Lake Stevens Fire recently welcomed 12 part-time firefighter members. Part-time firefighters are required to be Firefighter 1 certified, EMT certified, and must pass both physical capacity and knowledge tests.
They supplement the career staff in all phases of department operations. Generally, a part-time firefighter at Lake Stevens Fire will work approximately six 12-hour shifts per month. Most of these individuals work with multiple fire districts to get as much firefighting experience as possible.
Chief Lingenfelter commented, “I would like to welcome these individuals to Lake Stevens Fire. We are appreciative of the support of our part-time staff and look forward to a long and mutually beneficial relationship in the years to come.”
The most recent part-time firefighter recruits for Lake Stevens Fire include: Cody Hamblin, Chris Harrott, Aleksandr Gorbunov, Marck Fujiwara-Herbert, Artem Teterin, Rochelle Cristine, Josh Wyatt, Jacob McCann, David Pick, Tyler Compton, Cody Chester, and Riley Korf.
Lake Stevens Fire maintains an eligibility list for future part-time firefighting positions. Individuals interested in getting on this eligibility list may contact National Testing Network www.nationaltestingnetwork.com to determine the necessary steps to be placed on the current eligibility list.