Fire Rescue Staff

Fire/Rescue Staff

Part Time Seasonal: April thru October

Summary of Duties: Fire/Rescue is responsible for the safety of our customers on track and occasionally on the other facility surfaces. When accidents happen, Fire/Rescue staff coordinate with Race Control and EMS workers.

Reporting Relationship: Fire/Rescue Staff work under the direction of the Safety / Security Coordinator in the Operations department.

Working Conditions: Fire/Rescue staff will be exposed to hot, cold, and inclement weather. 

Primary Duties:

PIRC personnel work as a supportive and interdependent team. These responsibilities are intended as a general illustration of the work performed in this job classification and are not all inclusive for this position. Other duties will be assigned and a willingness to assist other PIRC roles is a requirement. 

  • Contribute to a culture based on reputation, respect, integrity, and dependability.
  • Provide visual communication (hand signals) to drivers.
  • Communicate via two-way radio.
  • Understand the role and duties of EV dispatch.
  • Ensure compliance with fire, safety, and security standards. 
  • Learn and maintain knowledge of race vehicle towing procedures. 
  • Drive an emergency vehicle and perform fire/rescue duties. 
  • Assist in delivering emergency medical care. 
  • Prepare incident reports, including records of weather conditions and other relevant incident information. 
  • Maintain equipment in a clean and orderly manner. 
  • Adhere to Pitt Race dress code and all safety standards for dress. 
  • Properly utilize all required personal protective equipment.
  • 18 years of age or older.
  • Valid driver’s license. 
  • Ability to function in a stressful environment 
  • Ability to lift 50 pounds.
  • Basic First Aid/CPR/AED certifications.
  • Self Contained Breathing Apparatus (SCBA) documentation from a physician.
  • Firefighting and Rescue certifications/licenses preferred (please provide copies).
  • Essentials of Firefighting (All 4 parts), NIMS – 100, 200, 700 or FEMA incident command, Rescue Technician BVR, HAZ-MAT Operations
  • Familiarity with pump, hose, and hydraulic tool operation.

Preferred, but not required:

  • Emergency Services licenses from SCCA, FIA, ACO, or other professional sanctioning body: 
  • NIMS 200, 300, 400; 
  • EMR, 
  • EMT-B, or EMT-P; 
  • HAZ-MAT Tech; 
  • Firefighter 1, 2, or higher.
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