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Jessica Claire
Montgomery Street, San Francisco, CA 94105
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Professional Summary

Personable individual with strong organization skills, ability to multitask and build relationships. Adept at prioritizing conflicting business or customer needs. Successful in working within collaborative environments. Reliable Firefighter touting over 15 years responding to all types of emergency calls. Knowledgeable resource for promoting fire safety via talks and advice. Promoting exemplary skills in performing practice drills, inspecting fire equipment and mentoring others.

Skills
  • Driving
  • GPS
  • Hand tools
  • Inventory
  • Organizing
  • Programming
  • Radio
  • Read
  • Safety
  • Spanish
  • Troubleshooting
  • Fire suppression tools operations
  • Firefighting activities
  • Emergency Response
  • CPR and first aid
  • Fire safety regulations knowledge
  • Fire Safety
Work History
06/2013 to Current
Senior Firefighter/ Squad Boss Department Of The Interior West Glacier, MT,
  • Supervised, trained and led 5 or more firefighters on prescribed fires or wildfires considerable judgment in deciding best way to extinguish based on type of fuels and environment.
  • Explained fire behavior characteristics, safety regulations, and work procedures.
  • Prepares the crew to perform a wide variety of interrelated tasks, applying specific rules, regulations, and procedures.
  • Trained, supervised, and demonstrated effective use of GPS to fire fighters including: (track logs, waypoints, acreage), and mobile and portable radios (programming, troubleshooting, cloning).
  • Operated, supervised and led prescribed fire operations drip torches and fusees using.
  • Determined location size and implemented fire hand line construction during wildland fire and prescribe fires operations.
  • Operated, trained and demonstrated chainsaw operations such as tree felling, bucking, liming, brushing, thinning for prescribed fires or wildfires.
  • Extensive mop-up experience including: dry mopping, bladder bag/back pump use, bone-pilling, working with buckets drops, and digging out stump holes.
  • Updated, managed, and distributed fire weather observations on prescribe fires or wildfires.
  • Participated in firing operations, including: participating in burnouts, prepping for burn operations, using drip- torches, fusees, and other ignition devices, adjusting burn patterns and fire intensity, holding, and prescribed burning.
  • Toughed, performed, and demonstrated proper maintenance on fire hands tools and chainsaws.
  • Give thorough fire-line, safety, and station briefings and facilitated AAR's.
  • Encourage questions and incorporate feedback into operations and tactics.
  • Operated a variety of motor vehicles to transport equipment, supplies, crew members, etc.
  • Responsible for the supply cache, including: maintaining inventory, cleaning and organizing the cache, restocking supply parts in the cache and on the vehicles, and notifying supervisor for parts replacement.
  • Completed fire readiness activities, including cleaning and reconditioning tools, cleaning the vehicles, organizing compartments, and ensuring that supplies were restocked.
  • Responsible for maintaining water supply during fire assignments.
  • Managed, instructed and organized daily chores at fire camps and station.
  • Operated and assisted in driving crew vehicles.
  • Assisted, participated and responded to search and rescue inside Sequoia National Park.
  • Actively participated in crew training activities, including physical training, proficiency drills, and classroom training.
  • Oversaw equipment and vehicle upkeep to maintain emergency readiness.
  • Notified fire dispatchers to detail any difficulties encountered, request additional firefighters and obtain emergency supplies.
05/2008 to 11/2009
Forestry Technician Department Of The Interior Asheville, NC,
  • (FFT-1) Firefighter Type 1.
  • (FEMO) Fire Effects Monitor trainee.
  • Successfully performed as a senior firefighter on a Fire Use Module Crew-20.
  • Supervised and trained and led 5 or more firefighters on wildland fires and prescribe fires operations.
  • Responded to initial attack and extended wildland fires, wildland-urban interface, and wilderness fires.
  • Completed fire line construction activities, including digging hand line to specifications, working with different hand tools and maintaining tool order.
  • Activities included digging cup trenches, underslung line, direct and indirect line construction.
  • Managed, demonstrated proper tool sharpening techniques on fire hand tools.
  • Taught, trained and preformed radio cloning for seasonal fire fighters.
  • Collected, recorded, and evaluated fire weather observations on fire use fires, including: smoke column observation, fire behavior observation, spot weather forecast request, fuel moisture sampling sheet and photograph log sheet.
  • Determined location size and implemented fire hand line construction during wildland fires and prescribe fires operations.
  • Taught, preformed and demonstrated proper maintenance on fire hand tools and chainsaws.
  • Responsible for completing the daily and monthly preventative maintenance checks on the crew vehicles: including documenting checks and logbook.
  • Managed, instructed and organized daily chores at fire camps and around station.
  • Participated and trained in routine physical training program.
  • Maintained energy and enthusiasm in fast-paced environment.
04/2002 to 11/2007
Forestry Technician United States Forest Service City, STATE,
  • Qualified (FFT-1) Firefighter Type 1.
  • Qualified (FAL2) Basic Faller.
  • Successfully performed as a lead wildland firefighter on the Breckenridge Hotshots.
  • Responded to initial and extended attack wildland fires, wildland-urban interface, and wilderness fires.
  • Demonstrated ability to work under unusual, hazardous, and extreme conditions, as well as long hours, in variable terrain.
  • Skillfully completed suppression actions in a variety of regions throughout the country, fuel type (such as grass, brush, and timber), terrain features (including mountainous landscapes), and weather conditions (such as windy, hot, and dry).
  • Demonstrated proficiency with tools and equipment, including: Pulaski, shovels, McLeods, combi-tools, rhinos, chainsaws, portable pumps, firing devices, and water handling equipment.
  • Completed fire line construction activities, including digging hand line to specifications, working with different hand tools, maintaining tool order.
  • Activities included digging cup trenches, underslung line, direct and indirect line construction.
  • Participated in firing operations, including: participating in burnouts, prepping for burn operations, using drip torches, fusees, flare gun, and other ignition devices, adjusting burn patterns and fire intensity, holding and prescribed burning.
  • Extensive mop-up experience, including: dry mopping, bladder bag/backpack pump use, hose lay and water use, bone pilling, working with bucket drops, and digging stump holes.
  • Updated, managed, and distributed fire weather observations on wildland fires.
  • Responsible for completing the daily and monthly preventative maintenance checks on the crew vehicles, including documenting checks in the logbook.
  • Responsible for obtaining water, and lunches for the module on fire assignments.
  • Actively participated in crew training activities, including physical training, proficiency drills, and classroom training.
  • Responsible for updating the AAR logbook.
  • Managed, instructed and organized daily chores at station.
  • Carried out day-day-day duties accurately and efficiently.
Education
Expected in 1 /2015
Medted Porterville, CA United States Technical or Occupational Certificate:
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GPA:
Expected in 6 /2000
Relevant Coursework, Licenses and Certifications: S-290 Course, M-410 Facilitative Instructor:
Porterville High School - Porterville, CA
GPA:
Additional Information
  • (FFT1) Fire Fighter Type 1 Completed on 02-01-2006
  • (FEMO) Fire Effects Monitor Completed on 05-14-2015
  • (FAL2) Intermediate Faller - Completed on 09-17-2016
  • (ICT5) Incident Commander Type 5 - Completed 10-15- 2018
  • (HECM) Helicopter Crew member - Initiated on 05-25-2018
  • (CRWB) Crew Boss, Single resource - Initiated on 11-22- 2019
  • M-410 Facilitative Instructor
  • S-230 Crew Boss (Single Resource) Certificate
  • S-231 Engine Boss- Certificate
  • GSA SmartPay Travel Card Training Certificate NWCG S-260 (V6) Interagency Incident Business Management Certificate

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School Attended

  • Porterville High School

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  • Senior Firefighter/ Squad Boss
  • Forestry Technician
  • Forestry Technician

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  • Medted Porterville, CA United States Technical or Occupational Certificate
  • Relevant Coursework, Licenses and Certifications: S-290 Course, M-410 Facilitative Instructor

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