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Water Safety Officer I - SR-15

  • ... Dallas, Hawaii, United States
  • ... Full time
  • ... Salary: 50124 per year
  • Posted on: Feb 04, 2024       Expires on: Mar 20, 2024

Water Safety Officer I - SR-15   

JOB TITLE:

Water Safety Officer I - SR-15

JOB TYPE:

Contract

JOB LOCATION:

Dallas Hawaii United States

JOB DESCRIPTION:

Duties Summary

Attends training classes and receives instruction in the theories, techniques, methods, and procedures used in making ocean rescues and administering emergency life support measures under immediate supervision, performs ocean rescues and emergency lifesaving tasks, and performs other related duties as required.


There are five (5) temporary (1-3 months) full-time vacancies for the summer:

  • four (4) vacancies in Hilo
  • one (1) vacancy in Puna
The eligible list may be used for Water Safety Officer I, full-time and part-time, permanent and temporary vacancies, as they arise during the life of the list for the following districts:
  • HILO: Onekahakaha, Carlsmith, Leleiwi, Richardson and Honoli`i Beach Parks
  • KAILUA-KONA: Kua Bay, La`aloa and Kahalu`u Beach Parks
  • PAHALA/NA`ALEHU: Punalu`u Beach Park
  • PUNA: Isaac Hale Beach Park
  • S.
    KOHALA: Hapuna and Spencer Beach Parks
For part-time employment, wages will be prorated based on hours worked per week.
Temporary appointment may lead to conversion to permanent appointment.


Special Working Conditions: Irregular work schedule, including shift, rotation, weekend, and/or holiday work; exposure to hazardous conditions.

Examples of Duties

  • Attends training classes to learn general principles of water safety work, methods, and techniques of ocean rescue and emergency life support, including cardio-pulmonary resuscitation and application of first aid.
  • Keeps surfboard, field glasses, radio-communications unit, and other equipment in working order.
  • Logs estimated number of beach patrons.
  • Under direct supervision, may maintain surveillance from a lifeguard tower or patrol a given beach area, make ocean rescues, administer emergency life support measures and first aid, and advise patrons of local ordinances, rules, and regulations governing beach activities and conditions peculiar to different locales.
  • Under direct supervision, may write and submit reports describing rescues, accidents, and emergency measures taken.
  • Under direct supervision, may perform work as a Crew person (Grabber) on a Rescue Water Craft.
  • May participate in water safety education programs.

Minimum Qualification Requirements

Training and Experience:
A combination of education and experience substantially equivalent to:

  • graduation from high school, and
  • possession of a valid State of Hawai'i Driver License (Class 3) or any other valid comparable driver license at the time of filing.
    (You will be required to submit your valid driver's license at time of hire.
    )
Prior to completion of probation, must possess:
  • a current Hawai'i Fire Department Aquatics Competency Certificate (ACC)/United States Lifesaving Association (USLA) Open Water Lifesaving Certificate;
  • a current First Responder or Emergency Medical Responder (EMR) Certificate; and
  • a current American Heart Association Basic Life Support Healthcare Provider Certificate (CPR).

Note: Emergency Medical Technician, Mobile Intensive Care Technician, or other nationally recognized certificates which are equivalent or higher than the Emergency Medical Responder (EMR) Certificate may be substituted for that certificate.

For assignment to the Rescue Water Craft (RWC) as a Crewperson (Grabber): In addition to the above license/certificate requirements, possession of a current Rescue watercraft Crewperson Certificate issued by the Hawai'i Fire Department.

Examination: All applicants who meet the minimum qualification requirements will be assigned a score of 70 points.
An education and experience evaluation will be conducted based on the applicant's training, education and experience as presented in the application.


Please read the minimum qualification requirements carefully.
Be certain to list all pertinent training and experience, as this may be important in determining your examination score.
It is essential that the applicant describe fully the duties and responsibilities of each position held, specify the date of each position held (from and to, month and year), and indicate the number of hours worked per week.


Attach all required documentation (e.
g.
official transcript, professional license(s)/certification(s), DD-214, etc.
) at the time of submitting your application.


Note: In-person interviews and/or further testing in Hawai'i County may be required at the discretion of the hiring department/agency.
If in-person interviews and/or further testing are required, applicants who are referred to the hiring department/agency must be available to participate in person and at their own expense at that phase of the selection process.

Knowledge of: Prior to completion of probation: principles and practices of modern lifesaving techniques, and equipment, techniques and methods of ocean rescue, emergency life support, and first aid/basic medical care application, ordinances and regulations governing park, beach, shoreline, and ocean usage; and ocean and shoreline conditions.

Ability to: Swim long distances and conduct water rescues, learn and administer first aid, medical care, and emergency life support, deal tactfully and effectively with the public, prepare concise, complete, and accurate reports; read and follow written instructions, make sound operational decisions, learn and master water safety methods, techniques, and use of lifesaving equipment, and maintain minimum swimming requirements in accordance with Hawai'i Fire Department Aquatics Competency Certificate (ACC)/Untied States Lifesaving Association (USLA) Open Water Lifesaving Certificate.

Physical Requirements: Persons seeking appointment to positions in this class must meet the health and physical condition standards deemed necessary and proper to perform the essential functions of the position with or without reasonable accommodations.

Physical Effort Grouping: Special

Supplemental Information

INTERVIEW AND SELECTION PROCESS
Qualified applicants will be required to undergo the following as part of the Hawai`i Fire Department's interview and selection process.


1) Swim performance assessment exercise:
  • 500 meter pool swim in 10.
    00 minutes or less;
  • 1000 meter beach run followed by a 1000 meter ocean swim in 25.
    00 minutes or less
  • 400 meter rescue board paddle in 4 minutes 30.
    00 seconds or less.
Note: No swim assistance equipment will be allowed (i.
e.
hand paddles, fins, flotation devices, etc.
) with the exception of swim goggles.
2) Oral interview/assessment exercise
3) Employment reference checks
4) Conditional job offer
5) Orientation
6) Pre-employment medical examination, including drug test

Applicants selected to become Water Safety Officers with the Hawai`i Fire Department will participate in a training program to obtain the required certifications listed above.

Please scan and attach these supporting documents to your on-line application, if required:
  • an official college transcript,
  • a valid driver's license,
  • a temporary assignment verification,
  • professional licenses, and/or
  • certificates,
Veterans applying for veteran's preference points shall also scan and attach their DD-214 form and as needed, their VA claim letter to the on-line application.


ELECTRONIC NOTIFICATION TO APPLICANTS:
Please ensure that the email address and mobile phone number you provide is current, secure, and readily accessible to you.
We will not be responsible in any way if you do not receive our emails and text messages or fail to check your email box or NEOGOV account INBOX in a timely manner.
Checking your NEOGOV account INBOX daily is recommended and is the most secure method to check on notices sent to you.
This is a new feature created by our vendor, NEOGOV.


Please add info@governmentjobs.
com to your contact list.
Open your NEOGOV account using your user name and password.
In the upper right hand corner of the account is your name, and under your name, click on INBOX to view all notices sent you.
The notices will appear here in the INBOX even in the event you don't receive it on your cell phone, computer, or other electronic device.
This is the best way to check and view all notices sent to you.


You will receive a confirmation email upon successfully submitting your application.
Failure to receive this confirmation email, indicates that your application was not submitted.


Employee benefits are generally for full-time permanent employment and include the following from the date of hire:

  • sick leave and vacation earnings
  • paid holidays
  • social security
  • credit union membership
  • life, dental, medical, vision, and prescription
drug insurance plans
  • employee-employer paid retirement plan
  • flexible spending plan
  • tax-sheltered savings and investment program
  • career opportunity and mobility in a merit system for
civil service positions

Persons who are hired may be required to pay union dues/service fees.


Benefits for part-time employment is based on hours worked and type of appointment.


Benefits are subject to change due to legislative, collective bargaining negotiation, and other changes.

Position Details

POSTED:

Feb 04, 2024

EMPLOYMENT:

Full-time

SALARY:

50124 per year

SNAPRECRUIT ID:

S-1707367240-3cd51f041193fd27119f3fb6b7734b1e

LOCATION:

Hawaii United States

CITY:

Dallas

Job Origin:

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Duties Summary

Attends training classes and receives instruction in the theories, techniques, methods, and procedures used in making ocean rescues and administering emergency life support measures under immediate supervision, performs ocean rescues and emergency lifesaving tasks, and performs other related duties as required.

There are five (5) temporary (1-3 months) full-time vacancies for the summer:

  • four (4) vacancies in Hilo
  • one (1) vacancy in Puna
The eligible list may be used for Water Safety Officer I, full-time and part-time, permanent and temporary vacancies, as they arise during the life of the list for the following districts:
  • HILO: Onekahakaha, Carlsmith, Leleiwi, Richardson and Honoli`i Beach Parks
  • KAILUA-KONA: Kua Bay, La`aloa and Kahalu`u Beach Parks
  • PAHALA/NA`ALEHU: Punalu`u Beach Park
  • PUNA: Isaac Hale Beach Park
  • S. KOHALA: Hapuna and Spencer Beach Parks
For part-time employment, wages will be prorated based on hours worked per week. Temporary appointment may lead to conversion to permanent appointment.

Special Working Conditions: Irregular work schedule, including shift, rotation, weekend, and/or holiday work; exposure to hazardous conditions.

Examples of Duties

  • Attends training classes to learn general principles of water safety work, methods, and techniques of ocean rescue and emergency life support, including cardio-pulmonary resuscitation and application of first aid.
  • Keeps surfboard, field glasses, radio-communications unit, and other equipment in working order.
  • Logs estimated number of beach patrons.
  • Under direct supervision, may maintain surveillance from a lifeguard tower or patrol a given beach area, make ocean rescues, administer emergency life support measures and first aid, and advise patrons of local ordinances, rules, and regulations governing beach activities and conditions peculiar to different locales.
  • Under direct supervision, may write and submit reports describing rescues, accidents, and emergency measures taken.
  • Under direct supervision, may perform work as a Crew person (Grabber) on a Rescue Water Craft.
  • May participate in water safety education programs.

Minimum Qualification Requirements

Training and Experience:
A combination of education and experience substantially equivalent to:

  • graduation from high school, and
  • possession of a valid State of Hawai'i Driver License (Class 3) or any other valid comparable driver license at the time of filing. (You will be required to submit your valid driver's license at time of hire.)
Prior to completion of probation, must possess:
  • a current Hawai'i Fire Department Aquatics Competency Certificate (ACC)/United States Lifesaving Association (USLA) Open Water Lifesaving Certificate;
  • a current First Responder or Emergency Medical Responder (EMR) Certificate; and
  • a current American Heart Association Basic Life Support Healthcare Provider Certificate (CPR).

Note: Emergency Medical Technician, Mobile Intensive Care Technician, or other nationally recognized certificates which are equivalent or higher than the Emergency Medical Responder (EMR) Certificate may be substituted for that certificate.

For assignment to the Rescue Water Craft (RWC) as a Crewperson (Grabber): In addition to the above license/certificate requirements, possession of a current Rescue watercraft Crewperson Certificate issued by the Hawai'i Fire Department.

Examination: All applicants who meet the minimum qualification requirements will be assigned a score of 70 points. An education and experience evaluation will be conducted based on the applicant's training, education and experience as presented in the application.


Please read the minimum qualification requirements carefully. Be certain to list all pertinent training and experience, as this may be important in determining your examination score. It is essential that the applicant describe fully the duties and responsibilities of each position held, specify the date of each position held (from and to, month and year), and indicate the number of hours worked per week.


Attach all required documentation (e.g. official transcript, professional license(s)/certification(s), DD-214, etc.) at the time of submitting your application.


Note: In-person interviews and/or further testing in Hawai'i County may be required at the discretion of the hiring department/agency. If in-person interviews and/or further testing are required, applicants who are referred to the hiring department/agency must be available to participate in person and at their own expense at that phase of the selection process.

Knowledge of: Prior to completion of probation: principles and practices of modern lifesaving techniques, and equipment, techniques and methods of ocean rescue, emergency life support, and first aid/basic medical care application, ordinances and regulations governing park, beach, shoreline, and ocean usage; and ocean and shoreline conditions.

Ability to: Swim long distances and conduct water rescues, learn and administer first aid, medical care, and emergency life support, deal tactfully and effectively with the public, prepare concise, complete, and accurate reports; read and follow written instructions, make sound operational decisions, learn and master water safety methods, techniques, and use of lifesaving equipment, and maintain minimum swimming requirements in accordance with Hawai'i Fire Department Aquatics Competency Certificate (ACC)/Untied States Lifesaving Association (USLA) Open Water Lifesaving Certificate.

Physical Requirements: Persons seeking appointment to positions in this class must meet the health and physical condition standards deemed necessary and proper to perform the essential functions of the position with or without reasonable accommodations.

Physical Effort Grouping: Special

Supplemental Information

INTERVIEW AND SELECTION PROCESS
Qualified applicants will be required to undergo the following as part of the Hawai`i Fire Department's interview and selection process.

1) Swim performance assessment exercise:
  • 500 meter pool swim in 10.00 minutes or less;
  • 1000 meter beach run followed by a 1000 meter ocean swim in 25.00 minutes or less
  • 400 meter rescue board paddle in 4 minutes 30.00 seconds or less.
Note: No swim assistance equipment will be allowed (i.e. hand paddles, fins, flotation devices, etc.) with the exception of swim goggles.
2) Oral interview/assessment exercise
3) Employment reference checks
4) Conditional job offer
5) Orientation
6) Pre-employment medical examination, including drug test

Applicants selected to become Water Safety Officers with the Hawai`i Fire Department will participate in a training program to obtain the required certifications listed above.

Please scan and attach these supporting documents to your on-line application, if required:
  • an official college transcript,
  • a valid driver's license,
  • a temporary assignment verification,
  • professional licenses, and/or
  • certificates,
Veterans applying for veteran's preference points shall also scan and attach their DD-214 form and as needed, their VA claim letter to the on-line application.

ELECTRONIC NOTIFICATION TO APPLICANTS:
Please ensure that the email address and mobile phone number you provide is current, secure, and readily accessible to you. We will not be responsible in any way if you do not receive our emails and text messages or fail to check your email box or NEOGOV account INBOX in a timely manner. Checking your NEOGOV account INBOX daily is recommended and is the most secure method to check on notices sent to you. This is a new feature created by our vendor, NEOGOV.

Please add info@governmentjobs.com to your contact list. Open your NEOGOV account using your user name and password. In the upper right hand corner of the account is your name, and under your name, click on INBOX to view all notices sent you. The notices will appear here in the INBOX even in the event you don't receive it on your cell phone, computer, or other electronic device. This is the best way to check and view all notices sent to you.

You will receive a confirmation email upon successfully submitting your application. Failure to receive this confirmation email, indicates that your application was not submitted.


Employee benefits are generally for full-time permanent employment and include the following from the date of hire:

  • sick leave and vacation earnings
  • paid holidays
  • social security
  • credit union membership
  • life, dental, medical, vision, and prescription
drug insurance plans
  • employee-employer paid retirement plan
  • flexible spending plan
  • tax-sheltered savings and investment program
  • career opportunity and mobility in a merit system for
civil service positions

Persons who are hired may be required to pay union dues/service fees.

Benefits for part-time employment is based on hours worked and type of appointment.

Benefits are subject to change due to legislative, collective bargaining negotiation, and other changes.

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