Lynnwood Fire Corps Seeking Volunteers to Support Local Fire Department

Lynnwood WA | The Lynnwood Fire Corps is looking for you! Be a part of a great organizaton of volunteers that support the needs of the Lynnwood Fire Department and help make a difference.

HOW YOU CAN MAKE A DIFFERENCE

Here are some of the many examples you can expect to help support the needs of a great Washington Fire Department, while serving your Communty:

  • Provide Blood Pressure checks at Station #15, Lynnwood Senior Center and other locations.
  • Provide Amin and Clerical duties to Lynnwood Fire Department.
  • Assist with Community events such as:  Lynnwood University and National Night Out.
  • Assist with Community Programs such as: Toy Drive collection and Food Drives for families in need.
  • Assist with Preparedness efforts, including planning for quick access to stocks of emergency supplies, shelter readiness and procedure review.
  • Translate materials for non-English speaking populations.

SKILLS DESIRED

The Fire Corps are looking for those that may have the following skills :

  • Admin Support
  • Basic Computer Skills
  • Community Outreach
  • People Skills
  • Safety & Disaster Education
  • First Aid / CPR

REQUIREMENTS

  • Must be at least 18 years of age.
  • Possess a Valid Driver’s License.
  • Pass a Background Check.
  • Time Needed may be Variable

LOCATION

lynnwood Fire Department – 18800 44th Ave W, Lynnwood,WA98036

ABOUT LYNNWOOD FIRE DEPARTMENT

The Lynnwood Fire Department provides fire prevention, fire suppression, public education, emergency medical, hazardous materials and specialized rescue responses to its City of 36,000 residents in an eight-square radius by two fully staffed Fire Stations.

The Department has 50 full-time career Firefighter/EMTs, Paramedics and Fire Inspectors.  It’s personnel generally respond to approximately 6,000 alarms annually, with 75% those being emergency medical calls.

Additionally, Lynnwood Fire Department in cooperation with FEMA, Snohomish County Emergency Services Coordinating Agency [ESCA] also provide training for the Community Emergency Response Team or also known as CERT several times annually.  To find out more about this great program, contact ESCA at 425-776-3722.

HOW YOU CAN VOLUNTEER

Apply through this weblink on VolunteerMatch.org –> http://www.volunteermatch.org/search/opp1956365.jsp and follow the prompts.

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