Kaden Monzingo’s first fire call acting as officer. Yesterday was Kaden’s first day with us as a full time staff member, another great employee from our scholarship program. Remember don’t dispose of hot ashes at the transfer site.
Wage: $41,952.00 – $47946.00 per year (pay depends on position qualified for) + Benefits (including health, dental, vision, life insurance, 401k with 6% match)
Opening Date: March 12, 2021
Closing Date: Monday, March 22, 2021 at 1700
We have a position open with Steese VFD. We are accepting applications for a Firefighter/Medic position. This position is being announced at multiple levels and may be filled at any level. If selected at the developmental level, an individual may be promoted to the full performance level after meeting the requirements of the position. Promotion is neither implied nor guaranteed.
Please see the application for details
Application Packet Requirements:
Submit your application packet by emailing them to firstname.lastname@example.org or apply in person at Steese VFD, 800 William C. Leary Lane, Fairbanks, AK 99712
Yesterday was Kaden Caldarera’s last shift with us. He finished his degree and is leaving the scholarship program for the wilds of Wisconsin. We wish him the very best in his next endeavor, he will be missed
The Steese Volunteer Fire Department is going to be driving through our neighborhoods to bring some holiday cheer. Please come out to the end of your driveway to wave at Santa, see the fire trucks and get a candy cane. Maps of the routes will be posted soon. Please spread the word, Santa is coming to town!
We would like to thank Mathew MacCarter and Domenic Monzingo who built a door prop for our department. Both are instructors for the local 375 plumbers and pipe fitters apprenticeship program. All of the materials were donated from C&R pipe out of kindness. This door prop allows us to to train new recruits and senior members on making forcible entry into a structure during a emergency such as a structure fire. Having this prop allows us as firefighters to have mastery in this area and allow for faster operations on the fire ground. Many hours have already been spent on this prop and many lessons have been learned through using it.
We are also excited to announce the advancement of one of our scholarship firefighters to a full-time paid position Carlos Hernandez has joined A-shift as a Firefighter/EMT. Congratulations Carlos.