Why Us?

  • Quality is ingrained in the work of our colleagues and all our values. We have a relentless passion for quality in everything we do.

 

  • We lead by example and establish an environment of continuous improvement, provide opportunities for people to grow, both personally and professionally, care and act with compassion.

Fire Marshal

Posted on: Sep 10 2022

Tasks

1- Develop plans and implement comprehensive fire prevention, suppression, inspection, training and general education programs.

2- Respond to fire and rescue alerts. Makes high-level strategic and tactical decisions for firefighting and rescue methods and directs the work of all units with regard to fire mitigation, lifesaving and property protection.

3- Manage daily rescue operations. Directs and trains the fire departments on firefighting methods and related topics; grant and gives advice to the subordinates.

4- Develop and implement objectives, targets, policies and priorities for the given area of responsibility. Determine resource needs; recommend and implement policy actions.

5- Assist annual operation budget, and plan for independent service requirements; conducting research and preparing reports on a variety of related topics; and recommendations for improvement of the general procedures and operations of the department head.

6- Responsible for ordering station supplies, truck maintenance, building maintenance and other rotating related facilities as per the departments’ purchase policies.

7- Trains and evaluates the assigned staff member; provides or coordinates company-wide employee training; and work with the employee to correct shortcomings; and carry out the procedures of compliance and termination of service.

8- Develop an action plan for the allocated programs. Meet with the employee to identify and solve problems; designation of work activities and projects; watching work flow. Review and evaluate work products, methods and procedures.

9- Identify opportunities to improve service delivery methods and procedures.

10- Coordinates specific activities with those of other departments, agencies and external organizations; prepare and submit employee reports and other correspondence.

11- Develop fire exercise plans for the various facilities and strategic buildings of the hospital.

12- Plan checks for various building, fire protection and fire alarm systems to ensure compliance with firefighting laws applicable fires.

13- Work on preparing specifications for devices and equipment for firefighting, emergency services, and hazardous materials’ devices and equipment.

14- Carry out fire exercises. Participation in the physical fitness programs and compliance with the department's medical and physical requirements.

15 - Responsible for submitting inputs to the Director of the Security and Safety Department regarding the progress and ensuring the quality of performance evaluations for the employees he is handling.

17 - Implementing the policies of the institution and maintaining a clean and tidy work environment.

 

Qualifications

1- As a minimum, a high diploma in fire technology.

2- The following accreditations: NFPA 1033, 1031, 1001, 472, 1021, 1041, and 1006.

3- Extensive knowledge of NFPA standards related to healthcare facilities.

4- Good in the English language, both verbally and in writing.

5- Good in the use of the computer or using Microsoft programs.

6- The ability to work with others at all levels of their institutional job.

7- Good in verbal and communication skills.

8- Knowledge of basic management skills.

9- Has the ability to investigate accidents, analyze them and recommend corrective actions to avoid their recurrence.

10. Has the ability to plan strategic and tactical operations in order to minimize losses and fires to a minimum.

11- Has the ability to manage fire suppression, hazardous materials and/or rescue operations.

12 - A valid driver's license.

13 - A valid driver's license for a firefighting and fire prevention employees.

14- The qualifications must be approved by the following institutions:

A. International Fire Services Accreditation Council (IFSAC).

B. National Organization for the Protection of Fire (NFPA)

14- Age does not exceed 50 years.

15- Experience is 25 years, and 10 years as a fire-wing squad leader.

Fire Lieutenant

Posted on: Sep 12 2022

Tasks

1- Responsible for performing, directing, and firefighting activities in the fire station during work, including fire suppression, emergency rescue, inspection, investigation, training and support functions. Can be the Captain of the fire squad.

2- Respond to the alertd of the fire and rescue. Analyze information about the location of the fire (e.g., the extent of the fire, location of exposure, size of the building, suppression equipment and personnel employed, etc.), and make decisions about the best ways to extinguish a fire and saving lives and property.

3- Determine the priorities of the rescue activities, such as applying first aid as opposed to rescue, who is getting treatment or rescue attempt first, etc.

4- Supervise operations during fire, including laying hoses, directing water streams, determining water pressures, laying stairs, building ventilation, rescuing and treating people, putting on life blankets, cleaning.

5- Ensuring the completion of inspections of devices, equipment and tools, to determine the need for maintenance or repair work.

6- Ensure the recording and maintenance of the daily attendance records of the fire station, and the events logs.

7- Assisting residential inspections and educating property owners on fire prevention practices.

8- Scheduling and conducting training exercises for the station employee according to the planned schedule.

9- Conduct fire drills to ensure that they are responding correctly and that safety equipment is working properly.

10- Investigation, control, and guidance, and training workers in firefighting techniques, the administration policies, and relevant topics. Monitors and assesses the performance of the subordinates in order to supplement their annual performance evaluations.

11- Carry out fire exercises. Participation in the physical fitness programs and compliance with the department's medical and physical requirements.

12 - Carry out any other work assigned to it by the hospital’s safety department.

13- Implementing the policies of the institution and maintaining a clean and tidy work environment.

 

Qualifications

1- Minimum diploma qualifications: NFPA 1001 1041, 1021, and 472.

2- Experience of 5 years as a safety officer.

3- Good in the English language, both verbally and in writing.

4- Good in the use of the computer or using Microsoft programs.

5- The ability to work with others at all levels of their institutional job.

6- Good in verbal and communication skills.

7- All vehicle operators must hold a valid driver’s license.

8- A valid driver's license for a firefighting and fire prevention employees.

9- The qualifications must be approved by the following institutions:

  1. International Fire Services Accreditation Council (IFSAC).
  2. National Organization for the Protection of Fire (NFPA)

10- Age does not exceed 45 years.

Firefighter

Posted on: Sep 12 2022

Tasks

1- Responding to fire, emergency medical and other emergency alerts and public service issues

2- Executing initial and secondary search procedures for victims of fires and disasters.

3- Rescue of trapped victims, road traffic accidents, elevator rescue, tight-space rescue, and rescue from highest buildings.

4- Ensuring that there is an ample supply of water for the hoses, and operating the pumping equipment.

5- General operations of various types of vehicles such as thrusters, rescue units, water tanks, and small pumps.

6 - Reach the people or areas designated for the evacuation of people, laying hose lines, and assistance in operating the nozzles to direct water streams on fires to control and extinguish fires.

7. Select the appropriate tools from a variety of specialized equipment and machine tools to perform the required tasks. Such as raising, lowering, and climbing stairs, operating equipment, stairs, basements, ceilings, and other dangerous points.

8- Ventilating burning buildings for releasing heat and smoke, and using rescue lids to prevent water damage, conduct comprehensive repair operations after the fire to prevent re-ignition

9- Examination and routine maintenance of rescue equipment, firefighting equipment, valves, fire hoses and other support equipment.

 10 - Studying and attending training courses related to, for example, topics such as modern technologies for controlling fires, hazardous materials and rescue techniques.

11. Provides assistance and information related to education in the field of fire and life safety and other community service programs relevant to the public.

12- Carry out fire exercises. Participation in the physical fitness programs and compliance with the department's medical and physical requirements.

13 - Carry out any other work assigned to it by the hospital’s safety department.

14- Implementing the policies of the institution and maintaining a clean and tidy work environment.

 

Qualifications

1- Minimum diploma qualifications: NFPA 1006, 472, and 1001.

2- Experience of 10 years as a firefighter.

3- The ability to put out fires, respond to emergencies, protect life and property, and prevent fires and other related activities.

4- Good in the English language, both verbally and in writing.

5- Good in the use of the computer or using Microsoft programs.

6- The ability to work with others at all levels of their institutional job.

7- Good in verbal and communication skills.

8- All vehicle operators must hold a valid driver’s license.

9- A valid driver's license for a firefighting and fire prevention employees.

10- The qualifications must be approved by the following institutions:

  1. International Fire Services Accreditation Council (IFSAC).
  2. National Organization for the Protection of Fire (NFPA).

11- Age does not exceed 40 years.

 

 

Fire Truck Driver

Posted on: Sep 12 2022

Tasks

1- Response to emergency and non-emergency incidents. Provide appropriate services as required including emergency rescue and fire suppression; search and rescue operations for distressed or injured persons; perform emergency medical and first aid services as needed; preparing reports related to emergency accidents as specified.

2- Driving the firefighting equipment and/or operating it during emergency calls or in the place of the incident.

3- Operate several types of rescue, emergency and fire-extinguishing equipment and devices as needed; operation, inspection, repair, and perform other technical tasks related to the maintenance of equipment and facilities in the mission area.

4- Participating in cleaning and maintaining facilities, floors, equipment and devices. Ensure that the appropriate conditions are maintained; ensure that all equipment and appliances are always ready for emergency situations.

5- Participation in a variety of fire prevention operations, activities and programs including training and fire investigations; abiding by the rules, equipment operation and maintenance; participation in activities and operations in response to natural disasters, big accidents, and accidents involving hazardous materials and other emergency situations; Identifies, analyzes and avoids risky and dangerous situations.

6- Responding to a variety of hazardous materials incidents.

7- Carry out fire exercises. Participation in the physical fitness programs and compliance with the department's medical and physical requirements.

8 - Carry out any other work assigned to it by the hospital’s safety department.

9- Implementing the policies of the institution and maintaining a clean and tidy work environment.

 

Qualifications

1- Minimum diploma qualifications: NFPA 1033, 1031, 1001, and 472.

2- Experience of 10 years as a Fire Inspector.

3- The ability to conduct inspections of building and existing facilities to ensure compliance with safety rules and regulations from fires and their preservation.

4- The ability to perform extra duties a Fire Inspector. 5- Good in the English language, both verbally and in writing.

6- Good in the use of the computer or using Microsoft programs.

7- The ability to work with others at all levels of their institutional job.

8- Good in verbal and communication skills.

9- All vehicle operators must hold a valid driver’s license.

10- A valid driver's license for a firefighting and fire prevention employees.

11- The qualifications must be approved by the following institutions:

  1. International Fire Services Accreditation Council (IFSAC).
  2. National Organization for the Protection of Fire (NFPA).

12- Age does not exceed 45 years.

Fire Instructor

Posted on: Sep 12 2022

Tasks

1- Regularly meet with all officials and stakeholders to help develop and maintain a current and effective training program. Monitor and evaluate ongoing training programs to ensure that they are up-to-date, and fitting for the operational and managerial requirements, while addressing the department’s objectives of training.

2- Coordination of training programs, booklets, lesson plans and guidance papers, and conducting annual training at the department level for occupational safety staff, to ensure that the department employees meet and maintain the standards of performance as established by the department.

3- Coordinating safety-related training programs, for example, training for new employees, developing officers, and looking after sick individuals during emergencies, safety examination and risk assessment/management.

4. Ensure that training records are complete in the safety department’s record management system and any other training programs, as directed by the safety director, for all employees.

5- Directly related to the head of the security and safety department.

6- Coordinating and conducting risk assessments, providing health and safety training, and providing plans and programs for staff and management.

7- Conducting a facility safety inspection, and conducting safety inspection rounds and preparing reports on them.

8- Establishing the necessary policies and procedures to improve the work performance in the department as a whole.

9- Establishing and justifying statistical data related to the department’s activities

10- Implementation of the hospital’s policies and maintaining the cleanliness of the hospital and the quality work environment.

11- Preparing and implementing emergency exercises for specific emergency cases in the hospital as needed.

12-Ability to train the hospital’s employees and develop training programs according to the safety references.

13 Develop statistical data related to the department’s activities and the trainings done periodically.

14 - Carry out any other work assigned to it by the hospital’s safety department.

 

Qualifications

1- Minimum diploma qualifications: NFPA 1041, 1021, 472, and 1001.

2- Experience of 10 years as a Fire Instructor.

3- The ability to establish, organize, deliver, evaluate and monitor training programs for all employees of the hospital.

4- Carry out a daily training program for the on-duty firefighters.

5- Know the health and safety regulations, firefighting laws, and ensuring of public safety.

6- Good in the English language, both verbally and in writing.

7- Good in the use of the computer or using Microsoft programs. Preparing training materials and lectures, and evaluating the courses.

8- The ability to work with others at all levels of their institutional job.

9- Verbal skills and the ability to work with minimum supervision.

10- Has the ability to investigate incidents and analyzing them, while recommending the required corrective measures to avoid reoccurrence.

11- Good in verbal and communication skills.

12- All vehicle operators must hold a valid driver’s license.

13- A valid driver's license for a firefighting and fire prevention employees.

14- The qualifications must be approved by the following institutions:

  1. International Fire Services Accreditation Council (IFSAC).
  2. National Organization for the Protection of Fire (NFPA).

15- The age does not exceed 45 years.