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Jessica Claire
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Summary

Dedicated emergency responder and leader offering a combination of hands-on firefighting and team building skills. Accomplished in implementation of process improvements, codes, best practices, and regulations with commitment to safety and efficiency. Strong EMS background but have not forgot where I came from and everyone was new at one time. Committed to rendering the best help and care for the citizens I serve and the community I serve be it from protecting life or property.

Experience
Fire Lieutenant, 12/1998 - Current
City Of Coconut Creek Coconut Creek, FL,
  • Preserved order and discipline among up to 4 subordinates.
  • Conducted search and rescue operations and quickly analyzed all medical emergencies as well as administered first aid to injured persons.
  • Inspected schools, theaters, offices and various other buildings to check for proper fire precautionary measures.
  • Prepared records and reports of company responses to fires or other emergencies.
  • Responded to fire and emergency alarms and evaluated emergency to direct company operations.
  • Conducted fire prevention and suppression operations.
  • Entered inspection, training, fire and emergency medical service calls into records management system using Gemsis Elite.
  • Addressed emergency calls and fire alarms using job-specific equipment, including operating pumps, aerial ladders and auxiliary equipment.
  • Oversaw station efforts to continuously deliver timely and quality responses in areas of fire, medical and public safety administration.
Paramedic, 09/1996 - 08/2000
Lake Regional Health System Lebanon, MO,
  • Saved lives by administering medications, monitoring cardiac output and performing emergency intubations.
  • Responded quickly to medical emergencies to promote best possible health outcomes.
  • Monitored patients from scene to hospital transfer while conducting in-transit care.
  • Loaded patients into ambulances in preparation for transport to nearest medical center.
  • Treated patients suffering from variety of illnesses and ailments, including heart attacks, strokes, motor vehicle accident injuries and other traumas.
  • Adhered to all protocols and procedures to maintain safety of patients and paramedic crew.
  • Evaluated patients' medical status and monitored vital signs during transit.
  • Managed care in field and in-transit, including performing standard testing and administering necessary medication.
  • Assessed emergency situations and prioritized medical care for patients.
Paramedic Supervisor, 09/1995 - 08/1996
Upmc Franklin, PA,
  • Responded quickly to medical emergencies to promote best possible health outcomes.
  • Saved lives by administering medications, monitoring cardiac output and performing emergency intubations.
  • Monitored patients from scene to hospital transfer while conducting in-transit care.
  • Transported patients from accident scenes to hospitals in emergency vehicles.
  • Evaluated patients' medical status and monitored vital signs during transit.
  • Managed care in field and in-transit, including performing standard testing and administering necessary medication.
  • Adhered to all protocols and procedures to maintain safety of patients and paramedic crew.
Paramedic Field Training Officer, 08/1994 - 09/1995
Pickens County EMS City, STATE,
  • Responded quickly to medical emergencies to promote best possible health outcomes.
  • Monitored patients from scene to hospital transfer while conducting in-transit care.
  • Assessed emergency situations and prioritized medical care for patients.
  • Conducted equipment inspections and vehicle checks in adherence with required maintenance schedules.
  • Adhered to all protocols and procedures to maintain safety of patients and paramedic crew.
  • Developed strong rapport with other medical professionals to foster quality and efficient patient care.
  • Demonstrated dedication to providing quality care through continued training and education.
Skills
  • Administration and management
  • First response services
  • EMS expertise
  • Incident safety
  • Life and property protection
  • Firefighting techniques expertise
  • Fire department procedures
  • Fire response team direction
  • Emergency Response
  • Alarm and fire detection systems
  • Emergency response procedures
  • Workload prioritization
Education and Training
Certification: Paramedic Technology, Expected in 08/1994
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North Metro Technical College - Acworth, GA
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EMT Certification: EMT, Expected in 03/1992
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Georgia Paramedic Training Center - Marietta, GA,
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High School Diploma: , Expected in 05/1988
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Pickens County High School - Jasper, GA
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Certifications

Basic Firefighter Mods I II and III GPSTC 1999

Structural Fire Control GPSTC 2002

Practical Fireground Hydraulic GPSTC 2003

Strategy and Tactics for Initial Company Officer GPSTC 2004

ACLS certified

BLS instructor certified

All prerequisite classes for DCFD promotional process up to Lieutenant level.

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School Attended

  • North Metro Technical College
  • Georgia Paramedic Training Center
  • Pickens County High School

Job Titles Held:

  • Fire Lieutenant
  • Paramedic
  • Paramedic Supervisor
  • Paramedic Field Training Officer

Degrees

  • Certification
  • EMT Certification
  • High School Diploma

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