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You have to not only have the skills and certification to teach a class but also a Fitness, Instructor, Fitness Instructor, Certified
Now that you have read about what you will be doing and the experience we seek, it is time to apply and make a difference in the lives of our patients.
Fire Instructor I. Respond to Structural, Aircraft Rescue Fire Fighting \(ARFF\), Hazmat, Emergency Medical Services \(EMS\), and Technical Rescue emergencies\. Texas Commission on Fire Protection \(TCFP\), International Fire Service Accreditation Congress \(IFSAC\) or Pro\-Board equivalent.
Possess or obtain Georgia EMS Instructor/Coordinator EMT level (AEMT Instructor/Coordinator level preferred) within six (6) months of hire and maintain the required number of continuing education and instructor hours every year to maintain certification.Apply NowUpdated 6 days ago
Pro Board (2018 or newer) or State of Wyoming Fire Instructor II. Battalion Chief Campbell County Fire Department Location: Gillette, WY. Fire Protection Analyst I. Contact © 2023 The Daily Dispatch, a service of the Western Fire Chiefs Association (v2.0.Apply NowUpdated 16 days ago
Preferred Qualifications: A.S. Degree in Fire Science; 10 years’ experience as a firefighter, with five years as a TrainingOfficer; Certification as Firefighter I/II, Fire Instructor I/II, Fire Office I/II and experience as a Fire Instructor.Full-timeApply NowUpdated 4 days ago
For many, it was easy finding a job while in college. But after job hunting for weeks, you may wonder why it is so hard to get a job after college. After all, you’ve put a lot of time and effort into getting your degree. But don’t get discouraged. The University of Washington found that 53% of graduates are either unemployed or working a job that doesn’t require a degree. Other studies also show that landing your first job can take between 3 and 6 months. So, getting your first job takes time.
Additional fire service training is available including apparatus operator - tender, command aid, fire instructor, fire officer, and more. VOLUNTEER FIREFIGHTER - FIRE DEPARTMENT Have you ever thought about becoming a volunteer with your community's fire department.Apply NowUpdated 1 days ago
Examples of desired skills for instruction include: Michigan Fire Fighters Training Council (MFFTC) Certified Instructor I or II (and/or III if /when adopted through the MFFTC). Ability to teach pre-service candidates as well as paid, paid-on-call, volunteer, and public safety officer/fire fighters in the advanced programs.Updated 0 days ago
Master's Degree and one or more of the extended professional developmental courses, such as Fire Inspector, Chief Fire Officer, or Training Instructor. Bachelor's Degree or Associate's Degree from an accredited college or university with major course work in Management, Public Administration, or Fire Science; supplemented by fifteen (15) years of progressively responsible experience in fire service, including five (5) years at the administrative and supervisory level and three (3) years at the rank of Battalion Chief or higher; or an equivalent combination of training and experience.
If you feel comfortable teaching people and would you be interested in joining our instructors team, please email us a resume, cover letter and references.
Must have a minimum of 2 years teaching experience and have 4 of each of their own training mannequins and AED trainers.
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Certifications: National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) compliant certification at the levels of Firefighter I, Firefighter II, Hazardous Materials Awareness/Operations, and Fire Instructor I.Full-time
The salary transparency trend continues. Last year, Colorado passed its Equal Pay Transparency Rules, which required employers to include compensation in job postings, notify employees about promotional opportunities, and record job descriptions and wage records. Soon after, states like Washington, Nevada, Maryland, and Rhode Island followed suit.
Proof of completion of certified SFT Fire Training Instructor 1A, + 1B , or Instructor I, or State Fire Marshal Instructor Certificate. Instructor I (offered through the State Fire Marshal's Office) or.Part-timeApply NowUpdated 17 days ago
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State certification as Fire Officer 1, Fire Instructor 1 and Fire Inspector 1. Audit daily timecards, coordinate, and record fire department PM assignments, audit My Learning training compliance, assigning, and coordinating monthly fire department continuing education training, and managing firefighter and EMT training certifications.Full-time
Programs meeting the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) 1041 Standards for Fire Service Instruction Professional Qualifications, Fire Instructor Level 1 or 2, including those accredited by the International Fire Service Accreditation Congress (IFSAC) or the National Board on Fire Service Professional Qualifications (NBFSPQ.Starting at $40 an hourPart-time
People's initial perception of your organization is also known as your brand reputation. Your brand rep either encourages or discourages people from engaging with your company. This means the way people view your company will affect sales and even recruiting efforts.
Develops presentations and computer-generated products including flyers, brochures and other graphics using audio-visual, computer, photographic, and/or hardware-based technologies for fire education and life safety programs, works with GIS analyst to utilize ATC- CWPP wildfire risk model.Apply NowUpdated 7 days ago
The Tactical Operations Instructor provides instructional services to meet the Coast Guard’s unique needs in support of high-risk training and live-fire exercises. Four (4) years of experience as a close quarters combat instructor/trainer for a Tier I, Tier II level or equivalent (CG MSRT/TACLET, SF, SEAL, MARSOC, FBI HRT, CBP-BORTAC, large metro-area SWAT, etc.
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