Resident firefighters are individuals who are seeking employment in the fire service. The resident firefighter is provided with quarters while on shift. They are provided full structural and wildland protective clothing, class B uniform shirt, duty uniform, and foot gear. Training and educational opportunities are required in a classroom setting and “hands on” atmosphere. IFSAC FF1, wildland FF 2, EVIP, and EMT classes are provided with residents contracted to pass certification (as available) within one year of residency. Residents are assigned to work with a career shift and usually have about ten 24-hour shifts per month. Residents receive a monthly stipend between $450 and $600 depending on completed training courses.
Grant County Fire District 8
Posting Start Date:
Over 18 years old
High School Graduate/GED or equivalent
Valid Driver’s License
Legal US Resident or current work visa
Effective verbal and written communication in English