Firefighter/Paramedic: Sheboygan Wisconsin Deadline: December 31, 2019

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Firefighter/Paramedic

Deadline: December 31, 2019

Salary: $48,751.56 Annually

Job Description:

Summary of Job

Under supervision and as part of a team, this position is responsible for saving lives and property by suppressing fires, mitigating hazardous materials incidents, providing emergency medical care and transportation to the sick and injured, educating the public with regard to safety as well as providing various rescue services. This position is responsible for rapidly and efficiently performing various duties under emergency conditions, frequently involving considerable hazard.  Persons holding this position must carry out the specific orders and directions of superior officers in firefighting, training, cleaning and   maintenance duties as well as in the delivery of emergency medical care. Considerable independence of judgment and action is also necessary in circumstances of extreme urgency where referral to a superior for instruction is not practicable.

Responsibilities

*As a member of a team, responds to fire, emergency medical, rescue and hazardous materials incidents.

*Works in hazardous environments while performing various tasks and while wearing a closed circuit, self-contained breathing apparatus as well as other protective equipment necessary for safe operations.

*Operates as a member of a team and utilizes the necessary tools in areas of specialty rescue, including, but not limited to, rope rescue, confined space rescue, trench rescue and water/ice rescue.

*Performs general tasks related to fire suppression such as operating portable fire extinguishers, advancing, connecting, and handling fire supply hose lines, deploying salvage covers, ventilating buildings and operating various firefighting appliances.

*Performs examination of patients at the appropriate level of licensure to determine primary and secondary medical problems by using questioning, physical examination and use of diagnostic equipment.

*Drives, operates and assists in maintaining the fire apparatus, equipment and facilities of the department.

*Administers medications and medical interventions according to established protocols.

*Communicates accurately with emergency room staff regarding reports of patient’s history, physical condition and treatment both in person and via phone or radio system.

*Attends and participates in training programs delivered or sponsored by the department in areas deemed related to the job.

*Functions under an organized plan of medical control protocols and operating guidelines.

*Supervises other firefighters when qualified and acting as Lieutenant or other supervisory position in their absence.

*When qualified, assists with training of other department members in emergency medical care.

*Acts as paramedic preceptor while working with paramedic students from outside educational institutions.

*Performs inspections of businesses and other occupancies for fire and life safety as well as code compliance.

*Delivers public education programs on safety, medical, and fire prevention to members of the community.

Completes reports related to fire and medical response according to accepted industry best practices and the policies and procedures of the department.

Performs other related work as required.

 

*Essential Functions

 

Qualifications & Education

Minimum Requirements must be met at time of hire:

  • Minimum age:18 years old
  • High School diploma/GED
  • Firefighter I & II
  • EMT:Paramedic certificate licensed to practice in the state of Wisconsin
  • NIMS 100 & 200
  • Current CPAT certificate (Obtained less than 1 year from the time of application)
  • Valid Wisconsin Drivers License

Other Qualifications Required

  • Working knowledge of the operation of all apparatus and equipment as well as methods   used in fire prevention, fire suppression and rescue operations.
  • Considerable knowledge of pre-hospital emergency medical care.
  • Working  knowledge of rules and regulations of the Fire Department.
  • Working knowledge of the maintenance of equipment and buildings.
  • Working knowledge of building materials, building construction, and anticipated collapse patterns.
  • Working knowledge of water systems and water mains.
  • Ability to react quickly and remain calm under duress and strain.
  • Ability to understand and follow oral and written instructions.
  • Ability  to  learn new firefighting methods rapidly as new industrial and building materials are introduced.
  • Skill in the operation of all firefighting and rescue equipment including motor vehicles.
  • Working knowledge of hydraulics and ability to produce effective fire streams.
  • Interest and willingness to assist in community efforts.
  • Ability to communicate effectively both verbally and in writing.
  • General computer aptitude for report writing, training and internal communications.
  • Ability to keep accurate records and make out reports.
  • Will complete and maintain appropriate minimum certifications and licensure necessary for the assigned position.

 

Job Knowledge and Skills

*As a member of a team, responds to fire, emergency medical, rescue and hazardous materials incidents.

*Works in hazardous environments while performing various tasks and while wearing a closed circuit, self-contained breathing apparatus as well as other protective equipment necessary for safe operations.

*Operates as a member of a team and utilizes the necessary tools in areas of specialty rescue, including, but not limited to, rope rescue, confined space rescue, trench rescue and water/ice rescue.

*Performs general tasks related to fire suppression such as operating portable fire extinguishers, advancing, connecting, and handling fire supply hose lines, deploying salvage covers, ventilating buildings and operating various firefighting appliances.

*Performs examination of patients at the appropriate level of licensure to determine primary and secondary medical problems by using questioning, physical examination and use of diagnostic equipment.

*Drives, operates and assists in maintaining the fire apparatus, equipment and facilities of the department.

*Administers medications and medical interventions according to established protocols.

*Communicates accurately with emergency room staff regarding reports of patient’s history, physical condition and treatment both in person and via phone or radio system.

*Attends and participates in training programs delivered or sponsored by the department in areas deemed related to the job.

*Functions under an organized plan of medical control protocols and operating guidelines.

*Supervises other firefighters when qualified and acting as Lieutenant or other supervisory position in their absence.

*When qualified, assists with training of other department members in emergency medical care.

*Acts as paramedic preceptor while working with paramedic students from outside educational institutions.

*Performs inspections of businesses and other occupancies for fire and life safety as well as code compliance.

*Delivers public education programs on safety, medical, and fire prevention to members of the community.

Completes reports related to fire and medical response according to accepted industry best practices and the policies and procedures of the department.

Performs other related work as required.

*Essential Functions

 

How to Apply: The full job description and application can be found HERE.

 

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