Welcome to Jackson County Fire District 4 Emergency Response Volunteer Program
At Jackson County Fire District 4, we believe in community, dedication, and service. Our Emergency Response Volunteer Program offers a unique opportunity to serve our community while being part of a dedicated team committed to safety, preparedness, and excellence in emergency response.
Jackson County Fire District 4 is a vital part of our community's safety network, ensuring the protection and well-being of our residents and properties. With a proud history of service, we are committed to providing the highest level of emergency response and support.
Emergency Response Volunteer Program
Our Emergency Response Volunteer Program offers an excellent opportunity to make a meaningful impact in your community. We welcome individuals who are passionate about helping others and are committed to excellence in service. Emergency response volunteers can be firefighters, emergency medical services responders, water tender operators, or any combination of the above. As a response volunteer with us, you'll receive:
- Training: Comprehensive training programs designed to equip you with the necessary skills and knowledge to respond effectively to emergencies. From firefighting techniques to medical response, our training ensures you're prepared for any situation.
- Uniform & Protective Equipment: We provide all necessary uniforms and protective gear at no cost to our volunteers, ensuring your safety and preparedness while on duty.
- Community Engagement: Engage with your community in a meaningful way by serving as a crucial link in emergency response. You'll work alongside experienced professionals and fellow dedicated volunteers, fostering a sense of camaraderie and purpose.
Volunteers are required to dedicate a minimum of 24 hours per month to the program. This commitment ensures readiness and allows us to maintain a high level of service to our community.
If you're ready to make a difference, join the Jackson County Fire District 4 Volunteer Firefighter Program. Whether you're looking to start a career in firefighting or simply want to give back to your community, we welcome your dedication and enthusiasm.
To apply or learn more about becoming a volunteer firefighter fill out the information request below or contact Captian Elder. Join us in making a positive impact and serving our community with pride.
Thank you for considering the Jackson County Fire District 4 Volunteer Firefighter Program. Your commitment to service is invaluable, and together, we can ensure the safety and well-being of our community.