State of Nevada
Lovelock, Nevada, United States
Heat Plant Specialists operate, adjust, monitor, maintain, clean and repair high and/or low pressure boilers and hot water heat generating equipment, auxiliary equipment such as fuel and combustion systems, compressors, pumps, steam lines, steam traps, heat exchangers, water lines, controls, gauges, and emergency power generators. Incumbents possess a degree of knowledge and proficiency sufficient to perform advanced-level work and may provide work direction and training to others. This position will be located at Lovelock Correctional Center and is responsible for the maintenance of natural gas powered hot water boilers and heat exchange systems. The incumbent must be able to repair/replace pumps and water softeners. Other requirements include operating the emergency generators which requires minor electrical skills. The Heat Plant Specialist requires a general knowledge of methods, materials, tools and equipment used in boilers. The incumbent may also provide reporting and budget input as well as technical expertise. The State of Nevada is committed to Equal Employment Opportunity/Affirmative Action in recruitment of its employees and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, religion or belief, age, disability, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, pregnancy, domestic partnership, genetic information (GINA), or compensation and/or wages. Closing Date/Time:
City of Taylor, MI
Taylor, Michigan, United States
Nature of work : Inspection of mechanical installations for compliance with all applicable codes and regulations and to ensure that work is done to job specifications and in accordance with approved plans on file. Reviews plans and on site construction progress from inspection to completion to ensure compliance with City codes and ordinances. Perform mechanical inspections on commercial, single-family and multiple-family dwellings to ensure compliance; and be responsible for enforcing the City of Taylor's ordinances regarding property maintenance. Requires a high degree of independence in evaluating plans and construction in various stages. Employee will work under the general direction of the Department Supervisor. (Employee may be assigned other duties as determined by the department.) Typical Examples of Work : Review of plans submitted by builders to ascertain that requirements are being met; makes both rough and final inspections, re-occupancy inspections and mechanical code compliance on homes, multiple dwellings, commercial, and other buildings; sees that necessary permits have been secured for all construction, alteration, repair or removal work under way; interprets codes to general public, issues and keeps record of violations and makes follow-up investigations to assure compliance; investigates complaints; conducts other inspections as required. Perform re-occupancy inspections and code compliance inspections on single-family and multiple-family dwellings primarily in the Rental Division of the Building Department. Insure that all necessary permits have been secured for the repair or correction of code violations. Follow-up inspections to assure compliance, interpret codes to the general public. Investigate and resolve citizen complaints. Perform visual inspection of exterior property pertaining to property maintenance, issue violations and/or appearance tickets to resolve complaints. Work closely with other departments toward eliminating violations and work closely with prosecuting attorney regarding resolution of tickets, warrants, dismissals and plea agreements. Appear in court as witness to violation of ordinances as needed. Requirements : One year of field inspection experience; graduation from high school or GED. Must be a licensed Mechanical Contractor with the State of Michigan for "Plan Reviewer" and "Mechanical Inspector" pursuant to all State of Michigan requirements. Successful applicant may not utilize any licenses held to perform any contract work in the City of Taylor while employed by the City of Taylor. Physical condition adequate for performance of work; possession of valid drivers license throughout the length of employment; knowledge of construction, materials and tools used in building construction; ability to read and interpret construction blueprints, plans and specification; ability to enforce necessary regulations; able to represent the City in court related issues; ability to interact effectively with business and property owners. Compensation includes hourly rate plus attractive benefits package which includes medical, dental, vision, life insurance, short-term disability, paid time off, paid holidays, and participation in defined contribution plan. HOW TO APPLY: Complete an online application at www.cityoftaylor.com/jobs . Your application will be reviewed to determine if you meet the minimum qualifications. Candidates who meet the minimum qualifications will be contacted regarding the next steps in the application process. The City of Taylor is an equal opportunity employer and complies with all laws prohibiting discrimination on the basis of such factors as race, color, age, sex, national origin, religion, citizenship, handicap, height, weight and marital status. Under the State Persons With Disabilities Act and the Federal Americans With Disabilities Act, an employer has a legal obligation to accommodate an employee's or job applicant's disability unless the accommodation would impose an undue hardship on the employer. A person with a disability may allege a violation against an employer regarding a failure to accommodate his or her condition under Michigan law only if the person notifies the employer in writing of the need for accommodation within 182 days after the date the person knew or reasonably should have known that an accommodation was needed.
City of Boynton Beach, FL
Boynton Beach, Florida, United States
Purpose of Classification APPLICATIONS ARE REVIEWED IN THE ORDER THEY ARE RECEIVED, AND THIS POSTING MAY BE CLOSED AT ANY TIME. The purpose of the Deputy Fire Chief classification is to assist the Director of Fire and Emergency Medical Services (Fire Chief) in the overall management of the operations and administration of the Fire Rescue Department by performing highly complex and responsible work in any assigned areas including, but not limited to: Fire and EMS Operations (including Special Operations, Technical Rescue and Dive Rescue) Fire Prevention, Emergency Management, Financial Services (procurement, budget, etc...) Logistics, Facilities, Fleet, Public Information, Training, Community Outreach, and supervision of staff. Performs duties of Fire Chief as designated. Essential Functions Oversees and ensures the appropriate deployment of resources for the safe and efficient operations and response of the City's fire and emergency medical services Develops policies and procedures through collaboration with all City departments related to the City's emergency planning including: Comprehensive Emergency Management Plan (CEMP), Continuity of Government Plan (COG), and Continuity of Operations Plan (COOP). Responsible for the leadership, the planning, the activation, the coordination, and the conduct of all Emergency Management (EM) operations within the City including preparedness, response, recovery and mitigation. Serves as the City's liaison to all Local, County, Regional, and State emergency management organizations. Responsible for the maintenance and coordination of the Emergency Operations Center (EOC). May serve as the City's Emergency Manager. Makes recommendations for and manages the Department's budget. Complies with all purchasing requirements and prepares documents related to the purchase and payment of Department vehicles, uniforms, equipment, software, hardware, and other supplies. Solicits and prepares documents related to grants. Actively manages Department's contracts and finances to ensure cost effectiveness of department. Responds to second and third alarm fires and other large scale emergency responses; assists with investigations into fires involving large property loss and those involving civilian or firefighter casualties. Supervises, directs, trains, and evaluates assigned staff; addresses employee concerns and problems. Makes necessary referrals to and works in partnership with Human Resources and Risk Management. Oversees the functions and activities of the Fire and Life Safety Division and produces monthly summary activity reports. Answers questions from citizens, builders, and architects; reviews new and master building site plans; assists in determining building fire protection needs; oversees the enforcement of fire and life safety codes and laws. Administers public information functions and social media activities; community outreach programs (e.g. CERT, CPR, Car Seat, and the Benevolent programs); conducts research for, develops scopes of work and/or project plans, and implements information technology and other special projects in the Fire Department. Maintains thorough working knowledge of all municipal, county, state and federal laws, plans, codes, rules, regulations, standards, guidelines, policies and procedures related to the Department and general City operations. Initiates appropriate and timely actions to create or modify policies and procedures. Oversees the EMS program with respect to medical direction, protocol development and compliance, and quality assurance programs. Monitors the trends of EMS calls and the impact on the overall operations' response, and determines call volume distribution and future needs of EMS. Performs any and all additional functions required as determined by the Fire Chief or City Manager. Minimum Qualifications Bachelor's Degree in public administration, business administration, emergency medical services, fire science, or closely related field; and Twelve (12) years of progressively responsible fire and EMS work, eight (8) years of which must have been in a managerial capacity; and Currently possess and maintain state certification as a Firefighter (out-of-state candidates must obtain Florida state certification within 12 months of hire); and Currently possess and maintain certification as a Paramedic (out-of-state candidates must obtain Florida state certification within 12 months of hire; and Currently posses (or obtain within 14 days of hire) and maintain a valid Florida driver's license; and Currently possess NIMS compliance in all of the following: ICS-100 ICS-200 ICS-300 ICS-400 IS-700 IS-800 PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS Master's Degree in public administration, business administration, emergency medical services, fire science, or closely related field. Graduate of the National Fire Academy's Managing Officer program. Graduate of the National Fire Academy's Executive Fire Officer program. Supplemental Information PHYSICAL AND SENSORY REQUIREMENTS / ENVIRONMENTAL FACTORS Physical Ability : Tasks require the regular and, at times, sustained performance of moderately physically demanding work, typically involving some combination of climbing and balancing, stooping, kneeling, crouching, and crawling, and that may involve the lifting, carrying, pushing, and/or pulling of moderately heavy objects and materials (50 pounds). Sensory Requirements : Some tasks require the ability to perceive and discriminate colors or shades of colors, sounds, odor, depth, texture, and visual cues or signals. Tasks require the ability to communicate orally. Environmental Factors : Performance of essential functions may require exposure to adverse environmental conditions, such as fumes, noise extremes, electric currents, traffic hazards, toxic agents, violence, or pathogenic substances.