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City of Darlington accepting firefighter applications

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DARLINGTON, SC (WMBF) - The City of Darlington is now accepting applications for 2 full-time firefighters.

The positions will consist of working twenty-four hours on and forty-eight hours off schedule.

Duties include but not limited to: Performing fire supression and rescue operations too efficiently and effectively protect the lives and property of those in need of assistance; provides medical assistance at the First Responder level as necessary, and performs related work as required. Cleans and maintains fire/rescue apparatus, equipment, station and grounds; test fire hoses and fire hydrants; maintains emergency response equipment in a constant state of readiness. Attends training, seminars, and meetings to remain knowledgeable of modern fire suppression and prevention methods; maintains required certifications.

You must be 21 years of age, have a high school diploma or GED, valid SC Class E or CDL Driver's License, Firefighter II (S.C. Fire Academy), Medical First Responder, EVDT, Pump Ops, Hazmat Ops.

You must be able to attend monthly training when off duty.

All applications should include a 10-year Driver’s Record and copies of transcripts or certificates.

All candidates must be able to pass a SLED Background Check, a Departmental Physical and Drug Test and a Fit for Duty Skills Evaluation administered by the department.

Applications can be obtained and should be returned no later than 5 pm. Friday August 28, 2015.

City of Darlington Fire Department
301 Orange Street
Darlington SC 29532 
(843)398-4013

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