|Date Opened||8/30/2023 12:00:00 AM|
|Close Date||9/24/2023 11:59:00 PM|
|HR Analyst||Jessica Garcia|
|Salary||$55,265.60 - $95,347.20/year**In Accordance with Administrative Directives**|
|Job Type||Open to All Applicants (External, Internal)|
This is a lead position affording guidance to other positions performing the same tasks. This lead position also reviews workloads, assigns work and coaches employees with specialized instructions and practices for job accomplishments.
Lead personnel may contribute to other employees' performance evaluations, assist with the hiring process by interviewing and making recommendations and providing input to supervisory staff.
Develops and presents fire safety and injury prevention programs to children in the community. Develops specialty safety programs for developmentally and physically challenged individuals.
Writes grant proposals and researches possible grants for children's fire safety and injury prevention programs.
Teaches other fire safety professionals new educational strategies for injury and fire prevention and designs curriculum to do so.
Gathers data regarding injuries and analyzes data.
Interacts with higher education institutions for the purposes of research, board participation, intern mentoring and supervision.
Mentors other staff in the areas of curriculum development and grant work.
Incorporates puppets and other educational media into programs to educate audiences, especially children, in the areas of fire and injury prevention.
Collaborates with other agencies to develop safety lists and tools for assessing environments to ensure they are safe from fire hazards and potential injury sources.
Minimum Education Level & Type: Bachelor's Degree
Minimum Experience Qualifications: At least 4 years of experience in fire safety education
To ensure accurate payroll information for tax purposes, the successful candidate will need to provide their original Social Security Card or original letter from the Social Security Administration with their social security number prior to beginning work with the City of Tucson.
The City of Tucson hires lawful workers only - US citizens or nationals and non-citizens with valid work authorization - without discrimination. Federal immigration laws require all employers to verify both the identity and employment eligibility of all persons hired to work in the United States. In its efforts to meet the law's requirements, the City of Tucson participates in the E-Verify program established by the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) and the Social Security Administration (SSA) to aid employers in verifying the eligibility of workers.
Retired City of Tucson employees receiving benefits from the Tucson Supplemental Retirement System who are considering reemployment with the City should be aware that pursuant to Section 22-37(g) of the Tucson City Code, retirement benefits shall be suspended during the period of reemployment with the City of Tucson unless you have been separated at least twelve consecutive months before returning to work AND you return to a non-permanent employment classification. Creditable service does not accrue during any reemployment period.