Fire Inspector
KRS - Marshall, TX

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Independent of, or under minimal, supervision, performs fire risk management surveys in compliance with AR 420-1, DODI 6055.6, UFC, and NFPA standards.
Inspects and maintains facilities to meet fire prevention standards


Organize daily, weekly, monthly and annual facilities inspection schedules
Conducts fire risk management surveys (fire inspections) in all facilities so as to identify and correct any potential fire hazards
Maintain facilities inspection records
Prepares required reports noting discrepancies and recommending corrective measures and allowing for follow-up on corrective actions implemented
Inspects and tests hose reels, hose cabinets, and portable fire extinguishers to include hydrostatic testing of pressure cylinders
Assists in training subordinate and new-hire personnel
Assists in conducting evacuation/fire exit drills
Plans and conducts fire safety programs
Conduct fire safety training classes, briefings and presentations to include live fire extinguisher classes
Attends meetings, performs design reviews and provides code references as requested
Issue burn permits and perform constructions site inspections
Performs other duties as assigned


II - Medium Physical Job Requirement
Able to pass a thorough physical fitness exam IAW NFPA 1500, drug testing, and background investigation
Relocate to the Marshall Islands

POSITION REQUIREMENTS: (Education, Experience, Skills, Knowledge, Abilities, Licenses/Certification):

Mandatory Requirements:
High school graduate or equivalent (either a GED or three years of work experience that demonstrates the ability to read, to write, to perform common mathematical tasks, and to comprehend written instructional documents in English)
DOD, IFSAC or ProBoard Fire Inspector I and Fire Inspector II certifications
DOD, IFSAC or ProBoard HazMat Awareness certifications
Fire Instructor I certification
Two years experience as a professional firefighter or fire inspector
Must have ability to communicate effectively, both orally and in writing
Shall have knowledge of fire codes and ability to interpret and apply statutory and regulatory standards
Shall have the ability to conduct fire inspections and fire safety programs
U.S. DoD Secret Security Clearance or the ability to obtain one
Eligible to pass a National Agency Test
Valid Driver's License
Maintain current passport

Preferred/Desired Requirements:
Possess skill in using a personal computer and Microsoft Office programs
Proficiency in report writing and software as “Fire House” data base program and Microsoft Word, Excel, & PowerPoint.

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