DETROIT (WXYZ) - The Detroit Fire Department has announced the posting of 90 open positions for firefighters.
Applications can be filled out online at www.detroitmi.gov until Saturday, October 26.
Applicants must have a High School Diploma or GED.
An EMT license is preferred and candidates will have to pass a written examination.
A valid driver's license and proof that the candidate has passed the CPAT (Candidate Physical Abilities Test) is required.
The CPAT is a nationally recognized test and can be administered at the Detroit Fire Regional Training Center for $50.00 and $10.00 for practice runs.
The Detroit Fire Department outlines the hiring process as follows:
1. Completion of online application
2. Written examination
3. Oral interview (Must have completed your CPAT examination by your interview date)
4. Background investigation
5. List of eligible candidates will be established
You can contact 313-237-2775 for more information.
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