? Provide effective and efficient leadership in all aspects of service delivery, including emergency management, fire prevention, fire protection, fire suppression, public education, rescue, medical assistance responses and training and other relevant core services provided by the municipality
? Prepares reports, makes presentations and provides advice and guidance to Council on incidents, fire protection, fire prevention, inspections, communications, and other fire related issues and strategies, and new or pending legislation and regulatory guidelines
? Responsible for the development, implementation, monitoring and maintenance of appropriate policies and procedures that support the effective operation of the department
? Oversees the delivery of Public Education Programs throughout the community; ensures special/high risk groups are identified and programs/measures are in place to promote fire safety
? Oversees the financial planning of the department, through the development and implementation of the Capital and Operating Budgets, ensuring service delivery is efficient and cost effective
? Assists in the development and maintenance of the Township emergency plan, and emergency preparedness program and acts as alternate CEMC and as a member of the Emergency Control Group
? Prepares specifications for major equipment and calls for tenders; purchase all major equipment; ensures proper maintenance of all equipment; ensures that all stations are properly maintained
? Reviews site plans, zone changes applications, subdivisions agreements and new building plans; notes suitability and compliance
Hours of work: This position offers a schedule Monday to Friday, 8:30AM to 4:30PM; on call at all times, additional evening and weekend work hours may be required.
Rate of Pay: $96,670-$118,686
How to apply: Qualified applicants are invited to submit a resume, clearly marked Fire Chief, by regular mail or email to Human Resources firstname.lastname@example.org no later than April 26th, 2017.