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Steese Volunteer Fire Department

Scholarship Firefighter



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VOLUNTEER & SCHOLARSHIP POSITIONS: We accept applications for volunteer and scholarship positions at all times.
All positions require substantial and in-depth criminal and standards of character background checks. We do not retain other applications or hold them for future use.
Applicants must complete a separate application for each position. Once a position is filled, all applications received for that position are retired to an archive file and will not be considered for any new openings.

A resume may be attached to the employment application. However, all fields on the application must be completed. Failure to complete the application form may disqualify applicants from consideration.

After the closing date of the posted vacancy, an initial screening will take place before the application is sent to the appropriate department head. Applicants identified as potential job candidates will be notified by telephone or e-mail for an interview. Letters of notification may be sent to those not selected to complete the process. A notice of testing date and place will be sent to all qualified applicants. If you have employment application questions, you may contact the Assistant Chief P. Frank Bracken by e-mail (recruitment@steesefire.org) or (907) 457-3710 between the hours of 8:00 am. and 5:00 pm. Tuesday through Friday, or you may leave a message after office hours.

Applicants should mail, fax or e-mail complete applications on or before the recruitment closing date.

Steese Volunteer Fire Department does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, religion, sex, sexual orientation, age, disability, genetic information, or status as a Veteran in employment, programs, services or activities in accordance with Federal, State and Municipal laws.

Steese Volunteer Fire Department is an AFFIRMATIVE ACTION/EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER.








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