Battalion Chiefs. (a) Current employment with the County as a Captain, ARFF Captain, Special Operations Captain or EMS Captain; and
Battalion Chiefs. Employees temporarily assigned to work as a Battalion Chief for one half (½) shift shall receive a five (5%) percent wage supplement paid retroactively to the beginning of the first shift. District Chiefs assigned to the Floating Squad who may be required to work in Battalion 7 shall be paid an additional two (2%) percent of their base pay for all hours worked within Battalion 7.
Battalion Chiefs. Each shift or Battalion shall have as its commander an officer of the rank of Battalion Chief who shall be in command of all personnel in all stations of the Firefighting Division on his/her shift or Battalion. In general, Battalion Chief’s shall carry out and see that they are carried out, all the duties for ranking officers as set forth in the rules and regulations of the department.
Battalion Chiefs. The Battalion Chiefs shall be next in rank to the Deputy Fire Chief. They, or their designates, shall serve as the shift commanders and respond to all emergency calls specified in policy and procedures. They shall serve as Incident Commander at emergency scenes and plan, lead, organize, and control all aspects of emergency response. The Battalion Chiefs shall be the direct superiors to the House Captains and Captains on their respective shifts. In the absence of the Deputy Chief or Fire Chief, they may be assigned to operate in that capacity. They shall carry out the essential job duties and responsibilities as cased in their internal directives and, as needed, other duties as directed by the Deputy Chief and/or Fire Chief.
Battalion Chiefs. By entering into this Agreement neither party waives any rights and positions it may have as to whether promotion to the rank of Battalion Chief is a mandatory subject of bargaining. The parties reserve any rights they may have in order to resolve this issue.
Battalion Chiefs. (1) Shared SAN MATEO and XXXXXX CITY Battalion Chiefs shall provide operational oversight of a 24-hour shift, including all line personnel and apparatus assigned to that shift for BELMONT FIRE, all in accordance with the requirements of state and local laws, applicable BELMONT FIRE regulations and the customary duties of a battalion chief.