Chief Inspector Job Description Sample
Oversees the inspection, release and certification of products processed within production areas of the business unit in accordance with company, regulatory and legal requirements. Oversees and monitors the training and re-approval of inspection personnel and initiates continuous improvement of inspection processes.
Regulatory and Customer:
Monitors and audits all business unit inspection personnel qualifications and performance of inspection duties to ensure compliance with regulatory and corporate policies.
Responsible for promoting the Safety Management System (SMS) and ensures adherence to the SMS policy. Responsible for observing all applicable safety requirements and reporting immediately any unsafe practices/conditions.
Monitors the adherence to the regulations and customer requirements with respect to quarantine of parts and components, inspection record retention and the accompaniment of release certification documents with completed products and initiates corrective action when necessary.
Acts as a liaison with the applicable Aviation Authority as requested by the Person Responsible for Maintenance (PRM).
Responsible for reporting on the status and performance of the inspection function to the Central Chief Inspector and/or functional/direct Management as applicable.
Works with the Operations Management Group to plan and coordinate applicable activities of the inspectors.
Provides regular input and feedback to Production Managers regarding the performance of assigned inspection personnel.
Exercises authority and leadership on inspection related topics, including improvements and Continuous Improvement (CI) projects.
Participates in Strategic Business Unit management team meetings to ensure continuity and focus of SBU and corporate strategies.
Provides performance review input for inspectors.
Participates and takes an active role in regular Quality meetings.
Business Unit and Inspection Support:
Provides technical support to business unit inspectors.
Reviews amendments to policies and procedures pertaining to inspection criteria within the business unit.
As required, provides technical interpretation with respect to inspection criteria.
Monitors the number of inspectors and their experience level and advises senior management of their capability and capacity to meet production demands.
As required, may be assigned to perform selected duties of the Product Quality Inspector to meet operational goals.
Participates in special projects as assigned.
Qualification and Certification of Inspection Personnel:
Monitors and administers approval process for inspection personnel.
Approves certifications and issues inspection stamps to candidates upon completion of pertinent Training Development Plans.
As required, retrieves stamps where necessary to ensure continued Airworthiness is maintained.
Periodically reviews final document packages and product for accuracy and conformity to customer, Original Equipment Manufacturer (OEM) and regulatory requirements.
Training and Mentoring:
Provides instruction and training to business unit inspectors in inspection methods and practices to provide consistent application of best practices.
Leads the development and monitoring of inspection-related training plans including continual and re-current training.
Acts as a mentor to inspection personnel and works closely with the Production Managers and the Training and Development Specialist where necessary.
As required participates in providing classroom training on inspection related topics.
Performs and supports trouble-shooting investigations in support of fact finding and problem solving.
Initiates and supports continuous improvement activities to achieve the SBU and corporate objectives.
Provides input and participates in error analysis to strengthen defenses where needed.
Evaluates the inspection process and leads continuous improvement initiatives on the business unit related to inspection activities. • Thorough knowledge of Detail Inspection, Quality Inspection and Quality Receiving functions.
Extensive experience in quality inspection.? Thorough knowledge of the applicable Civil Aviation Authority airworthiness certification requirements.
Strong planning, organizational, leadership, interpersonal, decision making, oral and written communication skills.
Ability to understand and follow Company Instructions, Company Processes, Quality Assurance Manual, Inspection Procedure Manual, and Original Equipment Manufacturer manuals.
Thorough knowledge of gas turbine engine theory and performance.
Airframe & Powerplant License required.
RB211-535 large fan MRO experience a plus.
Working knowledge of precision measuring instruments.
Working knowledge of Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, Access, Outlook); SAP and Oracle experience a plus.
Working knowledge of production management computer systems.
Ability to read, understand and interpret blueprints.
Must be authorized to work in the US.
Chief Inspector 2Nd Shift
Do you have what it takes to impact major global auto manufacturers? A-Brite Plating gives you the opportunity to shine. Located in Cleveland, Ohio, A-Brite Plating is an industry pioneer in plating on plastics. A-Brite is a division of the Plasman Group which operates 20 highly automated manufacturing sites and dedicated engineering and sales locations globally.
We are presently looking for a Chief Inspector to join our Cleveland, OH team on 2nd shift (3 pm - 11 pm.
Reporting to the Production Supervisor, the Chief Inspector is responsible for keeping the inspection line running to meet daily schedules and monitoring Inspectors on assigned jobs. In addition to typical duties of an Inspector, the Chief Inspector will:
Assign an adequate number of Inspectors to each job to ensure there is an even, constant flow to the line and to prevent the line from getting backed up.
Ensure Inspectors are properly inspecting all parts by observing their methods and occasionally auditing their work.
Assign employees to inspect every rack for defects and coordinate with Inspectors on the proper recording of scrap. Notify Shift Supervisor of any major issues with the quality of the plated parts.
Assign employees to verify that parts and rack counts are correct according to APIS or Production/Scrap Sheets.
Ensure that racks are adequate. Notify the Racking Line Leader if a rack must be pulled for repair.
Monitor and assist Inspectors when needed and aid in their training, including training on all Quality Alerts and Production Notices.
Verify that parts rejected are in fact rejects before parts are put into scrap barrels.
Work to review what is being rejected and to give feedback to the appropriate Inspector and Shift Supervisor
Ensure Inspectors are wearing white gloves and that clean gloves are available.
Check APIS or Production/Scrap Sheets to ensure that scrap is recorded correctly and Inspectors have signed off on each job.
Assign other duties to Inspectors when the line is slow.
Enforce all Company Policies, i.e. breaks, cell phone use, personal conduct, etc.; designate break times for Inspectors and ensure they are not being abused.
Communicate with the Shift Supervisor any problems associated with the quality of the plated parts, high percentages of scrap or mold defect or problems with any employee.
Supervise the activities of all Inspectors when downtime occurs and follow the Downtime Procedure.
Other duties as assigned.
Basic math skills required
Leadership skills in coaching/mentoring employees and resolving conflict
Highly motivated with the ability to work independently
Acceptable performance and attendance record required
Ability to perform well in high pressure and fast paced situations
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Line Maintenance Services Chief Inspector
The sky has no limits.
Flight is an instrument of human progress. It not only gets people where they want to go, it carries humanity to places it never thought possible.
At Pratt & Whitney, you'll be part of an evolving, globally diverse company that's moving fast to craft the future of aviation; one full of career opportunities and the chance to contribute and grow in a variety of ways.
Customers all over the world depend on our technology and the people behind it. Help answer today's challenges in powered flight while molding and supporting tomorrow's solutions. We work with an explorer's heart and your grit to build jet engines that turn potential into reality.
We enable passenger planes to soar quietly over our cities and power jets as nimble as birds to defend our freedom. Alongside developing technologies that challenge the status quo, we've built an environment where each and every employee is valued. We are fueled by people that bring passion, teamwork and leadership to everything they do – at work or in the community.
As a Line Maintenance Services Chief Inspector, you will act as the focal point for the Repair Station, local FAA Flight Standards District Office, as well as all required regulatory bodies as required, which includes the scheduling, preparation, hosting and close-out / follow-up of any open actions / findings / observations, and provide mentorship the for LMS inspectors in resolving shop floor inspection related issues.
Responsibilities / Accountabilities
You will serve as the SME during inspections to the facility by any regulatory and or customer representatives, and the follow up of resolution to their findings/concerns.
You will ensure accuracy of manuals through regular reviews, which includes ensuring alignment to the repair station changing business processes and procedures. This involves regular revisions to be communicated to the team, as well as regulatory bodies as required.
You will be responsible for ensuring there is robust standard work in place for issuance of work-packages in accordance with customers provided work-scopes. This includes the standard work for quality over-sight of task in process (quality clinic; quality control; in-process findings; etc…).
In addition, Quality needs to ensure proper closure, accuracy of final product (including completion of all requirements) prior to issuance of final paperwork to customer / final archiving of repair station records
You will handle, revise, and audit our training manual to ensure alignment with the operations training program.
You'll oversee training events that support the training objectives and regulatory requirements of the repair station.
You will conduct regular audits and reviews of the suppliers to ensure compliance with established supplier expectations.
You'll provide mentorship to suppliers to make sure that services provided are satisfactory to our requirements.
You will oversee DIVE investigations and utilize RRCA tools to determine root cause of in process findings and identified turnbacks. Guide DIVE teams to establish corrective and preventative actions to eliminate systematic issues. Communicate findings of investigations to the staff, as well as others at different levels in the organization.
Environment, Health & Safety
You will also work closely with operations staff to establish EH&S standard methodologies to be implemented in the shop. Develop and incorporate safety procedures that ensure the safety of people in the workplace.
You'll stay informed of global EH&S initiatives and communicate these to the team.
Plan regular EHS review meetings internally to address EHS related turnbacks and plan internal EHS initiatives.
Monitor pollution and waste generated by repair station and ensure waste management practices are in compliance with UTC/Pratt & Whitney and state/federal waste management requirements.
Research pollution prevention strategies to implement reduction of waste stream levels.
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The primary purpose of this position, Fire Chief, GS-0081-13, is to be responsible for the overall management and supervision of the fire protection/crash rescue and fire prevention program for the base.
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Plan, organize, and oversee the activities of the Fire Protection Flight.
Exercise supervisory personnel management responsibilities.
Represent the Fire Protection Flight with a variety of installation and functional area organizations.
Assume full charge at crashes, fire, or emergency situations, directing activities and personnel, transmitting instructions to Assistant Chiefs on the scene or other personnel as to the procedures to be followed.
Determine need, budgets for, and recommends acquisition of additional and/or different fire protection, firefighting, and specialized rescue equipment, contract services, formal training, etc.
Occasional travel - Work may occasionally require travel away from the normal duty station on military or commercial aircraft.
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0081 Fire Protection and Prevention
Fire Prevention Inspectors
Inspectors, Fire Prevention
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U.S. Citizenship Required
Males must be registered for Selective Service, see www.sss.gov.
Incumbent must be able to obtain and maintain a SECRET security clearance as a condition of employment.
Must be certified by the DOD Fire Fighter Certification system as Fire Officer IV , Fire Instructor II , Fire Inspector II HAZMAT Incident Commander, and Airport Firefighter
Incumbent may work a minimum 56 or 60-hour week with supervisor?s approval, incumbent is on call 24 hours a day, seven days a week unless TDY or on leave.
This posn is subject to provisions of the DoD Priority Placement Program
THIS POSITION HAS BEEN DESIGNATED FOR DRUG TESTING. IF YOU ARE SELECTED FOR THIS POSITION YOU MAY BE SUBJECT TO URINALYSIS TESTING PRIOR TO APPOINTMENT AND YOU WILL BE SUBJECT TO RANDOM URINALYSIS TESTING AS A CONDITION OF EMPLOYMENT.
Employee may be required to work other than normal duty hours, to include evenings, weekends and/or holidays
Employee must maintain current certifications
Disclosure of Political Appointments
Desired candidates likely possess an associates degree in Fire Safety or related field, AND 6 years progressively more responsible fire service experience, including 5 years managing multiple fire companies or in a senoir administrative position.
This is a centrally managed position that is located in the Civil Engineering career field.
This position may be designated Key positions IAW AFI 36-507.
A 1 yr supv probationary period is required if not previously met.
QUALIFICATIONS: In order to qualify, you must meet the specialized experience requirements described in the Office of Personnel Management (OPM) Qualification Standards for General Schedule Positions, General Administrative, Clerical, and Office Services, to include the Individual Occupational Requirements (IOR) for the Fire Protection and Prevention Series, 0081.
SPECIALIZED EXPERIENCE:You must have one year of specialized experience at a level close to the work of this position that has given you the particular knowledge, skills and abilities required to successfully perform. Typically, we would find this experience in work within a field that is closely related. To be creditable, the specialized experience must have been equivalent to the next lower grade level (GS-12), pay band or equivalent. An example of creditable specialized experience includes being charge of firefighting, fire prevention, or training activities on a shift; or In charge of overall fire program management for inspections, training, hazardous material handling, or other programs.
FEDERAL TIME-IN-GRADE (TIG) REQUIREMENT FOR GENERAL SCHEDULE (GS) POSITIONS: Merit promotion applicants must meet applicable time-in-grade requirements to be considered eligible. One year at the GS-12 level is required to meet the time-in-grade requirements for the GS-13 level. TIG applies if you are in a current GS position or held a GS position within the previous 52 weeks.
KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES (KSAs): Your qualifications will be evaluated on the basis of your level of knowledge, skills, abilities and/or competencies in the following areas:
1.Knowledge of fire protection/prevention theories, principles, methods, techniques, and practices to establishpolicies and procedures and administer a comprehensive fire protection program.
2.Knowledge of safety and security regulations, practices, and procedures.
3.Ability to operate and direct others in operating in stressful and dangerous conditions.
4.Ability to plan, organize, and direct the functions and mentor, motivate, and appraise the staff of an organization through subordinate supervisors.
5.Ability to formulate and effectively implement fire fighting/emergency response plans and to direct personnel in such operations.
PART-TIME OR UNPAID EXPERIENCE: Credit will be given for appropriate unpaid and or part-time work. You must clearly identify the duties and responsibilities in each position held and the total number of hours per week.
VOLUNTEER WORK EXPERIENCE: Refers to paid and unpaid experience, including volunteer work done through National Service Programs (i.e., Peace Corps, AmeriCorps) and other organizations (e.g., professional; philanthropic; religious; spiritual; community; student and social). Volunteer work helps build critical competencies, knowledge and skills that can provide valuable training and experience that translates directly to paid employment. You will receive credit for all qualifying experience, including volunteer experience.
PHYSICAL DEMANDS/WORK ENVIRONMENT: Employee is exposed to out-of-control fires, HAZMAT spills, or possible explosions. May suffer from burns, dehydration, and other effects of heat, smoke inhalation, heavy protective clothing, falling materials, or explosions. Subject to physical injury and sensory damage from firefighting activities, exposure to HAZMAT and high noise levels. Must deal with victims in emergency situations that may be in varying stages of fright, panic, injury, and shock. There may be hazards while operating or riding fire trucks at high speeds under adverse conditions. The employee works outside in all types of weather conditions. Ability to move charged fire hoses, fire extinguishers and other equipment. Must be able to wear protective clothing, such as encapsulated suits weighing 50-60 pounds. Climbs ladders and works at various heights. NOTE: THIS POSITION REQUIRES A PRE-EMPLOYMENT PHYSICAL.
Must be certified by the DOD Fire Fighter Certification system as Fire Officer IV (includes Fire Officer I, II, III), Fire Instructor II (includes Fire Instructor I), Fire Inspector II (includes Fire Inspector I), HAZMAT Incident Commander (includes Hazmat Awareness, Hazmat Operations), and Airport Firefighter (includes Firefighter I, II).
This job does not have an education qualification requirement.
Building Construction Review Branch Chief
Do you love the building project and construction management process? Do you enjoy solving complex technical issues and effectively managing working relationships?
Does your leadership inspire others to excel? Do you feel gratified by helping others and keeping the public safe?
The Building Development Division in the Department of Development Services is responsible for managing and enforcing the Virginia Uniform Statewide Building Code for the County and the Towns of Haymarket, Occoquan and Quantico. The Building Construction Review Branch Chief is a senior leadership position in the Division. The position serves as the Deputy Building Official and is responsible for leading Process Improvement Teams; approving/denying standard Building Code Modification Requests; preparing Building Code Policies, Procedures and Interpretations; representing the Division at public meetings; and serving as the Acting Building Official.
The Building Construction Review Branch is comprised of the Plan Review Section and the Special Inspections Section. The Plan Review Section is responsible for ensuring that proposed project plans comply with the Virginia Uniform Statewide Building Code. The challenge is to complete accurate and consistent reviews on time that support the Construction and Inspection Process.
The Special Inspections Section is responsible for managing the Special Inspections Program. The Program is pivotal for ensuring that critical elements of buildings are built correctly and in a safe manner (i.e., structural systems; spray-on fireproofing; smoke evacuation systems). The challenge is to ensure the designer, contractor, 3rd Party Special Inspector and the County are working in tandem throughout the construction process to ensure compliance and safety.
Strong leadership, management, communication, technical and people skills determine the success of the Building Review Branch Chief position. Critical components include conflict management skills and platform/presentation skills.
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Starting Salary Range: $81,432.00 - $109,863.00
General Definition of Work, Typical tasks, Knowledge, Skills and Abilities
The statements in this class specification are intended to describe the general nature and level of work being performed by incumbent(s) assigned to this classification. They are not intended to be construed as an exhaustive list of all responsibilities, duties, and skills required of personnel so classified.
GENERAL DEFINITION OF WORK:
Performs difficult professional and administrative work managing the administration, planning and budgeting and supervising personnel engaged in Building Development Plan Review and Special Inspections for compliance with the requirements of appropriate state/local codes; work involves leading the Building Development Division's staff managing projects, developing and managing the branch's budget to include manpower and material requirements, and serving as chairperson for the County Code Academy.
Work is performed under the general supervision of the Building Official. Exercises full technical and administrative supervision over all professional, technical, administrative and clerical personnel.
Acts independently in exercising professional judgment in the decision making process within the framework of policies and procedures. Serves as Deputy Building Official by acting in his/her absence.
Manages and supervises all activities of the Building Construction Review Branch;
Plans, organizes, assigns, trains, and evaluates non-professional personnel engaged in the review of building plans and documents and performing special inspections for compliance with state/local codes, sound engineering practices, and acceptable standards;
Serves as Chairperson of the Code Academy Steering Committee;
Manages activities of County Code Academy to ensure compliance with state accreditation standards;
Assists in preparation of management plan and in administrative issues;
Co-Chairs the Development Project Management Team in meeting deadlines and responding to design professionals and customers;
Participates in Branch Chiefs' Project Management Issue Resolution Committee which is responsible for expeditious resolution of technical, administrative and process issues with the goal of maintaining safety while preventing or mitigating project delays;
Participates in targeted industry and pre-submission meetings;
Provides technical expertise and guidance to staff, the development community, and general public in interpreting building codes, polices and procedures;
Advises division chief on management/administrative issues and operations;
Assumes activities of the Building Official in his/her absence;
Develops and manages branch's budget to include manpower and material requirements;
Represents the County at local/state meetings concerning building construction plan review.
KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES:
Thorough knowledge of the principles, standards and practices of the Virginia Uniform Statewide Building Code, County, State and Federal Codes;
thorough knowledge of the Design and Constructions Standards Manual, Erosion and Sediment Control Statute and other County, State and Federal Regulations pertinent to building plan review and codes enforcement;
thorough knowledge of the principles and practices of Division policies, procedures and technical standards;
thorough knowledge of managerial and administrative functions;
thorough knowledge of the principles and practices of supervision and managerial techniques;
ability to supervise technical and administrative staff;
ability to perform independently;
ability to analyze, prepare and present complex technical reports; ability to communicate effectively both orally and in writing;
ability to establish and maintain an effective working relationship with development community, peers and general public.
Education and Experience
EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE:
Any combination of education and experience equivalent to Bachelor's Degree in architecture, engineering, construction management or related field; and 3-5 years of professional experience in Building Code Enforcement and Compliance; and 2-3 years of experience supervising professional level personnel.
Per the Code of Virginia Chapter 4, Title 54.1 - Licensure regulations are governed by the Commonwealth of Virginia Department of Professional and Occupational Regulations - Board of Architects, Professional Engineers, Land Surveyors, Certified Interior Designers and Landscape Architects.
State certification required as Virginia Certified Building Official in accordance with the Virginia Uniform Statewide Building Code.
Must possess a valid driver's license.
Must pass DMV Record Check.
If not required by law, Licensure as a Professional Engineer (PE) in Virginia is preferred.
Construction Inspector I
Department Information, Job Summary and Essential Job Functions
NOTE: The normal starting salary for this position is $18.56/hr. A higher hourly rate may be considered, dependent on the qualifications and experience of the selected applicant and/or the City's step placement policy.
Full-time employees will receive preference in the following order: major division first, then department, and then all other full-time City employees. If it is determined that no qualified full-time City employees exist, qualified part-time employees and external applicants will be considered.
This posting will be used to fill a current vacancy/vacancies at the Field Services Division of the Department of Public Works with The City of Oklahoma City. However, an eligibility list will be established or supplemented for filling future vacancies, including vacancies in other departments, per provisions of the AFSCME collective bargaining agreement. This job is under the direction of a Chief Construction Inspector. Employees of this classification function in a position in which knowledge and application of City Construction Plans and Specifications are required; however, specialized skills, knowledge, and abilities related to the specific areas of construction must have been obtained prior to assuming prior to assuming the position. Essential job functions include: conducting inspections of building(s), paving, storm sewers, bridges, sanitary sewers, water lines, driveways, paving cuts and repairs; records information; and interprets and explains construction plans and specifications which are applicable to public sector construction. The employee offers advice to contractors, citizens, and workers on problems occurring on public construction projects in order to insure that work being performed and materials utilized on the project are in compliance with Construction Plans and Specifications. The Construction Inspector I works on a semi-independent basis with unusual problems or situations referred to the Chief Construction Inspector. Work is reviewed by a supervisor on a periodic basis for quality, accuracy of information and adherence to proper policies and procedures.
Honorably discharged veterans of the United States Armed Forces who are not currently employed full-time by the City of Oklahoma City shall receive five (5) points added to the passing score on an initial selection process. Qualified applications must upload or submit a copy of their DD Form 214 indicating discharge type/character of service at the time of application.
Knowledge of Oklahoma City Construction Plans and Specifications.
Skill in recording information accurately.
Ability to communicate, using tact and diplomacy, in verbal and written form.
Ability to interpret, explain, and apply knowledge of Construction Plans and Specifications to work performed.
Ability and willingness to be objective in the performance of assigned tasks.
Ability and willingness to enforce and uphold City Construction Plans and Specifications.
Possession of a valid Driver License.
- Ability to determine compliance of building construction with blueprints and written specifications.
- Ability to inspect construction of paving, storm sewers, and bridges to insure compliance with City Plans and Specifications.
- Ability to inspect sanitary sewers to insure compliance with City Plans and Specifications.
Working Conditions and Physical Requirements
Subject to working on ladders, scaffolding, or floors in high places and with no surrounding walls.
Subject to working in enclosed spaces.
Primarily outside year-round.
Local travel required to and from various work locations.
Subject to working varied work shifts or irregular hours.
May work on or around slippery surfaces.
Subject to working near or around moving machinery.
Exposed to large amounts of dust when performing inspections.
Possibility of electrical shock when inspecting electrical connections.
NOTE: Typical City employee working hours are 8:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m. Monday through Friday. However, working hours vary (may require work to begin before 8:00 a.m. and/or end beyond 5:00 p.m. and/or may require work on weekends and holidays), and are subject to change, based on the duties and location of the position and the business needs of the assigned work unit/department.
Extend flexibility, mobility, and balance enough to bend, twist, and reach out when climbing or working from a ladder to test electrical connections.
Arm-hand steadiness, manual dexterity, and finger dexterity enough to use manual and power tools to remove panels, covers, etc.
Near vision enough to read blueprints, schematics, wiring diagrams, code books, equipment labels, etc.
Speech enough to communicate clearly and distinctly, and hearing enough to communicate in person, by telephone, and by two-way radio.
NOTE: An eligibility list will be established from this posting consisting of applicants who receive a score of 70 percent or better. Multiple selection procedures may be utilized; a minimum of of 70 percent or better will be required on each; and the results of multiple selection procedures will be equally weighted. The eligibility list will be in effect for 180 days from the date of the final selection procedure and will be used to fill future vacancies.
NOTE: City employees are required to receive pay electronically, either via direct deposit or pay card.
NOTE: Full-Time employees on the Interdepartmental lateral transfer/voluntary demotion list who are interested in this position must submit an application through the standard process.
NOTE TO FORMER EMPLOYEES: To participate in any selection process, former employees must be eligible for rehire. If you are unsure of your rehire status, please contact the Personnel Department at (405) 297-2530. If your rehire status has been coded "Not Eligible," "Eligible 3," or "Conditional," you will need to request a review of your rehire status through the Personnel Department's Labor Relations Division.
NOTE: Upon a conditional offer and acceptance of employment, the City of Oklahoma City will conduct a background investigation/verification. Applicants will be provided contact information for any third-party reporting agencies used to collect background information in connection with conditional offers of employment.
NOTE: Applicants will be provided a copy of the City of Oklahoma City's Drug and Alcohol Testing Policy upon conditional offer and acceptance of the position and prior to being directed for a health screen/physical examination and drug test.
NOTE: Completion of the supplemental questions is required. Responses to supplemental questions must be supported by work history/information listed on the application/resume.
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Term (NTE 5 years) position. Position may be filled as a temporary promotion or temporary reassignment (NTE 5 years), by a current permanent Army employee. Temporary promotions or reassignments may be extended up to a maximum of five years, and may be made permanent without further competition.
Position may be filled as a term appointment (NTE 5 years), if the candidate is not a current permanent Army employee. Term appointments may be extended up to a maximum of six years.
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Serves as Fire Chief, performing complete administrative and technical direction of the fire prevention and protection program.
Reviews and interprets technical manuals, and information contained in professional publications relative to fire prevention and protection.
Develop systematic, continuous improvement plans that detail actions to be taken and identify a timeframe to address existing gaps and variations.
Recommends the design, installation, and maintenance of fire detection, alarm, and extinguishing devices.
Manage and control incidents in accordance with applicable laws, regulations, and policies, such as the National Incident Management System, Incident Command Systems, jurisdictional authorities and boundaries, and scope of responsibility.
Attends fires, Hazardous Materiel (HAZMAT) incidents, emergency landings and crash landings and takes charge at the scene of the fire or emergency, deploying men and equipment to the best advantage.
Plans and directs, through subordinates, training programs designed for the particular needs of the installation, and observes training sessions and drills to assure adequacy.
Provides and projects critical manpower staffing and equipment requirements for support of current and future installation crash rescue support programs.
Advises subordinate supervisors on personnel policies and procedures, rights and privileges, conduct, job performance, employee suggestions, self-development, safety, training, and other matters concerning employees.
Occasional travel - You may be expected to travel for this position.
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0081 Fire Protection and Prevention
Fire Prevention Inspectors
Inspectors, Fire Prevention
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Appointment may be subject to a suitability or fitness determination, as determined by a completed background investigation.
Must be able to pass pre-appointment and subsequent periodic medical examinations IAW DoD 6055.5M to determine fitness for continued performance of the duties of the position.
This position is subject to random drug testing IAW AR 600-85.
This position requires a Secret security clearance.
This position requires incumbent to wear a uniform and safety apparel in accordance with established policies and procedures.
The work requires the employee to drive a motor vehicle. An appropriate, State and Government valid driver's license is required.
This is a Mission Essential position. Incumbents are not subject to administrative dismissal in emergencies created by inclement weather conditions or other emergency situations as appropriate.
This position requires a 120 hours biweekly with one 24 hour work shift each week and is subject to recall.
This position has a 5% of Temporary Duty (TDY) travel requirement.
Who May Apply: Only applicants who meet one of the employment authority categories below are eligible to apply for this job. You will be asked to identify which category or categories you meet, and to provide documents which prove you meet the category or categories you selected. See Proof of Eligibility for an extensive list of document requirements for all employment authorities.
Current Department of Army Civilian Employees
Interagency Career Transition Assistance Plan
Priority Placement Program (PPP), Program S (Military Spouse) registrant
Veterans Employment Opportunity Act (VEOA) of 1998
In order to qualify, you must meet the specialize experience requirements described below. Experience refers to paid and unpaid experience, including volunteer work done through National Service programs (e.g., Peace Corps, AmeriCorps) and other organizations (e.g., professional; philanthropic; religious; spiritual; community; student; social). You will receive credit for all qualifying experience, including volunteer experience. Your resume must clearly describe your relevant experience; if qualifying based on education, your transcripts will be required as part of your application. Additional information about transcripts is in this document.
Specialized Experience: One year of specialized experience which includes; (1) Experience managing, planning and executing fire prevention protection programs; (2) Establishing goal and objectives and formulate a budget for fire department; (3) Monitor the progress of the staff to make all decisions to insure the fire department maintains maximum efficiency; (4) Applying management objectives/goals for all employees and effectively communicate them to subordinates; (5) Applying modern techniques obtained by various classes, seminars, special courses and instruction to properly implement and direct the training required in the fire department; and (6) Ability to represent the department and command in public speaking engagements. This definition of specialized experience is typical of work performed at the next lower grade/level position in the federal service (GS-13).
In addition to specialized experience, the position requires the incumbent to possess the following certifications:
Fire Officer IV
Fire Instructor II,
Fire Inspector II,
Hazmat Incident Commander,
Airport Fire Fighter.
NOTE: These certifications must have been awarded by the DoD, IFSAC, or Pro-Board accredited training to meet this requirement. If you do not possess these certifications, you will be rated ineligible.(You MUST submit a copy of these certifications or your application package will be disqualified)
Some federal jobs allow you to substitute your education for the required experience in order to qualify. For this job, you must meet the qualification requirement using experience alone -- no substitution of education for experience is permitted.
You will be evaluated on the basis of your level of competency in the following areas:
Fire Prevention, Inspection, and Code Compliance
Fire/Life Safety Training, Public Education, and Outreach
Managing Human Resources
Time in Grade Requirement: Applicants who have held a General Schedule (GS) position within the last 52 weeks must have 52 weeks of Federal service at the next lower grade or equivalent (GS-13).
This position has been identified by Department of Army and approved by the Under Secretary of Defense for Personnel and Readiness as a secondary position for special retirement coverage as identified in 5 CFR 831 Subpart I for CSRS Retirement coverage and 5 CFR 842 Subpart H for FERS retirement coverage.
Coverage under Special Retirement Coverage is NOT automatic. However, an employee may bring their existing special retirement coverage with them if they meet the transfer requirements below.
CSRS - Per CSRS and FERS Handbook, Subchapter 46A, Section 46A3.2-1C - The employee, while covered under the special provision, moves directly (that is, without a break in service exceeding 3 days) from a primary position to a secondary position; and if applicable, the employee has been continuously employed in a secondary position or positions since moving from a rigorous position without a break in service exceeding 3 days.
FERS - Per CSRS and FERS Handbook, Subchapter 46B, Section 463.2-1C
1.The employee, while covered under the special provision, moves directly (that is, without a break in service exceeding 3 days) from a rigorous position to a secondary position;
2.The employee has completed 3 years of service in a rigorous position, including any such service during which no FERS deductions were withheld; and 3. If applicable, the employee has been continuously employed in a secondary position or positions since moving from a rigorous position without a break in service exceeding 3 days.
1.Service as a temporary or intermittent employee may be counted toward the 3-year requirement if it is otherwise qualifying. (While under an intermittent tour of duty, only actual days worked are counted.) For purposes of applying the 3-year requirement, it does not matter whether the service is actually made creditable by payment of a deposit or whether the service cannot be made creditable. Thus, even post-1998 nondeduction service (which can never be creditable under FERS for the purpose of qualifying for or computing a benefit can be used to meet the 3-year requirement. Also, Federal service under another retirement system for Government employees may be used to meet the 3-year requirement if it is otherwise qualifying.
2.A break in employment in secondary positions that begins with an involuntary separation (not for cause) within the meaning of 5 U.S.C. 8414(b)(21)(A) is continuous for this purpose.
In addition to providing the required eligibility documentation listed elsewhere in this job announcement, if you believe you are eligible for Special Retirement Coverage under a secondary position, you must provide sufficient documentation (SF-50s) as indicated above for verification.
Assistant Fire Chief
Under the direction of the Base Fire Chief, supervise and administer the operations of a crash/fire rescue shift. Coordinate and perform the prevention, control and extinguishment of all types of fires on the ground and coordinate and perform related rescue, first aid and property preservation. Includes fires or potential of fires involving buildings, structures, operational processes, grounds, aircraft (including military aircraft), missiles and separate or component weapons or other materials. It also includes the operation and coordination of operator maintenance of all types of firefighting and related rescue vehicles, equipment, systems and devices and services in support of overall base emergency contingency operations. Perform all other related tasks as prescribed by the Base Fire Chief. Scheduled workweek is shift type work of up to 56 hours per week, and may include 8, 16 or 24-hour coverage on varying schedules to include nights, weekends and holidays, depending on mission requirements.
Employee is required to work a 56 hour work week which includes weekends and holidays. May be subject to recall.
Must currently possess the following DoD/IFSAC/ProBoard firefighter certifications: Firefighter II and Hazardous Materials Operations
Possess and maintain a valid state driver's license and will obtain and maintain a military driver's license identifying assigned fire fighting vehicles.
Must be physically qualified to carry heavy objects, personnel and other items and will be required to pass pre-employment physical and physical agility test.
No Felony convictions and be able to qualify for United States Air Force and Department of Defense secret security clearance
Will be required upon hire to complete and maintain certification through the DoD Fire Emergency Services Certification Program to meet position requirements in accordance with DoD 6055.6M and AFI 32-2001. Certifications required are Fire Officer III, Fire Instructor II, Fire Inspector II, Hazardous Materials Incident Commander, ARFF, and ICS 300/400.
Required to possess State of WI EMT License and remained licensed as a condition of employment.
Transport Maint Crew Chief I Or II
Performs skilled transportation maintenance activities and leads a crew of Transportation Maintenance Technicians. Reports to a maintenance section supervisor or their assistant and assists in administration of the maintenance section. Work requires contact with private entities. Employees at this level perform work independently on assignments; however, all unusual issues are referred to the supervisor.
The essential duties for this job include:
Assists in monitoring materials testing and inventory of roadway maintenance materials.
Assists in overseeing the work of designated maintenance inspectors and sign technicians.
Estimates and gathers materials and equipment necessary to complete assignments.
Inspects roads while en route to and from job site and reports problems to supervisors. May Operate light equipment.
Inspects work performed by maintenance contractors.
Maintains records on materials and equipment used and employee time sheets.
Oversees contract workers and coordinates applicable activities.
Serves as a lead worker.
Performs other job responsibilities as assigned.
The required competencies for this job include:
Methods, procedures, equipment and materials used in intermodal transportation engineering construction and maintenance work
Materials used in highway/bridge construction and maintenance
Applicable testing methods, processes and procedures
The Texas Manual on Uniform Traffic Control Devices
Maintenance contract inspection procedures
Public relations for maintaining effective working relationships with individuals and groups
Leading, assigning, reviewing and monitoring the work of others
Coordinating labor, materials and equipment
Prioritizing and organizing work assignments
Maintaining a safe working relationship
This job requires the following:
- High School Grad or Equivalent in general high school studies
This job requires the following:
5 years in Roadway maintenance related work
Experience can be satisfied by fulltime or prorated parttime equivalent
No supervisory experience required.
Related College education or relevant technical training may be substituted for experience on year per year basis.
Licenses and Certifications
The following Licenses and/or Certifications are required for this job:
Commercial Driver License-Class A at time of application
Safety Impact Certificate - will be obtained at time of hire
Commercial Driver Certificate - will be obtained at time of hire
- This is a Safety Impact position (either Safety Impact, Commercial Driver and/or Vessel Crew Member) and will be subject to random drug testing.
Conditions of Employment
Standards of Employment
Applicants selected for an interview will be given a simulation to assess skills required for this job.
Safety Impact certifications are not required at the time of application. As required, the Safety Impact, Commercial Driver and/or Vessel Crewmember certification(s) will be issued by TxDOT at the time of hire.
Must obtain a Class A Commercial Driver License within 90 days of hire date.
Must pass a drug test prior to employment for commercial driver, safety impact and vessel crewmember positions. Commercial drivers, safety impact employees and vessel crewmembers will be subject to additional drug and alcohol testing during employment.
Required to work weekends and holidays.
Required to work hours other than 8 to 5.
Required to work under exposure to inclement weather conditions.
Required to wear personal protective equipment provided by employer and comply with all safety requirements.
Must attend work regularly and observe approved work hours.
Resumes are accepted for additional information, but you must complete the online State of Texas application to include a summary of your work experience. If this information is not completed, your application will be rejected. "See Resume" will not be accepted for work experience.
Additional Conditions for this position:
The Texas Department of Transportation reserves the sole right in determining the level of position based on the applicant's work experience, education, skill level and all other appropriate factors, and based on business needs.
Job postings expire at 11:59 PM CST (Central Standard Time) on the Posting Close Date.
Aviation Safety Inspector (Gao), Principal Operations Inspector
Serves as an Aviation Safety Inspector (General Aviation Operations), Principal Operations Inspector at the St. Louis Flight Standards District Office.
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The incumbent serves as a Principal Inspector (Operations) General Aviation/Part 135 in the General Aviation Unit. Functions as the primary operation interface between assigned air carriers/air operators/air agencies/airmen/designees and the Federal Aviation Administration. Has program responsibility to assure that assigned organizations meet Federal Aviation Regulations with respect to operations programs. Determines the need for, and then establishes work programs for surveillance and inspection of assigned organization within manpower and budget limitations to assure adherence to the applicable regulations.
Occasional travel - The job may require travel from time- to-time, but not on a regular basis. The travel may be for training or other work-related duties.
- Job family (Series)
1825 Aviation Safety
HelpRequirements Conditions of Employment
US Citizenship is required.
Selective Service Registration is required for males born after 12/31/1959.
Must submit an SF50 (See Required Documents)
Designated or Random Drug Testing required.
Interviews may be conducted.
Selectee must maintain a Second-Class Medical Certificate.
This position is covered by DOT's Drug and Alcohol Testing Program.
In-grade/downgrade applications will be accepted.
Applicants for all Aviation Safety Inspector positions must meet the Office of Personnel Management Qualification Standards:
General Requirements for All Positions:
Not more than two separate incidents involving Federal Aviation regulations violations in the last 5 years
Valid State driver's license
Fluency in the English language
No chemical dependencies or drug abuse that could interfere with job performance, and
High School diploma or equivalent.
Medical Requirements for All Positions:
Applicants must be physically able to perform the duties of the Aviation Safety Inspector position in a safe and efficient manner, with or without a reasonable accommodation. The minimum medical requirements include the following requirements:
Have good distant vision in each eye and be able to read, without strain, printed materials the size of typewritten characters (glasses and contact lenses permitted);
Have the ability to hear the conversational voice (hearing aid permitted); and
Not have any physical condition that would cause them to be a hazard to themselves or others that would interfere with their ability to fly as passengers in a variety of aircraft.
In addition, applicants for positions that require participation in the operation of the aircraft must:
Possess a valid second – class medical certificate in accordance with FAA regulations; and
Pass recurrent medical examinations as prescribed by the FAA.
Applicants not requiring valid second-class medical certificates who are tentatively selected will be required to:
Provide documentation from a board-certified physician certifying that they meet the minimal medical requirements; or
Individuals who do not meet the minimum medical requirements but who are otherwise qualified will receive an individualized assessment to determine whether they can perform the essential functions of the position.
To qualify for this position you must meet the Office of Personnel Management Qualification Standards for the 1825 series in the General Aviation Operation specialty which requires the following:
Valid, unexpired Flight Instructor Certificate with single and multi-engine airplane and instrument airplane ratings. Must have given a minimum of 200 hours of flight instruction in an aircraft.
Professional flying skill as demonstrated in a flight check to Commercial Pilot Certificate with an instrument rating;
Possession of Airline Transport Pilot Certificate or Commercial Pilot Certificate with instrument airplane rating.
Minimum of 100 flight hours within the last 3 years.
Minimum of 1,500 total flight hours.
Possession of single and multi-engine land airplane ratings.
Not more than 2 flying accidents in the last 5 years in which the applicant's pilot error was involved.
Possession of a valid second-class FAA medical certificate.
In addition, applicants must demonstrate in your application that you possess at least one year of specialized experience equivalent to GS/FG-12 in the Federal Service. Specialized experience is experience that has equipped you with the particular knowledge, skills, and abilities to perform successfully the duties of the position. Examples of experience may include: Assisting, conducting, or performing various technical functions related to certification, surveillance, investigation, and enforcement activities of FAR Part 135 air carriers/air operators..
For Lateral Movements Between 1825 Specialties: To assist in determining qualification requirements, applicants transferring between specialties at the same grade level are strongly encouraged to complete the appropriate Qualifications Assessment Tool (QAT) check sheet and upload it along with their resume. Check sheets are contained in Order 3410.26, Flight Standards Service Air Carrier and General Aviation Qualifications Assessment Tool for AFS Aviation Safety Inspectors. This order is located at: https://www.faa.gov/documentLibrary/media/Order/3410.26.pdf
The recency of specialized experience is waived for current FAA employees in the 1825 series.
Applicants should include examples of specialized experience in their Work History.
Qualifications must be met by the closing date of this vacancy announcement.
Errors or omissions may impact your rating or may result in you not being considered for the job.
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