Employment and Internship Opportunites

The listings below were last updated 5/9/17


Lake County Fire and Rescue-Internship

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NFSA Internship

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Shelbyville Fire Dept

The Shelbyville Fire Department is hiring for Part-Time Firefighter-EMT's

General Duties: This position serves under the Fire Captain or Fire Sergeant and routinely works a scheduled 24 to 48 hours in 12 and 24-hour shifts. Responsibilities for this position include, but are not limited to: serving as a Professional Firefighter/EMT on and off the fire ground; executing station duties; inspecting facilities to ensure clean, orderly and safe work environments; ensuring that apparatus and equipment are clean and maintained in proper working order; answering calls for emergency and non-emergency services normally associated with those of a Firefighter/EMT.

Education and Certification Qualifications: Must be eighteen (18) years of age at date of hire and possess a High School Diploma or equivalent. Must possess and maintain a valid driver’s license issued by the Commonwealth of Kentucky. Possess at least a Certified Volunteer Firefighter 150-hour or 400-hour certification established and certified by the Kentucky Fire Commission. Possess a Certified Emergency Medical Technician (EMT-B or EMT-A, P) or EMR as established and certified by the KY Board of Emergency Medical Services (KBEMS). Must possess at time of hire a valid CPAT card as certified by the Kentucky Fire Commission. All certifications must be maintained.

Additional Training Requirements: Must complete basic training within the required time frame, as well as required annual training. Must complete the training requirements of the Kentucky Fire Commission to become a 400-hour certified Firefighter within the twelve (12) month probationary period. Must complete required departmental training if ordered by the Fire Chief.

Special Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities: Knowledge of modern firefighting principles, methods, and techniques. Knowledge of departmental operating procedures. Knowledge of the operation and maintenance of fire vehicles, equipment, and related apparatus. Knowledge of the geography of the city, including the location of streets and roads, fire hydrants and the location and interior of major buildings. Knowledge of the principles of hydraulics and their application to the operation of fire apparatus. Working knowledge of building maintenance. Ability to analyze hazardous situations and adopt quick, efficient, and reasonable courses of action with a minimum of hazard to fire personnel and the general public. Ability to operate emergency communications system. Ability to develop and maintain effective working relationships with city officials and employees, other fire department personnel, and the general public.

Salary: $10.75/hour. Compensated for call-back events and training events.

Hiring Process: Must pass all requirements for consideration of interview, including a background check and a minimum score of 80 on the written exam.

Deadline: Visit www.shelbyvillekentucky.com or City Hall (315 Washington St., Shelbyville, KY) for an application packet. Applications, resume and additional documentation demonstrating minimum certification requirements must be received by 4:00 p.m. on 5/12/2017. A resume will not substitute for a completed, signed application. Call (502) 633-7101 for questions.
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Loveland-Symmes Fire Department-Summer Internship

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Louisville, KY Fire Department-Fire Recruit

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Richmond, VA Fire Department-Fire Recruit

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Karns FD-Engineer, Firefighter/Paramedic

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Pleasant View VFD-Internship

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Sandia National Laboratories-Internship

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Rochester, MN Fire Dept-Internship

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Charleston, SC Fire Dept-Internship

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City of Ashland-Fire Inspector

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LSU-Assistant Director of Certifications

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Horry County Fire Rescue-Summer Internship

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SFPE Careers-Fire Protection Engineer, Fire Safety Specialist

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Disneyland Fire Protection Engineering Internship

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Arlington County Fire Dept-Firefighter/EMT

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City of Winston-Salem-Fire Investigator

The Winston-Salem Fire Department has two Fire Investigator positions opening. We would like for you to post on the NCIAAI website. (www.cityofwinston-salem.org<h ttp://www.cityofwinston-salem. org>)

Job Title: Fire Investigator - 3561, 643
Closing Date/Time: Fri. 02/03/17 11:59 PM Eastern Time

Salary:
$23.11 Hourly
$48,065.16 Annually

Job Type: Full-Time
Location:Fire Dept, Public Safety Center, Winston-Salem, North Carolina

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Under immediate supervision, performs responsible and technical work in the enforcement of fire safety codes and local ordinances; conducts fire investigations, fire inspections, plans review, public education activities and other work as directed or required. A Winston-Salem Fire Investigator protects the community through community risk reduction and by providing services related to community education, inspections, investigations, and plans review.

 Examples of Duties:

Inspects commercial, and other buildings and dwellings for fire hazards and general compliance with the North Carolina State Fire Prevention Code and local ordinances; answers and investigates complaints and reports of hazardous conditions and orders corrections; successfully interacts with others during stressful situations; prepares and tracks reports on inspections assigned; issues permits; establishes and enforces official fire lanes; plans and evaluates fire safety programs; conducts discussions on general and specifi c fire safety issues; conducts pre-incident planning; conducts and assists with public fire and life safety education programs and initiatives; conducts community risk reduction activities; participates in required training; investigates fires and explosions to determine origin and cause, create sketches, analyze findings, write effective and cohesive technical reports and testify as an expert witness; collects evidence, question witnesses and suspects; obtains warrants for fire setters and obtains citations and summons for Fire Code violations; makes oral presentations; meet and consult with builders, architects, engineers, designers and developers on construction projects and attends preconstruction meetings; performs the plan review process; trains firefighting personnel; assists in projecting budgetary needs.

 Typical Qualifications:

High School diploma or GED equivalent, supplemented by advanced fire science courses or related field experience in fire suppression and fire prevention methods and techniques; knowledge of state Fire Codes and local ordinances; knowledge of modern principles and techniques of fire prevention, fire investigation and building construction; ability to recognize existing and potential fire hazards in a wide variety of structures and installations; ability to proficiently use computer systems; ability to understand and carry out oral and written directives; ability to write cohesive and clear technical reports; ability to enforce rules and regulations firmly, fairly, tactfully and impartially.

Possession of a valid North Carolina Class C driver's license, North Carolina Level II Fire Inspector Standard Certificate, North Carolina Level II Firefighter Certification. Must be able to satisfy the North Carolina Code Officials Qualification Board's fire official's certification requirements; must be able to obtain a Fire Inspector Level III Standard Certification within 2 years of employment, and North Carolina Certified Sate Fire Arson Investigator's Certification within 4 years of employment. A North Carolina Certified Instructor and North Carolina Fire and Life Safety Instructor certification is desirable.

 Supplemental Information:

PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS: (Reasonable accommodations may substitute for any physical requirements listed): Must be able to lift or move up to 50 lbs.; ability to operate department vehicles; ability to climb stairs, ladders and maneuver up to 1 mile; work with large and small objects; ability to read, write and interpret, hear and speak well enough to communicate with others daily and on the incident scene. This position will work outdoors and indoors and may be exposed to heights, changing weather, extreme temperatures, adverse smells, conditions, sights, loud sounds, and repetitive operations; ability to wear department issued safety equipment including self-contained breathing apparatus without restriction. Must be able to pass a pre-employment NFPA 1582-compliant physical provided by th e department physician and an annual fit test and fitness-for-duty test.

No Degree-------------$48,065.16 - $81,334.76
Associates Degree----$50,468.60 - $85,399.08
Bachelors Degree-----$52,991.90 - $89,463.66

THIS POSITION IS "NON-EXEMPT" AND IS ELIGIBLE FOR OVERTIME PAY.
 

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Progressive Mechanical Detroit, MI

1. Fire Protection Engineering Intern
Learn how to design Fire Protection Systems for all types of projects including Industrial, Commercial and Residential. Perform layout using AutoCad/ HydraCad, and create hydraulic calculations & pipe lists for Pre-fabrication. Must be organized, efficient and work well with the design team. Good computer skills are necessary for this position.
Essential Duties and Responsibilities:
Learn to Design & Layout of Fire Sprinkler Systems
Learn 3D Modeling
Learn Hydraulic Calculations
Learn how to field survey sprinkler systems
Learn Listing for Fabrication
Ordering Material
Apply for permits
Coordination Between Trades
Qualifications:
High Mechanical Interest
1 years minimum of AutoCad experience
Ability to multi-task
Valid driver’s license and excellent driving record
Willing to travel
Good communication, computer skills, and fire protection experience is preferred
Self-motivated individual with great organizational skills
General building construction experience would be helpful. Send resume to careerspan@gmail.com

The second is a full time opportunity and could potentially be a telework position:

2.
Experienced Designer
Design Fire Protection Systems for all types of projects including Industrial, Commercial and Residential. Perform layout using AutoCad/ HydraCad, and create hydraulic calculations & pipe lists for Pre-fabrication. Must be organized, efficient and work well with the design team. Good computer skills are necessary for this position.
Essential Duties and Responsibilities:
Design & Layout of Fire Sprinkler Systems
BIM modeling
Hydraulic Calculations
Field Surveying
Listing for Fabrication
Ordering Material
Coordination Between Trades
Qualifications:
NICET Level III required
High Mechanical Interest
5 years minimum experience in the Fire Protection Design Field
5 years minimum of AutoCad experience
Hydratec Software Experience
Ability to multi-task
Valid driver’s license and excellent driving record
Excellent communicator, self-motivated individual with great organizational skills
Only applicants who possess the minimum qualifications will be considered
Candidates must successfully complete employment background check.
Willing to travel. Send resume to careerspan@gmail.com
  


US Forestry Service-Engine Senior Firefighter

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Loveland Symmes Fire Department-Internship

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Lexington Fire Department

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White River Township Fire Protection District-Deputy Fire Marshal

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Smith Group JJR-Senior Fire Protection Engineer

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Canadian Nuclear Laboratories-Fire Protection Specialist

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Saudi Aramco-Loss Prevention Engineer

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County of Riverside-Fire Protection Engineer/Associate Fire Protection Engineer

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TSIG Consulting-Fire Protection Engineer/Field Consultant

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Western States Fire Protection-Project Manager/Sprinkler Design

Austin, TX. No work experience required. Paid relocation.

 

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University of Illinois at Chicago-Assistant Director of Fire and Life Safety

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FP&C Consultants-Project Manager

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Aerotek

Aerotek is working with a local company who is looking for Safety and Emergency Prevention professionals. Any upcoming December graduates who are working their way into the job market are welcome to apply. Aerotek is very excited about this opportunity because it is with an established OEM manufacturing facility and starts in the $48,000-$50,000 range, 8AM-5PM.

Job Description
· Develops and implements optimal, cost-effective, facilities and safety processes and methods in accordance with state, local, and federal standards.
· Recommends and implements improvements to manufacturing processes and equipment to prevent safety and environmental occurrences.
· Documents OSHA compliance, identifies any issues on the floor and executes a preventive action plan

Qualifications
· Bachelor’s Degree
· Documentation experience in Excel

Email Robert Melillo (rmelillo@aerotek.com) for more information


 

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