Commissionaires NB&PEI Division is looking to hire a mature and responsible team member in Oromocto as a Fire Hall Dispatcher/Control Room Monitor Commissionaire.
The Fire Hall Dispatcher/Control Room Commissionaire is responsible to monitor:
- Multiple alarm systems on the Base including, but not limited to:
- Fire alarm systems (including digital systems)
- Waste Water Treatment Plant alarm
- Refrigeration alarm for the hospital
The incumbent also acts as Dispatcher – monitoring the emergency radio system and dispatching emergency services as required. Additionally, the incumbent answers emergency and administrative telephone lines and ensures information is forwarded and all policies are applied and followed.
We are seeking candidates with:
- The ability to react calmly, quickly and appropriately in shifting situations
- The aptitude to multi-task and monitor multiple alarms concurrently
- A flexibility to work a variety of shifts (day, evening, overnight – including weekends and holidays)
- The ability to maintain high levels of confidentiality
- Military experience and/or familiarity with a Canadian Forces Base
- Strong communication and dispute resolution skills
The successful candidate must:
- Be available to work 24/7 shift rotations
- Demonstrate sound judgement and have the ability to closely follow instructions
- Possess strong computer skills
As an equal opportunity employer, Canadian Corps of Commissionaires N.B. & P.E.I. Division, Inc. is committed to achieving a competent and committed workforce that reflects the diversity of the Canadian population.
If you would enjoy working with our team of committed professionals, please complete the on-line application form below.
Commissionaires NBPEI Division is a not-for-profit organization that provides premier security services to Federal, Provincial, Municipal and Commercial clients throughout the Region. We are a value-based company; one where Loyalty, Integrity, Excellence and Respect define our workplace and where Quality defines our services.
Established in 1946, the Division has grown to over 950 full time, part-time and casual members in New Brunswick and Prince Edward Island. We are proud that we exist to provide meaningful employment to former serving members of the Canadian Forces, RCMP and others who wish to contribute to the security and well-being of Canadians.