The Paddy Brown Program (PBP) provides support and financial assistance to post-9/11 members of all branches of the U.S. Armed Forces offering the resources needed to transition back into civilian life. Built around a national mentorship program, PBP offers access to employment and professional development opportunities in the first responder sector.
This is 3 Truck and we’re still heading up! are the last words dispatch heard from Captain Brown at 9:21am from the 35th floor of the North Tower.
Carolyn Brown, Paddy’s sister and PBP Board Member, has graciously allowed us to sell t-shirts commemorating Paddy with 100% of profits going to benefit the post-9/11 veterans supported by the PBP Program.
Do you dream of becoming a firefighter? Have you waited years for the opportunity to join the FDNY? The time is now! Learn the steps to becoming one of New York’s bravest.
The FDNY exam will be administered this fall for admission to the FDNY academy. If you think you have what it takes and want to learn about the process, click here.
The Paddy Brown Program is here to help veterans interested in taking the FDNY exam. We have experienced firefighters who have made the successful transition from military to fire service. If you are in need of assistance, please fill out the form at this link.
PBP’s goal is to help transitioning veterans find employment in the first responder sector. Through our job search engine (powered by Indeed) you can search by location and keywords. Listed below is a sampling of what you will find through our job search.
Frito-Lay North America
Location : WoosterOHUS
Please view our Pay Transparency Statement. Our Company will consider for employment qualified applicants with criminal histories in a manner consistent with…
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City of Fort Lauderdale, FL
Location : Fort LauderdaleFLUS
Assists general public, departmental personnel and representatives from other agencies in obtaining police related information in accordance with established…
The Baytown Fire Department is seeking certified firefighter/paramedics and paramedics to come be a part of our team! Fire certification will be provided and required by the department. MUST BE 19 - 36 years old (TX GOVT CODE 143) and a paramedic to test.
Adopting the 48/96 work schedule in January 2021. Currently anticipating at least 13 positions in 2021.
LABOR PERKS: We are a Civil Service (TX Local Govt Code 143) Fire Department, have a Collective Bargaining Agreement (TX Local Govt Code 174) with the City of Baytown, and have 4-firefighter staffing in our city's charter.
FIREFIGHTER/PARAMEDIC PAY SCALE: Probationary Firefighter - $66,955 (After Credentialing: $72,955) Firefighter After Probation - $74,947 Firefighter Year 4 - $81,344 Firefighter Year 7 (topped out) - $88,360
SCHEDULE: Currently 24/48 work schedule, adopting 48/96 in January 2021. 9 Kelly Days annually. Employees accrue 11 holiday, 15 vacation, and 15 sick days/year.
The Baytown Fire Department currently responds to over 13,000 calls/year out of SEVEN fire stations. We have seven engines, one tower, and 5 ambulances. We are an ISO 1 Public Protection Classification Department (the highest possible rating). Our state-of-the-art Fire Training Center includes a burn building, tower, and confined space props. The $8,000,000 Phase III Project will add a training admin/classroom facility and industrial props. Our fire department also features an array of specialized teams such as Regional Hazmat and Technical Rescue (USAR), Marine, Wildland, Dive, SWAT Medic, and Medical FTO.
To be considered eligible for this hiring and eligibility list, you must meet the following criteria:
•Pass the Firefighter Candidate Testing Center (FCTC) Entry Level Firefighter Written Exam and be placed on the FCTC Statewide Eligibility List as of October 23, 2020 •Possess a current, valid Cal-JAC CPAT Card with an issue date between October 23, 2019 and October 23, 2020. •Possess a valid California Firefighter 1 certificate. •Possess a current, valid California or National Registry EMT-1 or Paramedic certification (note: persons possessing a National Registry Certification will be required to register as a California EMT-1 or Paramedic prior to appointment). •Possess a valid California Class “C” Driver’s License with a clean driving record.
Please visit www.FCTConline.org to register for upcoming exams and to learn more about the process.
Our application and supplemental questionnaire can be located at www.hbfire.org.
Applications for this process are due no later than 5 pm on Friday October 23rd, 2020. #becomingafirefighter #californiafirefighter #nowhiring ... See MoreSee Less