Nelson Fire Rescue seeks auxiliaries

Nelson Fire and Rescue is accepting applications from community-minded people to fill up to 12 vacancies in the auxiliary fire department.

Nelson Fire and Rescue is accepting applications from community-minded people to fill up to 12 vacancies in the auxiliary fire department.

Applicants must be of good character, bondable, in good physical condition and a minimum of 19 years old.

A valid Class 5 driver’s licence and a medical clearance letter are also required.

Application forms may be downloaded atnelson.ca or picked up in person at the fire hall. Completed applications must be delivered by noon Nov. 4. Only written applications will be accepted.

All applicants will be required to write an aptitude exam on Nov. 4 at 7 p.m.

Successful candidates will be required to attend a 20-hour recruit assessment/training weekend Nov. 6 to 8.

 

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