1/3/2018 - Clark County Fire Department Rural Division Is Seeking Volunteer Firefighters


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  • Phone: (702) 455-7311
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​​​The Clark County Fire Department is accepting applications online to identify men and women who are interested in serving as volunteer firefighters to respond to the rural communities of Clark County. 

To apply you must be a high school graduate or have a General Education Diploma (GED) and possess a valid Class C Nevada driver's license. You may apply online​ for a volunteer firefighter position. Other minimum requirements include: 

Certifications

  • CPR
  • AED
  • EMT (Basic, Advanced, Paramedic)

Desirable Licenses/Certifications

  • Nevada Class B with F endorsement driver's license
  • Firefighter 1 (IFSAC)
  • Hazardous Materials Awareness (IFSAC)
  • Hazardous Materials Operations (IFSAC)

Pre-Volunteer Acceptance Testing

  • Must successfully pass an oral interview
  • Must successfully pass a background investigation
  • Must successfully pass a physical examination

In addition to the above requirements you must also be able to commit to 24 hours of volunteer service a month for a minimum of two (2) years.

Clark County occupies an area of 8,012 square miles and has the largest paid fire department (30 stations) and the largest Volunteer force (13 stations).  The Clark County volunteer firefighters responded to 1,863 incidents in 2016.  Because of the growing responses by the Rural Division, the Clark County Fire Department is reaching out to Clark County residents to become Volunteer firefighters and/or Emergency Medical Services personnel.

In addition to the above requirements you must also be able to commit to 24 hours of volunteer service a month for a minimum of two (2) years. ​

 


Last modified on 11/7/2018 14:02