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Lee's Summit Fire Department Hosting Two Recruiting Open Houses

Lee's Summit Fire Department Hosting Two Recruiting Open Houses

The Lee’s Summit Fire Department is seeking qualified applicants for the positions of Firefighter/EMT and Firefighter/Paramedic and will host two Open House events to provide an opportunity for anyone interested in a career with the Lee’s Summit Fire Department.   

DATE: Friday, April 5
TIME:  5 - 8 p.m. 
WHERE: Lee's Summit Fire Department
                207 SE Douglas St.

DATE: Saturday, April 6
TIME:  1 - 6 p.m. 
WHERE: Lee's Summit Fire Department
                207 SE Douglas St.

Those with Missouri Firefighter I and II with Missouri EMT or EMT-P license, or eligible for reciprocity are encouraged to attend. We have a lot to offer, including a competitive wage and benefit package, step plan, and soon will be implementing a 48/96 hour shift schedule. Residency is NOT required. Additional job requirements are available at LSpeople.net.

Applications may be completed at the Open House, City Hall or at LSpeople.net. The application deadline is April 12, 2019. 

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