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Monday, March 21, 2016

Community Volunteer: Orange County Fire Authority Hiring Reserve Firefighters #CAFire


The Orange County Fire Authority’s Reserve Program is a community-based program. This program gives members of the community the opportunity to augment full-time career Firefighters with the delivery of emergency fire and rescue services and public relations and education to the community.

Reserve Firefighters volunteer their time to the community solely based on civic and humanitarian reasons. Reserve Firefighters receive a nominal stipend and limited benefits for their voluntary participation in this program. The Reserve Firefighter Program is managed through the Community Volunteer Services Office. 
• Must be at least 18 years of age at time of application submittal
• Must possess a valid California Driver License
• Must live within 10 minutes of a Reserve Fire Station or within 45 minutes of a Reserve Fire Crew Station (Fire Station 18 or 41)
• Must be able to obtain an Emergency Medical Technician License within 18 months of Academy graduation
• Must be able to pass a background check
• Must be of good health and pass OCFA’s physical requirements

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