Oregon State Fire Marshal (OSFM) is hiring for one (1) full-time, permanent district Deputy State Fire Marshal position in Coos County and one (1) full-time, permanent regional Deputy State Fire Marshal position in Eastern Oregon.
Resumes will begin to be reviewed and interviews scheduled as early as March 11, 2024, so don’t delay! The job announcement will close prior to April 21, 2024, if successful candidates are selected at an earlier date.
As the Deputy State Fire Marshal, you will:
Oversee, coordinate, and lead/assist with fire investigations to determine origin and cause.
Lead or participate in multi-agency fire investigation teams or task forces on larger incidents, to expand capacity to assist with origin and cause of fires if needed.
Enforce state adopted and nationally recognized fire and life safety laws, codes, standards, and regulations.
Lead and/or assist with the instruction of NFPA courses to fire service partners on fire inspection and fire investigation related certifications.
Represent the State Fire Marshal at meetings such as the local county Fire Defense Board, Oregon Fire Marshals’ Association, International Association of Arson Investigators, and other professional groups.
Form partnerships with building officials, fire departments/districts, and other government agencies.
Review local fire and life safety code compliance program operations with local fire officials to assess community needs and adherence to fire prevention service and protection standards.
May be asked to participate on OSFM and statewide task force(s), local committees, and advisory groups formed by other agencies and organizations related to fire investigation, inspection, and enforcement activities.
May be utilized during all-hazards emergencies to provide assistance in a variety of ways. That assistance may be directly aiding the emergency effort in the field or in the Agency Operations Center (AOC).
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