SOUTH PIERCE FIRE AND RESCUE
5403 340TH ST. EAST
EATONVILLE, WASHINGTON 98328
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Updated: July 02, 2019
Job Classification: Entry Level Firefighter/ParamedicSouth Pierce Fire and Rescue is currently hiring for their Firefighter/Paramedic positions. This position requires the FireTEAM test and the Personal History Questionnaire (PHQ).Testing for this position must be completed by July 1st, 2019. Candidates scores will not be accepted by this agency after this deadline.Candidates must fill out an application through the department's website at www.spfr.org no later than July 1st, 2019.
The start date for this position will be August 26th, with the Academy start date on September 23rd, 2019. Please contact Assistant Chief/Medical Services Officer Sam Yount if you have any questionsSalary Information:Entry Level- $63,509.32Third Class - $69,870.43Second Class - $76,846.28First Class - $84,531.41 Benefits Information:
Contact Information:Sam YountAssistant Chief/Medical Services Officersyount@spfr.org(253) 377-1963Department Overview: South Pierce Fire and Rescue is a rural department that covers 138 square miles in south Pierce County. The district covers the areas of McKenna, Roy, Harts Lake, Lacamas, the unincorporated area surrounding the town of Eatonville, and the town of Eatonville on a service contract. This community has several lakes, rivers, and hiking trails. Area Information: Roy, McKenna, Eatonville, and surrounding areas. Population: 28,000
US Citizen: Yes
High School Grad/GED: Yes
Valid WASHINGTON State Driver's License: Must be able to obtain a Washington State Driver's License
Ability to Read/Speak English: Yes
Vision: To Be Evaluated in Medical Exam
College: Paramedic School
Required Certifications: National Registry or Washington State certification. The candidate must be able to obtain a Washington State Paramedic certification.
Hiring Process: An assessment test will be administered on July 11th.
This assessment will consist of three(3) panel interviews where skills and oral presentations are scored. A Medical assessment, and a trauma assessment will be administered at an admin station.
Candidates will be emailed within 24 hours of this assessment panel to be notified of they have moved on to the Chiefs Interview on July 15th.