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Our thoughts and prayers are with the McInerny family tonight along with our brothers at @fallbrookfire.

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The word "legend" gets thrown around a lot these days but one man who has earned that title unequivocally is Stormy McInerny. It is with profound sadness that we share the news of the sudden death of Stormy earlier this morning. Engineer McInerny retired 2 weeks ago and was just recognized on Tuesday for his 32 years of service to North County Fire. Stormy also served as an instructor at Palomar College for many years and trained an entire generation of paramedic students. He leaves behind his wife and 3 children. The McInerny family has been overwhelmed with the love and outpouring of support from everyone. Please keep his family in your thoughts and prayers during this difficult time. #RIP #FallenFirefighter #FallbrookFirefighters #Fallbrook #Local1622 #CAFirefighter #FireDepartment #Firefighter #Firefighters #FireDept #Firefighting #Medic #Paramedic
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Our thoughts and prayers are with the McInerny family tonight along with our brothers at @fallbrookfire.

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The word legend gets thrown around a lot these days but one man who has earned that title unequivocally is Stormy McInerny. It is with profound sadness that we share the news of the sudden death of Stormy earlier this morning. Engineer McInerny retired 2 weeks ago and was just recognized on Tuesday for his 32 years of service to North County Fire. Stormy also served as an instructor at Palomar College for many years and trained an entire generation of paramedic students. He leaves behind his wife and 3 children. The McInerny family has been overwhelmed with the love and outpouring of support from everyone. Please keep his family in your thoughts and prayers during this difficult time. #RIP #FallenFirefighter #FallbrookFirefighters #Fallbrook #Local1622 #CAFirefighter  #FireDepartment #Firefighter #Firefighters #FireDept #Firefighting #Medic #Paramedic

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And shortly midnight you, Vista Firefighters Local 4107 and Pala sent crews to staff Fallbrook so they could bring their brother home and honor him. It was an experience I wish had never been a part of but yet so necessary. The firefighting family is amazing and I am so grateful to know and have worked with such amazing people. As much Storm McInerny is on my heart, so are all of you in such a grateful way.

Hope to meet you in Heaven one day. Thank you for all your efforts and sacrifices. Because of you, I’m sure there’s lots of people doing what they pursued because of you! I’m sure no one will forget you that knew you. Wish I could’ve met you in some type of path of ours. Rest In Piece 🙏🏽

I am sorry peace for the family

So sorry for your loss! ❤️🙏🇺🇸👨‍🚒

Rest in Heaven....thank you for your service. Sending condolences to his family and friends.

Best wishes from England ! X

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Is there a paramedic position .

Petsmart early stocker pays more -up to 6k/year more.

Nick Gore

NOW HIRING EMT’s. If you are an EMT and interested in working for Oceanside Fire please click the link in our profile and apply.

#publicsafety#firstresponders#osidefire#firedepartment#firehouse#firefighter#fireservice#firerescue#firestation
#firelife#safeoside#oside#abetteroside#oceanside#oceansideCA#cityofoceanside#northcounty#northcountySD#sandiego
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NOW HIRING EMT’s. If you are an EMT and interested in working for Oceanside Fire please click the link in our profile and apply. 

#publicsafety#firstresponders#osidefire#firedepartment#firehouse#firefighter#fireservice#firerescue#firestation
#firelife#safeoside#oside#abetteroside#oceanside#oceansideCA#cityofoceanside#northcounty#northcountySD#sandiego

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Take it easy people, it’s an entry level public service job. If you stick with the city and prove yourself to be a valuable employee there will be opportunities for pay increase as your responsibilities increase. You are all correct in saying that you can get $15 for flipping burgers so why be an EMT.... well to you I say DONT be an EMT, your mind is not in the right place and YES it is ridiculous that the people in CA voted to pay burger flippers $15hr.

I’m sorry, but I thought “minimum wage was $15 an hour ... and even that is not enough for all you do!!!! First responders deserve so much more for all you do !!!!!!

I just retired as an EMT after 38 years. Sorry to say, that is what THEY believe EMTs are worth in California. That's one reason I left a job I loved.

In all due respect, I believe that most of the shares for this posting is the absurd rate of pay. Per transparent California, the median pay of your city workers is $85,510. At $12/hr, that equates to 29% of the median income. We all know that California is ridiculously expensive, so this starting rate of pay excludes many people who aren’t born with a silver spoon, living at home, and has zero debt to their name. Moreover, at 29% of the median income in your city, it shows that there is a disproportionate amount of money going towards jobs that aren’t as critical as an EMT. As I’ve stated, take a hard look at the rate of pay. I would LOVE to be an EMT, but can’t afford to be one.

Yes it would be a paramedic firefighter position

REALLY, $12.00 and hour, flipping burgers at McDonalds pays that, At least give these up and coming first responders a fair wage for the schooling they have started. Just Saying.

Do you hire firefighters from ems or still have to test?

Is there a paramedic position to promote into?

Everyone who’s complaining about pay is probably burned out... You’re in the wrong profession if you do this job for the money. Most of you probably didn’t start as a volunteer. That’s what’s wrong with the fire service. The younger generation just expects to be handed a 100k/year job with no experience and no dues paid. This is a great opportunity to work for a great department in a beautiful location. Who knows, you work your butt off maybe you have a good chance at the next FF announcement.........

Tonya Esses

Is there health insurance?

You should consider raising your wage. No one can live on this.

Where can i apply

Rell Wolfe

James Jamie

Wage is shameful

totally Back asswards

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Thank you to the Woman’s club of Oceanside for your continued support of the Oceanside Firefighter Association! They donated proceeds from a recent chili cook off to help us reach out to our community with donations. ... See MoreSee Less

Thank you to the Woman’s club of Oceanside for your continued support of the Oceanside Firefighter Association! They donated proceeds from a recent chili cook off to help us reach out to our community with donations.
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The Oceanside Firefighters Association would like to welcome 7 new members from Oceanside Fire Academy 14. Oceanside Firefighters are unique. We are the only Fire Department in our zone that holds full fire academies for our new hires. New hires spend a minimum of 8 weeks full time additional training making sure we are ready to serve the public to the highest standard. Training starts with Physical Conditioning that tests the employees ability to perform under the physical and mental stress the job demands. Training includes three main disciplines: Hose, Ladders and Ventilation. Structural Firefighting, Wildland Firefighting, Confined Space, Rope Rescue, Swift Water, Vehicle Rescue, Live Fire Operations and Paramedic Skills are just some of the other required performance topics that our Recruits are expected to learn and know. This is only the start of there continued on-the-job training. Congratulations on your success as our most newly graduated academy!

The Oceanside Firefighters Association, IAFF LOCAL 3736, is a union membership of roughly 100 individuals who work as firefighters, engineers and captains with the Oceanside Fire Department. Although a separate entity than the Fire Department, the OFA works collaboratively with the fire department administration, operations and prevention to promote safety and fire prevention within the community.  The OFA is proud of our Oceanside community and hosts multiple fundraisers to support community organizations including the annual charity golf contest, surf contest and our pancake breakfast during harbor days. Proceeds from all of these events are donated back to our community organizations.  As members of the International Association of Firefighters and the California Professional Firefighters, the association is active in the political arena at the local, state and national level to preserve the safety and welfare of its members.