Fire Department  

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                                    * EMPLOYMENT *

Are you looking for an exciting career? The City of Plymouth Fire Department has two exciting opportunities available:

     • Full Time Firefighter/EMT-P/Paramedic
          o Current Paramedic Licensure or National Register EMT-P
          o ACLS, PALS or PEPP, and Healthcare Providers BLS

     • Full Time Firefighter/EMT-A
          o Current EMT-A Licensure
          o Healthcare Providers BLS

Both positions require:

    • Current Valid Driver’s License
    • Current CPAT card (Candidate Physical Ability Test)
    • High School Diploma, GED or transcript providing graduation
    • DD form 214(Military Service Record) if applicable
    • Indiana Firefighter I/II Certification PREFERRED
    • Shall not have any Felony Convictions

The City of Plymouth provides the following benefits:
    • Health Insurance
    • City Paid Vision, Dental, and Life and AD&D Insurance
    • Supplemental Life, Long and Short Term Disability
    • Indiana Firefighters’ Fund Pension Plan
    • 457 Retirement Plan
    • Longevity after three (3) years of service
    • Tuition Reimbursement
    • Generous holiday, vacation, sick and comp time plans

For more information and for an application packet, which includes a position advertisement, application and job description, contact the Plymouth Fire Department, 574-936-2156, 111 N. Center St., Plymouth, IN 46563 from 8:00 am to 4:00 pm, Monday – Friday. Applications packets and all required documents as listed above must be received in a sealed envelope or postmarked by April 30, 2017.

The City of Plymouth is an Equal Opportunity Employer

Rodney D. Miller,  Fire Chief  
111 North Center Street
Plymouth, Indiana, 46563

Phone: (574) 936-2156

Fax: (574) 936-5256


Message from the Fire Chief

     Welcome to the City of Plymouth website! We hope you take some time to look through our website in order to better understand the many services our city has, as well as the vast talents of our well trained and dedicated city employee's have to offer.

     In addition to our role of providing outstanding Fire and EMS services, our Fire Department also provides emergency response in the following specialty areas: hazardous materials, water rescue, residential, commercial and industrial fire protection, search and rescue, vehicle extrication, and wild land fire suppression.  The Plymouth Fire Department also houses the INDIANA DEPARTMENT of HOMELAND SECURITY District 2 Mass Casualty Incident Response Unit. 

     On a daily basis, the Plymouth Fire Department provides 24-hour emergency protection by our qualified and dedicated professionals, including Paramedic level care.    Our Firefighter/Paramedics are among the best trained and equipped in the state and hold Nationally registered Certifications along with being licensed by the State of Indiana EMS Commission.    With the supervision from our Medical Directors and the Emergency Department  Physicians who oversee our daily practices, we are dedicated in providing top notch pre-hospital emergency medical care to our community.

     We are also very active in public fire education and prevention.  We have to date educated over 30,000 elementary aged children with our fire safe house program,  which has been in operation since the early 1990's.  We now have "firefighters'  that were students of the fire safe house program.

     The City of Plymouth Fire Department is staffed with 13 career Firefighters and approximately 35 dedicated Volunteer firefighters who provide Fire/Rescue protection and Advanced life supprt emergengy medical care to the City of Plymouth and Center & West Township's. We serve approximately 50% of Marshall County's population, and protect just over 100 square miles and respond to an average of 2,200 emergency calls per year.

     Our Fire Department also services  the prominate Ancilla Catholic Comminutity College,  and the Poor Handmaids of Jesus Christ Ministries Campus located just west of Plymouth.  Plymouth is also the home of the ever so famous Marshall County Blueberry Festival,  which is held annully over Labor Day weekend.

     "As your Fire Chief, it is my mission along with my staff, to provide the highest level of pre-hospital emergency care and fire protection to the families who live here, and also to those who choose to visit here"

Rodney D. Miller,  Fire Chief

Steve Holm,  Assistant Fire Cheif

Erik Cox,  Div. Chief EMS

Zach Marquardt, Div. Chief Training

Mike Jernstrom,  Captain EMS Training

Heath Neidig,  Firefighter EMT

Marsha Wainscott,  Firefighter-Paramedic

Nick Allen,  Firefighter-Paramedic

Jesus Garcia,  Firefighter EMT

Zach Strbjak,  Firefighter EMT

Walt Hanselman,  Firefighter EMT