Now Hiring: Vol. Firefighters, Police Officers, and More in Millersville!

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Now Hiring: Vol. Firefighters, Police Officers, and More in Millersville!

Now Hiring: Vol. Firefighters, Police Officers, and More in Millersville!

MILLERSVILLE TENNESSEE: (Smokey Barn News) – The city of Millersville is excited to announce multiple job openings in our community! We’re currently seeking passionate individuals to join our team as Volunteer Firefighters, Police Officers, as well as an opening of City Clerk. All the details you need are listed below. If you have any questions or need more information, don’t hesitate to reach out to us at [email protected]. We can’t wait to welcome new members to our team!

“Our city is embarking on a new chapter, guided by fresh leadership and a renewed commitment to progress. With a focus on unity, innovation, and community engagement, we’re excited to embrace the opportunities ahead and build a brighter future together.”


This employee is responsible for the protection of the life and property of the citizens of the city. This employee is under the direct supervision of the Chief of Police and the superior shift supervisor. The employee is expected to perform his or her duties according to state laws, city ordinances and the policies and procedures of the police department. Instructions to the employees are somewhat general but many aspects of the work follow standardized guidelines. However, the employee is frequently required to use independent judgment to complete tasks.

The employee will operate a variety of equipment including firearms, radio and communications equipment, police vehicles, radar, drug test kit, computer, and fingerprinting and emergency equipment.

The demands of this position can be stressful both mentally and physically. The employee may be required to run, jump, bend, climb, crawl, squat, lift and carry heavy objects. The employee will work both indoors and outdoors with the possibility of being exposed to adverse weather conditions and hazardous or extremely dangerous situations.

• Patrols, by foot or motor vehicle, the streets of the city, places of business, and residential districts enforcing city ordinances and state laws.
• Investigates suspected crimes, reports findings, and arrests suspected individuals.
• Investigates accidents involving persons or property, reports probable cause of accidents, and pursues appropriate course of action.
• Answers dispatched calls.

• Directs and controls traffic.
• Testifies in court or legal proceedings.
• May issue parking tickets.
• Maintains all law enforcement equipment.
• Provides specialized instruction and makes presentations to school classrooms, community groups, and others.
• Assists other departments or agencies with law enforcement activities.
• May perform emergency first aid.
• May provide animal control services.
• Serves as dispatcher.
• Operates a computer.
• Keeps records.
• Performs related work as required.

• Knowledge of the local jurisdiction, city ordinances, and state and federal laws.
• Effective methods of investigation.
• The court system and presentation of evidence in court proceedings.
• Geography of the city.
• Methods of first aid.
• Ability to react quickly and calmly in emergency situations and to determine the proper course of action.
• Ascertain facts by personal contact, observation, and the examination of records.
• Explain and interpret pertinent provisions of laws, ordinances and regulations.
• Enforce laws firmly, tactfully, equally, and with respect for the rights of others.
• Develop skill in the use and care of firearms.
• Establish and maintain an effective working relationship with the public and other employees. Contact with the general public, in a variety of circumstances, is frequent.
• Understand and execute difficult oral and written instructions and guidelines.

• Must possess a valid Tennessee driver’s license.
• Any combination of training and experience equivalent to:
• Graduation from high school.
• Must be a TN POST certified Officer
• Must meet the Minimum Standards POST Law (TCA 38-112-106).

APPLY TODAY: Please email a cover letter and resume to [email protected]

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The volunteer firefighter is responsible for work performed in combating, extinguishing, and preventing fires, and protection of life and property through firefighting activities. The volunteer firefighter performs other duties in areas such as responding to emergency medical calls, hazardous materials incidents, rescues, searches and other public safety or community service functions.

Duties may also include other support services under close supervision of the fire officers or other fire department members. Independent judgement is sometimes used according to the situation and sometimes different courses of action must be considered to complete the task.

• The employee will operate firefighting, rescue, and medical equipment to include: nozzles, hoses, self-contained breathing apparatus, power saw, generators, hydraulic tools, and medical life support equipment.
• A large part of the volunteers duty will be to attend supervised training, and maintaining equipment and quarters.
• All firefighting and emergency operations must be performed during all kinds of adverse weather and physical conditions.
• The firefighter will be expected to wear Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) to protect themselves from exposure to extreme heat, smoke, hazardous chemicals, and falling materials, blood, and other dangerous and life-threatening situations.

• Responds to fire alarms, connects hose, holds nozzle and directs water streams.
• Forces entry of premises for firefighting, rescue and salvage operations, uses chemical fire extinguishers, bars, hooks, lines, and other equipment.
• Removes persons from danger, administers first-aid to injured persons.
• Positions and climbs ladders to gain access to upper levels of buildings.
• Performs salvage operations such as throwing covers, sweeping water and removing debris.
• Carries charged hose line into structure for fire extinguishment.
• Physically able to wear complete set of protective clothing and self-contained breathing apparatus.
• Participates in fire drills and attends training classes in firefighting, first-aid, and related subjects.
• Performance of hazardous tasks under emergency conditions which may involve extreme exertion under such handicaps as smoke and cramped surroundings.
• Performs extreme strenuous and physical labor for extended periods under some unfavorable climatic conditions, frequently lifting objects weighing 50 to 100 pounds.
• Performs duties requiring bending, crouching, stooping, climbing and crawling in buildings or close quarters that may be filled with smoke. Drives fire apparatus when properly certified to do so.

• Performs general maintenance work in the up-keep of fire department property: cleans and washed walls and floors, makes minor repairs, washes and dries hoses, washes windows, paints, and otherwise maintains quarters.
• May operate departmental radio communications on special assignments, receives alarms, and notifies appropriate personnel.
• Participates in annual hose test, which involves unloading and reloading fire hose back on truck.
• Participates in flow testing fire hydrants, which involves taking caps off hydrant and opening up hydrant and checking water flow.

• Ability to read, understand and act upon printed information.
• Knowledge of fire prevention and State and City regulations as applied to fire fighting and prevention.
• Knowledge of geographic area of the City.
• Knowledge of general first aid.
• Knowledge of firefighting equipment and its intended uses.
• Ability to react quickly and calmly in an emergency situation and to determine the proper course of action.
• Ability to learn to operate a variety of firefighting equipment.
• Ability to learn to operate a large truck safely.
• Ability to work under extreme weather conditions and dangerous heights.
• Ability to understand and follow oral and written instruction.
• Ability to establish and maintain an effective working relationship with the public and other employees.
• Ability to wear heavy protective clothing for extended periods of time.
• Ability to climb ladders.
• Ability to operate power equipment.
• Ability to physically, mentally climb to different heights and function in close quarters.

• Must have high school diploma or successfully completed GED test.
• Must possess a valid driver’s license issued by the State of Tennessee. Must have held a valid driver’s license without revocation or suspension for 24 months.
• Must pass a medical examination by licensed physician.
• Must be able to pass an annual physical ability test administered by the department.

APPLY TODAY: Please email a cover letter and resume to [email protected]

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The City of Millersville is seeking a motivated, creative individual with excellent communication, organization, and management skills for our City Clerk. This is advanced clerical work involving the collection and recording of taxes, permit fees, utility payments, and other various municipal fees. The employee will operate a variety of modern office equipment including a calculator, cash register, copy machine and computer. Work is performed under the supervision of the City Recorder. Graduation from a standard high school or GED; one (1) year full-time experience in clerical accounting or office management required.

Paid Benefits include health and dental insurance, life insurance and vacation.

Work Remotely
• No

Job Type: Full-time

Salary: $16.00 – $18.00 per hour

• Dental insurance
• Health insurance
• Life insurance
• Paid time off
• Retirement plan
• Vision insurance

• Monday to Friday

• High school or equivalent (Preferred)

Work Location: In person

Please email a cover letter and resume to [email protected]

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