Tuesday, November 29, 2016

Port Edward Fire/Rescue holding recruitment drive

The Port Edward Fire Hall is looking for some new members, with
Port Edward Volunteer Fire/Rescue hosting a recruitment drive

The Port Edward Volunteer Fire and Rescue Department is making the call out for volunteers as they look to expand the roster of those willing to step up and lend a hand to the community.

The openings for the team at Port Edward are open to residents of both Port Edward and Prince Rupert with applicants required to pass a criminal records check and have a clean drivers abstract.

The minimum age for applicants is 19 years of age.

The Port Edward department responds to fire calls in the community and is also responsible for a large area outside of the District's town site with Port Edward crews frequently called to assist for incidents along Highway 16.

You can find out more about the opportunities available with the department by contacting Fire Chief Shawn Pettitt at 250-600-7262.

Items related to the work of North Coast Emergency responders can be found from our archive page here.

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