2020 MNICS Type 3 Incident Management Team Outreach and Recruitment

To: All MNICS agency personnel
From: MNICS Board of Directors and Task Force
Subject: MNICS Type 3 Incident Management Teams for 2020 (click for full letter)

The MNICS Task Force is pleased to announce the open recruitment of applicants for the 2020 MNICS Type 3 Incident Management Teams. The 2020 modified application portal is now open and accepting applications through October 31st.

Please read through the instructions thoroughly before calling your agency resources with questions. 

These Teams will respond to wildfire and all-hazard challenges throughout the year within Minnesota. Participating as a member of a Type 3 Incident Management team will offer new opportunities for many resources to get involved with incident management at the ground level. Our teams emphasize a professional interaction between team members, cooperators and stakeholders necessary when performing in an emergency and often critical incident situation. We are looking for inspiring leaders with the ability to build a strong team, create solid cohesion and who will use an inclusive approach in leading and mentoring.

Incident Management Team Rotations: MNICS will host up to 3 Type 3 Incident Management Teams based on the number of applicants we receive. These teams will be available on a split option schedule. March 1st – June 15th and September 1st – November 1st with an option to roster a team in the summer months as needed. The team rotation length is 1 week.

Incident Management Team Term: All selected IMT members serve 1 year and will be required to re-apply on an annual basis.

Positions: The MNICS Task Force strongly encourages all applicants, both qualified and trainee to apply. Refer to the full letter attached for the list of positions.

Applicants: All qualified and eligible applicants will be considered. MNICS member agency personnel will receive priority for team positions.

Trainee Applicants: Trainees may apply to any position as a trainee. Trainees must have valid open taskbooks for the position they are applying to and it must appear on their red card. Trainees will be selected based on MNICS position needs and interagency priorities.

Alternate Applicants: Alternate team members are encouraged and welcome to apply. All applicants applying to a primary position and not selected will be placed as an alternate.

All applications must be submitted online. ICAP 2020 can be accessed at https://icap.ordvac.com/.

Applications for MNICS Incident Management Teams will be accepted from September 15 through October 31, 2019. Selected IMT members will be notified by email at the conclusion of the selection process and prior to February 1, 2020.

More information and instructions:


MNICS Board of Directors and Task Force