Emergency Services Consulting International (ESCI) has been contracted by GEFPD to conduct an Organizational Study of the District. You are invited to attend a town hall meeting, Tuesday, 1 September at Station 9, to provide your input regarding the operational, economic and policy issues facing our District.
GEFPD is hiring a Temporary Human Resources Generalist/Administrative Assistant for a broad range of Human Resources, general office and administrative services. For more detailed qualifications and a job description please click the links below. E-mail resume and cover letter to firstname.lastname@example.org. Contact Elizabeth Avilés at 970.328.7244 with any questions. Job Posting Temporary HR/ Admin Assistant Job Description
I am pleased to announce the hiring of several members within our organization. Firefighter Shaun Moore has been hired as our new Engineer; firefighter Taylor Story has been hired as our new Full-Time Firefighter; and firefighters Ryan Gregor, Benjamin Kaufmann and David McWhorter have been hired as Temporary Full-Time Firefighters. The competition for these positions was fierce. We were very lucky and proud
All of us at the Greater Eagle Fire would like to thank our citizens for your continued and valuable support and input, it is greatly appreciated. As some of you may or may not know, Chief John Patterson is no longer part of the Greater Eagle Fire Protection District. We hope you can understand and appreciate we wanted to deal with this transition
We got a great thank you card from Cash Anderson, for his birthday party here at the station! Thanks, Cash, and we’re happy you had a good party! If you’d like to inquire about hosting a birthday party at the station, please contact Elizabeth Aviles at 328-7244. Cash Anderson Thank You Note
Time to repost this public safety announcement, and please pass it on. Yesterday, a local Colorado State Trooper was injured due to unsafe drivers. Slow down out there when the weather turns rough. Pay attention to changing weather and road conditions, and keep an eye out for obstacles and disabled vehicles. Leave for your destination early enough that you aren’t in a rush.