Seasonal Firefighter or Seasonal Firefighter/EMT
Salary Range: $15.00 – $17.00 per hour DOQ
Boardman Fire Rescue District was founded in 1970. Boardman Fire Rescue District provides fire protection to 330 square miles. Providing a full range of services which include fire prevention, public education, fire suppression, rescue, wildland fire control and initial hazardous materials response. The District is committed to meet the EMS and fire safety needs of our community in a professional, safe, efficient, and effective manner. The vision of the Boardman Fire Rescue District is to serve our community with honor, integrity and respect.
Minimum Education and Experience Required:
a. NFPA Firefighter I
b. NWCG Wildland Type II
c. Ability to acquire and maintain a valid State of Oregon driver’s license insurable by District’s carrier.
d. Successfully passing Districts security clearance standards including review of criminal history and driving record.
e. High School Diploma, GED or equivalent
Desired Qualifications: EMT; Oregon State or Nationally Registered
(Education and experience requirements are minimum standards. Other equivalent combinations of education, training and experience may be considered.)
To be considered please submit a completed application. First review of applications will be May 21, 2021.
*Anticipated timeline: May 21, 2021 - Application review
May 25 & 26, 2021 - Interview and CPAT
June 1, 2021 - Start
End Date: To be determined based on staffing requirements
Boardman Fire Rescue District
Attn: Hiring Board
300 SW Wilson Lane, Boardman, Oregon 97818
Your experience as a volunteer firefighter provides an opportunity to serve your community, your neighbors, and your friends when lives and property are at risk.
Your service is rewarding because you are helping when help is needed the most. You will share in the pride, professional spirit, and friendship among the career and volunteer members of the department. You will also be apart of a social and professional activities sponsored by the fire district.
Contact us for more information:
firstname.lastname@example.org or at 541-481-3473
- Safety Officer
- Wildland Operations
- Traffic Control
- Administrative Support
Fill out an application. Your application will then be reviewed and considered. Applications can be found on this website under the ‘Volunteering’ tab or you can pick up an application at the fire station
Is anything truly worthwhile easy? It takes a bit of time and effort to complete the required training, but there is lots of encouragement and help along the way. We try to work with people’s schedules as much as we can as well.
In dollars and cents, no. In experience and opportunity, yes! The feeling you get from doing something valuable for others is a feeling that makes it worthwhile.
Once you have finished the required training you will be able to perform fire suppression duties.
Nothing. Just your time and commitment
Fire Corps is another volunteer opportunity. As a Fire Corps volunteer you will aid Boardman Fire & Rescue District with non-emergency tasks allowing district members to better protect our community from fires, natural disasters, and other incidents.