Looking for a local job? If so, the City of Snoqualmie has multiple openings. Full position descriptions and application information can be found on the GovJobsToday website at www.govjobstoday.com.
Eastside Fire and Rescue is also recruiting local volunteer firefighters for five (5) volunteer-only stations, and nine (9) career-staffed stations, with nearly 70 volunteer responders.
City of Snoqualmie Hiring Multiple Positions
Operator II – Treatment Works Division (Wastewater): A union position under the direct supervision of the Wastewater Supervisor and general supervision of the Operations Manager. The Parks and Public Works Director is the head of the Public Works Department and the Wastewater Division is within the Parks and Public Works Department. The incumbent performs a variety of work at a fully skilled level in the operation of the City of Snoqualmie Treatment Facilities.
Seasonal Parks Worker: Temporary four-month position. Performs duties associated with the maintenance and operations of the City’s parks, trails, municipal irrigation system, and open spaces.
Seasonal Public Works Worker: Temporary four-month position. Performs duties associated with the maintenance and operations of the City’s public works facilities.
Senior Planner: Full-time, permanent management/professional position under the general supervision of the Community Development Director. Incumbents perform a range of advanced professional level land use and environmental planning work.
EF&R Recruiting Volunteer Firefighters
Those who live within the EF&R boundaries (see website), or within five (5) road miles of an EF&R fire station, and meet other minimum qualifications, are eligible to apply for consideration.
Following initial training, volunteers are required to attend weekly training sessions and respond to emergency and non-emergency services delivery when requested and/or available.
Fire Chief Lee Soptich stated, “The Agency provides several opportunities for citizens to participate as a community responder. Many who commit to becoming a volunteer firefighter are interested in pursuing a full-time position, while others simply want to do something noble and meaningful by giving back to their community. Either case, we need the hearts, minds, and hands.”
Currently, the Agency manages five (5) volunteer-only stations, and nine (9) career-staffed stations, with nearly 70 volunteer responders.