Fire Chiefs Aide Job Description Sample
Fire Suppression Aide I (Fire Department) - Extra-Help
The Job Benefits Supplemental Questions
Monthly Salary up to $3072 for a 56 hour work week!
(base hourly rate of $12 for 40 hours with 16 hours scheduled overtime)
THIS IS A FIRE DEPARTMENT POSITION ONLY
The San Bernardino County Fire Department is accepting applications for Fire Suppression Aide I, who, under direction, perform a variety of tasks requiring arduous manual labor in the prevention, suppression, and control of vegetation fires, and provide support at fire suppression emergencies. To learn more about SBCFD's Professional Hand Crew, click here.
These positions are extra-help positions which are seasonal or temporary in nature and do not attain regular status. This is an entry-level position that may lead to a career as a firefighter with SBCFD.
CONDITIONS OF EMPLOYMENT
Background: A successful background check is required prior to assignment.
Physical Ability: The employees in this class are responsible for performing hazardous tasks under emergency conditions.
The work in this class demands heavy physical labor for periods of varying duration under hazardous conditions and in all weather conditions.
This includes, but is not limited to, hiking trails, working in steep, uneven terrain, working in confined areas, and working in smoke-filled limited visibility environments. This position requires the strength and physical abilities necessary to perform the duties of a fire fighter. Training includes successful completion of the San Bernardino County Fire Department's physical fitness assessment, encompassing a run, pull-ups, push-ups, sit-ups, and hiking with a pack; successful completion of training includes completing these activities within specified time limits. (Fitness activities are similar to the SIHCO and US Forest Service requirements.) Persons seeking appointment to this class must meet the safety health and physical condition standards deemed necessary and proper for performance of the duties established by the San Bernardino County Fire Department.
Positions: These are extra-help, Unclassified positions and shall be considered at-will for approximately 9 months per year.
Positions are typically scheduled for 40 hours per week, with scheduled overtime hours, as well. Some positions may work year round depending on workload. Applicants must be willing to work anywhere within San Bernardino County. Employees must adhere to the provisions of the County Fire and Special Districts Dress Code, which prohibits all visible tattoos.
Candidates must meet the following qualifications at time of application:
At least 18 years of age
Possess High School Diploma or equivalent
Possess valid California Class C driver license
Candidates will be required to demonstrate physical ability to carry out the arduous nature of this position within time constraints.
Candidates possessing additional related certifications are highly desired, especially the following:
- I-100 or I-200 (ICS100 or ICS200) - Intro/Basic Incident Command
- S-130 - Firefighter Training
- S-190 - Intro to Wildland Fire Behavior
Be sure to submit a copy of all your certifications, or a copy of the CA Incident Command Certification System Qualification Card (CICCS Red Card).
To be considered, you must submit a completed application: www.sbcounty.gov/hr. In the event an insufficient number of qualified applications have been received, this recruitment may be extended; therefore, it is to your advantage to apply as soon as possible. Selected qualified candidates will be invited to demonstrate physical ability and participate in an interview.
All communications regarding the selection process will be via e-mail. Applicants are encouraged to check their e-mail frequently to learn additional information regarding this recruitment.
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Click HERE for important Applicant Information and the County Employment Process.
Application Procedure: To be considered for this excellent opportunity, please complete and submit the online employment application and supplemental questionnaire by the deadline. Resumes will not be accepted in lieu of the application and/or supplemental questionnaire.
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Executive Assistant To Chiefs
Organization: Area Agency on Aging 1-B (non-profit)
Program: Executive Services
AAA 1-B makes the commitment to positively impact the health and well-being of older adults, adults with disabilities, and caregivers. The goal of our staff is to lead efforts within the six counties that we serve to achieve their highest quality of life through teamwork, integrity and respect. We offer the following opportunity to serve:
Under the supervision of the Executive Services Manager, is responsible for supporting the Chief Financial Officer, Chief of Human Resources Officer and Director of Philanthropy by facilitating the accomplishment of work through the provision and coordination of a variety of tasks and services. Provides efficient and accurate administrative support to the Chiefs, Managers and Supervisors. Model AAA 1-B core values.
- Assist various areas with the development or revision forms, letters, reports, presentations, newsletters and other documents as requested and according to agency standards. Prepare meeting agendas and minutes. Maintain and/or revise manuals. Maintains calendars, as needed.
- Assist with various large projects as part of the Executive Service Team.
- Assist the department with the development of procedures and creation of forms as they relate to new initiatives. On occasion, may conduct research or gather data on practices and programs as they relate to new initiatives.
- Create and enter data into spreadsheets. Maintain and edit records according to department requirements. Use spreadsheets to create reports as required. Generate reports and assist with mailings if needed.
- Other related duties as assigned.
Minimum requirements include:
- Bachelors (preferred) or an Associates Degree in Secretarial Science, Liberal Arts or related field with 3-5+ years of high level Administrative support and experience working on a variety of projects.
- Ability to interact with all levels of staff, external stakeholders, and top-level executives.
- Excellent technology, project and time management, problem solving, and communication skills are required.
- Strong organizational and multitasking skills, file management, high degree of accuracy, advanced grammar and proofreading skills are required.
- Ability to generate reports and take copious meeting minutes.
- Must have highly proficient skills in MS software: Word, Excel, Outlook, Adobe Acrobat, and PowerPoint. Experience using desktop publishing and database software is helpful. Typing 50 wpm+ required.
The Area Agency on Aging 1-B in Southfield has outstanding benefits for this position that include:
- A 37.5 workweek, with little to no overtime
- Choice of 2 excellent Medical Plans that cost next to nothing
- Fitness and Wellness benefits
- Dental, Vision, Short and Long-Term Disability
- Separate Vacation and Sick Banks; both very generous
- Various Teams that you can join internally, including:
- People Team and Fun to be Fit Team
- Centralized commute since main office is in Southfield, MI
- AND you work with very pleasant colleagues at our Agency!!
Please complete our on-line application and submit your resume for immediate consideration.
The Area Agency on Aging 1-B is an Equal Opportunity and Affirmative Action Employer.
Fire Lieutenant - Fire Prevention Specialist (Inspector/Investigator)
An employee in this classification ensures the comprehensive administration of all aspects of fire prevention for the city, which includes public education, fire investigation, enforcement of codes, site plan review, and issuance of various city and state permits, property inspection, and evaluating built-in fire protection systems. The employee is responsible for the effective inspection of all assigned properties for the purpose of identifying fire code violations and hazards, seeking compliance with all applicable fire laws, codes and ordinances. This employee is responsible for the effective delivery of fire and life safety training to the public and shall coordinate with suppression personnel requests for displays and demonstrations. This employee shall be responsible for the effective investigation of all fires within the City of Burlington that require the services of a fire investigator during call duty assignment. This employee may also be responsible for the release of public information related to fire emergencies or fire and life safety education. Work is performed under the supervision of the Assistant Fire Chief of Fire Prevention and is reviewed through observation, reports, and annual performance evaluations on the quality and effectiveness of work performed. This classification is considered nonexempt in compliance with the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA).
Hiring range: $43,680.00 - $49,000.00 DOQ
Salary Range: $43,680.00 - $72,072.00 Examples of Duties
Enforces codes and regulations established; ensures compliance with rules and regulations
Coordinates and provides instruction of public fire and life safety programs
Observes and makes recommendations for planning and implementing occupancy emergency evacuations.
Makes accurate and prompt reports
Maintains accurate and updated documentation of fire inspections, violations, and recommendations for possible litigation
Performs building and fire protection plan reviews as needed
Appears in court for the purpose of giving testimony
Assists supervisor with input for developing operating budget within division
Assists Fire Suppression and Fire Training divisions when requested
Performs origin and cause fire investigations and assists with investigations as needed
Provides accurate and prompt public information
Performs related duties as required
Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities
Thorough knowledge of city geography, street locations, and hydrant locations
Thorough knowledge of current firefighting practices and procedures
Thorough knowledge of firefighting hazards and related safety precautions
Extensive knowledge of applicable fire codes, city ordinances, and departmental SOP's
Understanding of applicable fire code laws and administration based on NC General Statures
Ability to interact with other city agencies and business owners to interpret, discuss, and mitigate fire code requirements
Ability to follow oral and written instructions and act quickly and calmly in emergencies
Ability to communicate effectively with citizens of diverse age groups
Extensive knowledge of fire investigation standards and guides and the ability to perform fire investigations as lead investigator and as a member of an investigative team
Possess strong communications skills
Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationship with other City employees, and the general public.
Required Education and Experience
High School Diploma or GED equivalency and considerable work experience in fire suppression, fire prevention or an equivalent combination of education and experience. Fire Protection Management Certificate or an Associate's degree in Fire Protection or related field is preferred.
- Valid driver's license from their state of residence. The license must be appropriate for the weight of the vehicle to be driven. (Class B )
- NC Fire Inspector II Standard Certificate
- NC certification as Firefighter Level II
- NC Level I Instructor
- NC EMT – B
- Ability to obtain the following specialized certifications:
- NC Fire Inspector Level III
- NC Public Fire/Life Safety Educator Certification
- NC Fire Investigator Certification
Physical Requirements and Working Conditions
Physical requirements – Work in this position is heavy work, requiring exertion of in excess of 100 pounds of force occasionally, and/or in excess of 50 pounds of force frequently, and/or in excess of 20 pounds of force constantly to move objects. This employee must have the visual acuity to be the operator of a vehicle and other equipment
Work in this class is described as strenuous and frequently requires physical exertion to complete tasks and move objects. Work typically involves the ability to physically perform the basic life operational functions of climbing, balancing, stooping, kneeling, crouching, crawling, reaching, walking, pushing, pulling, fingering, grasping, feeling, and repetitive motions. This employee must have the visual acuity to be the operator of a truck and other equipment. Employee is also subject to noise, vibration, and other hazards including various physical hazards such as proximity to moving mechanical parts, electrical current, working in high places, exposure to chemicals, oils, and greases, and blood borne pathogens when providing emergency medical services. Employee is subject to atmospheric conditions that may affect respiratory system of the skin and may be required to wear a respirator. Employee is frequently in close quarters and areas which could cause claustrophobia. Employee is subject to inside and outside environmental conditions, including extreme heat and extreme cold.
Inclement Weather Classification: Essential
SUMMARY: Performs a variety of supervisory and technical work involved in fire suppression, medical care, hazardous materials abatement, and related activities. Directs and participates in all phases of emergency operations.
Supervises the maintenance of the station equipment, supplies, and facilities; maintains discipline and order on calls and in company quarters.
Records station activities; prepares a variety of reports; performs data entry.
Creates and maintains monthly work schedules for staff; provides detailed work instructions to assigned staff.
Directs and participates in the performance of in-station activities; cleans and maintains grounds and living areas; makes minor repairs to the station; assists with meal preparations; requisitions supplies.
Maintains and tests apparatus and equipment; prepares and submits repair requests.
Acts as a team leader and member on an assigned company for emergency and non-emergency operations; determines methods of fire suppression; supervises and participates in firefighting activities to include the lying of hose lines, directing of water streams, placing of ladders, ventilation of buildings, and rescuing of persons.
Operates fire engine and other emergency vehicles as needed; may perform paramedic duties.
Participates in, and presents educational and public relations programs to the community on fire safety, fire prevention, and other topics.
Maintains physical fitness level required to complete assigned duties.
Acts as Battalion Chief as needed.
Performs other duties as required.
Education, Training and Experience Guidelines:
At least 45 college credit hours towards an Associate Degree in Fire Science or a related field preferred; AND six (6) years of fire ground operations experience, which includes some experience as supervisory or company officer; OR an equivalent combination of education, training, and experience.
Principles, practices, and techniques involved in firefighting and emergency operations.
Department policies and procedures.
Incident management system application during emergency operations.
Fire Department organizational structure, techniques, and processes.
State and Federal laws, codes, regulations, and legislation.
Flammable liquids, gases, chemicals, and toxic and combustible materials.
Establishing and operating an incident command post.
Remaining calm under pressure and in stressful situations.
Allocating Fire Department resources to meet community needs.
Operating a personal computer, standard software, and some specialized software.
Providing direction, supervision, and leadership to assign personnel.
Establishing and maintaining effective working relationships.
Communicating clearly, both orally and in writing.
Analyzing incidents and developing operational strategies accordingly.
LICENSE AND CERTIFICATION REQUIREMENTS:
Texas Commission on Fire Protection issued Firefighter certification at the Advanced level or higher.
Department of State Health Services issued Emergency Medical Technician Paramedic level certification.
Texas Commission on Fire Protection issued Fire Instructor 1 certification, or must obtain within 6 months of appointment to position.
Texas Commission on Fire Protection issued Fire Officer 2 certification.
Valid State Class B driver's license, Exempt Commercial license preferred.
PHYSICAL DEMANDS AND WORKING ENVIRONMENT: Work is performed in a fire station and various conditions while responding to calls. Incumbent will be subjected exposure risk to biohazards associated with blood borne and airborne pathogens, fire hazards and unsafe conditions and may be exposed to wet and/or humid conditions, fumes, hazardous chemicals and materials, intense heat, extreme cold, natural and manmade disasters and hazards associated with working in and near traffic; proper safety procedures must be followed including the use of personal protective equipment.
IFSTA Fire & Emergency Services Company Officer 5TH 37, 9, 10, 1217
Katy Fire Department Rules & Regulations, Articles IV, V, VI, VII, VIII, X Current
Katy Fire Department General Orders ALL
Katy Fire Department Emergency Operating Guidelines ALL
Katy Fire Department Directives Current ALL
Katy Fire Department documents will be sent to external candidates upon verification of qualifications.
Fire Simulation (command)
Time and location of the process will be determined based on number of candidates and announced at a later date.
Assistant Athletic Trainer For Chicago Fire Soccer Club Through Novacare
NovaCare Rehabilitation, the official PT and AT partner for the Chicago Fire Soccer Club, is seeking an Assistant Athletic Trainer to provide AT services to the Chicago Fire Soccer Club First Team.
The Assistant AT must have a Minimum three (3) years certified athletic trainer experience in a sports environment, preferably with professional soccer team sports. This position requires frequent travel and some international travel. Looking for an immediate start. Salary will commensurate with years of experience and start date is ASAP.
The Athletic Training staff will work under the supervision of the Chief Medical Officer and Head Athletic Trainer and together with the Strength Coach and Physical Therapist. The AT will provide first aid, sideline assessment, injury prevention programs, injury evaluation, program design, and standard ATR policies and procedures that comply with MLS guidelines including documentation. The Assistant AT will manage the Academy athletic trainer.
NATABOC Certified Athletic Trainer
In good standing with NATABOC and a member of the NATA
State License/Licensure Applicant in Illinois
Current professional CPR certification
Possess personal professional liability insurance
Fire Dispatcher I
Description Benefits Supplemental Questions
ORIENTATION SESSION (Voluntary not Mandatory): January 24, 2019, City Hall-South, Council Chambers, at 1501 Truxtun Avenue from 5:30 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. Applicants are encouraged to attend this orientation session to receive information, and allow applicants to ask questions about this position and the background investigation process.
NOTE: IT IS HIGHLY RECOMMENDED THAT APPLICANTS APPLY ON-LINE.
HOW TO APPLY: A COMPLETED City Application, Supplemental Questionnaire and Typing Certificate must be received by the Human Resources Office, 1600 Truxtun Avenue, Bakersfield, CA 93301 or online at http://www.bakersfieldjobs.us by the filing deadline.
POSTMARKS will not be accepted. Resumes are highly recommended to be submitted along with the application. NOTE: EMPLOYMENT APPLICATIONS MUST BE PROPERLY COMPLETED IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE INSTRUCTIONS ON FACE OF APPLICATION FORM.
ALL PERTINENT INFORMATION NEEDED TO DETERMINE THAT THE APPLICANT MEETS THE MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS MUST BE SHOWN ON THE APPLICATION, AND REQUIRED TYPING CERTIFICATE; OTHERWISE, THE APPLICATION WILL BE REJECTED. RESUMES WILL NOT BE ACCEPTED IN LIEU OF COMPLETED CITY APPLICATION AND REQUIRED TYPING CERTIFICATE.
Representative Duties:The following typical tasks and responsibilities are representative of this class. They are descriptive, not limiting.
Essential Duties: Operates telephone, radio, computer aided dispatch system and other communications equipment. Receives emergency calls which must be properly processed, including the dispatching of personnel and equipment to scenes of fire, police incidents, accidents, rescue operations, and other emergencies.
Receives routine calls and gives information as requested. Receives and transmits messages between field units, receives and transmits messages through the computer aided dispatch system, including police messages locally and nationwide. Prepares and maintains radio, phone, and other log records. Performs related work as required.
Applications will be accepted only from those applicants who properly complete the application and clearly demonstrate on the application, supplemental questionnaire and typing certificate that they possess the minimum qualifications which include:
Graduation from high school or attainment of a satisfactory score on a G. E. D. test
Ability to type 35 net words per minute
Experience in dispatching, emergency services, or two-way radio operations; ability to adequately perform multiple concurrent tasks; ability to calmly handle emergency situations by obtaining and relaying critical information
ALL applicants MUST be able to work shift work, which includes the night shift, weekends, and holidays. There is a shift differential paid to employees working the night shift. Shift differential pay: $0.90 or $1.25 per hour depending on assigned shift.
CERTIFICATE REQUIREMENT: All applicants must attach a Typing Certificate (dated within the last two years of filing deadline from 1/29/17 to 1/29/19) certifying 35 NET WORDS PER MINUTE with the application by the filing deadline.
Note: Certificates obtained on-line are unacceptable. For a list of acceptable testing agencies offering Typing Certificates, please visit the following website: http://www.americasjobcenterofkern.com or contact the local America's Job Center of California at 661-325-4473.
OTHER MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: Knowledge of:
The geography of the city and the location of streets and important buildings. Ability to: Learn quickly the operation of telephone, computer aided dispatch, radio and other communication equipment; speak clearly in a well-modulated voice and to use good diction; think and act quickly and calmly in emergency situations; prepare and maintain records and reports; perform multiple tasks at one time.
Examination (Weighted: 100%):ALL APPLICANTS WILL BE NOTIFIED VIA E-MAIL (IF PROVIDED) OF DATE, TIME AND PLACE OF EXAMS: A minimum passing score of 70% is required.
WRITTEN EXAMINATION (Weighted: Pass/Fail) February 7, 2019 (Tentative): Questions may be related to reasoning and problem solving, public contact and telephone communication skills, name and number matching, deductive and inductive reasoning, map reading and interpretation and reactive learning. *NOTE: The pass point may be set to include those applicants with the TOP WRITTEN EXAM SCORES who achieve a minimum score of 70%.
ORAL APPRAISAL INTERVIEW (Weighted 100%) March 6 - 7, 2019 (Tentative): An appraisal will be made of the applicant's education, training, experience, and personal qualifications for the position. Minimum rating of 70% is required.
BACKGROUND INVESTIGATION (Weighted: Pass/Fail): Prior to appointment, applicants must successfully complete an investigation of their personal history and background to determine suitability for this position with the Bakersfield Fire Department.
Service Sales Representative - Fire Protection
Title: Service Sales Representative
- Fire Protection
Ledgewood, NJ, US, 07852
Requisition Number: 30284
Cintas is seeking a Service Sales Representative
- Fire Protection. Responsibilities include servicing, repairing and maintaining the portable fire equipment and emergency exit lighting systems of our established customer base upon completion of our training program. 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 growth, selling and promoting additional products and services would also play an important part of the role.
Valid driver's license
High School Diploma/GED
Strong communication and customer service skills
Ability to work independently, with minimal supervision
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: New Jersey
Job Segment: Customer Service Representative, Sales Rep, Sales, Customer Service
Fire Life And Safety Director - Overnights - College Campus - Downtown, Brooklyn
We are North America's leading security services provider with over 200,000 phenomenal employees. For all full-time positions, we offer medical, dental and vision coverage, life insurance, 401K, employee assistance programs, company discounts, perks and more! Approximately 65% of our managers were internally promoted! You too can start with little, to no security experience and become one of Allied Universal's many success stories. We have great part-time and flexible schedules! Start your phenomenal career with Allied Universal today!
Allied Universal is currently looking to hire a Fire Safety Director for a position at a college campus located in Downtown, Brooklyn.
Overnight / 11pm-7am
Workdays are Friday through Tuesday
Rate of pay: $22.83Hr
The primary mission of the Fire Safety Director is to protect life and property through the implementation of the building's fire safety plan including the management of the Fire Command Station and the supervision of the fire brigade, floor wardens, and deputy floor wardens and building evacuation supervisors.
The successful Fire Safety Director candidate is required to act as a liaison to the NYC Fire Department during emergencies.
Expected skills and competencies necessary to perform duties include, but are not limited to:
Ensure that all life safety systems and related equipment are fully functional.
Ensure that all floors have fire safety teams including Fire Wardens, Deputy Fire Wardens, and Building Evacuation Team members.
Conduct fire alarm drills and maintain a written log of critiques to identify potential or actual weaknesses in response time or life safety systems and related equipment.
Providing clear direction, information and assistance to client visitors, guests, vendors and employees in a professional, pleasant and courteous fashion on a regular basis and during emergency situations.
Assist the building security staff in the visual inspection of all visitor, vendor and employee access badges/identification cards to verify that the authorized holder is the individual presenting the badge/id card to prevent unauthorized access to the property.
Maintain surveillance and reporting of any suspicious persons and/or packages.
Perform CPR/AED and basic first aid if required.
Physical and Mental Functions:
Stand or walk constantly (for up to an entire shift) on various surfaces (tile, concrete, carpet)
Climb stairs, ramps, or ladders occasionally during shift
Occasionally bend/twist at waist/knees/neck to perform various duties
Occasionally lift or carry up to 40 pounds
Run as needed
Constant use of both hands and arms in reaching/handling/grasping/fingering while using phone, notepad, writing reports, and other administrative tasks
Constant use of eyes (correctable vision to normal level required) to observe, read, interact with public and co-workers, view security monitors; includes hand/eye coordination
Work in various environments including adverse outdoor conditions such as cold, rain or heat;
Constant mental alertness and attention to detail required while setting priorities and following up on assignments
Qualified applicants for the Fire Safety Director position will meet the minimum requirements, as described below:
High school diploma or equivalent required
At least 18 years of age
Must possess effective written and oral communication and interpersonal skills with ability to deal with all levels of personnel and the general public in a professional and effective manner; must be able to use initiative and independent judgment within established guidelines
Must be able to frequently prepare written reports and logs in neat, legible handwriting; may require computer skills
Must be able to read and understand all operating procedures and instructions
Must be able to obtain a valid Guard License as required in the state for which you are applying
As a condition of employment, employee must successfully complete a background investigation and a post-offer/pre-employment drug/alcohol test
As a condition of continued employment, employee must maintain current active status of all required License at all times, and must carry the license at all times while on duty
Must display exceptional customer service and communication skills
Remain flexible to ever changing environments; adapt well to different situations
Intermediate computer skills to utilize innovative, wireless technology at client specific sites
Ability to maintain satisfactory attendance and punctuality standard;
Neat and professional appearance
Ability to provide quality customer service
Ability to handle both common and crisis situations at the client site, calmly and efficiently
Read, understand and clearly speak English; constantly use speech and hearing (correctable to normal level required) in communicating with public/co-workers, giving and receiving instructions, using phones
Must be able to handle pressure of working with high volume general public (constantly to occasionally depending on assignment)
Allied Universal is an Equal Opportunity Employer committed to hiring a diverse workforce. Allied Universal will provide qualified individuals with reasonable accommodations pursuant to the Americans with Disabilities Act and/or any other applicable state or local laws. We are committed to hiring veterans and reservists. Since 2013, we have hired over 25,000 heroes.
Transalaska Pipeline Fire Safety Specialist (Pcn 12-2031)
The Department of Public Safety is recruiting for a TransAlaska Pipeline Fire Safety Specialist to join our team committed to public safety through public service.
This position is part of the Division of Fire and Life Safety and is responsible for pipeline-related fire and life safety inspections, plan reviews, employee complaint investigations, and engages with partner Joint Pipeline Office agencies in coordinating oversight of the TransAlaska Pipeline System.
Key Responsibilities of this position include:
Plan, coordinate and conduct fire safety and life safety surveys of all buildings, processes and practices related to the pipeline-related operations. Enforce the state adopted codes and other national standards pertaining to fire and life safety requirements. Prepare reports detailing deficiencies found, corrective actions required, then establish correction compliance dates and carry out follow-ups until all deficiencies have been abated.
Review building construction plans and specifications for all pipeline-related projects to assure compliance with state adopted building, fire, mechanical and Alaska fire safety codes. Reviews include remodels, renovations and repair of existing buildings, new buildings, fire sprinkler and alarm systems, fuel tank installations and others. Prepare building records from construction documents and prepare other technical reports relating to the plan review function.
Exercise discretion and independent judgment in conducting fire and life safety programs in pipeline-related facilities.
Represent the Division of Fire and Life Safety at TransAlaska Pipeline System and Joint Pipeline Office meetings, conferences and working groups at the direction of the Assistant State Fire Marshal.
Interpret and implement policies and procedures for conducting fire and life safety programs within pipeline-related facilities.
Assist the Joint Pipeline Office in the development of effective fire and life safety programs for pipeline-related facilities and operations.
Provide training and technical assistance to the Joint Pipeline Office staff and TransAlaska Pipeline System owners and operators regarding state fire and life safety laws, regulations and requirements.
Gather, compile and analyze statistics on fire prevention activities conducted on pipeline-related facilities.
We are looking to hire someone with the following knowledge, skills, abilities, and experience:
Thorough knowledge of fire prevention and fire service activities including building plan review, fire code inspection principles and practices and fire prevention education programs.
Ability to conduct building, processors and installations fire prevention inspections. This includes the physical ability to enter all sections of buildings such as attics, basements, crawl spaces and other areas not normally visited in a building.
Ability to analyze situations, reason logically and recommend an effective course of action to abate fire hazards.
Ability to establish and maintain effective relationships with government officials, fire officials, building design and construction professionals and others.
Ability to communicate effectively with others, both orally and in writing.
Ability to travel in many modes of transportation to include small and large aircraft, snow machines, ATVs, trucks, automobiles and boats.
The Department of Public Safety strives to preserve the peace, enforce the law, prevent and detect crime, and protect life and property. All positions support or carry out the Department's mission. If our mission interests you and this position embodies your strengths, please consider joining our team.
More information about the Department of Public Safety can be found on our website: http://dps.alaska.gov/
Five years of experience in fire service work, including three years of fire prevention inspection and plan review work
An Associate's degree from an accredited institution in fire science, fire service administration, fire science technology or a closely related field
Certification by the International Conference of Building Officials (ICBO) or the International Code Council (ICC) as either:
- a Fire Code Inspector; or,
- a Plans Reviewer.
Additional qualifying experience may be substituted for the education (2.67 semester hours or 4 quarter hours equal one month of experience).
Assigned duties and responsibilities require continuous certification by the ICBO or ICC as a Fire Code Inspector and Plans Reviewer and successful applicants must have one of these certifications at time of hire. Continued employment is contingent upon the incumbent obtaining the remaining certification within six months of initial hire and throughout employment.
Desirable Qualification: certification as a Mechanical Code Inspector by the ICBO or ICC.
Job duties require physical inspection of the TransAlaska Pipeline and related structures which may require carrying loads over rough or uneven surfaces and other physically demanding tasks. As a condition of employment, the Department of Public Safety will require a physical examination to determine the ability of the candidate to perform the essential functions of the job.
As part of the examination process an extensive background investigation, including a criminal records check, will be conducted.
Additional Required Information
This position is exempt from the current hiring restrictions and is open to all applicants.
This recruitment is extended another ten days to allow for a larger applicant pool. If you have already applied for this position, there is no need to reapply. The new closing date is 01/21/19.
Applicants are required to include a cover letter with their application for this position. In your cover letter, in professional business format, detail your experience, training and/or education that support the "key responsibilities" of this position, how you meet the Minimum Qualifications, and how your prior experiences/education support the desired knowledge, skills, abilities and experience listed in the job description above.
Your cover letter will be used as a writing example. Applicants are advised to pay particular attention to spelling, punctuation, and grammar.
Please attach the cover letter to your application before submitting it online or, if unable to attach to your application, fax or email it to the contact number provided in the job posting. Your cover letter will be used to help determine which applicants will advance to the interview phase of the recruitment and selection process.
Applicants invited for an in-person interview will be required to provide the following at the time of interview:
List of three (3) professional references.
Last two (2) performance evaluations (letter of recommendation from current or former supervisor may be substituted).
Desirable Qualification: Certification as a mechanical code inspector by the ICC.
Job duties require physical inspection of the TransAlaska Pipeline and pipeline-related structures which may require carrying loads over rough or uneven surfaces and other physically demanding tasks. As a condition of employment, the Department of Public Safety will require a physical examination to determine the ability of the candidate to perform the essential functions of the job.
If using work experience not already documented in your application, also provide the employer name, your job title, dates of employment, and whether full-or part-time. Applications will be reviewed to determine if the responses are supported and minimum qualifications are clearly met. If they are not, the applicant may not advance to the interview and selection phase of the recruitment.
The successful candidates must pass a comprehensive background investigation, which includes a criminal history check.
The State of Alaska complies with Title I of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA). Individuals with disabilities, who require accommodation, auxiliary aides or services, or alternative communication formats, please call 1-800-587-0430 or 465-4095 in Juneau or (907) 465-3412 (TTY) or correspond with the Division of Personnel & Labor Relations at the address above. The State of Alaska is an equal opportunity employer.
WORKPLACE ALASKA APPLICATION QUESTIONS & ASSISTANCE
Questions regarding application submission or system operation errors should be directed to the Workplace Alaska hotline at 1-800-587-0430 (toll free) or (907) 465-4095 if you are located in the Juneau area. Requests for information may also be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org.
For applicant password assistance please visit: https://www.governmentjobs.com/js_lostpswd.cfm?&topheader=alaska
For specific information in reference to the position please contact the hiring manager at:
Lloyd Nakano, Assistant State Fire Marshal
Phone: (907) 269-5491
Fax: (907) 338-4375
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 email@example.com 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 firstname.lastname@example.org at least one week prior to any interview date.
If there are any questions regarding this recruitment, please contact Liane Kwan at email@example.com
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.
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