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Title Deputy Fire Chief, ARFF
Location 4 World Trade Center, New York, N.Y
Job Information

The Port Authority of New York and New Jersey seeks highly skilled and experienced professionals to fill the position of Deputy Fire Chief for the Aircraft Rescue Fire Fighting unit within the Office of the Chief Security Officer, New York N.Y.

RESPONSIBILITIES:

Reporting to the Aircraft Rescue Fire Fighting (ARFF) Fire Chief, the individual will serve as the Fire Chief’s assistant to ensure ARFF/fire-rescue training requirements are meet under Part 139 ARFF requirements in accordance with Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) Airport Certification Standards and other federal, state and local laws; ensure the unit operates in an effective and cost-efficient manner; develop strong interagency and private-sector partnerships; and command, motivate, inspire, and maintain proper order and discipline among subordinates.

Major responsibilities include but are not limited to:

  • Serving in a Duty capacity in order to respond to outside of business hours emergency calls;
  • Supervising day-to-day ARFF/fire-rescue training functions, developing staff to a high degree of competence, and overseeing the assignment of subordinates;
  • Enforcing discipline, good order, and the highest standards of personal and unit probity;
  • Monitoring and evaluating the efficiency and effectiveness of service delivery methods, procedures, techniques, and equipment utilized in the conduct of all activities and making recommendations to eliminate inadequacies or improving operations, service and staffing levels, while promoting change management to ensure successful completion;
  • Directing staff, analyzing problems, identifying solutions and implementing recommendations in support of Office of the Chief Security Officer goals, policies and procedures;
  • Developing and maintaining partnerships and cooperation with Port Authority Aviation Department, Port Authority Police Department, and local, state, and federal agencies; coordinating joint operations with external agencies; and mitigating conflicts with other departments or agencies;
  • Supervising staff by clearly defining expectations and assignments, providing clear orders and instructions, exhibiting flexibility, decisiveness and focused demeanor in high-pressure situations and contingencies, motivating others and otherwise providing effective leadership;
  • Working with the Fire Chief to develop programs and standard operating procedures to ensure best practices are implemented and to maintain ARFF/fire-rescue training standards;
  • Coordinating the creation, maintenance, retrieval, protection, retention, and destruction of all records in accordance with FAA policy and legal, financial, governmental, and historical requirements;
  • Ensuring compliance with Part 139 ARFF requirements in accordance with FAA Certification Standards and other federal, state and local laws;
  • Developing and maintaining agreements including relevant sections of the Airport Certification Manual, the Airport Emergency Plan and mutual aid agreements for fire and emergency medical services;
  • Designing and conducting emergency workshops and exercises to train staff and local emergency response personnel in cooperation with the ARFF Fire Chief;
  • In coordination with the Fire Chief, developing annual budget requirements and managing an annual budget; i gathering and analyzing data related to expenditures and projected charges; monitoring budget expenditures; initiating department purchases for equipment, supplies and other items as assigned;
  • Maintaining technical and supervisory proficiency; organizing and prioritizing projects and multiple tasks in an effective and timely manner; andELIGIBILITY REQUIREMENTS:EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE (position requirements at entry):

    A minimum of 60 college credits, from an accredited college or university with coursework in Fire Protection Administration, Public Administration, or related field; or Chief Officer Certification from accredited program; or a combination of education, training and job-related experience as stated below.

    At least eight (8) years of full-time paid experience in structural firefighting or aircraft rescue firefighting (ARFF) or fire service management with a minimum of five (5) years supervisory experience and/ or five years of full-time experience as a Fire Captain / Battalion Chief, or equivalent for a State, municipal fire department, DoD ARFF operation or equivalent agency position. Up to four years of job-related experience can be substituted for up to two years of the education requirement for this position; or, an equivalent combination of education and experience sufficient to successfully perform the essential duties of the job such as those listed above.

    The ideal candidate will present the following qualifications profile:

    • Expert knowledge of Federal Aviation Administration airport certification standards / Department of Defense ARFF operations relating to crash, fire and rescue operations and hazardous materials including Part 139 rules and regulations pertaining to ARFF;
    • Principles and practices of FAA records management;
    • Demonstrated skill in fire suppression, rescue and Emergency Medical Services (EMS);
    • Knowledge of firefighting and lifesaving techniques, methods and principles of aircraft rescue and structural firefighting, fire prevention and fire investigation;
    • Extensive experience in aircraft rescue and firefighting strongly preferred;
    • Knowledge of the operation and maintenance of crash, fire and rescue equipment and apparatus;
    • Preferred certifications may include one or more of the following: Firefighter level 1 & 2, Airport Firefighter, First Responder, Operation and Incident Commander and/or Fire Officer 1, 2, & 3, ICS- 100, 200, 300, 400, 700 and 800; Fire Instructor 1 & 2 and Fire Inspector 1, 2 & 3.

    The Port Authority of New York and New Jersey offers a competitive salary, an outstanding benefits package and a professional environment that supports development and recognizes achievement.

    The Port Authority of New York & New Jersey/Port Authority Trans-Hudson (PATH) is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

    TO APPLY PLEASE GO TO WWW.JOINTHEPORTAUTHORITY.COM  GO TO “POSITIONS AT THE PA” AND TYPE THE JOB TITLE IN KEYWORDS



Title Fire Safety Officer
Location Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky Int
Job Information

CLOSING DATE:
Open Until Filled

APPLY AT:  https://rew21.ultipro.com/CIN1003/JobBoard/JobDetails.aspx?__ID=*773F54BC36896A60

CLASS SUMMARY:
Trains for and responds to fire alarms and declared emergencies to provide efficient airport safety and security protection. Performs as a certified emergency medical technical using life safety skills.

ESSENTIAL DUTIES:
This class specification represents only the core areas of responsibilities; specific position assignments will vary depending on the needs of the department.
• Assists with pre-fire planning and in the location and suppression of aircraft and structural fires.
• Operates fire fighting vehicles and equipment in application of all type of fire extinguishing agents in affecting rapid control and extinguishment of fire.
• Performs Emergency Medical Technician duties as required. Responds to and mitigates emergency medical calls that occur on and off the airport.
• Performs preventative maintenance on airport fire fighting equipment to ensure proper working order.
• Assists in general housecleaning of airport fire department to maintain building and personnel health.
• Assists passengers with questions and problems to enhance the customer experience. Ensure that personnel are authorized to conduct business on the airfield and that credentials are correct.
• Performs airfield inspections of both lighting and structures to ensure passenger and worker safety.
• Participate in physical fitness program and maintain fitness requirements.
• Performs other duties of a similar nature and level as assigned.

EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE:
High School Diploma or GED; or, an equivalent combination of education and experience sufficient to successfully perform the essential duties of the job such as those listed above. Must be 18 years of age or older

LICENSING/CERTIFICATIONS:
• Certified Firefighter in the State of Kentucky for the Kenton County Airport Board;
• Certified Emergency Medical Technician (EMT) or ability to obtain certification within one year of hire;
• Valid Operators License;
• Maintain Security Identification Display Area (SIDA) clearance.

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES:
KNOWLEDGE OF:
• Chemistry of fire and operation of firefighting apparatus;
• Physical and chemical properties of aircraft fire fighting and combustible materials;
• Principles and applications of first aid;
• Fire ground safety;
• General knowledge of sprinkler systems, fire service alarms and protection systems;
• Ability to learn airport security procedures peculiar to the Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International Airport;
• FAR 139 as it applies to ARFF.

SKILL IN:
• Clearly and effectively communicating both orally and in writing;
• Use of a variety of computer-based technologies including word processing, and spreadsheets;
• Establishing and maintaining effective, fair, cooperative, collaborative and respectful relationships with internal and external colleagues, peers, work teams and workgroups.

ADA AND OTHER REQUIREMENTS:
Positions in this class typically require: climbing, balancing, stooping, kneeling, crouching, crawling, reaching, standing, walking, pushing, pulling, lifting, fingering, grasping, feeling, talking, hearing, seeing and repetitive motions. Must maintain the physical conditioning necessary to safely mitigate imminent danger or peril related to hazardous firefighting job duties; in order to lift and move injured persons, and deal with the physical and mental stress associated with the duties of this position.

Incumbents in this position are listed in KRS 61.592 (1) (b) as appropriate for Hazardous Duty status. Incumbents face a high degree of danger or peril associated with the presence of twisted metal and debris in the immediate rescue environment. Incumbents may be exposed to infectious diseases or blood borne pathogens as a result of working in close physical contact with the general public.
Very Heavy Work: Exerting in excess of 100 pounds of force occasionally, and/or in excess of 50 pounds of force frequently, and/or in excess of 20 pounds of force constantly to move objects.

The Kenton County Airport Board is an Equal Opportunity Employer/Minorities/Females/Disabled/Veterans



Title Firefighter
Location Wake Island, HI
Job Information

Company Hiring:

Chugach Federal Solutions, Inc.

Summary/General Description of Job:

Controls and extinguishes fires. The firefighter may drive a vehicle to scene of fire when necessary. For aircraft fires: Positions vehicle considering such factors as wind direction, sources of water, hazards from falling structures, and location of armaments or other aircraft; maneuvers the vehicle to keep the fire in optimum range while ensuring that back flash will not occur. For structural fires: Operates pumps, foam generators, boom and ground sweeps nozzles, and other similar equipment; determines proper pressures for the distances to be pumped and the number of lines being used; maintains a constant awareness of water levels in self-contained tanks and warns hand line and rescue man when tanks are close to running dry. Uses a variety of special protective gear for emergency operations; performs daily preventive maintenance inspection of vehicle and equipment. Performs minor maintenance such as fluid level checks and replenish as required, and draining and flushing tanks when necessary, and otherwise ensuring that all equipment is in serviceable condition.

Job Requirements (Education, Experience, Professional Associations):

Mandatory

 High school diploma or equivalent

 Three (3) years’ experience controlling or extinguishing fires as a member of an organized

military, industrial, volunteer, or governmental fire department or brigade

 Certified Firefighter I/II                                         (DoD, PROBOARD, or IFSAC)

 Hazardous Materials Awareness/Operations     (DoD, PROBOARD, or, IFSAC)

 Certified Driver Operator – Pumper                     (DoD, PROBOARD, or, IFSAC)

 Certified Driver Operator – ARFF                         (DoD, PROBOARD, or, IFSAC)

 Mobile Water Supply (MWS)                                 (DoD, PROBOARD, or, IFSAC)

 Certified Airport Firefighter                                   (DoD, PROBOARD, or, IFSAC)

Please apply at www.chugach.com/careers



Title Fire Instructor
Job Information

Our strengths: Pro-active team members

We are looking for a self-motivated, dynamic and professional fulltime Germany based:

FIRE INSTRUCTOR

Strategic Fire Solutions (SFS)

As an international operating company, SFS offers clients total solutions in all areas of fire protection. SFS not only advises governments, fire services and companies within the petrochemical and aviation industries but also implements individual tailored training courses either at our client’s base or at one of our cooperating training centers worldwide. Trainers and consultants are our company’s most important resource. Together with your knowledge, expertise and dedicated involvement you will be a part of our dynamic team and will help to continue the trust for our clients and take the business success of SFS to the next level.

Your next career move should be strategic!

Who you are

With at least ten years’ experience as a firefighter, five of which will have been performing fire service instructor duties, you will be able to put your interpersonal skills, firefighting and fire prevention expertise to
use in an international context. You have an aviation and/or industrial Fire Fighting background and will be familiar with NFPA, OSHA and other international training standards and will be able to conduct
presentations confidently and with good English skills. Not only will you be mentally and physically fit in accordance with fire service regulations and in possession of a SCBA certificate, but you will also be business
fit, with an ability to work under pressure, use your self-initiative, have a disciplined and methodical work ethic and you will be open to work in different countries and cultures.

What you will be doing

  • Develop training programs and/ or utilizing developed course materials based on the client’s needs
  • Perform instructional sessions worldwide -at the client’s location or in cooperation with our training-center-alliance (TCA) facilities
  • Manage basic resources, records and reports essential to the instructional process
  • Assemble course materials necessary for instruction
  • Conduct Training Needs Analysis (TNA)
  • Assist in fire prevention consultancy projects

What we can we do for you

We will offer you a workplace which gives you space for personal and professional development, a flexible work schedule, relocation assistance to Germany, a fair compensation and benefits package and
an enjoyable working environment, defined by tolerance, honesty and respect. Strategic Fire Solutions is an international company based in the heart of Europe.

Contact us
Send your resume/curriculum vitae, covering letter, certificates and references to:
Strategic Fire Solutions GbR
Wilhelm-Franke-Straße 25
D-01219 Dresden
Germany

For further information, do not hesitate to contact us at:
office@strategicfiresolutions.com
Tel. +49 (0) 351 27 23 19 41



Title EXPERIENCE ANTARCTICA
Location McMurdo or South Pole Antarctica
Job Information

PAE is a leader in providing worldwide solutions for base operations, logistics, construction, airfield operations, and personnel placement.

PAE is currently seeking the following Fire Department personnel to support the Antarctic Support Contract and the National Science Foundation’s United States Antarctic Program.

We are currently looking for people to deploy to McMurdo or South Pole Antarctic research stations for various periods of time. Summer season generally begins in August or October/early November and runs through the following February. Winter-over contracts generally begin in February and run through October. These contract times are flexible and changes may be made based on business needs.

Firefighter: 

  • IFSAC, Pro-Board/DoD, or State Certified Firefighter II; Airport Fire Fighter; Hazardous Materials First Responder: Operations and EMT-B required. National Incident Management System (NIMS): ICS 100 and 200 are required. Valid state drivers license is required.
  • Three years previous full time firefighting experience is required; two years volunteer experience or paid on-call time equals one year full time experience.

Firefighter, Lieutenant:

  • IFSAC, Pro-Board/DoD, or State Certified Fire Fighter I/II; Fire Officer I; Airport Fire Fighter; Hazardous Materials First Responder: Operations, and EMT-B are required. National Incident Management System (NIMS): ICS 100 and 200 required. Valid stat driver’s license is required.
  • IFSAC, Pro-Board/DoD or State Certified Driver Operator; Pumper/Mobile Water Supply; Driver Operator ARFF; Paramedic; Hazardous Materials Technician preferred.
  • Four years previous full time firefighting experience is required; two years volunteer experience or paid on-call time equals one year full time experience.  At least two years of experience as a supervisor is required.

All employees must successfully complete the physical and dental examinations as required by the NSF for deploying to Antarctica.

US Citizenship is required to work for the United States Antarctic Program.

PAE is an equal opportunity employer and drug- free workplace.

Please apply at www.pae.com/career.