Mason County Fire District #4 is a combination fire department employing 8 full-time Firefighter/EMT's and a growing number of part-time Firefighter/EMT's as well as seasonal wildland positions during the summer.
We are currently seeking qualified candidates who are interested in becoming a Part-Time Firefighter/EMT with Mason County Fire District #4.
Please attach the requested documents to your application packet when submitting.
If you are interested in becoming a Firefighter/EMT with Mason County Fire District #4, email your application, cover letter, resume, BSA Disclosure and any requisite documentation to firstname.lastname@example.org
Part-Time Firefighter/EMT Minimum Job Requirements:
18 Years Old
Valid Drivers License
Certified Firefighter I (IFSAC, Pro Board, DoD)
Washington State EMT or National Registry EMT
Desired Qualifications(Not Required):
Prior experience as a Firefighter or EMT
Certified Firefighter II
Wildland Firefighter Type II
Become a VOLUNTEER
Mason County Fire District 4 responds to over 1,000 calls for service each year, and is able to do so with a team made up of dedicated volunteers, and 24/7 paid staff. We are always looking for volunteers who wish to serve their community.
Becoming a Volunteer Firefighter is challenging, but rewarding. Recruit Training consists of hundreds of hours of both class room and practical training. This training teaches recruits skills such as deploying hose, search and rescue, fire behavior and more. Recruits can advance further to become certified Emergency Medical Technicians. Becoming a Volunteer can be an exciting experience, and can provide you with many life changing opportunities. Do you feel up to the challenge?
If you would like to learn more about how you can serve your community, call (360) 426-7222, or download an application and drop it off at our office during business hours.