DePere, WI Positions Available
Wednesday, 30 July 2014

Fire Chief and Assistant Fire Chief Positions Available in DePere, WI


The City of DePere, WI (pop.24,047) is a quaint City located along the Fox River, just minutes south of Green Bay, at the edge of a metropolitan area of 200,000 people, De Pere has all the advantages of the Green Bay and Brown County metro area, which enjoys a below average cost of living, has a low crime rate, and a vibrant economy, while maintaining a small community atmosphere.


The Fire Chief is responsible for the overall planning and direction of the fire prevention, fire suppression and Emergency Medical Services (EMS) programs. This position administers and directs the City’s Fire and Rescue. The Fire Chief directly supervises 7 full-time officers and 1 full-time clerical employee ad indirectly supervises 20 full-time and 25 paid on call employees.


The Fire Chief and Assistant Fire Chief have recently retired. the city plans to hire a Fire Chief first and then allow the newly hired Chief to be part of the final selection process for the assistant Chief.

For salary range and minimum qualifications please click here.


How to Apply: Apply online at www.de-pere.org; then click on Jobs tab and follow the link for employment.


Application Deadline: Applications will be accepted until the position is filled. Review of applications will begin September 2, 2014. It is anticipated that the Fire Chief will participate in the final selection of the Assistant Fire Chief.

 
Haz Mat Technician Class
Tuesday, 29 July 2014


Terre Haute Fire Department

Hazardous Materials Technician Class

September 8th - 19th







Where:
Terre Haute Fire Department Training Center

2465 N. Brown Ave.

Terre Haute, IN. 47804


Time:
0800 - 1700 (80 Hrs) Monday - Friday


Cost: FREE ***(Hotel Room and Meals NOT INCLUDED)***


Prerequisites: State of Indiana HazMat Awareness/Operations Cert.


Open to: All Career and Volunteer Departments


Instructors: IAFF Certified Instructors www.iaff.org/et/hw


Come experience the nationally accredited program from the International Association of Fire Fighters! The IAFF provides this class FREE of charge to all departments with instructors from departments all over the nation. This is the 3rd time we have used the IAFF and are very pleased with the program. Registration and contact info below. Please contact below for Lodging & Registration Info.


LODGING: Training Chief Jason Kane

Office: 812-244-2833

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Registration: Captain Russell Feuquay
Cell: 812-240-8417
 
Jake Laird Golf Outing
Monday, 21 July 2014

ELEVENTH ANNUAL

JAKE LAIRD MEMORIAL

GOLF OUTING

Friday, August 22, 2014

Pebble Brook Golf Club

Noblesville, IN



Registration...8:30am

Opening Ceremonies...10:30am

Shotgun start...11:00am



The mission of this memorial fund is to provide financial contributions to law and fire department agencies for the purchase of new equipment, the institution of new instructional programs, or financial assistance to officers injured in the line of duty.


This annual golf tourney is the only fundraiser each year to raise money for this memorial fund. As of January 2014, this fund has been able to donate over $330,000 to various police and firefighter causes throughout the state of Indiana.


For further information please visit their website!


Download the Outing Brochure Here!

 
EMS Chief Position Available
Friday, 18 July 2014

  






EMS Division Chief Position available!


The Washington Township/Avon Fire Department is currently accepting applications for the position of Division Chief of EMS.


Applications including resume and salary history should be returned to 311 Production Drive, Avon, Indiana, 46123.


Application deadline is 4:00 p.m., Friday, August 1, 2014.


Position description and qualifications may be viewed at www.avonfd.org


Questions may be directed to Chief Dan Smith, 317-272-2155.

 
LSA - EMS Report
Friday, 18 July 2014

Indiana Legislative Services Agency - EMS REPORT 

Each year, the Legislative Services Agency prepares reports for the Legislative Council in accordance with IC 2-5-21. As directed by Legislative Council Resolution 13-03, this report is a study evaluating the efficacy of housing all state programs relating to emergency medical services and the state's trauma system within one state agency, and comparing Indiana's trauma system to trauma systems in other states. This report contains information on EMS services and trauma care in Indiana and examines the role of the Indiana State Department of Health and the Indiana Department of Homeland Security.

Click here to view the 2014 Report

 
IERC Registration Open!
Monday, 14 July 2014

 

The 2014 INDIANA EMERGENCY RESPONSE CONFERENCE will be held at the Sheraton Indianapolis Hotel at Keystone Crossing, Indianapolis on August 20-23, 2014.   

 

Click Here to View Our Video!

 

Please visit the conference web site at www.IndianaERC.com to register using our simple and secure online process.

 

Check out all of the educational courses available!  

The IERC web site (and linked RegOnline website) will have a detailed listings of all educational tracks including descriptions of each course, speaker information and times for each class. 

 

Vendor information can be obtained from the 2014 Exhibitor Guide

 

 
CPSE WORKSHOP
Monday, 14 July 2014

CARMEL FIRE HOSTS CPSE WORKSHOP!

Self-Assessment Workshop

September 8-9, 2014

 

Community Risk/Standards of Cover Workshop

September 10, 2014

 

Learn how to:

* Explain the benefits of self-assessment and, ultimately, accreditation.

* Define the planning requirements for self-assessment.

* Review the self-assessment process and the performance activities that define it.

* Prepare fire and emergency service personnel for a successful self-assessment.

* Prepare fire and emergency service personnel for an on-site peer evaluation.

* Explain a process that allows agencies to determine their level of service performance in a consistent manner.

* Review the CFAI definition of the planning requirements to be considered in the self-assessment process.

* Define methods agencies can use to determine the levels of service appropriate for its responsibilities and risks.

* Define methods of developing a Standards of Response Coverage report.


 

DETAILS & REGISTRATION:

Accreditation

 

WORKSHOP LOCATION:
Carmel Fire Department
2 Civic Square
Carmel, IN 46032

  

CONTACT FOR LOCAL AGENCY:
Denise Snyder
317.571.2622

 


FOR DESCRIPTIONS OF PROGRAMS AND SERVICES, VISIT: 

www.publicsafetyexcellence.org , or call 866-866-2324
 
Juvenile Firesetter Conference
Wednesday, 11 June 2014


Juvenile Firesetters Conference:
Impact of Social Media and Multiple Sides of Juvenile Firesetting







AUGUST 07, 2014
8:00AM-4:00PM
NORTHEAST INDIANA PUBLIC SAFETY ACADEMY/IVY TECH CAMPUS SOUTH
7602 PATRIOT CROSSING
FORT WAYNE, IN 46816

REGISTRATION: $60

INCLUDES SIX CEU’S/PLU’S

ONLINE REGISTRATION ONLY - Click Here To Register!

Juvenile firesetting is a devastating, costly and sometimes deadly problem that affects every community in the United States. Yet often, juvenile firesetters go unnoticed, causes of fires remain undetermined, and young people never receive needed treatment and/or consequences.

This conference will focus upon the significant impact current social media use and the constant exposure to the virtual world has on juveniles More often than not today, children find themselves learning as much from the virtual world than from the real world.

At this year’s conference participants will:
  • Understand the current state of social media among children and teens.
  • Explore how virtual media has implications for learning, particularly as it relates to delinquency and firesetting.
  • See specific instances of social media use by juvenile firesetters.
  • Understand the effect of social media and the virtual on juveniles.
  • Learn how you and your colleagues can combat juvenile firesetting in your community.
  • Examine specific cases of juvenile firesetting behavior and investigate these cases based on typology of firesetting .
  • Learn examples of therapeutic and intervention strategies.
  • Have ample opportunity for general discussion and sharing of ideas .

This training is sponsored by: Allen County Juvenile Firesetters Task Force
and The Fort Wayne Fire Department
 
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