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POSITION ANNOUNCEMENT-MILLARD COUNTY FIRE WARDEN-JANUARY 21, 2015
Wednesday, 21 January 2015 16:16

UTAH DIVISION OF FORESTRY, FIRE AND STATE LANDS

ANNOUNCES
The Position of
FIRE TECHNICIAN III ( Millard County Fire Warden )
OPENING DATE: 1-21-2015
CLOSING DATE: 2-27-2015
Salary Range: $16.50 to $24.79

The Department of Natural Resources, Division of Forestry, Fire and State Lands has one full-time position available in Millard County.  This position is a funding limited assignment with full benefits. Successful candidates will be required to reside within Millard County. Work schedule will include weekends and holidays.

EXAMPLES OF WORK:
The Millard County Fire Warden is responsible to:

· Provide initial attack on all wildland fires occurring on state and private land in Millard County.
· Remains on call at all times during the wildland fire season and responds to fires when needed.
· Supervise assisting resources during attack on wildland fires.
· Be responsible for and maintain assigned vehicle and equipment.
· Be a liaison for Millard County and the State of Utah to federal agencies in all wildland fire matters within the county.
· Coordinate wildland fire training for the volunteer fire departments in the assigned counties.
· Speak in public meetings from time to time as needed to promote wildland fire considerations.
· Complete reports and documentation in a timely manner.
· Care for and efficiently operate office and office equipment.
· Oversee the federal excess properties issued within the county.
· Issue burning permits for burning projects in the unincorporated area of the counties.
· Promote fire prevention and mitigation projects within the unincorporated areas of the counties.
· Design and carry out many tasks independently.
· Carry out other tasks assigned by supervisor.
· Exert arduous effort in a fire environment consisting of exposure to various terrain, weather, smoke, and fire conditions for extended periods of time.
· Work odd hours, weekends and evenings as needed.

REQUIREMENTS/SKILLS:
The Millard County Fire Warden must have the following skills or qualifications:

· NWCG ENGB and ICT4. (Position may be under-filled at the discretion of the hiring board)
· Familiar with operating a computer including spreadsheets, word processors, e-mail and internet.
· Comfortable making public presentations.
· Capable as a teacher in a classroom environment in setting up and teaching NWCG classes.
· Ability to provide clear leadership during fire suppression.
· Ability to cooperate with other governmental agencies and private organizations.
· Must be self-motivated and able to work independently with little supervisory direction.
· Ability to lift heavy loads and sustain demanding physical exertion for extended periods of time.
· Must pass the aerobic pack test at the arduous level as established by the National Wildland Coordination Group prior to employment and annually thereafter.
· Must provide and pass a criminal background check prior to employment.
· Must have a valid driver’s license.
· Must have a high school diploma

Send résumés to: Utah Forestry Fire and State Lands
Attn: Fred Johnson
1139 N Centennial Park Dr
Richfield, UT 84701
Or email to: This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it
Phone: 435 896 5697

DNR complies with the Americans with Disabilities Act. Hearing impaired employees who wish further information regarding this announcement may call the DNR TTY number at 538-7458. Disabled employees who desire reasonable accommodation in the interview process should contact the DNR Human Resource Office at 538-7210.

 
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Millard County is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

 
DISQUALIFIERS FOR POTENTIAL APPLICANTS
Wednesday, 06 October 2010 15:41

Non-U.S. Citizen
Failure of the P.O.S.T. Academy Entrance Exam
No less than Honorable Discharge from Military
Felony Convictions
No Misdemeanor Conviction for Crimes involving Violence, Drugs, & Moral Turpitude
Failure of the Medical Examination
Crimes involving Dishonesty
Crimes involving Unlawful Sexual Conduct
Crimes involving Physical Violence
Crimes involving the Unlawful Use, Manufacture, Cultivation, Sale or Possession for Sale of a Controlled Substance, or Use of the Following Drugs in the last FIVE Years:
Heroin
PCP
Quaaludes
Toluene
Percodan
Crank
Cocaine
Tai Sticks
Morphine
LSD
Crack
Mescaline
Peyote
Opium
Demerol
Methadone
Psilocybin/Mushroom
Amphetamine
Barbiturates
Injected/Methamphetamine
Failure to meet Good Moral Character Requirement
Failure to meet Physical, Emotional, or Mental Condition Requirement
Convictions of Minor Crimes
Falsification of Application

 

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