Watch Manager (Job code: JB00047234)

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Posted on - 02/06/2018

  • Key Skills:
    Candidate should be Graduation/Diploma/Certification from Fire and Rescue Service with 8 to 15 Years of Experience in relevant Industry.
    Security / Law Enforcement, Aviation
  • Functional Area:
    Security, Health, Safety & Environment [HSE}
    Functional Specialization:
  • Qualification:
    Diploma, Any Graduation
    Qualification Specialization:
    Graduation, fire Safety
  • Location:
  • Experience:
    8 - 15 yrs.
  • Yearly Salary:


Job Title:

Job Titile: Watch Manager

Qualitication: Graduation/Diploma/Certification from Fire and Rescue Service

Experience : Min 8 to 15 Years

Job Description:

Key Purpose

Watch Managers are to carry out maintenance of skills training during each shift in accordance with the Fire Station maintenance of skill training syllabus. Records of all incidents attended and any training sessions are to be maintained on the Fire Station training system for all firefighters.

All fire incidents are to be reported using the appropriate systems; any incidents to section staff resulting in an injury are to be reported using the appropriate format.

The Watch Manager is to ensure that he is in-date with his own personal medical standards, his fire trade qualifications, station specific equipment competencies are in-date and any deficiencies are reported to the Station Manager.

In the event of an incident, the Watch Manager is to assume the post of Bronze Commander within the Incident Command Structure, until relieved by the Station Manager. The Watch Manager is to ensure that the principles of Dynamic Operational Risk Assessment are maintained throughout the incident. Analytical Risk Assessments are to be produced at an incident to ensure the Silver Command Team are appraised of the current situation and any changes to the situation.

Post incident, carry out on site debrief (hot debrief) to highlight any immediate lessons learnt. Carry out a full debrief of the incident following the return to normal duties – this is to be documented using the appropriate format.

Key Purpose

As the duty Watch manager of an ICAO crash category 9 and 10 airport fire and rescue crew, you will be responsible for the day-to-day supervision and operational effectiveness of the duty crew.

The Watch Manager is to fully understand their role in the section Quality Assurance (QA) process, be fully conversant with QA documentation and be prepared to be pro-active in the identification and prevention of problems. This may result in implementing appropriate change management procedures to working practices, which are aimed at continually improving the service provided by the section.

When suitably qualified by attendance on an appropriate course of instruction and after the correct on-site development, carry out fire safety inspections and produce fire risk assessments of buildings within the King Fahd International Airport estate. They are to maintain a suitable register of all station assets and a robust inspection regime.

The Watch Manager is a component part of the staff appraisal process in line with Serco policy; consisting of an annual and mid-term appraisal; the agreement of new objectives and the training


company profile :SERCO

Serco Group plc's roots go back to 1929, becoming Serco Limited in 1987 and in 1988 was listed on the London Stock Exchange. Now, Serco is a FTSE top 250 company managing over 500 contracts worldwide. Employing over 50,000 people, we operate internationally across four geographies: UK & Europe, North America, Asia Pacific and the Middle East and across five sectors: Defence, Justice & Immigration, Transport, Health and Citizen Services.

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