The Snoqualmie Fire Department accepts applications for those interesting in volunteering as a firefighter or Emergency Medical Technician (EMT).
Be 21 years of age or older.
Residing within a fifteen-minute drive of Snoqualmie city limits is preferred (but not required).
Demonstrate you have the skills to function as a volunteer firefighter EMT.
No experience required - training will be provided.
Submit to and complete the testing process.
Written Test – You must pass at 70% or above.
Physical Agility Test – Pass/Fail.
Oral Board – Pass/Fail.
Background and Driving Abstract Check – Pass/Fail.
Medical physical and drug screening.
Attend drill 2-3 times a month (Wednesdays 7-10 p.m.).
Minimum of seven 12-hour duty shifts per quarter.
Complete a minimum of 12 hours of community service.
All volunteer personnel must attend a three-month EMT training course and work as an emergency medical responder for a minimum of six months. After completing these requirements, volunteers are eligible to attend a recruit firefighting academy, which is also a three-month commitment.