About Everman Fire Department
The Everman Fire Department is staffed 24/7/365 with 1 full time Firefighter/EMT, 1 full time Firefighter/Paramedic and 2 Compensated Volunteer Firefighters. Everman Station 19 houses Medic 19, Engine 19, Tanker 19, Rescue 19 and Brush 19. The city response area is approximately 2 square miles and the population is 7,000 with rapidly increasing daily commuter traffic. Everman Fire Department also responds to Tarrant County ESD 1 service area for Fire and EMS, and surrounding cities mutual aid request. Annual calls for service total 1200 and increasing every year.
Now accepting Applications for Part-time and Full-time Firefighter/EMT/Paramedic
Everman Fire Department is also actively recruiting to generate a Candidate list for unforeseen vacancies within the Full time and Part Time Firefighter/EMT and Firefighter/Paramedic positions. Applicants must be currently certified or certifiable as a TCFP Firefighter Basic and TDSHS EMT-Basic or higher at time of application. We offer Competitive Salary, Longevity Pay, TMRS Retirement, Paid Leave, 100% paid Medical/Dental/Vision for employee.
The Everman Fire Department is now seeking recruits for both Compensated and Non-Compensated (Volunteer) Firefighter positions D.O.Q. Firefighters that meet our minimum requirements can earn compensation for each 12-hour shift worked! No Experience or Certifications required to apply. We offer in-house training for NFPA 1001 Firefighter 1 & 2, HazMat Operations & Awareness. With the completion of our fast track 16-week SFFMA Approved Recruit Academy, you will gain the SFFMA certifications required to challenge the TCFP Firefighter Basic Exam! Classes meet 1-2 days weekly. Additionally, we can assist you in obtaining your CPR/BLS provider and Texas Emergency Medical Responder certification. All personnel must complete the following within 6 months:
– 70 Hour NFPA 1403 Live Fire Certification
· CPR Certification
· ICS 100, 200, 700, 800
· Courage to Be Safe AND Highway Traffic Incident Safety
All applicants must be 18 or older, have High School Diploma or equivalent, Valid Texas Driver License, clear a background check, complete Oral Board and Chief interviews, and complete a medical/physical exam and drug screen and be in good physical condition! Firefighting is a physically demanding profession! Additional personnel requirements upon appointment to a position.
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Uniform Fire Code 505.1:
Requires all houses and businesses to have the address clearly marked and visible
from the street or road fronting the property. Numbers shall be a minimum of 4″ high,
with a minimum width of 1/2″.
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