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

I started my career working as an EMT. After gaining some valuable experience I then started working for The Bureau of Land Management and the US Forest Service. I worked on a fuels crew, an all risk type 3 Engine and also a HotShot Crew. In 2014 I was offered a position in San Benito-Monterey Unit Cal Fire as a FF1 and worked 6 1/2 seasons in BEU before accepting a permanent position in Santa Clara Unit. I graduated the FFA March 5th 2021

with 2nd place Top Academic Achievement. I look forward to continuing my career with this agency and working with new and exciting people.

Highlights
  • FFA Graduate
  • 2nd place Top Academic Achievement in the FFA
  • A.S Degree Fire Technology
  • Graduate Monterey Peninsula College Firefighter 1 & 2 academy
  • Completed FF1, FF2 and Advanced Firefighter Certificates
  • CALFIRE 67 hour wild land Cerification
  • Confined space Awareness and Technician Certificates
  • Hazardous Materials First Responder Operations Certification
  • Emergency Medical Technician
  • American Red Cross CPR instructor
Work History
11/2020 to Current
Permanent Firefighter 2. Sched B CALFIRE City, STATE,

Supervisor FC Derek Lopez (831)-917-9802

  • Acting as senior firefighter
  • training new firefighters
  • working alongside helitack program
  • gaining experience occasionally staffing helitender
  • Full range of firefighting duties
08/2020 to Current
Permanent Firefighter 2. Sched B CALFIRE City, STATE,

Supervisor FC Eric Heckley (209)-892-5781

  • Taking on new leadership roles
  • Full range of firefighting duties
  • Graduated FFA
04/2019 to 08/2020
Firefighter 1 Sched. B CALFIRE City, STATE,

Supervisor: FC Brice Muenzer (831)-637-4475

  • Preventing fires by providing regular inspections
  • Responding to emergency calls and providing assistance
  • Reducing fire damage with the help of own equipment and by making sure it’s in the right working order
  • Keeping station and equipment in great condition and providing regular maintenance, inspection, repair
  • Participating in public educational activities within local community on preventing fires
  • Acquiring more professional knowledge and skills by taking part in trainings, workshops, self-education
  • Updating records, equipment inspection or repair and other accountable aspects of fire department’s day-to-day job
  • Following safety working policies and reporting needed changes or unsafe activities and conditions
04/2019 to 12/2019
Firefighter 1 Sched. B CALFIRE City, STATE,

Supervisor: FC Steve Torres (831)-637-4475

  • Utilize sophisticated firefighting and rescue equipment
  • Promote fire safety via talks, advice and training sessions
  • Inspect and enforce safety standards
  • Demonstrate the use of firefighting equipment
  • Work with Police and ambulance service personnel
  • Undertake physical and academic training
  • Check and maintain vehicles, equipment, hydrants and water supplies
05/2018 to 12/2018
Firefighter 1 Sched. B CALFIRE City, STATE,

Supervisor FC Steve Torres (831)-637-4475

  • Perform full range firefighting duties
  • Equipment Maintenance and repair
  • General housekeeping duties
  • Assist in training of new firefighters
  • Out of county striketeams
  • Mutual aid with surrounding agencies
  • Various station projects
05/2017 to 02/2018
Firefighter 1 Sched. B CALFIRE City, STATE,

Supervisor: FC Mitch Colombo (805)-610-9001

  • Respond to emergency and non-emergency incidents
  • Provide appropriate services as required including emergency rescue, fire suppression , emergency medical and first aid services as needed
  • Operate, inspect and repair equipment
  • Ensure all equipment is in a constant state of readiness for emergency calls
  • Engine checkouts, preparing meals, hose lays, mobile attack
  • Maintain a variety of logs, records and files
  • Participate in cleaning and maintaining stations
  • Physical training, cover assignments, strike team assignments,
05/2016 to 02/2017
Firefighter 1 Sched. B CALFIRE City, STATE,

Supervisor: FC Brandi Plankett (805) 610-7400

  • Honed my FF1 skills
  • Completed my FF1, FF2 and Advanced Packets
  • Honed my cooking skills
  • Continued to learn, train, and teach
05/2015 to 02/2016
Firefighter 1 Sched. B CALFIRE City, STATE,

Supervisor: FC Patrick Leonard (559)-593-1590

  • Respond to Emergency incidents
  • Protect life and property
  • EMT
  • Checking and maintaining equipment
  • Perform practice drills
05/2014 to 02/2015
Firefigher 1 Sched. B CALFIRE City, STATE,

Supervisor: FC Mitch Colombo (805)-610-7400

  • Participates in wild land, rural, and structural fire suppression
  • Repairs equipment
  • General station housekeeping
  • Respond to emergency situations
05/2013 to 11/2013
Hotshot crew member (swamper) U.S. Forest Service City, STATE,

Supervisor: Captain Sean Gast (209)-962-7825 ext:576

  • Suppression of Wildland fires on assignments throughout the United states
  • Aggressively utilize all types of hand tools
  • The use of chain saws, radios, ignition devices, and numerous other pieces of equipment
  • Patrolling, serving as a lookout, mopping up, fireline construction, cutting hotline, complex tree falling, prescribed burns, construction of helispots, burnout operations
  • Hiking long distances over rugged terrain were all integral parts of the job
  • Project work
06/2012 to 12/2012
Firefighter Type 3 Engine Bureau Of Land Management City, STATE,

Supervisor: Captain Joe Labak (206)-763-1104

  • The use of portable pumps
  • Construction of hose lays
  • Mobile and stationary engine attack
  • Monitoring and controlling the fireline
  • Collecting data on fire weather and fire behavior
  • Fire line construction, holding the line and mopping up
  • Hazard fuel reduction projects
  • Station cleanup, physical training
  • Emergency medical services
  • Public relation events
  • Structure fires
  • Traffic collisions
06/2011 to 11/2011
Fuels Crew Member Bureau Of Land Managementh City, STATE,

Supervisor: Brian Hellett (831)-915-5096

  • Operating various hand tools, small engine equipment and larger brush disposal equipment or machines.
  • Hazardous fuel reduction and restoration of fire adapted ecosystems.
  • Cutting and chipping
  • Prescribed burns
  • Daily maintenance checks on vehicles and equipment
05/2008 to 06/2010
Emergency Medical Technition Med Pro Of San Jose City, STATE,

Supervisor: Jim Nielson (408)-725-7143

  • Provide basic life support
  • Working concerts, special events and venues
  • Filling out patient contact reports
Education
Expected in 2010
Associate of Science: Fire Technology
Cabrillo College - Soquel, 95073, CA
GPA:
Certifications
  • FFA Graduate
  • 2nd place Top Academic Achievement in the FFA
  • Monterey Peninsula College Firefighter 1 & 2 academy
  • Cal Fire basic firefighter 67 hour
  • Cabrillo college A.S. Degree fire technology
  • California State Fire Marshal Certificate requirements for Fire Fighter 1
  • California State Fire Marshal Certificate requirements for Fire Fighter 2
  • CALFIRE Advance Firefighter Certificate
  • EMT 1 & EMT Advanced
  • CPR/AED
  • S212- Wildland fire chain saws
  • S-134 LCES
  • S-190 introduction to Wildland fire behavior
  • S-290 Intermediate Wildland Fire Behavior
  • S-130 Fire Fighter Training
  • S-131 Fire Fighter Type 1
  • L-180 human factors in the Wildland fire service
  • I-100 introduction to ICS
  • I-200 basic ICS
  • IS-700 Introduction to the National Incident Management System
  • IS-800 National Response Framework, An Introduction
  • RT-130 Wildland fire refresher
  • Fire control 6
  • Fire control 4A & 4B
  • Fire control 3
  • Fire control 2
  • Fire control 1
  • Confined space rescue technician
  • Confined space rescue awareness
  • Auto Extrication
  • Forcible Entry Techniques
  • Low Angle Rope Rescue Operational
  • Rescue Systems 1
  • Incident response to terrorist bombings awareness
  • AWR-160 weapons of mass destruction standardized awareness training program
  • Hazardous Materials Course. First responder awareness/operations
  • Hazardous materials course first responder operations decon
  • Rapid Intervention Crew Tactics
  • NCS Defensive Driving ll
  • FISSA + privacy and records management

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School Attended
  • Cabrillo College
Job Titles Held:
  • Permanent Firefighter 2. Sched B
  • Permanent Firefighter 2. Sched B
  • Firefighter 1 Sched. B
  • Firefighter 1 Sched. B
  • Firefighter 1 Sched. B
  • Firefighter 1 Sched. B
  • Firefighter 1 Sched. B
  • Firefighter 1 Sched. B
  • Firefigher 1 Sched. B
  • Hotshot crew member (swamper)
  • Firefighter Type 3 Engine
  • Fuels Crew Member
  • Emergency Medical Technition
Degrees
  • Associate of Science

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