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Fort Bliss Fire Department updated their cover photo.
January 5
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Fort Bliss Fire Department updated their cover photo.
January 5
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This is the 3rd year Milam Youth Center has hosted a dinner for Engine Companies 41 and 51. Thank you MILAM YC!!!!

This was made by one of our own, Edwin Lucero, we're very proud of him and his work of art. Thank you Edwin.

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Another great appearance in the local community Thanksgiving Day Parade! From the left back row: Firefighter Amador, Firefighter Isom, Firefighter Armendariz, El Paso Mayor Oscar Leeser, Firefighter Molinar, Firefighter DeVaughan, Lieutenant Sanchez, and Firefighter Clapper as Sparky! Front Row Firefighter Lucero, Lieutenant Chavira, and Firefighter Ortiz - Great Job!

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Fort Bliss Fire Department updated their profile picture.
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It's with great sadness that we respond one last time with former Fort Bliss Firefighter Kevin Aguilar to a better place, RIP Brother.

Fort Bliss Fire Department updated their profile picture.
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We have a GS-6 Public Safety Dispatcher position open now until Nov 27th. It requires Hazardous Materials (HAZMAT) Awareness, Telecommunicator I, and Telecommunicator II certifications. Check the announcement to see if you are eligible to apply: https://www.usajobs.gov/GetJob/ViewDetails/421136700

About the Position: You will serve as a Public Safety Dispatcher for the Directorate of Emergency Services, Fire Protection and Prevention Division. Who May Apply: Only applicants who meet one of the employment authority categories below are eligible to apply for this job. You will be asked to ident…
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While this should give you a chuckle, it's serious business.

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Fort Bliss Application Hints Part 2 of 3 – More Resume Tips
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So how do you apply for Army Jobs, especially at Fort Bliss TX? Dust off you old resume and just submit it. Better yet, before you do that, copy and paste directly from the job announcement into your resume…think it doesn’t happen? For example on our current Lead Firefighter Announcement you will find this statement:

To qualify based on your experience, your res...

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About the Position: Fort Bliss supports over 30,000 troops, and has undergone the largest post expansion in the Army. It is the home of the 1st Armored Division, FORSCOM deployable units, and has a full scope of base support elements. It is home to the U.S. Army Sergeant's Major Academy, William Bea…
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Fort Bliss Application Hints Part 1 of 3 - Resume Tips

Most resumes are written poorly; you must fully document your experience.
That doesn't mean you tell me you are experienced. You must tell me what your experience is and I will measure your experience. The following bullets are actual poorly written sentences from resumes that we have received:

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Please apply to come to work for Fort Bliss - the largest growing fire department in the US Army!

Current Vacancies:
1. GS-0081-8 (4 each) Lead Firefighter (Lieutenant) (72 hour work week) - https://www.usajobs.gov/GetJob/ViewDetails/413258300
2. GS-0081-9 (1 each) Lead Fire Inspector (60 hour work week) - https://www.usajobs.gov/GetJob/ViewDetails/412205900...
3. GS-0081-11 (1 each) Assistant Fire Chief for Prevention (60 hour work week) - https://www.usajobs.gov/GetJob/ViewDetails/412237800
4. GS-2151-6 (1 Each) Emergency Dispatcher (40 hour work week) - https://www.usajobs.gov/GetJob/ViewDetails/413677100

Upcoming Vacancies:
1. GS-0081-9 (1 each) Fire Protection Specialist (Instructor) (60 hour work week)
2. GS-0081-9 (1 each) Supervisory Firefighter (Captain) (144 hour work week)
3. GS-2151-8 (1 each) Emergency Dispatch Supervisor (40 hour work week)
4. GS-0081-7 (Up to 7 each) Firefighter (144 hour work week) - Requires EMT
5. GS-0081-6 (Up to 6 each) Firefighter (144 hour work week) – Does not require EMT

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National Fire Protection Association (NFPA)

Ladies and gentlemen: the #FirePreventionWeek announcement you have been waiting for!