LEBANON FIRE DISTRICT
1050 WEST OAK STREET
LEBANON, OREGON 97355
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Updated: May 20, 2021
Job Classification: Single Role Medic
Lebanon Fire District is establishing a hiring list for Single Role-Paramedic and EMT. All testing must be completed by July 15, 2021 at 4:00 pm PST.
To apply, see the complete application instructions found in the application packet at https://www.lebanonfire.org/sites/default/files/fileattachments/lebanon_fire_district/page/1032/single_role_medic_hiring_lists_announcement_packet.pdf
Candidates must have a valid FireTEAM test obtained within one year of the closing date of July 15, 2021 4:00pm.
The Lebanon Fire District requires the candidate PHQ. You can access the questionnaire through your candidate account. The PHQ should be completed by the closing date to be considered further in the process.
$2788 - $4100 Single Role EMT through Intermediate level$3716 - $4826 Single Role Paramedic
Benefit Information: Health, dental and vision (currently 95% employer paid) Employer paid Oregon PERS retirement, Education and Longevity incentives, vacation and sick leave, VEBA, and employee deduction plans (Deferred Compensation and FSA)
Contact Information:John TacyDivision Chief of Operationsjtacy@lebanonfire.com
Department Information: The Lebanon Fire District is a combination career and volunteer fire district. We provide 134 square miles of fire protection and 416 square miles of EMS protection in and around the Lebanon area and the Mid-Willamette Valley of Oregon. We operate out of five stations, two of which are staffed 24/7, and three additional volunteer stations. The Fire District population is 29,000 and the Ambulance Service Area population is 38,000. We are a family oriented department currently employing 43 career personnel and approximately 70 volunteers. In 2019 we ran 6,363 calls for service.
Area Information: The City of Lebanon is known as "The City that Friendliness Built." Also known for the annual Strawberry Festival, and "the world's largest Strawberry Shortcake", Lebanon citizens have a strong sense of community involvement and pride in their city.
We are centrally located in the beautiful Willamette Valley, which allows short travel times to the Oregon Coast, Oregon Wine Country, or Central Oregon. Just 30 minutes east, you can enjoy recreating at Foster or Green Peter Lakes or hiking many of the trails through the beautiful Cascade Mountains. If you enjoy the slopes, Hoodoo and Mt. Bachelor are in close proximity. Oregon State University is located within 30 minutes. From fishing, to camping, to county fairs, you'll find a variety of recreational activities within Linn County.
Population: Fire District population of 29,000; Ambulance Service Area population of 38,000.
Age: 18 years old
US Citizen: Lawfully work in US
High School Grad/GED: Yes
Valid OREGON State Driver's License: Obtain Valid Oregon Driver license by date of hire
Ability to Read/Speak English: Yes
Vision: Specific vision abilities required by this job include close, distance, color and peripheral vision; depth perception; and the ability to adjust focus.
Academy Certification: NFPA Driver certification or equivalent. NFPA First Responder Operations or Hazardous Materials Awareness and Operations certification or equivalent. Must have Oregon Paramedic license by date of hire. Preference will be given to Veterans, current employees, and current LFD Volunteers.
Qualifications & Skills: The Single Role Medic is a class found in the Fire District, responsible for responding to emergency and non-emergency medical responses including Basic Life Support (BLS), Advanced Life Support (ALS) and medical transports and performs other related Fire District activities in the community as required. Typical examples of work include responding to medical emergencies, medical facility patient transfers, motor vehicle collisions, and other requests for medical assistance. Provides emergency medical care at the level authorized in the Linn/Benton County Clinical Guidelines, completing pre-hospital care reports, and other forms as required. Maintains vehicles and EMS equipment, maintains education requirements necessary for State of Oregon Paramedic and/or EMT license.
Felony, Criminal Activity Disqualifiers
Desired: Associates degree in Emergency Services.