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Fire inspectors are responsible for inspecting buildings and structures to ensure that they are in compliance with local, state and federal fire codes. During their inspection, they identify potential fire hazards and issue warnings if fire standards are not adhered to. They also test fire protection equipment and alarms, conduct fire safety education programs in schools and workplaces, review emergency evacuation plans and determine the cause and origin of fires.
Most fire inspectors have work experience as firefighters or police officers, which would imply that they have completed a postsecondary program for EMTs or emergency medical technicians. Completing a 2 or 4-year degree in fire science, chemistry or engineering will open several advancement opportunities.
This is a physically demanding job. Fire inspectors must have quick reflexes, a keen eye for detail and superb problem-solving skills.
At the interview for a fire inspector job, prospective employers ask applicants a wide range of questions to ascertain their suitability for the job as well as their passion for the job. Before going for the interview spend some time thinking about how you will answer questions about your strengths and weaknesses and your long and short term career goals. The interviewer will likely also give you a mock scenario and ask you to give details about how you would handle such a situation. Being prepared with compelling answers is the key to a successful interview. The best way to do this is by reading through more fire inspector mock interview questions and rehearsing answers to some of the more commonly asked questions.