Huron-Kinloss announces new Fire Cheif appolntment

Huron-Kinloss Mayor Don Murray recently announced that Jeff Bradley will join the Huron-Kinloss Staff in the role of Fire Chief on March 25th, 2024.

“Jeff has over 19 years’ experience in fire safety and suppression with a proven history of continuing education and skills development, as well as positive leadership development,” said Mayor Murray.

CAO Mary Rose Walden welcomed Chief Bradley to the Huron-Kinloss senior leadership team. “Chief Bradley has demonstrated proficiency in emergency response, incident command, NFPA curriculum delivery, fire ground training, and project management. His expertise extends to budgeting, fire suppression and alarm systems, code compliance, and active participation in emergency management and as a leader on the Bruce County Critical Incident Stress Support Team, highlighting a versatile and impactful career in the Fire Services.”

“I’m looking forward to joining a well-established township leadership team as Fire Chief for the community of Huron-Kinloss,” said Bradly.  “I’m honoured, proud and thankful for this opportunity and excited to serve the community and work with an outstanding group of firefighters. Leading both stations in public education, fire prevention and fire suppression is a responsibility I take seriously. My main goal is to ensure the safety and well-being of our firefighters and residents in our community. With my experience and expertise, I plan to develop stronger relationships with other emergency response teams and our community.”