The Assistant Chief of Operations is responsible for the day to day guidance and coordination for fire protection functions ensuring effective and economical operations of all activities. Functional work includes, but is not limited to, planning and organization of work, responding to emergency calls, investigating fires, monitoring and operating the Fire Control Center, training personnel, completing required reports and plans to assure the daily operational effectiveness of the department. The qualified candidate shall report to the Fire Chief and work with a team of fire services support personnel.
MAJOR JOB ACTIVITIES:
Works as a team to ensure effective and efficient operation of the Fire Services Support Department in accordance with the performance work statement and NFPA 72 Fire Alarm and Signaling, NFPA 101 Life Safety Codes and AFI 32-2001 Fire Prevention Program.
Implements operational policy, procedures and develops contingency plans.
Ensures completion of required reports, inspections, plans and documentation as outlined in the performance work statement.
Responsible for communicating and upholding company standards, leading by example, and working as a team to provide guidance to firefighters and support personnel
5. Responsible for following a comprehensive quality and safety program in compliance with Vectrus, OSHA and United States Air Force (USAF) requirements.
Responsible for following a comprehensive, flexible, and properly documented training program.
Responsible for maintaining a safe, clean, sanitary, healthy, presentable, professional atmosphere, free of dust, clutter and trash in all working facilities and areas.
Responsible for proper utilization and safeguarding of all government and contractor provided property (e.g., to include government facilities, equipment and tools).
Responsible for precise execution of company time reporting procedures and accurate completion of timesheet.
Performs other duties as assigned.
MATERIAL & EQUIPMENT DIRECTLY USED:
Personal computer, printers, calculator, copy machines, scanners, FAX machines, phones, and other general office equipment. Operates non-tactical vehicles as required. Operates specialized fire vehicles/equipment.. May be exposed to potentially hazardous conditions that require wear of hard hats, gloves, steel toed boots, hearing protection, safety glasses and other personal protection equipment (PPE); may be required to push, pull and lift heavy equipment. Use of portable or vehicle equipped radios to maintain contact and accountability of work activities.
Work will be indoors and outdoors. Exposure to heat, cold, dust, noise, chemicals may occur. Overtime and shift work may be required depending on contractual needs. Employee must comply with all Federal, State and Local regulations and published Company work rules as well as written instructions. Task specific work environment training will be provided as required. Must be prepared to function in a wartime environment to support U. S. interests. 100% Overseas Assignment.
Physical requirements include lifting up to 35lb, team lifting up to 50lbs, climbing, extended sitting, or standing, stooping, stretching, and bending. Occasional climbing and working in high places may be required.