(F05) $21.88 - $32.17 an hour     $54,612.48 - $80,296.32 a year|
NATURE OF WORK: Performs responsible fire rescue supervision involving the command of an Advanced Life Support Unit and is responsible for all medical care given at the scene of a medical emergency until relieved by a Senior Medical Officer. Maintains proficiency in combat firefighting skills.
(a) Four (4) years of service with Tampa Fire Rescue including three (3) years endorsed as an Acting Rescue Lieutenant.
(b) Employees with a minimum of 3 years on the job and 2 years as an Acting Rescue Lieutenant may apply and will become eligible when attaining the required 4 and 3 years of experience.
(c) Must currently be a Paramedic (F-4) to sit for exam and to be promoted.
(d) Successful completion of 24 college credits (15 of which must be in the area of fire science/administration, emergency medical services, business or public administration, or industrial education with a major in fire science/administration).
(e) Successful completion of a college level course in personnel management.
(f) Approval by the Tampa Fire Rescue Medical Director.
-State of Florida Bureau of Emergency Medical Services certification as a Paramedic.
-Possession of a valid Florida Driverís License.
NOTE: All of the required experience and education for eligibility purposes must have been obtained prior to the close of business, July 13,2012.
(Multiple choice 25%, In-Basket 25%, Counseling 25%, Tactical 25%)
Education and Seniority points added after a grade of 60% is obtained. (Submit all applicable transcripts and certifications with application.)
SOURCE MATERIALS FOR EXAM: Test questions will be drawn from the following resource materials:
- SOGís *
- Rules and Regs *
- Daily Station Lesson Plans *
- Collective Bargaining Agreement *
- IFSTA Fire Department Company Officer, 3rd Edition
† † † † * In effect the date of this announcement.
EMPLOYMENT APPLICATIONS AND ALL COURSE WORK AND CERTIFICATION DOCUMENTATION WILL BE ACCEPTED UNTIL JULY 13, 2012.
DATE OF EXAM: (Multiple Choice Component) August 14, 2012. The remaining exercises will be scheduled for the week of August 20th.
Posted: 4-13-12 (007052)
Note: Applications must be received or postmarked by the
closing date. Applications received or postmarked after
7/13/2012 will not be processed.