OSFM is currently accepting applications for the Incident Management Teams for the following positions:
Incident Safety Officer
Public Information Officers & Trainees
Division/Group Supervisor Trainees
Resource Unit Leader Trainees
Communication Unit Leader Trainees
Communication Unit Technician Trainees
The recruitment period will close at 1700 hours, January 6, 2020.
All applicants are asked to submit an application signed by your Chief Officer, a letter of intent to include a summary of conflagration and incident management experience, and two professional references. To find the appropriate application, select the ‘Format’ button in the document library at the bottom of this page and you will see the applications listed.
The recruitment process is selective. Applicants, their provided references, and/or others within the applicant’s agency may be contacted by OSFM staff, Incident Commanders, and/or IMT Section Chiefs during the selection process. Applicants should be expected to be interviewed.
Team members are expected to be available to respond during their team’s on-call rotations and remain at an incident for up to 14 days. Team members should be prepared to be logistically self-sufficient for 72 hours.
Team members should have the full support of their sponsoring fire agencies to participate in training, Section Working Groups, and the annual conference. Team members should have access to an agency command vehicle for deployments.
Please send completed applications and materials listed above to firstname.lastname@example.org. A DPSST printout may be substituted for certificates, but not for Position Task Books. Qualifications for all positions can be found in the document linked below.
IMT Qualification Requirements