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Fire Safety Manager

Job Purpose 
Morgan State University’s Office of Safety, Health & Environment (OSHE) is hiring a Fire  Safety Manager. This position works under limited supervision to manage the day‐to‐day activities of the University’s Fire Safety Program to ensure compliance with all  applicable laws/regulations/codes. The Fire Safety Manager serves as the senior technical professional. This position reports directly to the Director of OSHE. 

Description 
To serve as the University’s Primary Coordinator for the Fire Safety Program. To manage  the day to day operation of this program to ensure full compliance with all applicable 
laws/regulations/codes while protecting the health and wellbeing of the campus  community.  Develops campus policies and procedures on fire protection and safety, such as the  University’s Administration, Academic and Residence Hall Evacuation Plans. Updates as  necessary to ensure compliance with applicable fire codes. Ensures that fire protection  systems are functioning and monitored, as appropriate. Conducts or coordinates fire  protection systems test detection, suppression, alarm, emergency lighting, and water  supply (sprinkler) systems. Conducts or coordinates campus building “Fire System  Acceptance Tests” on all newly installed devices in accordance with applicable fire codes.  Evaluates results of the fire protection systems and applies the results to the development of corrective action plans. Provides consultative services to the University community. Oversees the University’s Hot Works Permit Programs. Completes and submits all Fireworks  permit applications to the State Fire Marshal Office for their approval. Responds to campus fire emergency situations and provides/coordinates assistance with the local fire  department and implements training programs. Serves as campus liaison with State Fire  Marshal’s Office and local fire departments for noncapital construction projects. Prepares reports and recommendations on fire safety management issues and program development.  Reviews test building plans and  specifications to evaluate fire protection, means of egress, segregation of hazardous areas, and occupancy for compliance with applicable fire codes.  Conducts fire protection surveys such as the inspection of facilities to identify hazardous 
conditions, unsafe practices, or violation of fire codes. Evaluates results and implements, 
corrective actions. Assists with fire drills in all campus buildings in accordance with current local, state, federal, and University policy to ensure that the alarm systems are operational and that all personnel are safely evacuated from the building. Manages the University’s  Fire‐related contracts. Maintain all records for inspection by outside agencies. 

Qualifications 
High School Diploma with at least five years of experience in the fire safety inspection and code enforcement.  In-depth knowledge of the National Fire Protection Codes and  Maryland Fire Prevention Regulation. Operation of fire suppression and alarm system is also required.  Must be able to work weekends, nights, and holidays. 
Preferred: Ten years or more experience in fire safety inspections and code enforcement. A Bachelor’s Degree in Fire Science or Fire Engineering or a fire safety degree can be  substituted for 4 years of the required experience. 
A criminal background investigation is required for the hired candidate.  

Salary and Benefits 
Competitive salary and full University benefits that include 22 days of annual leave, up to  11 holidays, personal and sick days; excellent health, life, and retirement plans; and tuition 
remission.  This position will be open for a minimum of 14 days. Cover letter and resume are requested.  Organization Finance & Administration 
Primary Location Main Campus, Baltimore City 
Posting Date April 14, 2022 

Job posting can be accessed at:  Morgan State University Job Posting

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