Brevard County Fire Rescue Reservists and Volunteers

EMS Reservists

EMS Reservists offer an exceptional service to the community and to Brevard County Fire Rescue. Reservists lend their medical talent on a volunteer basis to help citizens in a medical emergency. At the same time, the program provides Brevard County Fire Rescue with additional staff at a cost savings to the taxpayers. Reservists are used in special details such as medical standby at baseball and football games, Teen-Fest, rodeos, and other public based functions that require medical assistance.

EMS Reservist Requirements

  • Florida State certified EMT (Emergency Medical Technician) and/or Paramedic.
  • Complete reservist application.
  • Attend required training sessions.
  • Pass department required physical and background check.

Fire Reservists/Volunteers

Brevard County Fire Rescue fire operations are supplemented by our fire reservist program. Fire reservists are unpaid members of the department and serve alongside our career personnel on a variety of emergency calls including structure fires, brush fires, vehicle accidents, etc. Reservists can choose to ride at any one of BCFRs 31 stations. When necessary, reservists also provide stand-by coverage at special events throughout the county.

To be considered for the Fire Reservist Program, applicants must meet the following:

  • Must be 18 years of age
  • Have a minimum of Florida Firefighter One Certificate of Competency
  • Have a clean driving record
  • Attend an application/orientation meeting (held on the 3rd Wednesday of each month)

BCFR also has contractual agreements for service with the following volunteer fire stations:

Fire reservists and volunteers will be required to attend regular meetings and training sessions in order to remain in good standing.

For more information on becoming a member of the reserve or volunteer programs, contact us at (321) 633-2056.