Medway Fire Department
Medway Fire Department is currently seeking qualified individuals interested in joining our staff. Hired members will be responsible for providing emergency medical care in both the emergent and non-emergent setting including cross-training for fire emergencies. Medway Fire Department averages one hundred and thirty emergency calls per year with a continuously growing non-emergent volume. The goal of the Medway Fire Department is to provide exceptional patient-focused care in a swift and compassionate manner.
The Medway Fire Department operates on a 12-hour shift rotation with the option of 24-hour shifts. Shifts are filled on an on-call basis as well as per-diem staffing running from 0700 to 1900 and 1900 to 0700. The average shift is usually staffed with one driver and one medical provider twenty-four hours a day.
Minimum qualifications include a Maine Driver’s license, Maine EMS License, willingness to obtain Basic Fire (FF1 & FF2 preferred), and CPR/First Aid. Members of the department who live within seven minutes of the station are allowed to respond from home receiving an on-call stipend and members who must stay at the station or within the seven-minute time frame will receive an hourly stipend. Other arrangements may be agreed upon.