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FirefighterGoshen, INN/AJul 31, 2015
Firefighter/EMT (Paramedic Strongly Preferred)Houston, TX$53,150 EMT-P; $48,318 EMT-I; $46,017 EMT-BFeb 13, 2015
Entry Level FirefighterJacksonville, AR$34160/yrApr 17, 2015
Firefighter- Paramedic - Opens Feb 2Fremont, CA$81,633.00 - $106,473.00 AnnuallyFeb 27, 2015
Firefighter- Fire & EMSColumbus, GA$30,139.97 - $45,861.54 Annually Jul 8, 2015
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