Website City of Lewisville
The selection process for Certified Firefighter/Paramedic consists of several steps and is intended to produce a pool of candidates who are qualified to become Lewisville Firefighters. Upon employment you must be a Texas Commission of Fire Protection Certified Firefighter and a Texas Department of Health certified Paramedic. The City of Lewisville does not fall under State Civil Service Law.
The starting pay for a Certified Firefighter/Paramedic is $62,128.00. The top of range salary for a certified Firefighter/Paramedic is $75,507.00. A full complement of benefits are offered including medical, dental, vision life insurance, retirement (TMRS), employee and dependent sick leave, vacation, longevity pay, and long-term disability insurance. The City of Lewisville does not participate in Social Security. Employees have the option of contributing to a deferred compensation plan with a city match of 3.76%.
Vacancies will be filled immediately based on the eligibility list established through the testing procedures. The eligibility list is good until the list is exhausted. As vacancies occur they will be filled using the established list.
Applications will be accepted online at www.cityoflewisville.com through October 30, 2017. Any questions regarding the application process should be directed to the Lewisville Human Resources Department 972-219-3450.
Once you have submitted your application on-line, upon review, you will receive an email. If selected to take the test, the email will include instructions for scheduling your test, personal history statement, and polygraph statement for you to complete and bring to the test.
You will be required to include your Texas Department of State Health Services Paramedic Certification, as
well as your Texas Commission on Fire Protection Certification.
Personal History Statement (PHS) and the Polygraph Statement MUST be completed and notarized!!
Be at least 18 years of age by the date of the initial interview.
Be Firefighter/Paramedic Certified required
Be a high school graduate or have obtained a G.E.D.
Have no felony convictions, or misdemeanor convictions of such a number that would indicate a habitual law violator.
Be subjected to a search of records to disclose a criminal record.
Possess a valid driver’s license with good driving record as defined by City policy.
Have visual acuity needed to discern traffic signs and house numbers from approximately 50 feet, often in dim light.
Be able to distinguish between the colors red, yellow, and green.
Be able to successfully pass a validated physical ability test.
Be able to pass post-offer physical, psychological, and drug test.
· Must submit to and pass a pre-employment drug test.
· Must possess a valid State of Texas Drivers License Class “C” and good driving record as defined by City policy. Must obtain Class “B” within six months of hire.
· Must be Certified Texas Firefighter/Paramedic
· Must have visual acuity needed to discern traffic signs and house numbers from approximately 50 feet often in dim light.
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