The Second Step of the Hiring Process 

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The Hiring Process is an interviewing and selection process that includes multiple stations consisting of a panel interview, physical agility test (PAT), and a clinical scenario. All candidates are evaluated at their highest level of training.

If we receive satisfactory results after you complete all the assessments, we then make a conditional offer of employment. The offer is contingent upon the applicant passing a pre-placement health screening, which consists of a standard physical, drug test and TB test, and background/employment verification.

If the applicant successfully completes the pre-placement screening their employment starts at the next new hire orientation. If there are no vacant positions available upon completion of these steps you will be placed on a waiting list for upcoming academies.

Newly hired field employees will ride third person with a Field Training Officer (FTO) for approximately 8-weeks of field training before being released to an available shift. Be fluent in the English language

Step 1: Create an account/login profile on NREMT website

Step: 2: Submit a National Registry application and answer all questions truthfully

Step 3: The National Registry may deny certification or take other appropriate actions in regard to applicants for certification or recertification when a criminal conviction has occurred

Step 4: Pay the application fee of $125 (US funds). The application fee is non-transferable and non-refundable. This fee is charged for each attempt of the cognitive examination

Step 5: Candidates will receive an electronic Authorization to Test (ATT) once you are eligible for the exam. The electronic ATT contains scheduling instructions and important details concerning proper identification required at testing centers. You can find the ATT in the ‘Check Application Status’ page


Step Three: Take the Law Enforcement Exam

Passing the Emergency Service Exam is a requirement before being considered for employment at any Federal, State, Local emergency service agency. Doing well on the exam is important due to they will only invite the top 3 scores of each class to the interview. A passing score is 70, but to receive an invitation you will need to score in the 80’s and 90’s.

Step Four: Prepare for the Interview

The final step of the hiring process is the interview. Only the top 3 scores from each testing class receive an invitation for a face to face interview. This section will give you an idea on what to expect at the interview.


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Over 80% of all applicants fail to complete the hiring process due to being unprepared. Every applicant handles the stress of a timed exam differently, knowing what to expect is half the battle. The failure rates alone prove the case that preparation will increase your chances of getting hired. Click Start on the Video and listen to what our applicants say about our program.