Firefighter/Paramedics at Village of Mount Pleasant

University of Wisconsin Green Bay

United States

August 18, 2021


The South Shore Fire Department is a consolidated Fire Department between the Village of Mount Pleasant and the Village of Sturtevant. Mount Pleasant is the location of FoxConn, which is developing the Wisconn Valley Science and Technology Park.

The South Shore Fire Department is seeking highly motivated, dedicated fire and EMS service personnel to be firefighter/paramedics. South Shore Fire Department is a full-service fire and emergency medical system department staffed by 67 career firefighters.

The South Shore Fire Department is accepting applications from entry level applicants as well as lateral transfer applicants with one eligibility list developed and approved by the Police & Fire Commission in the August to September 2021 time period.

Both entry level and lateral transfer applicants must meet all of the hiring requirements listed in the application packet. In order to be considered as a lateral transfer applicant the applicant must have at least one year of experience on a full-time Fire/EMS department and must have been a non- probationary employee.

• Applicants must have the following as of (July 19, 2021):

o WI State or National Registry – EMT-Basic or Higher Certification

o State of Wisconsin Certified Firefighter I, Firefighter II

o Candidate Physical Ability Test Certification

All applicants must have a CPAT Certification from within the past 12 months prior to appointment to the SSFD.

All applicants must have a WI State or National Registry – EMT- Paramedic Certification prior to appointment.

All applicants will be required to have or obtain WI State Driver/Operator Pumper Certification within one year of being appointed to the SSFD.

Applications may be picked up or requested from Jamie Adams at the South Shore Fire Department, 3900 Old Green Bay Road, Mt. Pleasant, WI 53403-9488. Phone (262) 995-1215. Email address

Applications must be returned prior to 4:30 p.m. on July 19, 2021.