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    Default Ann Arbor, MI openings A2gov.org

    Requisition Number 14-0056
    Post Date 2/24/2014
    Title Firefighter
    Part Time No
    Position Type Regular
    FLSA Type Non-Exempt


    Role Summary: To protect life and property by combating, extinguishing and preventing fires and providing emergency medical assistance. Provides emergency response, basic/life support, fire prevention, rescue and fire suppression, as well as other duties associated with fire and rescue. Work involves risk and hazardous exposure. Work is performed under the direction of a superior officer.

    Essential Duties:

    •Respond to emergencies with a fire company, may enter burning buildings with hose lines, operate nozzles and extinguish the fire as directed
    •Operate hand fire extinguishers, fog nozzles and similar equipment in extinguishing fires; raise, lower and climb ladders; and ventilate burning buildings to carry off smoke and gases and assist in returning equipment to service
    •Rescue persons from danger and administer medical aid as necessary
    •Perform salvage operations such as throwing covers, evacuating water, removing debris and performing general cleanup at the fire scene
    •Perform routine housekeeping duties at a fire station, such as mowing grass, cooking, making beds, cleaning walls, washing windows and sweeping floors
    •Assist with limited repair and maintenance work on fire equipment and apparatus
    •Attend and participate in training sessions to learn firefighting strategies and tactics, equipment operation, medical aid and street and hydrant locations
    •Check and inventory all personal protective equipment, firefighting tools and equipment for readiness (e.g. protective clothing, breathing apparatus, rescue equipment, hoses, hand tools, etc.); place personal safety gear on apparatus; check emergency medical care equipment for readiness (e.g. replenish first aid supplies in trauma box). Report any missing, damaged or non-functioning equipment
    •Communicate with fire crew, other fire crews or supervisors, fire department management staff and incident commanders; follow verbal instructions
    •Promote life safety and prevention among public contacts
    Related Work: Perform associated fire and rescue work as assigned.

    Knowledge of:

    •Basic principles and techniques of fire suppression, rescue, life support and fire prevention
    •Operation of appropriate apparatus
    •City geography
    •State and local traffic regulations
    •Basic knowledge of computers and software (e.g. Microsoft Outlook, E-Mail)
    •Basic mechanical aptitude
    •Basic emergency medical procedures
    •Basic mathematics functions
    Skills and Ability to:

    •Ability to understand and learn firefighting and medical response information from oral and written sources
    •Ability to read and write the English language at a level necessary for efficient performance
    •Ability to understand and follow oral instructions
    •Ability to effectively communicate in English through oral and written communication
    •Use modern office equipment, including computers, computer applications and software
    •Ability to work long hours under stressful conditions
    •Ability to apply a wide variety of firefighting duties, methods and procedures including the operation of firefighting and medical equipment and tools
    •Ability to perform physical and strenuous rescue and firefighting work requiring physical strength, coordination, endurance and flexibility
    •Ability to learn technical information in a classroom setting and transfer this knowledge to actions
    •Ability to exercise judgment during hazardous circumstances and to act quickly and effectively during emergencies
    Equipment: Fire suppression equipment, medical equipment, hand tools, extrication equipment, personal protective equipment (PPE), specialized technical equipment, specialized hazmat equipment, portable radio, and standard office equipment

    Training and Experience:

    •Fire Fighter I and II Certification and;
    •High School Diploma or G.E.D. equivalent
    •Must be at least 18 years of age at the time of appointment and ability to meet such medical and physical standards as may be required at the time of appointment
    •Have no felony or serious misdemeanor convictions
    Licensing Requirements:

    •Must possess a valid Michigan Emergency Medical Technician License
    •Must possess a valid US Drivers License
    •Possession of a a Candidate Physical Ability Test (CPAT) certification
    •Must possess or successful complete Pre-Hospital Trauma Life Support (PHTLS) certification and pass a Medical Control Authority (MCA) written exam that is required by the Washtenaw/Livingston Medical Control Authority to provide basic EMT services within the County of Washtenaw within the first six months of employment. This MCA certification shall be maintained throughout your employment with the City of Ann Arbor.

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    Anybody know how many they are planning to hire?

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