Attention Applicants

The deadline for all applications is September 2nd 2019 at 1700hrs.

All Applicants that have turned in a completed application will receive an invitation to participate in the PAT “Physical Agility Test” which will be held on September 21st 2019 at 0700 hours. The official test invitation and individual test group time will be emailed to each applicant, after September 2nd.

P.A.T

Reference the PAT information at the link below. http://d7fr.org/index.php/hiring-process/

Direct all concerns to:

Nathan LaField

District 7 Fire Rescue

A-Shift Captain

11615 Galm Road

San Antonio, TX 78254

210-688-0665 Office

210-892-3289 Fax

Nlafield@d7fr.org

Hiring Process Reopened

D7FR is looking for talented and motivated paramedics or Firefighter/EMTs to join our team. We have aggressive and progressive evidenced-based-protocols with state of the art equipment. If you are serious about providing the best out of hospital clinical care possible, consider applying today!

District 7 Fire Rescue is hiring

D7FR is looking for talented and motivated paramedics to join our team. We have aggressive and progressive evidenced-based-protocols with state of the art equipment. If you are serious about providing the best out of hospital clinical care possible, consider applying today!

2019 Station 116 Open House

Come join us as we open our beautiful new station on Highway 16!

This event is to thank you all for the continued support we receive from our community. We work hard everyday to make sure we have a safe place to live in our corner of Bexar County and we appreciate all of the support that our neighbors show us on a daily basis.

This event will include a free lunch and plenty of games and entertainment for the entire family. We will also be hosting Hands Only CPR classes along with a Stop the Bleed Course. Come over and meet us and learn more about what we do on a daily basis. A live vehicle extrication demo will be given as we show you how well our “Jaws of Life” tools work on a real car.

The Open House starts at 1pm on Sunday June 9th at Station 116 located at 18805 Highway 16 N San Antonio, TX 78023.  If you have any questions please contact us through our Facebook page.

 

Critical Incident Response Course

Are you interested in helping others get through stressful events?

It is a sad truth that we live in a time where horrible events have become somewhat of a regular occurrence. The Critical Incident Response Management (CISM) team is dedicated to help those who have been effected by these events. This training is open to anyone involved in emergency services or education.

Designed to present the core elements of a comprehensive, systematic and multi-component crisis intervention curriculum, this course will prepare participants to understand a wide range of crisis intervention services for both the individual and for groups. Fundamentals of Critical Incident Stress Management (CISM) will be outlined and participants will leave with the knowledge and tools to provide several group crisis interventions, specifically demobilizations, defusings and the Critical Incident Stress
Debriefing (CISD).

Below is a link for the flyer of this class. If you would like to sign up please follow the instructions on the flyer. If you have any questions please contact Denise Thompson at dthompson@d7fr.org or Chaplain Anthony Jimenez at ajimenez@d7fr.org.

Critical Incident Stress Management Training Jun 18-20 (1)

 

Rope Rescue ReSet Course

 

San Antonio, TX– Last week Bexar County District 7 Fire & Rescue participated in Rope ReSet course. This course trained the members of the Rescue Team on high-angle rescue situations.

This Rope Rescue ReSet course was a week-long training exercise that built upon the training that the Rescue had received months prior. During the week the team was able to build their knowledge on creating haul systems and how to maneuver while suspended in mid-air. This training was put to the test as the rescue team was told to repel over a hundred feet off a bridge and then climb their way up.

This knowledge and training can mean the difference between life and death in some situations. Being prepared for any situation that can arise is the epitome of being in the fire service and that is what this training is all about.

Rope Rescue training is the first step in the goal of becoming a Rescue Technician. A Rescue Technician is the highest level of accreditation a person can achieve within the rescue world. To become a Rescue Technician a person must reach the technician level in three specific disciplines. After this course the entire District 7 Rescue Team will be a Rope Rescue Technician.

This goal of gaining the title of Rescue Technician is a lofty goal for such a large group, however, this level of expertise is what District 7 Fire & Rescue expects department wide. District 7’s goal is to be prepared for any possible hazard and better protect the community.

For more photos from the training click here.


ISO Class Rating: 3



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