Website Regina Fire & Protective Services

Openings: TBD

Type of Posting: Internal & External

Location Name: City of Regina, Regina, Saskatchewan, CA

Date Posted: September 15, 2023

Closing Date: October 29, 2023

Profession: Fire Protection Services

Experience Level(s): Mid-Level

Desired Employment Status: Permanent

Education Level(s): International Fire Service Accreditation Congress (IFSAC) or Pro Board Certification for National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) 1001 Level I and II and Primary Care Paramedic Certification.

Job ID: 1716

Position Summary


As a member of the Fire Operations team, City of Regina fire fighters protect the lives and property of the city’s citizens by conducting prevention services, providing fire safety education, combating and extinguishing fires and working in other emergency situations under a variety of conditions frequently involving considerable hazard. In this position you may also be assigned to the Emergency Communications Centre as a fire fighter dispatcher.


Note: Shift work including weekends and statutory holidays is required.

Duties & Responsibilities


  • Perform fire prevention and inspection duties in assigned area.
  • Teach basic fire prevention and life safety techniques at schools and at public venues.
  • Participate in public relations projects involving visits, demonstrations and community events as directed.
  • Responsible for all fire suppression duties necessary to save life and property, combat, extinguish and/or prevent fires by rapidly and efficiently performing varied duties as required under emergency conditions.
  • Provide emergency medical response and aid; perform rescue/extrication operations where necessary to prevent loss of life or further injury from any cause.
  • Perform a variety of rescue related duties to protect the public and lessen the severity of injuries related to motor vehicle collisions including the extrication of victims from collisions, and incidents involving hazardous materials.
  • Perform various maintenance duties to fire services apparatus, equipment, and department property.
  • Attend training classes and study assigned materials related to the emergency services including, but not limited to, firefighting, fire prevention, rescue, emergency medical services and Hazardous Materials.
  • Candidates will be expected to certify and maintain certification within their various assignments.
  • Perform duties of the Emergency Communications Centre as assigned.
  • Perform related work as required.


Education & Experience


Application Prerequisites

Candidates must include in their application the following original documents (see below 1-7). DO NOT attach any other documents but the seven listed below.


   Candidates will be screened on the following criteria:

  • Copy of High School Certificate or Official High School Transcript.
  • International Fire Service Accreditation Congress (IFSAC) or Pro Board Certification for National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) 1001 Level I and II.
  • Primary Care Paramedic (PCP) Certification and must possess a current practicing license in the Province of Saskatchewan. Copy of Saskatchewan license, current PCP 2011 NOCP, ITLS and CPR certificates.


           *Please note that at this time, we will also accept proof of successful completion of Primary Care Paramedic and a restricted license with the ability to obtain the COPR during the probationary period.


  • Must possess a valid driver’s license with air brake endorsement. A Class 3A is an asset. Submit the front and back of your license.
  • A current five-year individual driver’s abstract (no more than three months old from application date).
  • A current Criminal Record Check (no more than three months old from application date).
  • A current York Firefighter Fitness Assessment Certificate (no more than six months old).*


*If you have acquired the York Firefighter Fitness Assessment Certificate (no more than six months old) you may submit this along with your application. If you do not have this certificate, physical testing has been scheduled into the recruitment process.   

Knowledge, Skills & Abilities


All Firefighter recruits must:

  • Have the ability to understand and execute oral and written instructions, act quickly and calmly in emergency situations, and be able to establish and maintain effective working relationships
  • Be in excellent physical condition
  • Have personal health habits that develop and maintain resiliency
  • Have the ability to observe, identify and communicate about mental health matters
  • Have the willingness to participate in mental health sessions and counseling for the development and maintenance of positive and resilient mental health.


All applicants must meet the vision and hearing requirements:

  • Near vision acuity of 20/40 or better binocular, uncorrected or corrected.
  • Far vision acuity of 20/40 or better binocular, corrected with contact lenses or spectacles OR 20/100 or better binocular for wearers of hard contacts or spectacles or new soft contact lens wearers, uncorrected.
  • Far vision acuity of 20/100 in the worse eye, corrected or uncorrected.
  • Normal color vision (Ishihara & Farnsworth testing methods accepted) for use of equipment such as imaging devices.
  • Have normal hearing test results (no more than 30 decibel hearing loss in either ear average at 500, 1000, 2000 & 3000 HZ)


Note, Vision testing is incorporated into the York Firefighter Fitness Assessment testing.
Fire Fighter Assessment Schedule Timeline:
Posting – September 15 – October 29, 2023
Written Exam (7th Edition IFSTA Textbook) – November 4, 2023
1st Round Interviews – November 14-21, 2023
Physical Testing  – December 11-15, 2023
2nd Round Interviews – January 15 – 23, 2024
3rd Round Interviews – February 17, 2024
Employment Start Date – March 18, 2024

✓ Note: Testing may be done to evaluate knowledge, skills and abilities.

✓ Note: As per the City of Regina’s Criminal Record Check Policy, the successful candidate is required to provide a satisfactory criminal record check.

✓ Note: Successful candidates will be required to provide proof of acquired education.

Jurisdiction: Local 181

Division: Fire & Protective Services

Department: Fire & Protective Services

Hourly Salary: $33.24 – $54.72 (2023 rates)

Bi-weekly Salary: $2,659.00 – $4,579.00 (2023 rates)

Annual Salary: $69,400.00 – $119,509.00 (2023 rates)

The City of Regina acknowledges that we are on Treaty 4 Territory, and the traditional lands of the Cree, Saulteaux, Dakota, Nakota, Lakota, and the homeland of the Métis Nation.

We want to show our recognition and respect to the Nations and the ancestors of this territory, we are grateful for the privilege to be here, to co-exist. We recognize that much of the harms of the past have shaped our relationship; we are committed to our work of building trust. We hope for good and everlasting relationships to create true partnerships with Indigenous peoples.

Regina is committed to employment equity and accessibility. We encourage applications from members of equity-seeking communities including women, racialized and Indigenous persons, persons with disabilities and persons of all sexual orientations and gender identities/expressions.

Note: The City of Regina strives to provide reasonable access and accommodations throughout the application and selection process. If you would like to request an accommodation at any stage of the process, please note in your application or contact 306-777-7000.

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