Serve as a member of ARFF crew by operating apparatus, hose lines and/or turrets, aircraft and building evacuations, forced entries into aircraft or vehicles, raise and climbs ladders, and uses chemical extinguishers, hand tools, power tools, and other equipment in performance of ARFF Duties.
Responds to a variety of aircraft related emergencies including standby details for in flight situations including aircraft equipment problems and homeland security threats, crash of commercial, civilian, or military aircraft, in-flight or ground hazardous materials incidents, fuel spills, and special maintenance or other safety related requirements. Responds to a variety of medical emergencies, including sudden illness, personal injury accidents, accidents with machinery, and motor vehicle accidents; administer cardiopulmonary resuscitation, automated external defibrillation, and uses other medical equipment and procedures in providing emergency medical care in accordance to level of training and local protocols.
Will be trained in and will respond to homeland security incidents.
Lifting, twisting, standing, and bending. Employee must be willing to work various shifts. Some exposure to aircraft noise and fuel, daily contact with chemical and airport construction. Potential exposure to aircraft and vehicle accidents. Position requires much standing, bending, kneeling, reaching, climbing, pushing, pulling, lifting and walking. Some exposure to inclement weather and must maintain physical fitness pertinent to work and be able to function in an aquatic environment.