Fire Marshal Job Description Sample
Summary: Develops, implements, directs and supervises a comprehensive fire prevention, fire investigation and public relations program that serves, protects, and informs the citizens of Odessa. Responsible for the investigations of all property loss and/or life loss fires. Conducts fire safety inspections as necessary on commercial occupancies and public occupancies to prevent loss of life and property by fire. Works closely with other city departments during pre-development of property.
Scope of Responsibility: Supervises the Assistant Fire Marshal and Fire Inspectors and all division activities. Assists other division chiefs in matters of budget, policy, and personnel administration. Assists in preparation of division budget. Coordinates/complies with open records and environmental requests.
Directs the enforcement of local, state and federal laws, ordinances and regulations pertinent to fire safety, fire prevention, and fire investigation. Inspects major buildings to detect fire and life safety hazards and enforces applicable local, state and federal laws.
Reviews plans, blueprints, and fire prevention permit applications to assure that such new construction conforms with local, state and federal rules and regulations.
Reviews are conducted with regard to new occupancies, fire suppression systems, fire alarms, underground and above ground storage sytems and hazardous materials operations.
Prepares, directs and or reviews division reports and supervises recording and storage of such reports.
Serves as liaison between division and public to recommend methods of abatement of hazardous conditions and violations of local, state and federal laws.
Issues summons for fire safety violations not corrected and conducts subsequent inspections to enforce code when owners/managers refuse to cooperate.
Subject to off-duty call back for major incidents, fire department accidents, and Emergency Operations Center duties.
Prepares monthly, quarterly and annual reports concerning division activities as necessary.
Plans, directs and participates in the presentation of fire prevention and fire safety lectures and seminars to local and state civic groups, public and private schools, law enforcement agencies and fire departments.
May present state certification courses to local and area fire and/or law enforcement agencies.
Directs and or investigates all commercial fires, major fires, suspicious or arson fires, major explosions and fires that cause any injury or death.
Directs, prepares and or reviews all case reports represented for prosecution. Serves as liaison between division and lawyers and assists legal represenative in prosecution of arson or civil cases. Trains, supervises subordinates and assists Fire Chief in hiring and discipline subordinates.
Prepares, conducts and or supervises news releases and statements concerning fires and seasonal fire safety information.
Directs and supervises the purchase of materials for the division. Maintains records on division personnel in areas of training, sick leave, injury leave, vacations, comp time, and emergency leave.
Maintains film/video library on fire prevention and fire investigation.
Assists other division chiefs as necessary in regards to personnel administration, development of policy and preparation of written reports.
Prepares responses for open records and environmental survey requests and works with city PIO to track these requests.
Supports the departmental operations with regular and timely attendance.
Supports the relationship between the City of Odessa and the general public by demonstrating courteous and cooperative behavior when interacting with visitors and City staff; maintains confidentiality of work-related issues and City information; performs other duties as required or assigned.
Education: Minimum of High School Diploma or GED Certification is required, an Associate's Degree in Fire Science, Law Enforcement or closely related field preferred.
Experience: Minimum of ten (10) years service in a comparable fire preventoion, fire suppression or law enforcement office.
Certification: Must possess a valid Texas "C" Driver's License with a good driving record. Must have an Intermediate Fire Inspector Certification, a Texas Peace Office Certification and an Intermediate Fire Investigator Certification.
OR- currently serving at the rank of Assistant Fire Marshal at Odessa Fire & Rescue or a comparable sized department.
- Master Arson Investigator and Master Fire Inspector is preferred and required after appointment within a reasonable time. This is dependent on current certification.
Knowledge, Skills & Abilities:
This position requires extensive knowledge of modern principles and technique of fire prevention, types of hazards and methods of eliminating hazards.
Thorough knowledge of characteristics of flammables, explosives, chemicals and similar hazardous materials.
Thorough knowledge of fire investigations and inspection methods, procedures and techniques.
Thorough knowledge of applicable International Fire Codes and NFPA standards.
Knowledge of principles and practices of supervision, training and personnel management.
Knowledge of department policies and procedures, budgeting procedures and techniques.
Administrative principles, methods, practices and techniques.
Oral and written communication skills.
Close date 8/17/18
Responsible for the development and implementation of all fire and life safety programs in accordance with NYS fire & Building Code, NFPA standards and OSHA safety and health regulations throughout the Institution. Act as Code Coordinator as per Title 19 NYCRR Part 1204.
Follow up on complaints related to fire safety & life safety and make appropriate recommendations and advise departments of same. Conduct training in personal safety, fire safety, evacuation, extinguishment, Hospital fire procedure. Conduct building inspections for compliance with life safety and fire codes, investigate and respond to chemical spills, noxious odors, fire alarms and drills, alarm tests and maintain records thereof.
Facilitate and supervise maintenance of fire protection systems & equipment. Coordinate annual inspections from Office of Fire Prevention & Control, Dormitory Authority and insurance companies. Facilitate corrective actions and prepare reports.
Issue Burning and Breach permits. Other duties as assigned.
Associate's degree and 3 years full-time experience in Fire Science, or Bachelor's in Fire Protection/Health & Safety or related field plus 1 year fire safety experience. Candidate must have NYS Codes Enforcement Certificate, or be eligible to attain certification within the first year of employment, and have knowledge, training and experience in NFPA Codes and Standards, Life Safety Code, fire alarm and fire protection systems, fire service administration, code enforcement, and emergency response.
Mon-Fri, 7:30a-4:00p, On call and overtime based on departmental needs
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Deputy Fire Marshal
New Hanover County is seeking an experienced Deputy Fire Marshal. Performs responsible work inspecting buildings and fire equipment to ensure fire code compliance and investigates causes of fires during scheduled hours and assigned on-call rotation hours. Responsible for conducting reviews of new subdivisions, sitting on the Technical Review Committee to ensure compliance and performing Fire and Life Safety education. Duties include testing suppression and alarm systems; reviewing and approving plans for buildings under construction; issuing citations and permits; determining and reporting on the causes of fires; researching laws and ordinances related to construction and fire prevention and representing the County in court; providing fire education to the public; addressing public inquiries; and responding to emergencies as needed.
New Hanover County Fire Rescue is comprised of a team of dedicated emergency response professionals who work to protect and educate citizens from the threats of fire and other emergencies. Our employees stay committed to the County's model of good governance working 24 hours a day in eight (8) fire/rescue stations, protecting 328 square miles of the County. The department partners with Cape Fear Community College to sponsor internship students in the First Responder Academy and also offers a first class volunteer firefighter program. These programs provide opportunities for those wishing to volunteer their time or start their own career in the fire industry. Ideal candidates for this department combine the department's values of honor, dedication, compassion, service and excellence with the County's overarching shared values and vision of a vibrant, prosperous and diverse coastal community committed to building a sustainable future for generations to come.
New Hanover County strives to hire the best and the brightest employees who are committed to public service. Our employees enjoy an innovative, energetic and employee-focused work environment with top down support that embraces bottom up ideas and engagement. Our talented team of professionals have a passion for providing care and services that effect change on the everyday lives of the citizens they encounter. Our shared values of professionalism, innovation, integrity, stewardship and accountability guide the way we conduct ourselves and deliver services to our customers. If this sounds like an organization that models the values you uphold, we invite you to come and be a part of the exciting, healthy and progressive team at New Hanover County.
High School Diploma or General Equivalent Diploma (GED); two (2) years of specialized training in Fire Science and one (1) year of building construction or related fire experience. Knowledge of state and local fire codes, national construction and fire standards, operation of fire sprinkler and alarm systems, and emergency medical techniques is preferred.
Required at time of application:
- NC Driver's License class B within 30 days
- IFSAC or ProBoard accredited certification as Firefighter (NFPA 1001) or IFSAC or ProBoard accredited certification as Firefighter II (prior edition standard NFPA 1001)
- NC Fire Inspector Probationary Level I
Within 90 days of employment:
- IFSAC or ProBoard accredited certification as Emergency Vehicle Driver
Within one year of employment:
- NC Fire Inspector Standard Level I Certification
- NC Emergency Medical Responder or greater equivalent such as NC or National Registry EMT Certification (if National Registry, NC EMT certification must be obtained within 1 year)
- Certification as NC Fire Investigator Technician or completion of NFA R.206 class (if not certified as an NC Certified Fire Investigator)
Within two years of employment:
- NC Fire Inspector Standard Level II Certification,
- NC Fire/Life Safety Educator I certifications
Within five years of employment:
- NC Fire Inspector Standard Level III Certification
- NC Certified Fire Investigator (CFI)
Hours: 7:30AM-4PM weekdays; must be available for on-call emergencies and during emergency situations.
Employees of New Hanover Fire Rescue shall reside within ninety minutes driving time from the county, within one year of their appointment unless otherwise authorized by the chief of the department.
Candidates are expected to thoroughly complete each section of this application, including documentation of education and relevant experience necessary to determine qualifications. Incomplete information, partially complete information may result in disqualification from the selection process.
Submitted applications must include a Fire/EMS certification transcript in the attachments section of this application in order to be considered. Applications without a transcript will not be considered.
It is strongly preferred for candidates to attach a resume and cover letter.
This position requires pre-employment skills testing as part of the hiring process. Selected applicants are required to complete the assessment to be considered for this position. After the closing date for this position applications will be screened by Human Resources. Candidates selected for the first step in the assessment process will receive notification via email. Candidates are expected to check the email address listed on their application for important, time-sensitive information regarding the testing process.
Referred applicants will receive an important Candidate Assessment Information Packet from the department via e-mail. This communication will contain details of each assessment in the process which will include:
Ergometrics FireTeam Video Based Test
Scenario based inspections assessment
Physical agility assessment(s)
(7247__01) Deputy Fire Marshal
The Deputy Fire Marshal conducts state mandated periodic fire
inspections as required by the North Carolina Fire Code and performs plan review and field inspections for new construction projects. The position responds to emergency scenes and provides technical support for fire origin and cause investigations and any other emergency support. The position assists with emergency services training as needed. This position will report directly to the Deputy Director
Inspects buildings with electrical, plumbing, mechanical, heating, ventilation, and/or fire protection installations during construction and examines completed installations for compliance with applicable codes, standards and ordinances.
Conducts periodic fire prevention inspections in existing facilities and schools.
Examines plans and specifications to ensure conformance with applicable codes and makes recommendations.
Inspects day cares, family care homes, elderly care homes and ABC licensed facilities for compliance.
Issues fire protection permits required by State fire prevention code and local ordinances.
Receives and investigates complaints received from the public.
Responds to fire scenes to conduct fire investigations throughout the County for determining the origin and cause of fires.
Contacts and confers with law enforcement and forensic agencies on legal aspects, scene documentation, and case dispositions and makes decisions affecting the outcome of legal proceedings.
Documents fire scenes thoroughly by means of mapping, sketching and photography, clarifies conditions and locations of fire scene elements prior, during, and after fire occurrences, in compliance with the National Fire Protection Association, US Alcohol, Tobacco, and Firearms, and State Bureau of Investigations standards.
Interacts with State and federal investigative agencies to make determinations of origin and cause on larger scale or death related incidents.
Testifies in court to conclusions of origin and cause of fires.
Responds as needed to all significant emergency incidents within Wake County, including municipal jurisdictions, 24 hours a day.
Prepares and maintains all records and produces reports on all assigned programs.
Provides support in planning, organizing, and managing daily shift operations for efficiency and effectiveness.
Conducts public educational fire prevention programs, lectures, and demonstrations upon request.
Provides media with public service announcements on various topics.
Assists fire departments with displays and programs to include Fire Prevention Week activities. Knowledge, Skills, Abilities & Competencies • Ability to easily develop and maintain ongoing and collaborative working relationships with businesses, contractors/design professionals and various public safety agencies, as well as, internal service agencies.
High level of problem solving and analytical skills as well as time management skills.
Ability to develop and maintain strong relationships with clients or customers by listening, understanding and responding to identified needs.
Ability to convey information clearly and concisely to individuals or groups either verbally or in writing. Ability to explore alternatives and positions to reach outcomes that gain the support and acceptance of all parties.
Ability to follow instructions through a standard work process. Ability to perform routine tasks and check work for accuracy before completion of tasks.
Ability to use effective approaches for choosing a course of action or developing appropriate solutions and/or reaching conclusions.
Ability to compile, assimilate, organize, and store printed and electronic information. Ability to prepare reports as needed.
Ability to develop and maintain effective relationships with others in order to encourage and support communication and teamwork.
Ability to utilize office equipment and other relevant technology (software and systems) to meet business needs.
Ability to arrange and assign work to use resources efficiently. Ability to develop strategic plans, organizational structures, and systems to fulfill organizational goals.
Ability to demonstrate an understanding of appropriate internal business practices and procedures. Ability to maintain conditions that ensure a healthy and safe working environment.
Ability to understand internal/external customer technologies and problem resolution techniques. Ability to listen to symptom descriptions; to analyze problems; to respond effectively and to provide constructive feedback to the client on problem resolution.
Ability to ensure that projects within areas of responsibility are accomplished accurately, completely and in a timely manner.
Knowledge of regulations and standards as it relates to fire service delivery. (i.e., NFPA, OSHA, NCRRS, UL, NC General Statues, etc.)
Ability to maintain effectiveness when experiencing major changes in work tasks or the work environment.
Ability to create a work environment that encourages staff to practice respect, demonstrate open communication and promote accountability.
Ability to generate innovative solutions in work situations. Ability to try different and novel ways to deal with work problems and opportunities.
Ability to deal with others in difficult and complex situations to achieve resolution. Ability to use appropriate interpersonal skills and methods to reduce tension, resolve conflict and guide individuals or groups to accomplish work.
Ability to make decisions without regard to that personal prejudices, biases, and experiences.
Ability to handle disappointment and/or rejection while still working effectively.
Deal with high stress situations calmly and effectively. Home Department (51) Fire Services Auto requisition ID 4389BR Assignment Type (P) Regular Assignment Status Full Time Work Schedule Mon
3:45pm or 8:00am
4:45pm. Personnel in this position are also assigned to an on-call rotation for emergency incidents and may be required to work outside of normal hours to include, nights, weekends and holidays. Work Location (068) John H. Baker, Jr. Public Safety Center Salary Minimum 20.88 Salary Maximum 35.50 Minimum Requirements Associate's degree in Fire Prevention, Fire Science or related field; two years of experience in code enforcement; and two years of fire service experience. North Carolina Fire Inspector Level III Standard Certification - (Candidates will be considered for employment with a NC Fire Inspector Level I Standard or the ability to pre-qualify for a Level II Certificate (standard or probationary) through the NC Code Qualifications Board, but must obtain a North Carolina Fire Inspector Level III Standard Certificate on an timeline as defined during the hiring process.) NC FIT or IAAI FIT Certification or the ability to obtain within two years of employment. Hazardous Materials Operations Certification Level I required. A valid driver's license and a "safe" driving record required.
NOTE: Applicants must list each of the above certifications on their application for consideration of employment. Preferred Experience, Skills and Training (beyond the minimum requirements defined by the class) * One plus years of experience in Fire Investigations
North Carolina Fire/Arson Investigator
NIMS 700, 800, 100 & 200
Bloodborne Pathogens certification
North Carolina Firefighter Certification Background/EEOC Policy Position may require a background check that may include: criminal, credit, motor vehicle, education and sexual offender registry or others based on job requirements. Unless required by state law, a record of conviction will not automatically exclude you from consideration for employment. Wake County Government is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Open Until Filled Yes
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Deputy Fire Marshal I
Duties and Tasks
This position falls under the direction of the State Fire Marshal. The Deputy Fire Marshal or incumbent performs duties involving the development and maintenance of a statewide program for the prevention of fires and the enforcement of laws regulating the storage, sale, and use of combustibles and explosives; the education of citizens on the hazards of fire; the investigation of the origin and cause of fires; the determination of the adequacy of structures relative to fire hazards; and other duties as required by North Dakota Century Code chapter 18-01. The incumbent will be required to be on call, and the position requires frequent travel. A vehicle will be provided by the agency.
1.BA degree in Fire Science or a closely related field or a high school diploma or GED and 8 years of professional fire fighting work experience of progressively increasing responsibility, including participation in fire prevention and awareness programs, research and training in fire loss prevention in commercial, government, or private establishments, or involvement in one or more phases of fire investigation, or similar responsibilities which reflect work experience that will have developed knowledge, skills, and abilities needed to perform duties required for this position. Each year of college level course work leading to a degree in fire science or a closely related field may be substituted for up to two years of required work experience or any equivalent combination of education, training, and experience as described in this job announcement.
2.Proven ability to work together and get along with co-workers, supervisors, fire service, law enforcement, and other agencies.
3.Preference will be given to applicants with work experience in code enforcement, plan review, public education, or fire investigation.
4.Ability to use and understand a personal computer.
5.High degree of interpersonal and communication skills (both verbal and written) to conduct effective training, inspections, investigations, and fire prevention related duties.
6.Valid class D driver's license or the ability to travel from one location to another within the state on your own.
7.Demonstrated ability to communicate tactfully and with emphasis on customer service.
8.Excellent prioritization, time management, and organization skills.
9.Ability to maintain a high degree of confidentiality.
10. Display interpersonal skills in dealing with customers and co-workers, utilize appropriate telephone etiquette, demonstrate appropriate written and verbal communication skills, and demonstrate ability to perform standard office tasks and operate standard office equipment.
11. Successful completion of the interview process, reference checks, and standard background and criminal record checks to determine knowledge, skills, and abilities to perform deputy fire marshal tasks.
Applicants are screened based on qualifications, successful completion of the interview process and a background and criminal investigation. Applicants must be legally authorized to work in the United States. The Office of Attorney General does not provide sponsorships.
APPLICATIONS MUST BE SUBMITTED ONLINE TO BE CONSIDERED - www.nd.gov/omb/public/state-jobs
Application package must be received by 11:59 PM on the closing date listed on the opening.
Documents to be submitted:
Cover letter with a summary that clearly explains how the applicant's work experience is related to the summary of work and minimum/preferred qualifications
3 Professional References
College Transcripts (copies or unofficial versions are acceptable)
Applicants who are residents of ND and eligible to claim veteran's preference must attach Form DD214. Claims for disabled veteran's preference must include a current statement of disabled status from the Veteran's Affairs Office with the application for employment.
Anyone needing assistance or accommodations during any part of the application or interview process please contact Glenna, Office of Attorney General: E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org; phone: (701) 328-1256, fax: (701) 328-2226 or TTY: 1-800-366-6888.
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The State of North Dakota and this hiring agency do not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, genetics, religion, age or disability in employment or the provisions of services and complies with the provisions of the North Dakota Human Rights Act.
As an employer, the State of North Dakota prohibits smoking in all places of state employment in accordance with N.D.C.C. § 23-12-10.
Chrysler - Fire Marshal
Observes and reports activities and incidents at an assigned client site, providing for the security and safety of client property and personnel.
Makes periodic patrols to check for irregularities and to inspect protection devices and fire control equipment.
Preserves order and may act to enforce regulations and directives for the site pertaining to personnel, visitors, and premises.
Controls access to client site or facility through the admittance process
Patrols assigned site on foot or in vehicle; checks for unsafe conditions, hazards, unlocked doors, security violations, blocked entrances and exits, mechanical problems, and unauthorized persons.
Protects evidence or scene of incident in the event of accidents, emergencies, or security investigations.
Responds to incidents of fire, medical emergency, bomb threat, flooding, water discharge, elevator emergency, hazardous materials, inclement weather, and other incidents.
Prepares logs and reports as required
With or without reasonable accommodation, the physical and mental requirements of this job may include the following: seeing, hearing, speaking, and writing clearly. Occasional reaching with hands and arms, stooping, kneeling, crouching and crawling. Frequent sitting, standing and walking, which may be required for long periods of time, and may involve climbing stairs and walking up inclines and on uneven terrain. Additional physical requirements may include, frequent lifting and/or moving up to 10 pounds and occasional lifting and/or moving up to 25 pounds.
Must be able to meet and continue to meet any applicable state, county and municipal licensing requirements for Security Officers.
Deputy Fire Marshal
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Rare Opportunity with Excellent Exempt Benefits Package!
The San Bernardino County Fire Department, Office of the Fire Marshal, is recruiting for a Deputy Fire Marshal to manage and oversee the Hazardous Materials and Household Hazardous Waste (HHW) Divisions. Management responsibilities include formulating administrative policies to function under the direction of the Fire Marshal and governing bodies of contract jurisdictions, overseeing the Certified Unified Program Agency (CUPA) and HHW collection events, including related education activities, through subordinate supervisors. This position will provide relief oversight for the Community Safety Division in the absence of the assigned manager.
CONDITIONS OF EMPLOYMENT
Travel: Travel throughout the County is required. A valid California Class C driver license and proof of automobile liability insurance must be provided at time of hire and maintained throughout employment.
Background: A successful background check is required prior to assignment.
REHS Certification: Must possess State of California Department of Public Health (CDPH) Registered Environmental Health Specialist (REHS) certification within two years of hire.
Safety Position - PC832 Certification: Must possess PC832 within 12 months of hire. As a Safety position, the incumbent is subject to the CA Government Code 1031 requirements.
This is an Exempt (Safety) position. Individuals in the Exempt group are Unclassified, do not attain regular status, and serve at the pleasure of the appointing authority.
Preferred candidates will possess the following:
Option 1: Bachelor's degree (or higher) in Environmental Health, Fire Science, Public or Business Administration, Public Health, Hazardous Materials, Industrial Hygiene, a physical or biological science, or a closely related field; AND Two (2) years of experience as a manager or supervisor with primary responsibility for developing and coordinating programs/activities, implementing policies and procedures, and assisting with budget administration in a fire department or environmental health agency.
Option 2: Associate's degree or equivalent in the fields noted above; AND Three (3) years of experience as noted above.
Option 3: Thirty (30) semester (45 quarter) units of college coursework in the fields noted above; AND Five (5) years of experience as noted above.
In addition, the ideal candidate will have demonstrated the ability to develop innovative programs, possess superior leadership and interpersonal skills, and be able to create a positive, teamwork environment. Additionally, the ideal candidate will possess strong mentoring and succession planning skills.
Candidates with a bachelor's degree and a strong background in hazardous waste programs are preferred. Possession of CA REHS, PC832, CSFM Fire Marshal, and other CSFM courses and certifications are highly desired.
There will be a competitive evaluation of qualifications based on the information provided in the Application and/or Resume, as well as the information provided as a response to the Supplemental Questionnaire. You are encouraged to include detailed descriptions of your qualifying experience and skills, as only the most highly qualified applicants will be referred to the Department. Applications will be processed periodically, beginning June 25, 2018; this recruitment could close at any time, so interested applicants are encouraged to apply as soon as possible.
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Deputy Fire Marshal
Conducts fire and life safety inspections and implements and enforces applicable National Fire Protection Association Standards, State Fire Marshal mandates and University of Houston policies, orders and directives.
Conducts life safety inspections of interiors and exteriors of University facilities to detect fire hazards, efficiency of fire protection systems, and adequacy of fire escapes and exits.
Prepares detailed inspection reports; discusses unsafe conditions and corrective actions with responsible party.
Issues notices for uncorrected fire hazards from previous inspections and follows up to resolves compliance problems.
Conducts permit inspections and issues permits in compliance with fire safety regulations.
Performs periodic flow tests and inspections of campus fire hydrants.
Responds to complaints regarding fire hazards and code violations; researches fire code violations and provides direction and/or technical assistance for correction.
Coordinates fire drills and fire prevention programs to educate faculty, staff, and students.
Reviews fire protection plans and building plans for applicable code compliance, advises of required changes, and approves completed plans.
Conducts acceptance tests of fire alarms, sprinklers, and other fire protection systems and equipment; coordinates corrections with contractors.
Performs other job-related duties as assigned.
EEO/AA18 months and 3 years experience.
Requires specialized training in basic trades, principles, procedures, practice, routines or techniques in a specific area or trade which might normally be acquired through up to 18 months of education or training beyond the high school level. Vocational competence in the operation of mechanical or electronic equipment may be required.
Requires a minimum of three (3) years of directly job-related experience.
Assistant Fire Marshal
Assistant Fire Marshal
Job Number Full/Part Time Schedule Salary 201708280662 Full Time Other $75,400 - $130,150
The Deputy Fire Marshal provides professional level fire protection services to the Campus in two major categories: 1) design and construction of new and/or modified facilities, and 2) comprehensive fire prevention services for existing facilities. The program incorporates campus compliance of fire protection codes, related regulations, industry standards, and best practices. The Fire Prevention Program has campus-wide impact and extends to all UCR owned or occupied facilities, both contiguous and off-site locations. Under general direction of the Campus Fire Marshal, the Deputy Fire Marshal acts as a delegated authority for external regulatory agencies to approve/deny activities that may impact the campus core mission. The Deputy is a Designated Campus Fire Marshal and implements the UCOP/SFM MOU, and acts on behalf of the Campus Fire Marshal as needed.
Education Requirements Degree Requirement Bachelor's degree in related area and/or equivalent experience/training. Required
Licenses License Requirement Valid Drivers License Required
Certifications Certification Requirement Professional certification. Preferred Designated Campus Fire Marshal (DCFM) by State Fire Marshal Preferred State Fire Marshal Designation (SFM) as Campus Fire Marshal Preferred Office of the State Fire Marshal (OSFM) Plans Examiner Preferred Certification from National Fire Protection Associate (NFPA) or the International Building Code Council (ICC) Preferred
Conditions Condition Requirement Must be able to obtain Designated Campus Fire Marshal (DCFM) by State Fire Marshal within the first three (3) years of appointment begin date. Required
Experience Requirement Minimum of 8 years of related experience. Required
Special Condition Requirement Hired candidate must successfully pass a background check through the DOJ and FBI prior to appointment start date. Required
Advanced analytical and organizational skills to organize, prioritize and manage the successful completion of projects within budget and time constraints.
Advanced skill in mentoring or overseeing the work of other EH&S technical and professional staff.
Strong written, verbal and interpersonal communications skills, including advanced political acumen and skill to effectively communicate with diverse constituencies in a highly political environment.
Advanced skill to appropriately use technology and relevant scientific equipment as required.
Advanced or expert knowledge/understanding of broad range of EH&S fields and familiarity with all EH&S fields.
Advanced skill to effectively represent the organization to state and federal authorities, and community groups.
Advanced or expert knowledge and skill in applying and interpreting applicable local, state, and federal regulations and related standards, guidelines and, as appropriate, recommend organization policy.
In the Heart of Inland Southern California, UC Riverside is located on nearly 1,200 acres near Box Springs Mountain in Southern California; the park-like campus provides convenient access to the vibrant and growing Inland region. The campus is a living laboratory for the exploration of issues critical to growing communities'air, water, energy, transportation, politics, the arts, history and culture. UCR gives every student, faculty and staff member the resources to explore, engage, imagine and excel.
UC Riverside is recognized as one of the most ethnically diverse research universities in the country boasting several key rankings of which we are extremely proud.
Washington Monthly (August 2016) ranked UC Riverside 12th in the nation in its annual University and College Survey.
Education Trust placed UC Riverside 9th in the nation for closing the graduation gap between black and white students by 1.7 percentage points.
In QS World University Rankings 2016/2017, UC Riverside's Department of Philosophy is #1 in the world for the frequency with which published papers are cited by other philosophers.
U.S. News and World Report Survey (September 2016) ranked UC Riverside 118th overall; earns "Great Schools, Great Prices."
Shanghai Jiao Tong University (August 2016) Academic Ranking of World Universities ranked UC Riverside among the top 151 to 200 institutions. This survey bills itself as "the most trustworthy precursor of global rankings of the world's top 500 universities."
U.S. News and World Report's Best Graduate Schools (2016) including:
Graduate School of Education
- 62nd among ranked schools
- Bourns College of Engineering
- 71st among ranked schools
The University of California is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer with a strong institutional commitment to the achievement of excellence and diversity among its faculty and staff. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, age, disability, protected veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by law.
For information about our generous employee benefits package, visit: Employee Benefits Overview
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Municipal Court Marshal - Intermittent
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The Seattle Municipal Court (SMC) is one of the highest volume Courts of Limited Jurisdiction in the State of Washington with 12 judicial officers and over 200 staff. It was established in accordance with State law and is the judicial branch of government for the City. The Court is authorized by the State of Washington and the Seattle Municipal Code to hear and decide both criminal and civil matters. For more information on the Seattle Municipal Court, visit www.seattle.gov/courts.
SMC, recognized for our proactive and innovative approach, is seeking experienced law enforcement or corrections officers for the position of On-call Court Marshal. Join the Court's specially-commissioned team as an on-call officer responsible for all aspects of security and creating a safe environment for defendants, the public, and Court employees. This high volume seeks to hire dedicated, agile, and motivated staff.
An On-Call Court Marshal can be assigned to work 4 to 8 hour shifts Monday through Saturday between 7 AM and 6 PM with some holiday coverage assigned. The unit consists of 11 specially-commissioned officers with Sergeant Floyd Hickmon, Sergeant Jef Boyd, and Chief Elisa Sansalone leading the team. The ideal candidate will have successfully completed a law enforcement or corrections academy and have three (3) years of full-time law enforcement or corrections experience. Applicants seeking temporary employment or to supplement their income are encouraged to apply. This is a long-term, on-going temporary position that provides coverage when our regular Court Marshals are absent.
Guard and protect prisoners, Court staff and the public in courtrooms, jail holding cells and court-related areas.
Intervene and make arrests in potential incidents of violence or warrant service.
Escort prisoners or detainees between secured facilities and courtrooms.
Book out-of-custody defendants into jail and search holding cells for contraband on a regular basis.
Monitor, assist, and oversee security screeners to ensure screening of the general public is conducted in a professional manner.
Operate security devices: firearm, baton, Taser, etc.
Act as first responder to fire alarms, bomb threats and various safety concerns, and assist with building evacuations.
Complete incident and police type reports and various required paperwork.
Successfully secure and maintain Seattle Police Department special commission which includes passing an annual firearm qualification.
Work Environment/Physical Demands:
- Frequently exposed to individuals who are distraught, hostile or abusive.
This position has a special commission issued by the Seattle Police Department (SPD) which requires all Court Marshal candidates to meet certain hiring standards. Please review the automatic and case-by-case disqualifiers to determine if you are qualified to submit your application for the On-Call Court Marshal position.
SPD is interested in the applicant's life story as a complete picture. SPD understands that, at times, people encounter challenges in their lives. During the background investigation process, SPD will learn in great detail about those challenges, as well as the lessons learned and the life changes the applicant has made.
It is imperative that you are forthcoming in your responses; honesty is expected throughout this process.
The following are automatic disqualifiers - applicants should not apply to our agency if any of the following apply:
Criminal Record: any adult felony conviction; any misdemeanor or felony conviction while employed in a criminal justice and/or law enforcement capacity; or any domestic violence conviction.
MARIJUANA: An applicant has not used Marijuana within twelve (12) months prior to the date of this application, and
COCAINE/CRACK: An applicant has not used cocaine or crack within the ten (10) years prior to the date of this application, and
CLUB DRUGS: An applicant has not used club drugs, such as, but not limited to: Ketamine, GHB, Rohypnol, or MDMA (ecstasy) within the five (5) years prior to the date of this application, and
HALLUCINOGENS: An applicant has not used any Hallucinogens; PCP, Angel Dust, Wet, Phencyclidine, LSD, Mushrooms, or Psylocybin, within the ten (10) years prior to the date of this application, and
OPIATES: An applicant has not used Opium, Morphine, or Heroin within the ten (10) years prior to the date of this application, and
STIMULANTS: An applicant has not used Methamphetamine, Crank, Crystal, Ice, Speed, Glass, or Amphetamine within the ten (10) years prior to the date of this application, and
AEROSOLS: An applicant has inhaled aerosols, sometimes referred to as Huffing (paint) or Whippits (Nitrous Oxide) or used Khat within the five (5) years prior to the date of this application, and
An applicant has not used four (4) or more controlled substances within the ten (10) years prior to the date of this application, and
An applicant has not used any illegal drug(s) while employed in a criminal justice and/or law enforcement capacity, and
An applicant has not manufactured or cultivated illegal drug(s) for the purpose of the sales/marketing of the drug(s), and
An applicant has not sold or facilitated the sale of illegal drugs.
The following are behaviors that will be given case-by-case consideration.
Military Discharge: Any discharge from any military service other than honorable circumstances (fair employment laws apply).
Traffic Record: An applicant's driving record will be thoroughly assessed and may be a factor for disqualification. Examples of infractions/traffic crimes that maybe disqualifying include: Driving While Intoxicated (DWI), reckless driving or hit and run driving, or suspension of your driver's license within five years of the date of application.
Employment Record: An applicant's employment history, including any terminations, or leaving an employer in lieu of termination, will be thoroughly assessed and may be grounds for disqualification.
Financial Record: An applicant's credit history will be thoroughly assessed and related decision-making issues may be grounds for disqualification. The following are areas of concern: Failure to pay income tax and failure to pay child support.
Professional Appearance: All applicants are expected to maintain a professional appearance at all times. SPD has the discretion in determining what is considered professional, as it relates to the position the applicant is applying for. Any and all tattoos, branding (intentional burning of skin to create a design), voluntary disfigurement (marring or spoiling of the appearance or shape of a body part), or scarification (intentional cutting of the skin to create a design) shall be carefully reviewed by SPD on a case-by-case basis.
Other Minimum Qualifications:
Certified by a criminal justice or corrections academy program AND who have at least three years of full-time law enforcement or corrections experience. Other types of law enforcement work experience will be reviewed on a case-by-case basis. Copy of certification or transcript from Washington State or an equivalent certified criminal justice academy program is required.
Valid Washington State Driver's license.
At least 21 years of age upon hire.
High school diploma or GED.
Must be a U.S. citizen.
As noted above, the successful candidate must pass the SPD background investigation, which requires full disclosure of the applicant's past. Any negative factors found in the candidate's background will be evaluated in terms of the circumstances and facts surrounding its occurrence. Deliberate inaccuracies or omissions may disqualify an applicant from advancing in the process.
Current First Aid Certificate, CPR, and use of Automated External Defibrillator (AED).
Proficient using a computer to access email, trainings, and timesheet.
Demonstrated ability to:
Engage in proactive intervention to defuse conflicts and maintain orderly conduct in public group situations;
Use defensive tactics and the appropriate use of force, including weapons such as firearms and batons
Perform strenuous physical tasks such as running, subduing, and detaining individuals.
Confront problematic situations and exercise sound judgment under stress and in emergency situations
Provide excellent communication, observation, and problem-solving skills
Establish and maintain effective working relationships with Judges, Court employees, and outside law enforcement agencies
Work in close contact with persons who are mentally ill or who have physical illness.
Additional Information:This recruitment is open continuous. To ensure consideration, please apply by July 10th. Applicants from this recruitment process may be considered for part-time and full-time Court Marshal openings that become available. The entire recruitment process: application to start date takes approximately eight (8) months.
Qualified candidates must submit the following to be considered.
Completed NEOGOV online (www.seattle.gov/jobs).
Supplemental questionnaire responses.
Cover letter describing how your skills and experience align with the stated job responsibilities and qualifications.
Current resume indicating relevant experience and education.
Candidates selected for first round interviews will be asked to provide a copy of their law enforcement or corrections certification or transcript.
Your application will not be reviewed if these items are missing or incomplete. By completing the supplemental questions you are attesting that the information you have provided is true and accurate. The Court will review any information provided in your application package and misstatements or falsification of information will eliminate you from consideration and/or employment if discovered subsequent to selection for the position. Attaching or pasting a cover letter and resume alone is not a substitute for completing the application itself.
All applications will be reviewed and the most qualified candidates will be invited to participate in two rounds of interviews. Out-of-state candidates, at their own expense, must make travel arrangements to participate in-person for at least one interview, either the first or second.
Top candidates, who successfully pass the second round, will be asked to submit the completed Personal History Information (PHI) packet. An extensive background investigation conducted by the Seattle Police Department. The complete PHI packet can be downloaded from the Seattle Police Department's website at: https://www.seattle.gov/police/police-jobs/apply Incomplete or untimely submissions will result in disqualification from the hiring process. Make sure and attach photocopies of your driver's license, social security card, DD 214 and law enforcement or corrections academy certification. The Release of Information & Credit History Release forms MUST be notarized.
Candidates asked to participate in the background check process will have an in-depth test and interview with an SPD detective. Out-of-state candidates must make travel arrangements, at their own expense, to participate in-person for this portion of the recruitment process.
Successful candidates who receive a conditional offer of employment must pass the final investigation phase conducted by Seattle Police Department, which includes polygraph, psychological, medical, and drug testing. Out-of-state candidates must make travel arrangements, at their own expense, to participate in-person for this portion of the recruitment process.
This position is represented by Seattle Municipal Court Marshal's Guild. You will be required to join the guild within 30 days of your start date. .
Recruitment Process and Timeline: The entire recruitment process: application to start date takes approximately eight (8) months.
Special Commission: As a condition of employment, Marshals must obtain and maintain a Special Commission issued by the Seattle Police Department, which includes annual firearms qualifications.
Note: The Physical Agility Test (PAT) and WA State Basic Law Enforcement equivalency academy training are not required.
- For more information on the Seattle Municipal Court, visit www.seattle.gov/courts.
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