Community Wildfire Protection Crew Member (White City, Oregon)

Northwest Youth Corps
White City, OR
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POSITION: Community Wildfire Protection Corps Crew Member LOCATION: Two crews will be based out of White City, OR and travel daily to project sites. Shared housing can be provided for free - first come, first serve as there is limited space. PROGRAM DATES: SESSION #3: 09/05 - 12/02/2022 Note: White City crews will have Thanksgiving and Black Friday off (non-paid). Benefits: This Northwest Youth Corps position is operated in partnership with AmeriCorps, our country's national service program. AmeriCorps members complete paid terms of national community service to address our nation's most pressing issues. As an AmeriCorps member you will receive a living allowance of $5,800 stipend along with earning a $1,678 AmeriCorps Education Award for a total benefit of $7,478. Learn more about additional benefits here You will also receive: • Training/Professional Development, this comprehensive training will not exceed 20% of total member service hours and may cover the following topics: • NYC Leadership Philosophy • OHSA Courses • USDA Chainsaw Operation and Maintenance • Brush Cutter Operation • Power Pole Saw Operation • Wood Chipper Operation • Driver and Trailer Use • Tool Use and Maintenance • Defensible Space Inspection Training • Work Site Analysis • Crew Management and Motivation • Conservation Education • Risk Management and Safety Procedures • Diversity, Equity and Inclusion • Crew Management and Motivation • Behavior Management • Time Management • Anaphylaxis training • IS-100, IS-700, S-130, S-190, L-180. By taking and completing the above courses, this will result in you having taken all course requirements needed for Entry Level Wildland Firefighter (NWCG Firefighter 2) certification (i.e. Red Card). Having your "Red Card" will allow you to be employed as a Wildland Firefighter. • CWPC Crew members can gain industry-recognized credentials and skills that can be added to their CV/Resume. These will assist Crew members in gaining access to outdoor related career outlets. • Gear and Safety Equipment provided: 2 field work shirts, eye protection, ear protection, hard hat and more.
Required qualifications: -19-26 years old with High School Diploma or GED - Ability to lift 50lbs., hike several miles, and be on foot for 8 hours per day - Positive mental attitude, willingness to learn and have commitment to success - Ability to pass a criminal history background check and follow safety protocols
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Rachel Alldredge
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