Are you looking for a demanding, challenging and exciting career opportunity? If so, bring your knowledge of forest fire fighting to the Ministry of Natural Resources.What can I expect to do in this role?You will:• provide group leadership, technical guidance and coordination of Fire Ranger crews• assist in the planning and implementation of the regional fire management program that includes training, prevention, prescribed burning, suppression and equipment maintenance and development• promote and enhance the safety management system• work in progressively challenging fire line assignments such as sector leader or division supervisor• act in the Sector Response Officer function as requiredNote: This position will require travel and work in any area of the Province and/or Canada when necessary.How do I qualify?Mandatory requirements:• qualified at a minimum of Fire Incident Commander Level 5 (requires Initial Attack Incident Commander Course SP300 or equivalent)• physical ability to meet the demands of fire suppression activities• ability to work for extended periods of time in adverse weather conditions• possess a valid restricted radio-telephone operator's certificate• possess a valid driver's licencePeople skills:• demonstrated group leadership skills• possess strong interpersonal, presentation, and communication skills• demonstrated analytical, planning, and coordination skillsTechnical knowledge:• possess initiative and the ability to assimilate new fire suppression strategies, tactics and techniques in a variety of fire control circumstances, and to understand and meet objectives with available resources• knowledge of aerial operations, and fire behaviour observation and predictions• knowledge of and ability to operate and maintain forest fire suppression equipment and related equipment including pumps, chainsaws and foam injection unit• ability to interpret and apply relevant legislation such as the Forest Fires Prevention Act and other related legislation, policies and proceduresGeneral skills:• ability to use geographic information systems (GIS) • working knowledge of computer applications and word processing, databases, internet, electronic mail software and decision support systems• understanding of worker and supervisor responsibilities as outlined in the Occupational Health and Safety Act
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