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Seasonal Full-Time Firefighter

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Job Order #: 6113090

NOC: 4312
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Town of La Ronge
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12 weeks
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Town of La Ronge
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Jay Wood
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The La Ronge Regional Fire Department is looking for two motivated, conscientious and professional individuals to take part in our work experience program for 2024. As a first responder, they will respond to structural and wildland fires, motor vehicles accidents, water rescues and other calls in the Lac La Ronge Region. They will be trained on industry best practices and gain valuable experience in the field of firefighting. The work experience program firefighters will be responsible for daily maintenance at the fire hall, assisting the Chiefs in training and inspections and will conduct training daily. They will be responsible for responding to emergencies during working hours and may be on-call during off hours. This position is a 6-month placement, tentatively scheduled to conclude October 31, 2024.

Qualifications for the position include: legally entitled to work in Canada, fluency in English (written and verbal), NFPA 1001 - Level 2, and NFPA 1072 - Operations Level. Previous firefighting, military, EMS, First Responder or Search and Rescue experience would be considered an asset. As a condition of employment, the individual must be: willing to live within 10km of the Towns Fire Hall or be willing to relocate within the defined proximity; be at least 18 years of age; be medically suitable for the position of firefighter as per NFPA 1582 standards; and possess a valid Saskatchewan Class 3 drivers license with Air Brake Endorsement; as well as maintain a valid First Aid/CPR (any level) certification. Preference may be given to recently graduates from a recognized fire college.

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