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Home Government Deputy Fire Chief
The Village of Glenview (47,475) is a dynamic and financially strong community with a wide variety of beautiful neighborhoods, active commercial districts, and world class schools and parks. Located in Cook County approximately 20 miles north of downtown Chicago and 10 miles northeast of Chicago’s O’Hare airport, Glenview has two central business districts and three major business corridors, is home to Kohl Children’s Museum, Abt Electronics, Wagner Farm, ITW/Signode, Astellas Pharmaceuticals and Anixter. Glenview residents enjoy the highest quality of public services. The Glenview Fire Department provides fire suppression and advanced life support (ALS) emergency medical services to the residents, businesses and visitors of Glenview and adjacent unincorporated areas formerly served by the Glenbrook Fire Protection District. Responding from five fire stations located throughout the Village, 80 sworn personnel respond to over 8,600 calls for service a year. The department maintains several specialty teams that include technical rescue, dive, hazardous materials, and fire investigations. The department provides fire and accident prevention education to area schools. Public education efforts are evident at festivals and community gatherings.
Glenview seeks an experienced and dynamic leader to fill the role of Deputy Fire Chief. This position reports directly to the Fire Chief and works as an integral part of the Village’s management team. The Deputy Fire Chief assists in the management and supervision of day-to-day operations, including developing and administering operational guidelines and policies, identifying process improvements, evaluating and recommending appropriate response models; developing strategic goals and objectives; administering personnel matters related to complaints, absences, injuries and disciplinary matters; leading new hire and promotional testing programs; commanding major emergency incidents; preparing, presenting and monitoring budgets and technical reports; and assisting in managing all prevention, suppression, emergency medical, emergency management and emergency preparedness activities. A key requirement of this position is to promote and maintain good customer service practices with the community, as well as internal and external agencies. The position has a high level of discretion with decisions restricted only by Village and departmental policies.
Qualified candidates will possess a Bachelor’s Degree from an accredited college or university and have possession of Illinois Office of the State Fire Marshal Fire Officer I and EMT-P certifications or equivalent from other state certification programs. Chief Fire Officer Certification is preferred, but not required. A minimum of ten years of progressively responsible fire & EMS experience is required, with three years of experience in management, supervision and incident command at a rank equivalent to Lieutenant, Fire Captain or Battalion Chief. Equivalent combination of education and experience and applicable fire service certifications from other states will be considered. The candidate must be in possession of a valid driver’s license and meet fit-for-duty standards in accordance with Section 1582 of the NFPA Guidelines.The successful candidate will have considerable knowledge of all aspects of fire department operations including but not limited to, incident command, emergency medical services, fire prevention, departmental training, administrative actions, local ordinances and disaster preparedness. The candidate must possess a thorough knowledge of the principles and practices of effective supervision, promoting teamwork, and mentoring subordinates as it applies to the fire service. The Village of Glenview seeks an innovative thinker that is willing to challenge the status quo and the traditional approaches to providing service in a collaborative environment.
The salary range for this position is $112,529 - $157,541 dependent on qualifications. Glenview offers an excellent benefit package which includes health, dental, vision and life insurance plans, as well as medical and dependent care flexible spending accounts, retirement savings plan and pension options, paid holidays, vacations, personal and sick leave.
Qualified candidates must compete the application form below. You must attach your cover letter, resume, and three professional references. The application deadline is June 30, 2019. Emailed, mailed, faxed, or hand-delivered applications will be declined.
Candidate screening process may consist of a resume review, interviews, professional reference check, and other job related testing or verifications. Chosen candidates will be subject to a thorough background and criminal history investigation, as well as an NFPA 1582 physical examination that includes a drug screen.
Persons requiring reasonable accommodations under the Americans with Disabilities Act are asked to contact the Village Manager’s Office at 847-904-4538
THE VILLAGE OF GLENVIEW IS AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER