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Entry Level Volunteer

9978 U.S. 12, Randle, WA, USA


Volunteer/Points System


Within LCFD14 Response Area

About the Role

Our volunteer firefighters and EMS providers protect the community in a wide range of emergency situations. The Volunteer Firefighter may be called upon to deliver fire suppression, emergency medical assistance, rescue, hazardous material responses, and public education to the citizens of Randle and surrounding communities. As an entry level volunteer firefighter, you will attend regular fire drills to learn, practice, and progress your skills. Once basic orientation, introduction, guidance, and required check-offs and programs are completed, you may be approved to respond to emergencies with us under supervision. Opportunities for interested individuals will become available to progress your training and advance certification in the field. Additionally, EMT classes become available within the area and approved and motivated individuals can add valuable lifesaving skills to their resume while benefiting our community directly.


  • At least 18 years of age.

  • Must be of good moral character.

  • Possess a valid Washington Driver’s License.

  • High School Diploma or GED.

  • Must obey and comply with Department policies.

  • Live within our response area.

  • Ability to bend, strain, stretch, contort, push, pull, twist, carry, walk with weight or lift with the ability to assist in removing a patient from a motor vehicle or placing a patient on a stretcher.

  • Must continue to demonstrate the desire to advance knowledge, skill, abilities, and/or certification through regular attendance of drills and activities.

  • Willingness to perform other duties as deemed necessary.

Core Abilities

  • Responds to fire alarms and extinguishes fire.

  • Responds to calls for medical assistance.

  • Responds to and renders assistance in emergency cases.

  • Cleans and inspects equipment and apparatus after returning from a fire.

  • Inspects equipment and apparatus and notifies chain of command of any defects.

  • Makes minor repairs to equipment and apparatus, performs routine preventative maintenance tasks, and keeps records of such action.

  • Keeps fire station, equipment and grounds in a clean and orderly condition.

  • Participates in training activities and instruction sessions.

  • Acquires and retains a thorough knowledge of the area, including streets, buildings, water supply, unusual hazards and related items.

  • Performs various public information or education tasks.

  • Enters inspection, training, and call data into the records management system.

  • Performs all work duties and activities in accordance with Department policies and procedures.

  • Interacts with other Departments.

  • Responds to emergency calls for specialized services such as hazardous materials, confined spaces rescue, extrication and technical rescues that include high angle, below grade, swift water, trench and collapse rescues.

  • May respond to non-emergency calls providing a wide range of public service activities.

  • May be assigned other duties.

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