LA VERNE, CITY OF
3660 D STREET
LA VERNE, CALIFORNIA 91750
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Updated: August 09, 2019
Job Classification: Firefighter/Paramedic
The City of La Verne is currently hiring for Firefighter-Paramedic positions! Prompt application and testing are encouraged. Next review for applications will be August 22, 2019. Applicants who advance will report to LVFD for further testing on September 13, 2019 (date tentative).
Candidates must complete the department application, located here. Completed applications must be uploaded through your NTN account. Those that have submitted NTN test scores but have not submitted an application with supporting documents may not be considered further in the process. Please ensure you have completed all necessary steps!
The department requires the candidate PHQ. You can access the questionnaire through your candidate account. The PHQ must be completed by the closing date or you may not be considered further in the process.
Salary Information: $70,130 - $84,378 annual base
Candidate Contact: Personnel Office909-596-8726
Area Information: The City of La Verne strives to maintain a full range of efficient municipal services to preserve our hometown charm and quality of life while being responsive to the community’s current and emerging needs. La Verne is a city of more than 30,000 residents and a well-balanced community with a good mix of residential, commercial, and industrial features. La Verne maintains a council-manager form of government. Residents elect a mayor and four (4) council members at large to represent them and oversee a total annual budget of over $56 million. La Verne is a "close-knit" community that is home to many fine institutions and facilities which include the University of La Verne (founded in 1891), Brackett Airport, and fine public and private schools. As one of the most desirable communities in metropolitan Southern California, La Verne is a progressive city that has retained much of its small-town charm. The Fire Department currently responds out of three fire stations. In 2017, the Fire Department responded to an average of 10.3 alarms per day.
Population: 31, 063 at 2010 census.
US Citizen: Must be legally authorized to work in the U.S.
High School Grad/GED: High school graduation or equivalent required
Valid CALIFORNIA State Driver's License: Yes
Ability to Read/Speak English: Yes
Academy Certification: Completion of a California State certified firefighter academy and/or Firefighter I certification from the State of California required.