Weatherford Fire Department Application Deadline

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Weatherford Fire Department Application Deadline

May 11, 2018

REGISTRATION PERIOD
The selection process begins with a registration period. Interested candidates who currently meet the minimum age, education and certification requirements must submit a résumé to serve
as their “registration.” Additionally, applicants should review the criminal history, motor vehicle review, and medical/physical requirement to ensure that they qualify as an eligible candidate for
employment.
 The registration period closes at midnight on May 11, 2018.
 Candidate must submit a résumé to abush@weatherfordtx.gov to register for the exam.
 Candidates approved to take the written exam will receive an emailed invite with further details.

 Citizen of the United States
 High School diploma or equivalent
 Eighteen years of age or older
 Certified Firefighter with the Texas Commission on Fire Protection (TCFP)
o Individuals currently enrolled in a TCFP approved basic structural fire academy will be allowed to test.
o Individuals holding IFSAC or ProBoard certifications that will allow for reciprocity with TCFP will be allowed to test. Click the following link for specifics on reciprocity:
 EMT-B, EMT-I, or Paramedic by the Texas Department of State Health Services (DSHS)
o Individuals currently enrolled in a DSHS approved EMT course will be allowed to test.
o Individuals holding a National Registry certification that will allow for reciprocity with DSHS will be allowed to test. Click the following link for specifics on reciprocity:
http://dshs.texas.gov/emstraumasystems/stdrecip.shtm
 Class C Driver’s License, must obtain Class B License within 12 months of employment

 

CRIMINAL HISTORY AND MOTOR VEHICLE REVIEW REQUIREMENTS:
Comprehensive background investigations are conducted to establish evidence of good moral
character, well-adjusted personality and a pattern of conduct and behaviors acceptable to the
Weatherford Fire Department. Specifically:
 Must not have charges pending, have admitted guilt or been found guilty, including
Deferred Adjudication, of committing a Felony or Class A Misdemeanor.
 Must not have any Class B Misdemeanor convictions within the last seven years. This
includes DWIs, DUIs and DUIDs.
 Must not have any convictions for family violence offenses.
 Must have a good driving record – disqualifiers include:
o Three or more moving violation convictions in two years,
o Two or more at fault motor vehicle accidents in a three-year period.

Details

Date:
May 11, 2018

Venue

Weatherford Fire Department
122 S Alamo St.
Weatherford, TX 76086 United States
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Phone:
817-598-4280
Website:
http://www.weatherfordtx.gov/24/Fire-Department