New York State has approximately 20 positions* in this title statewide. You may view a breakdown of positions by county. This position exists in SUNY. View links to all New York State agencies including agencies that have this title. For more information, New York State employees can contact the Career Mobility Office at (518) 485-6199 or (800) 553-1322. If you are not a current New York State employee, you can use the Department of Civil Service Web site to explore possible employment opportunities.
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There is currently no Career Ladder information available for this title.
As a Campus Safety Specialist, you would ensure that all federal, State, and campus fire regulations and building codes are adhered to on a university campus. You would review building plans and drawings; perform building inspections to ensure compliance with the New York State Fire Prevention and Building Code, National Fire Protection Association Standards, and other applicable regulations; inspect and test fire protection systems and conduct fire extinguisher inspections; respond in an intervention role to campus emergencies involving such things as fires, vehicle accidents, bomb threats, petroleum and chemical spills, medical responses, and confined spaces rescues; and conduct fire safety training and fire drills to educate and inform the campus community.
View the classification standard for this title, on the Classification and Compensation webpage.
The NYS Title and Salary Plan provides additional information regarding other titles. If there is a classification standard available there will be a link under the column labeled STD. NO. If no link is available there is no classification standard available at this time for that title.
Please note: qualifications for this position may be subject to change. If substitutions for education and/or experience are allowed, this information would be available on the announcement.
You must take and pass a Civil Service in order to be considered for this position.
On or before the date of the examination, you must have a high school diploma or a high school equivalency diploma, AND:
Either 1. one year of experience as an emergency responder in a career fire department;
Or 2. two years of experience as an emergency responder in a volunteer fire department;
Or 3. 60 semester credit hours in fire protection, fire prevention, fire science, or fire safety.
For informational purposes only, click on the examination number(s) listed below to see the current or previous examination(s) that are used to fill this title.26-969
When this examination is scheduled to be held, the announcement can be found on the Department of Civil Service, Examination Announcements web page. If you do not see an examination currently scheduled please check back on a monthly basis or sign up for announcement notification by email so that you will automatically be notified when new examinations are being offered.
Career mobility is not just limited to the titles in the Career Ladder, above. Additional movement may be achieved through other examinations, additional education and/or work experience or transfer opportunities. For additional information or clarification of transfer determinations, current State employees should contact the Career Mobility Office. Visit ELMS Online to view established open-competitive, promotion, and transition eligible lists. If you are not a current New York State employee, see Employment Opportunities with New York State and find out how to become a New York State employee.