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Riceville Volunteer Fire Dept.(Buncombe Co.)

Fire Chief

Category: Leadership/Management

Description: Located in Western North Carolina, in Buncombe County, Riceville Volunteer Fire Department (VFD), Inc. is committed to protecting life, property, and the environment through responsive and professional emergency services, active community participation and support, prevention, education, fire suppression, medical services, hazard mitigation and other related activities. The Riceville VFD serves a population of over 6,000 residents in an approximate 10 square mile radius and responds to approximately 600 fire/rescue and 1,500 EMS calls annually, with a budget of approximately $1.6 million. The department includes 11 full-time employees and a total membership of 53 overall members that are dedicated to protecting the community and responding efficiently and effectively to emergencies. Compensation and benefits: Salary range: $68,000- $75,000. Employee will be eligible for paid vacation, sick leave, paid holidays, health insurance, retirement, and other benefits.

If interested, candidates should open the attachment for more information and directions on how to apply.

Employer: Riceville Volunteer Fire Department, Inc. Asheville, NC

Expires: Open until filled. Initial review on 6/21/21 and biweekly thereafter.

Contact: Lisa McCallister
Phone: 828-215-9783

Notice to Applicant: We are an equal opportunity employer and do not discriminate on the basis of an applicant’s or employee’s race, color, religion, sex, gender, national origin, citizenship, age, physical or mental disability or any other characteristic.


Greensboro Fire Dept. (Guilford Co.)

Public Safety Community Relations Specialist

The Public Safety Community Relations Specialist position for the Greensboro Fire Department is responsible for planning, developing, advising, coordinating, and implementing the department's community relations programs. This position is responsible for providing policy guidance, identifies community leaders in the area, and evaluates program effectiveness. The program objectives are to reduce fire risks, gain community support, increase hazard awareness and educate the community; cultivates positive Fire /Public relations, and maintains a positive image of the Greensboro Fire Department. The selected candidate serves as the department's representative in all matters involving community members, businesses, non-profit agencies, and civic groups with an interest in discussing issues of concern that advance the Department's mission and goal.  This job is Non-Exempt and is subject to the overtime provisions of the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA)