Volunteer Firefighters

We have about 40 active volunteer firefighters in our department.  The demand on their time to fulfill the requirements to be an active volunteer firefighter are substantial, and only those with the determination to be successful achieve their certification and move on to be a cadet.  The next one could be you!


VOLUNTEERING WITH SPRING FIRE DEPARTMENT

When you volunteer with Spring Fire Department, you get the training and guidance you need to keep the community and yourself safe.

We’re looking for courage, intelligence, a cool head under pressure, and most of all, a desire to make Spring, Texas a better, safer, place for everyone.

Applicant Requirements:
  • High School Diploma or GED (if still in school, grades must be kept above 75%)
  • Valid Texas Driver’s License
  • Completed Physical – click here to download the physical form email it to HR@springfd.org
  • Attendance of at least 1 Information session
  • Link to Department Locations
  • March 23rd Station 77, 10 am – 12 am
  • April 16th Station 74, 7 pm – 9 pm
  • April 22nd Station 74, 7 pm – 9 pm
  • April 30th Station 74, 7 pm – 9 pm
Recruit Academy:
  • Application Close April 28th
  • Recruit Academy starts May 14th
  • Duration 6 Months of Tuesday Evenings and Saturdays
  • Tuesdays Evening Academics class begins at 7pm
  • Saturdays Skills classes begin at 8am
  •  Attain State Firefighter’s and Fire Marshals’ Association of Texas (SFFMA) Firefighter 1 certification by passing written exams.

Benefits of volunteering

When you volunteer with Spring Fire Department, you become part of something bigger than yourself.

Become part of a team that becomes your family and gives you opportunities most never receive including serving the citizens of our great community.

Benefits:
  • Comprehensive training resulting in a Firefighter 1 certification from the State Firefighter’s and Fire Marshals’ Association
  • Incentive allowance per shift volunteered
  • Eligibility for tuition reimbursement for some Fire and EMS related certifications
  • Eligibility to receive lifetime retirement pay after age 55 with over 10 years of qualified service through the Texas Emergency Services Retirement System
  • Department provided on-duty and off-duty life insurance; accident insurance; disability benefits
  • Opportunity to make lifelong friends and become part of the fire service brotherhood/sisterhood
  • An excellent path to a full-time or part-time career position in the fire service

Job Postings

We are currently not accepting Volunteer Fire Fighter applications