The Indianola Fire Department is made up of part-time and full-time Firefighters/Paramedics and EMTs.
Why work for Indianola Fire Department?
- The biggest department in Warren County serves approximately 17,000 people within 125 square miles.
- Variety of rural and city firefighting operations.
- Strictly a 911 service.
- Gain great experience with increasing annual call volume.
- Plenty of promotional opportunities.
Recruitment for open positions can be viewed on the city's job opportunities page when available. To learn more about becoming a part-time employee, contact Captain Thad White at 515-961-9405.
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|Paramedic Skills Evaluation:|
The NREMT skills for paramedics is a recognized standard for measuring an individual's ability to manage the requirements of being a paramedic. The evaluation is based on the:
|Written and Physical Ability Evaluation Requirements:|
The Written and Physical Ability Evaluation is a recognized standard for measuring an individual's ability to manage the requirements of being a firefighter. The test is available through Central Iowa Fire & EMS Testing Consortium, a non-refundable fee is associated with this test, and is the candidate's responsibility to schedule. This qualifying event must be obtained prior to Oral Interview.
Central Iowa Fire & EMS Testing Consortium