Location Fire Department Full/Part Time Full-Time Regular/Temporary Regular
The Fire Safety Officer I - EMT (NFPA Firefighter II) protects life and property by providing Fire & Emergency Services response in support of the department mission. May serve as a resource leader or incident commander until relieved. JOB DUTIES:
50% - Essential - Emergency Response: Perform Fire and Emergency Services response operations duties as a firefighter, medical technician, fire safety educator and hazardous material & rescue technician; Develop and maintain cognitive knowledge and psychomotor skills proficiency through application, professional development, knowledge of department Standard Operating Guidelines & applicable regulations, training and physical fitness . Assist with training and supervision of subordinates.
35% - Essential - Administrative Support: Assist with Delivery of Department Training and Fire safety prevention initiatives, Maintains compliance with required OSHA Programs: Fire Brigade Clearance, Respiratory Protection, Exposure Control Program, Maintains EMS certification and medical control sponsorship as required. Conducts Occupancy Pre-incident Planning Program.
15% - Essential - Supervisory: Implements working knowledge of NIMS-ICS as a resource leader or team member; May serve as Initial Incident Commander until relieved as required. MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS:
A high school diploma and experience in fire-fighting equipment maintenance, fire prevention or fire fighting. RESPONSIBILITIES:
JOB KNOWLEDGE Fundamental Job Knowledge - Fundamental working knowledge of concepts, practices and procedures and ability to apply in varied situations
SUPERVISORY RESPONSIBILITIES No Supervisory Duties - Not responsible for supervising employees.
BUDGETARY RESPONSIBILITIES No Budget Responsibilities - No fiscal responsibility for the department's budget. PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS:
- Stand for prolonged period - Sit (stationary position) for prolonged period - Walk or move about - Use hands or feet to operate or handle machinery, equipment, etc - Ascend or descend (i.e. stairs, ladder) - Position self to accomplish task (i.e. stoop, kneel, crawl) - Communicate, converse, give direction, express oneself - Recognize or inspect visually - Move, transport, raise or lower - Extends hands or arms in any direction - Use taste or smell to detect or determine particular flavors or odors - Perceive, observe, clarity of vision WORKING CONDITIONS:
- Exposure to heat or cold - Exposure to dust/fumes - Wet or humid - Noise - Vibration - Mechanical Hazards - Chemical hazards - Electrical hazards - Radiant energy hazards - Burn hazards - Exposure to bio-hazards (i.e. blood, bodily fluids) PREFERRED REQUIREMENTS:
Work Exp 1+ years Fire & Emergency Service Qualified Responder.
Licenses & Certifications: SC Class "E" driver license, NIMS-ICS 200, NFPA Firefighter I, current NREMT & SC EMT certification, Current BLS-CPR certification, continuous medical control sponsorship by department MCO. PREFERRED: AEMT or Paramedic, OSHA HazMat Technician, and Confined Space Rescue Technician. WORK SCHEDULE:
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