GENOA TOWNSHIP FIRE DEPARTMENT
7049 BIG WALNUT ROAD
GALENA, OHIO 43021
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Updated: January 06, 2021
Job Classification: Firefighter/Paramedic - Entry Level
The Genoa Township Fire Department is currently building an ongoing eligibility list for future positions for Entry Level Firefighter/Paramedics.
The Genoa Township Fire Department requires FireTEAM testing and the candidate PHQ to be completed. You can access the questionnaire through your candidate account. The PHQ must be completed to be considered further in the process.
Contact Information:Joe PonziFire Chief614email@example.com
Genoa Township Fire Department, a suburban full service career department consisting of 30 full time firefighters, 5 part-time firefighters, 1 Fire Prevention officer and 2 administrative staff personnel serves a population of over 25,000 in a 21.5 square mile area consisting of primarily upscale residential homes and the majority of Hoover Reservoir, a 3,272 acre water source for the greater Columbus, Ohio area.
Genoa Township Fire Department provides fire suppression, fire prevention, public education, advanced life support including transport, and technical rescue disciplines including a 24/7 ice/water dive rescue team servicing Delaware County and surrounding areas.
We are seeking highly motivated self-starters that enjoy being public servants.
Compensation: $74,000.00 - $94,000.00 per year
US Citizen: Yes
High School Grad/GED: Yes
Valid OHIO State Driver's License: Yes
Ability to Read/Speak English: Yes
Vision: Must pass a NFPA 1582 physical, including stress test and Ohio Police and Fire Pension Physical
Academy Certification: Ohio Firefighter Level 2
Specific Disqualifiers/Behaviors: Felony, Criminal Activity Disqualifiers: Felony Conviction
Driving Disqualifiers: Yes, greater than 8 points on driving record at time of hire.
Job Description: Firefighter/Paramedic
GENERAL STATEMENT OF DUTIES:
A Firefighter/Paramedic performs emergency work in the protection of life and property. A Firefighter/Paramedic is responsible for the rapid and efficient performance of specialized duties under emergency conditions which may involve personal hazards. A major portion of the Firefighter/Paramedic’s time is spent in preparing to combat fires, medical emergencies, hazardous materials incidents, technical rescue emergencies, and others as the needs arise. A Firefighter/Paramedic also performs routine work in the maintenance of fire station property and equipment. A Firefighter/Paramedic is subject to call-in at any time in the event of emergency.
Applicants must pass each phase of the testing and selection process in order to be considered eligible for appointment. Failure of any phase will result in disqualification from further testing and consideration.