Volunteer With Us

The volunteers who serve Crooked River Ranch Fire & Rescue share a common trait: the desire to help and give back to others. If you have the desire to help the community, believe in excellence at performing any job, find respect and appreciation rewarding, and are not afraid of hard work, then Crooked River Ranch Fire & Rescue wants you as a volunteer.

MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS

  • Must be 18 years of age or older
  • High school graduate or equivalent required
  • Must have a valid Oregon driver's license
  • Must pass criminal background check and drug screen

The Fire District has three unique volunteer opportunities available to you:

FIREFIGHTER VOLUNTEER

  • Participate in fire and emergency medical service (EMS) related drills and attend classes to attain and maintain necessary skills related to fire suppression, life safety, rescue operations, property conservation operations, clean-up projects, and other related activities.
  • Respond to fire and EMS related emergencies.
  • Perform firefighter related duties including, but not limited to, the use of hose, pumps, equipment, emergency apparatus, tools, and water tender operations.
  • Perform EMS related duties including, but not limited to, skills associated with your current EMS certification level for patient care, rehab unit staffing and response, and medic standby.
  • Maintain, check, and test apparatus, equipment, and facilities as assigned.
  • Write and submit required reports by computer for emergency and non-emergency activities
  • Participate in community activities, public education, station tours, and other events that require positive public interaction.
  • Follow standard policies, procedures, guidelines, and safety rules.

EMERGENCY MEDICAL SERVICES VOLUNTEER

  • Participate in emergency medical service (EMS) related drills and attend classes to attain and maintain necessary skills related to life safety, rescue operations, and other related activities.
  • Respond to EMS related emergencies.
  • Perform EMS related duties including, but not limited to, skills associated with your current EMS certification level for patient care, rehab unit staffing and response, and medic standby.
  • Write and submit required reports by computer for emergency and non-emergency activities.
  • Participate in community activities, public education, station tours, and other events that require positive public interaction.
  • Follow standard policies, procedures, guidelines, and safety rules.

SUPPORT VOLUNTEER

  • This program is designed for those who want to help the Fire District in a non-emergency response role.
  • Participate in community activities, public education, station tours, and other events that require positive public interaction.
  • Perform work on antique apparatus.
  • Assist with administrative functions of the Fire District.

 

HOW TO BECOME A VOLUNTEER

The first step in becoming a volunteer is to fill out the online interest Form below. Before each academy you will be contacted and sent an application. Then your application will be reviewed by Fire District members and if you meet the minimum requirements, you will be invited to "a get to know you" type of interview with Fire District members. If the members approve, CRRF&R will conduct the background check, drug testing, and physical agility test. If you pass the process, you may be selected to become a volunteer with CRRF&R.

VOLUNTEER INTEREST FORM