|Exam Title||Fire Boat Engineer|
|Salary||$58,621 – $61,163 per year|
|Competition||Department Only Promotional|
|Department||13 – Fire Department|
|General Definition||This is marine work operating and maintaining diesel engines and related equipment aboard a city fireboat on an assigned shift. Work is performed under the supervision of a fire officer. Assignments require evaluative thinking and are carried out in accordance with standard marine engineering practices and general work instructions. Employees have controlling responsibility for the routine operation and maintenance of fire boat engine room facilities. Work involves regular exposure to uncontrolled and/or unpredictable conditions and requires moderate physical effort.|
|Union Code||F. Firefighters (IAFF)|
|Minimum Training, Education & Experience||The following statement represents the minimum training and experience standards which will be used to admit or reject applicants for tests.
ANTICIPATED ELIGIBILITY – Candidates must meet the following requirements by October 10, 2013.
1. Presently employed by the City of Philadelphia with permanent Civil Service status in the Fire Department with a performance rating of Satisfactory or higher;
2. EXPERIENCE – Two years of experience as a fireman, supplemented by the successful completion of a training program as a fireboat engineer as qualified by the Fire Training College and filed with the City of Philadelphia’s Office of Human Resources.
|Physical & Medical Requirements||Ability to physically perform the duties and to work in the environmental conditions required of a position in this class.|
|Required Licenses & Certifications|
|Other Requirements||Candidates may submit a copy of their official college or university transcript(s). TranscriptsMUST indicate conference of the appropriate degree. Candidates with a degree from foreign colleges or universities must submit proof of degree as certified by a professional evaluation service.
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