Temporary Seasonal Job Vacancies (1039)

Temporary Seasonal 1039: Duty Station Grants Pass Oregon

2021 SRC will host a rookie class of 2-4

Temp Hire Jobs Open October 30th 2020 and Close November 9, 2020.

Vacancy announcements for these positions are posted on USAJobs. The application submittal period
for all 2021 temporary jobs in Oregon and Washington is October 30, 2020 – November 9, 2020. All
applicants who have applied to the announcements on or before the listed cutoff date and are found to
be qualified and in the quality group, will be referred for consideration to the selecting officials in
February and March 2021.

TEMP GS- 4 (Helitack Announcement)

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TEMP GS- 5 (Helitack Announcement)

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Permanent Seasonal Job Vacancies (PSE)

Permanent Fire Hire: Jobs Open August 24th 2020. Duty Station Grants Pass Oregon

-Apply for a job even if there are no vacancies currently on the crew. 

-GS 6 and above Job Announcements will be open for the entire year, to be filled as positions are vacated. 

Permanent GS-4/5 Senior Firefighters:13/13 CLOSED 10/9/2020

There is no vacancy at this grade level. 

USA Jobs Announcement:

Permanent GS-6/7 Squad Leaders: 18/8 OPEN YEAR ROUND

There are no vacancies at this time. 

USA Jobs Announcement:

Permanent Assistant Foreman GS- 7/8 PSE OPEN YEAR ROUND

There are no vacancies at this time. 

USA Jobs Announcement:

Permanent Foreman GS- 9 PSE OPEN YEAR ROUND

There are no vacancies at this time.

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The Selection Process:

Each season, the Siskiyou Rappel Crew seeks quality employees to fill crew member positions for duty as aerial delivered wildland firefighters. Before being considered for a position, applicants must meet these basic minimum requirements: be 18 years of age at time of hire, provide proof of U.S. Citizenship, have at least one season (3 months or more) of experience where their primary duty was as a wildland firefighter, and complete the Work Capacity Test (WCT) within the specified time for arduous duty. Qualifications beyond basic wildland firefighter, such as FFT1, ICT5, FAL1, EMT, etc., are not required but are highly desirable. Previous recreational rappel experience is not required nor is it advantageous.
Occasionally, one or more of the permanent positions on the crew become available. These positions are targeted for experienced helicopter crewmembers with a strong background in fire management and aviation.

Pay Scale:

Most crew members qualify as a GS-462-4 with an hourly wage of approximately $14.30. Overtime is paid for duty over 8 hours in a day at a rate of 1.5 times the base wage. For hazardous duty (which includes fire suppression activities, low level recon, and a variety of other helicopter related operations) employees are compensated an additional 25% of their base wage for all hours worked during that day. The Siskiyou Rappel Crew averages approximately 750 hours of overtime each fire season.

How To Apply:

All hiring is processed through the Federal Government's Official Job Website:

Job offers for temporary, detail and apprentice positions are typically made in January or February. Offers for permanent positions could occur at any time - check the 'Current Vacancies' section above.

If you have any questions regarding the job description, application process or web site, please feel free to contact us. 541-471-6891 
Due to the volume of applications you are also highly encouraged to schedule a visit and stop by the base. (map)

Interested? Tell us about you: Candidate Questionnaire