UABOS : Spain - Chief of Fire Emergency Services
GENERAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES :
Plans, develops, and implements department policy. Directs and coordinates department operations. Reviews and develops departmental training.
Coordinates departmental budget. Develops, maintains, and produces emergency operations plans for the department. Maintains contact with local community agencies.
Plans and directs operations during training and emergencies. Plans, develops and implements an overall company long-term strategic plan involving fire protection.
Formulates mission plans involving fire protection. Typically requires 15 years experience in fire service, and other related experience is essential.
Shall have fifteen years fire protection experience with five years as Fire Chief or Deputy Chief. Have experience directing firefighting operations to include fighting aircraft and structural fires, performing rescue services, and responding to hazardous materials incidents, medical emergencies, and confined space rescues.
Shall have knowledge of the chemistry of fire, preventive maintenance and operations of firefighting and rescue equipment, physical and chemical properties of combustible materials and building structures and their component systems.
Shall have experience in managing fire prevention and protection plans and programs. Shall assume full charge at crashes, fire, or emergency situations, directing activities and personnel, transmitting instructions to Assistant Chiefs on the scene or other personnel as to the procedures to be followed contingent on complexity of the incident type (3-1).
Shall personally take charge when highly classified weapons or equipment are involved in fire. Shall meet position certifications IAW DOD 6055.06-M.
Shall possess an Associate’s degree or higher degree in fire technology .
CLEARANCE : Secret
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