Firefighter And ParamedicPhiladelphia

The Philadelphia Fire Department has been serving Philadelphia for nearly 265 years. The organized volunteer firefighting service was launched on December 7, 1736, and served the community with unsung acts of bravery for nearly 135 years. In the late 1860’s, city officials spoke of transforming this volunteer service into a professional fire department to meet the demands of the City’s growth. In December 1870, a council meeting was held and an ordinance was issued to create a professional fire department – and the Philadelphia Fire Department was born.  

The legacy of our early beginnings has made us heir to a lasting public image – an image that is protected and refined by the dedicated men and women of the Philadelphia Fire Department. In 2009, PFD responded to over 85,000 calls for fire, rescue, and EMS assistance.   

For hiring information, please visit:http://www.phila.gov/personnel/announce/index.html  

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FirefighterPittsburgh

The Pittsburgh Bureau of Fire develops, implements, and administers public safety programs in areas of fire suppression, first responder emergency medical care, fire prevention, hazardous materials code enforcement, fire and arson investigation, and public education. 

If you are currently a City of Pittsburgh resident and would like to be notified the next time that we recruit for Firefighter Recruit, please complete a request for recruitment notification form. Please note that recruitment notification requests from individuals who are not current City of Pittsburgh residents will not be processed. 

Visit: http://www.pittsburgh.pa.gov

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FirefighterHarrisburg

The Harrisburg Bureau of Fire exists to serve the City of Harrisburg, and when needed, the greater Harrisburg metropolitan area by providing effective fire suppression, emergency medical services, tactical rescue, Urban Search and Rescue, water rescue, hazardous materials response, fire prevention, fire codes enforcement, and public safety education. 

The Bureau of Fire is a team of highly motivated diverse individuals dedicated in common to public interaction and providing efficient services. This involves the use of modern fire and rescue equipment, integrated up-to-date training and safety techniques, computer technology, and cooperation with surrounding fire, rescue and EMS agencies to provide the best service available by making public safety and protection our perpetual primary priority. 

For recruitment information, visit: www.harrisburgpa.gov 

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ParamedicPittsburgh

Pittsburgh EMS is dedicated to bringing compassionate, life-saving medical care to the streets, homes and workplaces — to the very hearts of our residents and visitors — thus making Pittsburgh a safer and healthier place to live. 

Pittsburgh EMS is recognized across the world as a leader in the provision of pre-hospital care. Amongst our honors, Pennsylvania’s Governor symbolically signed the State’s EMS Act of 1985 in one of our stations, and in 2000 we were awarded Pennsylvania’s Ambulance Service of the Year. No honor is more significant, however, than the sincere words of thanks and praise we receive from our patients for helping in their time of need. 

With over 200 Paramedics and Emergency Medical Technicians, responding over 55,000 times each year, Pittsburgh EMS provides a wide-range of services including Advanced Life Support pre-hospital care, medically directed Rescue from accidents and entrapment, River Rescue, community education in CPR/AED, and more. 

For career opportunities with Pittsburgh EMS, please visit:www.city.pittsburgh.pa.us/ems/ 

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