Offered Salary R27 494.16 pm (basic salary excluding benefits)
Industry Human and social issues
Centre Public Safety (Emergency Management Services)
Winnifred Montswagae Tel No: (011) 758 5183 / (011) 674 0723
Where to submit application
All applications will be through the website using this link: Public Safety (Emergency Management Services) - Training Officer/Tutor Commercial https://share.hsforms.com/1_aq4D0c8QyqfYwPj6h0Z5A469tl Or visit www.joburg.org.za and click on Vacancies.
This is an employment equity targeted position and preference will be given to Indian/White Males, Indian/White Females including people with disabilities.
Appointment Requirements: ? National Higher Certificate in Fire technology NQF 5 (WHICH TAKES PRECEDENCE). Graduate Diploma (SAESI) or IFE Level 3 Diploma; ? Grade 12 at NQF level 4; ? Fluent to talk and type English; ? IFSAC Certified Fire FIGHTER I & II NFPA1001 & Hazmat Awareness and Operations NFPA 472; ? Driver Operator Pumps; ? Driver Operator Aerial; ? Current Registration with the HPCSA at BLS level; ? Valid Drivers license (Code C) and valid PDP; ? Certified IFSAC NFPA 1041 Fire Service Instructor Level 1; ? Intermediate competency in MS Word, Excel and PowerPoint; ? Minimum 4 years as a Fire Fighter in a Fire Service with Basic training experience. Primary Function Respond to emergencies, saving lives and protecting property. Performing Quality Assurance of skills in the workplace and on scene, to determine skills and capacitating learners and fire fighters with the knowledge, skills, and competence to safely work within an emergency setting, saving lives and protecting properly, manage resources and facilities to ensure training is continued in a safe and reliable manner. Key Performance Areas: Commands a platoon. Supervises the Implementation of departmental policy. Supervises the utilization and maintenance of station/academy resources. Maintain preparedness and respond to all large scale emergency incidents and incidents requiring specialist skills and knowledge. Develop, implement, and control Continual Professional development program. Assist with the development of the training courses and do preparation prior to implementation. Facilitate the training process, including class lectures, workplace experience, on the road practical experience or live fire-fighting drills. Conduct Assessment of all Training in accordance with the Framework set out by the regulating authority. Leading Competencies: Basic knowledge of Fire Brigades Service Act, National Qualifications Frame work Act, Skills Development Act, Health and Safety Act. All knowledge Components in NFPA 1001, NFPA 1002 (Chapter 5, 6 &10), NFPA 1041 (CHAPTER 4), NFPA 1072 (chapter 5&6). Good knowledge of Driving policy, Collective disciplinary agreement. Basic Ambulance curriculum. Core Competencies: All skills Components in NFPA 1001, NFPA 1002 (Chapter 5, 6&10), NFPA 1041 (CHAPTER 5&6). Basic Ambulance protocol.