Successful Planner with strong background in structural fire leadership, forestry vegetation/hazard fuels reduction project leader, and coordinator/project lead for department facilities projects. Compiles, analyzes and models information from diverse sources to build data-driven resource base for effective planning. Well-versed in computer software trends and needs. Tech-savvy and accurate hazardous fuels data bringing years of experience in land management and uses settings. Manage diverse projects, studies and inquiries independently to maximize team efficiency. Conscientious and detail-oriented about closely following relevant standards and statutes. Enthusiastic individual with superior skills in working in both team-based and independent capacities. Bringing strong work ethic and excellent organizational skills to any setting. Excited to begin new challenge with successful team.
A summary of the job descriptions involved with this position are in many parts but mainly involve the planning and monitoring of fuels treatments on the tribal lands. Duties also include:
The technician is tasked work orders for rental properties owned by different property holders. Work orders include repairing and troubleshooting equipment, systems and all other household systems inside and out. From HVAC to lawn sprinklers, all preventative maintenance and repairs are completed or assigned to a licensed technician. Utilized drawings, blueprints and schematics of building and systems layout as well as machinery construction. The following are some of the duties performed, but not limited to:
The job description entailed many tasks for the fire and medical
personnel of the fire department. Weekly training for each shift of the
career staff, once a week training for the volunteer and students, and
training for the administrative staff. The fields of training for the
emergency responders included:
Duties include creating and evaluating the training needs for the fire district career and volunteer personnel. These tasks included developing training plans for each individual, as well as plan the quarterly training schedule. The schedule was created by evaluating the community risks and needs that deal with public safety. Other tasks included fire & life safety education to the public, and responding to all emergencies in officer and command supervisory positions.
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