1 Step 1: Questions
2 Step 2: Education
3 Step 3: Backgrounds
4 Step 4: Additionals
5 Step 5: Employment
6 Step 6: References
7 Step 7: Acknowledgement
Toney Volunteer Fire Department
Membership Application
Are you legally authorized to work in the U.S.?
Are you 18 years of age?
Do you have any physical or health limitations that could interfere with your performance in the job for which you are volunteering?Note: Assignment is contingent on applicant meeting minimum physical/mental demands of the position
Do you have any commitments or responsibilties that might prevent you from meeting job requirements?
Do you have any relatives on the Fire Department?
Have you previously applied for this position?
Education & Training
Do You Have a High School Diploma/GED?
Have you received Firefighter/E.M.S. training in the past?
Have you received first aid training in the past?
Have you received CPR training in the past?
Background & Records
Do you agree to a driver's license record check?
Do you have truck driving experience?
Criminal Background Check

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Do you agree to a criminal background check?
Additional Information

Can you be available for the following meetings and training sessions?

First Tuesday of the month, 7:00 - 9:00 p.m. (active and reserve)
Second-Fourth Tuesdays of the month, 7:00 - 9:00 p.m. (active members)

If currently applying for a certified position:

Are you current in your fire certification?
Are you current in your EMT certification?

Would You Like To Upload Your Resume?

Does Business Take You Out Of Town?
Military Service
Do You Have Military Service Experience
Please list three references that are not related to you.


I acknowledge and understand that my application to become a firefighter with the Toney Volunteer Fire Department requires the following commitment:

Selected applicants will be subject to a 12-month probationary period with review after six (6) months. The following must be completed or accomplished during the 12-month probationary period:

  1. Attend monthly meetings (First Tuesday) and Monthly Scheduled Training with the Fire Department.
  2. Attend functions of the Fire Department.

Additional training will be required after becoming an active member of the Fire Department. Firefighters will be required to:

  1. Attend training as prescribed in the Fire Department Bylaws and Standard Operating Procedures.
  2. Being a firefighter is an emotionally challenging job and provides you with self-respect and self-satisfaction. Firefighting requires training and demands team effort and respect from each individual firefighter in the department.

By entering your name, you attest to having read and agreed to this acknowledgment.

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