Consider this unique career opportunity! Enjoy a great level of independence while being a front-line representative of a very important organization:Your fire protection and safety expertise are sought by the Office of the Fire Marshal to monitor fire protection services and provide support to municipalities.What can I expect to do in this role?In this challenging position, your role will include:• Analyzing issues and trends associated with municipal fire protection and safety• Liaising with other ministries and agencies such as municipalities, professional organizations, police services personnel, emergency responders, aboriginal organizations and stakeholders in emergency and non-emergency situations• Advising on the application of relevant legislation• Making recommendations to improve fire service programs• Providing coaching, mentoring and training• Conducting problem-solving, conflict resolution and continuous improvement• Supporting projects and initiativesHow do I qualify?Mandatory• The successful candidate will be expected to work from a home office and will receive a monthly allowance for their office. The candidate will be expected to report to a regional office at times• You must be able to travel within Ontario and work unconventional hours (i.e. a flexible schedule that will include some evening meetings, as well as work on Holidays and weekends)• You must have a minimum valid driver's licence class of “G” or equivalent as recognized by the Province of OntarioKnowledge of Fire Protection and Prevention• You have knowledge of all areas of fire protection• You have proven understanding of municipal fire service delivery systems and practices• You are able to interpret and apply legislation, including the Fire Protection and Prevention Act, 1997 and other relevant legislation, standards and codesDemonstrated Consultation, Oral Communication, and Negotiation Skills• You have proven oral communication and consultation skills to provide effective guidance and advice to stakeholders• You have effective negotiation and conflict resolution skills to mediate disputes and resolve problems• You have demonstrated ability to work effectively with a diverse group of stakeholders and officialsProgram Management, Evaluation, and Other Essential Skills• You have proven research and analytical skills to evaluate program effectiveness, assess risks, and to gather information• You have well developed problem-solving skills and are able to recommend effective solutions• You have proven written communication and computer skills including word processing, spreadsheets, databases and email• You have project and time management skills to prioritize, plan and manage competing day-to-day demands
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