Fire Fighter Crash Fire And Rescue Job Description Sample
Pmo/Basic Support Fire Fighter
This position is responsible for administering appropriate emergency medical treatment to victims of accidents and other life-threatening situations, assisting with exterior firefighting tasks, maintaining emergency medical equipment/vehicles, and assisting with emergency medical training.
Examples of Duties
Render emergency and lifesaving medical assistance to those in need;Respond to fires, emergency medical, and other life-threatening situations; transport injured or sick person to appropriate care facility; extricate victims of accidents when necessary; prepare and complete required reports and logs including patient care reports; respond to fire alarms and medical calls and performs duties of a Paramedic; supervise and direct Emergency Medical Technicians at emergency sites; administer medication to victims on site and in transit to medical facility if necessary and as approved by the medical director and/or doctor;ensure the proper functioning of all emergency medical equipment and vehicles through regular checks; ensure adequate inventory supply aboard emergency medical vehicles through regular checks; order needed supplies and medication; maintain current state certification through continuing education; assist training personnel with emergency medical and fire fighting training of Firefighters and Emergency Medical Technicians; perform related work as required.
Graduation from High School or GED equivalent.Must obtain certification as a State of Georgia Basic Firefighter (Module I) within first twelve months of employment; certified as a Georgia Paramedic; must have a valid Georgia Driver's License; must obtain a Class B endorsement or equivalent within the first twelve months of employment; must continually complete annual certification hour requirements for Georgia Certified Firefighter and Georgia certified Paramedic.
Knowledge, Skill, Abilities/ Supplemental Information
Knowledge of basic and advanced emergency medical and life-sustaining techniques including cardiac care, trauma and shock care, ventilation and other CPR techniques; knowledge of basic algebra, pharmacology and chemistry for the administration of drug modalities; knowledge of medical terminology; knowledge of state and Henry County basic fire fighting and life rescue procedures and practices;knowledge of the geography of Henry County and the road system; skill in the administration of emergency medical techniques and in the use of specialized equipment associated with advanced life support; skill in extrication techniques andin patient assessment;skill in dealing with emergency situations and victims of trauma; skill in performing general mechanical maintenance and dexterity in operating emergency vehicles, specialized emergency medical equipment,fire equipment, and specialized life rescue equipment.
It is the policy of Henry County that there will be equal opportunity for every citizen, employee and applicant, based upon merit without regard to race, color, religion, national origin, gender, age, genetics or disability.
Fire Fighter Technician - RSS II
Business Line Government
Position Title Fire Fighter Technician
- RSS II
United States of America
Under general supervision, responds to fire alarms, emergency medical calls, traffic accidents, rescue and other emergency calls to protect life and property; drives, operates and maintains fire apparatus, equipment and other specialized vehicles; operates fire pumpers and related apparatus; participates in training, drill and independent studies; participates in fire prevention inspections and public education activities; participates in the maintenance of Fire Department equipment and facilities; performs various staff support assignments; and performs related work as assigned. Participates in various support assignments, including but not limited to the maintenance of inventory records, scheduled inspections of department equipment, hydrant inspections and maintenance and fire flow testing; ordering, inventorying and issuance of safety equipment, the preparation and maintenance of department maps and pre-fire plans, alarm center operation and the preparation of specifications for new equipment and apparatus. Participates in the training of fire personnel in the safe and proper operation and maintenance of all Fire Department apparatus and vehicles.
Must meet below National Fire Protection Act (NFPA) essential job tasks:
Performing fire-fighting tasks (e.g., hose line operations, extensive crawling, lifting and carrying heavy objects, ventilating roofs or walls using power or hand tools, forcible entry, etc.), rescue operations, and other emergency response actions under stressful conditions while wearing personal protective ensembles and SCBA, including working in extremely hot or cold environments for prolonged time periods.
Wearing an SCBA, which includes a demand valve-type, positive-pressure face piece or HEPA filter masks, which requires the ability to tolerate increased respiratory workloads.
Exposure to toxic fumes, irritants, particulates, biological (infectious) and non-biological hazards, and/or heated gases, despite the use of personal protective ensembles and SCBA.
Depending on the local jurisdiction, climbing six or more flights of stairs while wearing fire protective ensemble weighing at least 50 lb (22.6 kg) or more and carrying equipment/tools weighing an additional 20 to 40 lb (9 to 18 kg).
Wearing fire protective ensemble that is encapsulating and insulated, which will result in significant fluid loss that frequently progresses to clinical dehydration and can elevate core temperature to levels exceeding 102.2 degrees F.
Searching, finding, and rescue-dragging or carrying victims ranging from newborns up to adults weighing over 200 lb (90 kg) to safety despite hazardous conditions and low visibility.
Advancing water-filled hose lines up to 2 ½ inch (65 mm) in diameter from fire apparatus to occupancy [approximately 150 feet (50 m)], which can involve negotiating multiple flights of stairs, ladders, and other obstacles.
Climbing ladders, operating from heights, walking or crawling in the dark along narrow and uneven surfaces, and operating in proximity to electrical power lines and/or other hazards.
Unpredictable emergency requirements for prolonged periods of extreme physical exertion without benefit of warm-up, scheduled rest periods, meals, access to medication(s), or hydration.
Operating fire apparatus or other vehicles in an emergency mode with emergency lights and sirens.
Critical, time-sensitive, complex problem solving during physical exertion in stressful, hazardous environments, including hot, dark, tightly enclosed spaces, that is further aggravated by fatigue, flashing lights, sirens, and other distractions.
Ability to communicate (give and comprehend verbal orders) while wearing personal protective ensembles and SCBA under conditions of high background noise, poor visibility, and drenching from hose lines and/or fixed protections systems (sprinklers).
Functioning as an integral component of a team, where sudden incapacitation of a member can result in mission failure or in risk of injury or death to civilians or other team members.
Perform all other position related duties as assigned or requested.
Position is represented by a Union Collective Bargaining Agreement (CBA).
Work Environment, Physical Demands, and Mental Demands:
Basic physical requirements include walking, bending, stooping, stretching, climbing, running, and lifting up to 100 pounds. This position will be exposed to products of fire to include heat, smoke, toxic fumes, gasses. Possess communication skills including maintaining ability to provide life-saving information under high stress, emergency conditions. Exposure will also include extreme environmental elements such as heat, cold, rain, snow, wind, and sun etc. Basic physical requirements include walking, bending, stooping, stretching, climbing, running, crawling, dragging, carrying, and lifting up to 100 pounds. Must be able to perform job tasks at any place on the Aerial Ladder from minimal extension to full extension. Must be able to perform assigned duties while wearing a self-contained-breathing-apparatus (SCBA), with minimal loss of effectiveness and efficiency. Must be able to navigate tight turns, stairs, and enclosed spaces while wearing firefighting personal protective equipment to include SCBA.
At times, work will be done in a station or an office environment maintaining vehicles, equipment and firefighting apparatus.
High School Diploma or Equivalent
Required to have a minimum of four years experience in crash and structural firefighting.
Must possess and hold certifications for the following Department of Defense (DoD) International Fire Service Accreditation Congress (IFSAC) training:
Hazardous Materials Operations.
Conditions of employment at one year:
Hazardous Materials Tech
Must Have current National Registry Emergency Medical Tech (EMT) or Higher. (Will accept State of Nevada)
Must meet NFPA medical requirements and also be able to pass medical examinations annually and physical fitness and agility tests semi-annually.
Must meet eligibility requirements to obtain and maintain the required government Top security clearance and access to work locations.
Must be able to work in a remote location with limited medical personnel and facilities.
Must be able to spend up to 6 nights away from home.
Must be able to work on weekends and holidays.
Must have a valid NV driver’s license with Endorsement F, If member lives in other state, must have equivalent or higher level driver’s license. (CDL)
U.S. Citizenship is required
Other training requirements apply.
Active TS preferred
Local candidates preferred.
What We Offer
AECOM is a place where you can put your innovative thinking and business skills into high gear and work alongside other highly intelligent and motivated people. It's a place where you can apply your skills to some of the world's most challenging, interesting, and meaningful projects worldwide. It's a place that values the diversity of our areas of practice and our people. It's what makes AECOM a great place to work and grow.
AECOM is an equal opportunity employer and Minorities, Females, Veterans, and Disabled persons are encouraged to apply. For further information, please click here to view the EEO Is The Law poster.
NOTICE TO THIRD PARTY AGENCIES:
Please note that AECOM does not accept unsolicited resumes from recruiters or employment agencies. In the absence of a signed Recruitment Fee Agreement, AECOM will not consider or agree to payment of any referral compensation or recruiter fee. In the event a recruiter or agency submits a resume or candidate without a previously signed agreement, AECOM explicitly reserves the right to pursue and hire those candidate(s) without any financial obligation to the recruiter or agency. Any unsolicited resumes, including those submitted to hiring managers, are deemed to be the property of AECOM.
Job CategoryMilitary Support
Business GroupManagement Services Group (MS)
CountryUnited States of America
Qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, sexual orientation, gender identity, disability or protected veteran status.
Fire Fighter I (Recruit)
This position will act as a non-certified firefighter and performs basic firefighting and life rescue duties, maintains fire equipment, vehicles and fire station in addition participates in training and certification programs.
The incumbent(s) will act in this Firefighter I position temporarily as they go through training and recruit school. After finishing recruit school an individual can operate as a Firefighter II. Once the necessary training and certification standards are met through EMT school the incumbent may become either a Firefighter/EMT or Firefighter/Paramedic.
Examples of Duties
Responds to fire alarms and other life-threatening situations; performs basic fire fighting duties by operating fire apparatus and equipment; performs basic life rescue duties including first aid and CPR; maintains the fire station on assigned shift that includes basic maintenance duties as well as completing a checklist; prepares and completes required reports including an activity and station log and incident report; participates in training and certification classes to obtain required certification status; performs related work as required.
Graduation from High School or GED equivalent.
Must be a minimum of 18 years of age and have a valid Georgia Driver's license.
Must meet State Minimum Standards requirements for entry to the Certification Program which include:
Passing a physical exam
Passing written and oral examinations
Passing HCFD Physical Fitness program
Knowledge, Skill, Abilities/ Supplemental Information
Knowledge of basic fire fighting procedures and practices of Henry County Fire Department; knowledge of mechanical principles and operations of fire rescue equipment and vehicles; knowledge of first aid and cardiopulmonary resuscitation; knowledge of the geography of Henry County and the road system; skill in driving, emergency and otherwise; skill in administering first aid and CPR; skill in performing general mechanical maintenance; skill in oral and written communication; skill and dexterity in operating fire vehicles, apparatus, and life rescue equipment including ladders, hoses, pumps and other assigned equipment.
It is the policy of Henry County that there will be equal opportunity for every citizen, employee and applicant, based upon merit without regard to race, color, religion, national origin, gender, age, genetics or disability.
Industrial Fire Fighter - Burns Harbor, IN
Allied Universal provides unparalleled service, systems and solutions to the people and business of our communities, and is North America's leading security services provider. Allied Universal, North America's leading security services provider, is experiencing tremendous growth. For all full-time positions, we offer medical, dental, vision, flex spending, 401K, an anniversary bonus, and an on-the-spot recognition program. We promote from within our company! You can start with little, to no, security experience and become one of Allied Universal's many success stories.
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Allied Universal is currently looking for Emergency Response Officers (ERO). Three Emergency Response Officers per turn will be supplied by the Contractor on a 24/7 basis (504 hours weekly) to provide fire and security at ArcelorMittal USA Inc. (Indiana Harbor East) and ArcelorMittal Indiana Harbor Inc. (Indiana Harbor West).
ERO responsibilities will include duties associated with the plant security and access control program consisting of personnel pass clearance and issuance; mobile and foot patrol; access control of employee and non-employee personnel and vehicles entering and exiting the plant; control of material being brought onto and removed from the property; enforcement of the Plant Employee and Non-Employee Rules and regulations; enforcement of the Plant Traffic Safety Program, enforcement of the Homeland Security Facility Security Plan; investigation of vehicle accidents, property thefts, loss related incidents and other abnormal or unusual conditions, completion of all accident and security related reports and logs and any other reasonable related security tasks.
Additional responsibilities of the Emergency Response Officer position will include, but not limited to, the following:
EROs will be responsible for the response to all hazardous material incidents as well as rescue situations involving but not limited to confined space incidents, aerial or high angle incidents, water related incidents, vehicle entrapment, and equipment entrapment.
EROs will be responsible for the response to all fire prevention and suppression activities of whatever kind or nature relating to structures, buildings, and other assets located on the plant property.
EROs will be expected to acquire a working knowledge of the fire detection, suppression, and transmission systems on the plant property including system operation, system deactivation, system support activities, and system restoration.
EROs will be responsible for the completion of various fire maintenance duties. These duties will include but not be limited to:
the pickup, refilling, servicing, delivery and required testing of plant fire extinguishers;low pressure hydrostatic testing;
inspection and recharging of C02 cartridges used in Ansul fire extinguish
fire alarm system testing;
fire department connection inspections;
Hose reel inspections and any other reasonable fire maintenance related tasks.
EROs will be responsible for completing all fire, fire maintenance and fire system related reports associated with their work duties.
Qualified applicants for the Emergency Response Officers (ERO) position will meet the minimum requirements, as described below:
High school diploma or equivalent required. Some college education or business classes preferred.
Qualified applicants must be 21 years of age or older and have a valid driver's license for the state in which applying. All applicants must be eligible to meet our company driving standards.
Must have current certification as Firefighter II (State of Indiana),
Must be certification at the HazMat Operations Level and qualified in confined space and high angle rescue operations.
If not already certified in some aspect of emergency medical care, ERO's will be expected to take such training to at least the level of a First Responder.
Must have a clean criminal record.
Ability to successfully pass a drug screen/background check.
Prior military, law enforcement or experienced ERO personnel preferred.
Individual must be able to pass a State level fit test.
Allied Universal provides unparalleled service, systems and solutions to the people and business of our communities, and is North America's leading security services provider. With over 140,000 employees, Allied Universal delivers high-quality, tailored solutions, which allows clients to focus on their core business. For more information: 866.825.5433 or www.AUS.com.
We proudly support the Veteran Jobs Mission, a group of over 200 companies that have committed to collectively hiring a total of one million military veterans.
EOE/Minorities/Females/Vet/Disability Allied Universal Services is an Equal Opportunity Employer committed to hiring a diverse workforce.
Boeing Fire Department places strong emphasis on Fire Prevention and risk avoidance. A background and/or willingness to learn the identification and application of fire code is required. Responds to and completes service requests as outlined in company procedures or desktop procedures. Inspects various routine, emergency and fixed fire protection equipment, systems and apparatus to ensure operational readiness and to comply with applicable codes, standards and company procedures and completes appropriate documentation. Responds to emergency calls for assistance to mitigate hazardous situations by operating specialized tools, equipment and apparatus. Determines the appropriate course of action within the scope of qualifications. Completes appropriate documentation. Conducts training for external customers in emergency preparedness and safety skills to meet regulatory requirements and satisfy customer requests. Completes appropriate documentation. Monitors systems and receives requests for fire department services. Completes building inspections; hot work control; fire protection systems configuration control; responding to and controlling all emergencies, including those involving ARFF, structures, equipment and vehicle fires, medical, hazardous material, and confined space rescue. The ability to interface with government agencies; local, state and federal Fire Department; security and fire protection management; other company management and customer; vendors and suppliers.
This position requires you work a 24 hour alternate shift. (You will work one 24 hour shift then off for 48 hours).
Boeing is the world's largest aerospace company and leading manufacturer of commercial airplanes and defense, space and security systems. We are engineers and technicians. Skilled scientists and thinkers. Bold innovators and dreamers. Join us, and you can build something better for yourself, for our customers and for the world.
OFFICE OF INT GOVERNCE
Relocation Assistance Available
No. Relocation assistance is not a negotiable benefit.
This is an hourly position represented by the International Association of Firefighters, Local I-17.
This position requires an active (or ability to obtain) U.S. Security Clearance, for which the US Government requires US Citizenship.
Basic Qualifications (Required);
Firefighter II (must be IFSAC (International Fire Service Accreditation Congress), ProBoard or DoD certification).
3 years full time or 5 years part time or volunteer Firefighter experience.
State or Nationally Registered Emergency Medical Technician (EMT) license.
Valid Drivers License is required.
High school graduate or GED preferred.
Preferred skills and experience:
Associates degree in Fire Science,
Confined space rescue training
Hazardous Material Technician or Fire Inspector I or II.
A minimum of 3 to 5 years of firefighting experience with Aircraft Rescue Fire Fighting (ARFF) Certification.
Contingent Upon Program Award
Assistant Director / Instructor Of Fire And Rescue Services
General Job Description
The Assistant Director / Instructor of Fire and Rescue Services will report to the Director of Public Safety Programs, and is responsible for organizing, implementing, and administering the Fire and Rescue Services program. Primary duties and responsibilities include the development, delivery, and administration of the College's Fire and Rescue Services course offerings in Randolph County. Other duties include designing a comprehensive marketing plan for program promotion, maintaining a budget, providing documentation of program success, hiring and supervision of adjunct faculty, conducting class visits, developing course materials, and working closely with community partners and organizations.
Teach courses as assigned each semester
Assists in the recruitment and retention efforts for Fire and Rescue classes and Continuing Education classes including outreach within the community and industrial locations
Implements a student retention plan
Prepares a master schedule of course offerings each semester
Provides academic advising for prospective and current students
Provides effective and relevant instruction by teaching classes as required
Recruits, interviews, hires, and orients appropriately credentialed faculty
Submits all hiring documents and verification of credentials within required timeframe
Assigns teaching schedules for faculty within workload policy guidelines
Evaluates classes by classroom observations and assists as needed with instructional delivery and classroom management
Evaluate success rates of programs and instructors.
Provides ongoing professional development opportunities
Facilitates the communication of departmental and college information
Facilitates the selection and ordering of textbooks
Ensures Fire and Rescue programs are in full compliance with the requirements for accreditation, certification, and other standards as stipulated by NCCCS
Establishes and maintains an effective advisory committee in support of Fire and Rescue Services
Develops and maintain productive relationships and work with personnel of local fire/rescue departments, N.C. Fire Commission, and other similar agencies in developing and providing training programs to meet identified needs and interests within the parameter defined by SACS and NC Community Colleges.
Conduct and assure compliance with the college's visitation policy for on and off campus programs.
Promote and market Fire and Rescue Services and related community services programs to the appropriate audience.
Work cooperatively with Director of Distance Education to develop classes for on-line delivery.
Develop and administer budgets for Fire and Rescue
Recommends departmental needs for personnel, equipment, supplies, facilities, and other resources during the annual planning process to Public Safety Programs through the Good to Great and budget processes
Works with Registrar for Workforce Development & Continuing Education to meet record needs for program audits, including records for the Office of State Fire Marshall
Ensures the confidentiality of educational records in compliance with the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act
Required and Preferred Qualifications
Associate in Applied Science degree in Fire Protection or related degree
Five years' active experience in Fire Service
NC Qualified Firefighter I & II
Bachelor's degree in Public Service or related field of study.
Live Fire (Burn) Qualified Instructor
NC Qualified Firefighter Instructor
One year of demonstrated leadership skills
College Requirements of all Employees
Demonstrated excellence in written, oral, and interpersonal communication skills.
Demonstrated commitment to diversity, equal opportunity, and the academic, intellectual, and social development of all students and employees.
An understanding of and commitment to the comprehensive community college philosophy and mission.
Treats others respectfully, speaks to others courteously, and behaves in such a way that creates a workplace environment that is marked by trustworthiness, honest but polite communication, and interpersonal interactions that are both personally cordial and professionally appropriate.
Acts as a team player when working with any and all employees of the College.
Serves on institutional committees as appointed by the President.
Performs other duties and responsibilities as needed.
Annually review all Randolph Community College safety rules and policies and be familiar with all emergency safety procedures. Promote good safety habits and be compliant with OSHA safety regulations.
Fire Fighter II (Part-Time)
Title: Fire Fighter II (Part-Time)Department:
FireReports To: Fire CaptainStatus: Part-Time, Non-Exempt (Hourly)Wage: $13.00 - $18.85 per hourClose
Date: June 19, 2018
Position Summary:This is a Part-Time hourly position performing duties as assigned and responding to emergency medical and fire incidents as part of the Syracuse Fire Department Emergency Services Program. This position also includes but is not limited to: * Assisting in educating and training the public in fire and medical programs designed for community awareness. * Attending training to achieve and maintain all necessary certifications and skills to accomplish assigned duties. * Working closely with other firefighting personnel to accomplish common goals and objectives outlined by the Fire Department.Required Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities: * Knowledge of: EMS and resuscitation techniques and their application; technical and administrative principles and practices, methods and techniques of fire suppression, prevention programs and emergency medical services; Operation, maintenance and uses of modern firefighting equipment; Local and national Building Fire Codes and the City's demographics. * Skilled in: Operation of the applicable tools and equipment; Working under stress and using good judgment in emergency situations. * Ability to: Present various options and approaches to problem identification and resolution; communicate effectively both orally and in writing; analyze situations and adopt a reasonable course of action; Work irregular shift hours.Physical Demands:The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions of this position.While performing the duties of this job the employee is frequently required to sit, talk, hear, and reach with hands and arms. The employee is occasionally required to climb, balance, stoop, kneel, crouch, and smell. Employee will also occasionally be required to perform a variety of physically demanding maneuvers and activities while involved in firefighting and rescue operations, including running, walking, stooping, bending, rolling, crawling, climbing, jumping, lifting, carrying, dragging, and safely operating assigned equipment and vehicles. Employee must successfully pass a medical exam and a METs test after job offer. The employee must frequently lift and/or move up to 25 pounds and occasionally lift and/or move up to 200 pounds. Specific vision abilities required by this job include close vision, distance vision, peripheral vision, depth perception, and the ability to adjust focus.Work Environment:The noise level is usually quiet in office settings and loud at emergency scenes. Work is performed primarily in office, vehicles and outdoor settings. Work is often performed in emergency and stressful situations. Individual is exposed to hazards associated with fighting fires and rendering emergency medical assistance including, but not limited to smoke, noxious odors, fumes, chemicals, liquid chemicals, solvents and oils.Work can be under a variety of unfavorable conditions including harsh weather, poor or no lighting, extremes in temperatures, all types of weather conditions, electrical hazards and exposure to communicable diseases and blood-borne pathogens in body fluids.
Fire Rescue Maintenance Coordinator
The purpose of this classification is to coordinate maintenance and repair activities for Fire Department buildings and facilities.
The following duties are normal for this position. The omission of specific statements of the duties does not exclude them from the classification if the work is similar, related, or a logical assignment for this classification. Other duties may be required and assigned.
Coordinates daily maintenance activities for the Fire Department; organizes, prioritizes, and assigns work; assists with determining whether repairs will be performed in house or by contracted services; monitors status of work in progress and inspects completed work to ensure that repairs are completed properly and in accordance with departmental procedures and quality standards; and monitors work performed by outside vendors.
Examines facilities and equipment; conducts routine inspections; determines necessary repair or maintenance work; and determines parts/supplies necessary to conduct repairs.
Coordinates various general labor/repair functions such as carpentry, electrical, mechanical, plumbing, construction/remodeling work, and routine/preventive maintenance tasks; coordinates work performed by outside vendors; receives, reviews and processes related invoices; and troubleshoots problems and makes recommendations.
Coordinates new construction and other special projects; attends planning and progress meetings; works with consultants, contractors, and work crews; assists with field decisions; monitoring adherence to project schedules, cost, specifications and quality of construction work and materials; and maintains related documentation.
Coordinates procurement and service contracts; researches products, equipment and services; preparing cost estimates; writes bid specifications, requests for proposal (RFPs) and invitations to bid (ITBs); and makes recommendations regarding selection.
Makes recommendations regarding department budget; monitors expenditures against approved budget; and maintains related documentation.
Monitors work environment to ensure safety of employees and other individuals; ensures that compliance with safety procedures and utilizes safety equipment; and initiates any actions necessary to correct deviations or violations.
Associate's degree in Facilities Maintenance, one or more building trades, or a related field required; five years of experience in construction or project management; or any equivalent combination of education, training, and experience which provides the requisite knowledge, skills, and abilities for this job.
Specific License or Certification Required: Must possess and maintain a valid Georgia driver's license.
Year Round Application Pool - Fire And Rescue Instructor
Continuing Education - applicant pool for future positions.
Sandhills Community College's Division of Continuing Education seeks applications for part-time Public Safety Instructors for Fire & Rescue classes. The successful candidate's duties will involve providing instruction in accordance with certifying agencys standards and Sandhills Community Colleges requirements. Instructional duties include registering students for class, preparing and providing class instruction in accordance to lesson outlines and agency standards, maintaining attendance rosters, and completing the requisite paperwork.
Applicant should be qualified instructor based on NCDOI/OSFM standards. Teaching experience required.
Department Director reviews applicant files monthly for future teaching assignments.
Sandhills Community College is convinced that being around people who are different makes us more creative, more diligent, and harder working. We are committed to a campus that supports diversity in both learning and working environments, and in our outreach to our community. We are also committed to working with Veterans of our armed forces to honor their commitment to our country and learn from their experiences.
Air Rescue Fire Fighter Supervisor
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Job ID: 10105
Agency: Department of the Military
Salary: $18.09 - $20.68 per hour; depending on experience
Pay Grade: GI
For more information on the Department of the Military, please visit http://military.sd.gov/default.html.
This position directs, manages, and supervises fire department operations, personnel, and related resources and plans, organizes, and directs associate fire department activities to ensure appropriate fire and medical services are provided to the South Dakota Air Guard Base and the Sioux Falls Airport Authority.
In accordance with State of South Dakota Class Specification, Class Title: Air Rescue Fire Fighter Supervisor, Class Code: 60635. Applicants are required to provide a typed resume with application form.
Licenses and Certifications:
Applicants must possess a State of South Dakota or national EMT certification or be able to obtain EMT certification within twenty four (24) months of employment. Applicant must be enrolled in an EMT-B course within twelve (12) months of employment. Failure to obtain an EMT-B certification within 24 months of employment shall result in disciplinary action and/or termination due to failure to obtain necessary certifications. The following Department of Defense (DoD) mandatory certifications as referenced in DoDi 6055.06-M must be completed within 18 months of hire date: Fire Officer III, Fire Instructor II, Fire Inspector II, Incident Safety Officer, Airport Fire Fighter, and HAZMAT Incident Commander. Failure to obtain these certifications within 18 months of employment shall result in disciplinary action and/or termination due to failure to obtain necessary certifications.
No applicant may be appointed to one of these positions unless the following requirements are met (in accordance with standards established by the Air Force Regulations Handbook):
Normal color perception.
Possession of at least 20/100 uncorrected vision in each eye, corrected to 20/20 in one eye and 20/30 in the other eye.
No medical history of pyrophobia, acrophobia, or claustrophobia.
Eligible for a secret security clearance.
Successfully pass physical testing and a medical examination in accordance with NFPA 1582 as amended by Air Force Technical Implementation Guide 1582-13 dated July 2014.
Works 24 hour shifts (56 hour average workweek).
Successful applicant(s) will be required to undergo a background investigation. An arrest/conviction record will not necessarily bar employment. Offers of employment are conditional upon successful completion of a drug screening.
The Ideal Candidate Will Have:
- the Air National Guard's fire protection mission and organization;
- communications security;
- industrial safety objectives;
- fire protection publications and Air Force fire protection regulations;
- fire behavior science;
- rescuing personnel in emergency situations;
- F-16 weapons, munitions, explosives, shut down, and egress procedures;
- chemical fire fighting tactics at DOD operational level and HazMat Incident Command level;
- alarm and communications systems operation procedures;
- principles of structure and aircraft fire fighting techniques;
- aircraft arresting systems;
- air base and airport authority building construction and designs;
- crash and fire rescue procedures for aircraft and buildings;
- emergency power unit (EPU) operations and dangers associated with the F-16 and other aircraft;
- aircraft and building exits;
- emergency medical services;
- how to operate related fire equipment and vehicles.
- deal tactfully with others and maintain a positive and professional demeanor;
- maintain required certifications in emergency medical services, vehicle and equipment operation, and fire tactics;
- use a computer and operate alarm room and communications center;
- react effectively in emergency situations;
- work in confined or cramped areas;
- follow hand signals and verbal directions;
- operate a self contained breathing apparatus (SCBA);
- operate fire suppression equipment and vehicles as needed;
- lift and carry personnel from aircraft;
- identify and react to emergency situations;
- promote team work;
- maintain positive and open communications;
- follow and implement fire department Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs).
To be considered, attach your typed resume to your application.
VETERANS' PREFERENCE ELIGIBLE
The State of South Dakota offers paid employee health insurance plus ten paid holidays, generous vacation leave accrual, and medical, dental, vision, and other benefits. For more information visit http://bhr.sd.gov/workforus/workbenefits.aspx
Apply at: http://tinyurl.com/y79g4wvw
South Dakota Bureau of Human Resources
500 East Capitol
Pierre, SD 57501-5070
Telephone: 605.773.3148 Fax: 605.773.4344
"An Equal Opportunity Employer"
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