- 9199 113th St, Seminole, FL 33772, USA
The City of Seminole Fire Rescue Department is seeking qualified candidates for the position of Firefighter/Paramedic working 24/48 hour shift work. The successful candidate will perform emergency medical and firefighting work in the treatment of the injured or sick--combating, extinguishing, preventing fires, operating Department apparatus, and equipment.
Work must be performed in a proficient manner in accordance with explicit adherence to established practices within County medical protocol and well-defined administrative procedures; however, the incumbent must exercise considerable technical judgment and initiative in meeting a wide variety of emergencies.
Applications will be accepted for Florida State certified paramedics willing to attend Fire Academy, or for Florida State Firefighter/EMTs currently enrolled in Paramedic School with an anticipated graduation date of 7/31/2020.
The starting salary is $48,500.00/year and a competitive benefits package is provided.
Veterans Preference, EOE, DFWP.
Open until filled
Minimum Qualifications for position:
Valid Florida Paramedic Certification or currently enrolled in a Paramedic program with anticipated graduation prior to July 31, 2020 , a valid CPAT (Candidate Physical Ability Test) or ability to obtain prior to time of hire, and State of Florida Firefighter II Minimum Standards Compliance Certification, or willingness to attend Florida Fire certification program. Pinellas County paramedic certification preferred. Applicant must also be AHA Basic Life Support certified, ACLS & PHTLS certified, or possess the ability to obtain certification within six (6) months of hire.
Minimum Florida Class E driver’s license is required at time of hire; high school diploma/equivalent also required. Compliance with Florida Statute 633.34 is required including no tobacco product usage for a period of twelve months (12) months preceding employment, and be non-smoking/non-tobacco user throughout employment.
Tattoos are permitted subject to the conditions outlined in Department Directive 14-002. An extensive background investigation will be conducted.
DWFP, VP, EEO