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    Default Guil-Rand and/or Archdale Information

    Hi, I am looking for information on both the Guil-Rand and Archdale Fire Departments.

    Please e-mail or IM me if you are a member of either department and do not mind answering a few basic questions.

    Thank You,

    Jeremy
    Last edited by jshively; 12-11-2006 at 03:45 PM. Reason: Brain Fart


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    Just curious why you are wanting to know. Planning on moving down this way? I work for EMS in Randolph County and could get someone to answer your questions, if I had some further info. to give them.

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    Can you give any info on Asheboro FD?
    How often do they hire, how can I find out if they are going to hire, pay scale, qualifications needed, hiring process?

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    Don't know a great deal about pay scale, etc. I do know they are looking to hire 3-5 firefighters right now, that will start in March or April. Pay is reasonable compared to the rest of the county. Must be EMT certified. Don't know any other certs. May want to call the Fire Station at 336- 625-4244 during business hours.

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    Medic I noticed that randolph EMS is looking for basics can you give any info on the EMS services in that county? If you could give an email address I would appreciate it.

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    Randolph Co EMS runs 6 trucks full-time (24 on/48 off) We also have a prime-time truck that is currently working 8a-8p (but rumor has it that those times may be changing to 10a-10p). The prime- time truck works a schedule more like law enforcement (m, t on; w, th off; f, sat, sun on; m, t, off; w, th on; f, sat, sun off--then repeat)

    If you have any further questions, sent you my e-mail address, if you didn't get it let me know.

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    no i didn't if you could resend it through a PM I would appreciate it I do have some more questions. If not email me rockguitar18@yahoo.com

    Thanks

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    got your e-mail... you should get a reply soon.

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    Default ? 's about giul-rand

    i work part time for them i may be able to answer your ?'s

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