Volunteer FF

Interested in becoming a volunteer with WCFD# 4?

VOLUNTEER TENDER OPPORTUNITIES

Becoming a tender support volunteer is a huge commitment, both in time and energy.  But the rewards are great too – hands-on training, community involvement and camaraderie are only a few of those rewards.

  • Tender Support

People in this role support the operations of the department by driving and operating a water tender in training and to and from fire scenes.

People in this role support the operations of the department driving and operating a water tender in training and to and from fire scenes. Recruitment for tender support is done yearly.

Minimum Qualifications

  • 21 Years Old
  • Valid Washington State Driver’s License
  • High School Diploma, GED, or equivalent

Rehab Support

Rehabilitation is a part of the district’s health and safety program, as a proper incident rehab program can help reduce adverse events to the health of the firefighters operating the scene.

Firefighter rehabilitation is the process of providing rest, rehydration, nourishment and medical evaluation to members who are involved in extended or extreme incident scene operations. The goal of rehab is to allow responders return to a state of readiness to operate safely.

Minimum Qualifications

  • 21 Years Old
  • Valid Washington State Driver’s License
  • High School Diploma, GED, or equivalent
  • Current First Aid / CPR / AED

If you possess the minimum qualifications and decide you would like to continue on the path of becoming a tender operator or rehab support, below is what the screening process will look like.  Keep in mind that you must be successful in each category before continuing on to the next step.

  • Application
  • Background Check
  • Interview
  • Driver’s Abstract
  • Drug Screening
  • Medical Physical Exam

If you MEET THE MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS and are interested in becoming a tender operator or rehab support,  please contact our admin office at info@nwfrs.com or call (360) 318-9933.

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