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Master the Public Safety Dispatcher/911 Operator, 4th Edition by
Master the Public Safety Dispatcher/911 Operator Exam provides everything you need to succeed on the exam, including two full-length practice tests, thorough review of every question type on the exam, proven test-taking strategies to help you score higher, and comprehensive information for beginning and advanced-level emergency personnel. Also, expert tips on how to best analyze job announcements and interviewing successfully are included to give you an edge over the competition.
Call Number: eBook
Publication Date: 2015-09-08
Electrical Licensing Exam Guide 2008 by
PRINT: Completely updated to the 2005 and 2008 NEC, the DEWALT Electrical Licensing Exam Guide is a complete and comprehensive electrical exam test preparation guide. This new "standard" for the electrical industry will help readers prepare to pass the Contractors, Journeyman, Masters, Residential, Maintenance, and Sign licensing exams.
Call Number: TK169 .H65 2009 (Downtown)
Publication Date: 2008-07-15
Post Office Jobs by
The all-new sixth-edition of Post Office Jobs provides an overview of what jobs are available,including many that don't require written tests and how to apply for them. You will also find a comprehensive 473/473E study guide with helpful test-taking strategies that could dramatically improve many applicant's exam scores. Seven other sample postal exams are included in this new edition for maintenance, clerical, technician, and other major occupations. Most limit their job search to mail carrier and clerk positions and are unaware of the many other career opportunities that the postal service offers. Even with mail carriers and clerks making up over 50% of the workforce the postal service still employs hundreds of thousands in other occupations. They employ 30,000 building and equipment maintenance workers, 5,000 vehicle maintenance employees, thousands of motor vehicle operators, postal inspectors, accountants, administrative staff, human resource personnel, and professionals across a broad spectrum of fields. Post Office Jobs is the only post office career guide that includes a comprehensive 473/473E exam study guide, sample exam questions for 7 other careers, and job descriptions for the top 24 occupations. It provides guidance on how to explore alternative civil service occupations and includes a chapter on how to apply for postal inspector positions. Nancy Ledgerwood, our editor, worked for the postal service for 22 years. She provided an insider's perspective of their eCareer recruiting systemand testing processes. Featured Exams: 473/473E Major Entry Level 630/630E Postal Police 710/720/725/730 Clerical Battery 714 Data Conversion Operator 741/744 Accounting 916 Custodial 943 Automotive Mechanic and Technician 955 Mechanical and Electrical Job Skills Postal employees are interviewed prior to appointment by the selecting official. Chapter Six provides sample questions and detailed guidance on how to successfully handle this often nerve-racking face-to-face encounter. Professional and administrative occupations do not require written examinations. Your background, work experience and education determine your eligibility for the job. You'll learn how to locate vacancies and apply for these positions nationwide. Appendix B describes how to prepare your resume and includes examples of Knowledge, Skills & Abilities (KSA) statements that must be submitted with your application for many of the corporate positions. Appendix C provides an updated list of Customer Service District Offices that you can contact for test results and to learn when jobs will be advertised in your area. Many who apply for and take postal exams misplace their paperwork and do not know who to contact. These offices can direct you to the right department when you have questions or have to reschedule an exam. Visit postalwork.net, the companion web site for the new 6th edition, for up-to-date guidance on postal service job options including direct links to the postal service's recruiting site. If you are seeking a job with the postal service, you should also be aware of postal employment and testing scams that charge excessive fees. The postal service does not charge application fees and no one can guarantee you a postal or federal job. All jobs are filled competitively. The average pay and benefits for all postal employees was $75,614 per year in 2013. The largest postal service pay system is predominantly for bargaining unit employees. There is also an Executive Administrative Schedule (EAS) for non-bargaining unit members where pay ranges from $23,279 up to an authorized maximum of $120,617. If you're looking for good pay with excellent benefits, explore the postal service job market. Use this book's resources, including the Job Hunter's Checklist in Appendix A, to begin your personal job search.
Call Number: HE6499 .D18 2014 (Deerwood)
Publication Date: 2015-01-01
Fire Service Law by
This first-of-its kind text is written for the growing fire administration/officer markets. Author Larry Bennett is both an attorney and a firefighter, and he is well-connected at the University and National Fire Academy levels. This book has been closely monitored by the folks at FESHE, and an online course is being developed around this text by Empire State College for seven campuses. Full of current cases/decisions relevant in today's communities and lots of related readings/links.
Call Number: KF3976.Z9 B56 2008 (South)
Publication Date: 2007-02-16
Fire Safety and Risk Management by
This textbook is directly aligned to the NEBOSH National Certificate in Fire Safety and Risk Management, with each element of the syllabus explained in detail. Each chapter guides the student through the syllabus with references to legal frameworks and guidelines. Images, tables, case studies and key information are highlighted within the text to make learning more productive. Covering fire behaviour, safety, management, risk assessment, prevention and the changes to HSG65, the book can also be used as a daily reference by professionals. Written by experts in the field of fire safety Complete coverage that goes beyond the syllabus content making it a useful resource after study Illustrated throughout to enhance understanding
Call Number: eBook
Publication Date: 2014-10-06
Master the Firefighter Exam by
Master the Firefighter Exam provides everything you need to pass local, state, and national written exams, including test-taking strategies, information on the firefighter screening process, expert oral interview and job search advice, and a review of the Candidate Physical Ability Test. 5 practice tests based on firefighter exams given throughout the United States Review of Candidate Physical Ability Test (CPAT) skill sets The latest EMT, first aid, and crisis management requirements Expert advice on acing the oral interview and information on psychological testing
Call Number: eBook
Publication Date: 2013-06-04
Firefighter Exam by
Challenging, rewarding, and well-paying, firefighting is a terrific career choice. But before they join the ranks of one of the nation's most admired occupations, applicants must pass a rigorous exam. With 5 total practice exams, this guide provides the most thorough and up-to-date preparation available. Featuring the latest information and advice about each step of the selection process, physical test, and oral interview, this guide offers a detailed, realistic study plan.
Call Number: eBook
Publication Date: 2013-04-16