue calls, assisting in answering emergency calls, educating the public regarding injury and fire prevention, performing general labor tasks in the care and maintenance of Fire Rescue property and equipment, attending training courses related to fire fighting and fire prevention, assisting in fire station drill sessions, performing assigned fire inspections of buildings, fire escapes and other related structures for compliance with fire prevention ordinances and other duties as assigned. An illustrative list of essential functions and physical abilities are listed in the job description. Acceptable experience and training: high school graduate/equivalent by deadline date for resume; must be eighteen years of age by deadline date for submission of resume.; must obtain EMS State Certification to EMT level within one year probation; may be required to obtain paramedic certification after completing one year on the job and maintain this certification for ten years; must obtain Fire Fighter I & II Certification with International Fire Service Accreditation Congress (IFSAC) or Pro Board Fire Service Professional Qualifications System (Pro Board) approval within one year probation; must obtain and maintain Haz-Mat Certification with IFSAC or Pro Board approval at least at operations level; current driver’s license and good driving record based on City of Waterloo driver performance criteria; must obtain and maintain Iowa Class D Driver’s License after appointment. Required knowledge and abilities include but are not limited to the following: ability to learn the operations and maintenance of fire apparatus and equipment used by the department; ability to learn the locations of City streets, principal buildings and fire hydrants; able to pass State-mandated post job offer physical examination, a drug test, a psychological test and a background investigation.

Miscellaneous: eighteen years of age by resume deadline; color vision, far visual acuity and peripheral vision as mandated by State standards; hearing as mandated by State standards. Information on these standards will be in the information sent after a resume is submitted. Legally eligible to work in the United States; no alcohol or drug dependency; willing to comply with Residency Policy for Critical Employees (must live within ten-mile radius of Waterloo City Hall within two years of hire date or as approved by Chief of Fire Services); no felony conviction or conviction for a crime involving moral turpitude.

Minority, female & disabled individuals are encouraged to apply.
A.A./E.E.O.

FIRE RECRUIT NOTICE 2017 FOR POSTING June 2017

Job Posting: Overland Park Fire Department

https://recruit.opkansas.org

Job Description
Job Title:
Firefighter
Job ID:
117090
Location: OPFD Station Two
Full/Part Time:
Full-Time
Regular/Temporary:
Regular

Responsibilities
The City of Overland Park Fire Department is accepting applications for the position of Firefighter.

Responsibilities: This is a highly skilled fire fighting, emergency medical services and fire prevention position. Extinguishes and prevents fires to protect life and property; maintains fire station equipment, apparatus, quarters, and operating equipment; provides public education; and prevention duties. Work is performed in accordance with general supervision and written procedures, under the command of a superior officer. Work is reviewed in progress and upon completion.

Requirements: High school diploma or GED. Must possess a valid driver’s license and maintain an insurable driving record. Associates Degree in Fire Science and/or Emergency Medicine is preferred. Emergency Medical Technician Certification in the State of KS or National Registry. Prior to applying must have current CPAT certification, and have taken the Fire Service Entrance Exam (FSEE) and achieved a score of 70% or better. Must have a current EMT and AED certification by the Kansas Board of EMS or National Registry. If National Registry certified, employee must obtain Kansas Board of EMS certification within first year of employment. Employees hired prior to July 1, 2011 must be Firefighter 1 and Firefighter 2 qualified and have satisfactory progress with the ongoing competencies and requirements of the equivalent of National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) 1001 Professional Firefighter Qualifications, NFPA 472 Hazardous Materials Competencies for the First Responder at the Operational Level, and NFPA 1002 Fire Apparatus Driver/Operator Professional Qualifications and Certifications. Employees hired after July 1, 2011 must have Firefighter 1 and Firefighter 2 Certification in the State of Kansas or equivalent International Fire Service Accreditation Congress (IFSAC) or Pro Board Certification. No City residency requirement.

Attaching a resume does not complete the application. You must fully complete the application to be considered for employment. All fields including the required licenses and certificates must be completed or you will be automatically disqualified. An email address is necessary to apply online and receive an electronic confirmation that you successfully submitted the application.

Must successfully pass a background check, drug screen, physical, and psychological evaluation.

Qualified applicants will be scheduled for a FireTeam Video Test the week of 5/22/2017 Learn more at www.ergometrics.org. Copies of all required certifications will be collected at this time and are mandatory before allowing entrance into the exam. A photo ID will be required before allowing entrance into the exam.

Normal Work Hours: 24-hour shift; schedule to be determined by supervisor

Salary: $3,324/mo.

Application Deadline: 05/19/2017

Benefits: Full-time

EO/M/F/D/V

Strong Work!

I wanted to take a moment to recognize our current cadet class number 69 for their hard work this last Saturday. They successfully accomplished 24 fire attack, VES, and search evolutions due to their willingness to work. The day ran smoothly due to their quick ability to help instructors reset and immediately request an assignment after completing a task. Excellent work Class 69!

ATTENTION STUDENTS – 2017 Grainger Tools for Tomorrow Scholarship Program

Students pursuing careers in the Skilled Trades (electronic systems, HVAC, plumbing, welding, automotive, construction, facilities maintenance or other industrial trades), Public Safety (first responder, law enforcement-city, county, state, or prison guard, firefighter, fire safety, emergency medical tech, emergency management and disaster preparedness) or Supply Chain (supply chain management, transportation, distribution or logistics) are eligible to apply. The application with additional required documentation is also attached.

This scholarship is available to students in skilled trades, public service or supply chain programs. It is a $2,000 award for the upcoming academic year, awarded in August and late December. The funding comes to the school and is put on the students account versus going directly to them.

The deadline to apply is Friday March 31.  At this time I have no applicants and this program has awarded students from JCCC since 2012-2013.  Grainger must receive the information by Friday, March 31, so please return the information with all accompanying documents can be returned to me (2nd floor of Student Center) by Thursday, March 30 at 5pm. -Cindy Kleinsorge

Click the link below to access the application.

2017_Grainger_Tools_For_Tomorrow_Application

For more information, contact: 

Cindy Kleinsorge

Scholarships & Financial Aid

Johnson County Community College

12345 College Blvd, Box 50

Overland Park, Ks  66210

913-469-8500 ext 4116

ckleinso@jccc.edu

Attention Directors – Job Posting: Louisiana State University

https://lsu.wd1.myworkdayjobs.com/LSU/job/LSU—Baton-Rouge/Assistant-Director-of-Certifications_R00009487-1

Job Posting Title:
Assistant Director of Certifications

Position Type:
Professional / Unclassified

Department:
LSUAM ORED – SNCSRT – FETI – Municipal Training and Certification (David Arthur Casey (00002560))

Work Location:
LSU – Baton Rouge

Pay Grade:
Professional

This is an Assistant Director of Certification position, which will be responsible for the overall development, security, maintenance and revisions of certification exams administered to emergency response personnel. Position is the state’s fire service certification manager in accordance with Louisiana state law RS §1542 and 1543, and serves as the accreditation manager for same. Position will also be responsible for developing and administering a budget for the certification program.
Job Responsibitilities:
Develop written direction related to various aspects of program area, with the Director. Develops short / long-range program goals & objectives in conjunction with Director & other program areas. Supervises record keeping / enrollment / program delivery performance data. Carries out assigned duties & responsibilities using appropriate computer hardware / software. (25%)
Directs and supervises the certification processes for Louisiana’s municipal and industrial fire services and other users. Responsible for test security, certification application, testing and completion records, scheduling of testing and evaluations on and off-site, electronic record keeping and data management, all in accordance with accreditation requirements and internal procedures. Insures proper and safe certification testing conditions. Develops reports that analyze current certification testing performance, trends, and projected service needs. (20%)
Develops, maintains and supervises full-time staff and WAE proctors trained to administer written and / or practical examinations for certification programs where appropriate. Works in conjunction with the Director of FETI in establishing performance expectations on an annual basis. Monitors and evaluates the performance of full-time and WAE staff. Maintains a list of adjunct instructors approved to administer certification tests. Oversees the training of Lead Evaluators. (15%)
Responsible for the development and administration of a budget for the Certification / Accreditation program area in consultation with the Director of FETI. Analyzes anticipated income and expenses associated with activities related to the program area for each fiscal year. Monitors status of expenses and income throughout teach fiscal year. Makes necessary adjustments in program area activities as needed throughout the year based upon predetermined financial objectives established for the program area. (15%)
Administers the accreditation of the State certification processes with the International Fire Service Accreditation Congress (IFSAC) and the National Board on Fire Service Professional Qualifications (ProBoard). Maintains updates test banks, monitors changes in standards and accreditation processes, updates certification testing processes to current standards and monitors manipulative and cognitive examination for validity, reliability, and security. Participates in the accreditation meetings and site reviews. (10%)
Promotes the fire and emergency certification program; establishes working relationships with chiefs and training officers throughout state to ensure compliance with certification requirements. Works closely with the committees and / or organizations representing the target audience for specific certification programs during the development of those programs when appropriate. (10%)
Coordinates with FETI Training Managers regarding curriculum revisions, and provides guidance for compliance to national standard Job Performance Requirements (JPRs) and/or performance objectives that are utilized in certification testing. (5%)
Carries out other duties and responsibilities as assigned by the Director of FETI.
Minimum Qualifications:
Bachelor’s Degree in Fire Related Topic (Fire Science, Fire Safety, Fire Service Leadership, Mgmt or Admin), Emergency Services Mgmt, Educational Assessment, Adult or Vocational Education, Human Resources Mgmt, Public Admin and 8 yrs Fire Department Member with at least 2 years as a full-time fire officer or supervisor / manager of a fire service training or fire related educational provider.
Note: 4 years’ experience in supervising fire service certification or training programs may substitute for the required eight years as a member of a fire department.
Preferred Qualifications:
Master’s Degree in Fire Related Topic (Fire Science, Fire Safety, Fire Service Leadership, Mgmt or Admin), Emergency Services Mgmt, Educational Assessment, Adult or Vocational Education, Human Resources Mgmt, Public Admin and 9+ yrs Fire Department Member with at least 2 years as a full-time fire officer or supervisor / manager of a fire service training or fire related educational provider. AdditionaI experience supervising fire certification, training or educational programs may substitute for degree topics listed. Experience in the development / use of evaluation instruments, test item analysis, interpretation of results; question validity, reliability and disparate impact. Supervisory experience at IFSC or ProBoard accredited certification agency
Special / Physical Qualifications:
Occasional evenings and weekends, some out of state travel primarily for accreditation related activities. Due to the nature of the position and / or position responsibilities this position shall be subject to drug / alcohol testing in accordance with University Policy Statement 67.
Certifications / License Requirements:
IFSAC or ProBoard Instructor II: Certification from accredited fire service agency.
Note: Coursework and equivalent hours of instruction may substitute with certification in one year.

Additional Job Description:
Special Instructions:
Please attach ALL required documents under the Resume / CV section of your application.

A copy of your transcript(s) may be attached to your application (if available). However, original transcripts are required prior to hire.

Please provide resume and three (3) professional references including name, title, phone number and e-mail address.

Posting Date:
March 9, 2017

Closing Date (Open Until Filled if No Date Specified):

Additional Position Information:
Background Check – An offer of employment is contingent on a satisfactory pre-employment background check.
Benefits – LSU offers outstanding benefits to eligible employees and their dependents including health, life, dental, and vision insurance; flexible spending accounts; retirement options; various leave options; paid holidays; wellness benefits; tuition exemption for qualified positions; training and development opportunities; employee discounts; and more!

Essential Position (Y/N):
No

EEO Statement:
LSU is committed to diversity and is an equal opportunity / equal access employer.

HCM Contact Information:
Questions or concerns can be directed to the LSU Human Resources Management Office at 225-578-8200 or emailed HR@lsu.edu

Job Posting: Kansas City Kansas Fire Department

UNIFIED GOVERNMENT OF WYANDOTTE COUNTY/KANSAS CITY, KANSAS

FIREFIGHTER EMT AND FIREFIGHTER PARAMEDIC

John Paul Jones Fire Chief

Posting Begins: March 2, 2017

Posting Ends: April 5, 2017

Anticipated Hire Date: August 17, 2017

Applications and instructions to applicants may be obtained in the Human Resources Department of the Unified Government of Wyandotte County/Kansas City, Kansas, 701 North 7th Street, Rm. 646, Kansas City, Kansas between the hours of 8:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m., Monday through Friday.

Applicants must be a United States citizen; possess a valid driver’s license; good moral character; vision with at least 20/100 correctable to 20/30; and be 19 years of age by date of hire. Incomplete applications will not be accepted.

Applicants applying for Firefighter/EMT must have current certification as a Kansas Emergency Medical Technician (EMT); or currently possess a National Registry Certification. Applicants with the National Registry Certification must complete the conversion process with the Kansas Board of Emergency Medical Services for Certification as a Kansas Emergency Medical Technician within Sixty (60) days of being hired. Failure to possess Kansas EMT Certification by those sixty (60) days will result in immediate termination. The approximate starting salary is $3062.81 per month.

Applicants applying for Firefighter/Paramedic (MICT) must have a current certification as a Kansas Paramedic; or currently possess a National Registry Certification as a Paramedic (EMT-P); or a current Kansas Certified Emergency Medical Technician who is currently enrolled in a Kansas Paramedic program; or a National Registry EMT who is currently registered in a National Registry EMT-P program must provide a letter from school of attendance confirming program enrollment and graduation date. Pending-Paramedic (MICT) applicants must possess their Kansas Paramedic certification within one year from their date of hire; failure to do so will result in immediate termination. Applicants with the National Registry Certification (EMT-P) must complete the conversion process with the Kansas Board of Emergency Medical Services for Kansas Certification within sixty (60) days from the date of hire. Failure to possess Kansas Certification within those sixty (60) days will result in immediate termination. Applicants must have current ACLS Certification. The approximate starting salary is: $3521.66 per month.

Applicants applying for Firefighter EMT or Firefighter Paramedic must return the completed application with all of the following:

  • Official High School Transcript (Sealed Envelope) (ANY AND ALL HIGH SCHOOLS ATTENDED)
  • Official GED displaying scores (Sealed Envelope) (IF APPLICABLE)
  • Official College Transcripts – if applicable (Sealed Envelope) (ANY AND ALL COLLEGES ATTENDED)
  • Birth Certificate (Original State Certified Document) (A COPY IS NOT ACCEPTABLE)
  • Valid Driver’s License
  • Proof of Certification (Must show expiration date)
  • ACLS Certification (Paramedic’s only)
  • DD-214 – Long form which specifies type and reason for discharge (If applicant has prior military service)
  • Pre-Employment Questionnaire**INCOMPLETE APPLICATIONS WILL NOT BE ACCEPTED**
    PLEASE NOTE: YOU MUST PRESENT THE ORIGINAL DOCUMENTS REQUIRED – COPIES WILL NOT BE ACCEPTED. HUMAN RESOURCES WILL COPY DOCUMENTS THAT ARE REQUIRED.Applicants applying for the position of Firefighter EMT or Paramedic will be required to pass a written examination and physical ability examination. Applicants passing both the written and physical agility will proceed to a preliminary interview and background check. Applicants selected for a conditional offer of employment will participate in post offer testing to include a psychological evaluation (which includes a written assessment and Clinical Assessment Interview with department psychologist), CVSA (Computer Voice Stress Analysis) evaluation, and physical and drug screen. Applicant must be a resident of Wyandotte County or willing to relocate within 12 months from date of hire.

EOE

To Obtain An Application: Application packets may be picked up in the Human Resources Department of the Unified Government of Wyandotte County/Kansas City, Kansas, 701 North 7th Street, Room 646, Kansas City, Kansas 66101 between the hours of 8:30 a.m. and 4:00pm Monday thru Friday. Application packets may be requested from Human Resources by phone, email, or by mail at the below address.

ONLINE APPLICATIONS WILL NOT BE ACCEPTED FOR THE FIREFIGHTER/EMT/PARAMEDIC POSITION. THE APPLICATION ON THE UNIFIED GOVERNMENT WEBSITE IS NOT THE CORRECT APPLICATION FOR THIS POSITION.

Completed applications, together with all forms required must be filed with Human Resources no later than 4:00 p.m. on Wednesday, April 5, 2017.

Applicants applying for Firefighter EMT/PARAMEDIC must return the completed application with all of the following: Applicants must submit their application in person with the following original documents:

**INCOMPLETE APPLICATIONS WILL NOT BE ACCEPTED**

  •  Official High School Transcript (Sealed Envelope) (ANY AND ALL HIGH SCHOOLS ATTENDED)
  •  Official GED displaying scores (Sealed Envelope) (IF APPLICABLE)
  •  Official College Transcripts – if applicable (Sealed Envelope) (ANY AND ALL COLLEGESATTENDED)
  •  Birth Certificate (Original State Certified Document) (A COPY IS NOT ACCEPTABLE)
  •  Valid Driver’s License
  •  Proof of Certification (Must show expiration date)
  •  ACLS Certification (Paramedics only)
  •  DD-214 – Long form which specifies type and reason for discharge (if applicant has priormilitary service)
  •  Pre-Employment QuestionnaireOut of Town Applicants: Applicants outside of a 50-mile radius are considered out of town applicants. (This includes Topeka to the West, St. Joseph to the North, Warrensburg to the East, and Paola to the South). Out of town applicants may submit their applications by mail, provided all required documentation is included.Tentative Dates:Written exam: April 12, 2017 Physical Agility: April 26, 2017(This information is provided as a courtesy for the applicant and is not intended to be utilized for any other purposes) EOE

PLEASE NOTE: YOU MUST PRESENT THE ORIGINAL DOCUMENTS REQUIRED – COPIES WILL NOT BE ACCEPTED. HUMAN RESOURCES WILL COPY DOCUMENTS THAT ARE REQUIRED.

  1. Out of Town Applicants: Applicants outside of a 50-mile radius are considered out of town applicants. (This includes Topeka to the West, St. Joseph to the North, Warrensburg to the East, and Paola to the South). Out of town applicants may submit their applications by mail, provided all required documentation is included.Tentative Dates:Written exam: April 12, 2017 Physical Agility: April 26, 2017(This information is provided as a courtesy for the applicant and is not intended to be utilized for any other purposes) EOE

Kansas City, KS Fire Department Disqualifiers

DUI within the last 3 years
Multiple DUI’s
Marijuana use within the last 12 months Illicit drug use within the last 3 years Falsification of documentation
Felony conviction