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Committed and motivated individual with strong work ethic, professional demeanor and great initiative. Thrives in a fast-paced and team work. Brings strong presentation, analytical and problem solving skills to team members.
  • CPR Certified  
  • Good communication skills
  • Exceptional attention to detail
  • Power and hand tool operation
  • Able to lift over 100 pounds
  • Decisive problem solver
  • skilled multi-tasker
  • flexible & adapts quickly to change
  • Clean and professional

Fire FIghter Sep 2016 to Current
Volenteer Fire Department Massapequa, NY
  • responds to fire calls
  • extinguish and put out fires
  • attends trainings

Studio Artist Nov 2012 to Current
Madame Tussauds Manhattan, NY
  • figure instillation  
  • Figure maintenance & restoration
  • Media launches
  • Handle petty cash
  • schedule Shipments
  • Training new employees
  • work over nights
Color Consultant Apr 2011 to Oct 2015
Sephora Garden City, NY
  • Appointment scheduling
  • product consulting/ customer service
  • cashier
  • Trained new employees
  • Daily Make-up application

Associate of Arts, Special Effects Makeup 2010 Douglas Eduction Center Monessen, PA, USA
  • Associates Business Degree
  • Spotlight Achievement Award, top five students

High School Diploma 2009 Massapequa High school Massapequa, NY, USA
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Professional Summary
Experienced Professional Firefighter with 8 years of extensive expertise in fire-line operations and tactics complemented with basic emergency medicine knowledge. Efficient customer service specialist eager to attain high levels of customer satisfaction and long lasting professional relationships.
  • Team Leadership
  • Firefighting operations and tactics
  • Emergency medicine knowledge
  • Operating and troubleshooting small engines
  • Use of a variety of power/hand tools
  • Basic aviation familiarity and knowledge
  • Basic computer programs and applications
  • Radio communications
  • Customer service
  • Public relations
Work History
04/2015 to 10/2017
Fire Fighter USFS/USDA Carson City, Nevada
  • Completed morning preventative maintenance checks (Crew Hauls, Type 7 chase vehicle, Superintendent vehicle).
  • Participated in morning meetings and discussions ( Daily activities, reading of weather observations/”6 Minutes for Safety”, After Action Reviews/Crew questions and concerns).
  • Performed daily exercise regimen (1 hour -1 ½ hours of exercise including, jogging, hiking, push-ups, pull-ups, sit-ups, etc).
  • Performed and completed various Home Unit tasks and operations including but not limited to: organization, inspection, replenishing of Crew Haul tool compartment (fix/sharpen new and damaged tools, organize crew member tools into correct storage locations, re-supply compartment with sharpening tools and tool guard safety materials); clean and perform minor repair to project work chainsaws; fabricate and assemble hand tools( Pulaskis and Combination tools); yard work and landscaping ( pull weeds, pick up garbage, water plants, mow lawns, rake leaves, etc).
  • Completed yearly refresher computer coursework as well as new class coursework. 
  • Participated in several extracurricular building projects including: (sitting benches, sit-up bench, air vent slats for swamp cooler, retaining block stairs, brick pathways).
  • Indirect/direct handline construction using Combination tools, Pulaskis and monkey paws.
  • Interim member of a saw team(cut fire swath, fall hazard trees and snags) holding/firing operations (using driptorches, fuzees, grenades, and very pistols); prepping/brushing dozerline and roads; laying/plumbing hose line; mop up; gridding; cold trailing; programming/cloning radios.
  • Documented and reported weather readings using a belt weather kit; assembled and managed short squads for basic fireline operations; scout/lookout responsibilities and tasks; communicated and coordinated with adjoining forces ( helicopters, crews, engines, and fire-line overhead personnel).
  • On several occasions assumed the role of interim Senior FireFighter and successfully completed tasks and responsibilities necessary of the position including but not limited to; leading short squads of crew-members to carry out special fire-line operations; special observe and report scouting missions; lookout and main contact point for all fire personnel on large/small wild land fires.
  • Managed helispots; called in, received, and loaded helicopter cargo loads containing, (FireFighter accommodations, fuel, water pumps and plumbing materials, "Klump Pumps", backhaul, etc.).
  • Called in water drops from various types and sizes of helicopters for fire suppression needs.
  • Communicated and worked along side adjoining forces during regular and special fire-line operations; etc.
05/2012 to 11/2014
Fire Fighter USFS/USDA Quincy, California
  •  Participated in reading of Situation Report, local weather, and 6 minutes for safety; morning chores (dispose of garbage, sweep station floors, clean station bathrooms.
  • Participated in daily physical training (45 minute hike, push ups, pull ups, sit ups, bar dips).
  • Performed daily project work consisting of fuels reduction (felling, bucking, limbing, stacking hand piles), prescribed burn handline construction, burned several acres of logging/hand piles.
  • Engaged in several training exercises including (maps and compasses, basic radio programming and cloning, fire shelter drills, first aid).
  • Indirect/direct handline construction using a Chinkadero and monkey paws; holding/firing operations (using driptorches, fuzees, grenades, and very pistols); prepping/brushing dozerline; laying/plumbing hose line; mop up; gridding; cold trailing; programming/cloning radios; document and report weather readings using a belt weather kit.
  • Identified escape routes and safety zones; demob and checkout; maintained situational awareness and adjust tactics; patrolled fireline; monitored, documented, and reported weather observations.
  • Applied  the Risk Management process; established crew cohesiveness; provided supervision for members of assigned short squad.
  • Properly used portable radio; etc.
06/2011 to 11/2011
Fire Fighter Firestorm Inc. Chico, California
  • Performed basic wild land fire suppression tactics; direct/indirect handline construction; plumbing and monitoring hose lays; mop up; back burning; holding operations.
  • Identified and acquired escape routes and safety zones.
  • Engaged in project work between incidents that included hazardous fuels reduction and prescribed burns.
  • Operated several fuel powered wild land fire fighting apparatus such as Mark III pumps and chain saws.
  • Operated several different line construction tools including Pulaski, Mcleod, and combination tools.
  • Performed duties as a swamper on a saw team.
  • Treated crew members suffering from minor medical issues including minor heat exhaustion, blistering and lacerations, and dehydration.
  • Communicated with crew members about pertinent information and potential hazards.
09/2010 to 05/2011
Cashier Safeway Chico, California
  •  Checked and processed customers groceries.
  • Tendered various types of electronic funding as well as local and federal government funding options.
  • Processed and tendered various rental equipment provided by store.
  •  Bagged customers groceries.
  • Provided aid to needing customers to their vehicles; retrieved shopping carts in parking lot; disposed of store garbage located inside and out.
  • Bailed excess  card board boxes.
  • Retrieved and stocked daily orders.
  • Operated hand controlled electric forklift and heavy bailing machine.
03/2008 to 05/2010
Valet Southern Dunes Golf Club Maricopa, Arizona
  • Greeted members and guests car-side with golf cart and aided loading golf bags; checked members and guests into proshop via two-way radio.
  • Maintained, operated, and  fully stocked driving range, chipping range, and putting green; re-set yardage markers, replaced and repaired divots on driving range.
  • Collected and cleaned golf clubs of members and guests upon round completion.
  • Washed and detailed golf carts daily, disposed of garbage located on golf course, proshop and restaurant areas.
  • Operated several pieces of small engine equipment such as pressure washers, leaf blowers, and generators.
  • Participated and engaged in monthly employee progress meetings.
  • Calculated daily tip values and distributed tips among co-workers according to hours worked.
  • Refilled and replaced 5 gallon water jugs located on golf course.
01/2007 to 05/2007
Host Brooklyn Boys Pizzeria & Restaurant Maricopa, Arizona

  • Simultaneously held 3 different positions of host, take-out cashier and expeditor.
  • Greeted and sat customers, prepared and provided menus, exchanged information about daily specials and menu items.
  • Assisted in waiting and bussing tables.
  •  Processed and tendered all phone-in and take-out orders.
  • Expedited all ordered food items including phone-in, take-out, and main restaurant.
  • Regular restaurant garbage disposal; maintained and regularly cleaned immediate work area.
  • Replaced and refilled beverages on tap in bar area.
  • Processed daily register order values and tip values.
Vocational Certificate: Fire Science
Central Arizona College - Coolidge, Arizona
  • Basic Emergency Medical Technician 05/2008
  • Firefighter I+II (Structure) 05/2009
  • Honor Roll/Dean's List 06/2008
  • 3.5 GPA​
  • Student Pilot Certificate
  • Firefighter I+II (Structure) 
  • Firefighter I+II (Wildland)
  • Intermediate Faller (Tree Felling)
  • Helicopter Long Line/Remote Hook Specialist
  • First-Aid/CPR/AED
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Professional Summary
I am a certified Fire Fighter and spent 4 years as a member of a volunteer fire department.  I am also experienced as a general laborer in construction, building houses, and working as a pipe fitter on the pipeline in Alberta. I am a strong, dedicated worker who is willing to work hard, train hard and become part of any work team.
Work History
PEI Fire Fighter 03/2010 to 01/2014
East River Fire Department Mount Stewart, PE
  • Responded to fire, crash and rescue calls.
  • Rescued fire victims and administered emergency medical aid.
  • Communicated with traumatized and injured people to determine medical needs, fire origins and number of persons in need of rescue.
  • Participated in civic and other community groups to promote public understand of fire safety.

Pipe Fitting Crew -Laborer CEDA Fort McMurray, AB
  • Accurately read, understood, and carried out written instructions.
  • Attended daily safety meetings to ensure machine operation safety.
  • Communicated operational issues and changes to supervisor on regular basis.
  • Provided accurate measurements and estimates for all projects.
Team Lead / Instructor 09/2015 to 01/2016
MacDonald Island Fort McMurray, AB
  • Providing a safe environment in and around the pool area Teaching children and adults how to swim Maintenance in and around the pool area Accident prevention Public relations.
  • Leading the other lifeguards and instructors through-out the day

Carpenter 05/2011 to 04/2013
Gill Construction Charlottetown, PE
  • Installed drywall, ceilings, trim and fabricated replacement trim and moldings.
  • Aligned and squared frames and forms for installation.
  • Constructed residential decks, carports, garages and sunrooms.
  • Installed interior finish items, including wall protection, doors and hardware, toilet accessories, cubicle curtain tracks and TV brackets.
  • Followed established job site safety regulations and maintained a safe and clean work area.

Camp Argonaut- Instructor 05/2004 to 05/2012
Corps Sargent Major Charlottetown, PE
  • Cadet Service Medal.
  • National Star Certification Exam.
  • Legion Medal of Excellence.
International Fire Service Accreditation Congress Seals: Aug 2015 Texas Training - Texas

Hazardous Materials Awareness - NFPA 472 - Seal No.  

Hazardous Materials Operations - NFPA 472 - Seal No.  

Fire Fighter 1 - NFPA 1001 - Seal No.  

Fire Fighter 2 - NFPA 1001 - Seal No.

Grade 12 Diploma: June 2010 Charlottetown Rural High School - Charlottetown, PE

Ice rescue operations – PEIFFA 2011

Confined Space Awareness, Entry, Rescue - No. 14673 – PEIFFA 2011

Heavy Hydraulic Extrication Training – ERFD/HURST 2011

Medical First Responder – Canadian Red Cross – 2010, current now until 2017

Basic Emergency Management – EMO – 2013

CSTS & OSSA – 2014

OSSA Basic Safety Orientation – LP# 003 – 23 Oct 2015

Suncor Air Purifying Respirator Training – 28 Oct 2015

WHMIS – 27 Oct 2015 H2S Awareness – Suncor – 28 Oct 2015

Suncor Oil Sands Site Orientation – Badge No. 605874 – 28 Oct 2015

Bear Awareness – CICT TP# 2437 – 27 Oct 2015

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Professional Summary
Charismatic gentleman who strives to do his best in all areas assigned. My years of experience in building rapport with the public has helped mold me into the man I am today. My love for the military along with my experience will be a tremendous asset to the Recruiting and Retention for the Army National Guard.
  • Team building
  • High stress tolerance
  • Conflict resolution
  • Honesty and fortitude
  • Problem solving
Work History
Clinical Associate, 10/2017 to Current
Carilion Roanoke Memorial Hospital Roanoke, Virginia
  • Organized the department in accordance with administrative guidelines in order to provide specified nursing services to meet the legal, organizational and medical staff guidelines.
Deputy, 10/2016 to 06/2017
Roanoke City Sheriff Office Roanoke, VA
  • Talked regularly with citizens to establish rapport and become a familiar presence in the area.
Correctional Officer, 01/2014 to 10/2016
Western Virginia Regional Jail Salem , Virginia
  • Determined and assigned inmates to appropriate housing.
  • Responded to inquiries from the public, other staff, inmates and visitors.
  • Conducted routine and emergency head counts.
  • Received and accounted for personal possessions and determined inmate work assignments.
Volunteer Fire Fighter, 01/2010 to Current
Cave Spring Volunteer Fire Department Roanoke, VA
  • Assisted various business groups with document organization and dissemination during acquisitions.
  • Worked directly with recruiting/ membership to achieve retention and new members to be processed into academy.
  • Responded to fire, crash and rescue calls.
  • Rescued fire victims and administered emergency medical aid.
High School Diploma: 2011
Hidden Valley High School - Cave Spring, VA