The Piedmont Park Fire District is committed to providing professional public safety service for our community. We protect lives and property through fire suppression, emergency medical first response, technical rescue, fire prevention and public education. Integrity, Professionalism, Dedication and Training allow us to deliver this service swiftly and efficiently to the members of our community.
"Prepare, Prevent, Provide"
The Piedmont Park Fire District is now accepting applications for the position of: Firefighter
Starting salary: $33,500 (potential for more depending on experience, training, & education) We offer a competitive benefits package which includes employer paid full family medical insurance, a college degree incentive program, paid training, and a college tuition reimbursement program.
Applications may be filled out at our HQ station between the hours of 8am and 5pm. Applications may also be found on our website.
Piedmont Park Fire Department
2119 State Park Rd.
Greenville, SC 29609
Must be at least 18 years of age
High school diploma or GED
Valid SC driver's license
FF 2 certification
Applications should include the following:
- 10 – year driving record
- Copy of transcript & certifications
Must be able to pass a written test, physical agility test, background check, and physical/drug screening.
APPLICATIONS (See Below)
This application is designed to be filled out in Microsoft Word
This application is designed to be printed and filled out manually
Please contact Fire Chief Tom McCarty at firstname.lastname@example.org if you are interested in applying or have any questions about the job opening.
The Insurance Services Office (ISO) completed its current assessment for Piedmont Park Fire District.
It was announced at our annual Christmas Party on December 8th, 2018 that Piedmont Park Fire received an ISO class 1 rating. There are approximately 50,000 fire departments surveyed in the United States, with 1% sharing the rating of ISO class 1.
When ISO evaluates a fire department’s capabilities it uses a system called the Fire Suppression Rating Schedule (FSRS) which employs nationally accepted standards developed by such organizations as the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA), the American Water Works Association (AWWA), and the Association of Public Safety Communication Officials (APCO) International. The FSRS considers three main areas of the community’s fire suppression capabilities including emergency communications (911 call center), the fire department, and water supply. In addition, it includes a Community Risk Reduction section that recognizes community efforts to reduce losses through fire prevention, public fire safety education, and fire investigation
Key elements considered when evaluating a fire department include response capabilities which include adequate staffing of fire service personnel on fire apparatus, fire station distribution (location and coverage), appropriate apparatus and equipment, training, water supply, organizational structure, communications, and building/fire prevention codes and their enforcement.