Fire Chiefs Aide Job Description Sample
General Utility Worker (Dishwasher)-Arrowhead Stadium - Chiefs Cafe
Aramark (NYSE: ARMK) is in the customer service business across food, facilities and uniforms, wherever people work, learn, recover, and play. United by a passion to serve, our more than 270,000 employees deliver experiences that enrich and nourish the lives of millions of people in 22 countries around the world every day. Aramark is recognized among the Most Admired Companies by FORTUNE and the World's Most Ethical Companies by the Ethisphere Institute. Learn more at www.aramark.com or connect with us on Facebook and Twitter.
Aramark's leisure group specializes in lodging, recreation, conference centers and meeting services. The scope of our operations includes lodging, conference and meeting space, houseboats and other marine activities, retail merchandise, casual and fine dining experiences, and interpretive tours in some of this country's most pristine protected lands and national parks. We have been active partners with the National Park Service for over 20 years, providing high-quality visitor services in numerous locations across the United States. We are one of the nation's leading managers of conference centers with a strong focus on customer experience. We are considered a premier provider of professional services by clients and competition alike, committed to providing high-quality recreation, hospitality and authentic experiences to clients and visitors from all over the world.
The purpose of this job is to help ensure guest satisfaction by maintaining all dishes, pots, pans, silverware, glasses, equipment, and kitchen utensils, in a clean and sanitized condition. In addition, this job requires that the employee keep the dishwashing machine station, three compartment sink and related areas clean. Essential Functions:
Able to follow directions
Perform repetitive tasks
Stand for extended periods of time
Work in an environment that at times can be hot and humid
Work with a diverse team
Understand basic kitchen sanitation
Work holidays, weekends and varied shifts
Maintain a neat and orderly work station
Know and comply with all company policies and procedures regarding safety, security, emergencies and energy
Report to work on time and in complete uniform
Other duties as assigned
Status and Scope:
Food Service Workers report to the BOH Manager
Position requires the ability to be detail oriented, have a strong customer service focus, and a positive attitude
Must be able to work efficiently – prepared to help wherever needed
Minimum of one year experience
Understanding of basic kitchen sanitation
Little or No Travel (>10%) Lifting
MEDIUM - Lifting 50 pounds maximum with frequent lifting and/or carrying objects weighing up to 25 pounds.
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Under the direction of a Rig Supervisor, the Crew Chief organizes the rig crew, conducts Job Safety Meetings, delegates the collection of materials and equipment needed to perform the contracted services, drives the Rig to the work site, operates the rig and equipment and directs the crew to set-up and prepare the rig for the tasks to be performed. Directs the assigned crew workers and derrick workers to safely perform the service tasks contracted by a client utilizing the equipment provided by the employer; documents services performed the billable supplies used during the process and the time elapsed while performing the contracted services Also records employee compensable time.
Pass the company's drug screen.
Pass the company's "Physical Functions Assessment."
Motor Vehicle Record qualifies individual to be an approved company driver.
Acceptable criminal history
Ability to read, write and speak English to the extent that they are able to understand verbal and written instructions as well as give verbal and written instructions in English; and the ability to use simple mathematical calculations using whole numbers, fractions and decimals (addition, subtraction, division and multiplication) to make job related calculations.
Two years or more of recent, prior Workover rig operating experience.
Well Control training certification.
Available to work beyond the traditional 8 hour work day; available to work Saturdays, Sundays and Holidays, to meet operational needs.
Able to work at heights up to or greater than 50 feet.
Prior First Aid, CPR, H2S, confined space entry, defensive driver training, is an asset.
Available to work beyond the traditional 8 hour work day; available to work Saturdays, Sundays and Holidays, to meet operational needs. Well services work is generally performed during day-light hours, Monday through Friday, occasionally on Saturday and or Sunday. Certain operations cannot however be completed during a single daylight period and must be continued without interruption, over several consecutive days. Such operations are referred to as "24 hour operations," and require two or more shifts, crews, to operate the rig. Able to work at heights up to or greater than 50 feet.
Dependability is imperative. Reporting for work at the prescribed location and time, dressed for deployment to work, is essential. Unauthorized absences will result in discipline up to and including employment termination.
Compliance with public laws and company policies is essential. Non-compliance will result in discipline up to and including termination of employment.
Drive rig and other vehicles assigned to the project.
Must be available for work as needed regardless of time of day or day of the week; and occasionally be available for shift work. Well services work is generally performed during day-light hours, Monday through Friday, occasionally on Saturday and or Sunday but may occasionally involve 24 hour shift work.
Position the rig, raise and lower the mast. Direct other crew members in rigging up guy-lines, various equipment and tools; lift, remove, install and operate wellhead, pumping units matting boards, tubing, rods, casing, rod strippers, polish rods, stripper heads and other production equipment in a manner consistent with safe operating procedures to perform the contracted services.
Directs the crew members in performing routine maintenance and repair activities of the rig and rig tools
Complies with the client's and the company's safe operating procedures. All activities are to be performed consistent with the company's Safe Operating Procedures, to provide the maximum protection for all workers at the work site, the environment, the equipment; and complete the tasks efficiently.
Conducts safety meetings and performs JSA's with his crew members and other service providers on site.
May be required to drive a company, light or DOT regulated commercial vehicle.
Completes the Field Service Reports, documenting services performed, equipment used, billable consumables and compensable crew time.
Incumbent employee is expected to participate in company provided training in rig operations, Standard Operating Procedures and safe work procedures.
Performs the primary thinking called for and encompassed by the overall Position Definition.
Adheres to company policies and work requirements.
Performs and assumes other duties and responsibilities as may be required by immediate supervisor.
Heavy Work- Exerting 50 to 100 pounds of force occasionally, and/or 25 to 50 pounds of force frequently, and/or 10 to 20 pounds of force constantly to move objects. Physical Demand requirements are in excess of those for Medium Work.
This position requires standing, walking, and sitting while working either indoors or outdoors.
While performing the job, the Crew Chief will be required to lift/carry, pull/push, reach, squat, kneel, and or climb ladders or stairs.
Working conditions for this position may involve exposure to varying environmental conditions. This may include chemicals, gases, cold/heat, noise, dampness, dust, fumes, radiation and heights. Exposure to the above conditions should be handled as prescribed in the Company's Accident Prevention Handbook and/or the Company's Standard Operating Procedures.
Other requirements include mental, physical and manual dexterity, hand/grip strength, depth perception and any other physical attributes that enable the employee to perform the job safely according to all Company, local, State, and Federal regulations and requirements.
This position requires the ability to wear personal protective equipment and/or safety equipment including safety glasses, face shields, goggles, ear muffs/plugs, steel toe boots, hard hat, full body harness with applicable fall protection devices, SCBA (Self Contained Breathing Apparatus), H2S detectors, slicker or TYVEK suits and gloves.
Fire Educator - Department Of Fire & Emergency Services
Salary Grade is B212
The Fire Educator position is within the Community Risk Reduction Division. The Fire Educator provides community education and training on a variety of issues. Personnel in this position will research educational materials, assist in developing lesson plans, prepare visual aids, posters, and other materials to train and educate the community. Personnel will also provide basic customer assistance in explaining services, answering questions and concerns, processing requests for programs as well as station tours and other duties of a similar nature or level.
The Community Risk Reduction division is charged with community education, fire inspections and enforcement, investigations, and all code-related topics within the community.
High School Diploma or G.E.D.;
One year of specialized training in education or related field and two years of customer service, communications, teaching, public relations or related experience, or an equivalent combination of education and experience sufficient to successfully perform the essential duties of the job.
- Valid Driver's License from state of residency;
- CPR/AED/First Aid Instructor Certificate (must obtain within 12 months);
- Public Fire and Life Safety Educator Certificate (must obtain within 12 months);
- FEMA Courses: NIMS 100, 200, 700, 800 (must be taken within 12 months);
- Georgia Child Daycare Professional Fire Safety Instructor Certification (must obtain within 12 months).
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NOTE: The class specifications listed on this site are not the official class specifications for Gwinnett County and are subject to change. Benefits Offered
Health, dental, vision, prescription drug insurance plans
Flexible Spending Accounts for Medical and Dependent Care
Basic, Optional and Dependent Life Insurance
Short-Term and Long-Term Disability
On-site Medical Wellness Center
Holidays: 12 holidays per year
Annual leave (vacation): 13 day accrual per year
Sick leave: 13 day accrual per year
Immunizations (Flu Shots, Tetanus, etc.)
Wellness Incentive Programs
Annual Wellness Fair
529 College Savings Plan
Financial Education Programs
Longevity Pay after 3 years (full-time status)
Tuition Reimbursement after 2 years (full-time status)
Employee assistance program
Uniforms and equipment furnished
Employee discount programs
Retirement Benefits include:
o Defined Contribution Retirement Plan
- Employees can choose a contribution rate of 2.5%,5.0%, or 7.5%
- Gwinnett County will contribute 7.0% of your pensionable earnings per pay period.
§ An employee is fully vested in 5 years. An employee can retire if he/she has reached the age of 55 and the sum of his/her age and years of service equals 65.
o Deferred Compensation Plan
- If you contribute at least 2.5% of your base pay to the 457(b) plan, Gwinnett County will contribute an additional 1% to your Defined Contribution Retirement Plan (this is in addition to the 7% described above).
Position Summary: The Fire Captain performs and directly supervises / supports a team of 6-7 firefighters in performing structural and ARFF firefighting related functions as well as other duties as assigned. Fire Captains report directly to the Fire Chief.
Under the supervision of the Fire Chief will assist in the direction of and participate in all firefighting activities at England Airpark and its facilities.
Perform all duties as set forth in the job description for Fire Captain, Firefighter, and Driver Operator.
Conduct and supervise fire drills and instruct others in techniques and methods of firefighting.
Assist in the provision of the general security on the Airport / Airpark.
Assist in the maintenance of the fire / safety equipment and facility.
Assist in the training of mutual aid personnel as requested.
Assist in the supervision and detection of airport safety hazards.
Assign duties to personnel assigned to the shift.
Prepare and instruct Fire Department training and safety training to Airpark tenants.
Prepare daily station log, State fire incidents reports, and any other reports or paperwork that may be required.
Assist in the supervision of Airport facility, ARFF, Structural, and EMS operations on assigned shifts or act as the IC in the Fire Chiefs absence.
Have a working knowledge of the Incident Command System.
Supervise the Firefighter / Driver Operators on assigned shifts.
Perform evaluations on employees when requested. Ensure contractual compliance, adhere to/ maintain a working knowledge of the policies and procedures of, and Centerra, England Airpark, FAA, PIAL, BEMS, and the NFPA.
Perform other duties as required.
Minimum 23 years of age
GED or High School Diploma
Valid drivers' license and driving history acceptable to the customer
Ability to pass a background check acceptable to the FAA and customer
Ability to pass pre-employment Firefighter/DOT physical, Drug Screen, and Physical Ability Test (PAT)
Minimum five (5) years full time firefighting experience including two (2) years experience with Airports/ARFF services
- IFSAC or NPQS Firefighter I/II
- IFSAC or NPQS Haz Mat Operations
- IFSAC or NPQS Fire Officer I
- IFSAC or NPQS Fire Instructor I
- IFSAC or NPQS ARFF or ability to obtain with six (6) months of appointment
- NREMT/LABEM EMT-Basic of higher or the ability to obtain within twelve (12) months of hire
- NIMS 100, 200, 300, 400, 700, and 800
- Current AHA CPR (Professional Rescuer Level)
- IFSAC or NPQS Fire Officer II
- IFSAC or NPQS Fire Instructor II
- IFSAC or NPQS Fire Inspector I
- IFSAC or NPQS D/O Pumper / Mobile Water Supply / ARFF
- Knowledge of the PIAL insurance rating system
Benefits Supplemental Questions
This recruitment will establish an employment list to fill current and future vacancies. The anticipated life of the list is six months. These positions will work a 56-hour week, with shift schedule of 48 hours on/96 hours off, or 2,912 hours annually
Typical Duties:Drive and operate assigned fire engines and other equipment in responding to fire and other emergency calls; engage in medical aid, fire fighting, and prevention activities. This class performs the full range of entry level company officer duties, is responsible for shift supervision, and in the absence of the Fire Captain assumes supervision and responsibility of the station.
Incumbents participate in fire prevention, suppression, and rescue activities of the department. Operate pumps, ladders, and other mechanical equipment as required; perform tactical incident management and direct the activities of fire fighters until relieved by a senior officer; assist in maintaining fire apparatus and equipment, fire station and grounds; provide training, supervision and direction to staff including fire apparatus engineers and extra help fire fighters; keep records and prepare reports; educate the public in fire prevention and life safety methods; assist in conducting residential and commercial inspections to discover and eliminate potential hazards; and investigate fire scenes and origin of fires.
Employment Standards:Education/Experience – Equivalent to completion of twelfth grade AND two years of full time fire suppression and prevention experience, including one year at the driver/operator level OR three years (3) seasonal experience with a local, state, tribal or federal agency may be counted as full-time experience. Seasonal experience is defined as a minimum of five months of continuous employment (Stipend, Paid on Call, Extra Help or Volunteer time will not be counted as full-time experience from agencies other than Tulare County Fire Department) OR Two years as a Tulare County Fire Department Extra Help Fire Engineer.
- Fire prevention and suppression methods, including use of the Incident Command System; operation, use and maintenance of fire fighting apparatus and equipment; basic principles of fire prevention including building construction, fire safety inspections, and fire department pre-plans; mechanical principles involved in operating fire apparatus and allied equipment; First aid and CPR techniques.
- Plan, direct, and organize fire suppression and support activities during emergencies; effectively apply fire suppression and prevention methods and techniques; operate and maintain fire fighting, rescue and emergency medical equipment, tools, and supplies; follow oral and written instructions, react quickly in emergencies, and display sound judgment in making decisions; analyze situations accurately and adopt an effective course of action; direct activities of fire fighters; understand and carry out oral and written instructions; establish and maintain effective working relationships with the public, staff, and others; make effective decisions and solve problems; prepare clear and concise reports and records using personal computers; operate radio communication equipment.
- Possession of an Emergency Medical Technician I certificate; Professional Rescuer CPR/AED certificate; valid California Class A or B commercial or Class C driver's license with Firefighter Endorsement; Hazardous Materials First Responder Operations Title 8 CCR Compliant certificate; Incident Command System ICS 300 certificate; IS 700 certificate; State Fire Marshal Firefighter I Certificate.
Possession of a valid Candidate Physical Ability (CPAT) Certificate at time of first interview. In addition, the CPAT certification must have been issued within 12 months at time of first interview. For information on how to obtain a CPAT Card of Completion, visit www.cpatonline.org or call 1-877-648-CPAT.
Additional Information:DESIRABLE EMPLOYMENT STANDARDS
Education: Associates Degree or higher in Fire Technology or Public Administration
License or Certificate: Possession of Fire Fighter II; Rescue Systems 1; Rescue Systems 2; Low Angle Rescue Operations certification; Confined Space Rescue Awareness; RIC Operations; Fire Fighter Survival; coursework for completion of Company/Fire Officer Certification; Possession of SFT Fire Instructor; SFT Fire Inspector I; SFT Fire Investigator I; SFT Driver Operator 1A; SFT Driver Operator 1B.
SELECTION PROCESS- Will consist of a Written exam, an Agility exam, and Oral interviews.
Written exam sourcebooks: IFSTA Firefighting Essentials, 5th Edition; IFSTA Company Officer, 3rd Edition; IFSTA Pumping Apparatus, 2nd Edition.
Available at: Cal Chiefs Bookstore www.calchiefs.org 800-342-2034; Firefighters Bookstore www.firebooks.com 800-727-3327; IFSTA/Fire Prot. Publications www.ifsta.org 800-654-4055.
Submission of Certificates: You will be required to provide copies of certificate(s) before the filing deadline.
You may mail :Tulare County Human Resource, Attn: Fire Lt Recruitment, 2500 West Burrel, Visalia, CA 93291; FAX- (559)730-2616; or drop off the copies of the certifications to Human Resources & Development. Failure to submit certificates timely may cause you to be disqualified.
Wildland Fire Dispatcher (Tillamook)
The Oregon Department of Forestry hires seasonal wildland fire dispatch positions each year. These positions generally work from June through October; however, the duration of the season and job conditions vary by location. Not all locations have vacancies each year. This recruitment will be used to fill seasonal Wildland Fire Dispatcher positions as they occur in the Tillamook District. Interviews are projected to be completed by end of May; however, application reviews may begin at any time. For best consideration, apply as soon as possible.
These seasonal positions are union represented by Service Employees International Union.
UNDERFILL OPTION: The goal of this recruitment is to fill positions at the Wildland Fire Dispatcher level, however, we encourage candidates who meet the minimum qualifications for Wildland Fire Dispatcher Entry level to apply. If we are unable to fill the positions at the higher level we will consider underfilling them at the Wildland Fire Dispatcher Entry level until the selected candidate meets the minimum qualifications for the Wildland Fire Dispatcher level. Minimum qualifications for both the Wildland Fire Dispatcher and Wildland Fire Dispatcher Entry are located in the Qualifications & Desired Attributes Section of this announcement. For specific Tillamook District Information please see the description below.
Tillamook: The Tillamook Office is located at 5005 Third Street in Tillamook. The Tillamook District Protection Unit provides fire protection on approximately 522,000 acres of private, public, and municipal lands with a staff of 4 permanent and 9 seasonal employees. The successful candidate will be required to report to work at assigned times and in uniform provided by the Department. If you have specific questions about this position please call Kevin Hill, Wildland Fire Supervisor at (503) 842-2545.
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Housing is available. Check with Tillamook District for more information.
Selected applicants must be able to report to their assigned duty station within 30 minutes after hours.
The Oregon Department of Forestry: Serving Oregonians by protecting Oregon's forests.
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Duties & Responsibilities
Duties include, but may not be limited to:
Receives and documents Reports of Fire and Fire Restriction Violations. Determines appropriate response based upon established pre-planned procedures.
Dispatches and tracks appropriate resource movement in emergency and non-emergency situations using radio networks which may involve multiple radio frequencies and radio repeater systems.
Tracks resources throughout mobilization and demobilization using tracking systems, WildCAD (computer aided dispatching), and Resource Ordering Status System (ROSS) or local established process.
Reads and interprets maps to determine ownership, legal locations, latitude and longitude.
Receives resource requests via radio, phone, fax, written, verbal or computer. Prioritizes resource requests and fills them based upon cost efficiency and timeliness.
Responsible for the maintenance of databases for both state and federal agencies which may include ROSS and/or Incident Qualification System (IQS).
Initiates and assists in the completion of fire reports.
Updates and edits documents such as resources lists, phone lists, mobilization plans, internal dispatch guides and lists.
Answers multi-line telephones and directs incoming calls.
Receives and relays requests from the public, landowners and media regarding current public use restrictions and other inquiries.
Communicates and supports public events through fair booths and teaching fire prevention at school events.
Assists with the completion of annual reports, plans, and other dispatching documents.
Distributes daily information to local field level, department wide agency personnel, executive staff, cooperators and landowners.
Plays an integral role in the chain of communication that is vital for the safety of resources.
Works effectively as a member of a team in a high stress environment.
Because the Department's highest priority work is a forest fire emergency, this position may be utilized during those emergencies to provide assistance in a variety of ways. That assistance may be directly aiding the emergency effort in the field or at the Salem headquarters. It also may be in providing backup to fill in for another position that is being used in direct aid to the emergency or it may be in performing an essential function in some capacity either within this program or elsewhere in Salem or in the field.
Work is performed in a high stress office environment and seated at a desk for long periods of time managing multiple assignments with varying priorities. Required to work irregular, overtime, holiday and overnight hours. Required to travel in-state or out-of-state by motor vehicle or aircraft to attend meetings, training opportunities, or fire assignments. Assignments to emergency incidents may require employee to be away from duty station for up to 21 days. May be required to work in an interagency environment where there may be multiple policies, plans, and procedures. Qualifications, Required & Requested Skills
Wildland Fire Dispatcher
Two (2) years of public contact experience, which included gathering, relaying and providing information to others and evaluating activities or incidents and determining an appropriate course of action. One (1) year of this experience must have included using radio equipment, telephone and/or computer in emergency type environment.
NOTE: Two seasons (six months) of wildland fire dispatching will substitute for the one year of experience that included using radio equipment, telephone and/or a computer in an emergency-type environment.
Underfill Option: Wildland Fire Dispatcher Entry
This classification does not have minimum qualifications, however, applicants who possess some or all of the following desired skills are encouraged to apply.
THE FOLLOWING CRITERIA APPLIES TO BOTH THE WILDLAND FIRE DISPATCHER AND WILDLAND FIRE DISPATCHER ENTRY MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:
Must be 18 years of age by time of hire.
Preference may be given to applicants who have prior dispatching experience or who have current wildland fire dispatching qualifications. If you have current qualifications, you must submit a copy of your current wildland fire incident qualification card with your application materials to provide proof of your qualifications. Attach this document to the 'Attachments' section of your job application.
Preference may be given to applicants who have knowledge of wildland fire terminology and/or prior wildland fire experience.
Preference may be given to candidates whose application demonstrate skills, abilities and/or experience in the following:
Performing dispatching in emergency situations.
Use of Resource Ordering Status System (ROSS).
Use of two-way radios.
Reading and interpreting maps.
Typing at least 35 words per minute.
Ability to work various shift schedules.
Understands the structure and content of the English language including the meaning and spelling of words, rules of composition, and grammar.
Understands administrative and clerical procedures and systems such as word processing programs (Microsoft Office Suite), managing files and records.
Ability to obtain information from all relevant sources.
Accurately enter, transcribe, record, store, or maintain information in written or electronic form in a timely manner with attention to detail.
Ability to use computers and computer systems (including hardware and software) to set up functions, enter data, or process information.
Clearly communicate both verbally and in writing with internal and external customers including cooperators, landowners, public and fire crews.
Ability to make basic decisions in a high stress dispatch office environment and the ability to recognize when to seek guidance from supervisors.
Ability to work collaboratively as a member of a team.
Ability to work independently under minimal supervision.
This position requires the operation of a State vehicle for the purpose of conducting official State business. An Oregon driving record check will be conducted on the top applicants to ensure a valid license and acceptable driving record. If your license is from outside Oregon, you must submit at least a three year court/DMV printout at the time of interview.
An unacceptable driving record includes:
Conviction of a major traffic offense within the previous 24 months which includes reckless driving, driving under the influence, failing to perform the duties of a driver, criminal driving while suspended or revoked, fleeing or attempting to elude a police officer, felony hit and run, etc.;
Felony revocation of driving privileges or felony or misdemeanor license suspension within the previous 24 months;
More than 3 moving traffic violations in the previous 12 months;
A careless driving conviction in the previous 12 months;
A Class A moving traffic violation in the previous 12 months.
To improve communication with all applicants the State of Oregon requires an e-mail address be provided on all applications. If you do not currently have an e-mail address and do not know where to go to get one, please refer to our Applicant Frequently Asked Questions web page to view several links to internet providers where you can get a free e-mail account. The State of Oregon does not endorse any particular provider.
To ensure clear communication, please unfilter emails from neogov.com and governmentjobs.com.
Please note: The employee in this position will be represented by the Service Employees International Union (SEIU) and will be subject to all terms and conditions of the collective bargaining agreement. Pay and benefits on all job announcements may change without further notice.
If you require an alternate format in order to complete the employment process, you may call ODF Human Resources at 503-945-7200.
Only complete applications will be considered. Your answers to the supplemental questions must be reflected in the work experience section of your application. Be sure to answer all supplemental questions and attach all required documents. Responses to the supplemental questions will determine if you meet the minimum qualifications, any special qualifications and/or desired attributes for the position. Do not submit a resume in place of completing the Supplemental Questionnaire or the Work Experience section of the application.
Qualified applicants whose responses most closely match the requirements for this position will be invited to interview. Transcripts must be submitted to receive credit for education coursework at the time of application.
Veterans - If you are an eligible veteran and you meet the minimum qualifications, veterans' preference points will be added to your score. To receive veterans' preference points you MUST attach to your electronic application the following required documentation:
- A copy of the DD214/215 for the five (5) point preference;
- OR A copy of the DD214/215; AND a veteran's disability preference letter from the United States Department of Veterans' Affairs for the ten (10) point preference.
For more information on veterans' preference points visit www.oregonjobs.org, and select veterans' preference.
PLEASE NOTE: The Oregon Department of Forestry does not offer visa sponsorships. Within three days of hire, all applicants will be required to complete U.S. Department of Homeland Security form I-9, confirming authorization to work in the United States.
THE OREGON DEPARTMENT OF FORESTRY IS AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY, AFFIRMATIVE ACTION EMPLOYER COMMITTED TO WORK FORCE DIVERSITY
- Applicants are asked to include a statement with their application how they would effectively manage a hybrid fire department consisting of both career and volunteer fire fighters.*
All candidates will be required the following prior to commencement of employment. Each of these requirements must be successfully completed in order to qualify for the position.
- A physical examination conducted by a physician selected by the Town and at the Town's expense.
- A pre-employment controlled substances test
- A psychological evaluation conducted by a professional selected by the Town and at the Town's expense
- A background investigation, including but not limited to, a motor vehicle check, a criminal history check, and education, certification and employment verification.
POSITION: Fire Chief
SALARY: $119, 824
REPORTS TO: Board of Fire Commissioners
DISTINGUISHING FEATURES OF THE CLASS:
The Fire Chief reports to the Board of Fire Commissioners and oversees all aspects of the entire Department. This position requires management of resources, knowledge of employee relations, budgeting, ability to respond to the public and a strong background of leadership experience within a hybrid fire department. Important to this position is to manage both career and volunteer firefighters in the most effective and efficient manner in order to respond and safely meet the emergency services of the Town of Southington.
DUTIES AND RESPONSIBLITIES (illustrative only):
Responsible for the protection of life and property from the direction of all firefighting activity.
Highly responsible administrative duties include purchasing of supplies and equipment, preparation of budget estimates, and effecting efficient policy formulation and recommendation in the use of personnel and equipment in carrying out firefighting activities.
Responsible for administrative and operational decisions pertaining to firefighting and fire prevention standards as well as training within the limitations of the law, regulations and established policies.
Plans, organizes, assigns and directs departmental operations with respect to equipment, apparatus, and personnel. Develops fire service policies and strategic plans, recommends policy to the Board of Fire Commissioners, and implements approved Fire Department policy, including rescue, fire suppression and life safety policies.
Directs operation of Department through supervision of all personnel. Participates in personnel actions such as hiring, termination, assignment, evaluation, and labor relations; promotes equal opportunity in hiring; oversees and ensures integrity of Department promotion processes; administers labor contracts including grievance procedures, and provides discipline as necessary.
Plans for short and long term personnel; material resources and scheduling requirements to meet objectives.
Administers, oversees and evaluates the effectiveness of such functions as: personnel management, budget expenditures, maintenance and repair of equipment, apparatus and fire stations, maintenance of public and departmental records, and implements policies and procedures to alleviate any deficiencies.
Directs the preparation and analysis of fire records and reports to secure efficient operations, to meet service demands and to comply with authorized requests for information regarding activities and personnel of the Department.
The chief is available 24 hours/day and on call every other weekend.
Supervises and coordinates the preparation and presentation of a proposed annual budget for the Fire Department; directs and controls the implementation of the Department's adopted budget; analyzes and recommends improvements to equipment and facilities as needed.
Reports to the Board of Fire Commissioners on a regular basis
Attends meeting of Town boards, commissions and other community organizations to represent the Department, answer questions and present reports, plans and recommendations.
Serves the Town as the Assistant Emergency Management Director; responsible for coordination of efforts of various agencies regarding natural and manmade disasters.
Maintains a current knowledge of developments in the field of emergency services, fire prevention, fire fighting operations and administration, and emergency management, and
Performs related duties as required.
Thorough knowledge of fire suppression and prevention and emergency medical principles and techniques.
Thorough knowledge of relevant local, State and Federal laws and regulations.
Thorough knowledge of building construction and fire prevention codes and standards including building design and construction plan reviews.
Thorough knowledge of the principles and practices of fire prevention promotion.
Knowledge of the physical layout of the Town including fire hydrants, water supply and street system
Considerable knowledge of the principles and practices of public administration.
Ability to command a fire scene, including planning attack; directing personnel in fire and rescue operations. Skill in the use of fire suppression tools and equipment.
Skill in financial and human capital management with an emphasis on ensuring that taxpayer money is spent in the most efficient manner benefiting the Town.
Proficient in the use of computers, including Microsoft Office Suite.
Ability to plan, organize and direct the work of employees performing varied operations connected with Fire activities.
Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with subordinates, public officials, other local, State and Federal governmental agencies, the media, community/businesses leaders and organizations and the general public.
Ability to compose clear and correct written correspondence and reports; ability to effectively present information verbally and respond to questions from public officials, the media, citizens, and the general public.
Ability to read, analyze and interpret general business periodicals, professional journals, technical procedures and government regulations.
Ability to exercise sound judgment in evaluating situations and making decisions.
Ability to manage complex projects.
MINIMUM EXPERIENCE AND TRAINING REQUIRED:
Minimum of fifteen (15) years of progressive fire service experience with a minimum of five (5) years in fire department senior command position at the rank of Captain or above in similarly sized department, with experience managing both career and volunteer fire personnel.
Bachelor's degree in Fire Science, Management, Public Administration or related field required; Master's degree preferred.
Fire Officer II and Fire Instructor I certified.
State of Connecticut Fire Marshal and Fire Department Safety Officer certified within one (1) year of appointment. All certifications must be maintained.
Ability to drive a motor vehicle in Connecticut and to operate specialized fire control equipment and standard office equipment. Must hold a Connecticut drivers license with either CDL or 2Q endorsement.
Connecticut EMT-B or National Registry EMT certification at time of appointment.
Enrollment in or completion of the National Fire Academy's Executive Fire Officer Program
PREFERRED EXPERIENCE AND TRAINING:
Master's degree in Fire Science, Management, Public Administration or related field
Fire Instructor II certification
The physical demands here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of the job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.
While performing the essential functions of this job, the employee is frequently required to stand, walk; use hands and fingers, handle or operate objects, controls or standard fire services, tools and equipment, reach with hands and arms; climb, balance, stoop, kneel, crouch, crawl; and taste or smell.
The employee must frequently lift and/or move up to 50 pounds, and occasionally lift or move up to 50 pounds. Specific vision abilities required by this job include close vision, distance vision, color vision, peripheral vision, depth perception, and the ability to adjust focus. The position requires use and operation of a motor vehicle, fire apparatus and related equipment, all terrain and water vehicles, medical equipment, rescue and power tools, ladders, pumps, various size fire hoses, self-contained breathing apparatus, communications, safety and standard office .
Work is performed both in the office and in the field under adverse weather. The employee may occasionally work near moving mechanical parts; in precarious places; and with explosives; may occasionally be exposed to wet and/or humid conditions, extreme cold, extreme heat, fumes or airborne particles, toxic or caustic chemicals and vibration and life threatening situations, including possibly being assaulted by others, and traversing rough terrain by foot. It may be expected that the individual could be exposed to blood or other potentially infectious materials during the course of his/her duties. The noise level in the work environment is usually quiet in the office, and moderately noisy to noisy in the field.
The Fire Chief must reside within a town or city, any part of which falls within a twenty (20) mile radius of Fire Headquarters. Applicants from outside the residency area will be given a six-month period to obtain residency.
The employee shall be a non-smoker and not constitute a threat to his/her own health or safety or that of others in the workplace.
Service Sales Representative - Fire Protection
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Date: Jan 31, 2018
Location: Coppell, TX, US, 75019
Requisition Number: 5012
Cintas is seeking a highly-motivated Service Sales Representative for our rapidly growing Fire Protection division. As a well-trained Cintas partner, responsibilities include servicing, repairing and maintaining the portable fire equipment and emergency exit lighting systems of our vast, established customer base. This includes leveraging our industry-leading expertise for systems testing and inspections, identification of code and non-conformance issues and on-site emergency troubleshooting and repairs. To fuel our continued, organic growth, selling and promoting additional products and services would also play an important part of the role.
- Valid driver's license
Strong communication and customer service skills
Ability to work independently, with minimal supervision
High School Diploma/GED (+11 years)
Our employee-partners enjoy:
Medical, Dental and Vision Insurance Package
Disability and Life Insurance Package
Paid Time Off and Holidays
Career Advancement Opportunities
Headquartered in Cincinnati, Cintas is a publicly held company traded over the Nasdaq Global Select Market under the symbol CTAS and is a component of both the Standard & Poor's 500 Index and Nasdaq-100 Index.
Cintas Corporation helps more than 900,000 businesses of all types and sizes get READY™ to open their doors with confidence every day by providing a wide range of products and services that enhance our customers' image and help keep their facilities and employees clean, safe and looking their best. With products and services including uniforms, mats, mops, restroom supplies, first aid and safety products, fire extinguishers and testing, and safety and compliance training, Cintas helps customers get Ready for the Workday®.
To support our growth across North America, we're seeking driven professionals with ambition to move up within our company. Our professional culture, our dedication to our employee-partners and limitless career opportunities—these are just a few benefits we're proud to offer. Our employee-partners know every job is critical, and that teamwork drives innovation. Let's talk about how you'll fit into our team and how your hard work will be recognized through competitive pay, world-class benefits and ongoing career development. Are you Ready™ for limitless opportunities at Cintas?
Cintas Corporation is an EEO/Affirmative Action Employer and will make all employment-related decisions without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability or protected veteran status.
Job Category: SSR
Employee Status: Regular
Schedule: Full Time
Shift: 1st Shift
Nearest Major Market: Dallas
Nearest Secondary Market: Fort Worth
Job Segment: Sales Rep, Customer Service Representative, Sales, Customer Service
Fire Training School Instructor - Lieutenant (Detroit Fire Department)
Under general supervision, assists in the training of fire fighting methods and techniques; instructs departmental personnel in the driving, method and operation, care and maintenance of motor driven fire apparatus.
Examples of Duties
Assists in the training of the fire fighting force by conducting basic training classes in the proper application of fire fighting techniques.
Conducts in-service company training courses.
Presents information in a classroom setting on various fire fighting procedures.
Instructs selected departmental personnel in proper driving techniques, methods of operation, including the care and maintenance of motor driven fire apparatus.
Observes the application of proper driving techniques and certifies as to qualifications to drive fire apparatus.
Explains safety practices.
Demonstrates the use of equipment and procedures.
Directs and observes practice performances and makes corrections.
Oversees general drills and fire fighting problems.
Sets up and operates audio-visual equipment and other aids as required.
Makes recommendations and assists in the revision of training materials.
Maintains records of activities and prepares reports.
High School Diploma or GED.
Five (5) years of experience in the Fire Fighting Division
A total of eight (8) years of experience in the Fire Department
LICENSE, CERTIFICATION AND OTHER SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS:
Valid State of Michigan Operator License and Class 2 Endorsement required.
Michigan Fire Fighters Training Council Instructor I Certification shall be required as a condition to remain in this classification.
Michigan Fire Fighters Training Council Fire Officer I & II Certification shall be required within 12 months of the completion of the initial 6 month probationary period.
SUBJECTS & WEIGHTS
- Computerized Exam: 70%
- Oral Appraisals: 30%
- Evaluation of TEP: QL: Pass / Fail O/C: 15%
Principles of learning and methods of teaching.
Modern fire fighting methods.
The operation of fire apparatus and rules and regulations pertaining thereof.
Recordkeeping software such as Firehouse and FireRescue 1.
The operation and maintenance of fire apparatus.
Use of Microsoft Office (e.g. Word, Excel, Powerpoint) and other related software.
Physical and mechanical dexterity.
Oral and written communication.
Drill and instruct fire fighting personnel in efficient fire fighting methods.
Complete all job performance requirements from the following Professional Standards within 1 year of permanent staus:
Michigan Fire Fighting Training Council Instructor Orientation
NFPA 1001, Standard for Fire Fighter Professional Qualifications
NFPA 1021, Standard for Fire Officer Professional Qualificaitons
NFPA 1041, Standard for Fire Service Instructor Professional Qualifications
Michigan Fire Fighting Training Council Certification
Hazardous Materials Awareness A & O Certification
Demonstrate initiative and resourcefulness in handling unusual problems of instruction.Operate Emergency Response Apparatus.Courteously interact with departmental personnel and others.
THIS RECRUITMENT IS OPEN TO
ACTIVE DETROIT FIRE DEPARTMENT EMPLOYEES ONLY
PLEASE ATTACH AN UPDATED RESUME AND ANY CERTIFICATIONS
WITH YOUR APPLICATION
INCOMPLETE APPLICATIONS WILL NOT BE CONSIDERED
A review of the applicant's attendance records and work performance will be considered in the promotional process.
Persons applying must meet the position qualifications, including licensing and certifications.
Completion of an evaluation process is required.
If you have previously applied for this position, you must re-apply to be considered for this vacancy.
The above statements describe the general nature and level of work performed by employees assigned to the class. Incumbents may be required to perform job-related responsibilities and tasks other than those stated in this specification. Specific job duties may vary from position to position.
Fire Division Chief
To view the Fire Division Chief announcement, please go to https://waldronhr.com/searches/vancouver-fire-department-1
To apply, please go to https://waldron.secure.force.com/CandidatePortal and submit your resume and cover letter expressing your interest in the City of Vancouver Fire Department and your fit for the Division Chief opportunity. Cover letters may be addressed to Heather Gantz. Please apply by March 25, 2018.
The Division Chief is represented by IAFF Local 4378 and the classification is a rank within the Vancouver Civil Service System. Eligibility Lists are created which contain the names of candidates who have passed the exam process that has been certified by the Civil Service Commission. For Division Chief, eligibility lists are valid for up to eighteen (18) months following certification and can be used to fill multiple vacancies in that time period.
The City of Vancouver is an Equal Opportunity Employer and strives to create a working environment that includes and values employees from all races, religion, color, sex, national origin, gender, sexual orientation, age or any other condition protected by federal, state or local law.
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