West Kelowna recruiting firefighters

West Kelowna Fire Rescue is looking for Paid on Call Firefighters

West Kelowna is putting out the call for firefighters.

West Kelowna Fire Rescue is accepting applications for Paid on Call Firefighter positions until 4pm on Friday, January 15th.  Application packages are available online at www.westkelownacity.ca/firerescue, or they can be picked up at Station 32 at 2708 Olalla Road in West Kelowna.

Once complete, application packages are to be submitted in person at Station 32 on Olalla Road.  Only new applications will be reviewed, as no previous applications have been kept on file.  Application packages should include:

– A completed application form

– A current driver’s abstract with no more than six points and no prohibitions or suspensions in the past three years

– A current resume

– A clear criminal records check

– A doctor’s consent form

Applicants must be 18 years of age or older, and must be residents of West Kelowna or Westbank First Nation.  For more information, the Fire Department is hosting two optional informal sessions on Wednesday, January 6th and Thursday, January 7th at 6pm at Station 34, 3399 Gates Road.


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