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Tri-Lakes Monument, CO Firefighter Application

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Tri-Lakes Monument Fire Protection District, Colorado
The online application and required documents must be submitted to IOS Recruitment no later than 3 PM (MDT) on August 17, 2022.

To view the full job description for entry-level firefighter/EMT click here.

To view the full job description for entry-level firefighter/paramedic click here.

To view full job announcement click here.

To view the 2022 Pay Scale click here.

Minimum Requirements:

  • U.S. citizenship
  • Must be at least 18 years of age at time of application 
  • Possess a valid driver’s license (must obtain CO driver’s license within three (3) months of hire)
  • High school diploma or equivalent (GED or higher education)
  • State of Colorado EMT or National Registry EMT with the ability to obtain State of Colorado EMT
  • IV Certified by completion of probation
  • Current CPR card (American Heart Association Basic Life Support – BLS)
  • Current Candidate Physical Ability Testing (CPAT) certificate dated 8/17/2021 – 8/17/2022 (must also be valid at time of hire)

Optional  Incentive Points:

  • Five (5) preference points may be offered if you have a valid Colorado Paramedic Certification or NREMT- Paramedic Certification with the ability to obtain a States of Colorado Paramedic.
  • Five (5) preference points may be awarded to candidates with a least one (1) year of active military or naval service for the United States with honorable discharge, (or is or has been a member on inactive or reserve duty for at least 1 year. Reserve duty is always in lieu of honorable discharge, not years of active service.)
    • DD-214 (long form, including type of discharge) required as proof

Required documentation (must be submitted by application deadline):

  • Online application  (available after download)
  • Consent and Release Agreement (2 pages) (available after purchase)
  • Cover letter and resume
  • Copy of high school diploma or equivalent
  • Copy of valid driver’s license
  • Copy of birth record as proof of citizenship – can include: U.S. County/State birth certificate, U.S. Passport, Naturalization papers, Social Security Card or Valid Permanent Resident Card (Green Card)
  • Copy of National Registry EMT or Colorado EMT Certification
  • Copy of CPR Certification (must be American Heart Association Basic Life Support – BLS) 
  • Copy of Valid CPAT (must be dated 8/17/2021 – 8/17/2022) 
  • Optional: Copy of Paramedic Certificate or License
  • Optional: Preference Points Form (2 pages)
  • Optional: Copy of all other certifications 

Testing Information:

These dates are tentative and will be confirmed after the closing of the application period:

  • Written Examination: Week of September 19, 2022
  • Oral Boards: Week of October 24, 2022

Virtual Written Examination:

Your written examination will be offered electronically, and you will take the exam in your own home. There will be multiple sessions offered and each will be proctored virtually. All sessions will be offered during business hours the week of September 19, 2022 – it is your responsibility to ensure you have the flexibility to test during these times. On or around Wednesday, September 9, 2022, you will receive an email with instructions on how to schedule and prepare for the exam. Please read through the instructions carefully before your exam date. Failure to follow the steps outlined may cause the electronic exam to not work properly, potentially resulting in your removal from the testing session.

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