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ELIGIBILITY LIST ANNOUNCEMENT FOR FIREFIGHTER/EMT by Jefferson 4:  Jefferson 4 (Brinnon Fire Dept) is establishing an eligibility list to potentially hire two full time probationary Firefighter/EMTs in the 2018 fiscal year. Annual Salary and Benefits: $31,680.00.

Brinnon Fire Department in Brinnon, WA is located along the shores of Hood Canal and the eastern slopes of the Olympic Mountains and is an all hazards service organization. The region offers numerous recreation opportunities for year-round activities. Close by are the Olympic National Forest, trails for hikers, bicyclists and equestrians. Brinnon Fire Dept also serves Olympic National Park and enjoys automatic aid agreements with Jefferson County Fire Districts 1, 2, 3, 5 & Mason 17 along with Washington Department of Natural Resources & Olympic National Park Fire Management. Area of operational responsibility is 132 sq mi with a complement of 2 Full time LT/AEMTs, 1 FF/EMTIV, 1 Part time Fire Chief, 1 Full Time District Secretary and over 17 volunteer/stipend firefighters and/or Paramedic/EMTs and support staff.

Click here for more position and application information. Applications are also available online at www.Brinnonfire.org or Station 41, 272 Schoolhouse Rd, Brinnon, WA 98320. Applications are due by 10/2/17. Brinnon Fire Department is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

(Posted 8/30)

FOR SALE by South Whatcom Fire Authority: 1992 Fire Truck - E-One International 4900 4x2 DT466, Allison 6 speed, Hale 750 2 stage pump, 1000 gallon poly tank, Whelen warning light package with some LED upgrades. Has a compliment of ground ladders, 24’ extension, 14’ roof, 10’ attic, some hand tools and adapters. Good running fire engine and has passed pump testing. 21,137 miles and 1612 engine hours. Click here for pictures. Asking $30,000. For further information please contact Dave Ralston, Fire Chief, South Whatcom Fire Authority, 360.676.8080. 2050 Lake Whatcom Blvd., Bellingham, WA 98229.

(Posted 7/6)

FOR SALE by Griffin Fire (Thurston 13): 

Engine 13-3 (1992 International 4900); Tank capacity 1000 gallons; Pump capacity 1000 gpm at 150 psi (American-Godiva model FSD 100); Foam capabilities Class A – 8 gallons capacity, Class B – 8 gallons capacity; Horse power 250HP DTA466 turbo; Gross vehicle weight 30,260 lbs; Wheel base 176”; Carrying capacity 2 personnel. Click here for pictures. Asking price $12,000. Contact A/C Andrew Schaffran for information 360.866.9000, aschaffran@griffinffd.org.

(Posted 7/6)

POSITION ANNOUNCEMENT by Kittitas Valley Fire & Rescue:  Kittitas Valley Fire & Rescue is accepting applications to establish an eligibility list for Entry-Level Firefighter/EMT and Entry-Level Firefighter/PM. Anyone who meets the qualifications in the Job Announcement may apply.

For additional information please visit www.kvfr.org

(Posted 6/26)

POSITION ANNOUNCEMENT by Snohomish 1 (Everett, WA): Fire Chief. Salary: $175,000 - $210,000. For a complete position profile and to apply online, visit Prothman at www.prothman.com and click on "Current Searches." For questions, call 206.368.0050.

Snohomish County Fire District 1 serves a population of approximately 214,000 in unincorporated southwest Snohomish County, along with the cities of Brier, Edmonds, and Mountlake Terrace. Services include fire suppression, rescue, emergency medical, HAZMAT, fire prevention, emergency management, and public safety education. The district is governed by a board of five commissioners, has a 2017 personnel and operations budget of $45.4 million, and is staffed by 231 FTE's.

Working under the Board of Fire Commissioners and supervising all district personnel, the Fire Chief administers and directs all activities of the district, ensuring that all operations and programs are efficiently and effectively carried out.

Bachelor’s degree in Fire Science, Business Administration, Public Administration or a closely related field, and 10 years of progressively responsible fire service chief officer experience in a comparable size department is required. Applicants should have advanced fire service or management training such as NFA Executive Fire Officer Program; CFOD is highly desirable. A master's degree in Business or Public Administration is preferred, along with experience working through consolidations or mergers.

First review: June 25, 2017 (open until filled).

(Posted 5/18)

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