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Jessica
Claire
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Professional Summary

Looking to utilize the skills acquired over the past 10+ years being part of a dynamic team in the Military, to secure a career as a wildland firefighter. Veteran of British and US Army bringing 11 years of leadership and teamwork to the Wildland Firefighting role.

Outstanding communicator with background driving progress toward goals and empowering team members to excel.

Trained and supervised and mentored teams under high-stress conditions.

Skills
  • I have acquired skills to work well within team environments.
  • Lead personnel effectively in stressful situations.
  • I am trained and certified to operate chainsaws, woodchippers and a variety of hand tools necessary to operate in the field.
  • I am certified in safety practices and have extensive field training in first aid, including managing an
  • Emergency, resuscitation, control of bleeding, recognition and treatment of shock, managing the unconscious casualty, and care and use of first aid equipment.
  • I have honed my communication skills during my training and have first-hand experience as a Fire Team Specialist, demonstrating these skills with professionalism and accuracy even in extremely stressful situations.
  • Acquired knowledge of wildland fire behavior from completing Introductory and Intermediate
  • Wildland fire behavior, S-190 and S-130. I have acquired further knowledge of fire behavior, Wildland
  • Firefighting skills and use of equipment while attending Fire 249, Wildland firefighting course through
  • Everett Community College completed May 17th 2020.
Education
Everett Community College Everett, WA Expected in 04/2020 Wildland Firefighting. Four day intensive professional certification course : - GPA :

Spring quarter 2020, Fire 249 Course (Field and classroom work)



Plymouth College Plymouth, UK- England, Expected in 06/2003 Services Diploma : Public Services - GPA :

Outdoor education studies and expedition skills Leadership and Teamwork skill building Physical Fitness for Uniformed Services

Polesworth High School Polesworth, Warwickshire, UK- England, Expected in 06/2002 : - GPA :
NWCG S-190 Introduction To Wildland Fire Behavior , Expected in : - GPA :
NWCG S-130 Firefighter Training , Expected in : - GPA :
Wildland Firefighter S-130 Field Day , Expected in : - GPA :
NWCG L-180 Human Factors in The Wildland Fire , Expected in : - GPA :
S-290 Intermediate Wildland Fire Behavior , Expected in : - GPA :
IS100 (FEMA) , Expected in : - GPA :
IS700 (FEMA) , Expected in : - GPA :
S-211 Portable Pumps And Water Use , Expected in : - GPA :
S-212 Wildland Fire Chainsaws , Expected in : - GPA :
CPR, AED And Basic First Aid (G2015)-DC , Expected in : - GPA :
British Armed Forces Firearms Training , Expected in : - GPA :
US Military Firearms Training , Expected in : - GPA :
Level 2 Power Boat Operations , Expected in : - GPA :
LANTRA Landscape Maintenance , Expected in : - GPA :
LANTRA Chainsaw-Maintenance And Cross Cutting , Expected in : - GPA :
Basic Carpentry Certification , Expected in : - GPA :
Mountain Bike Leadership Course- Wales UK , Expected in : - GPA :
Work History
US Forest Service - Forestry Technician- Wildland Fire Handcrew (GS 3)
City, STATE, 05/2021 - 10/2021
  • May 24th 2021 - October 30th 2021
  • Provide support to OWF prescribe fire objectives within all the Cle Elum Ranger District and with neighboring districts.
  • Sustain our National Forests and Grasslands working environment.
  • Patrolled burnt areas after fires to locate and eliminate hot spots that could flare or rekindle.
  • Cut and cleared brush and dug trenches to create fire lines using axes, chainsaws or shovels.
  • Established water supplies, connected hoses, and directed water onto fires.
  • Oversaw equipment and vehicle upkeep to maintain emergency readiness.
  • Stabilized and lifted patients with backboard and cot.
  • Worked within tight knit crews alongside other Wildfire crews to deploy to Wildfires.
  • Acted quickly to contain hazardous chemicals likely to catch fire, leak or spill.
US Army - Infantryman (11B)
City, STATE, 08/2015 - 12/2018
  • August 24th 2015 - December 13th 2018
  • 72-84 Hours average per week (not including field time)
  • Led fire team during infantry dismounted battle drills and situational training exercises.
  • Constructed and camouflaged infantry positions and equipment to prevent detection.
  • Responded to emergencies with speed, efficiency and knowledgeable assistance.
  • Directed logistical training procedures in accordance with military regulations.
  • Taught personnel to mitigate environmental hazards and properly use personal protective equipment such as chem gear for battle scenarios.
  • Instructed personnel in de-escalation and conflict resolution techniques for use in foreign national negotiations and cooperative actions.
  • Led fire teams during battle drills and training exercises.
  • Performed as fire team member during situational training exercises and infantry dismounted battle drills.
British Army, Royal Artillery - Fire Support Specialist
City, STATE, 04/2008 - 01/2014
  • April 7th 2008 - January 9th 2014
  • 72-84 Hours average per week (not including field time)
  • Part of a fire support team, working within close-knit groups providing support on the ground utilizing multiple forms specialized equipment. Working under stressful conditions, adapting to challenging situations as they arise.
  • Directed and implemented cannon, missile, rocket and target acquisition operations, training programs and communication activities.
  • Advised fire support sergeants of fire planning and coordination techniques and drafted fire support plans for tactical operations.
  • Completed inspections and any basic repair need to uphold strict performance standards.
  • Assisted with real-time intelligence collection by conducting field reconnaissance operations.
  • Operated in reduced visibility environments using infrared and starlight-enhancing night vision devices and targeting.
  • Maintained fire capability charts and friendly and enemy situation maps
  • Assisted with real-time intelligence collection by conducting field reconnaissance operations.
  • Participated in continuous improvement by generating suggestions, engaging in problem-solving activities to support teamwork and close knit units.

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School Attended

  • Everett Community College
  • Plymouth College
  • Polesworth High School
  • NWCG S-190 Introduction To Wildland Fire Behavior
  • NWCG S-130 Firefighter Training
  • Wildland Firefighter S-130 Field Day
  • NWCG L-180 Human Factors in The Wildland Fire
  • S-290 Intermediate Wildland Fire Behavior
  • IS100 (FEMA)
  • IS700 (FEMA)
  • S-211 Portable Pumps And Water Use
  • S-212 Wildland Fire Chainsaws
  • CPR, AED And Basic First Aid (G2015)-DC
  • British Armed Forces Firearms Training
  • US Military Firearms Training
  • Level 2 Power Boat Operations
  • LANTRA Landscape Maintenance
  • LANTRA Chainsaw-Maintenance And Cross Cutting
  • Basic Carpentry Certification
  • Mountain Bike Leadership Course- Wales UK

Job Titles Held:

  • Forestry Technician- Wildland Fire Handcrew (GS 3)
  • Infantryman (11B)
  • Fire Support Specialist

Degrees

  • Wildland Firefighting. Four day intensive professional certification course
  • Services Diploma

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