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Fire Safety Inspector

Are you seeking Work Life Balance?

How about living in one of the best places in the US?

Sarasota County has a Fire Safety Inspector position to perform code enforcement in the area of Life and Fire Safety, new and existing acceptance testing of Fire Protection Systems and Certificate of Occupancy Inspections through the use of national and state codes.

Minimum Qualifications:   A High School Diploma or its equivalent required. A current Florida Fire Safety Inspector Certificate as issued by the Florida Bureau of Fire Standards and Training. A valid Florida Driver’s License at time of hire.

Preferred Qualifications: One year of fire safety experience is preferred. Experience, classes or an Associate’s Degree in Fire Science, Fire Administration, Hazardous Materials or Inspections is also preferred.

Pay: $23.81 – $27.64 and great benefits including the Florida Retirement System.

For more information and to apply: https://bit.ly/3jmzfEc or go to www.scgov.net/jobs to see all our job openings. 

Come see why Sarasota County is the premier community where people choose to live, work, and play.

Per the rules of the site, this announcement will be removed 12/24/21


Job Title: Fire Marshal Osceola County 

Department: Fire Rescue and EMS

FLSA Status: Full-Time, Exempt

Starting Annual Salary: $ $80,184.00 - $88,192.00 DOQ

*** $10,000 SIGN-ON INCENTIVE ***

Under executive direction, the purpose of the position is to perform highly responsible professional, administrative, technical, operational, and supervisory work as it relates to fire code enforcement including inspection activities, permitting, and fire prevention functions.

Employees in this classification function at an executive capacity and are responsible for ensuring adherence to, and compliance with, all applicable County, State and Federal code and regulatory requirements for both residential and commercial sectors. The employee works with technical independence according to accepted principles and conformity with general County policies and the recommendations prescribed by the various special boards. The objective is to ensure the safety, health, and general welfare of the public and business community.

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Position is open continuously but per the rules of the site, post will be removed 1/3/22

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To submit your ad:

  • Send us an email with your ad to jobpostings@ffmia.org.  If your ad is posted on your website, feel free to give us the exact path and we can link directly to it. Or if you prefer, you can submit your ad to us in a Word document or .pdf format
  • Please indicate in the body of your email the starting and closing dates of the position (or if Open until filled). Positions will be posted for a period of 30 days. If you require additional time, please submit that information as part of your request. 

Please note that posting of an ad is not automatic. Please allow 3 business days for your ad to be reviewed prior to posting.

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