MARYSVILLE FIRE DISTRICT
1094 Cedar Avenue
Marysville, WASHINGTON 98270
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Updated: July 07, 2020
Title: Part-Time FirefighterPay Rate: $15 per hourMarysville Fire District (MFD) is accepting applications for part-time Firefighters. Work is performed indoors and outdoors, in physically and mentally stressful situations to include extreme temperatures, contaminated atmosphere, hazardous materials, heights, confined areas, and medical trauma situations. Equipment utilized includes computers, emergency vehicles and a variety of fire department vehicles and equipment. Individual may be subject to all hazards associated with fire suppression and emergency medical service responses, including but not limited to; the dangers associated with inclement weather, unpleasant odors, heat, high noise levels, hazardous materials, burns, hazardous traffic conditions, communicable diseases, and contact with persons under severe emotional stress. Individuals assigned to this position are accountable to the Captains. Marysville Fire DistrictMarysville Fire District employs 100 full-time career employees and approximately 35 part-time employees. In addition to fire protection service, MFD provides advanced life support and basic life support emergency services including transportation, fire prevention, and public education. Marysville Fire District serves a population of approximately 61,000 over an area of 55 square miles that includes service to the City of Marysville, Seven Lakes, Quilceda Village, contracted response to the Smokey Point neighborhood of the City of Arlington, as well as, a diverse expanse of unincorporated Snohomish County. Schedule for HiringApplications may be obtained at Marysvillefiredistrict.org, or by calling 360-363-8500.Applicant Contact Person:Steve Edin, HR Manager360-363-8510sedin@.marysville.wa.gov
US Citizen: Yes
High School Grad/GED: Yes
Valid WASHINGTON State Driver's License: Yes
Ability to Read/Speak English: Yes
Additional Requirements: Emergency Medical Technician (EMT) Basic Certification from Washington State or the National Registry.
National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) Firefighter 1 Certification established by the International Fire Service Accreditation Congress.
A current CPAT (Candidate Physical Ability Test) passing score. CPAT tests are avalible through National Testing Network, Click Here.
Undertake and Pass a Medical Exam and Drug Screening: Yes
Submission to a thorough employment reference check, criminal background check, and verification of all applicable certifications.: Yes