As part of the Fire Prevention Branch, you will perform fire and life safety inspections; be proficient in fire investigations; review building and area structure development plans and deliver high profile fire-prevention education programs to schools and community groups.
As an investigator, you will be required to respond to after-hour call-outs.
As the ideal candidate, you have excellent oral and written communication skills to deliver quality public fire education. You are collaborative and easily build relationships, both internally and externally, with a variety of City department representatives, service providers, agencies and the public.
- Successful completion of Grade 12 or equivalency;
- NFPA 1031, Level 1 – Fire Inspector;
- Certified Alberta Fire Safety Codes Officers Group B, Level 1;
- NFPA 472/1072 – Hazardous Materials Awareness & Operations;
- Valid Class 5 Alberta Driver’s License with an acceptable driving record;
- Current Standard First Aid with CPR and AED;
This position has been identified as Safety Sensitive and requires the completion of a satisfactory pre-employment drug screen.
Our organization offers a highly attractive total compensation package, including competitive salary, excellent benefits, learning & development opportunities, as well as a great work environment, which provides excellent opportunities for professional growth.
We welcome applications until August 7, 2020. For more information, and to apply, please visit us at: www.medicinehat.ca/jobs
We thank all applicants; however only those selected for an interview will be contacted.
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