Fire Marshall/Inspector ***OCONUS *** JORDAN
As the Fire Marshall/Inspector, you will plan, organize, and conduct fire prevention activities throughout the air base to include fire inspections, fire investigations, public education, plan reviews, and fire protection system acceptance inspections. Assist, implements, and manages the Fire Prevention Program to ensure compliance with Performance Work Statement, US Airforce Regulation, Unified Facilities Criteria (UFC), ASG-KU policies, and National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) standards.
Essential Job Functions
- Conducts inspections and maintains documentation of all facility fire inspections.
- Performs plan reviews to ensure fire protection systems are IAW with Air Force-KU policies and UFC’s guidance.
- Participates and maintains the fire extinguisher exchange program for facilities.
- Conducts Facility Manager, Fire Warden and other fire prevention training.
- Works conducts final acceptance inspections on new construction, and renovation projects.
- Maintains appropriate documentation on the inspection and testing of wet pipe sprinkler systems
- Participate in Environmental Safety and Health (ESH) programs.
- Helps formulate long range goals related protection of personnel, facilities, materials, and equipment.
- Assists with fire investigations as required
Education & Experience:
- Five (5) years expereince as a fire inspector
- Five (5) years of fire inspector experience as a Fire Prevention Specialist, US Military, DOD, or civilian is preferred.
Licenses and Certifications:
- Fire Investigator and/or Plans Reviewer (highly desirable)
- Fire Inspector II
- Fire Inspector III (preferred)
- Fire Officer I
- Fire Instructor I
- Fire Instructor II (preferred)
Knowledge & Skills:
- Must have knowledge of occupancy classification types, the fire hazards present in various occupancies, and the occupant load factors relating to various occupancy classifications.
- Knowledge of fire department mission and organization; safety requirements and objectives; fire alarm and communications; fire behavior; portable fire extinguishers; personal protective clothing and equipment, water supplies and sprinklers; hazardous materials; fire prevention and public fire education; and fire cause determination.
- Must possess a valid U.S. Driver’s License and be able to drive manual.
- Possess a valid U.S. Passport (preferred)
- Must be able to meet all current USCENTCOM Deployment Policy Requirements, including vaccination for COVID-19 as outlined in Paragraph 1.A. of the USCENTCOM JAN 22 MOD SIXTEEN TO USCENTCOM INDIVIDUAL AND INDIVIDUAL-UNIT DEPLOYMENT POLICY
- Able to obtain and maintain a valid multiple entry-visa for Jordan.
- Must be able to work in extreme environmental conditions including dust and high temperatures.
- Must be able to endure long hours, exposure to weather and hazardous conditions.
Security Clearance: Must have and maintain a DoD Secret Clearance
Readiness Management Support, L.C.
Readiness Management Support, L.C. (RMS) is a leading provider of global-scale logistics, facilities management, and advanced professional and technical services. RMS provides a broad spectrum of services and solutions to U.S. and international government agencies, and organizations. A world-class leader in providing seasoned program management, RMS leverages and integrates its capabilities to provide safe, innovative, and reliable solutions to meet customers' diverse and complex challenges. RMS is a wholly owned subsidiary of IAP Worldwide Services, Inc.
RMS/IAP is an EOE, including disability/vets.
All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability, or status as a protected veteran.