Salary Range: $90,000–$140,000 annually, negotiable.
Troy, Illinois, is ideally located in the St. Louis Metro East area, which offers the lifestyle of a neighborhood community while having quick and easy access to many of the exciting cultural and entertainment activities, as well as numerous business and educational opportunities available in the surrounding St. Louis Metropolitan area. The City is located thirty minutes from Lambert St. Louis International Airport and twenty minutes from Downtown St. Louis, Missouri.
Troy Fire Protection District is committed to providing professional emergency fire rescue services to the citizens of Troy, IL and the surrounding area. The station is made up of brave souls who risk their lives every day in order to keep our community safe. We also work toward improving fire safety awareness via educational courses, community programs, station house tours and more.
Salary Range: $90,000–$140,000 annually, negotiable. Starting salary is dependent upon experience and education and will be negotiated at time of hire. The District also provides a generous benefit package.
Please submit a signed and completed application, cover letter, resume, and any other relevant supporting documentation no later than 5:00 p.m. Eastern on Friday, November 4, 2022.
The TFPD covers 64 square miles of suburban and rural areas. The current population is approximately 14,500 with most concentrated in the City of Troy proper. The Troy Fire Protection District (TFPD) has a long history of volunteerism with deep rooted pride. In 2014, the TFPD established a fire-based EMS service with two ambulances staffed with seven full time paramedics and twenty-five part-time paramedics/EMT’s. Currently, all EMS personnel do not participate in fire suppression activities other than EMS support. Fire Suppression is made up of one part-time Deputy Chief, one part-time Assistant Chief, and thirty volunteers. The district currently maintains three ALS ambulances, two engines, one ladder, one squad, two tenders, two duty vehicles and one utility truck. The current yearly call volume averages 375 fire related calls and 1350 EMS calls.