Battalion Chief Hiring
Application Period: December 9, 2022 to December 30, 2022 at 5:00 PM MST
The Fort Lupton Fire Protection District is accepting resumes for the position of BATTALION CHIEF.
The position is considered “at will” and salary exempt position working a 48/96 schedule but may be subject to working a combination of a 24- hour shifts, and additional hours as needed. The BATTALION CHIEF is responsible for all aspects of the day-to day administration, operation and supervision of the District’s Daily Shift Operations, Including but not limited to, assisting the FIRE CHIEF and FIRE MARSHAL in planning, coordinating, and implementing daily shift functions, pre-fire planning, maintenance, inspections, fire prevention, administrative functions, structural safety, rescue operations, fire suppression response, medical response, and fire/medical training of the District’s Volunteers and career staff.
The BATTALION CHIEF is also expected to exercise discretion and independent judgment in all his/her duties, including, administering, managing, and overseeing the budget, stations, training, administrative duties, station, and personnel management, which are an essential component of the District’s operations. The BATTALION CHIEF’s responsibilities include the coordination and delivery of quality training and continuing education in the areas of fire suppression, hazardous materials, emergency medical services, special rescue, fire prevention, public fire safety education, extrication, safety, interpersonal relations, customer service, and emergency vehicle operations. A primary duty of the BATTALION CHIEF will require him/her to direct the District’s fire ground and complex emergency operations.
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Career Firefighter Hiring and Eligibility List
Application Period: November 21, 2022 to December 30, 2022 at 5:00 PM MST
The Fort Lupton Fire Protection District is accepting applications for the position of CAREER FIREFIGHTER.
The position is considered “at will” and is a non-exempt position working a 24-hour rotating fire shift assignment. The CAREER FIREFIGHTER currently works a 48/96 schedule but may be subject to working a combination of 24-hour shifts. The CAREER FIREFIGHTER is responsible for all aspects of responding to calls for service, protection of life and property through prevention and extinguishment of fires,and providing specialized rescue.
The CAREER FIREFIGHTER is also expected to perform basic life support emergency medical services until advanced life support units arrive on scene. Non-emergency duties may include, but not be limited to, maintenance; fire prevention; inspections; pre-fire planning; and other community support services. The CAREER FIREFIGHTER also will be responsible for the general cleanliness and upkeep of facilities, grounds, equipment, and other District property. A copy of the position description is available from the District’s Administrative Office.