Our Members

Current 2015-2016 Officers

Chief: Michael Jordan
Assistant Chief: Brandon Gawlowski

Fire
Captain: Michael Kirk  Lieutenant: Erik Gawlowski

EMS Captain: Sam Shulaw  EMS Lieutenant: Nikki Jones

Firefighters & EMT’s:

Probationary Firefighter & EMT: 

Junior Firefighters:

RANK STRUCTURE

  • Probationary Firefighter (PFF) – is an “at will” entry level position that is currently being trained and evaluated during their first 12 months of volunteering, or till black helmet exam is completed.
  • Junior Firefighter (JRFF) – These are students under the age of 18 and must have parent permission to actively serve the department. Junior do not respond to events unless called by and officer as needed to respond. Juniors must maintain grade level and attendance in school.
  • Firefighter (FF) –  is a basic worker that is responsible for hose line placement, fire suppression, operating rescue tools, search and rescue, etc. These Firefighters have completed there black helmet exams and are qualified as interior operations for fire fighting.
  • EMS Captain 3501 (CAPT) – This officer supervises daily operations, training, and emergency response of all EMS the personnel assigned to EMS.
  • EMS Lieutenant 3502 (LT) – This officer supervises daily operations, training, and emergency response of all EMS the personnel assigned to EMS. In the absence of the Captain, works as “Acting EMS Capt”
  • Lieutenant (LT) – This officer supervises daily operations, training, and emergency response of an Engine Company or Rescue Company and the personnel assigned to it. In the absence of the Captain, works as “Acting Capt”
  • Captain (CAPT) – This officer supervises daily operations, training, and emergency response of a Ladder/Truck Company and the personnel assigned to it and the Fire Station. They may have one or more Lieutenants working at the station on an Engine Company or Rescue Company. This officer is often the initial commander at emergencies and can be called upon to fill in for the Battalion Chief during his or her absence. A Captain may also be over a special section or function.
  • Assistant Chief 302 – Manage, control, and direct activities of personnel assigned to the Operations Division.  Manage the administrative and operational functions of the Department.  Develop, implement, and administer programs and projects to ensure the continued quality of fire services and facilities through the effective use of resources.  Provide professional and technical assistance to the Fire Chief and other department staff.  Assist in preparing the Operating and Capital Improvement Budgets and oversees the planning and construction of future fire stations.
  • Fire Chief 301 – The executive head of the Fire Department and is directly responsible for proper and efficient operations.  Supervise, regulate and manage the department and have control of all its personnel and activities, including fire safety education, fire protection, fire extinguishment, emergency medical service, administration, and to provide highly responsible and technical assistance to the City Manager, County Manger, Boards of Commissioners and More.