Wildfire Defense Systems
Happiness rating is 61 out of 100
2.9 out of 5 stars.
Write a review

Wildfire Defense Systems Careers and Employment

Work happiness

Scores based on about 54 responses to Indeed's survey on work happiness
Do people feel happy at work most of the time?
Do people feel they are appreciated as a person at work?
Do people feel that they are paid fairly for their work?

About the company

  • Industry
  • Link
    Wildfire Defense Systems website
Learn more

Jobs

You’re seeing all 32 jobs at Wildfire Defense Systems because we can’t find any available jobs at Wildfire Defense Systems close to Ashburn, VA at the moment.

Browse jobs by location

California

4 jobs

Salaries

Salary estimated from 473 employees, users, and past and present job advertisements on Indeed.

Security & Public Safety

Rating overview

Rating is calculated based on 38 reviews and is evolving.

1.0020193.3620203.1720211.602022

Reviews

Data Capture Analyst in Bozeman, MT
on March 29, 2021
If you are into natural disasters and earth sciences, you will probably enjoy the subject matter. It can be very fun and social due to the layout of the work environment. Long shifts, weird times, and not very flexible time off can wear down someone who wants some work/life balance.
Firefighter in Bozeman, MT
on December 9, 2022
This place promises the sky as the limit and then cuts your feet off at the knees. They constantly ask how they can do better, but then immediately ignore and disregard any feedback. There is a mental list of benefits (fringe or direct) that everyone keeps in their head that helps justify working fir this place. On a pretty routine basis they decide to take away some of those. This year was the final straw when they "standardized" their holiday bonus. Without telling any of the staff, either seasonal or full time, everyone got roughly 10% of their expected bonuses. The seasonal employees especially come to rely on this bonus to incentivize them to return next year because we know that the company is looking out for us. Not anymore. Any ambition for employee loyalty are squashed every time you get your hopes up. Then they have the balls to ask for input on why employee retention is so low.
Field Supervisor in Remote
on August 19, 2022
Please be honest. Most of the upper management would be fired tomorrow if they were reviewed with accomplishments and true success considered. Ask the employees who makes a difference…. Or since you are making great profits, just keep cycling through them….
Wildland Firefighter in Sacramento, CA
on July 29, 2022
Management sucks, they usually waste your time for 3 hours. Unorganized and a hot mess don’t work here if you want fire experience they give false claims and it a scam of a job.
Engine Boss in Liaison
on June 28, 2022
The company keeps growing and becoming better to work for. On fires, you are going out and prepping properties ahead of the fire. Putting a scratch line around the structure. Applying vent tape, moving combustibles, setting up sprinkler kits around the house. Then prior to leaving, you will go back and remove the vent tape, move the combustibles back, and anything else you moved. On days when you aren't on a fire, you will do training (online and hands on) to be better prepared.

What would you say about your employer?

Help fellow job seekers by sharing your unique experience.

Questions and answers

People have asked 27 questions about working at Wildfire Defense Systems. See the answers, explore popular topics and discover unique insights from Wildfire Defense Systems employees.

See questions about:

  • Interviews
  • Hiring Process
  • Working Hours
  • Promotion
  • Benefits
  • Working Environment
  • Background Check
  • CEO
  • Company Future
  • Part Time Jobs
  • Salaries
  • Work from Home
  • Work Life Balance

Interview insights

Insights from 21 Indeed users who have interviewed with Wildfire Defense Systems within the last 5 years.

Average experience
Interview is easy
Process takes about a day or two

Interview Questions

at the time of hiring there was no HR or interview process. Just needed S130/190.

Shared on August 11, 2022

Problem solving situations. Past examples of successes and even failures (where you were able to recover.)

Shared on March 11, 2021

Common questions about Wildfire Defense Systems

Wildfire Defense Systems locations

What's being discussed at Wildfire Defense Systems?

Select a topic to see what people are saying about different issues

People also viewed

  • Companies
  • Wildfire Defense Systems