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Jurisdiction: CITY OF HIGH POINT
Job Title : FIRE INSPECTOR II
SALARY: $43,621.76- $55,891.68 Annually
OPENING DATE: 12/25/17
CLOSING DATE: 01/12/18 05:00PM
Performs difficult protective service work in fire prevention and investigation; does related work as required.
Jurisdiction: CUMBERLAND COUNTY
Job Title : FIRE INSPECTOR
SALARY: $39,315 Annually
OPENING DATE: 12/20/17
CLOSING DATE: Continuous
An employee in this class performs advisory, training, inspections / code enforcement and administrative work in the Fire Marshal Office and emergency management programs of the county.
Jurisdiction: HARNETT COUNTY
Job Title : FIRE MARSHAL
SALARY: Minimum: $64,479 Annually Job Rate: $73,775
CLOSING DATE: 01/18/18
An employee in this class is responsible for the overall County fire safety function. Work involves conducting a fire prevention and inspection program to ensure compliance with State and local fire laws, codes, rules, and regulations. Work includes inspections of commercial and retail establishments, schools, and health care facilities, and, if requested, residences. The employee conducts fire education and safety programs, fire investigations, training and serves as liaison among the Emergency Services Director, County Commissioners and the fire departments in the unincorporated areas of the County. The employee is also responsible for assisting in developing and implementing emergency action plans in the event of natural and man-made disasters. Considerable independence and judgment are required in all aspects of the work, particularly in fire inspections. Considerable public contact requires that the employee exhibit tact and diplomacy in seeking compliance with fire laws, codes, rules, and regulations. The employee is subject to hazards associated with fire inspection, administrative, and firefighting work including working in both inside and outside environments, in extreme cold weather, and exposure to various hazards such as exposure to high heat, exposure to chemicals, and in the proximity to moving mechanical parts, electrical current, and working in high places. The employee is also exposed to atmospheric conditions and blood borne pathogens, and is sometimes required to wear a respirator, and may be required to work in close quarters. Work is performed under general supervision and is evaluated through observation, conferences, and written reports concerning the quality and effectiveness of work performed.