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The Township of Huron-Kinloss, population of 7,640, is situated along the picturesque shore of Lake Huron at the southern end of Bruce County. The Township boasts the friendly communities of Lucknow, Ripley and Point Clark that are full of spirit and have rich histories dating back more than 150 years. We are surrounded by ample fresh air, access to your favourite outdoor hobbies and growing business opportunities. It's a place where you can connect with your community, your kids can play outside, and you can finish your workday and be on Lake Huron within minutes. We believe the grass is greener here! There is no better time to join our thriving community than now.
We are recruiting an experienced professional to join our leadership team as the Fire Chief for the Township of Huron-Kinloss.
Reviews plans submitted for compliance to relevant Codes and By-laws, especially dealing with fire protection and fire safety system(s) design, installation, and operation, and inspects such installations for compliance during construction, upon acceptance and reinspection, as required.
Qualifications and Experience
With the upcoming retirement of its current Fire Chief, Sarnia Fire Rescue Services is in the process of recruiting a new Fire Chief to provide the strategy and vision to carry the service into the future. With a new fire station under construction, and a recent addition of a second deputy fire chief, the service is continuing to adapt to meet the evolving needs of its residents, and staff.
About the City of Sarnia and Sarnia Fire Rescue
Located at the mouth of the St. Clair River on the shores of Lake Huron, the community of Sarnia is known for its breathtaking waterfront, pristine beaches and beautiful parks system. Situated on the American border, just a short drive from London, Ontario, the city boasts a host of recreational opportunities, state-of-the-art healthcare, a vibrant cultural scene, and excellent education paired with a high standard of living and mild climate.
The Township of Adjala-Tosorontio is located north of the GTA, at the southwest border of Simcoe County with a population of 11,000 residents and offers rural living with proximity to urban amenities.
Appointed by Council, as per the FPPA and reporting to the CAO, the Fire Chief is responsible for the day-to-day operations, administration, occupational safety & health, equipment and facilities, fire prevention and education, fire suppression, training, and emergency management programs of the Fire Department that operates from 2 stations. This position oversees the response by on-call volunteer firefighters and ensures that services are delivered as set by Council in accordance with all applicable by-laws and legislative requirements.
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