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Reserve Program

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Mormon Lake Fire Department is accepting applications for part-time Paramedic and EMT positions. Our application may be found on our website at in our Employment section.


  • CEP Hourly: $15.60
  • EMT Hourly: $14.21


  • State of Arizona Training Opportunities
  • Tuition Reimbursement for Fire and EMS-related courses
  • Direct Deposit
  • Life, long-term, and AD&D Insurance
  • Uniform Allowance
  • Schedule: 48 or 72

Questions regarding this position or the hiring process should be directed to the District’s office at 928-354- 2231.

Department Information

 Mormon Lake Fire District is 25 miles southeast of Flagstaff, Arizona, in the middle of the Coconino National Forest.  We run about 100 calls per year, 90 of which are EMS.  Mormon Lake Fire District provides the first response to 911 calls and turns over patient care to Guardian Medical Transport for ground transportation. Our department was founded in 1989 as a volunteer department and recently upgraded our service model to all-hazards.

Our fire station houses one transport-capable rescue, 2 type-6 brush engines, one type-1 structure engine, two type-3 tactical tenders, 1 Polaris ranger, and one snowmobile.  We have part-time firefighters, EMT and Paramedics.  Paramedics run 2-3 shifts monthly or every other month, depending on availability.

If you are looking for a great part-time opportunity to get out of the heat and relax, this department is a great place to do so.

Minimum Qualifications

 Minimum requirements for these positions are 18 years of age or older; valid Arizona driver’s license; current Arizona State emergency medical technician (EMT) or certified emergency paramedic (CEP) certification; high school diploma or GED equivalent; documentation that provides proof of identity and employability as required by IRCA law; ability to pass a background check; acceptable 39-month driving record.



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