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RSS Civilian Residential Fire Fatality Notices
  • February 18 (6 fatalities) February 19, 2019
    On February 18, 6 residential fire fatalities were reported by the Nation's news media.
  • February 17 (4 fatalities) February 19, 2019
    On February 17, 4 residential fire fatalities were reported by the Nation's news media.
  • February 13 (16 fatalities) February 19, 2019
    On February 13, 16 residential fire fatalities were reported by the Nation's news media.
  • February 16 (3 fatalities) February 19, 2019
    On February 16, 3 residential fire fatalities were reported by the Nation's news media.
  • February 14 (14 fatalities) February 19, 2019
    On February 14, 14 residential fire fatalities were reported by the Nation's news media.
  • February 15 (4 fatalities) February 19, 2019
    On February 15, 4 residential fire fatalities were reported by the Nation's news media.
  • February 12 (6 fatalities) February 19, 2019
    On February 12, 6 residential fire fatalities were reported by the Nation's news media.

Please send a PDF or Word Document describing your employment opportunities to dconrad@charlottenc.gov.

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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