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Job Available South Walton Fire District - Fire/Life Safety Inspector

Discussion in 'Employment' started by kurt, Oct 28, 2015.

  1. kurt

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    Job Description: The South Walton Fire District is currently seeking applicants for the
    position of full time Fire/Life Safety Inspector. Duties will include the ability to plan,
    organize, coordinate and administer all activities related to fire inspection activities.
    Respond to general correspondence, telephone inquiries, and requests to inspect.
    Individual shall participate in all aspects of fire prevention/ life safety to include public
    education.

    This position reports directly to the SWFD Fire Marshal.
    Requirements and Qualifications: SWFD is looking for a self-motivated individual that
    requires limited supervision and can interpret and apply fire codes as they pertain to the
    fire inspection.

    Qualified candidates must possess the following:
    • Minimum of 18 years of age.
    • High School graduate or equivalent diploma required.
    • Florida State Fire Safety Inspector I certification
    • Must have a valid Florida Driver’s license and acceptable driving record.
    • Must be able to climb stairs, ladders and work outdoors in all types of weather.

    The SWFD offers an excellent benefits and compensation package, including
    health/dental coverage and retirement options. This is an entry level position. Please
    email your resume and completed applications to career@swfd.org.
    Applications and related position information are available at www.swfd.org under
    employment tab. Deadline for application submissions is 4 p.m. Friday, November 20,
    2015.

    The South Walton Fire District (SWFD) is a professional fire/rescue agency located in
    the premier beach community of the Florida panhandle. Nestled in the southern portion
    of Walton County with 26 miles of beaches along the Gulf of Mexico, our District
    maintains 5 fire stations and is responsible for the Fire Protection, Emergency Medical
    Services Transport, Beach Lifeguards, Hazardous Material Mitigation and Public
    Education and Prevention activities for 84 square miles. Our population ranges from
    20,000 to over 100,000 depending on our tourist season.
     

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