Become a Firefighter/EMT
About the Job
You can expect to make between $50,000 - $83,671 (depending on experience level).
We offer stipends for Paramedic, College Degree, Driver Pump Operator, Hazardous Materials Technician, and Technical Rescue.
Please reach out to firstname.lastname@example.org to discuss your specific experience levels to determine the most accurate pay rate.
What to Expect
To become a career FF/EMT, you will be tested in several areas prior to being accepted into the recruit school. This process includes an exam which covers reading ability, mathematical reasoning, map reading, writing ability, human relations and reasoning skills. As well as a physical ability test, interviews, and a background check.
A successful candidate must be prepared both mentally and physically.
In addition, applicants must be at least 18 years of age and have a high school diploma, or GED, a valid driver's license for at least two years, and a legal right to work in the US.
No prior fire rescue experience:
Applications will be accepted between August 1 - September 1, recruit school starting in February 2023.
We will train you! We are looking for passionate team players from all backgrounds and experiences. Selected recruits will participate in a 24-week paid school to learn the essential skills and knowledge for the job.
Albemarle County Fire Rescue is a progressive and innovative combination department matching its growth with that of our dynamic and diverse county. Made up of both career and volunteer members, we provide fire, rescue, and emergency medical services for 112,000+ residents over 726 square miles of urban and rural areas from 14 stations equipped with modern equipment, apparatus, and fitness facilities.