Kellogg Brown & Root (www.kbrjobs.com)
UABOS: Turkey - Assistant Fire Chief for Operations
GENERAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES :
Supervises the operations element of a fire protection organization to ensure it provides quality resource protection and firefighting support to aircraft operations and facilities. Prevents the loss of life and property from fire. Protects and preserves evidence at a fire scene and investigates fire incidents. Plans, schedules, and supervises fire protection activities. Directs and controls fire attack, confinement, salvage, overhaul, ventilation, and rescue activities, to include performing emergency medical care and CPR.
Shall have ten years firefighting experience in an organized fire protection function that provides fire suppression services. Three of the 10 years shall include aircraft crash, fire and rescue services. One of the ten years shall include supervision of direct firefighting operations. Shall have knowledge of fire suppression, rescue and emergency incident techniques, operation of fire equipment, and water distribution and supply requirements. Shall have knowledge of the characteristics of aircraft fuel propellants, oxidizers and weapons.
Shall possess a High School diploma or equivalent.
Certification: Shall meet position certifications IAW DOD 6055.06-M.
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