CHARLOTTETOWN, P.E.I. — The Metropolis of Charlottetown has named Tim Mamye as the town’s new hearth chief.
As hearth chief, Mamye is chargeable for overseeing the town’s two hearth stations and main a group of 12 profession and 85 volunteer members.
Interim chief administrative officer Donna Waddell mentioned the town is proud to have Mamye as the brand new hearth chief.
“Tim has served properly in a management position in hearth companies right here in Charlottetown for a number of years. He additionally performed an integral half in reaching a protected and environment friendly emergency operations response to post-tropical storm Fiona,” mentioned Waddell.
“I’m assured his management and strategic planning will proceed to strengthen the protection of our rising neighborhood within the years to come back.”
Mamye joined the Canadian Armed Forces at 18 years previous and was posted throughout Canada and overseas.
He labored with the northern Canadian Rangers and allied international locations, in addition to serving on the HMCS Charlottetown as flight co-ordinator for Operation Apollo in 2001.
Previous to returning to Charlottetown as deputy hearth chief in 2011, Mamye was deputy hearth chief of 12 Wing Shearwater Hearth Division, the place he led a group of over 50 full-time members offering structural, crash rescue and emergency medical responses.
Since March, Mamye has served as performing hearth chief for the Metropolis of Charlottetown.
Mamye has additionally earned many Worldwide Hearth Service Accreditation Congress seals and certificates all through his profession and accomplished the certificates of fireside service management and the certificates of fireside service administration at Dalhousie College.