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

Dedicated Fire Captain with 13 years experience in the fire service directing a cohesive emergency team with highest degree of professionalism and respect. Strengths include maintaining an effective team through attentiveness, coaching and discipline. In-depth knowledge of safety regulations, response management and fire department policies, procedures and internal controls.

  • Firefighting techniques expertise
  • Fire department procedures
  • Fire response team direction
  • Emergency Response
  • Incident safety
  • First response services
  • Workload prioritization
  • Life and property protection
  • Emergency response procedures
  • Personnel training
  • Alarm and fire detection systems
  • Fire prevention
  • Administration and management
Work History
09/2019 to Current
Fire Captain Soc Inc. Hawthorne, NV,
  • Preserved order and discipline among subordinates, and gave assignments and instructions.
  • Prepared records and reports of company responses to fires or other emergencies.
  • Conducted search and rescue operations and quickly analyzed all medical emergencies as well as administered first aid to injured persons.
  • Drafted reports of fires, equipment and personnel.
  • Assisted with inspections at various buildings and businesses throughout the city to check for proper fire precautionary measures.
  • Stayed in close contact with dispatchers to obtain and relay current information about fire status, supplies and personnel.
  • Assisted with inspections of buildings for fire prevention and hazardous materials code violations or potential hazards.
  • Conducted fire prevention and suppression operations.
  • Responded to fire and emergency alarms and evaluated emergency to direct company operations.
  • Controlled emergency response planning, including overseeing research for development of building pre-plans and handling company building fire prevention inspections.
  • Spearheaded fire protection and prevention programs, providing teams with training and resources to deliver timely and quality efforts.
2008 to Current
Volunteer Firefighter City Of Bellaire, Tx Bellaire, TX,
07/2018 to 09/2019
Fire Lieutenant City Of Coconut Creek Coconut Creek, FL,
  • Conducted fire prevention and suppression operations.
  • Responded to fire and emergency alarms and evaluated emergency to direct company operations.
  • Established and managed water supplies to support suppression activities.
  • Cleaned, serviced and maintained fire apparatus in condition of readiness and performed general maintenance of fire department property.
  • Oversaw station efforts to continuously deliver timely and quality responses in areas of fire, medical and public safety administration.
  • Addressed emergency calls and fire alarms using job-specific equipment, including operating pumps, aerial ladders and auxiliary equipment.
07/2013 to 07/2018
Firefighter Minnesota City Jobs Logis, MN,
  • Trained continuously to maintain required physical fitness for demanding work.
  • Laid hose lines and operated nozzles, pumps, hydrants and fire extinguishers.
  • Checked all equipment, including hoses and breathing masks after fire calls to determine proper functionality.
  • Answered emergency situations quickly and assessed conditions to contain fires, assist victims and prevent escalation.
  • Administered emergency treatment and medical care to people injured in accidents and fires.
  • Collaborated with other emergency personnel when responding to accident scenes or acute illness calls requiring emergency medical care.
  • Informed and educated local community members about fire prevention and safety.
  • Assessed nature and extent of fire, condition of buildings, danger to adjacent buildings and water supply status to determine crew or company requirements.
  • Employed systematic search and rescue procedures and location and excavation devices to safely locate and evacuate victims.
  • Followed safety practices to protect all team members.
  • Maintained tools and fire vehicles, contributing to rapid response capability.
  • Demonstrated strong knowledge of industry equipment.
  • Kept station in peak working order by inspecting facilities, equipment and personnel.
  • Handled routine custodial maintenance of fire department equipment to maintain equipment, including oxygen breathing, resuscitation and apparatus equipment.
  • Promptly responded to incidents and demobilized pertinent equipment, including water tenders and fire engines.
Expected in
Lenoir Community College - Kinston,
  • Chief 101 - 8/2015
  • Crowd Manager -3/2018
  • Emergency Vehicle Driver - 8/2016
  • Driver Operator Pumps -2017
  • Driver Operator Aerial - 2017
  • Firefighter 1 & 2 - 1/2014
  • Fire Instructor 1 - 8/2018
  • Instructor Indoctrination - 2020
  • Fire Office 1 - 8/2018
  • Hazmat Level 1 Responder (PPE, Decontamination, and Air Monitoring) - 2018
  • NFA Leadership 1 - 2016, NFA Leadership 2 - 2017, and NFA Leadership 3 - 2018
  • Medical Responder - 2014
  • NIMS 100, 200, 300, 400, 700, 800 - 2015
  • TIMS - 2016

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