division chief resume example with 18+ years of experience

Jessica Claire
, , 100 Montgomery St. 10th Floor (555) 432-1000,
Professional Summary

Dedicated firefighting professional with great leadership, planning and scene management abilities. Talented in keeping crew members at peak performance with continuous training and expert motivational talents. Ready for any challenge and certified in multiple areas.

  • Quality control guidelines
  • Firefighting operations
  • Resources allocation
  • Fire protection
  • Payroll and budgeting
  • Policy and procedure modification
  • Strategic planning
  • Database administration
  • Staff Management
  • Scheduling
  • Incident Commander
  • Damage, danger, and loss prevention
Work History
11/2019 to Current Division Chief National Aeronautics And Space Administration | Stennis Space Center, MS,
  • Supervised firehouse operations, maintaining inventory and liaising with vendors to secure necessary supplies.
  • Conducted periodic firefighter written performance evaluations and completed written recommendations on probationary firefighters.
  • Directed work of 235 firefighters engaged in extinguishing fires.
  • Optimized fire services management with introduction of new systems, policies, procedures, and tools.
  • IC over Emergency Operations
  • Inspected apparatus, equipment, grounds and stations for proper order and condition.
  • Supervised cleaning and maintenance of buildings, rooms, and equipment.
  • Coordinated, scheduled, and maintained team resources to achieve top levels of operational readiness.
  • Implemented comprehensive training operations, inspections, and performance evaluations.
  • Hired, managed, developed and trained staff, established and monitored goals, conducted performance reviews and administered salaries for staff.
  • Developed highly-efficient administrative team through ongoing coaching and professional development opportunities.

12/2003 to Current Engineer Operator University Of California | Fresno, CA,
  • Firefighter/EMT-B- Dec. 2003- Jan. 2014
  • Incident Command Technician- March 2014-March 2021
  • Ladder Engineer Operator March 2021-December 2021
  • Mobile Command Unit Tech (Jan 1-present)
01/2005 to 06/2019 Production Manager Mod-U-Serve | City, STATE,
  • Assessed manufacturing processes and recommended improvements to increase productivity.
  • Directed manufacturing process and procedures to achieve goal of first run capability.
  • Determined suitable crew requirements, scheduled employees and worked with Human Resources to meet changing production schedules.
  • Revitalized operational structures and procedures to successfully control turnover and waste, enhance output and boost overall quality.
  • Reviewed work for quality and compliance with company standards and design specifications.
  • Created streamlined production schedules and collaborated with production employees to communicate objectives and goals.
  • Sourced materials to keep up with production goals and meet customer demands.
  • Resolved issues quickly to maintain productivity goals.
  • Addressed personnel issues and scheduling conflicts promptly.
  • Completed and submitted monthly and yearly reports to support executive decision making.
Expected in 12/2022 Bachelor of Science | Fire Services Administration Texas A&M University, San Antonio, TX, GPA:
Expected in 03/2003 Associate of Science | Fire Services Administration San Jacinto College District, Pasadena, TX GPA:
  • Completed professional development in NIMS & TEDEM

ICS 100

ICS 200

ICS 300

ICS 400

ICS 700

ICS 800

Geospatial Information System Specialist (GISP)ICS-103
Anticipating Hazardous Weather and Community Risk, ICS-271

Developing and Managing Volunteers,ICS-244.b
Leadership and Influence, ICS-240.c

Decision Making and Problem Solving, ICS-241.b

An Introduction to Exercise, ICS-120.c

Planning for the Needs of Children in Disasters,ICS-366.a

National Disaster Recovery Framework (NDRF) Overview,ICS-2900.b

Livestock in Disasters,ICS-111.a

Animals in Disasters: Community Planning,ICS-11.a

Animals in Disasters: Awareness and Preparedness,ICS-10.a

Community Hurricane Preparedness,ICS-324.a

Fundamentals of Emergency Management,ICS-230.e

Introduction to FEMA Operational Planning,ICS-2002

Emergency Planning,ICS-235.c

National Incident Management System (NIMS) An Introductions-703.b

Effective Communication,ICS-242.b

Basic Emergency Operations Center Functions, ICS-2200

Emergency Operations Interface, ICS E/L/G 0191

Fire Service Chief Executive Officer Graduate 2021

Master TCFP Firefighter

TCFP Field Examiner

SFFMA Coordinator

Master Instructor

TCFP Instructor II

Blue Card Incident Commander

Enrolled in Instructor III

Enrolled in ISO TCFP

Enrolled in Officer I

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School Attended

  • Texas A&M University
  • San Jacinto College District

Job Titles Held:

  • Division Chief
  • Engineer Operator
  • Production Manager


  • Bachelor of Science
  • Associate of Science

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