Website City of Healdsburg
The City of Healdsburg is currently recruiting a Fire Inspector to join our team! From inspections, to plan reviews, to code compliance, to fire prevention education, to investigating the cause and origin of fires – this position offers a variety of exciting ways to make a big impact in the community. In addition, the Fire Inspector will have the opportunity to participate in fire suppression and medical response activities.
As a key member of the Fire Department, the future Fire Inspector has the unique opportunity to work closely with colleagues across department lines – including Police, Public Works, Code Enforcement and Community Development. This role will be responsible for enforcing laws related to fire prevention, suppression, and investigation, contributing to the overall safety of the community. The ideal candidate is collaborative, detail-oriented, committed to fire safety, possesses a strong understanding of fire codes, and is ready to hit the ground running.
The Fire Inspector works 40 hours/week. By joining our team at the City of Healdsburg, you can take advantage of our amazing benefits, such as low to no cost health insurance rates, City-paid life insurance, 13 paid holidays, CalPERS retirement pension, and generous paid time off! Additional benefits include monthly incentive pay for Bilingual English/Spanish, Education, Hazardous Materials Scene Management certification, Fire Inspector II and Plans Examiner certifications. The salary range for the Fire Inspector is $8,450.89 to $10,310.90 per month. Bilingual in English/Spanish highly desired. Experience in CUPA/Hazardous Materials programs highly desired.
The deadline to apply is 11:59 PM on February 20th, 2024. Prior to employment with the City of Healdsburg, candidates will be required to successfully complete the following: Oral Board Interview; practical examination; Chief’s interview; pass a thorough background investigation, psychological and polygraph testing, and pass a full, complete physical examination.
Applications will be continuously reviewed. The Oral Board Interview and Assessment Process is scheduled for February 26, or February 27. Applicants are highly encouraged to schedule their calendars accordingly for these dates.
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About the Healdsburg Fire Department:
Located at 601 Healdsburg Avenue, the Healdsburg Fire Department, established in 1858, is responsible for protecting the life, environment, and property of its citizens and community from the dangers of fire and hazardous materials incidents and by providing emergency first aid response to medical emergencies. Additionally, the department supports and maintains programs in fire prevention, disaster preparedness, hazardous materials management, public education, and weed abatement. The Mission of the Healdsburg Fire Department is to provide the highest level of service to our community by protecting and preserving life, environment, and property in a safe and efficient manner.
The Healdsburg Fire Department consists of the Fire Chief, one Division Chief/Fire Marshal, three Captains, three Engineers, three Firefighters, a Fire Inspector, an Office Assistant, and a roster of 19 Reserve Firefighters. Fire Captains work a 48/96 shift schedule, leading a crew consisting of a Fire Engineer and Firefighter, as well as any assigned Reserve Firefighters.
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