Are you a seasoned fire service professional, ready to take the helm in a
dynamic and challenging environment? The City of Fremont is seeking an
exceptional individual to fill the critical role of Division Chief for our
esteemed fire department!
The Division Chief is a sworn, management-level classification that
reports to our Deputy Chief (or Fire Chief in some cases). This Division
Chief position is a 40-hour, non-shift assignment with complex
administrative and program management duties, including operations,
special ops, training, emergency medical services, maintenance, code
compliance, and public education.
Is This the Perfect Role for You?
Leadership at its Core: We seek experienced individuals with a
proven track record in leading teams. If you’ve successfully navigated
the complexities of emergency services and demonstrated the ability
to inspire and coach, we want to hear from you.
Strategic Thinkers Welcome: We thrive in high-stakes situations,
and we’re looking for strategic thinkers who can make critical
decisions under pressure. If you’re someone who anticipates
challenges, develops effective strategies, and executes with precision,
this is the place for you.
Comprehensive Approach: The Fire Department values leaders who
approach their work comprehensively. We’re not just about fighting
fires; we’re about preventing them, managing resources efficiently,
and implementing innovative solutions to best serve our community.
Project Management: The ability to manage projects seamlessly is a
key aspect of this role. From planning and execution to monitoring
and evaluation, we need someone who can drive projects forward
with precision and excellence.
Supervisory Skills: As a Division Chief, you’ll be overseeing a team of
dedicated professionals. Your ability to inspire, mentor, and coach
personnel to perform at their best is crucial to our success. If you’re a
leader who knows how to bring out the best in others, we want you
on our team.
Emergency and Non-Emergency Mastery: Your role will encompass
both emergency and non-emergency responsibilities. Whether it’s
coordinating responses to crisis or implementing strategic initiatives,
community engagement, your expertise will be integral to the success
of our department.
To apply for this job please visit www.governmentjobs.com.