Please complete this application so that our Command and Review staff can make a determination on your potential employment prospects. Please be honest and forthright with your answers, as an oral interview will be conducted if your application is approved to move forward in the hiring process.
Benefits of being a deputy with the Fulton County Sheriff's Office.
- Work outside the city limits
- Be apart of large scale scenes and operations
- Be apart of the Traffic Division to help enforce heavy traffic laws
- Respond anywhere in the County
- Verity of vehicles and equipment to use
- Different scenery from all over the county
- Opportunity to protect and serve the community
- Friendly work place environment
The Atlanta Police Department is currently accepting cadet applications. We're looking to have a department with 20+ members including a captain, lieutenant, two sergeants and four corporals. We also house subdivisions such as our traffic unit, H.E.A.T. (Highway Enforcement of Aggressive Traffic) unit, canine unit, Street Intelligence Unit and our aviation unit. If you love working in a city environment, the Atlanta Police Department is definitely for you!
Benefits of being an officer in the Atlanta Police Department:
- Work inside the beautiful City of Atlanta
- Be apart of a brotherhood like no other
- Experience various and more complex callouts
- Enforce traffic laws in our traffic unit
- Collaborate with the state patrol in our signature H.E.A.T. unit
- Work alongside one of our three canines
- Go undercover deep in the crime-ridden streets of Atlanta
- Fly above the vast skyline in our aviation unit
- Develop important skills under our authentic and tailored leadership
Duties & Responsibilities: Under close supervision, patrols highways and roads to enforce traffic and criminal laws. Investigates traffic crashes and provides assistance to motorists. Assists other law enforcement agencies in enforcing traffic and criminal laws, and ensuring safety of the general population. Participates in criminal prosecution. DPS offers a number of opportunities for specialized assignments for Troopers throughout their career.
Physical Fitness Standards: The Physical Fitness Program is an evaluation based on the recommendation of the Cooper's Institute in terms of absolute standards (same job = same standard). These standards are reflective of the minimum fitness level an individual must possess to perform their job regardless of their age or gender. The following events will comprise the assessment:
300 Meter Sprint
90 seconds or faster
67% of body weight, 1 repetition using free weights
21 repetitions, no time limit, only hands and feet touch the ground (rest in up position)
30 repetitions, one minute time limit, hands interlocked behind the head (rest in up position only)
Please note that these are the minimum standards for consideration for employment. The Trooper School cadets will be required to be at a much higher level of fitness which includes long distance running for cardiovascular endurance. It is highly suggested that applicants implement physical training programs that will prepare them to well exceed the minimum requirements listed above.
Medical Standards: Minimum vision of 20/60 uncorrected in each eye, and corrected to 20/40 or better in both eyes with glasses or contact lenses. Additional medical standards must be met prior to final offer of employment.
Be the CREATOR of the fun, help us create realistic scenes for our First Responders to take care of and handle accordingly.
This application will go over basic information. This application shouldn’t take longer than 10 minutes to complete. Your application will be reviewed by HR within 48 hours where you will then be emailed with the teamspeak IP and go through the quick 5-10 minute interview process.
Complete this application to be considered for employment with Silverstone County Fire & Rescue. There are four primary responsibilities and duties - putting out fires, rescuing and caring for the sick and injured, working to prevent future fires, and investigating the sources of fires, especially in the case of potential arson.
Silverstone County Fire and Rescue is currently looking to hire dedicated members who can put their time in as a firefighter, we want people with knowledge with either real life or other communities, however it is not required to be hired in the S.C.F.D
Scenes you might see.
- Combat structure fires
- Work 10-50 with entrapment
- Emergency Medical calls of all types.
- work directly with the police on high priority scenes.
What is a firefighter?
A firefighter, also known as a fireman, is a highly skilled man or woman who works to combat and extinguish fires. They also take steps to prevent fires, act as emergency medical technicians (EMT) and investigate the causes of fires. A firefighter is almost always the first official "on the scene" of fires, car accidents, or other emergencies, which is why they are also sometimes called "first responders." Some firefighters are career professionals while others volunteer for duty within their communities.
We can bring all sorts of great scenes together that are nothing short of amazing and fun. with Albo's Fire script, we can create fires of any time for you to combat and extinguish. being a Firefighter in Silverstone County is always action packed and exciting.