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Program Coordinator I - S.C. Fire Academy

Organization: SCLLR
Date Posted: 9/15/2020
Country: United States
Primary Category: Emergency Services
Type of Position: Full-Time
Education Requirement: Bachelor's
Experience Requirement: 3-5 years

Description & Details

Job Duties


Teaches as a lead instructor for Academy with specific interest in Industrial and ARFF firefighting programs, both on and off site. Also assists in Municipal, Haz-Mat, and Rescue Programs as needed. Job requires wearing Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) and/or the use of a Self Contained Breathing Apparatus (SCBA), entering burn buildings with smoke present, fighting live fires on training props (both in and outside), raising and lowering ladders, climbing ladders, and/or moving equipment that averages 100lbs. Teaches and conducts other SCFA courses as assigned. Serves as a member of the site emergency team on the State Fire Campus, including responding to site fires or incidents. Plans and/or coordinates State Fire Industrial and ARFF Programs as assigned to include registering students, billing and preparing customer contracts, and submitting student payments after course completion. Assists in the set up of fire equipment and props as required. Performs minor maintenance of fire and rescue equipment and props. Drives a state vehicle or fire apparatus as needed. Supervises instructors, staff, and/or inmates as needed with assigned work or courses. Performs other duties as assigned.


Job Qualifications


A bachelor's degree and relevant program experience. Must be able to work nights, weekends, and/or holidays in inclement weather and in hazardous environments. Overnight travel and the ability to drive a state vehicle. Requires Current South Carolina Drivers’ License and motor vehicle record that complies with State and Agency fleet guidelines. Ability to climb a ladder, lift objects over 100 pounds, wear PPE (to include fit testing for respirator use and successful completion of required OSHA compliant medical physical), and work within IDLH environments.

Three years instructional experience in fire prevention, fire protection, and/or related courses. A combination of education, relevant training, and experience may be considered as substitution for a bachelor's degree upon approval by the Division of State Human Resources.

How to Apply / Contact
Interested individuals should apply using the electronic state application located at The Human Resources Office accepts only online state applications.

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