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Fire Safety Director

Do you have desire to safe guard property, assets, and most importantly, the lives of others? Are you a natural leader who can think under pressure? Join our team as a fire safety director and utilize your fire safety expertise, excellent decision-making, and communication skills to handle fire related emergencies. As a fire safety director foster team unity as you work closely with other members of the staff and develop a rapport with the rest of the personnel as you keep them safe. Your strong communication skills will also be exercised as you greet visitors to the building.

Fire Safety Director Job Responsibilities:

  • Prepare and implement a fire safety and prevention plan for the hotel
  • Establish and maintain emergency procedures and logs
  • Operate and respond to the fire command station
  • Conduct, supervise, and evaluate plan, coordinate and conduct fire drills to gauge system readiness.
  • Monitor elevator operations/emergencies
  • Watch for and reports irregularities, such as fire hazards, leaking water pipes and security doors left unlocked
  • Train all fire brigade personnel on fire hazards, fire drills, emergency procedures and all safety equipment
  • Evacuate building occupants safely during a fire or emergency
  • Serve as a liaison between fire department and management
  • Inspected all equipment affecting fire suppression, including exit warning lights, extinguishers, keys, sprinkler heads, fire pumps, elevators and all applicable fire service testing periodically.

Jobs Skills & Qualifications

  • Must be 21 or over
  • High School diploma or equivalent
  • Current F-58 Fire Safety Director License or Z-50 Certificate
  • Current NY Security Officer License
  • Must be able to pass background check and drug test
  • Excellent people/customer service skills
  • Maintain neat appearance/meet grooming standards
  • Effective written and verbal English communication skills
  • Prepared to work flexible hours


  • Experience in the hospitality field

Compensation: $16.00 - $20.00 per hour (weekly pay)


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