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Jessica Claire
Montgomery Street, San Francisco, CA 94105 609 Johnson Ave., 49204, Tulsa, OK
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Professional Summary

Objective: To transition to the Safety career field and utilize relevant experience gained in Firefighting career. Military Firefighter 1990-98 (Rank E-4) with honorable discharge. Deployed to South Korea and Kuwait. Experienced as a Military Firefighter and Lead Firefighter, as part of USAF airbase fire protection unit. From 1999 to present, civilian firefighter at Buckley Air Force Base Fire Department. Currently Lead firefighter and Program manager for Driver training and Flight-line Driving Certification. Safety-focused professional firefighter who is intentional and methodical about evaluating and optimizing worker conditioning and training. Highly trained to operate in IDLH and work within OHSA 1910,1926 standards providing for Safety of myself and personnel on any emergency scene and daily work location. Results-focused leader as a Lieutenant in charge of fire crews. Successfully promote safety programs ensure safety standards and mentor individuals on practices to avoid mishaps, injuries and accidents. As long term NFPA 1500 occupational health and safety committee member review Safety standards, plan implementation of new program features and\par steer department ever forward to better safety culture.

Achievments
  • Achieved Mission enhancement for HAZMAT response through dedicated repair and maintenances of all detectors utilized by Buckley AFB
  • Instructed 240th reserve emergency management HAZMAT tech refresher course
  • Assigned ae Fire Department member to confined space survey project supervising Air quality locating mapping of all confined spaces on the instaltion
  • Managed and directed Fire department Drivers training program trained and oversee licensing and certification of all First responder personnel on six new vehicles to the Air Force inventory
  • Managed the Flight-line driving licensing and certification program by partnering with Airfield management and Base transportation staff to effectively train to Air Force standards. Maintained training records for driver license information for entire department
Skills
  • Emergency response Hazard Risk Management strategies
  • Maintenance, testing and trouble shooting Hazardous Materials detectors.
  • Protective Equipment Knowledge in IDLH environments
  • Safety and Fire inspections Evaluations experience
  • Career long Knowledge and practice in operating with OSHA Standards and Codes
  • Critical Thinking
  • Hazardous Material technician
  • OSHA 10 and 30 Certified
  • Colorado EMT
  • Air Force rescue with high and low angle trained
  • Program manager for Drivers training and certification
  • Fire department lead for base safety confined space survey team
Work History
11/2019 to Current
Lead Firefighter HAZMAT Technician and EMT Buckley AFB, Fire And Emergency Services City, STATE,
  • As certified Colorado EMT-B led crews and preformed emergency rescue and used emergency medical treatments techniques to control and alleviate further injuries averaging over 50 Medical calls yearly
  • Lead major apparatus crew such as pumper, ladder, tender and ARFF in training and professional development on specific firefighter job tasks and skill-based procedures and roll-based fire ground operations to included Hazmat, wildland, structural, industrial, and medical operations in accordance with Air Force regulations, operational guidelines and protocols
  • Directed assigned crew in performance of crash/rescue and firefighting duties at Buckley Air Force base handling complex aircraft incidents and preformed structural firefighting duties for variety of facilities that include national defense and aircraft operations and large industrial complexes
  • Highly skilled at detecting and recognizing fire and safety hazards (potential and immediate) conducting building inspections, emergency responses and training exercises submitting emergency response reports in national data base, conducting after action briefings, Job Hazard Analyses, fix immediate and potential Safety violations
  • Assigned additional Drivers training Program Manager responsible for all personnel From fire chief to newest Firefighters. Responsible for Tracking All documentation and producing monthly reports of New hire status licensing, Drivers training and Flight line driving certification.
  • Evaluated emergency sites with critical thinking to determine Safety issues and dangerous conditions and execute most effective methods for saving life and conserving property.
  • HAZMAT technician and HAZMAT Safety officer provided leadership and directed actions of assigned personnel under emergency conditions on utilizing HAZMAT responses procedures, Determining proper decontamination procedures, selecting proper PPE and detection and identification equipment to mitigate emergencies
  • Educated fire and base responder community members on HAZMAT operations By teaching HAZMAT awareness and HAZMAT operations classes in accordance with NFPA and IFSAC incorporating life safety property and environmental protection.
05/1999 to 10/2019
Firefighter Driver Operator Buckley AFB, Fire And Emergency Services, Firefighter Hazmat Tech/EMT, Air Force Base City, STATE,
  • Ability to maintain good working relations and communicate orally and in writing and lift and carry heavy loads in excess of 100 lbs, proficient microsoft office suite
  • Follow and comply with health, safety and environmental rules and procedures and perform Job analysis of work and training tasks in manner that enhances safety of crews and demonstrates prophecy and prevents injuries in work environment
  • Assigned to Electronic Records Management program for six years and prepare and manage Computer records file plan and monthly reports for Assigned additional duties
  • Assigned to Hazmat program for approximately ten years responsible for Testing 45 Level "A" Fully encapsulated suits and testing and maintaining detection equipment
  • Currently assigned to airfield program as manager and driver’s trainer completed and certified at least 25 members of department
  • Assigned to structural program for about four years in pre-fire plans division developing digital pre fire plans and converting from paper based to electronic utilizing CAD program and Air Force GIS Mapping program
  • Routinely teach classes as fire instructor on many subjects ongoing monthly basis such as, basic building construction, occupancy, and design, aircraft familiarization and Emergency egress, aircraft hazards and safety with AFI's and ordinance safety OSHA 1910 and 1926
  • Utilized all applicable safety standards, regulations and/or technical orders Such as OSHA 1910 and 1926 in fire ground, rescue and medical response aspects of training and day to day operation for my position… Additionally, conducting training in fire prevention installed detection and extinguishing systems, assist developing exhibits for fire protection accreditation.
01/1990 to 01/1998
Military Firefighter United States Air Force City, STATE,
  • Active duty, Fire protection from
  • Deployed To South Korea and AL Jabber Kuwait
  • Honorable Discharge.
Education
Expected in 1985 to to
High School Diploma:
Wenatchee High School - Wenatchee, WA
GPA:
Expected in 05/1987 to to
Associate of Science: Science
Wenatchee Valley College - Wenatchee, WA
GPA:
Expected in 2012 to to
DOD Firefighter Certificates: Firefighter I, Firefighter II, Pumper Driver Operator, DriverOperator MWS, ARFF Driver Operator, ARFF Firefighter.HAZMAT Awareness, HAZMAT Operations, HAZMAT Technician, HAZMAT Incident Commander, HAZMATSafety OfficerFire Inspector I, Fire Inspector II, Public Telacommunicator I, Public Tele Communicator II, Fire Instructor I, FireOfficer I, Fire Officer II.EMT//Colorado, AED Trained And Certified, CPR/current Sense 1999:
DOD Fire Accademy - San Angelo, TX,
GPA:
  • Relevant Coursework: RAE Systems, Multi RAE Pro operations course, instructed South metro Fire
  • Relevant Coursework: HAZMAT detector operations course, instructed Signet North American.
  • Relevant Coursework: FEMA command and control of incident operations
  • Relevant Coursework: Homeland security, WMD RAD/Nuclear responder operations
  • OSHA 10 and 30 industrial
  • Air Force rope rescue corse high and low angle

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School Attended

  • Wenatchee High School
  • Wenatchee Valley College
  • DOD Fire Accademy

Job Titles Held:

  • Lead Firefighter HAZMAT Technician and EMT
  • Firefighter Driver Operator
  • Military Firefighter

Degrees

  • High School Diploma
  • Associate of Science
  • DOD Firefighter Certificates: Firefighter I, Firefighter II, Pumper Driver Operator, DriverOperator MWS, ARFF Driver Operator, ARFF Firefighter.HAZMAT Awareness, HAZMAT Operations, HAZMAT Technician, HAZMAT Incident Commander, HAZMATSafety OfficerFire Inspector I, Fire Inspector II, Public Telacommunicator I, Public Tele Communicator II, Fire Instructor I, FireOfficer I, Fire Officer II.EMT//Colorado, AED Trained And Certified, CPR/current Sense 1999

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