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Become a Part of the St. James Fire and Rescue Team

The St. James Fire Department is constantly recruiting and training new Firefighters, EMTs, and Fire Police. With the opening of a second station in the northwest corner of the town, there is a special need for residents in the Seaside, Woodlands and Reserve areas to volunteer. Plans currently call for a fire truck and eventually an ambulance to be housed at "Station II".   

 

Training

The training you receive in order to perform in any of these positions will give you the knowledge and skill to perform and practice them with the utmost of confidence.  You will be trained to the degree you will be able to perform safely and professionally.

 

Benefits

As a member of the St. James Fire Department and Emergency Medical Service, you will be able to:

  • Support community fire and medical emergency needs.

  • Improve your self-esteem knowing you are helping to protect your community.

  • Build a sense of camaraderie with your fellow SJFD and EMS members.

  • Feel confident you can help yourself and others in emergency situations.

  • Improve and refine skills in training exercises.
     

If you're interested, please contact Chief John Dahill at 910-253-9990.

Click a link below to complete the application online or download and email it to SJFD@atmc.net or mail it to

SJFD, 3628 St. James Drive, St. James, NC 28461.

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Whatever your interests and skills, the SJFD has a place for you.

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Fire Fighter

Three months of hands-on training followed by twice-per-week drills. Responds to all fire calls.

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Fire Police

Two days of initial basic training plus occasional meetings for specialized instruction. Responds to all fire and medical emergency calls plus duty at special events.

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EMS

Emergency Medical Technician (Basic) and Emergency Medical Technician (Intermediate) require extensive and in-depth training and proficiency demonstrations.