Interested in a rewarding career?
The Huntley Fire Protection District offers the best opportunities for employment and advancement in the Fire Service.
Our firefighters work with the state of the art apparatus and equipment which is supported by full time staff members in EMS, Training, and Mobile Integrated Health. The District also maintains several specialty teams which include Technical Rescues, Sonar, Hazardous Materials, and Fire Investigation. The District is a member of MABAS Division 5 and Division 4/5 Lake and McHenry County Specialized Response Team. The District places a high degree of importance on the customer service it provides to both internal and external customers.
Huntley Fire Protection District also interacts with the community by providing a variety of programs such as slip, trip and fall education, hosting a Fire Cadet and Intern Program, and providing CPR instruction classes.
The Huntley Fire Protection District is an equal opportunity employer.
We are currently not testing for full time employment
PART-TIME FIREFIGHTER / PARAMEDIC OR EMT-B
Qualifications for the position of part-time firefighter paramedic include:
A high school graduate or have a G.E.D.
A valid driver’s license with at least a class B non-CDL rating or greater
A current CPAT card
A current CPR card
A current certified EMT B license
An Illinois Certified Fire Fighter II or Basic Operations Firefighter
Please return completed applicaton to Station 1 at 11118 Main St. Huntley, IL 60142, or by email to Deputy Chief Levendoski at [email protected].
PART-TIME PARAMEDIC ONLY
The Cadet Post is comprised of up to 20 cadets and run by various advisors from within the District. The purpose of the Cadet Post is to expose young individuals to the various aspects of the fire service while developing strong character, sound morals and values, and all while instilling a sense of responsibility.
A career-orientated program for young adults interested in a career in emergency services. This program provides a systematic means for selected fire science or emergency medical services students to receive an enriched educational internship while preparing them to have a successful career in the field of emergency services.