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(Full-Time and Part-Time)

Bensenville, Illinois


Bensenville Fire Protection District

500 S. York Road

Bensenville, IL 60106

Phone: 630-350-3441

Fax: 630-350-3421




Starting Salary: $14.50/hour ($15/hour - 1/19)

Population: 20,000

Sworn Officers: 22

Application Deadline: NA



The Bensenville Fire Protection District #2 is currently seeking qualified individuals for the position of permanent Full-time and Part-time Paramedic.



Applications are available online at:

(Employment Tab)



Paramedics hired are assured of at least 10/24-hour duty shifts!!!



Candidates must:

  • Be at least 21 years of age

  • Have high school diploma or GED

  • Be willing to attend and pass BFPD certified Firefighter Basic Operations program with the Illinois Office of the State Fire Marshall; Attendance will be at a reduced tuition rate

  • Be IDPH licensed EMT-P with ability to test into Loyola EMS system

  • Have current CPAT and Ladder; Will assist with the training for the CPAT certification

  • Have valid Illinois Driver's License

  • Not have felony convictions


Job Description:

  • Candidates will be responsible for district ambulances

  • Candidates will be responsible for patient care and completing all necessary patient care report forms

  • Candidates will perform exterior structural firefighting operations as taught in orientation

  • Candidates will be required to become familiar with district vehicles, operations, and Loyola SOPs

  • Work as part of the Districts Pub Education Program

  • Candidates will report to the Battalion Chief while on duty

  • Other duties as assigned



  • Starting pay is $14.50 per hour with an annual salary increase in January of every year; January 2019 $15.00 will be the hourly pay

  • Candidates will/can work at least ten 24-hour shifts, which will be filled by a shift bidding; If not able to work 24-hour shifts, 8 and 12-hours shifts are also available

  • Specialty certifications qualify for stipends after completion of 3 years of service

  • Free Continuing Education Programs (IDPH classes)

  • 457B Retirement program

  • Preference points awarded when testing for a commission firefighter/paramedic position



No current IAFF members are eligible for this position.












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