98,119

Medical Calls

6,328

Fires

1,785

Public Assists

693

Suppression Personnel

IAFF Local 935, is a labor organization that represents the men and women of the San Bernardino County , Big Bear City , Big Bear Lake, Colton, Loma Linda , and Montclair Fire Departments. Its members are dedicated to the protection and safety of the Communities they serve. The firefighters of Local 935 are committed to the well being  of the public through our humanitarian efforts, donations, and events. 

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San Bernardino County Professional Firefighters Local 935

PHOTO OF THE DAY: 4/29/2016. #Local935 member Kevin Palmer deploys a hose line on a vehicle fire in the Cajon Pass near the City of Hesperia. Tasked with responding to not only the length of the Cajon Pass but also to a broad swath of Hesperia and the High Desert, Station 305 ( Previously housing ME40) proudly serves the communities of Oak Hills and Baldy Mesa from its location atop the Cajon Summit. Opened in November 2009, the station covers 18,000 square feet and is capable of housing a crew of 15. The large, modern station came from humble beginnings. In the mid 1980s the Oak Hills and Baldy Mesa communities helped build 305’s predecessor—old Station 40—a structure that served as both a firehouse and community center. When the citizenry needed to use the facility, the fire units would be pulled out and parked outside the bays. In fact it wasn’t until around 1985 that crew quarters and a second apparatus bay were added. Station 40 was a California Department of Forestry entity, staffed by paid-call county firefighters (PCFs), until 1998 when SBCoFD took over fire protection services for County Service Area 38. The station remained staffed by PCFs and limited term firefighters for years, including in 2006, when paramedics began to serve the station. ... See MoreSee Less

PHOTO OF THE DAY: 4/29/2016.  #Local935 member Kevin Palmer deploys a hose line on a vehicle fire in the Cajon Pass near the City of Hesperia.  Tasked with responding to not only the length of the Cajon Pass but also to a broad swath of Hesperia and the High Desert, Station 305 ( Previously housing ME40) proudly serves the communities of Oak Hills and Baldy Mesa from its location atop the Cajon Summit. Opened in  November 2009, the station covers 18,000 square feet and is capable of housing a crew of 15. The large, modern station came from humble beginnings. In the mid 1980s the Oak Hills and Baldy Mesa communities helped build 305’s predecessor—old Station 40—a structure that served as both a firehouse and community center. When the citizenry needed to use the facility, the fire units would be pulled out and parked outside the bays. In fact it wasn’t until around 1985 that crew quarters and a second apparatus bay were added. Station 40 was a California Department of Forestry entity, staffed by paid-call county firefighters (PCFs), until 1998 when SBCoFD took over fire protection services for County Service Area 38. The station remained staffed by PCFs and limited term firefighters for years, including in 2006, when paramedics began to serve the station.

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******LATERAL Firefighter - Paramedic (Fire Department)******

Anticipated annual salary increases each October through 2023 – up to $104,576.64*/yr

** Closes 5:00 pm, March 5, 2021***

Maximize your skills with San Bernardino County Fire, in our mountains and our deserts, and the valleys in between.

Eligible for $350*/month Paramedic incentive upon successful Tower completion!
*Incentive rate effective 10/23/2021

San Bernardino County Fire Protection District invites experienced Firefighter Paramedics to join our team! San Bernardino County Fire is an all-risk/full-service fire department committed to providing the highest level of service in the most efficient and cost effective manner to the citizens and communities that we serve.

Lateral Firefighter Paramedics will start with a 16-week tower to acclimate them to learn and practice SBCoFD firefighting practices; equipment and apparatus care, usage, safety, and maintenance; fire terminology, codes, policies, procedures and operations; and state and local laws. The salary while attending the Tower will be $35.53/hr for a 40-hour workweek (Step 7). Upon completion of the tower, incumbents will advance to Step 8 of the salary range: $78,012.48** (56-hour workweek).
**Salary rate effective October 9, 2021

(Need more information? Review Local 935 MOU for additional details.)

ABOUT THE DEPARMTENT

At 20,160 square miles, San Bernardino County is the largest county in the continental United States. Our jurisdiction encompasses approximately 19,200 square miles of extremely diverse environments that stretch from the Los Angeles County line on the west, to the Colorado River on the east, to the Nevada State line and Kern and Inyo counties on the north. We provide services to more than 60 communities/cities and all unincorporated areas of the county.

Our jurisdiction encounters hazards that include floods, fires, earthquakes, and train derailments, among others, that can impact highly urbanized metropolitan areas, industrial centers, and major portions of the most vital interstate highway and railroad transportation corridors that serve Southern California. We are also home to major entertainment venues such as the Glen Helen Amphitheater and the California Speedway. Our mountain resort areas, the Colorado River and vast high-use recreational desert lands underscore our diverse geography.

CONDITIONS OF EMPLOYMENT
Probationary Period: Successful completion of the San Bernardino County Fire Tower is required, and obtaining ICEMA Paramedic Accreditation in San Bernardino County (candidate is responsible for obtaining ICEMA Paramedic Accreditation prior to Tower completion). Upon successful completion of the above Tower, incumbents will serve a one-year probationary period.
Certifications: Firefighter Paramedics must possess and maintain all job-required certifications, including CA Paramedic License and ICEMA Paramedic Accreditation, as well as CPR & ACLS.
Physical Requirements: Must be able to perform during high stress situations. Must be able to hear in the normal audio range, without correction. Must possess the strength and stamina sufficient to lift and carry equipment and individuals up to 200 pounds, and be able to wear self-contained breathing apparatus, and do so with mobility and flexibility without jeopardizing the safety of self or other members. Vision must be correctable to 20/20. May be required to pass a color perception test. Must be able to work in a variety of environmental conditions.
Other Requirements: Applicants will be fingerprinted and must pass a thorough background investigation which may include, but is not limited to, the following: fingerprinting for a Department of Justice criminal background check, polygraph, pre-employment psychological evaluation, DMV driving record check, military record check, reference checks, and review of prior employment history check. An applicant may be automatically disqualified for misrepresentation, falsification, or omission of pertinent facts in the screening/selection/background check process. Job offers are made contingent upon passing a medical examination and meeting the medical requirements of NFPA 1582 (Standard Medical Requirements for Firefighter). Applicant must successfully pass a pre-employment drug test. Failure to meet medical standards may result in the withdrawal of employment offer. All employees must adhere to the provisions of the County Fire and Special Districts Dress Code, which prohibits all visible tattoos.
Health and Physical Condition: Persons seeking appointment to this class must meet the safety health and physical condition standards deemed necessary and proper for performance of the duties established by the San Bernardino County Fire District.
Dress: Candidates, applicants, and employees are expected to dress appropriately for all phases of testing, interviews, background, and on the job; dress should be business-casual at a minimum, unless instructed otherwise.

Minimum Requirements
Experience: Two (2) years of journey-level Firefighter Paramedic experience. Experience must be as a full-time, regular, non-probationary Firefighter Paramedic (or higher rank) in good standing with a public fire agency, authority or department that provides all risk Fire/EMS services. Experience may include probation, and must have been obtained within the last three (3) years.
Note: Paid call, extra-help, and/or volunteer experience does not apply.

License: Must possess and maintain a valid State of California Paramedic License (NREMT is not a substitute).

Certificate: Must possess Firefighter II Certification.

Copies of the CA Paramedic License and Firefighter II Certification must be attached to the application in order for your application to continue in the process.

In addition, candidate must possess a current Driver License, must be at least 18 years of age, and have completed High School (or equivalent).

AT THE INTERVIEW: Applicant must provide a copy of current ACLS & CPR/BLS cards.
Desired Qualifications
The ideal candidate will possess three (3) years or more of experience as a Firefighter Paramedic, and possess ICEMA Paramedic certification.


Selection Process
There will be an online assessment of medical knowledge.

Details of the online assessment process will be emailed once the recruitment has closed. All communications regarding the remainder of the selection process will be via email. Please be sure the email provided on this application is always current; it is your responsibility to update your personal information. Update your Spam, Junk, Bulk and Firewall settings as needed to ensure that you receive all information pertaining to this recruitment.

IMPORTANT: The ability to take pre-employment tests online is a privilege. Please do not take advantage of this benefit. Also, be aware that applicants may be required to take parallel versions of these tests in a proctored setting in order to confirm their identities as the original test takers.

Application Procedure: To be considered for this excellent opportunity, please complete and submit the online employment application and supplemental questionnaire by 5:00 pm, March 5, 2021. Resumes will not be accepted in lieu of the application and/or supplemental questionnaire.

To ensure timely and successful submission of your online application, please allow ample time to complete and submit your application before the posted filing deadline. Applicants will be automatically logged-out if they have not submitted the application and all required materials prior to the posted deadline. Once your application has been successfully submitted you will receive an onscreen confirmation and an email. We recommend that you save and/or print these for your records. Please note, if you do not receive an onscreen confirmation and an email acknowledging our receipt of your application we have not received your application.

If you require technical assistance, please click HERE to review the Government Jobs online application guide, or contact their Toll-Free Applicant Support line at (855) 524-5627. Please note that Human Resources is not responsible for any issues or delays caused by the internet connection, computer or browser used to submit the application.
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******LATERAL Firefighter - Paramedic (Fire Department)******

Anticipated annual salary increases each October through 2023 – up to $104,576.64*/yr

** Closes 5:00 pm, March 5, 2021***

Maximize your skills with San Bernardino County Fire, in our mountains and our deserts, and the valleys in between. 

Eligible for $350*/month Paramedic incentive upon successful Tower completion!
*Incentive rate effective 10/23/2021

San Bernardino County Fire Protection District invites experienced Firefighter Paramedics to join our team! San Bernardino County Fire is an all-risk/full-service fire department committed to providing the highest level of service in the most efficient and cost effective manner to the citizens and communities that we serve. 

Lateral Firefighter Paramedics will start with a 16-week tower to acclimate them to learn and practice SBCoFD firefighting practices; equipment and apparatus care, usage, safety, and maintenance; fire terminology, codes, policies, procedures and operations; and state and local laws. The salary while attending the Tower will be $35.53/hr for a 40-hour workweek (Step 7). Upon completion of the tower, incumbents will advance to Step 8 of the salary range: $78,012.48** (56-hour workweek). 
**Salary rate effective October 9, 2021 

(Need more information? Review Local 935 MOU for additional details.)

ABOUT THE DEPARMTENT

At 20,160 square miles, San Bernardino County is the largest county in the continental United States. Our jurisdiction encompasses approximately 19,200 square miles of extremely diverse environments that stretch from the Los Angeles County line on the west, to the Colorado River on the east, to the Nevada State line and Kern and Inyo counties on the north. We provide services to more than 60 communities/cities and all unincorporated areas of the county.

Our jurisdiction encounters hazards that include floods, fires, earthquakes, and train derailments, among others, that can impact highly urbanized metropolitan areas, industrial centers, and major portions of the most vital interstate highway and railroad transportation corridors that serve Southern California. We are also home to major entertainment venues such as the Glen Helen Amphitheater and the California Speedway. Our mountain resort areas, the Colorado River and vast high-use recreational desert lands underscore our diverse geography. 

CONDITIONS OF EMPLOYMENT
Probationary Period: Successful completion of the San Bernardino County Fire Tower is required, and obtaining ICEMA Paramedic Accreditation in San Bernardino County (candidate is responsible for obtaining ICEMA Paramedic Accreditation prior to Tower completion). Upon successful completion of the above Tower, incumbents will serve a one-year probationary period.
Certifications: Firefighter Paramedics must possess and maintain all job-required certifications, including CA Paramedic License and ICEMA Paramedic Accreditation, as well as CPR & ACLS.
Physical Requirements: Must be able to perform during high stress situations. Must be able to hear in the normal audio range, without correction. Must possess the strength and stamina sufficient to lift and carry equipment and individuals up to 200 pounds, and be able to wear self-contained breathing apparatus, and do so with mobility and flexibility without jeopardizing the safety of self or other members. Vision must be correctable to 20/20. May be required to pass a color perception test. Must be able to work in a variety of environmental conditions.
Other Requirements: Applicants will be fingerprinted and must pass a thorough background investigation which may include, but is not limited to, the following: fingerprinting for a Department of Justice criminal background check, polygraph, pre-employment psychological evaluation, DMV driving record check, military record check, reference checks, and review of prior employment history check. An applicant may be automatically disqualified for misrepresentation, falsification, or omission of pertinent facts in the screening/selection/background check process. Job offers are made contingent upon passing a medical examination and meeting the medical requirements of NFPA 1582 (Standard Medical Requirements for Firefighter). Applicant must successfully pass a pre-employment drug test. Failure to meet medical standards may result in the withdrawal of employment offer. All employees must adhere to the provisions of the County Fire and Special Districts Dress Code, which prohibits all visible tattoos.
Health and Physical Condition: Persons seeking appointment to this class must meet the safety health and physical condition standards deemed necessary and proper for performance of the duties established by the San Bernardino County Fire District.
Dress: Candidates, applicants, and employees are expected to dress appropriately for all phases of testing, interviews, background, and on the job; dress should be business-casual at a minimum, unless instructed otherwise.

Minimum Requirements
Experience: Two (2) years of journey-level Firefighter Paramedic experience. Experience must be as a full-time, regular, non-probationary Firefighter Paramedic (or higher rank) in good standing with a public fire agency, authority or department that provides all risk Fire/EMS services. Experience may include probation, and must have been obtained within the last three (3) years.
Note: Paid call, extra-help, and/or volunteer experience does not apply.

License: Must possess and maintain a valid State of California Paramedic License (NREMT is not a substitute). 

Certificate: Must possess Firefighter II Certification.

Copies of the CA Paramedic License and Firefighter II Certification must be attached to the application in order for your application to continue in the process.

In addition, candidate must possess a current Driver License, must be at least 18 years of age, and have completed High School (or equivalent). 

AT THE INTERVIEW: Applicant must provide a copy of current ACLS & CPR/BLS cards.
Desired Qualifications
The ideal candidate will possess three (3) years or more of experience as a Firefighter Paramedic, and possess ICEMA Paramedic certification. 
  

Selection Process
There will be an online assessment of medical knowledge.

Details of the online assessment process will be emailed once the recruitment has closed.  All communications regarding the remainder of the selection process will be via email. Please be sure the email provided on this application is always current; it is your responsibility to update your personal information.  Update your Spam, Junk, Bulk and Firewall settings as needed to ensure that you receive all information pertaining to this recruitment.

IMPORTANT: The ability to take pre-employment tests online is a privilege. Please do not take advantage of this benefit. Also, be aware that applicants may be required to take parallel versions of these tests in a proctored setting in order to confirm their identities as the original test takers. 

Application Procedure: To be considered for this excellent opportunity, please complete and submit the online employment application and supplemental questionnaire by 5:00 pm, March 5, 2021. Resumes will not be accepted in lieu of the application and/or supplemental questionnaire.
 
To ensure timely and successful submission of your online application, please allow ample time to complete and submit your application before the posted filing deadline.  Applicants will be automatically logged-out if they have not submitted the application and all required materials prior to the posted deadline.  Once your application has been successfully submitted you will receive an onscreen confirmation and an email.  We recommend that you save and/or print these for your records. Please note, if you do not receive an onscreen confirmation and an email acknowledging our receipt of your application we have not received your application.  

If you require technical assistance, please click HERE to review the Government Jobs online application guide, or contact their Toll-Free Applicant Support line at (855) 524-5627.  Please note that Human Resources is not responsible for any issues or delays caused by the internet connection, computer or browser used to submit the application.

Additional photos from this mornings dog rescue in San Bernardino. Great work by all those involved which had a positive outcome. #Local935 ... See MoreSee Less

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Thank you for sharing. We all need some positivity to look at, and boy....look at that smile when the dog was out and in the hands of the fireman.

Was it possible to coax him out the other end- presumably that’s how he got in there as it looks more open from the picture?

Great job by these Firefighters!! 🚒👏

God less these men for saving the poor dog.

Thank you, firefighters! Awesome job.

You guys rock!!!!! Thank you for all you do!!!❤❤❤

good job

👍👍👍👍❤❤🐾🐾🐾🐾🐾

My gosh! Unbelievable. Great Job!! ❤️🇺🇸

Thank God now the fire dept scould keep him

Nice job

Great job ! You are wonderful and we’re thankful for you 👍💙🇺🇸

Good job fellas

God love & protect them, real heroes

❤️👏🏼

Thank you

Excellent job. Thank you.

Love you for this, thank you ❤️

Awesome...🚨🚨

Thank You !!❤️❤️

Thank you

Job well done.

Thank you!

God Bless You All and Thank You ❤

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#Local935 outreach meeting for our members in the north desert this morning. President @JGrigoli providing an update on issues in the county, future funding stability, and #COVID19 @CAFirefighters @IAFFNewsDesk

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LATERAL FF/PM #SBCoFD 

Anticipated annual salary inc each Oct -> 2023 – up to $104,576.64/yr

-  Salary while attending Tower: $35.53/hr for a 40-hr workweek
- After tower Step 8 salary range: $78,012.48 (56-hr workweek)
** Closes 5:00 pm, March 5, 2021** https://bit.ly/3dvz7Bx

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