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Are you interested in becoming a City of Shawnee employee? Listed above are the positions that are currently open with us right now. You can download the City Application by clicking its link above.
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General City of Shawnee Employee Information
The City of Shawnee offers positions in these categories:
- Full Time
- Part Time (averages from 20 to 29 hours a week)
- Seasonal Temporary Help (variation on the hours and type of work)
The City of Shawnee is an Equal Opportunity Employer and prohibits discrimination because of race, sex, religion, age, national origin or disability in recruiting, hiring, training, transfers, and promotions for any and all positions with the City of Shawnee
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|Job Description||Position: Probationary Firefighter
Pay: Starting at $11.68/hr
This probationary position includes training for, and participating in, firefighting and rescue activities involving the protection of life and property.
Summary of Essential Duties:
Works 24-hour shifts responding to emergency scenes as directed
Performs firefighting and rescue operations as directed by the Chain of Command
Observes and enforces departmental safety regulations
Attends training courses as needed and/or required
Participates in station and equipment cleaning and maintenance
Participates in fire related public education activities
Maintains a personal physical fitness level that allows for effective job performance
Reports to Captain and performs other duties as assigned
Minimum Requirements for Hiring:
Must be between 18 and 45 years of age
Must possess High school education or equivalent
Must posses a valid Oklahoma drivers license and maintain a status of insurability with the Citys insurance carrier
Must possess current Candidate Physical Agility Test Certification (passing both the written and physical portions of the test)
Must possess current Nationally Registered Emergency Medical Technician Basic level (or higher) certification
Must pass physical examination as required by Oklahoma State Firefighters Pension System
Working Conditions/Physical Requirements:
Essential functions are performed in and affected by the following environmental factors:
Operates both as a member of a team and independently at incidents of uncertain duration
Spends extensive time outside exposed to the elements
Performs physically demanding work in hot (up to 400 degrees F), humid (up to 100%) atmospheres while wearing equipment that impairs body cooling mechanisms
Performs varying tasks on slippery, hazardous surfaces such as on rooftops or ladders
Works in wet, icy, or muddy areas and other areas where sustaining traumatic or thermal injuries are possible
Makes rapid transitions from rest to near maximal exertion without warm-up periods
Faces exposure through inhalation or skin contact to carcinogenic dusts (such as asbestos) and toxic substances (such as hydrogen cyanide, carbon monoxide, or organic solvents)
Faces exposure to infectious agents such as Hepatitis B or HIV
Wears personal protective equipment that weighs up to 50 pounds
Performs physically demanding work while wearing positive pressure breathing equipment with 1.5 inches of water column resistance to exhalation at a flow of 40 liters per minute
Performs complex tasks and faces life or death decisions during life-threatening emergencies Relies on speech, as well as senses of sight, hearing, smell, and touch to help determine the nature of the emergency. Maintains personal safety, and makes critical decisions in a confused, chaotic, and potentially life threatening environment
Works for long periods of time, requiring sustained physical activity and intense concentration
Lifts and carries varying weights for varying distances without stopping
Operates in environments of high noise, poor visibility, limited mobility, at heights, and in enclosed or confined spaces
Uses manual and power tools in the performance of duties
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