Forest Fire Fighter Job Description Sample
Fire Fighter Paramedic-Tribal Fire Station 1
Suppresses fires, preserves life and property from the elements of disaster and renders medical care to sick and injured
Job Duties and
(Note: Duties and responsibilities may be added, deleted, or changed at the sole discretion of Sycuan Management at any time)
- Participates in fire company activities including fire suppression, rescue, public assistance, fire investigation, fire prevention, pre-fire planning, fire company training, public education, and routine maintenance of apparatus, equipment and fire department facilities
- Performs rescues, fire suppression, ventilation, salvage and overhaul, medical aid and any other duties related to the preservation of life and property
- Maintains basic knowledge of the duties of other personnel in the station
- Performs duties of Acting Officer-In Charge when directed and if qualified
- Maintains up-to-date knowledge in data and information necessary to perform duties
- Inspects and tests ambulance equipment
- Completes appropriate medical reports
- Maintains currency of all necessary certifications as required
- Provides patient care and transportation of patients to appropriate medical facilities as needed
- Performs other duties as directed by the Fire Captain
Education and Experience:
- High School Diploma or G.E.D.
- State of California Paramedic license in good standing
- Succeesful completion of standard CWH firefighter written test
- San Diego County Paramedic accreditation in good standing
- Candidate Physical Abilities Test (CPAT) Certificate in good standing
- CA Driver's License in good standing
- California Ambulance Driver's Certificate
- BLS CPR and Advanced Cardiac Life Support (ACLS) Cards
- Medical Examiners Certification
- Hazmat FRO
- 1 year paramedic experience
- Firefighter exempt Ca Drivers License in good standing
- State Firefighter I Certification
- Firefighter experience
- Successful completion of Sycuan's Fire Academy
Skills and Knowledge:
- Ability to pass annual BIA Pack Test to include donning a 45 pound hose pack (or equivalent) and walking a total of three (3) miles in 45 minutes or less
- Ability to effectively communicate with department personnel
- Ability to execute operational and procedural changes
- Ability to prioritize and perform multiple tasks and assignments
- Ability to complete forms, documents and written reports
- Ability to maintain professionalism and composure
- Ability to communicate effectively in the English language
- Ability to maintain confidentiality
- Ability to make sound judgments
- Ability to understand and follow verbal directives and written directions
- Ability to accept constructive criticism
- Working knowledge of word processing programs
- Excellent organizational skills
- Ability to show up to work on time
Fire Fighter Technician - RSS II
Position Title Fire Fighter Technician
RSS II United States of America
Nevada Las Vegas
Job Summary 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.
Minimum Requirements 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: - Firefighter II, - Airport Firefighter
Hazardous Materials Operations. Conditions of employment at one year:
Hazardous Materials Tech
TeleComm I/II, - Confined Space 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.
Preferred Qualifications 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 SupportCountryUnited States of AmericaPosition StatusFull-TimeRequisition/Vacancy No.177278BRQualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, sexual orientation, gender identity, disability or protected veteran status.
Wild-Land Fire Fighter
DDC-CS d.b.a. DDC-4C is wholly owned by Diné Development Corporation (DDC), a Navajo Nation owned Tribal Corporation that governs the DDC-4C entity in its business ventures. DDC was established in 2004 with initial capitalization from the Business and Industrial Development Fund of the Navajo Nation. DDC is a proactive business corporation established by the Navajo Nation Council as a holding company to establish, invest in, own, and operate subsidiary corporations and companies. We strive to promote Navajo Nation entrepreneurship while serving Reservation market and labor needs. Perform maintenance of endangered species sites throughout the Camp Lejeune Marine Base in North Carolina. Employee will assist the Forestry Branch with burning activities and ensure the protection of all Red Cockaded Woodpecker (RCW) trees within the burn areas.Other Maintenance duties include but are not limited to; prescribed burning, tree inspection and painting, , herbicide application and chainsaw operation, planting, weed-eating, mowing, and equipment operation. This type of work is 95% outdoors, strenuous and requires a high-energy person. Must be able to work outside under all weather conditions. Must have good oral communication skills, demonstrate motivation, and be a self starter with the ability to make sound decisions and act decisively under stress. Work is outdoors and in all environmental conditions. Rain, sun, heat and cold. While prescribe burning the incumbent will be exposed to woodsmoke. Smoke may be heavy at times Must pass security background check for military base Must have previous experience in wild land fire fighting Must have previously held an Incident Qualification Card (RED CARD)
Must be able to walk over rough, forested terrain for up to 6-8 hours.
Must be able to use basic firefighting handtools. none
Knowledge of wildland fire management principles.
Ability to follow oral instructions.
Knowledge of aerial photography.
S-130, Firefighter training
S-190, Introduction to fire behavior none Advertised Job Title: Wild-land Fire Fighter ID: 2018-2367 External Company Name: Dine Development Corporation External Company URL: http://nova-dine.com/
Fire Fighter Examination- Commonwealth Of MA
ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES: The City of Cambridge is currently recruiting applicants to take the Commonwealth of Massachusetts Open Competitive Examination for Fire Fighter Municipal Service. This examination consists of two components: the Written Examination and the Physical Abilities Test. Candidates must take and pass both components in order to be placed on the eligible list for appointment in a civil service city or town.
The written exam
is being held on Saturday March 24, 2018. Application date is February 7, 2018, with a fee of $200.00. There will be an additional $50 late fee for applications received after 2/07/18. Applications will not be accepted after 2/21/18. The Entry-Level Physical Abilities Test (ELPAT)
is being held at theHudson National Guard Armory. Once an application has been received and a valid payment or fee waiver has been verified, the candidate will receive an e-mail with his/her scheduled ELPAT date and time. Scheduling will be completed on a first come, first served basis.
Failure to complete the ELPAT, will result in failure of the examination and your name will not be placed on the eligible list. Failure of the written component will also result in failure of the examination and your name will not be placed on the eligible list.
Additional examination information is available at www.mass.gov/civilservice or by calling the examination hotline 617-878-9895. Firefighters often perform risky and physically demanding duties under emergency conditions. Firefighters work under supervision, often as a member of a team, to respond to fire and other emergencies. Firefighter duties may include, for example: connecting, pulling and operating hose lines; operating a pump; positioning and climbing ladders; emergency rescue and lifesaving; ventilating smoke-filled areas; using and maintaining tools and equipment; training; and fire station activities.
INFORMATIONAL OPEN HOUSE
Tuesday, January 23, 2018
6:00 p.m. to 7:30 p.m.
Cambridge City Hall, Sullivan Chambers
795 Mass Avenue
Cambridge, MA 02139 Representatives from the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, Human Resources Division (HRD), the Cambridge Fire Department, the Affirmative Action Department and the Cambridge Personnel Department will be on hand to answer questions about this exciting career opportunity.
MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS: * Must be at least 19 as of February 21, 2018 * Must be a non smoker at the time of and after appointment
- Must pass a medical and physical ability examination prior to appointment
APPLICATION PROCEDURE: Apply On-line with a Visa or MasterCard at www.mass.gov/civilservice. If you are requesting that the fee for this examination be waived,fee waiver forms are available at the Applicant Forms section of HRD's website.
For more information about this exam, see www.mass.gov/civilservice or email the civil service unit at email@example.com The examination information hotline is 617-878-9895. The City of Cambridge is an affirmative action/equal opportunity employer. Women, minorities, veterans, members of the LGBTQ+ community, and persons with disabilities are encouraged to apply. CITY OF CAMBRIDGE RESIDENTS ESPECIALLY ARE ENCOURAGED TO APPLY.Department: Fire Department
Job Title:* Fire Fighter Examination- Commonwealth of MA
Job Code:* F506 Civil Service Position: Subject to Civil Service rules and regulations
Union Affiliation:* IAFF- Local 30 Hours Per Week: 42 hrs/wk
POSTING DATE:* January 17, 2018 CLOSING DATE: February 21, 2018 RATE: $46,740.80/year minimum, with excellent benefits
Forest Fire Management Officer
This position is established on a Forest Service unit. The incumbent serves as a Forest Fire Management Officer (FFMO) responsible for providing leadership and program direction for the unit’s fire and aviation management program. The incumbent is responsible for coordinating the development of short and long-range fire management program plans, fire management activities on the unit.
This position is located on National Forests in Mississippi in Jackson, MS.
For additional information about the duties of this position, please contact Robert Swithers at or email at ; or Jessica Hollingsworth at or email at jdhollingsworth@.fs.fed.us.
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Provides technical advice
, development of forest land management goals and objectives, including formulation of local policies. Directs all aspects of the unit's fire, training, and aviation programs. Strategizes and initiates effort to assure program continuity through recruitment, employee development and retention.
Provides leadership and oversight in the fire safety program by working with forest program personnel to develop and review integrated work plans. Coordinates the involvement of fire management input into the development of land management plans and analyses.
Directs and supervises all phases of budget management to assure balance in the organization at varying levels of funding, and initiates changes as appropriate.
Coordinates and negotiates the development of local annual operating plans to implement cooperative fire protection agreements with other federal, tribal, state and local agencies.
Provides advice and counsel to the line officers on the development of strategies and appropriate course of actions for all incidents consistent with direction in agency policies.
Duties listed are at the full performance level.
50% or less
- Occasional overnight travel may be required for fire suppression assignments, prescribed burning, hazardous fuels; and/or fire related assignments.
Who May Apply
This job is open to
Current permanent Federal employees with competitive status
, CTAP/RPL/ICTAP, VEOA, Land Management Workforce Flexibility Act eligibles, Farm Service Agency permanent county employees, and reinstatement eligibles.
Questions? This job is open to 2 groups.
Job family (Series)
0301 Miscellaneous Administration And Program
Conditions of Employment
You must be a US Citizen or US National.
Males born after 12/31/59 must be Selective Service registered or exempt.
Subject to a negative drug test prior to entrance on duty.
Must meet IFPM qualifications.
Secondary firefighter retirement covered position.
Position requires a Work Capacity Test (WCT).
Minimum of 90 days of wildland firefighting experience is required.
Must be 18 years of age.
May be subject to satisfactory completion of one year probationary or trial period.
Initial appointment is subject to satisfactory completion of training.
DRUG TESTING: This is a Testing Designated Position (TDP). Selectee must submit to a urinalysis to screen for illegal drug use prior to appointment and random testing thereafter. Final appointment and continued employment is conditional on negative results for illegal drug use.
WORK CAPACITY TEST (WCT) for certain Interagency Fire Program Management (IFPM) or Fire Program Management (FS-FPM) positions: This position participates in wildland firefighting activities.
Based on the type of work performed, TAKING and PASSING the WCT at the ARDUOUS, MODERATE, or LIGHT level is a condition of employment. The arduous, moderate, or light WCT is dependent on the incumbent’s NWCG (National Wildfire Coordinating Group) incident management qualifications required for their IFPM or FS-FPM position. This announcement constitutes the required 30 days advanced notice for testing requirements.
This position has been identified as High or Moderate or Low Complexity under the Interagency Fire Program Management (IFPM) or Forest Service Fire Program Management (FS-FPM) and is subject to selective placement factor requirements contained in the Interagency Fire Program Management (IFPM) Standard and Guide when filling this vacancy. IFPM or FS-FPM selective placement factors are made up of a primary and secondary National Wildfire Coordinating Group (NWCG) core Incident Management Qualifications and Required Training. The applicant must possess these qualifications at the applicable complexity level to be considered eligible for this position.
You must possess the Basic Requirements identified below to be considered eligible for this position
. Transcripts must be provided if qualifications are based on education above the high school level. Your application or resume must clearly show that you possess the appropriate experience requirements. Specialized experience is defined as experience that is typically in or related to the work of the position to be filled and has equipped you with the particular knowledge, skills, and abilities to successfully perform the duties of the position.
Experience refers to paid and unpaid experience, including volunteer work done through National Service programs (e.g., Peace Corps, AmeriCorps) and other organizations (e.g., professional; philanthropic; religious; spiritual; community, student, social). Volunteer work helps build critical competencies, knowledge, and skills and can provide valuable training and experience that translates directly to paid employment. You will receive credit for all qualifying experience, including volunteer experience.
GS-11: One year of specialized experience equivalent to at least to the GS-9 grade level; or three years of graduate level education or a doctorate in a position-related field of forestry or natural resources management. or combinations of graduate level education that is directly related to the position and specialized experience.
The education must have been obtained in an accredited college or university. Examples of specialized experience are: Managing or assisting with a component of a wildland and/or prescribed fire management program; Assisting in developing and implementing a partial fire program budget taking into consideration changing priorities; Implementing agreements with cooperators; and Maintaining relationships with entities external to the organization regarding fire management program issues.
GS-12: One year of specialized experience equivalent to at least the GS-11 grade level.
Examples of specialized experience are: Managing a wildland and/or prescribed fire management program; Developing, coordinating and implementing a partial fire program budget; Developing and implementing agreements with cooperators; and Maintaining relationships with entities external to the organization regarding fire management program issues.
SELECTIVE PLACEMENT FACTORS:
A minimum 90 days experience performing on-the-line (Primary/Rigorous) wildland fire suppression duties as a member of an organized fire suppression crew or comparable unit that utilized knowledge of wildland fire suppression, containment or control techniques and practices under various conditions. This experience must be documented with specific dates in the online application or resume.
Successfully completed the Primary NWCG Core Requirement of Division Group Supervisor (DIVS)
- OR- Air Support Group Supervisor (ASGS).
Successfully completed the Secondary NWCG Core Requirement of Incident Commander Type 3 (ICT3) -OR- Prescribed Fire Burn Boss Type 2 (RXB2) if qualifying with (DIVS).
Successfully completed the Secondary NWCG Core Requirement of Incident Commander Type 3 (ICT3) if qualifying with (ASGS).
Successfully completed the NWCG Course # M-581 Fire Program Management.
In order to be considered for this position, copies of your Incident Qualification and Certification System (IQCS) Master Record (or equivalent training documents) which contain documented proof of the certification or attainment of the IFPM Selective Placement Factor for this position MUST be attached to your application. Currency Requirement:
Required to maintain currency once hired into the position. Currency of NWCG qualifications is not required for selection. If not currently qualified, the applicant must provide documented evidence that they have been fully qualified in the past, and are able to regain currency within one year of being hired.
Failure to provide this documentation will result in disqualification. Red cards are not acceptable documentation.
To receive consideration for this position, you must meet all qualification requirements by the closing date of the announcement.
TIME IN GRADE REQUIREMENT: If you are a current federal employee in the General Schedule (GS) pay plan and applying for a promotion opportunity, you must meet time-in-grade (TIG) requirements of 52 weeks of service at the next lower grade level in the normal line of progression for the position being filled. This requirement must be met by the closing date of this announcement.
See above for education requirements for this position
We may select from this announcement or any other source to fill one or more vacancies.
BACKGROUND INVESTIGATION AND FINGERPRINT CHECK: Selection and retention in this position is contingent on a successfully adjudicated FBI National Criminal History Check (fingerprint check) and a background investigation.
E-Verify: Federal law requires agencies to use the E-Verify system to confirm the employment eligibility of all new hires.
If you are selected as a newly hired employee, the documentation you present for purposes of completing the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) Form I-9 on your entry-on-duty date will be verified through the DHS 'E-VERIFY' system. Under the system, the new hire is required to resolve any identified discrepancies as a condition of continued employment.
- Per Public Law 104-134 all Federal employees are required to have federal payments made by direct deposit to a financial institution of your choosing.
If you are selected for a position with further promotion potential, you will be placed under a career development plan, and may be non-competitively promoted if you successfully complete the requirements and if recommended by management. However, promotion is not guaranteed.
Farm Service Agency (FSA) County Employees: Permanent County employees without prior Federal tenure who are selected for a Civil Service position under Public Law 105-277 will be given a career- conditional appointment and must serve a 1-year probationary period.
Subject to one-year supervisory/managerial probationary period (unless prior service is creditable). New USDA supervisors must successfully complete all components of the required new supervisory training program before the end of their probationary period.
Veterans who are preference eligible or who have been separated from the armed forces under honorable conditions after three years or more of continuous active service are eligible for consideration under the Veteran's Employment Opportunity Act (VEOA). See:
This position is eligible for telework situational/limited basis.
Government housing is not available.
Forest Service daycare facilities are not available.
This is not a Bargaining Unit designated position.
Career Transition Assistance Plan (CTAP), Reemployment Priority List (RPL) or Interagency Career Transition Assistance Plan (ICTAP):To exercise selection priority for this vacancy, CTAP/RPL/ICTAP candidates must meet the basic eligibility requirements and all selective factors. CTAP/ICTAP candidates must be rated and determined to be well qualified (or above) based on an evaluation of the competencies listed in the How You Will Be Evaluated section. When assessed through a score-based category rating method, CTAP/ICTAP applicants must receive a rating of at least 85 out of a possible 100.
Land Management Workforce Flexibility Act (LMWFA) provides current or former temporary or term employees of federal land management agencies opportunity to compete for permanent competitive service positions. Individuals must have more than 24 months of service without a break between appointments of two or more years. Service must be in the competitive service and have been at a successful level of performance or better.
How You Will Be Evaluated
You will be evaluated for this job based on how well you meet the qualifications above
You will be evaluated based on your qualifications for this position as evidenced by the education, experience, and training you described in your application package, as well as the responses to the Occupational Questionnaire to determine the degree to which you possess the knowledge, skills, abilities and competencies listed below:
- Knowledge of the theories, principles, and concepts of fire program management.
- Ability to supervise and lead a diverse workforce
- Ability to plan and organize work
- Knowledge of program development, budget and financial management principles
- Ability to communicate effectively other than in writing
Your application, including the online Assessment Questionnaire, will be reviewed to determine if you meet (a) minimum qualification requirements and (b) the resume supports the answers provided to the job-specific questions. Your resume must clearly support your responses to all the questions addressing experience and education relevant to this position. Applicants who meet the minimum qualification requirements and are determined to be among the best qualified candidates will be referred to the hiring manager for consideration. Noncompetitive candidates and applicants under some special hiring authorities need to meet minimum qualifications to be referred.
Note: If, after reviewing your resume and/or supporting documentation, a determination is made that you have inflated your qualifications and or experience, your rating may be lowered to more accurately reflect the submitted documentation. Please follow all instructions carefully.
Errors or omissions may affect your rating. Providing inaccurate information on Federal documents could be grounds for non-selection disciplinary action up to including removal from the Federal service.
Clicking the link below will present a preview of the application form; i.e. the online questionnaire. The application form link below will only provide a preview and does not initiate the application process. To initiate the online application process, click the "Apply" button to the right.
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Background checks and security clearance
- Required Documents
The following documents are required for your applicant package to be complete
. Our office cannot be responsible for incompatible software, illegible fax transmissions, delays in the mail service, your system failure, etc. Encrypted documents will not be accepted. Failure to submit required, legible documents may result in loss of consideration.
- Resume that includes: 1) personal information such as name, address, contact information; 2) education; 3) detailed work experience related to this position as described in the major duties including work schedule, hours worked per week, dates of employment; title, series, grade (if applicable); 4) supervisor’s phone number and whether or not the supervisor may be contacted for a
On Call Snow Fighter - Denver International Airport
On Call Snow Fighter
Denver International Airport Print Apply On Call Snow Fighter
Denver International Airport Salary $18.60 - $27.16 Hourly Location 80249, CO Job Type On Call Regular Department Aviation (DIA) Job Number 52848 17368 Closing 2/18/2018 12:00 AM Mountain
Questions About Us Denver International Airport is the 19th-busiest airport in the world and the sixth-busiest airport in the United States, serving 58.3 million passengers last year and generating more than $26 billion for the region annually. DEN is the largest and newest commercial airport in the United States and consists of 15 million square feet of built environment.
Denver is one of the fastest-growing cities in the United States, and has been named the nation's top place to live, work, and play. Being the best place to live isn't easy; maintaining such a reputation means we need the best people working for the residents of Denver. People who want to make a difference; people who want to give back; people who want to be at the heart of the city and have a hand in creating our future.
At DEN, the core values of the organization are transparency, collaboration, mutual respect and support, diversity, integrity, trust and organizational excellence. Join the team at DEN and be part of the future for the world's most exciting and forward-thinking airport. Learn more about DEN at www.flydenver.com.
About Our Job This is an on-call position which will work no more than 39 hours per week and is not eligible for benefits. On-call positions may have routine or variable work schedules. Denver International Airport is hiring part-time, on-call Snow Removal Operators for air side snow removal.
These are "On Call" positions, which means that when the snow flies, we'll start calling this list of Snow Removal Operators to come lend a hand. Since this position requires the use of highly specialized heavy equipment at a busy airport, on-site training on the equipment and training/testing to receive your CDL will be provided.
Performs snow removal using various equipment
Performs inspections of equipment to ensure proper working order, which includes checking fluid levels and leaks, conditions of hoses and belts, tire pressure, brakes, lights, and other related mechanical components as required by the City and/or the Colorado Department of Motor Vehicles
Completes daily work reports and paperwork as required
Observes all safety practices associated with the operation of equipment, and common hand and power tools
Performs other related duties as assigned or requested About You Do you operate equipment in a field that has down time during the snow season such as construction, farming, etc? Are you interested in supplementing your income?
If so, this is the perfect opportunity for you! We're looking for people experienced with heavy equipment snow removal such as: Brooms, Tractors, Loaders, Blowers, Graders, Pushers, Sanders and Plows (single & tandem). Ideally, candidates will have prior snow removal experience and have minimal obligations preventing short-notice call-outs for two shifts: 3:30 A.M. to 3:30 P.M. -and/or- 3:30 P.M. to 3:30 A.M.
We prefer candidates who possess a valid CDL license, or Class B CDL permit; however, DEN will provide the necessary training and testing to obtain a Class B CDL. We realize your time is valuable so please do not apply if you do not have at least the following required minimum qualifications:
Graduation from high school or possession of a GED Certificate.
Two years of experience operating equipment at the Heavy Equipment Operator level which must have included experience on at least two different kinds of equipment at this level.
OR- 300 hours of Heavy Equipment Operator differential
OR- Three years of experience as an Equipment Operator Specialist in the Career Service system.
Requires a current valid driver's license at time of application.
Requires a Class-B Commercial Driver's License with appropriate endorsements within 3 months of employment and must be kept current as a condition of employment. About Everything Else Classification Title:
We call this job a Snow Fighter. The official job classification title is Aviation Snow Removal Operator. Assessments/Testing:
This position does not require testing. Pre-employment Screening: An offer of employment is contingent on the verification of credentials and other information required by law and City and County of Denver policies, including the successful completion of a background check.
Candidates must pass a criminal background check and other verifications required for the position which may include, but are not limited to, employment and/or education verification, motor vehicle record check, drug test, and/or physical. The existence of a conviction does not automatically disqualify an individual from employment except where federal or state law or regulations prohibit employment of an individual with certain convictions. For more information about the selection and employment screening process, click here.
FBI Background Check: An FBI criminal background check is required for all positions at Denver International Airport (DEN). Employees are also required to report any felony conviction and/or moving violations to maintain this clearance / be eligible for continued employment. By position, a pre-employment physical/drug test may be required.
Extended Work Hours / Snow Duties / Emergency Incidents: Mandatory extended/additional hours can be required, as DEN is a 24/7/365 operation, includes nights, weekends and holidays. Additionally, this position is required to work mandatory snow duties which vary and also include nights, weekends and holidays.
Probationary Period: This position may require the selected candidate to complete at least a six-month probationary period prior to attaining career status with the City & County of Denver. For more information about the probationary period, click here.
The City and County of Denver provides equal employment opportunities to all employees and applicants for employment without regard to race, color, religion, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability, genetic information, age, or any other status protected under federal, state, and/or local law. Recruiter(s): AK #ZR To view the City and County of Denver's robust benefit package that only a multiple-industry employer can offer click the link below. www.DenverGov.org/Benefits
5Th Generation Fighter Support SME
Essential Functions and Job Responsibilities
The successful candidate's core responsibilities will include, but not to be limited to:
- Establishment of Modeling and Simulation (M&S) standards.
- Generation of requirements for Cross Domain Solutions for CAF DMO and Live-Virtual-Constructive (LVC) training programs.
- Development of capability requirements for Fighters, Bombers, and C2ISR DMO and LVC platforms.
- Integration of Fifth Generation aircraft into Mission Training Centers (MTC).
- Collaboration and interface with other MAJCOMs, Headquarters Air Force (HAF), Joint Services and Coalition training partners, and System Program Offices (SPO) for management of simulator/DMO and the Operations & Integration (O&I) programs.
- Collaboration and interface with Functional Area Managers (FAM) in the development of Ready Aircrew Program (RAP) tasking and MTC/DMO requirements, Joint Capability Integration and Development System (JCIDS), Operations and Maintenance (O&M), and various acquisition activities, logistics and procurement.
The selected candidate will assist in developing, refining, and producing life cycle management plans in support of integrating DMO systems with the Mission Training Centers (MTCs). He or she will also maintain in-depth knowledge of M&S, DMO, and LVC concepts to provide technical and analytical assistance in the development, validation, and coordination of DMO capability requirements documents and assist with integrating CAF DMO capability requirements into weapon system MTC programs.
Work also includes assisting with collaboration and interfacing with Functional Area Managers to develop weapon system training device requirements, resolve training issues and shortfalls, and provide recommendations and guidance for simulator enhancements to support RAP training and POM submissions.
- BS Degree from an accredited university.
- Must have active TS/SCI clearance.
- 3 years of MAJCOM or higher level staff experience (active duty, Government service, and/or contractor).
- 5th Generation Fighter rated experience.
- Also requires 5 years' experience with/in the following:
- M&S, DMO, and LVC.
- Designing, planning, preparing, executing, and providing documented assessments of DMO and other combat readiness programs or plans.
- Producing reports to indicate investigation methodology, evaluation processes, and recommendations for new LVC technologies and training concepts for inclusion into CAF's DMO and other readiness programs.
- Providing analytical and conceptual studies on readiness-related efforts and LVC technologies.
- Analyzing technical and operational impacts, cost and training benefit or proposed changes in a resource-constrained environment, and propose changes to programs to MAJCOM level leadership to meet operational capabilities and addressing operational needs.
- Participating and collaborating on DMO/LVC and M&S working groups and meetings to develop possible solutions for integration and interoperability problems.
- Requirements, Operations, and PO capabilities and responsibilities.
- JCIDS staffing processes and requirements development.
- Experience in Planning, Programming, and Budgeting System (PPBS) for POM development and programming of funds.
- Experience in preparing and presenting high level briefings, BBPs, and Technical Reports.
- Knowledge of CAF Training Requirements.
- Good analytical, communication, interpersonal, and writing skills.
Forest And Fire Ecology Monitoring Technician
YOUR POSITION WITH TNC The Forest and Fire Ecology Monitoring Technician performs and participates in fuels management operations and fire effects monitoring.
Two positions are available mid-May 2018 through the end of August 2018.
Both positions will be dedicated to a collaboration project between The Nature Conservancy, the U.S.
Forest Service Chequamegon-Nicolet National Forest and Northern Research Station in Rhinelander.
Candidates will have exposure and learning opportunities related to fire science, forest management and restoration activities in addition to research monitoring activities associated with seed banks, tree and herbaceous vegetation monitoring, greenhouse techniques, and plant identification of pine barren ecosystems.
As part of a larger team of technicians led by TNC staff and USFS staff, candidates will also get exposure to standard forestry practices and FIREMON sampling protocol used widely by the US Forest Service managers, as well as pollinator monitoring techniques and protocol.
Opportunities to work on prescribed fires directly may be available if interest and timing allows.
When not focused on monitoring efforts, candidates will work on fuel management projects that will include potential chainsaw work, pile building, and fire line preparations.
ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS Forest and Fire Ecology Monitoring Technicians will work on a crew to manage fuels and prepare fire breaks for prescribed fires and will monitor fire effects and other monitoring and research needs of the USFS.
Seasonal Fuels & Fire Monitoring Technician will use and maintain tools and equipment.
RESPONSIBILITIES AND SCOPE May interact with visitors.
Works under close or infrequent supervision.
May work in variable weather conditions, at remote locations for long periods of time in isolated settings, on difficult and hazardous terrain and under physically demanding circumstances.
Requires considerable physical exertion and/or muscular strain.
MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS High school diploma or GED and 6 months of related experience Experience operating various types of equipment in a safe and efficient manner (e.g.
lawn mower, chainsaw, UTV, ATV or OHV, two-way radio, or similar equipment). Must be able to obtain related licenses or certifications as required.
First Aid, CPR, herbicide or pesticide application, chainsaw certification) DESIRED QUALIFICATIONS Multi-lingual skills and multi-cultural or cross cultural experience appreciated.
Ability to follow instructions from colleagues/coworkers/team members.
Ability to work in a team environment.
Ability to obtain a driver’s license, and maintain a good driving record.
Botanical knowledge of northern Wisconsin plants or demonstrated ability to identify and learn plants quickly.
Bird identification of northern Wisconsin birds using songs AUTO SAFETY POLICY This position requires a valid driver's license and compliance with the Conservancy's Auto Safety Program.
Employees may not drive Conservancy-owned/leased vehicles, rental cars, or personal vehicles on behalf of the Conservancy if considered "high risk drivers." Please see further details in the Auto Safety Program document available at . Employment in this position will be contingent upon completion of a Vehicle Use Agreement, which may include a review of the prospective employee's motor vehicle record.
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F-35 Fighter Effectiveness Analyst
Possess excellent interpersonal and oral communication skills; handle multiple tasks; flexible in work assignments; and work with little to no supervision. Ability to interface with customer. Excellent written skills, in English, for writing to technical and non-technical users. Computer
Proficient in Microsoft Word, Excel and Outlook. Security Clearance: Current “Top Secret” clearance with the ability to obtain Special Security Access (SAP). DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
Will become a test team technical expert in various areas pertinent to 5th Gen fighter aircraft operational testing (e.g. F-35 capabilities, weapons, and tactics) Drafts operational effectiveness test plans, reports, and various supporting documents and briefings
Assists the Test Director in timely preparation of high-quality analysis across the varied test venues during all test phases
Contributes to all facets of test design and planning using in-depth knowledge of system under test, JOTT test policies, and test range capabilities
Attends meetings and conferences as required
Likely to perform one or more of the duties below during periods of Operational Test Evaluates pilot/test participant mission briefs/debriefs, including the performance of the system under test, cockpit record media playback, and test range data to formulate an assessment of system effectiveness and mission capability
Coordinates and schedules test support assets, including ranges, airspace, and adversaries
Performs as Kill Removal Officer to remove blue or red air players in a timely manner
Reviews documents and briefings, comparing content with government disclosure documents
Coordinates documents and briefings for release to countries participating in F-35 Operational Test Position Category Administrative Position Type Full-Time Available Locations
Edwards AFB, Edwards AFB, CA
F-16 Fighter Pilot
The successful candidate's core responsibilities will include, but not to be limited to:
Assist in developing, refining, and producing life cycle management plans in support of integrating DMO systems with the Mission Training Centers (MTCs).
Maintain in-depth knowledge of M&S, DMO, and LVC concepts to provide technical and analytical assistance in the development, validation, and coordination of DMO capability requirements documents and assist integration of CAF DMO capability requirement into weapon system MTC programs.
- Assist in collaboration and interface with Functional Area Managers to develop weapon system training device requirements, resolution of training issues and shortfalls, and provide recommendations and guidance for simulator enhancements to support RAP training and POM submissions.
Bachelor’s Degree from an accredited university
Three years’ MAJCOM or higher level staff (combination of active duty, government service, or contractor)
Five years’ M&S, DMO, and LVC experience
Five years’ experience designing, planning, preparing, executing, and providing documented assessments of DMO and other combat readiness programs or plans
Five years’ experience producing reports to indicate investigation methodology, evaluation processes, and recommendations for new LVC technologies and training concepts for inclusion into CAF’s DMO and other readiness programs
Five years’ experience providing analytical and conceptual studies on readiness-related efforts and LVC technologies
Five years’ experience analyzing technical and operational impacts, cost and training benefit of proposed changes in a resource-constrained environment, and propose changes to programs to MAJCOM level leadership to meet operational capabilities and addressing operational needs
Five years’ experience participating and collaborating on DMO/LVC and M&S working groups and meetings to develop possible solutions for integration and interoperability problems
Five years’ experience in Requirements, Operations, and SPO capabilities and responsibilities
Five years’ experience in JCIDS staffing processes and requirements development
Experience in Planning, Programming, and Budgeting System (PPBS) for POM development and programming of funds
Experience with Military Interdepartmental Purchase Request (MIPR) process
Experience preparing program element monitor (PEM) documents and briefings
Experience preparing execution year financial plans and documents
Experience developing spreadsheets to support financial planning
Experience in preparing and presenting high level briefings, BBPs, and Technical Reports
Knowledge of CAF Training Requirements
F-16 rated experience
Candidate must be able to obtain, and maintain, the proper personnel clearance required for this position Planned Systems International provides our customers with value-added management consulting and information technology services that consistently deliver success, and we are recognized as a world-class provider of innovative solutions that benefit mankind. From Systems Lifecycle Support and Healthcare IT Solutions to Network and Desktop Solutions and e-Business, PSI is focused on making our clients’ businesses run smoother and better. With a highly trained technical staff, we apply state-of-the-art information technologies, the industry's most advanced methodologies, and broad-based support services to clients in U.S. Government agencies and the commercial sector. PSI is an Equal Opportunity Employer. All qualified candidates are encouraged to apply, including: Minorities, Women, Individuals with Disabilities, and Protected Veterans. NOTE TO JOB SERVICE: VEVRAA Federal Contractor requesting priority referrals of Protected Veterans.
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