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Title: ARFF Firefighter
Location: Memphis-Millington Airport
Job Information: DESCRIPTION:  

To Apply Please Go To:  LINK

DESCRIPTION:

We are looking for an ARFF Firefighter to join our growing team and take their career to the next level. We offer a flexible schedule and competitive pay. The successful candidate will be a self-starter, critical thinker, and good communicator.

RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • Responds to aircraft and airport emergencies
  • Inspects runways, taxiways and ramps per FAA requirements
  • Conducts regular inspections of the fuel farm and fueling vehicles
  • Maintain vehicle, equipment, and training readiness
  • Perform regular inspections and maintain daily logs

REQUIREMENTS:

  • Firefighter II or higher
  • EMT or higher and ARFF experience preferred
  • Must have 40 hour ARFF and Live Burn within 3 months of hire

Apply online at http://bit.ly/millairpt

Title: Division Chief – Training
Location: Greater Orlando Aviation Authority
Job Information: DESCRIPTION:  Job Closes on August 24

To Apply Please Go To:  LINK

We are the Orlando International Airport! The Greater Orlando Aviation Authority (GOAA) operates OIA and the Orlando Executive Airport. Our airport is a world-class facility serving more than 43 million guests each year and growing.  Orlando International Airport (OIA) is the second largest airport in Florida, the 13th busiest in the United States and the 41st in the world ranked by the transportation resource, catalyst and hub in the State of Florida.   The number of passengers during calendar year 2016 according to Airports Council International North America (ACI).

POSITION SUMMARY:  Management of an effective Aircraft Rescue and Fire Fighting (ARFF) training program at Orlando International Airport. Has direct oversight of the Emergency Medical Services (EMS) and Training areas. Maintain personnel compliance as required by FAR 139 and State of Florida regulatory training programs. Function in a primary role as Safety Officer on emergency scenes; may be assigned to the Emergency Operations Center (EOC) and/or as command staff on the scene of an emergency. Supervise employees in assigned area. Perform other duties as assigned.

 MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS:

  • Florida Fire Officer II Certificate or Associate degree or higher in a related field with three (3) years training management experience in a Fire Service agency and two (2) years ARFF related experience, or an equivalent combination of closely related education, training, and experience. Experience as an Officer in a Fire Service agency required.
  • Must have a thorough knowledge of NFPA code, FAA, fire service, EMS regulations and fire ground safety procedures.
  • Must have demonstrated leadership and/or supervisory skills and the skill to function as Incident Commander with multiple agencies using NIMS.
  • Ability to develop and deliver a multitude of training programs
  • Must have good interpersonal skills and the ability to provide training to a wide variety of customers.
  • Must have a thorough knowledge of computer programs, data processing and effective oral and written communication skills.

LICENSES/CERTIFICATIONS REQUIRED:

  • Valid Florida driver’s license
  • State of Florida Firefighting Certificate of Compliance as prescribed by Florida State Statute 633
  • State of Florida EMT or Paramedic License
  • Emergency Vehicle Operators Course (EVOC)
  • State of Florida Instructor I or higher

THE FOLLOWING ARE REQUIRED UPON HIRE OR MUST BE OBTAINED WITHIN 18 MONTH

  • State of Florida Live Fire Training Instructor I, or higher
  • State of Florida Incident Safety Officer
  • NIMS 100/200/300/400/700/800
  • State of Florida Fire Officer II, or higher
  • Relief Officer Program for District Chief

BENEFITS:
The Greater Orlando Aviation Authority offers a comprehensive benefits package.

  • Paid Vacation, Holiday, Sick and Personal Leave Days • Florida Retirement Systems (FRS)• Health, Dental, and Vision Insurance • Wellness Programs • Short Term Disability, Long Term Disability and Life Insurance • Employee Assistance program •Education Reimbursement • Employee Discounts • Employee Recognition Program• Management Leave

To apply, please visit us at:   www.orlandoairports.net  Job Closes on August 24, 2018

 

Greater Orlando Aviation Authority

Human Resources

5855 Cargo Road

Orlando, Florida 32827

 

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Title: ARFF Program Specialist
Location: Fire & Rescue Training Inst. University of Missouri – Columbia
Job Information: DESCRIPTION:

To Apply Please Go To:  LINK

Job Title: ARFF Program Specialist           Job Code: 8120

Program/Area of Responsibility               ARFF Program

The University of Missouri Fire and Rescue Training Institute (MU FRTI) provides training throughout Missouri and nationally, to volunteer and career firefighters, fire specialists, fire officers, members of industrial and institutional fire brigades, and members of allied emergency services organizations.

Position Description

The ARFF Program Specialist of the Fire and Rescue Training Institute is responsible for managing and coordinating the operational activities of our nationally recognized Aircraft Rescue and Fire Fighting (ARFF) program, along with other specialized assignments. This position has responsibility to deliver courses under grant, contract, and fee based funding, and to solicit and seek additional funding opportunities for training within their area of specialization. This position is responsible for the direct supervision and coordination of part-time adjunct, and contract instructors that are qualified in the specific disciplines, and other staff as assigned. This position may also provide technical assistance to public and private sector agencies. This position reports to the Director of MU FRTI.

Major Duties and Responsibilities

  • Manage and coordinate specialized training for the aircraft rescue and firefighting program. Plan, develop, and deliver training in the identified program area to meet fire and emergency service training needs within available resources. Organize and lead qualified instructors in the necessary operational activities to complete complex and challenging training activities.
  • Direct oversight and management of the ARFF Program budget within MU and Missouri Department of Transportation (MODOT) requirements and guidelines. Oversee the operation, maintenance, and service of $1.5 million Mobile Aircraft Fire Trainer (MAFT) simulator state asset under MODOT Lease agreement with MU FRTI.
  • Initiate and prepare course-funding contracts. Work with Airports, ARFF Agencies, and other entities on scheduling and conducting training programs in the central Midwest FAA region and beyond. Provide necessary state agency reports upon request.
  • Uses and follows the Institute’s procedure and format to set-up, and schedule courses including: facilities, instructional resources, and time line for delivery. Schedule training classes so that specified classes are delivered according to Institute policy. Identify and document resources required to meet specific training goals.
  • Perform instructional duties that involve the utilization of multiple teaching methods and techniques so a target audience is reached and learning objectives for the lesson are achieved. Supervise students as required, during training scenarios with increased hazard exposure, so that all Institute safety standards and practices are followed, and all class objectives are achieved. Lead students in live fire and/or rescue training scenarios. Work as a member of, or lead instructor, as part of an instructional team as required to fulfill teaching assignments. Coordinate assigned staff and adjunct instructors to accomplish training objectives and program area goals.
  • With a known topic, audience characteristics, and a standard lesson plan format, develop a lesson plan so the performance requirements for the topic are achieved. The lesson plan includes learning objectives, lesson outline, course materials, and instructional aids.
  • Using Institute guidelines develop student oral, written, and performance tests using a specific lesson plan, learning objectives, and training goals so that the tests show if the student achieved the stated objectives. Administer oral, written, and performance tests. Using Institute forms, policies and procedures, and in a timely manner, grade and record the test results and process all course related paperwork.
  • As required, perform necessary duties to set-up, inspect, test and return to service all equipment and technical training devices used for courses. Procure new or replacement equipment as required.
  • As required, operate vehicles, technical training props, and simulator systems. Perform driver operator duties for over-the-road transport of the Institute’s technical training props/equipment trailers to location in and out-of-state. Maintain a Commercial Driver’s License (CDL) and meet DOT requirements for over-the-road transport driver.
  • Compile and tabulate course data and perform assessment of program status on a regular basis. Provide monthly and annual reports to the MU FRTI Director on course data, status, and funding. Monitor trends and make recommendations to the Director.
  • Coordinate, initiate, and schedule meetings of the instructors within their specialty areas to discuss current status, plan operational activities, and address issues. Recruit, select, train, and qualify additional specialized instructors as needed.
  • Enforce MU FRTI, Extension, and University policies. Recommend changes or additions to MU FRTI policies that are needed for their program area of responsibility.
  • Maintain a positive professional relationship with statewide, regional and local fire service organizations and entities to assist the Director in achieving cooperation and assistance in meeting University and Institute program objectives, and to facilitate the exchange of information.
  • Perform general office duties including typing, data entry, and filing, mailings, processing paperwork and reports, and handling inquiries.
  • Participate in continuing education activities as required to maintain and/or enhance their knowledge/certifications in specified areas of instruction.
  • Perform other MU FRTI duties as assigned.

Supervision Received

This position reports to the Director of the MU FRTI.

Supervision Exercised

Functional supervision is exercised over specialized adjunct, and contract instructors qualified in ARFF and other technical areas assigned. Additional staff may also be assigned dependent on program needs.

Physical Demands

Must be capable of performing, demonstrating, and leading students in various firefighting and emergency response techniques as identified in the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) standards 1001 Standard for Fire Fighter Professional Qualifications, 1003 Standard for Airport Fire Fighter Professional Qualifications and 1403 Standard on Live Fire Training Evolutions. Extensive travel is required. The duties may require frequent evening and weekend work.

Work Environment

Work activity takes place in a variety of settings and extremes including office, classroom, outdoor practical training areas, confined spaces, elevated areas, water environment, live fire and other potentially hazardous environments and atmospheres. In addition, the Specialist work activities will require the use of and the wearing of specialized personal protective clothing/equipment for firefighters, rescuers, hazardous materials, and industrial workers.

Qualifications

A minimum of an Associate Degree, Bachelors preferred, from a recognized institution and five years of fire and emergency service work experience in the specialization of aircraft rescue and firefighting, of which two years were at the supervisory level. In lieu of educational degree, professional certifications and experience may be considered.

A current Missouri Fire Service Instructor II certification is required along with certifications/credentials in technical aspects of ARFF. Two years’ experience performing or teaching technical fire or ARFF courses. Two years of experience in the coordination or supervision of training programs for fire and/or emergency services. Have, or be able to obtain, a Missouri Commercial Driver’s License (CDL-A) within the first 6 months of employment.

Preferred Qualifications

National Certifications:

  • NFPA 1001: Standard for Fire Fighter Professional Qualifications, Levels I and II
  • NFPA 1003: Standard for Airport Fire Fighter Professional Qualifications
  • NFPA 1403: Standard on Live Fire Training Evolutions, Live Fire Instructor
  • NFPA 1521: Standard for Fire Department Safety Officer, Incident Safety Officer
  • Certified Training Officer, Center for Public Safety Excellence (CPSE) or International Society of Fire Service Instructors (ISFSI)
  • Aircraft Rescue and Fire Fighting, Federal Aviation Administration

Training programs:

  • Training Program Management, National Fire Academy
  • Incident Command System, I-100, I-200, I-300 and I-400

Title: LIEUTENANT, TRAINING
Location: Greater Orlando Aviation Authority
Job Information: DESCRIPTION:

To Apply Please Go To:  LINK

We are the Orlando International Airport! The Greater Orlando Aviation Authority (GOAA) operates OIA and the Orlando Executive Airport. Our airport is a world-class facility serving more than 43 million guests each year and growing. Orlando International Airport (OIA) is the second largest airport in Florida, the 13th busiest in the United States and the 41st in the world ranked by the transportation resource, catalyst and hub in the State of Florida. The number of passengers during calendar year 2016 according to Airports Council International North America (ACI).

POSITION SUMMARY: Organize and coordinate an effective Aircraft Rescue and Fire Fighting (ARFF) training program at Orlando International Airport.

MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS:

  • Florida Fire Officer I Certificate or an Associate degree or higher in a related field with three (3) years training experience in a Fire Service agency, or an equivalent combination of closely related education, training, and experience. One (1) year ARFF related experience required. Experience as an Officer in a Fire Service agency preferred.
  • Must have good interpersonal skills, ability to provide training to various customers and ability to develop and implement applicable training programs.
  • Must have knowledge of applicable NFPA codes, applicable FAA regulations, thorough knowledge of fire ground safety procedures and State of Florida fire service regulations, statutes and rules.
  • Must have demonstrated leadership skills, and effective oral and written communication skills.
    The following Certifications are required:

    • State of Florida EMT or Paramedic License
    • Valid Florida Driver’s License
    • State of Florida Firefighting Certificate of Compliance prescribed by Florida State Statute 633
    • Emergency Vehicle Operator Course (EVOC) certification
  • The following Licenses / Certifications are required at time of hired or must be obtained within 18 months:
    • State of Florida Fire Officer I, or higher
    • State of Florida Instructor I, or higher
    • State of Florida Live Fire Training Instructor I, or higher
    • State of Florida Incident Safety Officer
    • NIMS 100/200/300/400/700/800
  • The Greater Orlando Aviation Authority offers a comprehensive benefits package.
    • Paid Vacation, Holiday, Sick and Personal Leave Days • FRS Retirement Plan • Health, Dental, and Vision Insurance • Wellness Programs • Short Term Disability, Long Term Disability and Life Insurance • Employee Assistance program •Education Reimbursement • Employee Discounts • Employee Recognition Program• Management LeaveTo apply, please visit us at: www.orlandoairports.net
      Greater Orlando Aviation Authority
      Human Resources
      5855 Cargo Road
      Orlando, Florida 32827
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