Thank you for your interest in joining Laramie County Fire District #1. The primary responsibility of a firefighter is the protection of life and property efficiently and rapidly through rescue, firefighting and prevention. Those who choose it as their career will sometimes have no choice but to put their lives and personal safety on the line for the safety and well being of their community and its’ citizens. Firefighters must be willing to perform hazardous tasks under emergency conditions, which may require strenuous exertion under such adverse conditions as smoke, heat and cramped conditions. Firefighters may also face working conditions, which involve such events as chemical spills, explosions, floods, and electrical hazards.
Persons wishing to become firefighters should have the ability to work as part of a team. Teamwork is an essential part of the job because it reduces the potential for injuries and loss of life, as well as increasing the effectiveness of handling emergency situations.
Cooperation and the ability to get along with others are essential characteristics for firefighters at the fire scene and also at the fire station.
Below are our recruitment requirements. Please read them carefully. Should you have any questions regarding our hiring process, please don't hesitate to contact us.
Laramie County Fire District #1 recruits members two times a year. Generally hiring takes place in March and September however, due to manning requirements, we might be actively recruiting during other times. Contact us to find out if we are seeking volunteers. Applicants must pass a physical agility test, written civil service exam and will be subjected to an interview with the hiring board. Applicants must also provide a copy of their MVR, and criminal history record and must posess a valid drivers license.