Capt Craig Freeman

Full-Time Firefighter/Paramedic – City of Riverside (OH)

City of Riverside (OH)

Full-Time Firefighter/Paramedic

Salary: $49,561.20 – $64,977.12 annually

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City of Riverside (OH)

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Full-Time Firefighter/Paramedic

The City of Riverside is seeking to establish an eligibility list for the position of full-time firefighter/paramedic. Candidates must submit an employment application, a letter identifying their qualifications, and reason for interest in the position to the attention of Assistant City Manager Chris Lohr no later than Friday, June 15, by 4:00 p.m. If you have any questions, please contact Chris Lohr at 233-1801 ext. 280.    The complete job description can be obtained by contacting the City of Riverside: or

Candidates must also complete the FireTEAM exam through the National Testing Network by June 15, 2018.

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Department Overview:

  • 2 Fire Stations
  • 9 Full-Time Firefighter/Paramedics
  • 3 Lieutenants
  • 3 Battalion Chiefs
  • 2 Engines
  • 2 Medics
  • Service 25,000-plus residents in over 8.5 square miles
  • Approximately 5, 000 calls annually.

Occasionally residents may see another department’s engine or medic in the City because the City of Riverside Fire/EMS Department participates in a mutual-aid agreement with surrounding departments.

Salary Information: $49,561.20 – $64,977.12.  The Firefighter/Paramedic works a 24/48 schedule.

City Information: Riverside, OH/ Montgomery/ Southwest Ohio

Population: 25,000

Current Part-Time Personnel with the City of Riverside who meet the required eligibility requirements as well as veterans will receive 5 added Preference Points to their exam.

Job Information



Job Requirements

Valid OHIO State Driver’s License: Yes

Academy Certification:
Applicants must currently be certified as a State of Ohio EMT-P, a current State of Ohio Level II Firefighter Certification or equivalent, and a Hazardous Material Operations Certificate.

The candidate selected for hire must obtain a State of Ohio Fire Safety Inspector Certification within 12 months of their start date in order to successfully complete their probationary period.

The Firefighter/Paramedic must be willing to work as part of a team and build professional relationships with staff, colleagues, co-workers, elected officials, community leaders, and citizens. This position requires a physically fit professional who has a passion to provide efficient professional Fire/EMS services with outstanding communication and leadership skills.


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