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Title:  Fire Chief

Location: Allegheny County Airport Auth.

Job Information: DESCRIPTION:

To Apply Please Go To: LINK

 At the Allegheny County Airport Authority, it is our vision to reflect and serve the community, inspire the industry, and advance the region’s role as a world leader. We look for talented people who are uniquely qualified to serve our mission of becoming a global aviation leader, driving innovation, regional growth and prosperity.

 At the ACAA we all have a role in the ambitious transformation of becoming a smarter airport that will enhance the passenger experience and deliver on our mission of being a global aviation leader. Here is how the Fire Chief will help:

  •  Direct fire department response to all emergency incidents including aircraft alerts and incidents at PIT and AGC, coordinating aircraft rescue firefighting activities at the scene of an aircraft incident
  • Direct the planning and execution of 14 CFR Part 139 including exercises and events
  • Ensure application of current NFPA code and ARFF regulations as necessary to maintain the airports’ 14 CFR Part 139 certificates. 
  • Develop and implement standard operational procedures and departmental guidelines to provide optimal operation in support or organizational goals and objectives
  • Compile and review all MSDS sheets and SARA TITLE III activities including emergency responses based on the Superfund Amendments and Reauthorization act of 1986
  • Ensure all applicable facility and equipment inspections are conducted and risks mitigated to ensure a safe working and operational environment
  • Review and approve plans for airport jurisdictional building/facilities, ensuring compliance with all federal, state, and local fire, rescue, and life safety standards
  • Prepare routine correspondence for internal and external distribution pertaining to decisions, problems, requests and others associated with the ARFF functional area
  • Review daily and weekly staff activities, briefing platoons on updated plans, schedules, developments and/or procedures
  • Conduct training classes on fire safety & prevention, and arson reporting practices & procedures
  • Meet with the public, federal, state and local regulatory agencies, other fire officials and professional organizations to provide information, resolve problems, plan activities and take other action required to meet the needs of the aviation community
  • Prepare and manage department operating budget
  • Provide support and development to staff through performance management, coaching, training, motivation, and discipline
  • Performs other related tasks as assigned or required.

Our culture is innovative and customer centric. We are a learning and performance culture where how we accomplish our priorities is equally important as what we accomplish. The successful candidate in the Fire Chief role will exhibit the following key competencies: Competencies for Director

  • Communication – Able to clearly articulate short-term vision, departmental goals and objectives; Collaborate effectively with peers; Able to communicate policy and strategy to team members
  • Strategic Thinking – Able to determine short-term outcomes and give guidance on how to meet goals; Able to direct and deliver plans to achieve efficient, on-time results
  • Team Builder – Able to direct and implement project objectives through “one team” approach; Focused on developing team; Direct work of team through leadership and accountability; Makes informed decisions
  • Customer Centricity – Leads team to identify and improve customer experience; Directs and implements improvements that positively impacts most stakeholders

The minimum requirements needed to qualify for the Fire Chief role are:

  • Bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university in fire services, public safety, aviation management or a related field. 
  • Five-Seven years related fire management experience.
  • Certifications by Pennsylvania State or Nationally Recognized Equivalent: Firefighter 2, Airport Firefighter, EMT, Haz-Mat Incident Commander, Fire Officer 1, 2, & 3, Fire Instructor 1 & 2, Fire Inspector 1 & 2. 
  • NIMS Certification and Training; AAAE CMF preferred.
  • Possess, or obtain prior to employment, a valid driver’s license. Note: license must be maintained throughout employment. 

All interested candidates should apply through the company website at www.flypittsburgh.com/careers.

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Title:  Airport Firefighter/Operations Coordinator

Location: Laughlin/Bullhead International Airport

Job Information: DESCRIPTION:

To Apply Please Go To: LINK

POSITION SUMMARY:
The Aircraft Rescue Firefighter/Operations Coordinator is an all-encompassing position covering Aircraft Rescue Firefighting and Airport Operation duties during your assigned shift, operating within established guidelines and procedures. Duties to include, but not limited to, emergency response to aircraft incidents, medical emergencies, and performing various inspections to ensure compliance regulations with federal, state and local requirements for commercial airports. Other duties include aiding in responsibilities for all aspects of airport security/safety, coordinating and reviewing aircraft operations, as well as various community relations. Work is performed under the direct supervision of the Manager of Airport Fire & Operations and indirectly by the Assistant Airport Director.

JOB DESCRIPTION AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
• Ensure the airport is efficiently operated in a safe and secure manner by maintaining constant awareness of all activities on airport property affecting tenants and the general public in accordance with all established rules, regulations and criteria of federal and local governments.
• Ability to maintain familiarity with Federal, State, and Local aviation rules and regulations.
• Maintain compliance with all aspects of the Airport Certification Manual (ACM). Duties include, but are not limited to:
• Daily Part 139 inspections of the airfield identifying any discrepancies, issuing proper notifications, and ensuring a proper resolution.
• Monitor construction and maintenance activity to ensure compliance with Part 139 and Part 77 standards.
• Issue appropriate NOTAMs when hazards exist.
• Initiate notification to Maintenance personnel when discrepancies, potential problems, and repair issues are identified.
• Respond to emergency situations and evaluate immediate life-threatening situations, make quick decisions for incident stabilization, to include:
• Utilize tools for various operations such as, but not limited to, fire axe, gas-powered circular saw, pike pole and handline
• Work in confined spaces, at heights greater than ten feet, in extreme temperatures and weather conditions and for long periods of time requiring sustained physical activity and intense concentration.
• Assist with the compliance of the Airport Security Program, monitor airfield and terminal areas in accordance with the MCAA Rules and Regulations, and take corrective actions when necessary, in
accordance with CFR 1542.
• Complete written reports accurately, provide daily briefings, and other tasks/projects as needed.

MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS:
• Must be a Citizen or legally able to work in the United States
• Must be at least 21 years old
• Must possess High School Diploma or GED
• Must possess a valid Arizona Driver’s License
• Must attend 40-hour basic ARFF training within 90 days of employment

DESIRABLE SKILLS AND CERTIFICATIONS:
• College level education in the following subjects: Airport/Aviation Management, Fire Science, or other related fields of study.
• Basic Airport Safety and Operations Specialist (ASOS) certification
• Firefighter I/II (IFSAC/ProBoard)
• AZ EMT-B Certification
• Completion of NIMS 100, 200, 700 and 800
• Willingness to attend continuing education classes to assure minimal standards are met
• Ability to operate heavy equipment such as ARFF apparatus and airfield sweeper

COMPENSATION AND BENEFITS:
Starting Salary: $36,000 DOE, with benefits that include:
• Health insurance
• Dental insurance
• Vision insurance
• Arizona State Retirement System (ASRS) Enrollment
• Educational Reimbursement/Certification Programs
• Short/Long Term Disability Accommodation
• Paid holidays
• Personal holiday time
• Paid Time Off (PTO)
-Must be capable of passing an FBI criminal history record check per 49 CFR Part 1542. Must pass a preemployment drug test and all subsequent random drug tests conducted during employment.
-Must complete initial hire packet prior to attending Basic 40-hour ARFF Training Facility, all expenses will be paid by MCAA. Upon completion of Basic 40-hour ARFF Training, must be willing to sign an 18-month training agreement.

HOW TO APPLY:
Visit our website at www.flyifp.com for an employment application and email your application, cover letter/resume, and corresponding certifications no later than 5pm (MST) on (04/01/2021) to:
-Manager of Airport Fire & Operations, Mansour Richa at: MRicha@flyifp.com
Feel free to email the above address for questions regarding the position, compensation, benefits, our airport or the
surrounding area!

Title:  Program Coordinator I – SC Fire Academy

Location: Richland County, SC

Job Information: DESCRIPTION:

To Apply Please Go To: LINK

STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA Department of Labor, Licensing & Regulation

110 Centerview Drive, Kingstree Building Columbia, SC 29210
INVITES APPLICATIONS FOR THE POSITION OF:
Program Coordinator I – SC Fire Academy
An Equal Opportunity Employer
THE LANGUAGE USED IN THIS DOCUMENT DOES NOT CREATE AN EMPLOYMENT CONTRACT BETWEEN THE EMPLOYEE AND THE AGENCY. THIS DOCUMENT DOES NOT CREATE ANY CONTRACTUAL RIGHTS OR ENTITLEMENTS. THE AGENCY RESERVES THE RIGHT TO REVISE THE CONTENT OF THIS DOCUMENT, IN WHOLE OR IN PART. NO PROMISES OR ASSURANCES, WHETHER WRITTEN OR ORAL, WHICH ARE CONTRARY TO OR INCONSISTENT WITH THE TERMS OF THIS PARAGRAPH CREATE ANY CONTRACT OF EMPLOYMENT.

OPENING DATE: 02/10/21
CLOSING DATE: 03/11/21 11:59 PM
JOB TITLE: Program Coordinator I – SC Fire Academy
CLASS CODE: AH35
POSITION NUMBER: 60028208
SLOT NUMBER:
STATE SALARY RANGE: $33,494.00 – $61,975.00 Annually
AGENCY HIRING RANGE – MIN: $33,494 AGENCY HIRING RANGE – MAX: $47,734
LOCATION: Richland County, South Carolina
JOB TYPE: FTE – Full-Time
NORMAL WORK SCHEDULE: Monday – Friday (8:30 – 5:00)
RESIDENCY REQUIREMENT: RESIDENCY REQUIREMENT SPECIFICS (IF ANY):
AGENCY SPECIFIC APPLICATION PROCEDURES: The Department of Labor, Licensing and Regulation’s (LLR) mission is to promote the health, safety and economic well-being of the public through regulation, licensing, enforcement, training and education. LLR requires individuals to complete an online application to apply for this position. You can access the jobs.sc.gov website 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, wherever you have internet access. Applicants will be required to submit a copy of their highest earned degree or transcripts (if applicable) prior to an offer being extended. This will serve as verification of credentials listed on the application. Applicants may attach their highest earned degree or transcripts when submitting an application or present at the time of interview. Supplemental questions are considered part of your official application. Any misrepresentation will result in your disqualification from employment. Please complete the State application to include all current and previous work history and education. A resume will not be accepted nor reviewed to determine if an applicant has met the qualifications for the position.

JOB RESPONSIBILITIES:
Teaches as a lead instructor for Academy with specific interest in Industrial and ARFF firefighting programs, both on and off site. Also assists in Municipal, Haz-Mat, and Rescue Programs as needed. Job requires wearing Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) and/or the use of a Self-Contained Breathing Apparatus (SCBA), entering burn buildings with smoke present, fighting live fires on training props (both in and outside), raising and lowering ladders, climbing ladders, and/or moving equipment that averages 100lbs. Teaches and conducts other SCFA courses as assigned. Serves as a member of the site emergency team on the State Fire Campus, including responding to site fires or incidents. Plans and/or coordinates State Fire Industrial and ARFF Programs as assigned to include registering students, billing and preparing customer contracts, and submitting student payments after course completion. Assists in the setup of fire equipment and props as required. Performs minor maintenance of fire and rescue equipment and props. Drives a state vehicle or fire apparatus as needed. Supervises instructors, staff, and/or inmates as needed with assigned work or courses. Performs other duties as assigned.

MINIMUM AND ADDITIONAL REQUIREMENTS:
A bachelor’s degree and relevant program experience. A combination of education, relevant training, and experience may be considered as substitution for a bachelor’s degree upon approval by the Division of State Human Resources. Must be able to work nights, weekends, and/or holidays in inclement weather and in hazardous environments. Overnight travel and the ability to drive a state vehicle. Requires Current South Carolina Drivers’ License and motor vehicle record that complies with State and Agency fleet guidelines. Ability to climb a ladder, lift objects over 100 pounds, wear PPE (to include fit testing for respirator use and successful completion of required OSHA compliant medical physical), and work within IDLH environments.

PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS:
Three years instructional experience in fire prevention, fire protection, and/or related courses.

ADDITIONAL COMMENTS:
LLR is an equal opportunity employer and complies with all applicable employment laws. The Agency will recruit, hire, train, and promote all persons without regarding to race, color, sex, sexual orientation, gender, religion, national origin, age, military status, disability, or history of disability that can be reasonably accommodated, pregnancy, childbirth, or related medical conditions (including, but not limited to, lactation). The Agency will base employment decisions so as to further the principle of equal employment opportunity. The Agency will ensure that promotion decisions are in accordance with the principle of equal employment opportunity by having valid requirements for promotional opportunities. Further, personnel actions will be administered without regarding to the protected characteristics as noted above.

Program Coordinator I – SC Fire Academy Supplemental Questionnaire

*1.  The Department of Labor, Licensing and Regulation’s (LLR) mission is to promote the health, safety and economic well-being of the public through regulation, licensing, enforcement, training and education. LLR requires individuals to complete an online application to apply for this position. You can access the jobs.sc.gov website 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, wherever you have internet access. Applicants will be required to submit a copy of their highest earned degree or transcripts (if applicable) prior to an offer being extended. This will serve as verification of credentials listed on the application. Applicants may attach their highest earned degree or transcripts when submitting an application or present at the time of interview. Supplemental questions are considered part of your official application. Any misrepresentation will result in your disqualification from employment. Please complete the State application to include all current and previous work history and education. A resume will not be accepted nor reviewed to determine if an applicant has met the qualifications for the position. I acknowledge that I have read, understand and agree with the above.
___Yes    ___No

*2.  As part of the application process, applicants will be required to submit a copy of their highest earned degree or transcripts (if applicable) prior to an offer being extended. This will serve as verification of required education, certification, and/or licensure requirements for the position. Applicants may attach their highest degree earned or transcripts when submitting an application or at the time of an interview. Applicants who will be required to drive a state vehicle or on behalf of the state as part of the duties of the position will be required to submit an acceptable 10-year motor vehicle record (MVR) that complies with state fleet guidelines. I acknowledge that I have read, understand and agree with the above.
___Yes    ___No

*3.  Have you listed ALL of your previous positions or jobs held for the past 10 years?
___Yes    ___No

*4.  Have you ever worked for the SC Department of Labor, Licensing and Regulation? If yes, please provide the approximate dates of work and last job title held at LLR.

*5.  Have you ever worked for a SC state agency? If yes, please provide the agency name(s), approximate dates of work with each agency, and last job title held for the agency.

*6.  Are you willing to accept a salary within the range of $33,494 to $47,734?
Yes No

*7.  If you have not been separated from South Carolina State Government employment as a part of a reduction-in-force (RIF) within the past 12 months, have you been given formal notice of such a separation by your SC State Government employer?
___Yes    ___No

*  8.  How did you hear about this position with LLR?
SC Association of Counties USC Benedict College SC State Claflin University Allen University Voorhees College Dept. of Employment & Workforce Winthrop University Columbia College Denmark College Orangeburg Tech Aiken Tech Columbia Urban League Careers.sc.gov Goodwill Job Connection Indeed Facebook Municipal Association of South Carolina Family or Friend Dailydispatch.com Firerescue1.com Firejobs.com
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Job #60028208 PROGRAM COORDINATOR I – SC FIRE ACADEMY TC

Title:  Airport Police & Fire Officer I/II

Location: Anchorage, AK

Job Information: DESCRIPTION:

To Apply Please Go To: LINK

Title:  Firefighter Training Coordinator

Location: Jacksonville, FL

Job Information: DESCRIPTION:

To Apply Please Go To: LINK

FLORIDA STATE COLLEGE AT JACKSONVILLE JOB DESCRIPTION, 2020
FIRE FIGHTER TRAINING COORDINATOR FLSA STATUS: EXEMPT PAY GRADE: 20 P
JOB FAMILY: MANAGERIAL/SUPERVISORY- ACADEMICS JOB FUNCTION: MANAGERIAL/SUPERVISORY
GENERAL STATEMENT OF JOB

The Fire Fighter Training Coordinator (FFTC) provides general coordination and supervision of Fire Fighter Minimum Standards and/or Contract training at the Fire Academy of the South (FAS) placing emphasis on instructionally related issues and technical assistance. This position is responsible for approximately 50 adjunct faculty and provides direct supervision to adjuncts. Duties include being the lead instructor, scheduling adjuncts and logistical duties to support the training functions. This position also coordinates with the Assistant Director of the Fire Academy of the South for scheduling training.

ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
Serve as lead instructor for Contract Training to ensure continuity of training and/or assign lead instructors for each Minimum Standards Fire Fighter class.

Coordinate the logistical requirements to support the programs/contract training by communicating with Fire Agency Chiefs, Fire Fighters and future fire students

Recruit, interview and recommend hiring of adjunct faculty. Observe adjunct faculty delivering the program material and make recommendations on adjunct retention.

Create a training calendar for the classes, ensuring the curriculum has the required amount of time reserved and schedule the appropriately certified adjunct instructors while ensuring instructor ratios are maintained.

Field phone calls and emails from potential program/contract training students explaining program requirements, length and cost of programs, and challenges to being successful in a Fire Fighter related field.

Schedule and administer the Physical Ability Test (PAT) to potential recruits. This includes setting up the testing course, demonstrating the required actions, timing the applicants as they “run” the course and properly document the “run” times.
Conduct a Safety Review and/or review of the “Academy Rules” with new students. Act as liaison between the Fire Academy of the South staff and students in the class.

Maintain inventory control by ensuring all students have the necessary equipment issued to them at the beginning of the program of study/contracted training and collected from the students upon completion of the program/contracted training .

Florida State College at Jacksonville

Fire Fighter Training Coordinator (FFTC) – Aircraft Rescue Fire Fighter (ARFF)

The Fire Fighter Training Coordinator (FFTC) – ARFF provides general coordination and supervision of Fire Fighter Minimum Standards and/or Contract training at the Fire Academy of the South (FAS) placing emphasis on instructionally related issues and technical assistance. This position is responsible for approximately 50 adjunct faculty and provides direct supervision to adjuncts. Duties include being the lead instructor, scheduling adjuncts and logistical duties to support the training functions. This position also coordinates with the Assistant Director of the Fire Academy of the South for scheduling training.

The Fire Academy of the South has a state of the art ARFF simulator.  Fire fighters from around the world travel to the FAS to receive ARFF training.  FAS provides a one stop, turn key high-quality training program.  This allows Fire Chiefs to send their fire fighters to the FAS with relative ease.  This position will not only be the lead ARFF instructor, but also coordinate the logistics of local travel, hotel stays, and catering during training days.  This position will schedule training days and supervise a pool of ARFF adjunct instructors.  This position will report to the Assist Director of the Fire Academy of the South.

At a minimum the selected candidate must have eight (8) years of Fire Fighter experience; Florida Fire Instructor I certification; Live Fire Instructor certification; and ARFF certification. Additionally, the preferred candidate will have ten (10) years of Fire Fighter experience and a minimum two (2) years as a certified Fire Instructor.

Review of applications for this position will begin in January, 2021 and continue until a candidate is selected.  Interested candidates must submit a Florida State College at Jacksonville online application. A resume will not be accepted in lieu of submitting an online application. Please visit https://Jobs.FSCJ.edu to learn more about this position and to complete the required online application.

 Florida State College at Jacksonville is a member of the Florida State College System. Florida State College at Jacksonville is not affiliated with any other public or private university or College in Florida or elsewhere.

 Florida State College at Jacksonville is accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges to award the baccalaureate degree and the associate degree. Contact the Commission on Colleges at 1866 Southern Lane, Decatur, Georgia 30033-4097, or call (404) 679-4500 for questions about the accreditation of Florida State College at Jacksonville. The Commission is to be contacted only if there is evidence that appears to support an institution’s significant non-compliance with a requirement or standard.

 Florida State College at Jacksonville is an equal access, equal opportunity College and affirms its commitment to ensure that each member of the College community shall be permitted to work in an environment free from any form of discrimination or harassment based upon race, disability, color, ethnicity, national origin, religion, gender, age, sex, sexual orientation/expression, marital status, veteran status, or genetic information. The College recognizes its obligation to work toward a community in which diversity is respected and appreciated and equal access and equal opportunity is provided. Florida State College at Jacksonville maintains a smoke-free/drug-free environment.

Title:  Airport Police & Fire Officer I/II

Location: Alaska Airport Int’l Airport System

Job Information: DESCRIPTION:

To Apply Please Go To: LINK

POLICE

Our Airport Police and Fire Department strives to deliver the highest standard of service to Alaskans and visitors from all over the world at one of the busiest cargo airports in North America.  As an employee, you will enjoy the benefits of working for one of the most unique public safety departments anywhere.  

As an Airport Police & Fire Officer, you are responsible for law enforcement, firefighting, and medical first responders at the Anchorage Airport.

As such, once hired on, you will be enrolled at an Alaska Police Standards Council (APSC) recognized training academy, currently with Anchorage Police or Alaska Law Enforcement Training (ALET-Sitka). You will also need to achieve certification through the Alaska Police Standards Council (APSC) as well as fire certifications through the Alaska Fire Standards Council (AFSC) by successfully passing the Fire Fighter I and II programs. Fire Academies are held at the Anchorage Airport Fire Station. In addition to these, we will provide you with specialized training only offered by the State as an Aircraft Rescue Fire Fighting (ARFF). All of these trainings are not only paid for by the Department, but you will also draw in a salary while in training.

While the State will provide much of the needed training for the position, it will be up to you to attain your state Emergency Trauma Tech (ETT) certification as well as CPR and automated external defibrillation certifications to become medical first responder. 

Once you have obtained all of your certifications, you will begin in-the-field training with a senior officer. This typically takes about 12-14 months.

Finally, once all certifications and training are complete, you will join our well-oiled team, working in shifts, to keep your fellow Alaskans safe on their travels. The opportunity and challenge of tackling three diverse jobs – encompassing law enforcement, firefighting and emergency medical services – is equally met with great rewards.

Airport Police and Fire officers are certified law enforcement officers in the State of Alaska. They face a wide variety of law enforcement responsibilities and tasks — from assisting the traveling public to enforcing municipal & state laws to networking/assisting a myriad of diverse agencies.  Special emphasis is placed on supporting the regulations and policies of the Transportation Security Administration.  Providing a “customer-oriented service” is valued and emphasized. Officers are the primary law enforcement response for the terminals, airport roadways, Lake Hood Seaplane Base & Airport jurisdiction.

FIRE

One of the primary responsibilities of being an Airport Police and Fire officer is providing firefighting and rescue services in the event of an aircraft (large or small) incident or accident at the airport. Officers are required to operate large and complex firefighting vehicles.  They must possess proficiency with various firefighting and rescue tools. Officers are trained to work as part of a team and must be able to function in “highly-charged” situations when they arise.  Additionally, officers may be required to respond to a wide variety ofother firefighting emergencies such as structure fires and water rescue incidents.

First Responder

The Airport Police and Fire Department provides basic emergency medical services to the public. Officers must be prepared to handle a wide range of medical emergencies in an often-challenging diverse climate and environment.  Officers are certified as an Emergency Trauma Technician (ETT) and certified in basic life support (CPR) and automated external defibrillation (AED).  Other training includes triage for any mass-casualty incident that may occur.

SPECIAL TEAMS

As an employee of Airport Police and Fire, you may have the opportunity to participate in a variety of specialized teams based on your merit and availability.  In addition to the challenges already presented, these positions require additional training and duties.

Teams

  • Explosives Ordinance Disposal
  • Drug Interdiction Team
  • Water Rescue Team
  • Narcotic K9 interdiction
  • Honor Guard Team

Minimum Qualifications

Eligible to obtain a basic certificate as a police officer issued by the Alaska Police Standards Council and as a fire fighter issued by the Alaska Fire Standards Council.

At the time of hire applicants must:
Be a citizen of the United States.
AND
Be 21 years of age or older.
AND
Possess a high school diploma recognized by a state; diploma from a home school program recognized or certified by a state or by a local school district within a state as having met the state’s graduation requirements; or have passed a General Education Development (GED) test.
AND
Possess a valid driver’s license.

Special Note:
This class requires the use of a firearm. In accordance with the federal Omnibus Consolidated Appropriations Act of 1997 (PL-104-208), if you have been convicted of a misdemeanor crime of domestic violence, you may not hold a position in this job class.

As part of the selection process, an extensive background investigation will be conducted, including: a criminal background review; fingerprinting; medical, visual, hearing and psychological evaluations; a truth verification examination; and drug screening. Appointments will be made conditionally pending successful completion of all portions of the background process and the medical evaluation.

This job class requires the incumbent to be eligible to obtain a basic certificate as a police officer issued by the Alaska Police Standards Council. Incumbents are required to achieve certification within 13 months of appointment. Eligibility requires that the incumbent has:

Never been convicted of any felony or a misdemeanor crime of domestic violence by a civilian court of this state, the United States, or another state or territory, or by a military court.

During the past 10 years, not been convicted (by a civilian court of this state, the United States, or another state or territory, or by a military court) of a crime of dishonesty or crime of moral turpitude.

During the past 10 years, not been convicted (by a civilian court of this state, the United States, or another state or territory, or by a military court) of a crime that resulted in serious physical injury to another person.

During the past 10 years, not been convicted (by a civilian court of this state, the United States, or another state or territory, or by a military court) of two or more DUI offenses.

Never illegally manufactured, transported, or sold a controlled substance (unless under the age of 21 at the time of the act and the act occurred more than 10 years before the date of hire).

During the last five years, have not illegally used a Schedule IA, IIA, IIIA, IVA, or VA controlled substance (unless under the age of 21 at the time of using the controlled substance; or an immediate, pressing, or emergency medical circumstance existed to justify the use of a prescription controlled substance not specifically prescribed to the person).

During the year before hire, not have used marijuana (unless under the age of 21 at the time of use).

Have not been denied certification, had basic certification revoked or suspended, or have surrendered their basic certificate, in this state or another jurisdiction, unless the denial, revocation, suspension, or surrender has been rescinded by the council under 13 AAC 85.110 or by the responsible certifying agency of the issuing jurisdiction.

Are not under suspension of a basic certification in another jurisdiction, for the period of the suspension, unless the suspension has been rescinded by the responsible certifying agency of the issuing jurisdiction.

Additional Required Information

 

**NOTE: PLEASE READ THE FOLLOWING CAREFULLY**

LEGAL EMPLOYMENT
The State’s on-line recruitment system, Workplace Alaska, requires applicants to certify that they have a legal right to accept employment in the United States. It is the responsibility of the employee to maintain the appropriate documentation to accept or continue legal employment. The State of Alaska does not function in the role as an employer sponsor.

RECRUITMENT PROCESS
NOTE: Please be keep in mind that, due to the sheer number of applicants, all communication and notifications will be sent through email. Be sure to check your email regularly (Spam & Junk just in case) and inform our office if there is a change in your contact information. Persons who do not respond or do not successfully complete each phase of the hiring process will be considered withdrawn from the process. The hire process typically takes about 5 – 7 months before selections are made.
 
Our hire process is extensive and will require you to gather ALL of your current and past personal information and employment/residential history. Due to our line of work, we may require that you go far beyond the usual 10 year history.

For additional information go to this LINK

 

 

Title:  Fire Captain, Aircraft Rescue and Firefighting

Location: Sacramento County

Job Information: DESCRIPTION:

To Apply Please Go To: LINK

SACRAMENTO COUNTY

The Department of Personnel Services, Employment Services Division announces the exam for:
Fire Captain, Aircraft Rescue and Firefighting
Exam # 29161-20-O
Approximate Monthly Salary: $7,308.00 – $8,057.94

DESCRIPTION
Under direction, the Fire Captain, Aircraft Rescue and Firefighting supervises and performs work in preventing, controlling, and extinguishing fires; rescues persons endangered by aircraft crash and fire or structural fire; responds to and provides assistance for medical aid calls, vehicle accidents, and Hazmat incidents. This position may be designated as a staff specialist responsible for planning and coordinating training for assigned staff.

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS

  • Possession of a valid Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation for the Professional Rescuer Certificate
    AND
  • Possession of a valid Emergency Medical Technician (EMT) certificate
    AND
  • Possession of a valid California Class C driver license, or higher, with Firefighter endorsement
    AND
  • Three years of full-time paid experience performing firefighting duties

Filing Deadline: 5:00 PM on November 3, 2020

Please see job announcement for important testing information. This communication is a courtesy announcement only and is not meant to replace the full job announcement. Please view the official job announcement for all requirements and testing information. The full job announcement and online application is available for viewing on our website at www.saccountyjobs.net.

IMPORTANT REMINDER REGARDING PROVISIONAL APPOINTMENTS

  • Provisional employees in this class should file for this examination.
  • Individuals in provisional positions must be reachable on the eligible list to be considered for permanent appointment.
  • If a provisional is not reachable, it is the appointing authority’s responsibility to take the appropriate action to terminate the appointment. Civil Service Rule 7.5 states, “Provisional appointments shall terminate within twenty (20) calendar days after the date on which the eligible list is established.”

Title:  Firefighter – Aircraft Rescue & Firefighting Level I/II

Location: Sacramento County

Job Information: DESCRIPTION:

To Apply Please Go To: LINK

The Department of Personnel Services, Employment Services Division announces the exam for:
Firefighter, Aircraft Rescue and Firefighting Level I/II
Exam # 29163-A

Approximate Monthly Salary: $4,992.06 – $6,730.32

DESCRIPTION
Under supervision the Firefighter, Aircraft Rescue and Firefighting (Level I/II) performs work in controlling and extinguishing fires; rescuing persons endangered by aircraft crash or fire, or by structural fire; preventing fire by reducing or eliminating potential fire hazards; responding to and providing assistance for medical aid calls, vehicle accidents, and Hazmat incidents.

Sacramento County Fire is an operational ALS provider. Incumbents with a Paramedic Certificate may be eligible for a 10% differential which is added to the posted salary for this class.

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS
A High school diploma or GED
AND
Possession of a valid Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation for the Professional Rescuer Certificate
AND
Possession of a valid Emergency Medical Technician (EMT) certificate
AND
A Candidate Physical Ability Test (CPAT) Certificate issued within the last twelve months
First cut off is at 5:00 PM on October 15, 2020.
Please refer to job announcement for additional cut-off dates.
Final cut-off is at 5:00 PM on December 10, 2020.
Please see job announcement for important testing information. This communication is a courtesy announcement only and is not meant to replace the full job announcement. Please view the official job announcement for all requirements and testing information. The full job announcement and online application is available for viewing on our website at www.saccountyjobs.net.

IMPORTANT REMINDER REGARDING PROVISIONAL APPOINTMENTS

  • Provisional employees in this class should file for this examination.
  •  Individuals in provisional positions must be reachable on the eligible list to be considered for permanent appointment.
  • If a provisional is not reachable, it is the appointing authority’s responsibility to take the appropriate action to terminate the appointment. Civil Service Rule 7.5 states, “Provisional appointments shall terminate within twenty (20) calendar days after the date on which the eligible list is established.”

 

 

 

Title:  Airport Police & Fire Officer I/II

Location: Alaska Airport Int’l Airport System

Job Information: DESCRIPTION:

To Apply Please Go To: LINK

POLICE

Our Airport Police and Fire Department strives to deliver the highest standard of service to Alaskans and visitors from all over the world at one of the busiest cargo airports in North America.  As an employee, you will enjoy the benefits of working for one of the most unique public safety departments anywhere.  

As an Airport Police & Fire Officer, you are responsible for law enforcement, firefighting, and medical first responders at the Anchorage Airport.

As such, once hired on, you will be enrolled at an Alaska Police Standards Council (APSC) recognized training academy, currently with Anchorage Police or Alaska Law Enforcement Training (ALET-Sitka). You will also need to achieve certification through the Alaska Police Standards Council (APSC) as well as fire certifications through the Alaska Fire Standards Council (AFSC) by successfully passing the Fire Fighter I and II programs. Fire Academies are held at the Anchorage Airport Fire Station. In addition to these, we will provide you with specialized training only offered by the State as an Aircraft Rescue Fire Fighting (ARFF). All of these trainings are not only paid for by the Department, but you will also draw in a salary while in training.

While the State will provide much of the needed training for the position, it will be up to you to attain your state Emergency Trauma Tech (ETT) certification as well as CPR and automated external defibrillation certifications to become medical first responder. 

Once you have obtained all of your certifications, you will begin in-the-field training with a senior officer. This typically takes about 12-14 months.

Finally, once all certifications and training are complete, you will join our well-oiled team, working in shifts, to keep your fellow Alaskans safe on their travels. The opportunity and challenge of tackling three diverse jobs – encompassing law enforcement, firefighting and emergency medical services – is equally met with great rewards.

Airport Police and Fire officers are certified law enforcement officers in the State of Alaska. They face a wide variety of law enforcement responsibilities and tasks — from assisting the traveling public to enforcing municipal & state laws to networking/assisting a myriad of diverse agencies.  Special emphasis is placed on supporting the regulations and policies of the Transportation Security Administration.  Providing a “customer-oriented service” is valued and emphasized. Officers are the primary law enforcement response for the terminals, airport roadways, Lake Hood Seaplane Base & Airport jurisdiction.

FIRE

One of the primary responsibilities of being an Airport Police and Fire officer is providing firefighting and rescue services in the event of an aircraft (large or small) incident or accident at the airport. Officers are required to operate large and complex firefighting vehicles.  They must possess proficiency with various firefighting and rescue tools. Officers are trained to work as part of a team and must be able to function in “highly-charged” situations when they arise.  Additionally, officers may be required to respond to a wide variety ofother firefighting emergencies such as structure fires and water rescue incidents.

First Responder

The Airport Police and Fire Department provides basic emergency medical services to the public. Officers must be prepared to handle a wide range of medical emergencies in an often-challenging diverse climate and environment.  Officers are certified as an Emergency Trauma Technician (ETT) and certified in basic life support (CPR) and automated external defibrillation (AED).  Other training includes triage for any mass-casualty incident that may occur.

SPECIAL TEAMS

As an employee of Airport Police and Fire, you may have the opportunity to participate in a variety of specialized teams based on your merit and availability.  In addition to the challenges already presented, these positions require additional training and duties.

Teams

  • Explosives Ordinance Disposal
  • Drug Interdiction Team
  • Water Rescue Team
  • Narcotic K9 interdiction
  • Honor Guard Team

Minimum Qualifications

Eligible to obtain a basic certificate as a police officer issued by the Alaska Police Standards Council and as a fire fighter issued by the Alaska Fire Standards Council.

At the time of hire applicants must:
Be a citizen of the United States.
AND
Be 21 years of age or older.
AND
Possess a high school diploma recognized by a state; diploma from a home school program recognized or certified by a state or by a local school district within a state as having met the state’s graduation requirements; or have passed a General Education Development (GED) test.
AND
Possess a valid driver’s license.

Special Note:
This class requires the use of a firearm. In accordance with the federal Omnibus Consolidated Appropriations Act of 1997 (PL-104-208), if you have been convicted of a misdemeanor crime of domestic violence, you may not hold a position in this job class.

As part of the selection process, an extensive background investigation will be conducted, including: a criminal background review; fingerprinting; medical, visual, hearing and psychological evaluations; a truth verification examination; and drug screening. Appointments will be made conditionally pending successful completion of all portions of the background process and the medical evaluation.

This job class requires the incumbent to be eligible to obtain a basic certificate as a police officer issued by the Alaska Police Standards Council. Incumbents are required to achieve certification within 13 months of appointment. Eligibility requires that the incumbent has:

Never been convicted of any felony or a misdemeanor crime of domestic violence by a civilian court of this state, the United States, or another state or territory, or by a military court.

During the past 10 years, not been convicted (by a civilian court of this state, the United States, or another state or territory, or by a military court) of a crime of dishonesty or crime of moral turpitude.

During the past 10 years, not been convicted (by a civilian court of this state, the United States, or another state or territory, or by a military court) of a crime that resulted in serious physical injury to another person.

During the past 10 years, not been convicted (by a civilian court of this state, the United States, or another state or territory, or by a military court) of two or more DUI offenses.

Never illegally manufactured, transported, or sold a controlled substance (unless under the age of 21 at the time of the act and the act occurred more than 10 years before the date of hire).

During the last five years, have not illegally used a Schedule IA, IIA, IIIA, IVA, or VA controlled substance (unless under the age of 21 at the time of using the controlled substance; or an immediate, pressing, or emergency medical circumstance existed to justify the use of a prescription controlled substance not specifically prescribed to the person).

During the year before hire, not have used marijuana (unless under the age of 21 at the time of use).

Have not been denied certification, had basic certification revoked or suspended, or have surrendered their basic certificate, in this state or another jurisdiction, unless the denial, revocation, suspension, or surrender has been rescinded by the council under 13 AAC 85.110 or by the responsible certifying agency of the issuing jurisdiction.

Are not under suspension of a basic certification in another jurisdiction, for the period of the suspension, unless the suspension has been rescinded by the responsible certifying agency of the issuing jurisdiction.

Additional Required Information

 

**NOTE: PLEASE READ THE FOLLOWING CAREFULLY**

LEGAL EMPLOYMENT
The State’s on-line recruitment system, Workplace Alaska, requires applicants to certify that they have a legal right to accept employment in the United States. It is the responsibility of the employee to maintain the appropriate documentation to accept or continue legal employment. The State of Alaska does not function in the role as an employer sponsor.

RECRUITMENT PROCESS
NOTE: Please be keep in mind that, due to the sheer number of applicants, all communication and notifications will be sent through email. Be sure to check your email regularly (Spam & Junk just in case) and inform our office if there is a change in your contact information. Persons who do not respond or do not successfully complete each phase of the hiring process will be considered withdrawn from the process. The hire process typically takes about 5 – 7 months before selections are made.
 
Our hire process is extensive and will require you to gather ALL of your current and past personal information and employment/residential history. Due to our line of work, we may require that you go far beyond the usual 10 year history.

For additional information go to this LINK

 

 

Title:  Firefighter/EMT

Location:  Boeing Fire Dept. – Ridley, PA

Job Information: DESCRIPTION:

To Apply Please Go To:  LINK

The Boeing Fire Department is currently recruiting for two (2) Firefighter/EMT Positions located in Ridley Park, PA. Interested candidates should apply at:  https://jobs.boeing.com/job/ridley-park/firefighter/185/10891701

Job Description:
Boeing Fire Department places strong emphasis on Fire Prevention and risk avoidance. A background and/or willingness to learn the identification and application of fire code is required.

Position Responsibilities:
• Responds to and completes service requests as outlined in company procedures or desktop procedures.
• Inspects various routine, emergency and fixed fire protection equipment, systems and apparatus to ensure operational readiness and to comply with applicable codes, standards and company procedures and completes appropriate documentation.
• Responds to emergency calls for assistance to mitigate hazardous situations by operating specialized tools, equipment and apparatus.
• Determines the appropriate course of action within the scope of qualifications.
• Completes appropriate documentation.
• Conducts training for external customers in emergency preparedness and safety skills to meet regulatory requirements and satisfy customer requests.
• Completes appropriate documentation.
• Monitors systems and receives requests for fire department services.
• Completes building inspections; hot work control; fire protection systems configuration control; responding to and controlling all emergencies, including those involving ARFF, structures, equipment and vehicle fires, medical, hazardous material, and confined space rescue.
• The ability to interface with government agencies; local, state and federal Fire Department; security and fire protection management; other company management and customer; vendors and suppliers.

Boeing is the world’s largest aerospace company and leading manufacturer of commercial airplanes and defense, space and security systems. We are engineers and technicians. Skilled scientists and thinkers. Bold innovators and dreamers. Join us, and you can build something better for yourself, for our customers and for the world.

Basic Qualifications (Required Skills/Experience):
• Firefighter II (must be IFSAC (International Fire Service Accreditation Congress), ProBoard or DoD certification).
• Minimum 3 years of full-time or 5 years of part-time or volunteer Firefighter experience
• State or Nationally Registered Emergency Medical Technician (EMT) license
• High school graduate or GED
• Valid driver’s license

Preferred Qualifications (Desired Skills/Experience):

• Associates degree in Fire Science
• Confined space rescue training
• Hazardous Material Technician or Fire Inspector I or II
• Prefer a minimum of 3 years of Aircraft Rescue Fire Fighting (ARFF) Certification.

This is an hourly position represented by the International Association of Firefighters, Local I-17. This position requires you work a 24 hour alternate shift. (You will work one 24 hour shift then off for 48 hours).