ATTENTION
As of May 1, 2018 we will no longer accept cash.  All other forms of payments are still accepted



WYOMING FIREFIGHTER HALL OF FAME

    Policy & Procedure                                                                  Nomination Form                                                                                                                                                  

STATE OF WYOMING FIRE/EMS MEDAL OF VALOR

   Policy & Procedure                                                                    Application Form 
             



   Wyoming Firefighters  

We have added a new page to our website, Firefighter Health & Safety. The Wyoming Firefighter Cancer Coalition has contributed links to information on cancer and cardiovascular disease that firefighters face and methods to help prevent these serious health issues. There is a link to the  Wyoming Presumptive Law so please read through it. There is a forum where you can state your question, add comments and relay information and stories that you might want to share concerning the health and safety of firefighting. Click on the "Firefighter Health & Safety" link above and take a look.


Wyoming (WYFIRS) Package

Complete one report, not two, with this free state-wide
 solution for Wyoming

Click here to explore the "Emergency Reporting Software" now available to all Wyoming Fire departments.



The Wyoming Fire Chief's Association has accepted an award for the 2015 FEMA SAFER Recruitment and Retention Grant! This new opportunity continues programs previously administered to the volunteer fire service such as:

Supplemental Travel Reimbursement for State Approved Training
College Scholarships
Physicals & Immunizations
Officer Development & Leadership Symposium

If your department is interested in participating with the new SAFER grant, your Fire Chief or designee will need to thoroughly review the 2015 WFCA SAFER Grant Application Packet and submit the application and survey contained within. Every participating department must fill out the paperwork regardless of previous participation. Don't hesitate to take advantage of this great tool to provide our State's volunteers with these much needed benefits. Any questions can be directed to the Program Administrator, Gene Diedtrich, of the Wyoming Fire Chiefs Association. You can call (307) 629-1532 or email diedt@vcn.com.

CLICK HERE TO REVIEW PACKET.



 

Wyoming State Fire Marshal’s Office

2018 FALL

ONLINE TRAINING SCHEDULE

 

Firefighter II: October 14, 2018 – November 10, 2018              Jerome King

Fire Officer I: September 2, 2018 – October 13, 2018               Richard Embrey

Fire Officer II: October 14, 2018 – November 17, 2018             Richard Embrey

Fire Instructor I: September 2, 2018 – October 6, 2018             Eric Siwik

Fire Instructor II: October 7, 2018 – October 27, 2018               Dalton Sanders

ADO- Aerial: September 30, 2018 – October 20, 2018              Richard Embrey

Fire Investigator: September 2, 2018 – November 3, 2018        Eric Siwik

For more information please call the instructor listed next to the class at the numbers provided below or to register follow the link provided below.

Richard Embrey- 307-673-0356                         Eric Siwik- 307-857-6820

Jerome King- 307-777-5475                     Dalton Sanders- 307-857-6820

https://www.eventbrite.com/o/wyoming-fire-academy-14219531809



What is New on the Website


We have been working hard to update our site to make it more user friendly and add new features. Here are a few things that have changed so far;
We will continue to work on improving the website and adding new features that we will try to list here so you are made aware of them.



       Around the State  

 

City of Rawlins Fire Department

Engineer

(Salary Range $3397 - $4620 per month)

The City of Rawlins is accepting applications to establish an eligibility list of persons wishing to be considered for an entry-level fire equipment operator position with the Rawlins Fire Department.

The City of Rawlins is a community of 10,000 people located in south central Wyoming on Interstate 80.  Rawlins offers numerous recreational activities, premium hunting, fishing, and camping locations minutes from the city limits.

Description of Work:  Under supervision of the Fire Shift Captain or other assigned supervisor, responds to fire alarms and other emergency calls to protect life and property; drives and operates pumping engines; ladder trucks; tenders; rescue units and similar firefighting equipment.

Essential Duties: Responds to alarms and assists in the suppression of fires in the protection of lives and property, including rescue, entry, ventilation, salvage work and EMS, drives and operates equipment, administers basic life support techniques, responds to Hazardous materials incidents, and numerous other calls for service; participates in training in a number of areas; operates a wide variety of firefighting equipment, and apparatus; while off duty responds to major emergency calls; participates in fire prevention and inspections; station; equipment; and facility maintenance; participates in continuing training and instruction programs by individual study of technical matter and attendance at scheduled drills and classes relating to firefighting techniques, first aid and related subjects. Answers inquiries by the public; conducts station tours; takes special assignments; performs related duties.

Minimum Qualification:  High school diploma, or equivalent, is at least 19 years of age at the time of hiring.  Be able to obtain a Wyoming Commercial Driver’s License within 6 months, and Wyoming Emergency Medical Technician Basic and Wyoming Firefighter I within first year of employment. Residency within the Carbon County is required.

Excellent Benefits: health insurance with dental and optical options, vacation, holiday, and sick leave, 24/48 hour work schedule, State of Wyoming pension.

Applications are available online @ (www.rawlins-wyoming.com/fire/) or may be obtained from the secretary at the Personnel Office at City Hall, 521 W. Cedar, P.O. Box 953, Rawlins, WY 82301, and (307) 328-4500.  Applications must be returned to the Personnel Office no later than September 21st, 2018 Written, physical and oral interview testing will be conducted on October 5th AND 6th, 2018 at the Rawlins Fire Department Training Center located at 501 1/2 E. State Street, Rawlins, Wyoming beginning at 1500 hours on October 5th, 2018.  A list of successful applicants will be considered for employment with the Rawlins Fire Department. Post-offer pre-employment physical and drug test required. The City of Rawlins is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

 



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