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Employment Application

Umatilla County Fire District #1 makes its employment decisions without regard to race, color, sex, national origin, religion, marital status, age, prior industrial injury, or mental or physical handicaps unrelated to job performance. Umatilla County Fire District #1 is an EOE/ADA/Drug-Free/Tobacco-Free Workplace Employer. This application will be considered only for the specific job applied for. If you desire to be considered for another position at a future time, you must file a new application. This application is for employment as paid-full-time as well as paid-part-time, paid-on-call (volunteer firefighter and/or EMS only) and resident intern positions.



Contact Information

Previous Work Experience (Please list all employment and any periods of unemployment for the last 10 years, beginning with the most recent employment. Include US military experience; DO NOT include any reference to type of discharge, only date of separation. If there are more than three, please include the rest in your resume.)

Work Experience #1

Work Experience #2

Work Experience #3

Job Responsibilities

Current Employer

Personal References (List three persons other than relatives or previous employers who have known you longer than one year. Do not include any person who lives in your household.)

Reference #1

Reference #2

Reference #3

24-Hour Work Schedule

Job Description


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It is the District’s policy to comply with the provisions of the Immigration Reform and Control Act of 1986 and to hire only authorized workers. If you are hired, you will be asked to provide verification of your work eligibility. The types of verification required may change from time to time as federal regulations are promulgated or amended. Your employment will not be continued if you are unable or unwilling to provide the verification requested by the District.