Fire Chief Job Description Sample
Leads and supervises the Fire Department which has the duty and authority to provide fire protection services, emergency medical services and in general, comprehensive emergency management and prevention services for the City of Homer.
JOB FUNCTIONS AND MAJOR ACTIVITIES
Supervises and administers the operation of the Fire Department.
Supervises all paid and volunteer emergency service personnel including the selection, hire, training, promotion, assignment, performance, discipline and termination of volunteer personnel. Makes recommendations to the City Manager in hiring, promotion and termination of paid personnel.
Prepares and executes performance evaluations on paid personnel.
Responds to emergency service calls as appropriate and assumes command at major alarms as needed.
Plans and supervises the delivery of fire protection, rescue, emergency medical services, prevention programs, and related services.
Manages the City's emergency preparedness, response and recovery program as Director of Emergency Management.
Prepares and administers the Fire Department's operating and capital budgets.
Develops policies and procedures governing the activities of the Fire Department and Emergency Management.
Reviews, analyzes, and makes recommendations and proposals concerning planning, ordinances, policies, procedures, and projects as they relate to emergency services, emergency management, and fire and life safety throughout the city.
Supervises the maintenance of fire department records, reports, correspondence and other documents.
Supervises the maintenance of Fire Department apparatus, equipment and facilities.
Represents the Fire Department to city, borough, state and federal government officials, as well as private agencies and providers. Develops and coordinates mutual aid plans and cooperative agreements. Attends public and professional meetings to represent the fire department's interests and to keep abreast of current trends and developments.
Develops and participates in community relations programs to explain the activities and functions of the Fire Department.
Assists public with fire code compliance and cooperates with the State Fire Marshall in fire code enforcement.
SKILLS, KNOWLEDGE AND ABILITIES
Ten years' experience in emergency service leadership with an extensive knowledge of fire services, rescue services, and advanced life support emergency medical services with at least five years at the rank of Battalion Chief, equivalent, or higher. Certified as an IFSAC or Pro Board Firefighter II required. Fire Officer-I or II preferred. Baccalaureate degree in Business, Management, Fire Science, Public Administration or a similar field or equivalent. Graduation from the National Fire Academy's Executive Fire Officer Program preferred. Certified in Methods of Instruction in either EMS or Fire with significant training experience. EMS field experience required (EMT II/III/or paramedic preferred). Extensive knowledge in the principles and practices of managing an organization providing fire service, emergency medical services and related emergency services. Extensive knowledge the laws, regulations, codes and standards applicable to emergency services. Experience working in combination (paid and volunteer) departments strongly preferred. Strong interpersonal skills required for training and working with volunteers required. Valid Driver License required.
DECISION MAKING RESPONSIBILITIES
Requires ability to exercise independent judgment in the performance of all aspects of duties. Develops policy and procedures at department level. Responsible for decisions which may involve possible loss of life or destruction of property. Activities are a major source of potential liability to the city. Has maximum budget authority at the department level.
Supervises all fire department employees and volunteers.
High frequency contact with key city personnel. High frequency of attendance at public meetings. High frequency of contact with general public and government officials. Moderate frequency of contact with key service personnel.
High frequency of exposure to hazardous situations in performance of firefighter or EMT duties.
Must be able to bend, lift overhead, and work in confined spaces. Moderate exposure to adverse weather conditions. May be required to work at irregular hours, and on holidays. Regularly on-call for all emergency calls. Must be able to pass the physical exam and meet the physical ability requirements for a Firefighter I as defined in Homer Fire Department policy. Overtime exempt position.
Description Benefits Supplemental Questions
Total Cash compensation of $166, 328 – $191,396 includes salary of
$116,328 - $141,396 plus up to $50,000 deferred compensation
Class specifications are intended to present a descriptive list of the range of duties performed by employees in the class. Specifications are not intended to reflect all duties performed within the job.
Under general administrative direction of the City Manager, the Fire Chief plans, organizes, directs, and reviews the activities and operations of the Fire Department including fire prevention and suppression, public education, emergency medical services, and other activities designed to protect lives and property; provides leadership in coordinating the training and supervision of fire department personnel and in the operation and maintenance of fire fighting and emergency rescue equipment; coordinates assigned activities with other departments and outside agencies; and provides highly responsible and complex administrative support to the City Manager.
The Fire Chief is considered a Department Director with responsibility for directing the activities of a Department within the City. Positions at this class level serve as a member of the City Manager's Senior Management team and provide advice and counsel to the City Manager regarding strategic policy and problem solving issues relating to the assigned Department and the City overall. The Fire Chief serves as the City's Fire Marshall as well as Emergency Manager for the City's Emergency Operation Center.
Examples of Duties:
The following duties are typical for this classification. Incumbents may not perform all of the listed duties and/or may be required to perform additional or different duties from those set forth below to address business needs and changing business practices.
1.Guides, coordinates, participates and provides staff leadership in the development and implementation of departmental goals, objectives, policies, procedures, priorities and on long-range policy planning for fire department activities consistent with the goals and policies of the City of South Lake Tahoe.
2.Plans, organizes, guides and coordinates the activities of fire department personnel including fire protection, fire prevention and emergency services for the community.
3.Assures competency in the delivery of designated fire services through the creation of a system of accountability and acceptable community standards; and assigns tasks, reviews programs and monitors follow-through on accomplishment of assigned responsibilities.
4.Selects and provides leadership for training, supervision and evaluation of all career fire fighting personnel to respond and perform effectively at fires, accidents, medical emergencies, and in carrying out fire station duties; ensures the professional development of subordinates.
5.Represents the department to outside groups and organizations and participates in professional organizations and associations to the extent that time and work load allow.
6.Provides regular reports on department activities to the City Manager and City Council (when requested to do so) and attends City Council and other meetings as required.
7.Responds to emergencies and, as necessary, may assume command supervision at the scene of major fire responses.
8.Assumes responsibility for the overall preparation of and provides administration for the department budget and ensures departmental objectives are accomplished within budgetary constraints and consistent with City goals and objectives.
9.Regularly performs performance evaluations for all management personnel.
10. Directs the development of specifications for and purchase of equipment.
11. Oversees the maintenance of fire department facilities and equipment.
12. Provides leadership and training to department supervisors in the areas of staff development, proper evaluations and disciplinary actions, appropriate conflict resolution, and full compliance with City policies, including anti-discrimination and anti-harassment policies.
13. Provides leadership and guidance to the staff and personnel.
14. May coordinate disaster preparedness on a City-wide basis.
15. Interacts with other department directors to accomplish citywide goals.
16. Coordinates Citizen Disaster workers which includes recruitment, training, and deployment at City disasters and drills.
17 Performs related duties as required.
The following generally describes the knowledge and ability required to enter the job and/or be learned within a short period of time in order to successfully perform the assigned duties.
Modern principles and practices of municipal fire administration and management.
Principles and practices of leadership, motivation, team building and conflict resolution.
Principles and practices of municipal organization, public administration, budget and personnel management.
Laws, codes, ordinances and regulations affecting the conduct of the Fire Department operations under California law.
Principles of supervision, training and performance evaluation.
Analyze budget and technical reports.
Provide solutions and problem solve department cost recommendations.
Interpret and evaluate staff reports.
Understand, interpret, and apply laws, regulations, and codes.
Observe performance of and evaluate assigned staff.
Remember and utilize personnel rules.
Explain and interpret policy.
Organize, guide, coordinate, evaluate and direct, the activities of the various fire department personnel in a manner which is conducive to full performance and high morale.
Implement participatory management programs throughout the department and motivate staff by inclusion.
Properly interpret and make effective decisions in accordance with appropriate laws, regulations and policies.
Effectively manage staff relations including administration of appropriate disciplinary actions.
Select, supervise, train and evaluate subordinate personnel.
Prepare and recommend to the City Manager a proposed budget and administer department budget upon adoption.
Fairly and judiciously enforce anti-discrimination and anti-harassment policies and procedures.
Ensure that Department employees receive fair and accurate performance evaluations on a regular basis to ensure high levels of performance and to assist in professional growth and development of employees.
Communicate clearly and concisely, both orally and in writing.
Establish and maintain effective working relationships with those contacted in the course of work.
Education and Experience Guidelines - Any combination of education and experience that would likely provide the required knowledge and abilities is qualifying. A typical way to obtain the knowledge and abilities would be:
A Bachelor's degree from an accredited college or university with major course work in fire science, fire administration, or a related field. Certification and coursework form the National Fire Academy or equivalent is also desirable.
Seven years of increasingly responsible municipal or public fire service experience, including three years of management and administrative responsibility and responsible command level experience at the rank of Battalion Chief or greater.
License or Certificate:
Possession of a California or Nevada driver's license
Possession of Chief Fire Officer Certification
The conditions herein 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 job functions.
Environment: Work is performed in a standard office environment and outdoors with some travel to different sites; incumbents are exposed to inclement weather conditions; work and/or walk on various types of surfaces including slippery or uneven surfaces; incumbents may be required to work extended hours including evenings and weekends; and may be required to travel outside City boundaries to attend meetings.
Physical: Primary functions require sufficient physical ability and mobility to work in an office setting; to stand or sit for prolonged periods of time; to occasionally stoop, bend, kneel, crouch, reach, and twist; to lift, carry, push, and/or pull light to moderate amounts of weight; to operate office equipment requiring repetitive hand movement and fine coordination including use of a computer keyboard; and to verbally communicate to exchange information
Vision: See in the normal visual range with or without correction.
Hearing: Hear in the normal audio range with or without correction.
FLSA Designation: Exempt
City and Job Overview
The City of Garden Grove is seeking qualified candidates for the position of FIRE CHIEF.
Applications may be reviewed following City Council decision regarding contracting with the Orange County Fire Authority for the City's fire services.
The City of Garden Grove is the 5th largest city in Orange County, which covers approximately 18 square miles and serves a population of approximately 175,000 residents. The city is located 30 miles from Los Angeles and 10 miles from warm Southern California beaches. Garden Grove is home to the renown Strawberry Festival, the Christ Cathedral and Southern California's only indoor water park, the Great Wolf Lodge.
The Garden Grove Fire Department is a full-service department that provides fire and rescue services. The Department operates out of seven fire stations located throughout the City and is comprised of 2 division chiefs, 3 battalion chiefs, 26 captains, 24 engineers, 6 firefighters, 30 paramedics, 2 fire protection staff, 1 analyst, and 2 clerical support staff.
The ideal candidate should be fair, reasonable, and approachable with a collective decision-making style. The new Chief should provide an enhanced level of service to the staff as well as the community. The City is looking for a loyal Chief who feels comfortable being in the spotlight and representing the City in a professional manner. The Chief must be able to assess past and present practices and work culture and adopt the practices that work best for the staff, City, and community. Additionally, the new Chief needs to be fair and impartial and can work collaboratively with other department directors.
Example of Duties
The Fire Chief is responsible for:
Planning, organizing, directing, and coordinating the activities of Fire Department personnel, apparatus and equipment engaged in preventing and extinguishing fires, in saving lives and property, and in the enforcement of fire ordinances, laws and codes
Formulating departmental rules, procedures and policies, and seeing that they are carried out;
Maintaining effective discipline, reviewing all recommendations on the hiring, retention, placement, rating and terminations of personnel;
Conferring with agents of other governmental jurisdictions, with the Board of Fire Underwriters, with fire prevention bureaus, and with the Office of the State Fire Marshal;
Formulating an annual budget estimate and controlling budget expenditures;
Recommending purchase of equipment and supplies;
Meeting the public and various officials in furthering the public relations of the department;
Performing related duties as required.
EXPERIENCE AND EDUCATION
Seven years of increasingly responsible, full-time supervisory experience in a Fire department at the rank of Captain or higher, including three years at the rank of Fire Battalion Chief or higher, and a bachelor's degree with major coursework in fire science, public administration, business administration or a related field.
Modern principles, practices and techniques of Fire Department administration, organization and operation, and their applicability to specific situations; advanced methods and techniques of firefighting, fire apparatus and equipment, training, first aid, and fire inspection and prevention; customer service techniques and principles.
Analyze fire problems and plan policies and procedures; plan, assign, coordinate and direct the work of the different divisions in the department; command the respect of subordinates and the community; conduct comprehensive administrative studies; prepare in-depth reports on operations; supervise the compilation of data and the preparation of annual budget estimates; establish and maintain effective relations with City officials, other fire agencies, and the public; commit to providing quality customer service.
Must possess a valid CA Class C driver's license.
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. Incumbents in this classification walk, sit, lift and carry over 50 lbs, push, pull, climb stairs, stoop/bend/lean, turn/twist, repeat bending, crouch/kneel/squat, reach above and below shoulder level, use both hands and legs repetitively, use rapid mental/muscular coordination, repetitively twist or exert pressure involving wrists, speak clearly, hear normal voice conversation, distinguish shades/color vision, see long distance, see small details, use a telephone and operate mobile or motorized equipment.
The work environment described here is representative of those an employee encounters while performing the essential functions of this job. Incumbents in this classification work inside, outside, around moving vehicles, on ladders/scaffolding, exposure to severe contagious illness or disease, in direct contact with public, with hands in water, with loud noise, sharp objects, gases and fumes.
Other Important Information
HOW TO APPLY
Online applications can be completed by visiting: www.ggcity.org/hr. Questions regarding this position may be either sent via email to firstname.lastname@example.org or asked in-person at the Human Resources Department located at City Hall, 11222 Acacia Parkway, Garden Grove CA. City Hall is open Monday through Thursday, 7:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m., and every other Friday, 7:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
Completed applications must include:
- the completed online employment application,
- updated resume, and
- the completed supplemental questionnaire.
THE SELECTION PROCESS
Candidates who appear to have the best qualifications for the position may be invited to continue in the selection process. Meeting the minimum requirements does not guarantee an invitation to the next step of the process.
Candidates who may need accommodations during the selection process must contact the Human Resources Department at email@example.com at least one week prior to any interview date.
If there are any questions regarding this recruitment, please contact Liane Kwan at firstname.lastname@example.org
The City has adopted a Nepotism Policy that may affect the status of your application. Please refer to the Garden Grove Municipal Code 2.44.440 Nepotism Policy for more information.
Fire Command Center & Maintenance Dispatch Encore Boston Harbor
ABOUT ENCORE BOSTON HARBOR
Encore Boston Harbor is a luxury global destination gaming resort that will feature 671 hotel rooms with sweeping views of the Boston skyline and Boston Harbor, ultra-premium spa, luxury retail, high-end dining, and state-of-the-art ballroom and meeting spaces. At a total cost of $2.5 billion, it is the largest private single-phase development in the history of the Commonwealth. Situated on the waterfront along the Mystic River and connected to Boston Harbor, Encore Boston Harbor will include a six-acre park along the water that will feature a harborwalk, an events lawn, public viewing areas, ornate floral displays and retail and dining experiences that overlook the Encore Harbor Walk.
Encore Boston Harbor is currently under construction with resort opening anticipated June 2019. Once open, Encore Boston Harbor will employ over 4,000 team members. We invite you to apply to be a member of the founding Encore Boston Harbor team.
The Wynn Boston Harbor FCC & Maintenance Dispatcher will be responsible for operating a base radio unit to relay information, instructions and work orders to field supervisors, inspectors and other field personnel under standard and emergency conditions and to receive information and requests regarding work performed, work in progress and assistance. This includes, but is not limited to: maintaining processes, scheduling, and supporting department team members and maximizing opportunities for departmental success; maintaining all Wynn Standards; and ensuring excellent guest and team member experience.
Ensures all Wynn Boston Harbor core values and property and department standards are implemented and applied.
Participates in short-and long-term departmental goals, objectives, policies, and operating procedures; monitors and evaluates operational effectiveness; effects changes required for improvement. Identifies key drivers of success.
Actively contributes to the departmental performance, and the accuracy, confidentiality, and thoroughness of departmental policies and procedures; records and reports.
Verifies that all applicable internal policies, federal and state laws, rules, regulations and controls property wide are enforced within the department.
Delivers and maintains a maximum level of property-wide service and satisfaction.
Contributes to company-wide communication and best practices.
Assists in providing training opportunities for team members.
Keeps informed of all new developments within the department.
Effectively manages internal and external guest relations, which may require levels of patience, tact and diplomacy. Responsible for addressing guest and team member issues as appropriate.
Manages multiple priorities simultaneously and meets deadlines, often in stressful and high-pressure situations.
Must have the ability to promote positive, fair, and ethical relations with all team members, with all Wynn contractors, and in all interactions within the Host and Surrounding Communities, as an ambassador of the Wynn brand.
Provides radio communications and dispatch and clerical support regarding a wide variety of water maintenance and repair problems and customer service issues
Using a two-way radio base unit, dispatches and receives information to/from managers, leads and team members
Researches customer information in WSIS and relays requested information to field team members
Monitors the radio communication system and responds to requests and directions from field crews;
Routes and dispatches field personnel or inspectors.
Receives calls from internal departments and guests regarding service issues and water maintenance and repair problems
Routes to appropriate departments or field personnel
Receives notifications of illegal water use and emergency conditions such as main breaks, contractor damage to mains and other hazardous conditions
Dispatches field team members to evaluate reported emergency conditions
Determines priority and calls in requests for emergency line locations
Dispatches requests for materials for emergency repairs
Updates on the status of work-in-progress and to have orders dispatched for turn-ons, shut-offs, emergencies and other repairs; checks orders for completeness and accuracy
Receives calls from internal departments and guests regarding emergency turn-ons, shut-offs, no water or low pressure complaints and other repairs, hazardous conditions and emergencies; prioritizes requests for action; answers customer inquiries.
Enters comments on fieldwork performed, actions taken and other information in customer account records
Schedules inspections for pipe installation, pressure tests, certificates of occupancy, health samples and fire hydrant installations
Schedules meter readers, turn-ons, shut-offs, meter box replacements, meter repairs, meter locations and inspection appointments.
Notifies police, fire department and other departments, agencies and/or utilities of emergencies involving their areas of responsibility.
Reviews and distributes completed work orders
Maintains memoranda, records and files, including division activity records, labor logs, work orders, inventories, monthly activity reports, fire hydrant reports and permits, and necessary FCC records.
Works with safety as a priority, and follows department and company safety standards.
Maintains relevant knowledge of industry through continuing education and training.
Performs any other job-related duties as assigned.
To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each job responsibility satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.
Age, Gaming and Certifications:
21 years of age or above.
Will be required to obtain and maintain registration or a license issued by the Massachusetts Gaming Commission.
Massachusetts Second Class Engineer's License.
Education and/or Experience:
High school or equivalent degree required.
Minimum of 3 years of office, administrative, customer service or related experience preferred.
Requires general computer skills and basic knowledge of Microsoft Office.
Must possess outstanding organizational, interpersonal, and administrative skills, as well as excellent attention to detail.
Knowledge of basic hand and power tools and testing equipment and materials. Gas fitting required and sprinkler preferred. Fluent knowledge of chemicals, SDS personal protection equipment, sanitation, and OSHA guidelines required.
Knowledge of FCC-approved codes and radio procedures.
Ability to read, analyze, and interpret documents, such as policy and procedure manuals, maintenance instructions, and other related documents. Ability to respond to common inquiries from other employees or guests. Fluency in English required, second language a plus. Ability to write detailed instructions and correspondence. Ability to effectively present information in one-on-one and group situations.
Mathematical Skills & Reasoning Ability:
Ability to compute basic mathematical calculations. Ability to decipher various reports and maintain reports upon request.
The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by the Team Member to successfully perform the essential functions of this job.
While performing the duties of this job, the employee is regularly required to talk, hear and smell. The employee is also regularly required to stand, walk, sit, and use hands to finger, handle, or feel objects, tools or controls. The employee is regularly required to reach with hands and arms, and to sit, climb or balance, and stoop, stretch, bend, kneel, crouch, or crawl. The team member is required to detecting abnormalities in the operation of equipment using sight, sound and smell.
Specific vision abilities required by this job include close vision, distance vision, color vision, peripheral vision, depth perception, and the ability to adjust focus. Essential responsibilities include moderate physical ability such as lift or maneuver at least seventy (70) pounds, and varied instances of standing/walking.
The work environment characteristics described here are representative of those that exist while Team Members are performing the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.
The noise level in the work environment is typically loud. When on the casino, kitchen, or property floor or some back of house areas, the noise level increases to loud. Must be able to interact with internal and external guests in a professional manner.
Due to the unpredictable nature of the hospitality/entertainment industry, Team Members must be able to work varying-schedules to reflect the business needs of the property.
Team members may be expected to work outside and may be subject to all weather conditions and subject to varying levels of cold, heat, humidity, precipitation, wind, noise, and vibration. Work may be performed in and or around electrically or mechanically energized equipment. May be required to work in elevated places on ladders, lifts, catwalks, and staging inside and outside of the building. Proper precautions and procedures must be taken including the use of appropriate Personal Protection Equipment (PPE).
In accordance with our host and surrounding community agreements, we will give preference to properly qualified residents of the cities of (1) Everett, (2) Malden, and (3) Boston, Cambridge, Chelsea, Medford, and Somerville.
At Bozzuto, it's all about experience. Whether it's the experience you bring, gain or give, we want your journey to be exceptional. Guided by our core values of creativity, concern, passion and the pursuit of perfection, we've been creating inspiring, engaging and vibrant communities for three decades.
Why do we do it? Because home is where aspirations are pursued and memories unfold. We believe in the power to impact the lives of the people we touch through the delivery of extraordinary experiences.
Preserve and Protect the Community:
As the Chief Engineer, you will function as the hands on supervisor while ensuring that the onsite maintenance team/technicians deliver quality services that continue to keep Bozzuto managed properties and outstanding place for residents to call home and for retail and commercial tenants to do business.
As a Chief Engineer, your primary responsibilities include:
Oversee the operational aspects of the property in a manner which protects, maintains and improves the value of the owners asset
Effectively manage assigned staff to include activities such as assigning work, providing supervision and direction as needed
Implement preventive, ongoing and anticipated maintenance/repair programs
Select contracted services by developing scopes of work, requesting bids, monitor performance per scopes of work and contractual agreements
Manage multiple employees through effective communication, supervision, training and scheduling to ensure tasks are completed on time and within budget
Develop multi-year capital project plans and manage the process to complete the capital projects
Compliance with applicable building, city/county and safety codes and regulations
Monitor performance of in-house and contracted services and take necessary action to assure in-house performance and contracted services (security, landscaping, janitorial, etc.) are performing up to our maximum standards
Maintain safety, cleanliness and integrity of all areas of buildings (interior and exterior – including streetscape), systems and equipment for all property users
Evaluates center for property needs and recommends improvements as required.
Oversees the condition and preventive maintenance programs of key asset systems; HVAC and duct systems, fire protection/sprinkler systems, plumbing – sewer mains/clean out drains/structural building plumbing/sump pumps, vertical transportation, electrical equipment, etc.
Ensure that retail/commercial tenants are in compliance with lease required preventive and ongoing maintenance for their spaces (pest control, HVAC, exhaust/duct/hood cleaning, window cleaning, etc.)
Proactively manage insurance exposures at the property ensuring that all common areas throughout the asset are safe for public access
Develop and implement proactive strategies to resolve property operational and compliance-related challenges
Perform regular site inspections to assess physical property condition, compliance and overall administration
Create, implement and maintain long range capital improvements plans
Responsibility for completion of annual building systems inspection/testing, maintenance (ITM) requirements
In charge of sustaining peak efficiency operation levels for all property components
Ensure expeditious completion of all maintenance requests and apartment turnovers
Reinforce monthly staffing schedules, ensuring 24/7 emergency coverage. Manage ongoing staff development efforts and skill building/learning initiatives
Work cooperatively with Tenant Coordination to expedite the completion of Landlord work, delivery of spaces to tenants and the opening of tenants for business
What You Bring to Us:
Experience with Retail, Residential, Historic and New Buildings
Accredited Technical School, Military, or College Certification in HVAC and/or Operating Engineering Technologies and/or equivalent job related training and experience required
Universal HVAC (CFC) certification and DC-3 license required
Minimum of 5 years of related maintenance operations experience with 3 years of supervisory experience
Knowledge of risk management, OSHA, and MSDS
Skilled in performing HVAC, mechanical, electrical, plumbing, and appliance repairs
Familiarity with overseeing drywall work, painting, caulking, and basic carpentry
Working knowledge of Microsoft Word and Excel
What We Bring You:
In addition to an award winning culture and amazing work spaces, Bozzuto offers a wide range of insurance options, financial programs, and benefits that let you and your family be healthy and plan for the future. Our benefits take into consideration everything from career development to retirement, family matters, health and wellness. Bozzuto is committed to doing everything it can to offer you quality benefits and healthcare coverage—including access to the best doctors and hospitals at an affordable price.
Bozzuto is proudly an Equal Opportunity Employer EOE/M/F/D/V.
Chief Medical Officer (Hospital Commissioning For Qatar)
The Chief Medical Officer (CMO) and serve as a member of the executive team of the medical and center and provide leadership and oversight for the medical staff and the quality of care of the organization as well as the strategic consultation and guidance on all decisions that have significant impact on clinical operations to ensure the delivery of high quality of healthcare delivery.
- Develops policies and procedures for all medical procedures and operations.
- Leads with conviction and based on organizational values and beliefs to achieve mission and goals.
- Influence change at all levels of the organization to continuously improve services.
- Functions as an integral member of the executive leadership team.
- Develops vision and strategy for the organization.
- Prioritizes tasks and goals and integrates new information into plans to support organizational priorities.
- Guides and develops staff, serving as a role model and champion for service excellence. Appropriately delegates responsibility and authority to managers while maintaining accountability for results.
- In all areas (patient care, research and education), strategizes and drives process improvements focused on innovative operational models designed to improve services, outcomes, patient throughput and safety and the use of technology in the workplace to streamline operations, facilitate communications, and optimize work processes.
- Ensures and fosters collaboration within a highly matrixed team environment.
- Develops and manages complex information and brings clarity to ambiguous situations.
- Develops and motivates managers and staff to achieve strategic objectives and maintain accountability, and experience successfully leading the operations for a large, complex enterprise.
- Medical degree from a recognized international university.
- American Board certification or equivalent.
- Minimum of five (5) years as Chief Medical Officer of a hospital.
- Proven track record of creating, managing and monitoring efficient delivery of quality medical care within a healthcare setting.
- Experience in for-profit hospital.
- Ability to envision the future and develop strategic plans based upon those visions, and then to take those strategic plans which align with overall system strategic goals and assist in translating them into realistic tactical plans.
- Proven ability to direct and manage a professional staff including executive level staff.
- High levels of problem solving ability in order to proactively determine problem areas and coordinate implementation of effective solutions.
- Must be able to communicate at all levels with excellent writing, verbal and presentation skills in English.
- The compensation and benefits package comprise of a salary (commensurable to the position, candidate's experience & qualifications) plus annual bonus, medical insurance and other fringe benefits.
- If employed as an Expatriate, then round-trip airfare, housing allowance and other fringe benefits apply.
Deputy Fire Chief Of Operations
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The City of Medford seeks a Deputy Fire Chief who plans, organizes, and manages the operations and activities of a Division/shift of the Fire Department. Exercises supervision over all assigned staff within the Division and/or those assigned to program or project work teams. This position is part of the Fire Chief's Executive Team and reports to the Fire Chief. Salary is determined through a pay equity analysis.
Exciting full-time opportunity with a generous comprehensive benefit package including:
Medical, vision, dental with minimal or no monthly premium cost for family coverage
Life and long-term disability insurance
Paid vacation, sick leave, and holidays
HRA-VEBA medical savings account contributions
Oregon PERS retirement contributions
457 Deferred compensation for retirement planning
Medical and dependent care flexible spending (FSA)
Aflac and LegalShield voluntary products
On-site 24 hour fitness center and wellness program
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Medford is one of the most beautiful areas of the Pacific Northwest and is located in Jackson County, Oregon. Situated in the heart of the scenic Rogue Valley, Medford, population 81,000, is the hub of Oregon's fourth-largest metropolitan area. Located along I-5 in southern Oregon, just 20 miles from the California border, Medford is surrounded by breathtaking mountains in a region featuring world-class outdoor recreation opportunities, including Crater Lake National Park and the Oregon Coast. As the largest city between Eugene and Sacramento, Medford is a growing city with a high quality of life, a growing economy and a moderate climate.
Please attach a resume and cover letter at the time you submit your application in order to be considered.
Typical Job Duties
These duties are a representative example; position assignments may vary depending on the business needs of the department and organization. This position will:
Manages and supervises employees: Firefighter, Fire Engineer, Fire Captain, and Fire Battalion Chiefs.
Participates in negotiations and various meetings.
Responds to emergency incidents, which may include:
Ability to operate in any position in the NIMS Incident Command System.
Direct fire companies; drive and operate shift commander vehicle.
Demobilization of employees and equipment to ready status following emergencies, etc.
Ensures that fire companies are prepared to perform at emergency incidents by instructing and coordinating training needs and scheduling with the Training Chief and committee; plans and organizes specialized programs, etc. Facilitates meetings with fire companies; attends staff meetings; participates in meetings with management and outside agencies. Participates in airport operations, such as response planning, acting as a liaison, etc. Prepares Operation Division's budget and a variety of reports and other related documentation. Assists with labor/management relations activities, such as:
Participating in internal investigations of subordinates.
Interpreting and administering the collective bargaining agreement.
Assisting in a confidential capacity to management staff and Human Resources in the formulation, determination and effectuation of management policies regarding collective bargaining.
Participates in hiring and promotional processes. Scope of assigned area will depend on departmental structure and is at the discretion of the Fire Chief. Can act in capacity as fire chief and assigned rotating duty officer responsibilities. Upholds the values of the organization and has strong customer service orientation. Must have the ability to handle job stress and interact effectively with others in the workplace. Must be honest and truthful in all tasks and responsibilities. Perform other related projects and duties as assigned. Demonstrates regular, reliable and punctual attendance.
Five years of progressively responsible leadership and management experience; and
Graduation from an accredited college or university with a bachelor's degree in public administration, business administration, or closely related field; and/or equivalent combination of education and experience sufficient to successfully perform the essential duties.
Current technical/professional knowledge of complex principles, methods, standards and techniques associated with the scope of work of a recognized profession, such as:
Management, budget, leadership and public relations principles; administrative rules; community groups and relations, etc.
Modern fire practices and techniques and principles, procedures, and equipment used in the firefighting, fire prevention, and saving lives and property.
Possession of licenses and/or certifications associated with the assignment, such as:
Emergency Medical Technician Training Certification
NFPA Fire Officer IV
Completion of the National Fire Academy's Executive Fire Officer Program
DPSST Fire Service Administrator's Institute Certificate
Other technical and/or leadership certifications pertaining to assigned division.
Requires possession of a valid driver's license by date of hire. New employees establishing resident status in the State of Oregon must obtain an Oregon driver's license within 30 days (ORS 807.020 (1)). Requires completion of a background investigation to the satisfaction of the City.PHYSICAL DEMANDS:
Positions in this class typically require: climbing, balancing, stooping, kneeling, crouching, crawling, reaching, standing, walking, pushing, pulling, lifting, fingering, grasping, feeling, talking, hearing, seeing and repetitive motions.
Medium Work: Exerting up to 50 pounds of force occasionally, and/or up to 20 pounds of force frequently, and/or up to 10 pounds of force constantly to move objects.
Incumbents may be subjected to moving mechanical parts, electrical currents, vibrations, fumes, odors, dusts, gases, poor ventilation, chemicals, oils, extreme temperatures, inadequate lighting, work space restrictions, intense noises and travel. Supplemental Information
To Apply: City of Medford employment application must be completed online via the City's website http://www.cityofmedford.org/ by 4:00 p.m. on Monday, April 1, 2019. In order to be considered, please attach a resume and cover letter at the time you submit your application. The City of Medford complies with the Americans with Disabilities Act. If you consider yourself disabled and desire assistance in the application process, please contact the Human Resources Department by telephone: (541) 774-2010 or email: email@example.com.
Selection Process: Applications will be reviewed by the Fire Department. Candidates most closely meeting the City's needs will be referred for interview with final appointment by the City Manager. Selection procedures and time lines subject to change. Those selected must be able to provide proof of legal right to work in this country. Hiring will be subject to a favorable pre-employment exam, including a criminal history background investigation, favorable driving record, physical and drug screen.
Chief Legal Officer
The Broad Institute was launched to pioneer a new model of collaborative biomedical science that would transform biology and medicine. To accomplish these goals, we have built an amazing team of talented "Broadies" who work together to realize this transformation.
The Broad community includes professional scientists from many disciplines, software engineers and computational biologists, administrative staff, and students, as well as renowned researchers from partner institutions. We seek to cultivate an interdisciplinary, innovative, goal-oriented work environment that unleashes scientific creativity and empowers our people to pursue ambitious and critical projects.
Our work transcends traditional academic boundaries, giving Broad employees and affiliates access to an unparalleled biomedical research community across Harvard, the Harvard hospitals, MIT, and beyond. We often push the boundaries of traditional risk and protocol to achieve groundbreaking results.
People feel genuinely appreciated at the Broad Institute. The organization encourages different points of view and our jobs make us feel like we're part of something meaningful.
The Chief Legal Officer will be a member of the Chief Operating Officer's leadership team and oversee Institute legal operations. The Chief Legal Officer will provide strategic counsel to senior leadership and direct the day-to-day legal affairs of the Institute, including those related to the Institute's technology commercialization efforts and strategic transactions, intellectual property, alliance management, corporate governance, human resources, real estate, IT, dispute resolution, conflict of interest, data privacy, and institutional risk management. The Chief Legal Officer will develop plans for the provision of legal support, utilizing both in-house and outside counsel, to best manage legal issues and minimize risk to the Institute.
The Chief Legal Officer must be an energetic, insightful, proactive, solutions-oriented, senior attorney who will serve as a generalist, providing strategic legal support and risk management Institute-wide. The Chief Legal Officer will work closely with executive leadership, Directors across the Institute and Broad affiliates.
General Strategic Legal Support:
Analyze, present and provide counsel to institutional leadership on key legal matters impacting Institute.
Collaborate with scientific and business leadership to develop in-depth understanding of scientific plans/directions and identify key areas for internal legal support; provide proactive legal guidance.
Build internal knowledge of emerging laws, regulations and standards impacting Institute operations, including those related to cloud computing and data privacy; capture such knowledge in legal team database.
Oversee educational initiatives to inform Institute leadership, researchers and community of legal, compliance and regulatory concerns.
Institutional Risk Management
Champion, guide and lead in execution of risk management initiatives for Broad in collaboration with executive leadership, the Office of Strategic Alliances and Partnering, Finance, Communications, Development and other Institute stakeholders.
Transactions & Strategic Alliance Management:
Advise on all major business transactions and the negotiation of strategic agreements, including licensing, collaboration and research agreements.
Contracting Strategy & Execution:
Collaborate with subject matter experts to ensure effective contracting strategy, procedures and execution across all areas of Institute, including license, sponsored research, confidentiality, materials transfer, joint invention, gift, service, lease and employment-related agreements.
Create powerful tools, including templates and negotiation guidelines, and processes for consistent use across Institute legal team.
Intellectual Property Strategy:
Advise the Director of Intellectual Property on IP and act as a partner for the Chief Business Officer regarding intellectual property and commercialization strategies, including incorporating input from scientific leadership, institutional leadership and Senior Advisor to the Director as well as external advisors, as appropriate.
Ensure effective strategy and execution of intellectual property matters, including invention disclosure process, patent filing and prosecution decisions and IP transactions.
Corporate Governance & Compliance:
Advise on governance matters, including matters relating to the Institute Operating Agreement, tax-exempt status, IRS regulations and compliance with charter documents and policies.
Participate in the definition and development of Institute policies; advise on and guide compliance with Institute policies.
Advise on Board of Directors governance including implementation of its By-Laws, Committee charters and policies, as needed.
Conflict of Interest
Provides overall advice and guidance on conflicts of interest among staff and faculty.
Serve on Conflicts of Interest Committee; generally promote and support Broad policies, procedures, mission, values and standards of ethics and integrity.
Assists in the development of conflict management plans to ensure conflicts are appropriate documented and managed within the organization.
Act as the Institute's Conflict Review Officer.
Oversee outside counsel's management of disputes and litigation matters in collaboration with internal subject matter experts.
Work with internal stakeholders to structure and negotiate settlement agreements.
Lead Legal Team:
Build and maintain a high-performing, functional legal team charged with providing strategic, proactive support to Institute teams and initiatives.
Manage, mentor and train attorneys throughout the Institute, including direct reports dedicated primarily to OSAP matters and dotted-line reports embedded within teams outside of OSAP.
Oversee the selection, retention and active management of outside counsel.
JD with a minimum of 15 years of broad legal experience, with a combination of major law firm and corporate in-house experience.
Experience in biotech/pharma, academic or not-for profit preferred.
Impeccable academic credentials and legal experience from highly reputable institutions a must.
Experience with broad variety of corporate transactions.
Experience with investigations and compliance matters.
Demonstrated ability to lead an effective and collaborative team.
Litigation experience a positive, including discovery, document collection, motion practice and related legal research.
Academic Institutional Experience a plus
Strong organizational, problem-solving and analytical skills with acute business acumen and an ability to approach legal issues with a holistic mindset; demonstrated ability to analyze legal, institutional and commercial risks and propose creative, innovative solutions.
Excellent interpersonal communication skills (written and verbal). A versatile, entrepreneurial team player who thrives on a fast-paced and demanding environment with constantly evolving priorities and tight deadlines.
Courage to challenge status quo and seek new ways of more effectively working.
A passion for science and experience with early-stage biomedical technologies including therapeutics, diagnostics and research tools.
Must process a healthy enthusiasm for the mission of the Institute.
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Chief Medical Officer, Cell Therapies
Are you looking for a patient-focused company that will inspire you and support your career? If so, be empowered to take charge of your future at Takeda. Join us as the Chief Medical Officer, Cell Therapies in our Cambridge office.
Here, everyone matters and you will be a vital contributor to our inspiring, bold mission. As the CMO of Takeda's Cell Therapy Translational Engine, you will be empowered to establish and execute a global clinical strategy to support Takeda's emerging cell therapy pipeline, and a typical day will include:
The CMO will partner as needed with Takeda's existing clinical and related functional teams to advance multiple programs in to the clinic and through early development. As a senior member of Takeda's Cell Therapy Engine, you will be actively engaged in strategic oversight of the portfolio and accountable for both the vision and execution of our cell therapy pipeline.
Develop and lead first-in-human and early clinical development plans for novel cell and gene therapies.
Lead all clinical and medical related functions, whether internal or outsourced, including direct line and budget responsibility for clinical research, clinical operations, biostatistics, data management, safety/pharmacovigilance, and medical writing; responsible for resourcing and staffing decisions
Set strategic plan and lead execution of GCP clinical trials with the goal to achieve regulatory approval by FDA and international health authorities, including overseeing clinical trial data analysis, interpretation and regulatory soundness
Provide disease area and clinical development expertise in support overall Company strategy
Oversee safety monitoring, adverse event reporting and required documentation of both to support regulatory submissions
Lead pipeline prioritization strategy and implementation, in collaboration with senior leadership; ensure clinical drug candidates meet standards of safety, efficacy, medical need and commercial viability required for further development and commercialization
Lead interactions with academic thought leaders, principal investigators and other key stakeholders; oversee site identification, appropriateness of patient populations and appropriateness of PI expertise to ensure trials are conducted safely, efficiently and effectively - serves as a resource to PI's regarding clinical trial activities and safety issues
Collaborate with Regulatory Affairs on the submission of regulatory filings, including IND's, BLA's, orphan drug applications, and others, to FDA and international health authorities
Collaborate with the Head of Cell Therapy Core, business development and research groups to identify and assess new product candidates; ensure clinical and commercial alignment; provide input on clinical feasibility of commercial objectives
Collaborate with the Head of R&D to ensure pre-clinical and clinical alignment; and to report preclinical and clinical data at scientific and medical meetings and for publication in peer reviewed journals
Collaborate with Cell Therapy Manufacturing and Quality groups on operational issues
Represent the Company and its programs to internal and external audiences, including scientific meetings, regulatory agencies and KOLs
EDUCATION, EXPERIENCE AND SKILLS:
- M.D. / PhD +10 years of experience in Biopharmaceutical Clinical Research
Understanding of immuno-oncology space ; experience working in the translational and clinical research space
Experience bringing biological drug candidates from pre-IND through Phase I / II to BLA.
Cross-functional leadership experience is required.
Experience with Cell or Gene Therapy is preferred
Knowledge and Skills:
Knowledge of GCP, ICH, FDA regulations and guidelines, including direct experience interacting with FDA and other international health authorities, is required.
Proven leadership capabilities and excellent interpersonal skills ; proven ability to develop healthy culture including collaboration and confidence, both internally and externally
Ability to lead in a matrixed team environment
Exceptional verbal and written communication and presentation skills ; proven ability to communicate effectively to a range of audiences, including both internal and external collaborators and stakeholders
Values efficient decision-making and regularly gathers input from team members at all levels ; demonstrated track record of effectively influencing decisions inside and outside of an organization, overcoming obstacles and driving efforts to completion
Excellent strategic planning, organizational and creative problem-solving skills
- Board Certification in Hematology or Oncology is desirable
Approximately 20% travel is required.
Domestic and international flights with overnight stays required
WHAT TAKEDA CAN OFFER YOU:
401(k) with company match and Annual Retirement Contribution Plan
Company match of charitable contributions
Health & Wellness programs including onsite flu shots and health screenings
Generous time off for vacation and the option to purchase additional vacation days
Community Outreach Programs
Empowering Our People to Shine
Learn more at takedajobs.com.
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Manager: Office Of The Chief Information Officer (Ocio)
As a not-for-profit organization, Partners HealthCare is committed to supporting patient care, research, teaching, and service to the community by leading innovation across our system. Founded by Brigham and Women's Hospital and Massachusetts General Hospital, Partners HealthCare supports a complete continuum of care including community and specialty hospitals, a managed care organization, a physician network, community health centers, home care and other health-related entities. Several of our hospitals are teaching affiliates of Harvard Medical School, and our system is a national leader in biomedical research.
We're focused on a people-first culture for our system's patients and our professional family. That's why we provide our employees with more ways to achieve their potential. Partners HealthCare is committed to aligning our employees' personal aspirations with projects that match their capabilities and creating a culture that empowers our managers to become trusted mentors. We support each member of our team to own their personal development—and we recognize success at every step.
Our employees use the Partners HealthCare values to govern decisions, actions and behaviors. These values guide how we get our work done: Patients, Affordability, Accountability & Service Commitment, Decisiveness, Innovation & Thoughtful Risk; and how we treat each other: Diversity & Inclusion, Integrity & Respect, Learning, Continuous Improvement & Personal Growth, Teamwork & Collaboration.
General Summary/Overview Statement:
Under the direction of the Vice President for the Office of the Chief Information Officer (OCIO), the manager will lead a team of professionals in the creation and implementation of services and programs designed to help Partners Information Systems (PHS IS) perform at the highest level. With a focus on people and their success, the manager will develop several services and programs to enhance department operations, including:
Orient new PHS IS staff to the PHS IS, making them aware of the department's core processes and expectations
Manage the communication of timely, relevant information to PHS IS staff and key stakeholders
Support the professional development of Partners IS managers and staff
Manage several large events/meetings designed to engage and inform staff
Provide project management skills and other expertise to department teams, as needed
Develop centers of excellence with tools and resources designed to help PHS IS staff achieve success
Review, update and communicate departmental procedures
With Human Resources, review and make recommendations for improvements to the structure of PHS IS
Principal Duties and Responsibilities:
Works with managers and directors to establish the team's goals and objectives, often participating in the definition of work products and timelines.
Manages the day-to-day activities of a team of Information Systems professionals. Focuses on producing the team's deliverables on-time and within budget.
Employs service management and/or project management methodologies to deliver high quality work products.
Consistent with Partners Human Resources policies, attracts, retains and develops high quality staff. Establishes and maintains a work environment conducive to high performance. Addresses the training and professional development needs of the staff.
Interacts with clinicians, staff and various levels of management to communicate the status of the team's efforts.
Promotes and encourages a high-quality customer service experience for all customer – internal and external.
Collaborates well with other teams to produce results.
May work directly with 1-2 vendors to assure delivery of contracted services and products.
May work on several medium to high complexity projects and/or services.
Uses the Partners HealthCare values to govern decisions, actions and behaviors. These values guide how we get our work done: Patients, Affordability, Accountability & Service Commitment, Decisiveness, Innovation & Thoughtful Risk; and how we treat each other: Diversity & Inclusion, Integrity & Respect, Learning, Continuous Improvement & Personal Growth, Teamwork & Collaboration.
Performs all other duties as assigned.
Bachelor's degree preferred.
5 years of related experience; experience in healthcare a plus
Excellent verbal and written communication skills.
Experience in project management and/or service management methods.
Proven ability to attract, mentor and develop staff.
Demonstrated experience as a collaborator, working across different teams/groups and with vendors to achieve results.
Demonstrated commitment to delivery of high quality customer service.
Demonstrated ability to interact with all levels of the organization.
Standard office environment with the potential of travel to Partners HealthCare locations.
May need to work in patient care areas
May require 24X7 responsibilities including evening, night and weekend hours as needed.
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