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Training Incident Command, Surrey Fire & Rescue Service (REF: TIC/SFRS)

Listed 24 May 2021

Training Incident Command

Surrey Fire and Rescue Service

Salary – NJC pay scale + 10% flexible working allowance + Surrey allowance £1381 per annum for 42 hours per week at Wray Park Training Centre, Reigate, Surrey.

Job role

This opportunity welcomes applications from Competent Crew Commanders.

Please note this role is also advertised internally.

This role is subject to satisfactory references, medical and fitness assessment (Bleep test to level 8.8, 42 VO2 max.

You must have good I.T. skills, as this role includes the development and running of Incident Command scenarios utilising XVR software. You will be working under the guidance of the Lead Instructor for Incident Command arranging and completing ICS level 1 training and assessments for supervisory commanders and supporting the training and assessments for ICS level 2, 3 and 4 in coordination with our external providers.

Applicants must also commit to train and work as a Breathing Apparatus Instructor on occasions.

Instructors in Surrey must maintain their operational competencies which includes regular crewing on one of the fire stations. Surrey procedural transfer training will be provided.

Relevant instructor and teaching qualifications will be provided.

The Learning and Development Team is located at Wray Park, Reigate which is where the Command Training suite is located.

A driving licence is required as training can be delivered in a variety of locations across the service.

Closing date for applications 13 June 2021

Selection is planned for week commencing 14 June 2021

Surrey Fire and Rescue Service has the responsibility of protecting over one million people who live in the 650 square miles of Surrey. The Service employs just under 700 people across the County in a variety of roles. Comprising both uniformed personnel and support staff, they all share one vision: With you, making Surrey safer. We do this by:

  • Serving the needs of our community.
  • Flexibly responding to a constantly changing environment.
  • Recognising and embedding diversity in everything we do
  • Solving challenges through intelligence driven collaboration, innovation and improvement.

Surrey Fire and Rescue is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children, young people and vulnerable adults and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. We want to be an inclusive and diverse employer of first choice reflecting the community we serve and particularly welcome applications from all underrepresented groups.

The values below will be crucial in delivering our corporate strategy and are what we draw on to make a difference for Surrey residents. We expect all our staff to embody these values.

  • Fairness and Respect – We embrace diversity and promote a culture of inclusivity.
  • Responsibility – We are answerable for our decisions and actions.
  • Professionalism - We will always be the best we can be.
  • Honesty and integrity – We are truthful and trustworthy. We do the right

Closing date: 13 June 2021

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