Jessica Claire
  • Montgomery Street, San Francisco, CA 94105 609 Johnson Ave., 49204, Tulsa, OK
  • H: (555) 432-1000
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-Full time Squad Leader on a Type 1 Hotshot crew for over 2 years with extensive operational experience, communication skills, administrative experience, and excellent leadership skills.

-Crew member on a Type 1 Hotshot crew for over 4 years. Attained a high level of chainsaw skills. Maintained and further developed a high level of fire behavior knowledge.

-Crew member on a Helitack crew. Provided with a broad knowledge of air operations both rotor and fixed wing. Rappel certified in initial attack.

-Served as an engine crew member with training such as SCBA's, vehicle accidents, medical aids, and pump operations.

-Hardworking and responsible; capable of independent tasks or team projects; flexible in job assignments, multi-tasking, attention to details.

-Works well with others.

  • Crew Boss
  • C-Feller
  • RXB3
  • Helicopter crew member
  • Incident Commander Type 4(T)
  • Strike Team Leader (T)
Hotshot Squad Leader, 2011 - Current
US Forest Service City, STATE,

-Lead a 6-10 man crew of highly trained and effective firefighters in wildland fire suppression and wildland urban interface incidents.

-Anticipates fire behavior, determines strategy and tactics, directs on-line activities, and takes action to accomplish incident objectives.

-Directs and coordinates all types of related aircraft, fireline personnel and equipment.

-Locates line, directs and participates in line construction, backfire and burnout, hazard tree falling, saw lines, pump and hose lays, patrol, mop-up operations, etc.

Forestry Tech. Hotshot, 04/2007 - 11/2010
US Forest Service City, STATE,

-Working knowledge of fire behavior, hazards, and accepted safety practices and procedures (10 & 18's, etc).

-Skilled in both initial and extended attack

-Performed as lead saw

-Knowledge of holding and firing operations on small and large scale burnouts.

-Skilled at training new employees on proper working methods and procedures.

Forestry Tech. Helitack Crew Member, 06/2005 - 03/2007
US Forest Service City, STATE,

-Worked with aerial support, including calling tanker drops, working within helicopter capabilities and limitations, load balance and capacity, load calculating and manifesting.

-Assisted in helibase support duties.

-Skilled in the use of rappelling operations, equipment, and tools.

-Conducted daily inspections of helicopter equipment.

Forestry Tech. Engine, 04/2003 - 05/2005
US Forest Service City, STATE,

-Successfully performed during all complexities of wildland fire suppression efforts, project work,and day to day activities on a Type 3 engine.

-Responded to wildland fires, structure fires, vehicle fires, vehicle accidents, and medical aids.

-Trained in SCBA's.

-Knowledge of multiple pump operations and hoselay operations.

-Performed structure protection.

: , Expected in 2001
Rim of the World High School - Lake Arrowhead, CA

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