Glendale Fire Department's Crisis Response Program

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The Crisis Response Program is part of the Glendale Fire Department, where interns and volunteers work along side firefighters and police officers providing crisis intervention, resources and other necessary resources to those experiencing a 911 emergency in the West Valley. The program operates 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Interns and volunteers "live" at the fire station during their shift. A shift can be 12 or 24 hours in length.


When on shift, interns and their partners are responsible for checking the van to ensure all required supplies are on the van, this can be anything from Teddy Bears to pamphlets for an agency to Kleenex. Once the unit it dispatched to a call, the crew will respond in a timely manner to the incident and provide the necessary assistance to those experiencing a 911 emergency.


All applicants must be 21 years of age, must pass a background check, be scheduled for a ride along with a CR crew and pass interview prior to being accepted into the program. Interns must have an AZ driver's license in order to apply for this internship. Once accepted, interns must complete online classes as well as classroom training. Afterwards they will be assigned a shift to work during the week and will stick to that shift for the duration of their internship.


Required - People Skills, Dependable Team Player, Hard Worker, Able To Multi-task, Dedicated

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