|FIRE SERVICE COORDINATOR|
|SEIU White Collar Non-Exempt|
|Performs technical work maintaining fire equipment, assisting in fire hose testing, pump testing, inventory, maintenance of tools and equipment and assisting in overall Staff & Line Operation.|
|Maintains tools and equipment from fire apparatus, ie., removes and replaces broken ax handles, pike poles, replaces light bulbs and batteries in hand held lights and repairs many tools that need screws, bolts, sharpening chain saws, etc. Maintains self-contained breathing apparatus.
Maintains inventory of tools and equipment, ie., actively rotates inventory equipment. Reports equipment that needs to be procured, reports and compiles items for annual budget requests to Staff supervisor. Removes gasoline from small tools such as chain saws, power plants. Tests stored power tools for readiness.
Assists Staff & Line supervisor in projects assigned such as retrieving data, information on fire equipment, demonstrations such as water flow from nozzles.
Pick up tools, equipment for inventory and returns to proper location.
Maintains fire hose that has been damaged in fires or fails tests. Replaces couplings, gaskets, returns fire hose to proper storage quarters.
Meets vendors, service contractors, etc. to allow them into secured fire stations to complete their efforts to deliver, make repairs, etc.
Maintains lists and data on fire equipment that Staff & Line needs to fulfill a proper budget request exercise, and for procurement.
Travels to fire stations for special needs, to assist with projects, to measure, to view and observe.
Assist fire crews in setting up hose testing machines, transporting hose testing equipment to stations, etc.
Assists fire pump test operator in hose layouts, hose couplings to apparatus and monitoring gauges.
Marks equipment for fire trucks to identify Orlando Fire Department equipment.
Keeps records on special assignments, ie., distribution of equipment such as nozzles. Logs work orders.
|Knowledge of small tools and their applications in repairing broken axe handles.
Knowledge of changing batteries in hand-held lights.
Knowledge of non-technical repairs to valves.
Knowledge of replacing handles on fire nozzles.
Knowledge of removing and replacing fire hose couplings.
Knowledge of hydraulics such as compressed air breathing apparatus.
Skilled with the dexterity to utilize screwdrivers, wrenches, etc.
Excellent driving skills.
Skills to focus on job at hand.
Ability to work with others.
Ability to receive directions and execute.
Ability to lift heavy items such as fire hose, nozzles, forcible entry tools, etc.
Ability to work with other personnel or alone.
Ability to learn new technical skills involving hydraulics, compressed air equipment repairs.
|High school graduate or equivalent plus two (2) years firefighter experience and some small equipment repair experience; or an equivalent combination of education, training and/or experience.|