August 2010 to CurrentPacific Highway － San Diego, CA
Lay and connect hose, hold nozzles and direct water streams, raise and climb ladders and use chemical extinguishers and other equipment at the scenes of fires.
Perform salvage operations and administer EMS to injured persons, frequently using advance techniques to restore cardio-pulmonary functions.
Participate in fire drills and attend classes in firefighting, EMS and related duties.
Perform general maintenance work in the up-keep of the fire department property.
Inspect building and premises for compliance with fire laws, check on complaints and aids in the investigation of arson cases.
Inspect commercial and noncommercial buildings.
Attend public gatherings to ensure observance of fire safety requirements.
Participate in station radio tests.
Conduct tours of station houses for scout, civic and other interested groups.
Operate Computer Aided Dispatch equipment.
Demonstrate continuous effort to improve operations, decrease turnaround times, streamline work processes, and work cooperatively and jointly to provide quality seamless customer service.
Firefighter August 2005 to August 2010Presidio of Monterey Fire Dept － Monterey, CA
Was a member of a fire fighting crew, utilizing knowledge and training to effectively and safely control and extinguish structural, wildland and natural cover fires.
Performs fire suppression and emergency medical duties in a timely manner to assure maximum proficiency in saving lives and property.
Firefighter/Basic Life Support (BLS) assigned to a crew engaged in emergency medical responses to injured victims as needed to alleviate further injury and prepare victim for transport to a medical facility.
Demonstrates the ability to readily recognize fire hazards, by performing duties and following procedures required by appropriate directives and office instructions.
Acts as a first responder to hazardous materials incidents performing the duties required by the situation according to appropriate laws, directives and local instructions.
Is knowledgeable of base locations of facilities, installed fire detection and suppression systems, and streets as demonstrated by ability to locate during daily operations, required training and emergency responses.
Serves as a wildland firefighter and experiences include knowledge of Fuel types, Weather, Topography, Fire Behavior, Rate of Spread, Wind, Humidity, Water use and Water additives such as Wet Water and Foams.
Maintains firefighting equipment and fire station facilities.
Complies with health, safety of the work environment.
Firefighter April 2002 to August 2005U.S.A.F Reserves, 349 CES Air Mobility Command, 349 CES 171 Dixon Avenue , Bldg 881 Travis AFB CA － Vacaville, CA
349 CES Air Mobility Command, 349 CES 171 Dixon Avenue , Bldg 881 Travis AFB CA
Served as a Firefighter performing hazardous tasks that present unusually difficult problems due to hazardous conditions.
Performs firefighting tasks involving burning structures, equipment, facilities, fires containing explosive ordinance, vehicle fires and spilled or burning hazardous materials such as fuels and chemicals which are poisonous and cancer causing.
Specialized and trained in using specialized firefighting chemicals and operating charged hose lines and ladders.
Practices and participates in weekly scheduled training in and out of the fire station as required.
Also served as an ARFF Firefighter includes Airport familiarization, Lights, Lighting signals, runway and taxiway markings, grid maps, ramps, fuel skids, fuel types, and airport communications.
Have training with engine and APU fires, Pilot or crew emergency evacuations including emergency canopy entry, emergency power and fuel shut off and ejection seat safety and emergency /standby duties.
Familiar with various aircraft types (Military and Civilian).Drives and operates firefighting vehicles, such as Pumpers, Truck company, Heavy and Light Rescue, and Airport Rescue Firefighting (ARFF) Vehicles.
Drives to the scene of the fire following predetermined route or selecting an alternate, when necessary, and positions vehicle considering factors, such as wind direction, sources of water, hazards from fallen structures, location of armament.
Leads a crew in the operation of pumps, foam generators, extended waterways, ground sweep nozzles, and other similar equipment.
Determines proper pressures, the number of lines, and relays requirements to the booster pump.
When operating a crash truck, maneuvers vehicle to keep the fire in optimum range while ensuring that backflash or flashover will not occur.
Maintains constant awareness of levels in self-contained breathing apparatus and warns other firefighters when tanks are close to empty.
48 hours per Week; Aircraft Supply Administration; L-3 Vertex Aerospace , NAS Lemoore, VFA-122 Hangar 5; Supervisor: Michael Irvin 559-924-1973; may contact supervisor.
Managed and effectively prepared Weekly Status Reports For all maintenance done all F-18/A/B/C/D/E and F model aircraft computing figures with speed and accuracy.
Managed payroll and files, records, and logs of all company civilian employees.
Managed and administered daily flight operation procedures including company compliance with Federal and State agency regulations and security directives.
Monitor and schedule arrangements for aircraft arrival and departures including safety inspections and maintenance tests.
Administration April 1997 to August 2001United States Marine Corps － Lemoore Naval Air Station, CA
Over four years of increasing experience and responsibility in all facets of administrative and management.
Responsibilities include supervision and direction of all clerical functions, drafting and verifying accuracy of correspondence.
Supervising and maintaining personnel and pay records, installation, operation, maintenance and security of automated data processing hardware and software.
Prepared monthly maintenance plans and inspections for command.
Successfully managed a payroll system for 700 U.S.
Contain knowledge of administering employee benefit programs including medical, dental and 401k program.
Prepared and handled personnel check-ins, reenlistments, transfer and discharges.
Conducted pricing and quality research on computer hardware, software, and other materials used to carry out data processing functions.
Processed accounts payable on semi-monthly basis and prepared all monthly financial reports including quarterly payroll reports and year-end W-2 information.
Personnel Administrative Logistics & Support Tech School U.S.M.C 11-01-97
Marine Combat Infantry Training School U.S.M.C 09-01-97 : Fire & Science Technology, 2010Monterey Peninsula College － Monterey, CAGPA: GPA: 3.0Fire & Science Technology GPA: 3.0 67 Semester Hours
Louis F.Garland DOD Fire Academy , Goodfellow AFB TX; No Degree in DOD Fire & Emergency Services
Certification , 2004; out of Other GPA; Hours Louis F.Garland DOD Fire Academy 68 training days U.S.A.F 06-17-04 - 09-22-04 3E731N
NAMTRADET NAS Lemoore Corrosion Control Course U.S.N 10-14-02 - 10-16-02 14hrs 495A
High School Diploma : 1996West Roxbury High School － West Roxbury, 02119
CA State C.S.T.I Hazardous Materials Technician Lic#3542 CA State Driver Operator 1A and 1B Certification CA State Rescue Systems 1 DOD Fire & Emergency Services Certification Program DOD Firefighter Certification Airport Fire Fighter # 673712 DOD Firefighter Certification Fire Fighter II # 673713 DOD Driver/Operator Pumper # 886759 DOD Driver/Operator Aerial # 1534740 DOD Driver/Operator Mobile Water Supply # 886760 DOD Driver Operator ARFF # 891914 DOD Firefighter Certification Haz Mat Operations # 673714 DOD Firefighter Certification Haz Mat Tech # 889554
DOD Telecommunicator I/II # 1053480
DOD Inspector 1 Certification
DOD Instructor 1 Certification
U.S.A.F Reserves, 349 CES Air Mobility Command, 349 CES 171 Dixon Avenue , Bldg 881 Travis AFB CA
United States Marine Corps
Monterey Peninsula College
West Roxbury High School
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Personnel Administrative Logistics & Support Tech School U.S.M.C 11-01-97
Marine Combat Infantry Training School U.S.M.C 09-01-97 : Fire & Science Technology , 2010 High School Diploma : 1996 CA State C.S.T.I Hazardous Materials Technician Lic#3542 CA State Driver Operator 1A and 1B Certification CA State Rescue Systems 1 DOD Fire & Emergency Services Certification Program DOD Firefighter Certification Airport Fire Fighter # 673712 DOD Firefighter Certification Fire Fighter II # 673713 DOD Driver/Operator Pumper # 886759 DOD Driver/Operator Aerial # 1534740 DOD Driver/Operator Mobile Water Supply # 886760 DOD Driver Operator ARFF # 891914 DOD Firefighter Certification Haz Mat Operations # 673714 DOD Firefighter Certification Haz Mat Tech # 889554
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