The LCVFD has an ongoing recruitment of volunteer firefighters and EMTs. We provide all the fire training from the State of Indiana required Mandatory to specialty training. Being a member of the LCVFD does take a time commitment and willingness to work hard. Being a volunteer doesn’t mean you can just show up. Just like a paid firefighter, it requires you to attend mandatory training classes. The State mandatory training class is approximately 80 hours in length. Of those 80 hours, 40 hours is classroom and approximately 40 is hands-on learning. It requires you to pass a state written test and a practical skills test. Once your mandatory is completed, you can start making emergency calls. The LCVFD by-laws state once you become a firefighter, you must complete your Firefighter 1 training within 2 years. We do these classes also! Usually this class is 50 hours of classroom and 75 hours of hand-on learning. This class is where you learn to get dirty and fight fires!
Meetings: We have business meetings on the first Monday of every month at 7pm.
Truck Checks are prior to the monthly meetings
Fire training is on each Monday at 7pm
EMS training is on the last Monday at 7pm
The Cadet/ Junior Firefighter program allows youth to learn the job of being a firefighter. Cadets are required to have parental consent and be between 14-18 years old. Cadets under 16 must have a parent as an active member. They must maintain good grades in school and follow the rules of the cadet program.
Paid Per Call EMT/Paramedic
The LCVFD currently has openings for paid per call EMS personnel. These positions are on call type positions. The LCVFD allows the EMS providers to sign up for weekend call shifts. They are paid $4/hour to be on call and $75/run for BLS transports, (EMT), $100/run for ALS 1 transports (Medic) and $125/run for ALS2 transports. The EMS provider must live within 20 minutes of the Letts station or the transferring hospital. We do backup transfers for DCMH, RMH, MMH and St. Vincent Jennings. Occasionally we do backup transfers for KDH and Fayette Regional. Applications are available from Chief Morrow upon request
Hourly PRN Paramedic
The LCVFD is currently accepting applications for hourly PRN Paramedic pool. The Paramedic MUST be a team player with a positive attitude, meticulous in their work and follow direction. The paramedic will be stationed at the Letts Fire Department, when on duty. They will respond to all Letts Fire dispatches and provide patient care until DCEMS arrives to transport or coordinate with the DCEMS team to provide transportation with the LFD ambulance. The medic will also provide ALS transport for interfacility transfers during their shift. These positions will pay $20.00/hour. Medics should be familiar with LikePak 12 monitors, Zoll Autopulse, Care fusion LTV 1000 vents, EZ IO, Stryker power cots and how to operate 2-way VHF and 800mghz radios.
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