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We appreciate your interest in the Southern Marin Fire Protection District.
As a Firefighter or Paramedic for the Southern Marin Fire Protection District, you will embark on a physically challenging, exciting and rewarding career. We are seeking highly motivated individuals who are dedicated to community service, have an aptitude for the diverse work performed in the fire service, and who demonstrate the qualities expected of today's fire service professionals.
Examples of Duties
Responds to and performs skilled tasks at the scene of incidents involving illness, injury, fires, rescues, environmental hazards, hazardous materials, vehicle accidents and other situations which may involve threat to life or property; inspects, drives, operates and performs maintenance of vehicles and other fire equipment; conduct business and residential inspections, performs public safety training and education; maintains fire stations; participates in training programs; other related duties as assigned.
- Must be a minimum 18 years of age at time of application
- High school diploma or GED certificate
- Must have a valid Class C driver's license at time of employment (please send copy)
- State Firefighter I Certificate (Academy not sufficient) (please send copy)
- Firefighter/EMT applicants must have current EMT certification (please send copy)
- Firefighter/Paramedic applicants must have current California State Paramedic license and
Marin County paramedic accreditation at the time of employment (please send copy)
- Current CPAT (within one year or at time of appointment for lateral) (please send copy if entry level)
Salary and Benefits
Salary negotiable for lateral transfers
Up to 10.5% of monthly salary based on education.
Southern Marin participates in the Marin County Employees' Retirement System (MCERA)
Comprehensive medical, dental, vision, life, LTD, and LTC insurance.
Vacation Leave ranges from 7 to 13 shifts per year based on years of service.
Sick Leave is 6 shifts per year.
Deferred Compensation Plan
The District participates in a 457 deferred compensation plan and contributes an amount equal to 5% of the employee’s salary.
Memorandum of Understanding
The benefits described above are provided as a general overview of the Memorandum of Understanding. For full details, potential employees should review the District's memorandum of understanding. The present memorandum of understanding expires June 30, 2018.
Current Memorandum of Understanding (MOU)
2018.2019 Firefighter MOU.pdf (click to view)