Crook County Fire & Rescue operates a three platoon staffing model with career members working 24 on 24 off 24 on 24 off 24 on 96 off. Staffing three fire stations with two stations consistently staffed and the third station staffed when staffing is available.
Each shift is led by a battalion chief that works on shift and is responsible for administrative and operational leadership of the duty crew.
Shift/station staffing includes three lieutenant/paramedics and three firefighter/paramedics.
Lieutenants and firefighter/paramedics are represented by Crook County Firefighters L5115.
Crook County Fire & Rescue is led by an administrative team that consist of the Fire Chief, Deputy Fire Chief, Division Chief Fire Marshal and two administrative support positions. The administrative support positions are responsible for human resource duties and ambulance billing.
Crook County Fire & Rescue seeks new career members when vacant positions need to be filled. The organization will advertise on the department website, and WFCA Daily Dispatch.
At this time Crook County Fire & Rescue is not hiring for career members.
We are not currently accepting applications for career firefighter/paramedic.
Have questions? Use the form below to contact Deputy Chief Dave Pickhardt today!