To succeed in the Fire Service and make a career in Fire Management.
During the 2013 Fire season I worked on Apache Kid Wildland Fire Module as a squad boss leading a squad of 3 to 6 crewmembers depending on the task at hand. My duties included maintaining specialized tools and equipment for firefighting , as well as facilitating on the job training for crewmembers. I completed my ICT5 taskbook while out of region on fire assignment. While on assignment I took the role of ICT5(t) on three separate incidents of varying complexities. One of these initial attack responses was an incident within an incident which took a considerable amount of coordination and communication with the adjoining resources and team members. I successfully completed the Wildland Firefighter Apprenticeship Program.
Supervisor: Eric Bloom (505)-933-1013/ firstname.lastname@example.org Permission to contact granted
During the 2012 fire season I worked in the Albuquerque Interagency Dispatch Center as an Expanded Dispatch Recorder. During my time in dispatch I became proficient in the Wildcad and Resource Ordering and Statusing Systems. As my skills developed I proceeded to work in these systems independently and train others in the skills I learned. By the end of the 2012 season I was developed into a qualified EDRC. I also worked as Initial Attack Dispatcher(t) on over 50 separate emerging wildland fire incidents of varying complexities and size throughout the season.
Supervisor: James Anzalone (505)-401-1025/ email@example.comPermission to contact granted
Worked on the Mt. Taylor Hotshots as a crewmember for the 2011 fire season. During the season I gained extensive knowledge on fire behavior, effects, line construction, and line placement. I worked in the FFT1 trainee capacity eventually developing into a fully qualified FFT1 with the Mt. Taylor Hotshots. I actively engaged in numerous high and low complexity firing operations in multiple fuel types and trainee capacities. I was also put in charge of gathering weather intelligence and keeping crew apprised of any changes that may effect crew safety. Worked directly with air attack and rotar winged aircraft during bucket drop operations. I successfully completed the advanced academy for the Wildland Firefighter Apprenticeship Program.
Supervisor: Brad Tausan (505)362-3613 / firstname.lastname@example.org Permission to contact granted
Worked as a crewmember on a type 6 engine during which time I deployed hoselays in support of firing operations, as well as mop up operations. I participated in hazard tree reduction projects, timber stand improvement projects (thinning), and prescribed burn implementation.
I constructed fireline and participated in firing operations for both prescribed and wildland fires utilizing specialized tools and ignition equipment. Actively participated in prevention and education programs such as school presentations, and public events representing the Forest Service. I also worked as part of a 10 person Initial Attack Module on multiple prescribed fires and wildfires on and off district. While with the Module I assisted with holding operations, felling operations, and line operations in both the crewmember role and FFT1(t) capacity.
Supervisor: Ricky Rios (575) 642-2663 / Ricky_Rios@fws.gov Permission to contact granted
Workedas a crewmember of a type 6 engine in fire suppression efforts utilizing hoselines, fittings, and handtools to control and extinguish spreading prescribed and wildfires. Moved dirt, cut brush, fell trees using chainsaws and hand tools to build fireline for both wildland and prescribed fires. Gathered fuel samples from project sites, compiled data and learned how these all relate to the burn plan and prescription for prescribed fires. Worked on a 10 person initial attack module on and off District in multiple fuel types and incident complexities both prescribed and wildland fires.
Supervisor: Rick Lucero (575) 517-0950 / email@example.com
Permission to contact granted
Worked as a crewmember on a type 6 engine in fire suppression utilizing hoselines, handtools, and chainsaws for suppression efforts. Actively enagaged in wildland fire operations including several initial and extended attacks on and off district during which time I constructed fireline with handtools and chainsaws. I engaged in firing operations using specialized ignition equipment. Completed work on timber stand improvement projects (thinning/mechanical treatment).
Supervisor: Rick Lucero (575)517-0950 / firstname.lastname@example.org
Maintained campgrounds as well as around the office facilities. Worked in fire prevention (posted signs); and enforced fire restrictions. Patrolled forest for the detection of fires. Maintained trails around the distrtict. Maintained tools and equipment.
Supervisor: Bobby Mexicano (575)-854-2281
Anticipated completion 2015
Southwest Engine Academy
S-130 Firefighter Training
S-131 Fire Fighter Type 1
S-132 Standards for Survival
S-133 Look Up, Look Down, Look Around
S-190 Intro to Wildland Fire Behavior
S-290 Intermediate Fire Behavior
S-211 Portable Pumps and Water Use
S-212 Wildland Fire Chainsaws
S-215 Wildland Urban Interface
S-230 Crew Boss
S-231 Engine Boss
S-234 Ignition Operations
S-260 Interagency Incident Business Management
S-270 Basic Air Operations
S-271 Helicopter Crewmember
L-180 Human Factors on Fireline
L-280 Followership to Leadership
L-380 Firleine Leadership
D-110 Expanded Dispatch Recorder
I-100 Intro to ICS
I-200 Basic ICS
IS-700 NIMS: An Introduction
Certified Emergency Vehicle Operator
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