Daniel R. Munsey, Fire Chief/Fire Warden

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You can email us at joinus@sbcfire.org.

  • Certain felony conviction(s)
  • Dishonorable military discharge
  • On probation as directed by a court
  • Any Driving Under the Influence (DUI) conviction within two years of filing date

All positions that you qualify for, you are eligible to test for~ look at all the minimum requirements.

Modern fire stations have separate sleeping and bathroom/shower facilities for men and women. Older stations have been retrofitted with separate bathroom/shower facilities, but common sleeping areas remain. The Department makes every effort to provide the best available solution to privacy issues at each station. And by the way, everyone takes turns cooking, so you might want to start thinking about some of your favorite family recipes.

Yes, we provide or assist in FSA’s and AO’s attaining EMT, Paramedic, and Firefighter 1 training.

A valid driver’s license is required.

When the needs of the Department dictate, the top candidates on the eligibility list will move to the next step in the selection process. Candidates will remain on the eligible list for 12 months.

The examination content for each position is outlined in the job bulletin.

Yes. Firefighters are members of one of the most physically demanding occupations in the world. You must be in top physical condition to perform the tasks required of a Firefighter, such as rescuing victims, carrying equipment, raising ladders, and performing automobile extractions. Firefighters, FSA’s and AO’s have different requirements; see the individual page for the details of each.

Tattoos are allowed. However, the San Bernardino County Fire Department holds its members to the highest standards of professionalism; therefore, our professional appearance is of the utmost importance. Members with tattoos and scarification must keep them covered by a Department-approved uniform or a skin patch while in the field.

A copy of your DD214 should be submitted with your application for review and consideration for Veteran’s credit.

U.S. Citizenship is not required to apply. However, candidates must have the proper status (green card, work visa, etc.) to work legally in the United States.

Visit our Human Resources page to find current job opportunities, use the “Apply” link in the job description to begin your application. Sign up for job notifications at the San Bernardino County Human Resources job descriptions website. In the Search bar type in “Fire” and select which job(s) you would like to receive notifications for, and fill out the interest card(s). You will receive an email notifying you of the job opening when positions open for recruitment. A new interest card must be filled out every year or in the event your information changes. NeoGov will send you a verification email with each position you showed an interest for.