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Anaheim Fire & Rescue
Anaheim, California, United States
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Description

The mission of the Community Risk Reduction Division is "To provide and maintain a safe environment for the citizens and businesses in Anaheim through a professional balance of education, engineering, enforcement and evaluation; and by visualizing problems through the eyes of those we serve."  Anaheim Fire and Rescue seeks a dynamic Part Time Fire Community Risk Reduction Officer (CRRO) I for the Community Risk Reduction Division.  The CRRO will begin employment in the Life Safety Section and become qualified to also support the Hazardous Materials Section.  Unique to Anaheim, the CRRO performs responsible technical level activities in the enforcement of compliance with codes, laws, regulations, and ordinances related to buildings, public assemblies, fire codes, hazardous materials, hazardous waste, and underground storage tanks.  

The CRRO I is the first level classification within the Fire Community Risk Reduction Officer series and incumbents generally have limited directly related experience. Under moderate supervision and within set procedural frameworks and guidelines, employees at the I level perform the routine and less complex inspections and investigative activities related to fire code compliance and hazardous materials compliance. When initially hired, incumbents are assigned to Life Safety Section. As experience and technical knowledge are gained, incumbents are expected to be cross-trained and have the ability to perform the duties of the Hazardous Materials Section.

This is a part-time position usually averaging 30 hours per week.  A minimum number of hours is not guaranteed.

Essential Functions

The following functions are typical for this classification.  Incumbents may not perform all of the listed functions and/or may be required to perform additional or different functions from those set forth below to address business needs and changing business practices.  

Conduct life safety inspections; interpret adopted laws, regulations, and ordinances; and perform enforcement for all occupancy types.
 
Apply the fire codes and issue appropriate fire code permit(s).
 
Conduct inspections of new business licenses issued by the City for compliance with adopted fire codes.
 
Conduct inspections of multi-family residences.

Conduct inspections and prepare reports based on field notes; issue citations and violation notices; conduct informal hearings; gather evidence of violations and non-compliance; prepare for criminal and civil action as necessary.

Make presentations to the public, business groups, students/administrators/educational institutions, and non-profit professional organizations.

Investigate complaints and issue corrective notices as necessary.

Additional Duties Performed When Assigned to Hazardous Materials Section:

Identify locations of hazardous materials, hazardous waste generators, and onsite hazardous waste treatment units; inspect facilities for underground storage tank systems, hazardous materials/waste storage, use, and handling.

Review underground storage tank plans for compliance; inspect new underground storage tank system installations, repairs, system modifications, and closure of underground storage tanks.

Oversee testing and monitoring of underground storage tanks to ensure compliance with state laws; issue operating permits.

Respond to and investigate hazardous chemical spills; determine probable source; oversee cleanup and disposal; contact and coordinate with other agencies.

Enforce filing of hazardous materials inventory and emergency response plan, permit applications, financial responsibility, and financial assurance notifications, forms, and required documents.

Review business size and setting; determine minimum adequacy requirements; adopt standards for business plans; define reporting requirements for the release of hazardous materials.

May be required to transport and properly store small quantities of hazardous waste materials and recyclable wastes.

Conduct environmental surveys, field investigations, monitoring programs, data collections, and chemical testing; collect samples and specimens for laboratory analysis and interpret laboratory findings.

Perform related duties and responsibilities as required.



Requirements

Thirty (30) semester units of college coursework in fire science, environmental science, natural sciences, or a related field is desirable.

When Assigned to Hazardous Materials Section: Equivalent to graduation from an accredited college or university or equivalent degree approved by the California Superintendent of Public Instruction under the provisions of California Education Code Section 94310(b) with major course work in biological, chemical, physical, environmental or soil science; environmental health; environmental or sanitary engineering; toxicology; industrial hygiene; or a related field.  Experience in hazardous materials management, regulation, analysis, or research; environmental research, monitoring, surveillance or enforcement; or resource recovery may be substituted for the required education on the basis of one (1) year of qualifying experience for each year of college work for up to a maximum of two (2) years.  When substituting experience for education, qualifying education must include a minimum of thirty (30) semester units in natural science from an accredited college or university.  A valid California Certificate Registration as an Environmental Health Specialist may be substituted for one (1) year of the required experience.
 
Experience:  Based on assignment, prior experience involving fire code compliance, building and/or construction inspection, and/or hazardous materials compliance, including experience involving heavy public contact.
 
Knowledge of: Investigative principles and practices; English grammar and usage; methods of report writing; basic hazardous materials identification, biology and geology; and principles of environmental health.
 
Ability to: Learn, interpret, explain, and enforce appropriate laws, regulations, and ordinances; learn practices, procedures, and methods used in fire prevention; learn the principles and techniques of building inspection; analyze and compile technical information on code investigations and violations; establish and maintain effective working relationships with others; maintain records and prepare comprehensive reports; communicate effectively, both orally and in writing; and use computer and software programs.

License/Certification Requirements:
 
Requirements When Assigned to Life Safety Section: A valid California driver's license and completion of California State Fire Marshal Fire Inspector 1A, 1B, 1C, 1D, or Fire Prevention 1A, 1B, 1C, are required at time of appointment. Equivalent to completion of the thirty (30) semester units of college coursework in fire science, environmental science, natural sciences, or a related field is required by the completion of probation.
 
As a term and condition of employment, employees in both Sections shall meet the following additional requirements and/or obtain the following certifications by the completion of probation:

  •  P.C. 832 Peace Officer's Standards and Training (P.O.S.T.) Certification (powers of arrest)
  • International Code Council (ICC) Fire Inspector I Certification
  • Successfully complete forty (40) hour HAZWOPER Class
  • Successfully complete one hundred sixty (160) hours of Hazardous Materials Technician Certification
  • Successfully complete First Aid/CPR training
  • International Code Council California Underground Storage Tank Inspector Certification

Job Information

  • Job ID: 57941323
  • Location:
    Anaheim, California, United States
  • Position Title: Fire Community Risk Reduction Officer I
  • Company Name: Anaheim Fire & Rescue
  • Job Function: Fire Prevention Technician
  • Entry Level: Yes
  • Job Type: Part-Time
  • Job Duration: Indefinite
  • Min Education: H.S. Diploma/Equivalent
  • Min Experience: None
  • Required Travel: None

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