Join Our Dedicated Team
Dry Creek Rancheria Fire Department recruitment efforts are an important part of keeping our community safe. Hiring committed, skilled professionals is the first life-saving tactic in a series of steps to protect our fellow citizens.
We welcome the opportunity to meet people interested in volunteer or full-time fire careers and are here to help you to decide your next best step. Top-notch training is provided to all staff members when you join our team.
Joining the DCRFD is a rewarding and unique experience where you serve both the Dry Creek Rancheria and Sonoma County communities. Working or volunteering for a Tribal agency brings with it the opportunity to work in a diverse, progressive environment.
By joining the Dry Creek Rancheria Fire Department, you can expect:
- One of the highest stipend rates in the county
- Brand new and top-of-the-line equipment
- Free, full-issue uniforms and apparel
- Unique training opportunities
- Participation in state-wide mutual aid events
- Support and funding for outside training
- Generous benefits package*
- $5,000 a year towards outside training/education*
*Full-time employees only
Our Work is Never Done
When we’re not fighting fires or educating the public on fire prevention, we’re training to better serve our communities. As such, educational and training opportunities are a critical component of our work. We conduct training in fire suppression, emergency medical care, hazardous materials response, technical rescue, fire prevention, and fire code enforcement. Likewise, we celebrate staff accomplishments, awards and promotions as outcomes of successful training.
Mandatory Volunteer Requirements
After completion of the Volunteer Academy, all volunteers are required to work a minimum of 48 hours a month and attend 50% of the scheduled monthly trainings.