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Firefighter- Paramedic - Opens Feb 2Fremont, CA$81,633.00 - $106,473.00 AnnuallyFeb 27, 2015
Entry Level Firefighter Recruitment - Opens 1/5/2014Tacoma, WAN/AFeb 6, 2015
On-Call FirefighterCadillac, MI$12.50Feb 8, 2015
FIREFIGHTER/EMTLaguna, NM$19,698 $33,197 LicensedFeb 4, 2015
Paramedic ILouisville, KY$16.87/HourMar 18, 2015
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Becoming a Paramedic Part 1:
Many Fire Departments require that you have a paramedic license before you can even apply to be a Firefighter. Getting licensed as a paramedic will boost your chances of being hired in most departments.

Becoming a licensed paramedic is not an easy task. The requirements are very difficult. As a Paramedic, you will be licensed at the highest level of EMT (Emergency Medical Technician). You will be trained and certified to perform advanced life support (ALS). You will be performing a... [read more]

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