The Jackson Ranger District is located in Jackson, Wyoming, is home to the North Zone fire organization with fire management responsibilities on the Jackson Ranger District. Resources include a 20-person interagency helitack crew and Type IV Engine 441.
Located on the Bridger-Teton National Forest is Engine 421 (a Type 4 Wildland Fire Engine) based out of Big Piney, Wyoming and Engine 671 (a Type 6 Wildland Fire Engine) based out of Pinedale, WY.
The town of Kemmerer – along with the neighboring towns of Diamondville and Frontier – makes up the small community located at 6927 feet about sea level, in the rolling hills of Southwestern Wyoming. The community is rooted along the Hams Fork River – which is part of the Green River watershed – and has a population of approximately 3,126 people.
Engine 301 Work Station: Grand Teton National Park Headquarters, Moose, WY
Teton Interagency Fire staffs a total of seven engines; five Forest Service, one Park Service, and one interagency.
Applicants must be United States Citizens and at least 18 years old. Wildland firefighters need a high level of muscular and cardiovascular fitness to perform safely in difficult environments such as steep terrain, extreme temperatures, high altitude and smoke. Firefighters must be able to travel for up to 21 days away from their home duty station, and will often work weekends.