Fire Chief

City of Victorville, CA

Located in Southern California at the high point between Los Angeles and Las Vegas, Victorville is the leading City for both industry and retail in the High Desert region. Victorville is a growing, vibrant community that is home to approximately 126,000 residents and some of the area’s largest employers. During the COVID-19 pandemic, employee health and welfare has been Victorville’s greatest priority.  As such, the City acted quickly to enact safety protocols and procedures to protect its workforce. The City of Victorville is seeking a Fire Chief to join its united and dynamic team. The incoming Chief will be looked upon to motivate, encourage, and establish a strong working environment with staff, as well as other agencies and organizations. Qualified candidates must possess a bachelor’s degree with major course work in the Fire Sciences, Public Administration or a related field; master’s degree and completion of National Fire Academy Executive Fire Officer Program desirable; and ten (10) years of fire suppression experience and knowledge of Fire Prevention and Fire Code application, including five (5) years at a significant and increasingly responsible administrative level is required. The annual salary range for the incoming Fire Chief is $146,244 to $177,768; placement within this range is dependent on qualifications. If you are interested in this outstanding opportunity, please visit our website at to apply online. If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to call Ms. Valerie Phillips or Mr. Regan Williams at (916) 784-9080. Filing Deadline: November 6, 2020.

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