The Civil Service Commission for the City of Clarkston will be accepting completed applications until 5 pm on October 20, 2017 to test to establish an Eligibility List for paramedic/firefighter for the Clarkston Fire Department. THERE IS AN IMMEDIATE OPENING/HIRING. Salary range starting step $4,790, second step $5,030 and top step $5,275 per month. Application packets with letter of instructions and information about preference points may be picked up at City Hall, 829 5th Street, Clarkston, WA 99403 or they are available on the city’s web site. For more information call Civil Service Chief Examiner (509) 758-8039.
Clarkston Fire Department provides ALS transport services for residents and visitors within Clarkston, Washington, population 7,300. Clarkston sits at the confluence of the Snake River and Clearwater River, has easy access to The Blue Mountains in Washington and Craig Mountains in Idaho.
Clarkston’s Paramedic/firefighters responded to 1,913 ambulance calls and 235 fire responses in 2016. Local ambulance transports are to Tri State Memorial Hospital (a Level 4 Trauma Facility and Level 2 Cardiac and Stroke facility) in Clarkston and St. Joseph’s Regional Medical Center (a Level 3 Trauma Center and Level 2 Cardiac and Stroke Center) in Lewiston, Idaho.
Each of the three shifts are comprised of a Captain Firefighter/Paramedic and three Firefighter/Paramedic/EMTs; working 24 hour shifts in a modified Detroit schedule. Reserve Firefighter/EMTs (part-time staff) are called upon to maintain the four person crew when full-time FF/Paramedics are gone on vacation or other type of leave. Firefighter/Paramedics are represented by IAFF Local 2299.
The Department will hire two full-time personnel (Paramedic/firefighter) and assign them to shifts January 1, 2018. These are immediate hiring employment opportunities for qualified candidates from the Civil Service list that will be established by testing October 27-28 as described in the attached announcement or on-line at www.clarkston-wa.com.
Applications must be received by Clarkston’s Civil Service Commission by Friday, October 20th.
East Pierce Fire & Rescue > Employment
EAST PIERCE FIRE AND RESCUE is a combination department employing 112 Firefighters and approximately 20 Volunteers. Our mission is to have exceptional people providing compassionate service and rapid response to our community's diverse needs.
With urban, suburban, and rural areas, the calls within our district vary significantly, offering challenging and exciting opportunities. Training is a vital part of our industry, as firefighters are expected to perform incredible acts of service for others; and we take it very seriously as proven with our four special operations teams, including hazmat, technical rescue, water rescue, and wildland.
We are looking for people with high levels of integrity, respect, commitment, and accountability. Successful individuals are responsive, excel in a teamwork environment, and provide excellent customer service.
NOW TESTING - THROUGH OCTOBER 13
East Pierce Fire & Rescue is establishing an eligibility list for 9 entry-level Firefighter/EMT-Bs to begin in January, 2018. These positions are funded by the FEMA SAFER Grant. See the attachments below for minimum requirements & testing process.
CANDIDATE INFORMATION (PDF)
JOB DESCRIPTION (PDF)
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