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Singerly Fire Company Career Services is accepting applications and resumes to fill PART
TIME vacancies for:
Incentives for Fire Side Clearance, FADO, Preceptor, IV Tech, and Specialist Positions
Applicants must submit a resume or application for consideration including all required training
and experience. Applications received will be held until next interview process is completed,
which occurs on a regular basis. Applicant must pass written protocol examination (BLS or
ALS) based on Maryland Medical Protocols. Those applicants who successfully complete the
written examination will attend a panel interview. Upon a conditional offer of employment,
applicant will undergo a comprehensive background and reference check and a complete fit
for duty physical including drug screen. Upon 6 months of satisfactory employment, eligible
individuals who possess the minimum requirements for fire side may transition to fire
suppression responsibilities as well as outlined in the job descriptions for EMT/FF and PM/FF.
Minimum Requirements are listed in job descriptions. Paid Training, uniforms, and PPE
provided upon hire.
Resumes and applications may be submitted via mail to:
Singerly Fire Company
Attn: Career Services
P.O. Box 444
Elkton MD 21921
Or via Email to email@example.com
In fiscal year 2018, the State of Maryland is providing $300,000 for a helipad at Singerly Fire Company, Station 13; this will be the only helipad used for medical emergencies in Cecil County. No matching fund were needed from Singerly Fire Company. Planning for the helipad will cost $50,000 and the construction will cost $250,000.
When constructed, the helipad is projected to be over 30,000 square feet, including the landing area and the area around it.
Singerly Fire Company has long had a relationship with Union Hospital, which grew after the hospital’s previous medevac landing site was replace by its parking garage in 2007.
Helicopters have since landed in the fire company’s parking lot, where crews provide ambulance transports to and from the hospital over 60 times each year.
With state funding now secured, construction on the paved 50-by-50-foot helipad should be started by October 1 with an estimated completion in November.
We thank our local and state officials that have helped this project come to fruition in order to help better serve our citizens.
Singerly, Chesapeake City, North East and Newark were alerted for the reported working house fire on Easter Morning, Assistant Chief 3 (Streets) arrived to find fire showing from the rear of the 2 story single family dwelling. Tower 3 arrived and laid a supply line to a hydrant in the front yard, while Engine 13 would join the Tower’s 3 crew to advance a pair of 1.75″ hand lines into the house, knocking fire on the 1st and 2nd floors.
Crews operated on scene for approximately 3 hours.
Singerly, North East, Newark and Chesapeake City were alerted for the reported working house fire on the morning of 3/30. Chief 3 arrived to find a 1 story rancher with fire through the roof and extensive fire to the rear of the structure. E14’s crew would deploy a 2.5″ line to knock the bulk of the fire before replacing that line with 1.75″ line to make an interior attack, backed up by the crew of Tanker 4.
Units operated on scene for just over 2 hours before returning to service.