Fire Protection Engineer Job in Multiple Locations – General Services Administration



The United States government is a massive employer, and is always looking for qualified candidates to fill a wide variety of open employment positions in locations across the country. Below you’ll find a Qualification Summary for an active, open job listing from the General Services Administration. The opening is for a Fire Protection Engineer in Multiple Locations Feel free to browse this and any other job listings and reach out to us with any questions!

Fire Protection Engineer – Multiple Locations
Public Buildings Service, General Services Administration
Job ID: 602429
Start Date: 06/30/2022
End Date: 07/30/2022

Qualification Summary
For each job on your resume, provide: the exact dates you held each job (from month/year to month/year)
number of hours per week you worked (if part time). If you have volunteered your service through a National Service program (e.g., Peace Corps, Americorps), we encourage you to apply and include this experience on your resume.For a brief video on creating a Federal resume, clickhere.The GS-13 salary range starts at $94,373 per year and varies by location. If you are a new federal employee, your starting salary will likely be set at the Step 1 of the grade for which you are selected.BASIC REQUIREMENTS FOR ENGINEERS: A Degree in professional engineering OR a combination of college-level education, training, and/or technical experience. For specifics on qualifying education and/or experience – use the following link: Basic Requirements for Engineer Positions.SPECIALIZED EXPERIENCE:In addition to the Basic Requirements listed above, you must have one year of specialized experience equivalent to the GS-12in the Federal service.
Specialized experience isexperience that includes: 1) Reviewing, inspecting, and analyzing fire and smoke protection systems and the installation of such systems to ensure code compliance and safe occupancy for office buildings, laboratories, data centers, and/or similar buildings. 2) Designing fire protection and/or smoke mitigation systems and developing related cost estimates for office buildings, laboratories, data centers, and/or similar buildings. 3) Conducting risk analysis of building occupancy and contents and fire/smoke protection systems to develop solutions that ensure a safe environment for occupants and comply with applicable codes. 4) Influencing, motivating, or persuading individuals or groups to collaborate and accept findings/recommendations.
SELECTIVE PLACEMENT FACTOR (SPF):In addition to the qualification requirements listed above, you must also meet the following SPF, which has been identified as: Certification as a “qualified fire protection engineer” which requires one of the following: An engineer having an undergraduate or graduate degree from a college or university that includes successful completion of a course of study in fire protection engineering, fire protection engineering technology, or fire safety engineering that is accredited by the Accreditation Board for Engineering and Technology or a similar accreditation.
A professional engineer (P.E. or similar designation) licensed in a related engineering discipline, plus a minimum of 4 years work experience in fire protection engineering having an understanding of the principles of physics and chemistry governing fire growth, spread, and suppression.
A licensed engineer (P.E.) who has passed the principles and practice of engineering examination in fire protection administered by the National Council of Examiners for Engineering and Surveying (NCEES) This position has a positive education requirement: Applicants must submit a copy of their college or university transcript(s) and certificates by the closing date of announcements to verify qualifications. If selected, an official transcript will be required prior to appointment.

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