From Monday, June 9, 2014 through Friday, June 20, 2014, the Supervisor’s Office will be accepting applications for the position of full-time EMT/Firefighter, and to establish a list for full-time EMT/Firefighter.
As a full-time EMT/Firefighter with Bangor Township, this position is under the supervision of the Shift Officer serving on an assigned 24-hour shift. Responsibilities include responding to all emergency medical calls and fire calls as assigned. Must have knowledge and ability to operate all emergency medical and fire equipment of the Fire Department. All rules mandated by the Michigan Department of Health and Bay County Protocols along with Fire Department Standard Operating Procedures must be observed.
The position requires a high school diploma (or equivalent), all certificates as required by the Michigan Department of Public Health for EMTs including a current State of Michigan EMT license, State of Michigan Firefighter 240 hour and/or State of Michigan Firefighter I and II certificate and Operational Level Hazardous Materials Certification. Possession of a valid vehicle driver’s license is also required.
Testing as follows: written tests (The written entry level testing [click to continue…]
The Fire Chief reports directly to the City Manager. The Fire Chief is responsible for administration and supervision of a 50-member full-time department dedicated to the protection of life and property and the prevention and control of fire to a population of 51,230 located over 17.5 square miles. The Fire Department operates out of four fire stations; 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Staff includes a Training Officer, a Fire Marshal and three Battalion Chiefs who direct three fire suppression shifts.
The department responded to 3,220 incidents during 2013 and has a current annual budget of $10.4M. Fire suppression is the primary service; however, the department provides hazardous material resources, water rescue, ice rescue, fire investigation, confined space rescue, code enforcement and community education, including a school Fire Safety program. The department is also actively involved in homeland security and is one of 15 Regional Response Teams to respond to weapons of mass destruction incidents within the state.
- Bachelor’s degree in Fire Protection, Public Administration or Business highly preferred; an equivalent combination of education, training and experience in Fire Service would be considered.(Master’s preferred)
- Minimum five years’ progressively responsible [click to continue…]