FIRE ADMINISTRATION

14011 City Center Drive
Chino Hills, CA 91709

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NON-EMERGENCY
(909) 902-5260

Chino Valley Fire District

Human Resources

FAITHFULNESS. INTEGRITY. RESPECT. EXCELLENCE.

Personnel are the Fire District’s most valuable resource. The contribution of each and every employee is critical to the success of the District. The Human Resources Department administers the following programs under the direction of the Human Resources Director:

RECRUITMENT & HIRING

Administration of the recruitment and hiring process for all Fire District staff positions is conducted with a focus on attracting and appointing the most highly qualified candidates possible. This holds true for promotional examination processes, as well as open recruitment efforts, all of which are conducted in accordance with Fire District Personnel Rules and Regulations and legal requirements. In 2007, the district adopted a Standards of Cover Plan. This plan serves as a guide to address staffing and emergency response needs in the areas of fire suppression and emergency medical service as the District continues to grow. Additionally, a Long Range Personnel Plan focusing on the staffing needs of administrative and support positions was approved in 2003, and continues to be a reference point for changes in this area of staffing.

EMPLOYEE RELATIONS

The Fire District’s employee relations activities are focused on ensuring that employment practices are handled in a consistent and fair manner, and in keeping with all legal requirements. This includes activities such as classification and compensation studies, labor contracts negotiation and administration for represented and unrepresented employee groups, and oversight of disciplinary matters. Development and administration of personnel related rules, regulations, and procedures is a major area of emphasis.

SALARY & BENEFITS ADMINISTRATION

Benefit packages are coordinated with employees and the Fire District’s benefit programs including vacation and sick leave, comprehensive medical, dental, vision, life and disability insurance, and PERS retirement are administered.

RISK MANAGEMENT

The protection of all Fire District resources is a priority. These resources include our personnel, property, equipment, and capital. Toward that end, the Fire District focuses on identifying and analyzing areas of exposure to potential loss, examining alternative risk management techniques, and implementing and monitoring the most effective risk management solutions.

The District is a member of a Risk Management Joint Powers Authority consisting of many public agencies throughout California. This JPA provides a pooled insurance program through which the District obtains liability and property insurance, and excess insurance coverage for its self-insured Workers’ Compensation program. Additionally, this pooled program provides supplemental risk management services such as third-party administrative services, and training programs.

EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES
JOB DESCRIPTIONS
RULES AND REGULATIONS
GROOMING STANDARDS
SALARY SCHEDULE
MEMORANDUM OF UNDERSTANDING (MOU)

EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES

District employment opportunity information is available at the link above. The entire job application process for “District Employment Opportunities” can be completed online.

APPLICATION PROCESS

We welcome you to apply for employment with the Chino Valley Fire District. Please note, applications are only accepted for current recruitments and a separate application must be submitted for each position you are interested in. Be sure to submit your application by the final filing deadline. Application materials are reviewed for relevant education, training, and experience. Those applicants best meeting the District’s needs will be invited to participate in a selection process which may include a written exam, performance exam, oral board interview and/or other selection process.

Prior to submitting a completed application, be sure to read the respective recruitment notice for further instructions. Some recruitments may require additional information such as a designated supplemental questionnaire, copies of licenses, certification, etc.

If you require a disability-related modification or accommodation in order to participate in the selection process, please contact Human Resources at (909) 902-5260 to make your request known. Requests should be made at least 48 hours in advance of the need for the accommodation, aid or service.

Communication regarding your application and/or status will be sent to the email address listed on your application. Please check your email regularly throughout the recruitment process as you will not receive communication through U.S. mail.

If you are interested in a position that is not currently being advertised and wish to be informed when the position becomes available, please fill out a Job Interest Card.

JOB DESCRIPTIONS

Job descriptions can be found on our NEOGOVE webpage by clicking here.

RULES AND REGULATIONS

Click here to view our personnel rules.

GROOMING STANDARDS

Click here to view our grooming standards.

SALARY SCHEDULE

Click here to view our salary schedule.

MEMORANDUM OF UNDERSTANDING

Click here to view the CVFD and CVPF Memorandum of Understanding.

Click here to view the CVFD and Teamsters Memorandum of Understanding.