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Front Range Fire Rescue hires Career Firefighters from our active Reserve Firefighter ranks.
With an ever-expanding demand for emergency services, we depend on our Reserve Firefighters to supplement our career staffing.
Reserve members work alongside our career firefighters in our stations. Reserve members are an integral part of our services performing the same duties and maintaining the same certifications as our career firefighters. Reserve members are paid a monthly stipend based upon hours worked and certification/education. Reserves are also able to gain further certification, attend internal and external training, and develop the skills to help them become career firefighters.
Front Range Fire Rescue requires Reserve members to work at least 36 hours per month and attend 1 operational training per month. Reserves are able to work additional hours and attend training beyond these minimum requirements.
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Front Range Fire Rescue provides continued training, development, and certification opportunities to our Reserve members. These include vehicle extrication, low angle rope recovery, ice rescue, State of Colorado certification as Firefighter II, Fire Officer, Driver/Operator, and Instructor, as well as others. By meeting monthly requirements, Reserve members earn a monthly stipend up to $350 and earn a meal stipend for every shift worked.
Front Range Fire Rescue partners with University of Colorado Health EMS to provide in-house continuing education to maintain EMS certification.