Volunteer

Opportunities

​Port Ludlow Fire & Rescue accepts applications for Volunteer and Resident Firefighter positions on a continuous basis. 

Interested parties may view the Volunteer Program Manual and/or the Joint Resident Program Manual, the Position Descriptions, and download an application and Background Waiver form by clicking on the menu/toolbars to the left.

Completed applications can be mailed or hand-delivered to Port Ludlow Fire & Rescue's Headquarters Fire Station located at 7650 Oak Bay Road, Port Ludlow, WA 98365.

Resident/Intern Volunteer Firefighter/EMT

 

Port Ludlow Fire and Rescue is currently taking applications for Resident Volunteer Firefighter/EMT’s.

 

Port Ludlow Fire is an all risk, fire department providing fire suppression, Basic Life Support, Advanced Life Support, Marine response, confined space, and low/high angle rescue to name a few. Port Ludlow Fire covers approximately 55 square miles on the beautiful Hood Canal and Olympic Peninsula and runs approximately 850 calls per year.

Resident firefighters work/train side by side with career firefighters on a daily basis. You will work on average of 10 shifts per month on a 48/96 schedule. Residents receive a $90/day stipend. If you are looking to get experience in the fire and EMS field, this a great opportunity.

Questions can be directed to Lt. Wicus McGuffey at wicus@plfr.org, or Chief Brad Martin at bmartin@plfr.org or by calling (360) 437-2236.