Clark County Fire District 10 is seeking qualified individuals to fill 3 full-time positions and to fill a part-time pool. We are a rural combination department covering approximately 85 square miles in north Clark County Washington. We provide BLS EMS and Fire first response and work in close coordination with a separate public ambulance service to meet the needs of our rapidly growing community. We also have a large Wildland Interface component and participate in wildland response throughout the state.
A successful candidate will have a history of working closely with volunteers and the community. We currently respond from one staffed station and 5 unstaffed stations. We are in the process of adding living quarters to a second of our current locations. The full-time position will be the second crew member at one of our staffed stations and will work a 48/96 schedule with FLSA days, sick leave and vacation, health insurance through the Washington Fire Commissioners Association, LEOFF2 retirement and the ability to participate in a deferred compensation program or Roth IRA through the Washington State Department of Retirement Systems.
For more information, you may call our office at (360) 247-5233 or look at our hiring package at http://clark10.org/jobopportunities.html
Applications are due in our office or postmarked by October 13th
, 2023 by 5:00 pm. No electronically submitted applications will be accepted.
||Clark County Fire District 10
||$62,400 to $78,048 annually
|Posting Start Date:
Career Firefighters under this job description will be providing emergency response and protective services to the public. They will protect life and property threatened by fires, explosions, hazardous materials, illnesses, accidents, and other disasters. Responsibilities will include emergency responses, fire ground operations, fire prevention / inspection duties, training, instructing others by helping out on training drills, on-shift training, operating & maintaining apparatus, equipment, fire stations, and grounds. Full-time Firefighters will work 48 hours shifts followed by 96 hours off, and may be exposed to hazardous conditions, extreme heat, poisonous gasses, communicable diseases and other risks of personal injury.
Desired Certifications or Experience:
- Candidates must be 18 years or older by the application closing date
- High School Diploma or have passed an equivalency test (GED)
- Current Driver’s License and must be insurable under Fire District 10’s vehicle operator policy.
- No Driver’s License suspension or revocation in any state in the last 3 years.
- Nationally Registered or Washington State EMT-Basic
- If Nationally Registered, must be able to obtain Washington State Licensure
- Excellent Physical Condition and successful passing of CCFD10 Physical Agility Test
- Must pass CCFD10 Written Aptitude Test
- Must be a citizen of the United States of America or a lawful permanent resident who can read and write the English language fluently.
- High level of ethical standards and moral integrity
- Wildland Red Card FF2, FF1, Engine Boss, STL
- Firefighter 1
- Associates or Bachelors Degree
- Hazmat Ops
- EMS Evaluator
- Blue Card Incident Command training
- Volunteer or Career Firefighting experience
||This listing expires on: 12/14/2023