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FIRE BRIGADE

 

Charles Ethier, Fire Chief

c.ethier@chelsea.ca

Natalie Chartrand, Executive Secretary

n.chartrand@chelsea.ca

 

John Pomeroy, Captain

Sonny Léveillée, Captain

Kevin Labelle, Captain

Benoit Demers, Lieutenant

Patrick Barbary, Lieutenant

Jonathan Léveillée, Lieutenant

Jean-Marc Bertrand, Lieutenant

 

Benoit Perry, Olivier Lepage-Thériault, Karen Léveillée, Louis-Georges Gaulin, Vincent Martine-Forget, Marc-Antoine Martin-Desmarais, Dana Périard, Patrick Perrier, Brian Middlemiss, François Masse, Geoffrey White, Jessica Connolly, Stéphane am Rhyn, Gérard Laliberté, Laurent Heinrich, Marc-Antoine Poissant, Martin Gagnon, Guillaume Massebeuf-Poulin, Maxime Patry-Parisien, Marianne Dion, Olivier Mineault, Alexandre Labrecque, Philip Thibault, Trevor Bergh, Sébastien Redmond, Antoine am Rhyn, Jean-Yves Dionne, Jessy Lirette-Massé, Gabriel Houde-Brisson, Frédéric Melanson, Dominic Morin, Pier-Olivier Gingras, Dominique Dagenais, Simon St-Jacques, Mathieu Grenier, Stéphan Tremblay.


RECRUITMENT

 

The Chelsea Fire Department is currently not recruiting. Potential candidates who wish to join our team are invited to submit a spontaneous application.

Here is a brief overview of the conditions for admission to the Fire Department:

 

  • Be at least 18 years old;
  • Hold a valid Quebec driver's license and class 4A;
  • Hold a valid first aid and CPR card;
  • Be bilingual, French-English;
  • Reside in Chelsea or within the maximum accepted limits (a maximum of 8 km from one of the three stations);
  • Being able to work in a team during emergency and stress situations;
  • Successfully complete the hiring process implemented by the Fire Department (example: written exam, physical exam, etc.)
  • Have the “Pompier 1” certificate or commit to and successfully complete theoretical and practical training (provincial and municipal requirement) in order to obtain the “Pompier 1” certificate (306 hours);
  • Be willing to respond to emergency calls during the day, evening, night and weekends and reach the minimum required.
  • Attend the practices organized by the Fire Department and reach the minimum required;
  • Be willing to follow any other training deemed necessary by the Department;

 

Candidates may send a current copy of their resume to:

Natalie Chartrand, Executive Secretary for the Chelsea Fire Department by email to n.chartrand@chelsea.ca or by mail to the following address:

100 Old Chelsea Road, Chelsea, Québec, J9B 1C1

 

For information

Chelsea Fire Department