Getchell Fire is Seeking
$5,000 Signing Bonus *Conditions Apply
We are looking for highly motivated, hard working members to join our team. We are looking for members who have training and experience. If you are looking to start your career in the fire service we want you to join our team as well.
We staff our station 24 hours a day 365 days a year with part-paid firefighter/emt’s. When working a shift at Station 68 not only will you be working as part of a great team you will be learning valuable life skills, and skills to help advance yourself in the fire service. Part-Paid firefighter/emt’s can make up to $20 an hour.
Applicants must be 18 years of age, have high school diploma or GED, valid drivers license, current CPAT physical agility test. Application’s can be found at www.getchellfire.com or from
Station 68, 8424 99th AVE NE Arlington, WA 98223
The signing bonus is based off of a contractual agreement between the member and the fire district.
There are four options for applicants:
Option A: Already have your IFSAC FF1 & 2 and your WA State EMT?
You will start working right away and you are eligible for the $5,000 signing bonus.
Option B: Already have your IFSAC Certifications but no EMT?
You can start working shifts on the engine right away and we will pay for your EMT class tuition.
Option C: Have your EMT but no IFSAC certifications?
You can start working shifts on the aid car right away and we will sponsor your recruit academy attendance.
Option D: Have no training or experience?
We will sponsor your recruit academy attendance. Once you complete your recruit academy we will pay for your EMT tuition.
For an Application please click on the link below.
Application (PDF Version)
Return your application during business hours only (8 a.m. to 5 p.m.) to:
Getchell Fire Station 68
8424 99th AVE NE
Arlington, WA 98223
For any further questions you can email Assistant Chief Jeremy Stocker firstname.lastname@example.org
APPLICATIONS ARE ACCEPTED YEAR AROUND
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