KBR Marshall Islands: Fire Chief (Contingency Hire) in United States

Title: Marshall Islands: Fire Chief (Contingency Hire)

Location: Asia Pacific

Job Number: 1049932

KBR is an equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, disability, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, age, national origin, veteran status, genetic information, union status and/or beliefs, or any other characteristic protected by federal, state, or local law


Fire Chief (Contingency Hire)

Position is contingent upon award of the contract

DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES: The Fire Chief is responsible for all aspects of fire and emergency services including crash damage and disabled aircraft (CDDAR) recovery fire protection functions.

This duty includes,

but is not limited to camps, ammunition supply points, airfield, lodging facilities, retail facilities, and specialized maintenance facilities. The Chief oversees the development of policies, procedures and programs related to department management, fire ground operations, training, fire prevention, fire protection engineering, aircraft fire rescue fighting, or other related responsibilities and in accordance with NFPA and Navy regulations.

The position ensures the competency of department personnel through the implementation of applicable operating procedures and process improvement programs, establishes department training and inspections/prevention program requirements, and ensures the department can effectively implement those programs and improve the procedures as necessary. The Fire Chief assigns personnel to various duties, maximizing efficiency, given knowledge, training, and experience of the members available in accordance with policies and procedures. He/she oversees the department operations watch schedule approving and monitoring all labor cost, analyzes and interprets records and data, given fire department records system, to determine validity and recommend improvements. The position prepare an action plan, given an emergency incident requiring multiple agency operations, so that the required resources are determined and the assignment and placement of the resources are designated in order to mitigate the incident. Furthermore the Chief establishes the development of the organizational structure of the department; departmental operating procedures for administration, emergency operations, and safety; departmental budget process; information management and record keeping; the fire prevention and building safety codes and ordinances applicable to the jurisdiction; incident management system.



International Fire Service Accreditation Certifications (IFSAC)

Fire Officer IV

Fire Inspector II

HAZMAT Incident Commander

Airport Firefighter

Ship Board Firefighter

EXPERIENCE: Five (5) years’ experience as a Fire Chief or Deputy Fire Chief.

In-depth experience with the DOD Fire and Emergency Services Certification Program, DODI 6055.06-M and Army Emergency Management Program, DAPAM 525-27.


Job: Fire Protection