Battalion Chief Job Description Sample
Correctional Officers maintain and supervise inmates in state Correctional facilities in a controlled humane environment. This position may be at a Maximum Security Prison.
Incumbents perform in a trainee capacity and acquire the knowledge, skills and abilities required in this occupation.
THESE POSITIONS ARE LOCATED IN LOVELOCK, NEVADA. If you are interested in a Las Vegas position, please apply to their specific job announcements.
Minimum qualification is to list 2 years of your most recent full time or equivalent work history. Work history can be part time or full time work, military or college experience after high school graduation. Make sure the FTE column on the right side of the work history section totals 2 years or greater.
Although 2 years is the minimum qualification, please list your most recent 10 years of work history and any additional correctional officer related experience. 1 week to 2 weeks after your application has been reviewed you will be invited to a Physical Fitness testing date. If you pass all events then you will stay the remainder of the day to complete additional pre-hire activities to include background documents, a psychological test, an interview and drug test. All correspondence will be done through the NVAPPS notification system and the email address that you list on your application.
Make sure you have your email settings set to accept email from the internet domain of "doc.nv.gov". Many systems will send doc email to a spam bin and that will keep you from receiving the invitations to test. In order to qualify as a Correctional Officer (non trainee - Autoprog Day After Hire): * Minimum Bachelors in Criminal Justice, Psychology, Sociology, Social Work, Criminology or Administration of Justice, or * AA + 6 months of experience as CO or
- One year of experience as a CO in Correctional facility, or * 5 years as a Police officer.
To see full Class Specifications visit: http://hr.nv.gov/Resources/ClassSpecs/Class_Specifications-13_0/
In order to be qualified, you must meet the following requirements:
Education and Experience (Minimum Qualifications) High school graduation or equivalent education and two years of work experience; OR an equivalent combination of education and experience.
Special Notes An Associate's Degree in corrections, criminal justice, or a closely related field may be substituted for six months of the required journey level experience.
Special Requirements As a condition of appointment and continuing employment, must be available to work any post/shift assignment. A State of Nevada/FBI background check will be required of the selected applicant. Applicants must be able to meet current Peace Officer Standard & Training (P.O.S.T.) requirements as established in the Nevada Revised Statutes and Nevada Administrative Code.
Pursuant to NRS 284.4066, this position has been identified as affecting public safety. Persons offered employment in this position must submit to a pre-employment screening for controlled substances. The Nevada Department of Corrections will not appoint an applicant for employment if they have been convicted of a DUI/DWI within seven years of their written application; or convicted of 2 or more DUI/DWI within their lifetime.
A pre-employment criminal history check and fingerprinting are required. The Nevada Department of Corrections will not appoint an applicant for employment if they have been terminated for cause (due to a conduct-related situation) from a department of local, state, or federal government. The Nevada Department of Corrections will not appoint an applicant for employment if they have been discharged from military service other than honorably.
Pass a strict annual physical examination in accordance with the provisions of the Heart/Lung Bills. Must be a US citizen and 21 years of age at time of appointment. The Nevada Department of Corrections will not appoint a person to a law enforcement position if they have been convicted of a felony in this State or of any offense, which would be a felony if committed in this state.
The Nevada Department of Corrections will not appoint a person to a law enforcement position if they have been convicted of any offense involving the illegal sale or manufacture of controlled substances. The Nevada Department of Corrections will not appoint a person to a law enforcement position if they have been convicted of domestic violence. The Nevada Department of Corrections will not appoint a person to a law enforcement position if they have used any illegal controlled substance within one year of the date of application including prescription drugs not prescribed to them.
As a condition of appointment and continuing employment, must be willing to work overtime on short notice, as well as weekends and holidays. As a condition of appointment and continuing employment, must be willing to be recalled on short notice, as well as weekends and holidays. As a condition of appointment and continuing employment, must be willing to be placed on stand-by status if necessary.
As a condition of appointment and continuing employment, must be willing to work variable schedules that may include 8, 10 or 12 hour shifts. As a condition of appointment and continuing employment, must pass all phases of orientation training. As a condition of appointment and continuing employment, must possess a valid driver's license.
Positions in this series manage, supervise and participate in wildland fire suppression; fire prevention and education; presuppression; equipment and facility maintenance; and forestry and fire law enforcement. Assist the Forestry Program Manager - Fire to ensure that the components of the divisions Wildland Fire Protection Program are managed and operated in an efficient, accurate and safe manner consistent with State, federal and division regulations, policies and procedures.
Incumbents function as first-line supervisors who train, supervise and evaluate the performance of assigned staff; assign and review work; and initiate disciplinary action. The Division of Forestry's mission is to provide professional natural resource and wildland fire management services to enhance, conserve and protect forest, rangeland and watershed values, endangered plants and other native flora.
Under general direction of the Regional Fire Management Officer, incumbents manage the long term and day-to-day operations of the Wildland Fire Protection Program to include: prevention, fuels management, rehabilitation and suppression. The Battalion Chief is responsible for supervision and training/qualifications of assigned personnel; scheduling staffing commensurate with risk; strategic planning; equipment maintenance; and assisting with administrative duties in areas such as budget preparation.
The Battalion Chief works closely with state, federal, and local cooperators, as well as landowners, to ensure adequate wildland fire response across boundaries to schedule prevention, education and mitigation; to assist with fire prevention and defensible space inspections; and to implement fuel reduction, prescribed burn, and rehabilitation projects as directed. The incumbent must be able to communicate effectively both orally and in writing.
Incumbents must be qualified as a NWCG Firefighter I (FFT1) (or higher), Engine (ENGB) Boss, Incident Commander Type 4 (ICT 4), and either as a Strike Team Leader or a Task Force Leader at time of application, and must maintain these qualifications for the duration of employment. Incumbents need to hold a Nevada Class B Driver's License and be a Division Supervisor trainee. To verify these eligibility requirements for the position, a copy of your Red Card, or equivalent, MUST be attached to application at time of submittal.
Incumbents must pass a work capacity test at the arduous level prior to appointment and for continued employment. The test consists of a three (3) mile walk, carrying a forty-five (45) pound pack, in less than forty-five (45) minutes. * THIS RECRUITMENT MAY CLOSE AT ANY TIME BASED ON THE AMOUNT OF APPLICATIONS RECEIVED. QUALIFIED APPLICANTS ARE ENCOURAGED TO APPLY AS SOON AS POSSIBLE.
To see full Class Specifications visit: http://hr.nv.gov/Resources/ClassSpecs/Class_Specifications-1_0/
In order to be qualified, you must meet the following requirements:
Education and Experience (Minimum Qualifications) Associate's degree in fire science or closely related field and four years of progressively responsible firefighting experience in wildland fire suppression; OR Graduation from high school or equivalent education and five years of progressively responsible firefighting experience in wildland fire suppression; OR one year of experience as a Fire Captain in Nevada State service; OR an equivalent combination of education and experience as described above. Special Notes Some positions in this series are required to obtain and maintain a Nevada commercial driver's license with endorsements as specified by the agency.
Special Requirements Positions in this series are required to work varied shifts including evenings, weekends and holidays. A valid driver's license is required at the time of appointment and as a condition of continuing employment. All positions in this series must have certifications as identified by the agency at the time of application.
Incumbents must obtain additional certifications, as identified by the agency, within specific timeframes identified by the agency, and must maintain those certifications as a condition of continuing employment. Pursuant to NRS 284.4066, all positions in this class have been identified as affecting public safety. Persons offered employment in this class must submit to a pre-employment screening for controlled substances.
Applicants may be required to pass a thorough medical examination and physical agility test prior to appointment and for continuing employment. Additional Position Criteria A current Red Card showing the following qualifications is required and a copy must be attached to your application: 1) Firefighter 1 or higher; 2) Engine Boss Single Resource; and 3) Incident Commander Type IV. A current Red Card showing either a Strike Team Leader, Task Force Leader or Division Supervisor Trainee MUST be attached to your application. A valid Class B driver's license is required at time of appointment and as a condition of continuing employment.
Battalion Operations And Training Sergeant
Virginia Military Institute is accepting applications for a Battalion Operations and Training Sergeant who serves as a member of the Commandant of Cadets' staff. This non-commissioned officer has a broad mission scope within the Cadet-led Battalion, with an array of responsibilities requiring interface and coordination among five cadet companies on a daily basis. As the Battalion Operations and Training Sergeant, he or she assists in the cultivation and assessment of emerging Cadet Leaders. Through personal counseling, mentoring, coaching and teaching methods, the Battalion Operations and Training Sergeant conveys a professional and positive leadership example. He or she does so while employing the principles of VMI's adversative system in all personal, professional, and physical dealings with Cadets. The Battalion Operations and Training Sergeant provides daily hands-on mentorship, leadership, instruction and advice to Cadets, via direct means and/or through the Cadet Leadership chain of command. The Battalion Operations and Training Sergeant will also enforce regulations and standards in barracks and throughout the VMI post. Primary Duties: ? Serve as a member of the Operations Staff under the Assistant Commandant for Operations
Mentor, guide, and assist Cadets during their planning and execution of training events, parades, ceremonies, and off post operations
Review training schedules, operations orders, and other documentation ? Develop and train battalion and company-level Cadet Leaders
Indoctrinate principles of leadership using the Army leadership model (be-know-do) - Promote a high level of military bearing and discipline ? Enforce Blue Book standards for barracks, rooms, uniforms, and Cadets
Inspect Cadet uniform and personal appearance, correcting when necessary
Conduct room inspections according to schedule and via spot checks ? Emphasize proper Drill and Ceremonies
In conjunction with the Sergeant Major and the Cadet cadre, maintain standardized rifle manual, saber manual, cadence calling and marching techniques across the battalion
Evaluate weekly parades and march downs, and provide feedback to Cadet Leaders and Company TAC Officers ? Oversee battalion ratline activities
Ensure Commandant and VMI guidance is clearly articulated to and executed by company and battalion leaders
Work closely with Corps leaders to ensure proper ratline operations and adherence to rules of engagement throughout the year ? Establish and maintain high personal standards
Set an excellent example for all Cadets to follow
Ensure appearance, actions and physical fitness levels conform to the highest military standards ? Assist the Corps & Institute Sergeant Major
Aid in the planning and execution of New Cadet Military Training events
Coordinate drill and ceremonies training for emerging Cadet Leaders ? Serve as a Company TAC Officer Secondary Duties: ? Enforces Institute regulations, and assists in the maintenance of good order, health, and welfare within the corps ? Serves as a tactical officer for one of the cadet companies of the VMI regiment Starting salary based on qualifications and experience.
? Exceptional communication skills, both written and verbal, with the ability to adapt writing to a variety of platforms and audiences. ? Strategic and creative thinking. ? Experience with ROTC, Basic/Advanced Training, NCO Academy is desirable. ? Background with formal Drill & Ceremony units is desirable. ? Good problem-solving abilities ? Experience with building professional relationships ? Strong leadership and management abilities ? Extensive experience with MS Office Suite is required ? Flexibility and the ability to work nights and weekends are required. ? Strong organization skills and highly detail oriented. ? Ability to plan, organize, implement, and manage multiple priorities and projects. ? Strong analytical skills, including the ability to plan data collection that can inform actions, collect and organize data, synthesize findings, and make data-informed recommendations. ? Creative and goal-oriented with the ability to work independently and in collaboration. ? Appreciation and understanding for the mission of VMI. ? Experience working with college-aged students and cadets. ROTC experience a plus.
? Military experience and service from a mid to senior level (E6-E8) NCO highly preferred. ? Bachelor's degree highly preferred.
Criminal background check required for selected candidate.
Fire Battalion Chief (Open Only TO Current Permanent City OF Fresno Employees)
RECRUITMENT IS OPEN TO CURRENT PERMANENT CITY OF FRESNO FIRE DEPARTMENT EMPLOYEES ONLY.
IT IS THE RESPONSIBILITY OF APPLICANTS TO READ THIS JOB ANNOUNCEMENT IN ITS ENTIRETY FOR ALL PERTINENT INFORMATION.
The City of Fresno Fire Department is currently recruiting for Fire Battalion Chief. Under direction, incumbents manage the day-to-day operations of City fire companies and are assigned management of specific programs and/or administrative duties.
ALL CORRESPONDENCE regarding this recruitment and exam process will be sent via e-mail. All applicants will acknowledge such understanding when they complete their on-line application.
Immediate and future vacancies will be filled from this eligible list for a period of one (1) year from the date of promulgation. Pursuant to FMC Section 3-247, this list may be extended for up to an additional year.
Applicants must meet the minimum qualifications on or before the posted filing deadline to qualify for participation in the examination process and does not guarantee placement on the eligibility list:
Three (3) years of current and continuous service as a permanently appointed Fire Captain with the City of Fresno and graduation from an accredited college or university with a Bachelor's Degree. In order to be accredited, the accreditation must be received from the recognized list of accreditation associations of higher learning maintained by the U.S. Secretary of Education.
NOTE: Permanent Appointment means one who has been appointed from an eligible list and has satisfactorily completed the probationary period.
ICS 400 and Fresno Fire Department Acting Battalion Chief sign-offs (101.4 Acting Policy) required at time of application.
Possession of California State Fire Marshal (CSFM) Fire Officer or CSFM Company Officer course requirements (Company Officer 2A, 2B, 2C, 2D, 2E and Instructor 1). Two (2) years of related department experience may be substituted for each required CSFM class. Members who substitute experience for required classes must obtain the required certification within one (1) year of appointment. Applicants who possess the aforementioned certifications must attach to their online application.
Documentation verifying possession of a Bachelor's Degree and completion of ICS 400, CSFM Certification and Acting Battalion Chief sign-offs must be attached to your application. Applications lacking documentation may be rejected.
Employees originally hired on and after December 1, 1990 will not smoke or use any tobacco product on duty. Employees shall sign an agreement acknowledging that they have read and understood these requirements. Said understanding will be maintained in the employee's personnel file.
Pursuant to Career Development Program 103.1 of the Fire Department's Administrative Manual, incumbents may substitute two years of required experience for each required California State Fire Marshal (CSFM)* class.
National Fire Academy Executive Fire Officer (EFO) or California State Fire Marshal (CSFM) Chief Fire Officer or CSFM Chief Officer (curriculum retired 12/31/16) or Chief Fire Officer (CFO) through the Center for Public Safety Excellence (CPSE) will be required to be completed within five (5) years of appointment to a Fire Battalion Chief position.
Failure to meet these requirements shall be cause for removal from the Fire Battalion Chief classification.
- If substituting experience for CSFM classes, incumbents must successfully obtain the required classes and CSFM Company Officer Certification prior to the end of their probation.
How To Apply
Should you need assistance with completing your application call (559) 621-6950 during regular business hours, Monday-Friday 8:00 a.m.
- 5:00 p.m. Resumes will not be accepted in lieu of a completed on-line employment application.
Applications must be submitted by midnight on the filing deadline date or it will not be accepted for any reason.
INSTRUCTIONS FOR ATTACHING DOCUMENTS TO YOUR APPLICANT PROFILE:
Your document must be scanned and saved to your computer or thumb drive (save in PDF form).
Go to www.fresno.gov/jobs > City of Fresno Jobs > Apply On-Line> Enter Applicant Login Information (Login information must be the same used to apply for this recruitment)> choose My Career Tools (located at the top of the page)
Choose Cover Letters and Attachments
Select Add Attachments
For Attachment Type: choose Reference Attachment, then select Add Attachment link
Select the Browse button; you will then be able to attach the saved Document from your computer. Select Upload. Click Save and Return.
If you applied via Self Service, then you'll need to log into your internal account. Instructions above are still applicable.
The examination process may consist of the following:
- 20%: A job related Written Exam will be administered which may test a candidate's knowledge of City and Fire Department policies and procedures, and Resource Materials listed in the study guide. This is a standardized test.
Inspection privileges outlined in Section 3-240 of the Fresno Municipal Code (FMC) do not apply. An appeal of written test questions must be presented at the time of the Written Examination or it will not be accepted or further reviewed. The Written Examination is tenatively scheduled for Friday May 10, 2019.
- 80%: A panel of subject matter experts will conduct job-related assessments to evaluate a candidate's ability to perform a set of job-related exercises. Exercises may consist of two parts: written exercise and oral examination (weighted 30%) and two (2) emergency management simulation panels (weighted 50%). The Assessment Process is tentatively scheduled for Tuesday May 14 and Wednesday May 15.
Candidates must achieve a passing score on all parts to achieve placement on the promotional eligible list. Failure to receive a passing score in each part will result in the candidate failing the competitive process per FMC Sections 3-237.
Passing scores of all parts will be combined and will be used to determine your final score and placement on the eligible list.
Following the establishment of an Eligible list for Battalion Chief, the appropriate number of candidates pursuant to FMC 3-252 (a) 2, will be certified to the Fire Department. Prior to selection, all certified candidates will be invited to an interview with the Fire Chief. The Fire Chief will consider the candidate's personnel file, work history, training records and interview to assess their readiness for the position of Fire Battalion Chief.
Veteran Preference Regulations
Veteran's preference credits are not given for promotional examinations.
Examination Reference Material List:
SART Report: https://drive.google.com/file/d/0Bwa97LadhSs1VGk3YVVHR2pmY1U/view
FFD SOPs 100, 200, 300 series: https://www.fresnofiretraining.net/workspace.html
Fresno Operational Area Guidelines: https://www.fresnofiretraining.net/workspace.html
Agreements between the City of Fresno and Outside Agencies: https://www.fresnofiretraining.net/workspace.html
CCEMSA 600 Series Policies: https://www.co.fresno.ca.us/departments/public-health/emergency-medical-services/ccemsa-policies-and-procedures/central-california-ems-policies-and-procedures/-folder-243
National Wildfire Coordinating Group Incident Response Pocket Guide, (April 2018 -Purple): https://www.nwcg.gov/sites/default/files/publications/pms461.pdf
Firefighter's Bill of Rights: Government Code Title 1.
General; Division 4. Public Officers & Employees [1000 - 3599]; Chapter 9.6 Firefighters [3250 - 3262]: https://leginfo.legislature.ca.gov/faces/codes_displayText.xhtml?lawCode=GOV&division=4.&title=1.&part=&chapter=9.6.&article
Firescope California Fire Service Field Operations Guide, ICS 420-1. Incident Command System Publications, (2017-Purple Cover)
Unit 5 & 10 MOUs (IAFF Fire Basic and IAFF Management)
AO 2-16 (Discrimination and Harassment)
AO 2-25 (Policy on Drug and Substance Abuse)
AO 2-32 (Driver Standards Policy)
AO 2-27 (Preventing Workplace Violence)
Equal Opportunity Employer
The City of Fresno is an Equal Opportunity Employer. For more information please refer to our Career Opportunities web page on the City of Fresno web site.
Should you need a special accommodation due to a qualifying disability, please contact the Personnel Service Department at 621-6950 in advance of the examination.
Battalion Chief- Operations And Training- Nasa
CHENEGA INFINITY, LLC
Company Job Title:
Battalion Chief, Operations & Training- NASA
Chenega Job Title:
Must be able to obtain and maintain a Secret Clearance
Kennedy Space Center, FL
Assistant Fire Chief
Exempt, Full Time, Regular
The Battalion Chief of Operations and Training is primarily responsible to manage all subordinate firefighters, drivers, paramedics and lieutenants while on duty. This position provides a lead role as the on-scene incident commander and is responsible to mitigate emergency situations utilizing the Incident Command System following department standard operating procedures and established industry standards. In addition, this position will have an active role in the training of department personnel. In preparation for training this position will be required to research the training topic assigned, learn about the topic and develop a lesson plan pertaining to the topic which will be approved by the training division. This position will be required to deliver training to department personnel through lecture and a hands-on approach as directed. This position will be required to obtain the required certifications to operate all fire department pumpers, aerial apparatus, ARFF apparatus, squads, specialty vehicles MRAPs and all other vehicles that are assigned to the fire services fleet. This position must also have the knowledge to operate all department equipment to include hydraulic pumps, power units, generators, etc. Physical fitness to perform these duties is essential and the individual filling this position must remain in full duty status at all times to perform these functions. This position may be required to work a forty hour Monday-Friday eight hour shifts at times to meet the operational needs of the department.
Essential Duties and Responsibilities:
(Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions of this position)
Required to follow all company personnel and safety policies, and perform all assigned duties in a safe work manner.
Responsible for protection of life and property at the Kennedy Space Center and the direction and control of fire and rescue crews in the performance of routine and emergency work assignments.
Must train and direct the activities of subordinate personnel.
Responds to emergency calls and establishes Incident Command, assumes leadership until replaced by higher ranking authority if warranted. Directs the activities of the firefighters providing fire suppression, medical aid, rescue activities and hazardous materials mitigation.
Must professionally interface with the customer and other contractors as necessary.
Must review and evaluate job performance of subordinates as well as assess response crews for efficiency and effectiveness.
Participates in daily physical fitness program and conducts training activities to include training in fire suppression, hazardous material responsible, search and rescue, and other related areas.
Conducts recurring and specialized training classes for Fire Rescue Services personnel.
Develops and maintains lesson plans for all required training and maintains records for all training conducted.
Ensures testing procedures are completed in accordance with Pro Board requirements.
Attends training courses, reads and understands assigned material related to emergency medical care, firefighting and fire prevention.
As the fire official at the scene of an emergency, rapidly assesses problems and hazards and directs/controls combat forces to bring the incident to a safe conclusion.
Possesses knowledge of size-up, rescue procedures and fire suppression techniques and their application in buildings, facilities, and aircraft related materials and systems.
Possesses knowledge of all fire apparatus, equipment, and their operation.
Responds to vehicle accidents scenes and ensures approved extrication techniques are used utilizing specialized heavy hydraulic equipment during emergency situations.
Possesses extensive knowledge of streets, building addresses, suppression systems, fire alarm panel locations and hydrant locations.
Possesses extensive knowledge about motor vehicle laws and regulations of the State of Florida, regarding emergency vehicular responsibilities.
Complies with department policies, rules and regulations.
Personnel assigned to this classification are subject to perform at the Technical Rescue and HazMat operational level and may be required to obtain technician level certification in these areas if required to support a specialty function.
Receive and complete training for the Astronaut Rescue function if implemented during the contract period.
Participate in certification training classes when offered and pass such classes per the certification criteria.
Other duties may be assigned to meet business needs.
- Other duties as assigned
- This position supervises Lieutenants, Firefighter Drivers, Paramedics and Firefighters
(To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily.)
Must possess a high school diploma or GED.
Associate degree in related field and four (4) years' experience in fire operations. Equivalent education/experience is applicable.
Must be at least 21 years of age.
Must have at least two (2) years' experience as a paid full-time DoD or State of Florida or Pro Board Lieutenant
Must meet all standards as required by Statement of Work.
Honorably discharged from the Armed Services (If Applicable)
Successfully completed all training and have obtained all required licenses, certifications and security/medical clearances for the site.
Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:
Must possess effective oral and written communication skills.
Skill in operating a personal computer and standard office equipment.
Must have knowledge of a variety of computer software applications in word processing, (MSWord, Excel, Access, PowerPoint), and Outlook.
Must possess a DOD or Florida State or Pro Board Firefighter II certification.
Must possess a DOD or Florida State or Pro Board Fire Officer II certification.
Must possess a DOD or Florida State or Pro Board Fire Instructor I certification.
Must have the ability to successfully complete NIMS Courses IS-100, IS-200, IS-300, IS-400, IS-700 and IS-800
Must possess an Emergency Vehicle Operator's Certificate.
Must possess and maintain a valid Class E Florida state driver's license.
Must speak, read, write, and understand the English language, apply written rules, detailed orders, instructions and training material.
Have no record or history of illegal drug use, sale, possession, or manufacture.
Have no felony convictions and no convictions that reflect on the individual's reliability.
Must be able to meet and maintain NASA Physical Certifications.
Must be able to successfully pass all required Psychological examinations.
Must be able to meet drug testing and alcohol – free workforce requirements to include random drug and/or alcohol testing.
Must possess technical rescue certification to the awareness level and hazardous materials certification to the operations level within one year of hire date.
Must possess one of the following certifications - DOD ARFF Firefighter, or Pro Board ARFF Firefighter within one year of hire date.
- Shows respect and sensitivity for cultural differences; Educates others on the value of diversity; Promotes a harassment-free environment; Builds a diverse workforce.
- Treats people with respect; Keeps commitments; Inspires the trust of others; Works with integrity and ethically; Upholds organizational values.
The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.
While performing the duties of this Job, the employee is regularly required to sit and talk or hear. The employee is frequently required to walk; use hands to finger, handle, or feel and reach with hands and arms. The employee is occasionally required to stand; climb or balance and stoop, kneel, crouch, or crawl. The employee must occasionally lift and/or move up to 170 pounds. Specific vision abilities required by this job include close vision.
Must successfully complete a pre-employment Combat Task Test (CTT) and biannually thereafter as prescribed by the government.
Ascend and descend 75 feet of stairway while carrying a 14 pound simulated high rise pack.
Hoist a 50' roll of 1-3/4" hose with nozzle, using a 1/2" to 5/8" rope, to a height of 50 feet.
Simulate forcible entry by hitting 150 lb. beam with 9 lb. sledgehammer to move the beam a distance of 5 ft. (Keiser Force Machine). Firefighters must keep both hands below a tape-marked line on the sledgehammer which is 1 foot down from the head of the sledgehammer, and only contact the beam with the head of the sledgehammer.
Lift, drag or carry a 170 lb. mannequin a distance of 85 ft.
The CTT must be completed wearing full NFPA approved protective clothing to include full structural firefighting bunker gear (coat, pants, boots, gloves, hood and helmet.) A KSC supplied self-contained breathing apparatus with a composite bottle shall be worn and personnel shall wear the face mask, maintain adequate respiratory seal and breathe bottled air while performing all elements of the test.
The CTT must be completed within 7 minutes. If assigned to the Astronaut Rescue function the CTT must be completed within 4 minutes.
The work environment characteristics described here are representative of those an employee encounters while performing the essential functions of this job.
The employee will normally work in a temperature-controlled office environment, with frequent exposure to electronic office equipment.
The employee will be required to adjust to a controlled environment during normal daily activities to the extremely hot and possibly cold environments associated with firefighting duties at a moment's notice.
During visits to areas of operations, may be exposed to extreme cold or hot weather conditions. Is occasionally exposed to fumes or airborne particles, toxic or caustic chemicals, and loud noise.
Chenega Corporation and family of companies is an EOE.
Equal Opportunity Employer Minorities/Women/Veterans/Disabled/Sexual Orientation/Gender Identity
Native preference under PL 93-638.
We participate in the E-Verify Employment Verification Program.
Senior Vice President, Chief Growth And Strategy Officer
Working with The Celerian Group (TCG) leadership team, this position will develop and drive the strategy, solutions and growth of TCG. It is accountable for formulating the long term strategy of TCG and building/integrating the corresponding business development, product/solutions management and growth strategies. The incumbent will be accountable for revenue growth to capture current and future market opportunities through utilization of existing enterprise capabilities, formulation of new/innovative solutions, formulation and development of a diversification plan for market presence through organic and inorganic growth.
50% Work across key activity areas that drive growth to optimize business and profit. Direct reports may include leaders accountable for marketing, business and proposal development, product/solution management and growth.
20% Lead, direct and influence end-to-end functional resources including sales/growth/business development, production/solutions, government accounts and marketing, insights/reporting.
10% Provide leadership and direction to facilitate creation and maintenance of strategic relationships with clients and profitable business growth.
10% Build a culture to attract, retain and engage high caliber talent with federal market expertise to do their "best work".
10% Formulate and execute strategies to ensure successful entry and growth into new public sector markets; champion and model enterprise cultural values including relationships, performance, integrity and innovation.
Bachelor's degree any major
Required Work Experience:
15+ years of broad progressive leadership experience formulating long term strategy and developing/growing business in the federal contracting arena and healthcare supporting industry.
Proven expertise and success in business structures and integration aligned with strategy impacting operating, financial and support structure and systems
Proven track record as a leader who can effectively build high performing teams and develop strong relationships within a complex, multi-functional organization while providing leadership through organizational transformation/change.
Demonstrated financial acumen and ability to align finance/investments with business strategies to maximize growth & profitability including alignment of enterprise/support systems for compliant government business.
Required Skills and Abilities:
Ability to differentiate the business in the market place. Known as a change agent with a track record of building successful solution-oriented businesses.
Decisive and determined. Requires drive and attention to detail to implement strategic plans and tenacity to follow through with those plans in the face of adversity.
Recognized leader who effectively leads and influences in a complex matrix environment.
Demonstrated ability to listen to and inform personal opinion through the input and influence of others. Firm and committed with decisions made.
Influence and negotiation skills. Communicates a clear and compelling vision. Builds a broad base of support among key decision makers and influencers. Uses personal influence and credibility to achieve organizational impact.
Master communicator with the ability to build consensus and communicate outcomes and value gained from decision. Ability to mobilize people toward a shared vision.
Demonstrated ability to communicate effectively and efficiently at multiple levels of large, complex organizations, both within the government arena and internal to the enterprise.
Master's Degree in Business Administration, Healthcare Administration or related degree.
Preferred Work Experience:
Proven experience and success in government healthcare programs, Health and Human Services (HHS) agencies and information technology services and products. Proven experience in corporate mergers and acquisitions for government contracting and/or health entities.
We participate in E-Verify and comply with the Pay Transparency Nondiscrimination Provision. We are an Equal Opportunity Employer.
Equal Employment Opportunity Statement
BlueCross BlueShield of South Carolina and our subsidiary companies maintain a continuing policy of nondiscrimination in employment to promote employment opportunities for persons regardless of age, race, color, national origin, sex, religion, veteran status, disability, weight, sexual orientation, gender identity, genetic information or any other legally protected status. Additionally, as a federal contractor, the company maintains Affirmative Action programs to promote employment opportunities for minorities, females, disabled individuals and veterans. It is our policy to provide equal opportunities in all phases of the employment process and to comply with applicable federal, state and local laws and regulations.
We are committed to working with and providing reasonable accommodations to individuals with physical and mental disabilities.
If you need special assistance or an accommodation while seeking employment, please e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org or call 1-800-288-2227, ext. 43172 with the nature of your request. We will make a determination regarding your request for reasonable accommodation on a case-by-case basis.
Chief Financial Officer
ATSC has an immediate opening for a seasoned and resourceful CFO to help lead us through our next stage of growth. This position will report directly to the CEO/President and will be a key partner and advisor to Leadership. The CFO will be responsible for assuring accurate, timely and compliant financial reporting, and key player in the implementation of internal controls/compliance and processes for the company.
Location: McLean, VA
- Provides leadership and mentorship to the Finance team
- Experience in financial oversight of FFP and CPFF types of contracts
- Manages and directs all accounting functions to include general ledger accounting, financial reporting, cost accounting, payroll/timekeeping, accounts payable and receivable
- Must have strong Costpoint hands-on knowledge to enable troubleshooting or items such as cost pool setup, revenue calculations, billing calculations, etc.
- Experience in leading/supporting M&A activities
- Responsible for continuously assessing current operations to identify and implement efficiencies
- Utilizing Deltek Costpoint - manage accounting services for assigned clients, responsible for project management of accounting scheduling and manages DCAA audits
- Maintains complete control of the balance sheet
- Oversees indirect rate structures, budgets, forecasts, incurred cost submissions, and general ledger, prepares monthly financial statements and variance analysis
- Completes and reviews financial reports and manages the general ledger.
- Serves as part of the Executive team.
- B.S. in Accounting or Finance, MBA and or CPA highly desirable
- 10+ years in progressively responsible financial leadership roles
- 8+ years of experience working for a government contractor
- Strong knowledge of FAR and DCAA regulations and requirements
- PC Proficiency including excel.
- Proficiency in pricing methodology for government contracts
- Proficiency in Deltek Costpoint, Federal and State Taxes
- Active security clearance preferred.
Professor And Division Chief Infectious Diseases
Contributes to the university's mission through teaching, research and service, some variation by academic unit.
American Board of Internal Medicine certification in Infectious Disease
Completion of an accredited residency and sub specialty certifications/training in infectious diseases.
Experience with Graduate Medical Education is preferred but not required.
Current (or eligible for) unrestricted licensure as a Physician in Texas.
Current DEA certification.
Eligible for malpractice insurance.
Extra mural funding is preferred but not required.
Academic degree as defined by the academic unit and as appropriate for the position held. Demonstrated record of effectiveness as a teacher, a record of peer reviewed publication and/or peer-reviewed creative activity which has contributed to the discipline or field of study, to the candidate's intellectual and artistic development, and to the quality of the academic enterprise; a record of professional service appropriate to the discipline; promise of growth in teaching and research or artistic and creative activity
Chief Of Dentistry
Liberty's New Dimensions in Healthcare - A DOH Article 28 Diagnostic and Treatment Center - is looking for an experienced Chief of Dentistry to provide excellent care to our community! Come join our team of healthcare professionals today!
- Excellent compensation and benefits
- Sign On Bonus
- Reimbursement for Malpractice Insurance
- Continuing Education Reimbursement
- Reimbursement for relocation expenses
- Flexible schedule
Education and/or Experience: License to practice dentistry in New York State. At least five years of clinical experience preferred. Experience with the need of individuals with disabilities and children preferred but not required.
Physical Requirements: Ability to assist with the transfer of patients.
- To provide direct dental care, which includes review of pertinent records, examination, diagnosis, consultation, treatment and/or referral to other appropriate sources of treatment, all in accordance with New Dimensions in Health Care Policy and applicable federal and state regulations.
- To effectively coordinate dental services with other professional services.
- To maintain accurate, timely and up-to-date patient files and records.
- Manage the performance of Dental Health Services ensuring there are adequate resources to meet the operational requirements of services.
- Provides high quality support, advice, information and guidance on the development of Dental Health Services.
- Assists with the development, review, and updates of policy and procedure for New Dimensions in Health Care.
- To participate in meetings, conferences, committees and project teams to develop and maintain high quality care and complete plans and reviews to assist the Health Center in fulfillment of its mission.
- Attend mandated training as required.
- Maintain positive relationships with other providers, patients, family members, coworkers and visitors.
- Provide direct supervision of Dentists and Hygienists, which includes performance evaluations.
We are proud to be an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Program Employer, Minority/Female/ Disabled/Veteran. We maintain a drug-free workplace and perform pre-employment physicals and substance abuse testing.
Chief Community Engagement Officer
Under the direction of the Superintendent, the Chief Community Engagement Officer is primarily responsible for the establishment, implementation, and evaluation of SFPS community engagement activities, which includes but is not limited to the following: working with the media, preparing press releases and planning press conferences; serving as custodian of public records; liaise with SFPS staff to build organizational capacity for community engagement, managing and supporting community engagement events for the Superintendent's Office; supervising the following functions: volunteer recruitment and management, SFPS webpage management, communication with the parents, internal and external stakeholders, manage social media and special events, Parent Academy and work to increase parental involvement, select social services support, truancy prevention, and diversity & equity initiatives; work with the SFPS Human Resources Department on employee recruitment and retention initiatives; working closely with the Superintendent in preparation for public events and developing and maintaining strong working relationships with the community, civic, and governmental partners; manage emergency communications during crisis-response situations; facilitation of meetings with both internal and external stakeholders; serve on the Superintendent's cabinet. An ideal candidate will have experience working with the media and is an energetic self-starter with experience engaging diverse community groups, nonprofits and/ or parent organizations in service of public schools or other related public entities.
Minimum: Bachelor's degree required in a field that will support the job functions. A minimum of 5 years of progressively responsible supervisory or administrative work experience preferred in educational or business operations management, or public relations; this experience may be in schools, public agencies, or private businesses. A comparable amount of training, education, or experience may be substituted for the minimum qualifications.
Preferred: Master's degree of higher from an accredited college or university with concentration in communications, public administration, education administration, or related fields.
Knowledge/Skills and Abilities:
Demonstrated evidence of strong organizational, leadership and managerial skills.
Demonstrated skill in oral and written communication.
Demonstrated ability to work with diverse groups of people.
Demonstrated ability for public speaking
Demonstrates effective communications skills, including speaking, listening, writing and public speaking abilities.
Ability to interact with respect for all employees, executive staff, SFPS Board of Education members and community leaders using tact, patience and courtesy.
Must process excellent skills in management and organization, problem solving, and public relations.
Position requires meeting with various community-based organizations on a regular basis and attend State Department of Education meetings, as well as regular internal meetings.
Excellent communication, time management, decision making, organizational, and problem solving skills
Knowledge of standard office software, including word processing, presentation builders, spreadsheet and Internet browsers.
Essential Job Functions:
All functions are performed in accordance with established policies, procedures, safety and environmental regulations, facility and computer security policies and procedures. Functions are subject to change from time to time to meet the needs of the organization. Current essential functions include the following:
Acts as official SFPS Custodian of Records and manages all public records requests according to "The Inspection of Public Records Act" NMSA 1978, Article 14, Chapter 2.
Acts as official communication liaison with the media (Local and out-of-state newspapers, television stations, and radio stations). Coordinates and researches issues to provide accurate and timely responses to all media requests. Facilitates responses to all media requests within SFPS Departments.
Manages emergency communications during crisis-response situations.
Creates Press Releases for the Santa Fe Public School District. Follows-up on inaccurate reporting regarding SFPS.
Directs and coordinates district communications to the community-at-large.
Coordinates "Event-Planning" including district-wide recognition events for employees, students, and the community. Coordinate design and creation of individual certificates for all events.
Acts as Official District Clearinghouse for community groups wishing to contact schools or district employees.
Designs and creates publications for the Santa Fe Public Schools, including, but not limited to, brochures, school profiles, and employee newsletters.
Cultivates and coordinates and serves as district liaison for community partnerships, special groups, and organizational contributions and collaborations with SFPS.
Assists all SFPS schools, programs and departments in cultivating and effectively using community resources.
Assists in coordination and implementation of Community School programs and initiatives.
Plans and executes community involvement processes and meetings.
Works with school site administrators and faculty, program, department and office staff, SFPF administration and committees on issues of community involvement.
Works with numerous community organizations, businesses, not-for-profit groups, ad-hoc groups and individuals concerning collaborations, contributions and partnerships with SFPS.
Gives talks and presentations to organizations and the media.
Serves as the official spokesperson for the District when the Superintendent is not available.
Perform other duties as assigned.
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