DIEGO GARCIA: Fire Truck Driver/Operator
DESCRIPTION OF JOB TASK AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
- Responsible for daily inspection, testing, operation, and cleanliness of assigned vehicle.
- Ensures proper rules for pump operation and hydraulic calculations are applied during fire pump operations.
- Ensures all vehicle tools and equipment are serviceable and takes preventive maintenance measures as required to ensure tools and equipment are in top operating condition.
- Responsible for the safe operation of the vehicle and safe arrival of crew members.
- Will accomplish driver’s training for other assigned personnel as required.
- Will remain proficient in all vehicle pump operation modes, and hydraulic calculations.
- Will maintain proficiency as a firefighter and assume duties as a firefighter as required.
- Will enter Crew Chief required training and assume role as acting Fire Lieutenant (Crew Chief) upon completion as required.
- Administers emergency medical care as an emergency medical responder, follow all department SOP’s and protocols.
- Shall comply with all safety rules and policies; safety infraction(s) are reason for termination.
- Subject to mandatory over-time and emergency recall.
- Perform other duties and responsibilities as directed by Supervisor, Incident Commander, Command Staff or Fire Chief.
BASIC JOB QUALIFICATIONS:
- Drivers/Operators shall be certified by the Emergency Vehicle Operator Course and shall obtain a government license.
- Drivers/Operators shall be certified by the Airfield Vehicle Operator Course provided by the Government.
- Must speak, read, and understand English language.
- Must be able to speak clearly using land mobile radios (LMR’s).
- Must pass overseas medical screening and be in good health.
- Must hold country and Government driver’s license.
- Must pass physical IAW NFPA 1500 & 1582.
- Must have experience with computers and be proficient with Microsoft Office products.
- Subject to random drug testing.
- Must pass Candidate Physical Agility Test (CPAT) annually.
- Must participate in the Physical Fitness Program (DoD I 6055.06). DoD CERTIFICATION REQUIREMENTS:
- Complete Department of Homeland Security, FEMA course (IS-100, IS-200, IS-700, IS-800).
- DoD/IFSAC/Pro Board (Firefighter I and II)
- DoD/IFSAC/Pro Board (Airport Firefighter)
- DoD/IFSAC/Pro Board (Driver/Operator – Pumper)
- DoD/IFSAC/Pro Board (Driver/Operator – Aircraft Rescue and Fire Fighting (ARFF)
- DoD/IFSAC/Pro Board (HAZMAT Awareness)
- DoD/IFSAC/Pro Board (HAZMAT Operations with Mission-Specific Competencies, Personal Protective Equipment, and Product Control)
- DoD Approved (CPR – American Heart Association – Health Care Provider)
- DoD Approved (Emergency Medical Responder)
- Must complete all proficiency training timely.
- Must complete new training requirements set forth by the DoD Firefighter Certification Administration.
- Must be licensed for all assigned apparatus.
- Must enter Fire Officer I, Fire Inspector I and Fire Instructor I course training and fill in as acting Lieutenant (Lead Firefighter/Crew Chief) as needed for the Company Fire Officer position.
- Must be at least high school, technical or vocational course graduate; Associate or bachelor’s degree is preferred.
- Must have 1-year experience as IFSAC/Pro-Board/DoD certified ARFF Firefighter IAW DOD 6055.06-M to be eligible for promotion to Driver-Operator.
KBR is a global provider of differentiated professional services and solutions across the asset and program life cycle within the government services and technology sectors. KBR employs approximately 28,000 people worldwide with customers in more than 80 countries and operations in 40 countries. ?
KBR is proud to work with customers across the globe to provide technology, value-added services, and long- term operations and maintenance services to ensure consistent delivery with predictable results. At KBR, We Deliver.
Attempts to commit fraud against individuals has infiltrated the job placement market both on the internet and through direct phone or email contact. Such attempts have on occasion, included the unauthorized use of KBR’s name and logo to solicit potential job seekers for employment or to extend fraudulent job offers. Bad actors may place advertisements for fake positions mixed with legitimate job postings, with false contact instructions for expressing interest of obtaining additional information. These misrepresentations typically include promises of high-paying jobs with the requirement that job seekers send sensitive personal information or money to pay for things such as visa applications or processing fees.
Please be advised that KBR will never ask a potential job seeker for any sort of advance payment as part of the recruiting or hiring process, and candidate profiles are carefully managed to protect personal information.