JOB OPENINGS FOR EMERGENCY FIRE FIGHTERS, CAMP HELP & FIRE OVERHEAD
The Confederated Salish & Kootenai Tribes, Division of Fire is preparing for the 2021 fire season. All individuals interested in applying to be placed on our Roster for an Emergency Hire (Casual Pay - AD) Firefighter, Camp Crew Member , or Overhead position must meet the following Requirements.
QUESTIONS? Call JIM "Buttercup"CLAIRMONT.LINDSAY ROBERTS or DEVIN CLAIRMONT at 676-2550
**SPECIAL NOTE - Applications for employment will not be offered after Thursday June 4, 2020 for Rookie or Experienced firefighters.
MINIMUM AGE REQUIREMENT:
Applicants must be 18 years of age on or before June I , 2020
EMERGENCY FIREFIGHTER APPLICATION REQUIREMENTS
February 24, 2020 - Beg in accepting applications
Complete applications at the CS&KT, Division of Fire office, 44592 Old Highway 93 North, Ronan, MT. Monday thru Thursday Between 8:30 am - 12:00 pm and 12:30 pm to 4:00 pm.
Provide two (2) acceptable forms of identification n (per USCIS 1-9 - " Employment Eligibility Verification" requirements): I) Picture D. that establishes identity (i.e. a valid Driver's License or Native American Tribal ID), PLUS
Picture I.D. that establishes employment eligibility (i.e. US Social Security Card or Native American Tribal ID), PLUS
Document that establishes employment eligibility (i.e. US Social Security Card or an original or certified copy of a birth certificate). Expired documents CANNOT be accepted. (Note: A valid passport will meet requirements of both # I & #2).
Applicants must reside within the boundaries of the Flathead Reservation and remain there for the fire
All Felony and/or Misdemeanor Convictions MUST be disclosed on the application and each application will be considered for Acceptance on a case by case by the BIA/Flathead Agency Superintendent.
DRUG TESTING REQUIREMENTS
Must successfully pass a pre-hire drug test as a Condition of Hire
Appointments will be scheduled by Division of Fire within 48 hours of application completion n.
Applicants pay the $55 testing fee at the Hospital prior to testing.
Drug tests from other organizations or agencies will not be accepted.
Two (2) " NO SHOWS" & YOU ARE OUT FOR THE SEASON
PHYSICAL FITNESS EXAMINATION REQUIREMENTS
New for 2020 - All Firefighters, Camp Crew and Overhead will be required to complete Fitness Exams specific to their fitness level requirements (Arduous - Firefighters; Moderate - Overhead, as specified and Light - Overhead as specified and Camp Crew) through Comprehensive Health Services, (CHSi) as per the DOI Medical Standards Program requirements. Once individuals have completed and passed their Drug Tests, the Division of Fire staff will initiate the appropriate exam.
WORK CAPACITY (PACK) TEST REQ UI REMENTS - (Must be 18 years old to take WCT)
Positions require the successful completion of an Arduous (Firefighter or Overhead), Moderate (Overhead), or Light (Camp Help and Overhead) physical fitness level l Work Capacity
The Arduous fitness level l Work Capacity Test consists of completing a 3-mile hike wearing a 45-pound pack in 45 minutes or le
The Moderate fitness level Work Capacity Test consists of completing a 2-mile hike wearing a 25-pound pack in 30 minutes or less.
The Light fitness level Work Capacity Test consists of completing a 1- mile hike in 16 minutes or l
It is recommended that prospective emergency firefighters start an aerobic and muscular fitness program 6 weeks prior to taking the Work Capacity (pack) Test. We encourage applicants to contact a local fitness center and obtain a training program to prepare for the test.
First year Firefighters (Rookie) and Camp Help must attend a Basic Firefighter Training Course.
The 2021 Basic Firefighter Training Course will be offered June 15- 18, 2021, at Salish Kootenai Community College (SKC) from 8:00 am - 5:00 pm each day. Field day will be June 19th • If you are late or miss any day of class, you will be dismissed without credit.
*STUDENTS MUST SUCCESS FULLY COMPLETE ALL DAYS OF THE COURSE TO PARTICIPATE IN FIELD DAY.
*THERE IS NO LONGER COMPENSATION FOR CLASSROOM HOURS, ONLY FOR FIELD EXERCISES.
STANDARDS FOR SURVIVAL REFRESHER -
All experienced Firefighters must attend a mandatory Standard s for Survival Refresher Training Course every
NOTE: 2021 Work Capacity Tests (WCTs)* and "Standards for Survival" Refresher training arc combined into one day,
On Thursdays. Work Capacity Tests will be conducted in the mornings. Individuals must be checked in at Division of Fire NO LATER than 8:30 a.m. Refresher Training will be scheduled after the WCTs from I2:30 p.m. to 5:00 p.m.
The WCT (morning of) & Refresher training (afternoon of) will be given on April 2, April 16, April 30 , May 7, May 14, May 21 , May 28 June 4, June 11, and June 25 2021 at the Division of Fire.
*CALL AHEAD- WORK CAPACITY TEST DATES MAY BE CANCELLED IF NOT ENOUGH PARTICIPANTS
2021 DRUG TEST PROCEDURES:
DOF will schedule a Drug Test for the applicant as close to 48 hours after application as possible.
Applicant will check in at St. Luke Community Hospital Front Check-In Desk.
Applicant will pay the Drug Test fee of $55 at the front desk of the Hospital and obtain a receipt from the hospital.
Applicant will take the receipt to St. Luke Community Hospital Lab and take their drug test.
If any applicant's result is "Presumptive Positive" and the specimen requires additional testing, the applicant will be contacted by the Lab to determine if the applicant wishes to pay the additional
$40 for the DRG to forward the specimen to the PAML lab for verification testing.
If the applicant does not wish to pay the additional cost, then their test will be considered "Positive" and they will not be allowed to go any further in the application process for this year (a positive test results in being disqualified from the NAC program for 6 months).