Title: FIRE FIGHTER Salary: $3,307.00 - $4,173.00 Posted: 01/31/2013
One-full-time, permanent position available in the Office of Protective Services. Will consider DROA, SROA, departmental and General re-employment list procedures, reinstatements, employee transfers, and list eligible. Applications will be reviewed and only the most qualified candidates will be interviewed by the area advertising the positions. GENERAL STATEMENT OF DUTIES: Under the direction of the Fire Chief, Office of Protective Services, a Firefighter performs a variety of skilled and manual tasks in fire prevention; such as testing automatic fire sprinkler systems, fire alarms; inspect fire extinguishing equipment, performs fire safety inspections of building and grounds; fire preventions training. The Firefighter is responsible for preparing written preliminary reports, daily logs, and any other written documentation that is required by the Fire Chief. The Firefighter may perform other duties as required by the Fire Chief. HOW TO APPLY: Submit a completed Criminal Record Supplemental Questionnaire & a standard state application (STD.678) with a statement of your eligibility (DROA, SROA, departmental or general re-employment list procedures, reinstatements, transfer, list eligibility etc.). Surplus applicants must attach a copy of their surplus letter. Applications postmarked, personally delivered or received vial inter-office mail after the final filing date will not be processed. Faxed applications will not be processed. *SALARY SHOWN DOES NOT REFLECT THE PERSONAL LEAVE PROGRAM*. *ADVERTISED VACANCIES WILL BE FILLED UPON CRITIAL HIRE APPROVAL*.
If you are not a current or former State employee, you must first take an examination to obtain list eligibility. This does not apply to Student Assistant vacancies.
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