Volunteer EMT and/or Firefighter/EMTs

The City of Oxford is seeking dedicated individuals who live within five (5) minutes of the Central Fire Station (West Spring & South Elm), who would be interested in becoming Volunteer EMT’s or Firefighter/EMTs. This commitment would require 140 hours of training for EMT, and an additional 42 hours to become a Volunteer firefighter/EMT, as well as attending weekly training meetings and keeping up with State CEU requirements. Successful applicants must be a High School graduate; not less than 18 years of age, possession of a valid state driver’s license; possess State of Ohio Emergency Medical Technician Basic certification and State of Ohio Volunteer Firefighter Certification if applying for Firefighter/EMT or ability to obtain. Volunteers will be compensated $12.00 per call (rate varies according to certification). It is recommended you read this page before applying.

A copy of the application and job description are available online as well as the Municipal Building, or you may send a self-addressed, stamped envelope to: Human Resources Department, Municipal Building, 15 South College Avenue, Oxford, Ohio 45056-1887. Please mark your submission “EMT” or “Firefighter/EMT.” Submit your résumé, salary history and 3 business references to:

Human Resources Department/EMT or Firefighter/EMT
City of Oxford
15 South College Avenue
Oxford, Ohio 45056

Contact Human Resources Manager Kim Newton for more information.

The City of Oxford is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

$12.00 per call (rate varies according to certification)
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