Offered Salary 14283
Career Level Staff
Experience 6 Years
Industry Supply Chain & Logistics
Qualifications Degree Bachelor
Under the general direction of the Fire Chief, responsible for implementing
LOGCAP V Fire Protection
Plan and ensure emergency response operations are conducted within the
guidelines stipulated by this
plan and the Emergency Management Plans. Reports directly to the Assistant Fire
Chief of Operations.
Directs and leads firefighters during firefighting operations, rescue operations,
hazardous materials incidents and other related emergencies events.
• Implements the fire protection programs that conform to the Performance Work
• Implements and maintains a safe workplace, ensuring safety is the highest priority.
• Complies with all Environmental, Health, and Safety (EHS) and Quality Assurance
(QA) requirements and goals.
• Provides documentation to these divisions as necessary to ensure adequate and
• Ensure that all subordinate employees are trained and understand EHS and QA
requirements and goals.
• Maintains documentation as necessary to meet these requirements. (10%)
• Conducts fire inspections and ensures that facilities are safe, and documentation is
recorded and tracked.
• Operates computerized digital fire alarm receiving equipment including two-way
radio communications equipment.
• Performs additional logistical duties in support of fire department operations to
include, maintaining accountability of equipment, scheduling maintenance of
equipment, coordinating appointments of subordinates, and other administrative
duties as needed. (10%)
• Ensures that emergency equipment under the control of the fire department is
operational and in a state of readiness as required by NFPA or other industry
• Responds to emergencies, disasters, and hazardous material (HAZMAT) spills
according to the responsibilities identified in the department work instructions,
standard operating procedures or the Emergency Management plan
• Serves as the team leader for either a rescue unit, ladder truck, engine company,
water tender or airport crash apparatus.
• Enters burning of contaminated structures, vehicles, and others immediately
dangerous to life and health areas to fight fires and/or perform rescues while
wearing required personal protective equipment.
• Directs Crew Chief/Company Officer level operations for structural fires, aircraft
fires, rescue operations, medical emergencies, hazardous materials responses, and
other emergency events as directed. (45%)
• Provides supervision to firefighters. Required to maintain and clean personal
protective equipment and supervise firefighters in cleaning equipment and facilities.
• Performs duties in support of organizational metrics.
• Trains and orients subordinate employees on performance,
• documentation, and activities that affect the achievement of department metrics.
• Adequately and honestly tracks all data related to metrics. Supports the
achievement of KBOSSS metrics, whether metrics can be directly or indirectly
affected by this position’s activities.
• Provides direct support, using staff resources if necessary, to the achievement of
all metrics related to the PWS and LOGCAP. Attends meetings in the absence of the
supervisor or as needed. (25%)
• Communicates professionally, both orally and in writing, with their subordinates and
others as needed to relay information necessary for job success.
• This includes, but is not limited to, staff meetings, performance appraisals, job
requirements, division metrics, projects, quality standard procedures, and safety
• Works to achieve LOGCAP goals and PWS
• Education/Certifications: One-year related experience may be substituted for one
year of education, if degree is required.
◦ A valid driver’s license and the ability to obtain host nation Driver’s License, is
◦ High School diploma or equivalent (Associate Degree in Fire Science
• DoD, Pro-board or International Fire Services Accreditation Congress
◦ Must meet training and certification requirements outlined in DOD 6055.06
–M. Fire Officer II,
◦ Fire Instructor I, Fire Inspector I, Hazmat Operations and Incident
◦ Firefighter. (HazMat Technician preferred), Emergency Medical Responder,
◦ Technician (EMT) or higher preferred)
◦ Requires 5 years’ with an organized Fire or Emergency Service Department.
• Program Specific Requirements:
◦ Extensive Fire Fighting and Emergency Service Experience. (5 Years)
◦ Must be able to supervise and manage the activities of multi-national and
culturally diverse work force.
◦ Possess knowledge of safety and environmental issues.
◦ Be familiar with various Computerized Maintenance Management Systems
• Working Environment:
◦ In this position there is exposure to physical and working conditions where
serious accidents or injuries may occur, exposure to disagreeable noise
elements and prolonged high ambient temperatures. Must be physically able
to operate a variety of machines, tools and equipment which includes a motor
vehicle, computer, generator, fire pump, fire hydrant, axe, shovel, hydraulic
tools, power tools, hand tools, medical equipment, etc. Must be able to use
body members to work, move, or carry objects or materials. Physical demand
requirements are at levels of those very heavy work. The candidate must be
able to be certified by an M.D. to meet the medical conditions in the latest
edition of NFPA 1582. Must be able to exert in excess of one hundred pounds
of force occasionally, and/or in excess of fifty pounds of force frequently.
We are committed to an inclusive and diverse workplace that values and supports the
contributions of each individual. This commitment along with our common Vision and
Values of Integrity, Respect, and Responsibility, allows us to leverage differences,