Fire Safety Coordinator

  • San Diego, CA

Job Description

First and foremost, our business is helping you in your business. We pride ourselves in walking alongside our clients in navigating them through change and uncertainty. Whether that be dealing with complex reimbursement regulations, addressing coding and medical necessity concerns, strategic analysis or identifying revenue recovery opportunities, we are ready at the helm. With the multitude of competing demands placed on providers everyday, we view ourselves as an extension of, and complement to, your staff; a partner, ready to address your specific needs in the functional areas of revenue cycle, compliance, reimbursement, coding and accreditation. We bring genuine value to your operations as we work closely with you to achieve your goals. This position will work within the goals and objectives set forth by the Management staff. The position will assist the Fire Planning & Training Specialist with providing training. This will consist of setting up courses, arranging for instructors, and teaching courses in various locations. The position will also be responsible for maintaining the fire vehicles, assisting in the management of the fire cache, recommending/ordering equipment, training materials.

Minimum Qualifications:

Related degree/training/experience in Fire Science, Environmental Science, Natural Resource Science, Land-Use or Land Management Planning, or related field
Demonstrated ability to consistently implement identified action items
Demonstrated ability to interact and collaborate with diverse groups and projects at multiple levels
Self-starter with the ability to follow through initiatives and projects to completion
Experience with leading personnel in normal duties including work schedules and reporting of time and travel
Experience leading an engine crew on both initial attack and large fire assignments
Good interpersonal, oral and written communication skills

Preferred Qualifications:

1. Ability to:

Communicate effectively verbally, and in writing, including public speaking
Educate, and promote new ideas and concepts to others
Develop and apply a fire hazard assessment system to a project, property or jurisdictional area and select effective mitigation strategies
Interpret policies, procedures, codes and standards
Understand roles and responsibilities of stakeholders
Facilitate meetings, prepare presentations, and motivate partners

2. Computer experience, including word processing (MS Word), database management (MS Excel or Access), MS PowerPoint

Our clients benefit from a team of highly experienced, dedicated professionals, who have come directly from top management positions across the spectrum of healthcare and finance, including experience at providers in both business and clinical positions, fiscal intermediaries and accounting firms. Each team member brings to every engagement a depth of experience in a wide breadth of financial, operational and compliance issues. Our team of experienced professionals know the industry, but we do not rely on that fact alone to demonstrate our worth — we live by the creed of proving ourselves every time we serve our clients.