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Volunteer Application - Clark County Fire Department

Thank you for your interest in volunteering at Clark County Fire Department.

Clark County Fire Department requires all volunter firefighters to be 21 years or older, have a current EMT certificaiton, CPR, High school diploma or GED and able to commit to volunteering a minimum of 24 hrs a month.

If you do not meet these requirements, please don't let this discourage your interest in becoming a volunteer firefighter. We hope you consider acquiring any missing requirements and return to apply as a volunteer firefighter.

Volunteer staffing needs vary from fire station to fire station. While we enable you to submit a volunteer application to a specific fire station(s), actual volunteer assignments will be determined based on current staffing needs.

Firefighting is not an easy job. As firefighters, we share the responsibility to keep the community safe 24/7. With this responsibility comes a great deal of satisfaction in being there for your fellow community members when they need help, the camaraderie you build working on a fire crew and by making new friends in the community.

If you're ready to become a volunteer firefighter, simply fill out the application below and the Nevada Fire Chiefs Association will forward your information to the Fire Department for consideration.

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Most firefighting jobs are highly competitive & require a strong resume. Volunteers gain experience & training that strengthens a resume.
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FIRE DEPARTMENTS:
Volunteer Tips

Learn about how you can use the state-wide volunteer firefighter application to get more volunteer firefighter applications.

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Fire Chiefs, get more applicants by posting jobs on NFCA's website. NFCA advertises on Google to promote NV fire jobs.

Sponsors:

Sponsorship starts at $500/year. Sponsors get space on the Nevada Fire Chiefs website and most email corrospondance. Contact ken@nvfirechf.org to learn more.