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    Elise Reyna
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  1. Los Santos Fire Department Serving Los Santos with Courage, Integrity and Pride. Recruitment Open Your community needs you - Will you answer the call? Do you have a strong desire to help people in your community? The Los Santos Fire Department is hiring for a wide range of positions across our several internal divisions. Every day the the demand for firefighters, emergency medical technicians, volunteers, lifeguards and civilian staff is growing. Join our family in a rewarding career where no two days are the same and help your city and neighbors in need. Your community needs you - Will you answer the call? We offer the starting pay of $40,000! Career Firefighter/EMT For those seeking the traditional first responder career path with the LSFD in the capacity of Career Firefighter/EMT. The Department will have you trained to respond to the full range of EMS, fire and rescue type calls the department receives on a daily basis. Our firefighters respond to a range of incidents such as medical calls, structure fires, brush fires, traffic accidents, rescues and of course much more. Various division options await you to hone your skills in a specialty of your choosing whether its high angle rope rescue, swift water rescue, aerial firefighting and more! Every day is a new adventure. Apply Now Career Emergency Medical Technicians Firefighting isn't the only way to be a community hero. A large component of what the LSFD receives on a regular basis is a wide range of medical calls. Start on your path to becoming a Paramedic by enlisting as a Emergency Medical Technician. If you're seeking to focus your career in Emergency Medical Services, this is the path for you. Apply Now - LIMITED VACANCIES Volunteer Firefighter/EMT The Los Santos Fire Department isn't just comprised of firefighters and medical personnel, our employees come from a host of different backgrounds that still want to serve. If you're unable to commit to the demands of a full time Firefighter/EMT but still want to help, consider enrolling as a Volunteer. Apply Now Lifeguard Vespucci beach and the surrounding water front brings people from all across the world to soak up the sun and water. Ensure a safe and enjoyable environment on the state's beaches and other water-based tourist spots. Become one of Vespucci's most iconic first responders and learn to be an expert in land and water based rescue. Apply Now Operations Divisional Opportunities Upon completion of your probation, opportunities for advancement branch out further. Familiarize yourself with our fleet and become an expert on our rigs as you work to maintain our fleet of over 100 vehicles in Support Services. Ascend your career to new heights in our Air Operations Division as a pilot or crew member performing search and rescue, aeromedical evacuation and aerial firefighting. Experience the thrill of high angle rope rescues, swift water rescue, dive and more in the LSFD's Urban Search and Rescue Division. Civilian Employment Our department also offers a range of civilian employment options ranging from Recruitment Officer to Public Relations. Work with our large team responsible for handling and processing applications as well as running interviews for people that wish to join the department. If an active member of EMS/Fire service, members can also work in our training department that helps shape the talent of tomorrow. As a member of Public Relations you will with our social media, capture photo and video work of the daily lives of firefighters, plan and coordinate events, and create a general public interest in the department. Apply Now
  2. Just cause the interiors are broken I'm a tad bit against it, but sure, an additional few days doesn't really hurt at all.
  3. Biscuit

    Flaws.

    You got my interest.
  4. Biscuit

    I need helpa

    We don't have any rules with those definitions, you probably are posting on the wrong forums / wrong community, double check the name and prefix of your community that you're applying for. Additionally, players are not allowed to give answers in regards to application answers, you'll most likely have to find out on your own.
  5. ah a fellow toaster user, I also, am a avid user of a CMS12530 direct toaster chip for a CPU.
  6. 491 pages in and you guys still haven't gotten to 20? wow.
  7. The question is; why? The answer in my opinion is bad roleplaying experience. Cause as soon as there's a pager call for something like a hazmat call, or a building fire or anything similar, the numbers spike. Just read my prior replies.
  8. No worries! Here's some more numbers for you! Currently the LSFD has 4 Chief Officers, which is mainly Faction Leadership / Office Positions, it doesn't particularly exclude them from responding from scenes as you do see a Chief Officer at a scene here and then, especially now since we got two Battalion Chiefs, but it isn't as common. Along with the 4 Chiefs, there are 8 Captains, Captains assume Incident Command roles on scenes and organize firefighters giving each of them roles, ensuring safety of the staff and communicating / liaising with other agencies / dispatch (total of 12 command staff / administrative staff) Since I had to count by hand, there's ~60 NCO staff (21 of them are part of the EMT division) [not counting Lifeguards nor Civilian Staff] During peak times, on a good day, we typically have about 8-12 firefighters/EMTs on duty and even with that amount, it's still really hard to keep on-top of all the 911 calls that come in. Whilst EMT staff are only restricted to Medical Duties, Firefighters have both Medical and Firefighting duties, so it's often off-peak that you see firefighters online (about say 3 of them) and an MVA call goes in, now, most people tend to roleplay that a door is jammed or an engine isn't turned off or a car is leaking, a Rescue Ambulance alone isn't gonna be able to solve that and you'd need to also staff an Engine for that, which in this case, also has to be accounted for and is typically when we have people single-staff a Rescue Ambulance. Whilst it isn't practical IRL, sadly, this isn't IRL, you have to work with what you have, hence the reason we also allow people, in certain circumstances, to single-staff RA's.
  9. So same standards as the Fire Department apart from the fact that there'll be 1 less ambulance on the street. Not the most perfect solution but hey, it works.
  10. Talking about in-game, In the US, you are correct, it's a minimum of 2 people. But again, same issue is brought up, what happens if there are an ODD amount of people? What if there's only 1 person on duty?
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