Fire & Rescue System Chief
Prince William County Government in Virginia is currently seeking qualified candidates for our Fire and Rescue System Chief career opportunity. As our next Fire and Rescue (F&R) System Chief, you will be afforded the exciting opportunity to lead over 700 civilian and uniformed staff and 600 volunteers. The F&R System Chief is responsible for developing goals, objectives, policies and procedures; supervising all operational and administrative matters; preparing and implementing an annual $167 million dollar budget and participating in civic programs, disaster preparedness activities, and fire and injury prevention and safety campaigns.
The Prince William County Fire and Rescue System offers exceptional paid EMS training opportunities for both initial and continued education. As one of two accredited, fire-based paramedic programs in the Commonwealth of Virginia, we offer our staff the opportunity to take an intensive 49-week Paramedic program in-house.
We require education and experience equivalent to a Bachelor’s degree and 5 years of experience in state or local fire and rescue and 3 years of supervisory experience.
We offer competitive wages, affordable health benefits, a generous leave accrual, personal days, paid holidays and Virginia State Retirement.
Take the next step in your career and apply today at www.pwcgov.org!