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Wildland firefighters focus on preventing and suppressing outdoor fires. They work seasonally, traveling to prescribed locations where they tend to areas with a tendency to catch fire due to extreme conditions. These trained professionals work a strenuous schedule, often responding to emergency calls to fight active fires at any given moment during peak season. They are also responsible for conducting regular maintenance and equipment repairs on fire engines and tractors among other tools used to extinguish and prevent fires.
While a high school diploma is the only educational requirement for a wildland firefighter, acquiring outdoor skills and completing fire science courses can definitely increase your chances of being selected for an interview. Wildland firefighters are also required to be in peak physical condition, training for months prior to applying for a job.
Whether you are looking for a summer job or a career in wildland fire management, working as a wildland firefighter can be very rewarding for someone looking for an exciting outdoor job and likes to travel. Typical interview questions are focused on your leadership experience, teamwork, stress management and technical ability. As a part of the interview process, you must pass a test to prove you are physically fit enough to carry hoses and operate heavy machinery. Before your interview, be sure to research the organization and their specific requirements so that you can prepare for their fitness test!