The Highland Village Fire Department strives to provide the highest level of professional service to its residents while creating an atmosphere of community service. The Fire Department has been awarded the 2014 International Association of Fire Chiefs (IAFC) Heart Safe Community, as well as 2012, 2013 and 2014 State Association of Fire Marshals (SAFM) Life Safety Achievement Award. Making this the best place to live and work!
Tips on what we look for…
Keep your driving record clean
Applicants are disqualified for too many tickets, accidents, and license suspensions. In addition, make sure you are properly insured.
Do a great Job
Your employment history is very important. Make sure you develop and maintain a strong work ethic.
Don’t be a job-hopper
If you do leave, give a two-week notice when you resign from a position.
Make a good impression
We need applicants who believe in themselves. Be assertive, self-confident, outgoing, and compassionate and learn to communicate well with a wide variety of people.
To build your skills, “Make a Difference” and be a community service leader.