At the operations level, this position will perform prevention, control and extinguish all types of fires on the ground. Working in a team environment, the Firefighter will coordinate and perform related rescue, emergency medical services, and property conservation. This includes fires or potential fires involving structures, wildland, aircraft, hazardous materials, weapons of mass destruction or other materials. Position will also perform operations and operator maintenance of all types of firefighting and related rescue vehicles, equipment systems and devices in support of overall base emergency contingency operations. A 48/96 hour shift type work schedule will be followed, (2 days on shift/4 days off shift). Overtime may be required depending on mission requirements.
Provides grounds maintenance and pest control support on Arizona Army national Guard grounds and facilities. Responsible for trimming and pruning of all trees and shrubs in improved areas; road maintenance including repair potholes and removal of road obstructions; keeping fence lines clear of obstructions and weeds; selecting tracking and applying proper types and amounts of pesticides and herbicides. Responsible for testing, repair and installation of all irrigations systems. Responsible educating inmates and Maintenance Technicians in the proper use, safety and maintenance of all ground maintenance equipment. Responsible for supervising the grounds including, scheduling, project assignment and training. Ensuring that all tasks are completed on time, efficiently and economically.
The Electrician is responsible for a variety of tasks, requiring highly skilled abilities in installing, repairing and maintaining electrical wiring systems, appliances, equipment and controls for the Construction and Facilities Management Office (CFMO) at Papago Park Military Reservation (PPMR) and outlying readiness centers. The position will also be required to perform repair and modification work on specialized electronic/electrical systems, on new and existing energy controls, and building/ HVAC equipment as to meet the needs of the agency statewide. Responds to emergencies and periodically provides call back response to the facilities after-hours/emergency help desk and oversees repair work as necessary; irregular hours may be necessary.
The Electrician is responsible for performing facility electrical maintenance, repair, and minor construction work requiring highly skilled abilities to keep base facilities infrastructure and property functional and safe for the 161 ARW Goldwater ANG base.
The Environmental Program Specialist (EPS) is responsible for administering environmental air, water and waste program requirements for the Arizona Army National Guard (AZARNG). Under general supervision, this position will manage Spill Prevention Control and Countermeasures Plans (SPCCPs), the Emergency Planning and Community Right-to-Know Act (EPCRA) and Pollution Prevention (P2) Program requirements. This position requires frequent travel in-state and occasionally out of state (as permitted) and may require irregular work hours and/or overtime as needed to fulfill compliance objectives.
The Building Maintenance Specialist performs maintenance task that require the application of highly skilled abilities maintaining and repairing buildings and related utility service systems for Maintenance Central and the Florence Military Reservation (FMR). The incumbent of this position contributes in the planning of, and services to oversee or carry out, the initial-through-completion stages of remodeling and construction work under limited supervision of the Physical Plant Supervisor I (PPSI), assuring compliance with national and local building codes and safety laws and rules. The Building Maintenance Specialist supervises Dept. of Corrections (DOC) inmates on work projects, providing transportation when needed.
Position works under the general direction of the Physical Plant Supervisor with minimal supervision in performing Journeyman Level work in the Operation, Maintenance & Repair of Large Modern HVAC, Refrigeration, Heating Systems and Equipment. Requires some Minor Installation/Construction as assigned to keep buildings and property functional and safe.
The Public Information Officer - Reservist is a part-time, as-needed employee. Depending on the nature, size, and scope of the disaster, a Reservist can work 40+ hours a week for several weeks, or as little as a few hours each quarter. The Reservist supports in emergency and steady state operations of all public information functions including: development of public information content (videos, social media, news releases, fact sheets, etc.), monitoring social and traditional media, media relations, and supporting outreach events.
This position provides armed security services to Camp Navajo facilities to protect against threats that would justify use of force, to include deadly force. Conducts physical security activities associated with installation access control and critical asset protection. Provides other physical security equipment and services necessary to secure ARNG resources, and personnel as approved by Army Operations Division Protection branch (ARNG-ODP).
The Grants Reservist II position serves in a part time, on-call, as-needed position.
This Grants Reservist II position will perform a variety of financial and cost auditing functions in such areas as grant coordination, program process and procedures, managing federal and state program funds and performing related work as required. Cooperates with agency staff and coordinates with federal, state, local and tribal agencies in the design, development. modification and implementation of agency projects and programs; determines program feasibility and goals: develops effective monitoring and evaluation procedures for new and ongoing programs to assure program conformance and integrity, consults with appropriate personnel regarding program goals, objectives, accountability and delivery of services; assists in the preparation of funding proposals and grant applications and fiscal controls: develops operating procedures, plans and manuals: interprets federal and state regulations governing programs; may represents the agency at meetings with other governmental jurisdictions and before various community groups, prepares a variety of technical reports; process requests for reimbursement under grant guidelines for timely reimbursement.
Personally prepares for any time (24/7) response and no-notice recall to the State or Alternate Emergency Operations Center (SEOC) and/or Joint Field Office (JFO) during disaster or exercise activations. Trains for specific SEOC positions and performs duties as assigned through internal agency policy.
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DEMA Recruitment and Selection
Resumes submitted through AZStateJobs.gov will be evaluated by the DEMA Human Resources Staff and should qualifications match that of an open position, will be referred to the hiring authority for consideration. You will be contacted only if the hiring supervisor wishes to pursue your submission further.
Pre-Employment Medical/Physical Requirement: Select positions are contingent upon the passing of a medical/physical examination. Exams will be coordinated with the State of Arizona Human Resources Division, Occupational Health Services and paid for by the State of Arizona.
Dual Status: Some positions may require the incumbent be a member of the Arizona National Guard in good standing with their unit. In such cases, the job announcement will specify this at the top of the page.
All appointments are subject to a criminal history investigation and require possession of, and the ability to retain a current valid state-issued driver’s license.
The Department of Emergency and Military Affairs is an equal opportunity employer.