FirefighterCleveland

The Cleveland Fire Department provides fire suppression and rescue services. EMS is provided by a municipal third service agency (Cleveland EMS). 

Located on Lake Erie, Cleveland has undergone a renaissance since the early 1990’s and is now a truly cosmopolitan center of commerce, industry, the arts, and of course…sports! 

The City of Cleveland does not accept applications on a continuous basis for the position of Firefighter. 

For more information on Firefighter Civil Service Exam Opportunities, please contact:    http://www.city.cleveland.oh.us/ 

City of Cleveland residency is required within six months of employment. 

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EMS ProfessionalsCleveland

Cleveland’s Emergency Medical Service (EMS) Division was one of the country’s first. Prior to its formation, police cars were used for emergency hospital transportation. A federal grant enabled the City to purchase a dozen ambulances and train 120 Emergency Medical Technicians (EMT’s).

EMS Medic 9 (based out of University Hospitals at that time) responded to its first call at 9:00 am on October 13th, 1975. Cleveland EMS handled over 80,000 emergency calls that year. At that time, a central dispatch center received nationwide 911 calls which were then routed to the appropriate cities.

Advances in medicine, technology, education and training allowed the division to make major improvements. Public awareness grew as people recognized that EMS services were increasing survival rates for the critically sick and injured.

Today, Cleveland EMS is staffed with, on average, 200 professionals who run 15 state-of-the-art advanced life support ambulances handling 85,000 to 95,000 emergency calls annually. The dispatch center is now run locally with certified Emergency Medical Dispatchers trained on a Computer Aided Dispatching system which allows for call prioritizing, pre-arrival instructions, and the tracking of ambulances and support vehicles.

The Division’s emergency medical personnel receive rigorous education, training, and performance evaluations to make certain that Cleveland’s citizens and visitors receive the best pre-hospital medical care in times of need.

For more information, visit:

http://www.city.cleveland.oh.us/CityofCleveland/Home/Government/CityAgencies/PublicSafety/Division%20of%20EMS

 

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Firefighter/ParamedicColumbus

The City of Columbus Division of Fire is divided into five bureaus and employs more than 1,500 sworn and civilian support staff.  

The Columbus Division of Fire operates and maintains: 

*A Paramedic/Engine concept in which a trained, fully equipped paramedic is on every engine company. 
*Full time, accredited Training Academy. 
*Fire Alarm Dispatching Office handling over 138,000 calls a year. *Hazardous Materials Response Team
*The Columbus Fire Department Bomb Squad is the Largest Non Department-of-Defense Bomb Squad in the U.S. 

CDOF has 31 Station Houses throughout the City housing 33 Engines, 15 Ladders, 31 EMS (Advanced Life Support Transport Units) , 5 Heavy Rescues, 8 Rescue Boats. Full range of services including inspection, prevention, investigation and community based programs. 

For more information about the testing/application process, please visithttp://www.csc.cmhmetro.net/ or contact: Columbus Civil Service Commission City of Columbus Job Line: 614/645-7667 

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Firefighter/ParamedicCincinnati

The Cincinnati Division of Fire is one of the outstanding fire departments in the Nation. It has kept abreast of all new techniques in fire fighting, fire control and fire prevention. It operates a complete Training Center, a Fire Prevention Bureau and an Arson Squad. 

It is the Nation’s oldest professional fire department, organized April 1, 1853. Today’s C.F.D. consists of more than 785 uniformed men and women staffing: 26 Engines, 13 Ladder Trucks, 1 Heavy Rescue/Haz-Mat unit, 4 ALS Rescue Units, 6 BLS Ambulances, and other special units. 

The total area protected is 77.2 square miles with 26 miles of riverfront, and a resident population of approximately 350,000. The Cincinnati Fire Recruit examination process consists of multiple phases.  

For the most current information, visit: http://www.cincinnati-oh.gov/cityfire/pages/-6664-/ 

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