The Monona Fire and Emergency Medical Services Departments minimize the risk of death, injury, and property loss from fires, medical emergencies, or natural disasters. In addition to providing a coordinated and timely response to emergencies, the Fire / EMS Department also attempts to enhance public safety through preventive activities, such as code enforcement and public education programs.
Fire Chief Scott Sullivan, appointed by the Police and Fire Commission, heads the Fire / EMS Department and supervises Paid-on-Call Firefighters, along with eight full-time employees who serve as firefighters, paramedics and fire inspectors. The department is responsible for inspecting all commercial, industrial, and multi-unit residential buildings in the city to ensure compliance with state and local fire codes.
Now Accepting Applications
The Monona Fire Department is currently accepting applications for firefighter/paramedics. While there is no current vacancy, this application process will be used to establish an eligibility list from which to fill any future vacancies. To view a full job description and/or apply, go to mymonona.com/jobs..