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    On September 21, 3 residential fire fatalities were reported by the Nation's news media.
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    On September 16, 7 residential fire fatalities were reported by the Nation's news media.

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CODE OFFICIAL (part-time)

 

Agency:  Cary

 

Salary: $19.65 – $23.89 Hourly

 

Part-time, temporary opportunity for individuals possessing a State of North Carolina Standard Fire Inspector Level I, II, or III certification. This position will work a flexible schedule up to 30 hours per week, performing difficult technical work conducting routine fire inspections, re-inspections, and permit inspections; ensuring compliance with North Carolina Fire Prevention Code and local ordinance.

 

Work includes considerable public contact in dealing with contractors, architects, homeowners, the general public, and other Town staff.

 

Work is performed under the general supervision of the Chief Code Enforcement Official – Fire.

 

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Fire Engineer

 

Agency:  Town of Edenton

 

Salary:  $34,200

 

Performs responsible fire suppression and incident response activities including operating fire apparatus and participating in firefighting. Perform related work as required.  Graduate from High school supplement by completion of courses and seminars in fire services and considerable experience in a fire service.  Experience as a member of a firefighting company preferred. Position open is for the swing person whose work includes, working for personnel on vacation and out sick while maintaining regular shift coverage. Possession of a valid N.C. Driver’s License Class C required and must be upgraded to a Class B within 30 days of hiring date.  Must reside within 6 miles of city limits within 30 days of hiring date.  Must be 19 years of age.  Starting salary is $ 34,200 with excellent benefits.  Resume and a completed Town of Edenton job application can be mailed to the Town of Edenton Fire Department, P O Box 300, Edenton, NC  27932 or dropped off at the Edenton Town Hall, 400 South Broad Street, Edenton, NC.  Position will remain open until filled.   Drug Free Workplace/EOE.

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ASSISTANT FIRE MARSHAL

 

Agency:  City of Rocky Mount

 

Salary: $22.48 – $33.72

 

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FIREFIGHTER/APPARATUS OPERATOR

 

Agency:  New Hanover County

 

Salary:  $38, 578

 

Closing Date:  09/16/18

 

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