Current Job Openings

Mifflin Township Division of Fire

Firefighter/Paramedic

Applications are being accepted for full-time firefighter/paramedics. The Mifflin Township Division of Fire provides fire and emergency medical services to the 37,000 residents living in the city of Gahanna and the 3.9 square mile unincorporated area of Mifflin Township. Responding to more than 11,800 calls for assistance last year with a response time of less than four minutes, the Division of Fire is one of the busiest fire departments in the region. Mifflin Fire provides Fire/EMS/Rescue from 4 stations. We operate two Engine Companies, 1 Heavy Rescue Company, 1 Ladder Company and three ALS Medics. 

Application Deadline is Aug 25th, 2017.  Application to include an Ohio FF II and Paramedic certificate.

2017 Firefighter Application Packet
Waiver of Liability
Physical Fitness Test
Health Provider Certificate
National Testing Network (NTN) registration not available until Aug. 4. 

Mifflin Township Division of Police

Officer
Applications are always being accepted for part-time police officers. Please use employment application below.


Employment Application Instructions

The employment application is a PDF with forms built into it. You must have Acrobat 9 / Acrobat Reader 9 or newer version to view. If you are having difficulties with the document, hard copies are available at the Mifflin Township office, 155 Olde Ridenour Rd., Gahanna, Ohio 43230 or by calling (614) 471-4494.

If you are using Internet Explorer: The document will open without changes.

If you are using Chrome: Open a new tab. Go to the address bar and type chrome:plugins. You will see a list of plugins. Find the one that reads Adobe Reader (should be highlighted in gray) and click the link that says Enable. Then close this tab. This will automatically disable the default chrome PDF viewer. The employment document should open as necessary. If Chrome is not up to date, it may prompt you to update it or give you the option to Run This Time. Click Run This Time and the document will open.

If you are using Firefox: When you open the document there will be prompt in the upper right corner of your screen that says Open with Different Viewer. To view the PDF, click the button and select Adobe Reader. The document should then open.