Assistant Fire Chief/Training Officer
Assistant Chief Jay Alley began his fire service career in 1983 as an Explorer Scout with Stayton Fire District. When he turned 18 years of age he joined as a volunteer firefighter where he advanced through the ranks to volunteer Division Chief. His employment during his volunteer service was with the Oregon Department of Forestry as a Forest Officer in fire protection. In July of 1996, he was hired full time as the Division Chief/Training Officer and later promoted to Assistant Chief/Training Officer. The responsibilities of this position include the day-to-day operations of the district and managing the training of personnel.
Locally, Assistant Chief Alley is a member of Marion County Fire Defense Board, Mid-Willamette Fire Instructors Association, and Marion-Polk County Fire Investigation Team.
At the state level, Assistant Chief Alley is an active member of the Oregon Fire Instructor Association and the Oregon Fire Chiefís Association. Assistant Chief Alley also serves as District Liaison Officer to review Marion and Polk County Fire Districtís training programs for the Department of Public Safety Standards and Training.
Assistant Chief Alley is a graduate of Regis High School in Stayton and holds an A.A.S. Degree in Fire Science Technology from Chemeketa Community College. Assistant Chief Alley has a number of professional certifications and his Oregon Emergency Medical Technician Basic certification.
Address & Contact Information
Phone: 503-769-2601 x103