Become a Fire Extension Trainer
Part of what makes our programs successful is the ability of our county level staff,
volunteers and community partners to help teach.
The West Virginia University Extension Service often seeks Extension Trainers for
their Fire Service program. These positions work on a
sporadic (as needed) schedule. They serve as trainers throughout the state
and will be required to travel as needed.
In order to be successful in this position, one must be able to:
- Act as lead or assistant instructor to train multiple individuals in various areas of fire and emergency response.
- Perform assigned duties in potentially hazardous conditions in full personal protective equipment.
- Independently travel to assigned trainings.
- Operate in full personal protective equipment for extended periods of time in all weather and hazardous conditions related to the Fire Service.
- High school diploma
- At least six (6) years of adult experience in fire, rescue, hazmat, etc.
- At least one (1- year of experience as a subject matter expert in areas of fire, police or emergency response training
- Demonstrated mastery of skills and knowledge in a nationally recognized area of fire, explosion and rescue fields, including, but not limited to, fire fighting, leadership and hazmat
Adjunct Instructor Resources
After requesting access, you will leave this site and go to Extension Employee site to access these materials.;
- Adjunct Instructor Manual
- Personal Information File
- Family Education Right to Privacy Act
- FSE Timesheet Cycle 1
- FSE Timesheet Cycle 2
- Class Completion Checklist
- Live Burn Accountability
- Medical Parameters
- Student Instructor Hours
- Class Roster
West Virginia University is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer and the recipient of an NSF ADVANCE award for gender equity. The University values diversity among its faculty, staff and students, and invites applications from all qualified individuals, including minorities, females, individuals with disabilities and veterans.