The Lathrop Manteca Fire District utilizes volunteers in the Reserve Firefighter role to augment its effective emergency staffing strength. The Fire Board has authorized the Fire Chief to fill these ranks with up to 25 members.
The LMFD prides itself on having one of the best opportunities available for those that want to serve in this capacity. Members typically are looking to either serve the civic needs of their community, or provide training to further their career opportunities.
Our Reserve Firefighters are volunteers that are provided a stipend for their service, and to help cover out of pocket expenses. They are held accountable to LMFD training standards. Training is typically conducted while serving and 1 additional evening permonth.
Do recognize any of these faces?
What are the typical duties of a firefighter? Fire Station 32 is the perfect opportunity to find out!
Fire Station 32 is partially staffed by trained Reserve Firefighters of the LMFD's team. It is located at 22701 S. Union Rd. and services the rural areas south of Manteca.
This opportunity allows members opportunities like no other! Do have a desire to learn, to possibly save someones life, or to gain real life experiences as to what it's like to be a firefighter? Possibilities are great here at the LMFD.
Are you looking to purse a career in the fire service? Do you want to give back to your community in a civic role? Join our team!
While this is certainly not a full time commitment, the LMFD has opportunities for it's Reserve Firefighters for the following:
- Earn the Experience requirement to Complete your State Certified Fire Fighter I
- Earn the Experience requirement to Complete your State Certified Fire Fighter II
- Earn your way to promote through a rank process of Reserve Fire Fighter I, Reserve Fire Fighter II, Reserve Engineer
- Earn a Stipend to help out with covering the costs associated with various expenses
They are the faces of our Reserve Firefighters!
Station 32 Assignment