Alan Jarmon currently serves as a volunteer Lieutenant in the Ocean City Fire Department in Ocean City, Maryland. He began his fire service career as a cadet in the Ocean City Fire Department in 2001. Since 2001, he has held various positions in the field of Public Safety to include Correctional Officer with Wicomico County Department of Corrections, 911 Dispatcher with Worcester County Department of Emergency Services, Career NREMT with Blades Volunteer Fire Company.
In 2015, the Seaford Volunteer Fire Department hired Alan full-time to the Career Staff as a Firefighter/NREMT. Alan’s current certifications are Proboard Fire Officer I & II, Firefighter I & II, Fire Instructor I, Truck Company Operations, Hazardous Materials Technician, Hazardous Materials Operations, Hazardous Materials Awareness, Rescue Technician: Vehicle & Machinery Rescue, Elevator Rescue, Delaware & Maryland Emergency Vehicle Operator, Delaware Driver/Operator, National Registry Emergency Medical Technician, Maryland & Delaware Emergency Medical Technician, Tactical Emergency Casualty Care, AHA Healthcare Provider CPR, NIMS ICS 100, 200, 300, 400, 700 & 800.
During his time working in the Public Safety field, Alan has been given several awards to include the Maryland State Governor’s Citation after being deployed with the Ocean City Fire Department to Jefferson Parish, Louisiana in 2005 after Hurricane Katrina where the team he was in was tasked with assisting local agencies with establishing medical clinics within the community, as well as returning a area hospital to normal operations. He received a Sussex County Phoenix award while he was employed with Blades Volunteer Fire Company for successfully reviving a cardiac arrest patient.