Fire Fighter

  • City of Taylor, MI
  • Taylor, Michigan
  • Jan 15, 2019
Full Time Fire and EMS Public Safety
  • Salary: $41,000.00 - $50,400.00 Salary/year

Job Description

The City of Taylor is accepting applications for qualified candidates to fill open (non-grant) positions . The Taylor Fire Department provides fire suppression services, paramedic level emergency medical care, fire prevention, public education, fire investigation, emergency management and hazardous material/rescue operations to our citizens including handling their own emergency dispatch. The department is also part of three specialized teams with Downriver and Western Wayne HazMat and USAR. Potential growth opportunities projected within the next five to ten years.

Qualifications

Minimum qualifications for hire are as follows:
  • Pass the written and oral test
  • Pass background investigation with no criminal record history
  • Paramedic Certification
  • CPAT Certificate
  • Possess valid motor vehicle license at time of hire and throughout employment
  • High School Diploma or GED
  • Must be 18 years of age
  • Michigan State Certified Fire Fighter I & II obtained within one year probationary period

A competitive wage and benefit package is offered.

Completed applications must be submitted no later than February 22, 2019.

HOW TO APPLY:

Complete an online application at www.cityoftaylor.com/jobs . Your application will be reviewed to determine if you meet the minimum qualifications. Candidates who meet the minimum qualifications will be contacted regarding the next steps in the application process.

The City of Taylor is an equal opportunity employer and complies with all laws prohibiting discrimination on the basis of such factors as race, color, age, sex, national origin, religion, citizenship, handicap, height, weight and marital status. Under the State Persons With Disabilities Act and the Federal Americans With Disabilities Act, an employer has a legal obligation to accommodate an employee's or job applicant's disability unless the accommodation would impose an undue hardship on the employer. A person with a disability may allege a violation against an employer regarding a failure to accommodate his or her condition under Michigan law only if the person notifies the employer in writing of the need for accommodation within 182 days after the date the person knew or reasonably should have known that an accommodation was needed.