Jobs at Emergency Reporting
What We Have A Passion For
Our team at Emergency Reporting works hard to empower first responders with powerful station management tools. We provide users with awesome features, in-depth support, and easy-to-use web and mobile apps. We serve customers all over the United States, ranging from small rural fire districts, multi-station agencies, counties, and even the Department of Defense. What we make here everyday really matters—we make it easier for firefighters to save lives and property. Interesting in learning more? Check out Our Story.
What We Value
‘Consistent innovation’ and ‘continuous improvement’ are sayings you’ll hear a lot around the Emergency Reporting office. Members of our team are constantly learning and given chances to grow and develop their skills, both personally and professionally.
Our development team actively practices the Agile Development Methodologies. We do that by employing scrum project management, which means we get to spend more time and energy directly where it counts—adding value for our customers.
Where We’re Located
Our office is nestled in Bellingham, Washington — a fast-growing city that boasts the beauty of Seattle without all of the traffic. Bellingham sits about halfway between Vancouver, British Columbia and Seattle, Washington. The best part about the office? We are located in the heart of the Bellingham Marina and get to witness the views most characteristic of the Pacific Northwest every day: breath-taking mountain ranges as well as the stunning Pacific Ocean. Talk about the best lunch walk in town. Find out more about why we love living here at BellinghamWins.com.
Come make a difference with us!
- Flexible work schedule
- Family friendly, open office environment
- High performance technology equipment provided
- Medical, dental and vision insurance
- Matching Simple IRA contributions of up to 3% of salary
- Generous vacation, sick leave and holiday time
- Unlimited coffee, soda, sparkling water, chai lattes, etc
- Active company culture – from Spikeball at lunchtime to running clubs to ‘walk around the marina’ meetings, we like to have fun!
Thank you for your interest in us! Take a look at the current openings below. If you think you’d be a good fit for an opening, please send a resume and cover letter along with the application form below to our Human Resources Manager Kara Turner at firstname.lastname@example.org. Emergency Reporting is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
Software Engineer II/III
Our Software Development Engineers develop web technologies to support the global efforts of the Fire and EMS industry. We are passionate about our support of the Agile principles of software development and have embraced a scrum development methodology with strong emphasis on continuous improvement.
As a Software Engineer II or III you will be working with or leading a small scrum team with a large potential for learning and growth. With your technical expertise you will manage individual projects tasks, deadlines and deliverables as you design, develop, test, deploy, maintain, and enhance software solutions. Position requires Bachelor’s degree with more than two years development experience and expertise working in SQL Server or other equivalent experience. Also experience developing in various languages using Agile development methodologies. For full qualifications see Minimum Qualifications Checklist with job application attached.
This position provides product ownership (PO) in one or more areas of the Emergency Reporting product lines. The desired candidate should have Fire and EMS industry knowledge in a variety of specialties, such as NFIRS & NEMSIS, Occupancy/Fire Inspections, Data Analytics/Reports, Hydrants, Maintenance, personnel management, etc. plus other specialties inside and outside the Fire/EMS industry. Experience in Software as a Service (SAAS) software development and Agile/Scrum practices is preferred.
As the PO, you will determine which features and functionality are added to the product lines based on stakeholder input, and provide overall vision of the product and its future evolution.
The Financial Controller position oversees and manages the daily financial activities of the organization. This includes the production of periodic financial reports, maintenance of an adequate system of accounting records, and a comprehensive set of controls and budgets designed to mitigate risk, enhance the accuracy of the company’s reported financial results, and ensure that reported results comply with generally accepted accounting principles or international financial reporting standards.
The ideal candidate will have a BA in Accounting or Business Administration with 10 or more years of progressively responsible experience, including experience supervising. CPA or CMA preferred.
IT Technician III
The IT Technician III provides coordination, support, monitoring, installation and best practices of IT systems companywide, including office environments, remote users, datacenters, and other computing resources. This is a senior level position that requires a deep technical ability.
The ideal candidate will have a Associates degree in Computer Science, Information Systems or related IT field and a wide range of IT technical experience working with security, data centers, etc. as identified in the job description and application form.