Career Tree Levels
- Fight fires, rescue and extricate victims, provide emergency medical services, and help ensure public safety for our communities.
- Operate as part of a team to save lives and property through fire suppression, rescue, hazardous materials response, and emergency medical services.
- Utilize your problem-solving skills to produce positive outcomes in saving lives and property.
Career Focus: Prepare for Employment, Prepare for further education.
Level 1 - Entry-Level Careers
- Wildland Firefighter
- Emergency Medical Technician
- 911 Communications Operator
- First Responder
- Volunteer Firefighter
- Forestry Technician
- Private Patient Transport Service
- Fire and Life Safety Event Educator
- Fire Protection Systems Installation
- Fire Protection Systems Maintenance
- Fire Extinguisher Technician
- Community Risk Reduction Educator
Level 2 - Technical Careers
Level 3 - Professional Careers
- Fire Chief
- Deputy/Assistant/Battalion Chief
- Fire Marshal
- Emergency Preparedness Coordinator
- Hazardous Materials Inspector
- Fire Protection Engineer
- Fire Sprinkler System Designer
- Federal Arson Investigator
- Fire Laboratory Scientist
- Fire Technology Professor
- Helicopter or Fire Boat Pilot
- Code Consultant