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        Albuquerque Fire Rescue was established on June 1, 1900, and has a Class 1 rating (the highest score possible) from the Insurance Service Office (ISO). Today, the department has 22 fire stations, 729 full-time firefighters and 37 civilian personnel. Fire stations are staffed with firefighters working a 48/96 shift with daily minimum staffing of 165. Over one-third of the department's fire stations require Firefighters with specialized training. This includes our five Wildland Task Force stations, two Hazardous Materials Task Force stations, and one Technical Rescue Task Force station. Our frontline apparatus consists of; 22 Fire Engines, 21 ALS Rescues, 1 BLS Rescue, 7 Ladders, 2 Hazardous Materials Squads, 1 HTR Squad, 4 Battalion Chiefs, 1 Paramedic QA, 5 Brush Trucks, 1 Air Truck, and 1 Rehab Unit. Each Engine is staffed with a minimum of four (Officer, Driver, and two Firefighters) and each ALS Rescue has minimum staffing of two (Paramedic Officer and Paramedic Driver). We also operate one ALS Engine with a Paramedic Driver, so that each district has an ALS response.

        Our department responded to 105,526 calls in 2019, making us the 30th busiest fire department in the country. We are also responsible for providing fire and EMS response to the Albuquerque International Balloon Fiesta. This is a world-renowned attraction and the largest ballooning event in the world; it is also one of the most photographed events in the world, as well as the largest annual international event held in the United States.

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        As the first-responders on all medical emergencies within the city, each of our firefighters is trained to a minimum level of EMT-Basic. AFR has partnered with the University of New Mexico and Central New Mexico Community College to host a Paramedic Training School at our Fire Academy and the EMSA each year. We are one of three Fire Departments in the country that still has their own internal Paramedic School. This is a condensed Paramedic training program that allows us to complete the Paramedic training in 11- 12 months rather than the standard two-year program, through a traditional college program. We have a fair and objective testing process for those interested in this training.

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        Congratulations! You are taking the first step on your journey towards becoming a firefighter!

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        • It is 褚禄山结局not mandatory褚禄山结局 to possess an EMT license to apply for employment with Albuquerque Fire Rescue. Applicants 褚禄山结局who do possess褚禄山结局 a current State or National Registry Emergency Medical Technician (EMT) license at the Basic level or higher may be given hiring preference. 褚禄山结局

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          • Candidates hired 褚禄山结局without褚禄山结局 an EMT license will attend an additional 6-week, expedited EMT-Basic course immediately following the 18-week cadet academy.

        • Must 褚禄山结局possess a valid drivers license褚禄山结局 (out of state applicants must obtain a New Mexico driver's license within 30 days of being hired).

        • Possession of, or have the ability to obtain a 褚禄山结局valid Class E New Mexico driver's license褚禄山结局 by graduation from the academy.

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        • If applicants are not New Mexico licensed but are Nationally Registered EMTs and/or Paramedics and are selected as cadets, they will be required to complete the reciprocity process and acquire a State of New Mexico EMT license by graduation from the academy.
        • To enroll in a EMT Basic Course applicants may contact any New Mexico College or University, such as Central New Mexico Community College or the University of New Mexico's EMS Academy at (505) 272-5757.

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        When you are ready to apply, Open Enrollment is the first step in process. Individuals can submit an online application to begin the process to be considered as a candidate for the upcoming Albuquerque Fire Academy Cadet Class.

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        During the open enrollment period, you must apply online to become a firefighter via the button below. Applicants are required to submit an online application during open enrollment.

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        Once you have submitted your application, it will be reviewed for completeness and verification of eligibility requirements.

        Eligibility requirements include a 褚禄山结局Valid Candidate Physical Ability Test Certification 褚禄山结局obtained and submitted for approval prior to being scheduled for any testing sessions.

        Log in to nmcpat.com to schedule a CPAT test.

        If accepted, the applicant is notified and scheduled for the following:

        • Written examination
        • Pack Test
        • Structured Oral Interview
        • Fire Chief Selection Committee consisting of Deputy Chiefs and the Training Division Chief

        Applicants are required to have proper government issued identification and current EMS license on their person when checking in to all scheduled testing sessions. Applicants must be on time for each testing session. Applicants that are late or do not have the proper identification will not be admitted for testing.

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        The Albuquerque Fire Rescue has adopted the Pack test as a physical ability component in the hiring process. Candidates must successfully complete the Pack Test at the arduous level. The Pack Test Sheet provides a detailed description of the test and training.

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        Once all candidates have passed all phases of Albuquerque Fire Rescue's hiring process, the candidates names are placed alphabetically onto a qualification matrix consisting of criteria considered during the selection process including the following:

        • Communication skills (Listener, Articulate, Courteous, Kind)
        • Integrity (Honest, Trustworthy, Reliable, Accountable)
        • Physical Fitness (Ability to perform the physical tasks)
        • Adaptability (work through stress)
        • Dedication (Loyalty, Passion, Pride, Heart, Desire, Drive, Competence, Work ethic)
        • Team Player
        • Mechanical Aptitude (Technical Problem Solving)
        • Understands public image and trust
        • Responsible (ability to act without constant supervision)
        • Accountable (holding oneself accountable for their actions)
        • Self Discipline
        • Tolerance (Understanding, Compassion, Level headed)
        • Self-Sacrifice (Courageous, Giving)

        Albuquerque Fire Rescue has an obligation to our community to maintain a highly effective and disciplined workforce that reflects the diverse character of our community. Our success is dependent on administering a hiring process that reflects high organizational standards, has a high level of professional integrity, and is absent of political influences.

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        • 褚禄山结局Personal Integrity - 褚禄山结局An applicant must not have committed any act(s) in their background that would indicate a lack of personal integrity or morality on the part of the applicant.
        • 褚禄山结局Dishonesty - 褚禄山结局An applicant must not intentionally or unintentionally omit facts during any part of the background investigation.
        • 褚禄山结局Drivers License - 褚禄山结局Applicants must possess a valid drivers license and out-of-state applicants must obtain a New Mexico drivers license within 30 days of being hired.
        • 褚禄山结局Driving History - 褚禄山结局An applicant must not have a noticeable pattern of traffic arrests, citations and/or convictions within the last 3 years. Stop sign violations, red light violations, reckless driving, speeding, parking tickets and careless driving are just a few examples of traffic violations that could disqualify an applicant if he/she has developed a pattern.
        • 褚禄山结局Employment History - 褚禄山结局An applicant must not have a history of unsatisfactory employment.
        • 褚禄山结局Financial History -褚禄山结局 An applicant must not have a history or chronic recurring financial problems indicating an unwillingness or inability to live within his/her financial means. An applicant who has filed for bankruptcy will not necessarily disqualify an applicant. An applicant cannot be in collections for $500 or more.
        • 褚禄山结局Military Service -褚禄山结局 An applicant must have had an Honorable Discharge, General Discharge under Honorable Conditions, as stipulated in the DD-214. All other Discharge dispositions, with the exception of a Dishonorable Discharge, will be considered on a case-by-case basis.
        • 褚禄山结局Criminal History - 褚禄山结局An applicant must not have been convicted of any misdemeanor violation within the last 3 years. A misdemeanor violation that an applicant did commit in his/her past, but not within the past 3 years, will be looked at on a case-by-case basis. A felony conviction will automatically disqualify an applicant. An applicant cannot have been convicted of Domestic Violence.
        • 褚禄山结局Driving While Intoxicated - 褚禄山结局An applicant will be disqualified if he/she has had a conviction or any admittance of guilt for driving under the influence of alcohol within the last 5 years or have committed multiple DWIs within the last 10 years whether from an administrative sanction by the Motor Vehicle Department, a criminal conviction or any admittance of guilt or by military disciplinary action.
        • 褚禄山结局Illegal Drug Usage -褚禄山结局 An applicant must not have used any illegal drug that would amount to a misdemeanor crime if found in possession within the last 3 years.
          • *Exception: an applicant must not have used marijuana within the last two years. An applicant must not have used an illegal drug which would amount to a felony crime if found in possession within the last 5 years.

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        An applicant that lives 100 miles or greater from the City of Albuquerque may participate in the Out of Town Applicant examination week. Applicants will be scheduled to take the Written Examination, Pack Test, and Structured Oral Interview. Each applicant must pass each element of the hiring process before proceeding to the next portion of the hiring process. Failure of any one element will result in removal from the hiring process.

        Out of Town applicants must provide a Certificate that indicates successful completion of the Candidate Physical Ability Test when reporting for the Written Examination. The CPAT must have been completed within one year of the date of the Written Examination.

        For more information on finding a CPAT test site outside of New Mexico, please visit the National Testing Network.