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

Overall I would like to provide a safe and professional work environment while obtaining knowledge and applying skills I have learned to the job at hand and most importantly do my job safely and keep my crewmembers safety number one as well

  • Fire containment
  • Fire suppression tools operations
  • Safety
  • Cooperative relationships
  • Brush removal
  • Equipment maintenance
Work History
08/2018 to Current Firefighter City Of De Pere | De Pere, WI,
  • Inspected apparatus, equipment, grounds and stations for proper order and condition on a frequent basis
  • Filled firetrucks with water, sandbags and gas to maintain proper supply of materials in trucks
  • Notified fire dispatchers to detail any difficulties encountered, request additional firefighters and obtain emergency supplies
  • Supervised cleaning and maintenance of buildings, rooms, and equipment
  • Conducted thorough tests and inspections of gear, equipment and tools to stay ready for every type of fire
  • Provided station tours, pre-incident surveys and provided fire education to public
  • Hours worked

August of 2018 to January of 2020

20 hours a week

12/2017 to 08/2019 Wildland Firefighter Viejas Enterprises | Alpine, CA,
  • Established water supplies, connected hoses, and directed water onto fires
  • Patrolled burnt areas after fires to locate and eliminate hot spots that could flare or rekindle
  • Constructed fire line using various tools such as pulaskis
  • Worked on an engine doing initial attack assignments
  • Cut and cleared brush, as well as dug trenches to create fire lines using axes, chainsaws or shovels
  • Helped with Prescribed burns
  • Have led AARs
  • Cleared brush from areas where trees were being prepared for removal

Hours Worked 40 hours a week from 5-1-18 / 9-1-18

Hours worked 40 hours a week from 5-1-19 / 10-1-19

05/2020 to 10/2020 Forestry Technician (Fire) GS-04 U.S. Forest Service - Mt Hood National Forest | City, STATE,
  • Maintained excellent attendance record, consistently arriving to work on time.
  • Patrolled camp grounds and dispersed sites looking for fires and or unattended campfires
  • Responded to smoke reports and fires throughout are district
  • Attended trainings such as S-219 firing boss, compass and map reading, radio operations, medical training, and hose lay training
  • Did such jobs as constructing handline, mop up, mowed lawns, washed hose, and sharpened tools
  • Brushed out roads swamped for sawyers
  • Inspected emergency equipment on trucks to make sure it was In working order
  • Hours worked- 40 hours a week from May to October 2020 some weeks differed depending on fire activity and what the district office wanted
  • Conducted firing operations on incidents
  • Put in hose lays
  • Defensive firing operations around structures
  • Closely monitored campers and campgrounds for behavioral and safety issues, initiating prompt and professional response to problem situations.
04/2021 to 09/2021 Forestry Technician (Fire) GS-04 Bureau Of Land Management | City, STATE,
  • Maintained excellent attendance record, consistently arriving to work on time.
  • Completed paperwork, recognizing discrepancies and promptly addressing for resolution.
  • Conducted daily engine checks
  • Efficient in completing crew CTRS on time
  • Established water supplies, connected hoses, and directed water onto fires.
  • Initiated first aid measures to alleviate further injury and prepared victims for transport to medical facilities.
  • Operated pumping engine to direct water pressure in hose and nozzle for most efficient operation.
  • Assisted with safety audits and tracking of chemical and waste inventories.
  • Oversaw equipment and vehicle upkeep to maintain emergency readiness.
  • Have experience working as a pumping platform
  • Maintained tools such as pulaskis, Rhinos, and McLouds
  • Did station tasks such as sweeping floors taking out trash and general upkeep
  • Served on an engine crew that uses equipment associated with wildland fire engines, including pumps and hoses as well as traditional wildland equipment
  • Responded to multiple IA fires around the district
  • Supported large fires
  • Helped with prescribed fire operations at the beginning of the fire season
  • Completed ROVA training
  • Patrolled the district when assigned
  • Hours worked 40 hours a week April 25th 2021 to September 25th 2021
Expected in 12/2019 | Completed EMT Course ( Not NREMT Certified) Technical College of The Rockies , Delta, CO, GPA:
Expected in 05/2019 High School Diploma | Ouray Senior High School, Ouray, CO GPA:

Received a community hero award from the City of Ouray for my actions on the night of April 22 2018

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  • Technical College of The Rockies
  • Ouray Senior High School

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