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To serve as second in command to the Fire Chief while being prepared to assume the role and duties of the fire chief. To provide management control of an assigned shift and to assist the Fire Chief in the supervision of firefighting operations. Supervises job performance of the Assistant Chief of Operations, Health and Safety, Supply, Training, and WIT while ensuring the compliance of all OI's and Job description letters. Ensure the mobility readiness of all assigned firefighter. Work with squadron UDM to ensure mobility compliance. Accurately assesses the fire scene/emergency situation to aid in command and control of the operation, gathering vital information necessary to conduct investigation and to brief the Fire Chief and other command staff having jurisdiction. Effectively investigates and determines probable origin and cause of fire, recommends sound corrective action and preventative measures. Assists in the evaluation and compliance with risk management assessment, operational procedures and safety compliance. Coordinates with other section supervisors concerning matters of work accomplishment, priorities and procedures.
Thank you for considering me for the Southern California USPTA District 5 President position. I am a
high-energy leader successful in building and motivating dynamic teams and believe in a culture in
which board and team members feel comfortable voicing questions and concerns, as well as contributing
new ideas that will support the USPTA Mission. As a proven tennis professional, I am dedicated to
developing strategies and communications to help the District 5 tennis community reach and engage their target
Dedicated Chief Officer skilled at creative problem solving. Self-starter and independent thinker accomplished as an organizational leader. Driven to maximize operational efficiency through a team based approach and ethical decision making.
Supervise the Administration and Technical Services Division of the Santa Clara Fire Department. Responsible for the oversight of 41 million dollar annual fire department budget, fire station maintenance, promotional testing and hiring. Lead project manager for CFAI Accreditation process, Citygate Standard of Cover study and an ISO department evaluation. Project manager for two fire station construction projects. Responsible for working with developers through the EIR process. Manage the grant writing process for successful grant applications saving the city money.
Plans Section Chief for Superbowl 50 public safety planning for Fire, Hazardous Materials, EMS/Public Health, Fire Prevention and Emergency Management.
Supervise all 10 fire stations with a total of 38 assigned personnel. Responsible for all of the shifts training. Organize and manage all probationary personnel testing and evaluations for all three ranks of Firefighter, Engineer and Captain.
Special Accomplishments: Incident Commander on several complex structure fire incidents, assisted with Levi Stadium rescue response plan development, participated as instructor for the Santa Clara County Fire Officers Leadership Academy, lead instructor for Santa Clara County Joint Fire Academy and assisted with Santa Clara Fire Department Lexipol policy development.
President of International Association of Fire Fighters Local 1171. Representing 158 IAFF members. Protect the wages, hours and working conditions of our members by maintaining a collaborative working relationship with our City and Administrative staff.
Special Accomplishments: Successfully negotiated four labor contracts as the lead of the union negotiations team, developed and launched a new website for Local 1171, developed guiding principles document for Executive Board, worked successfully with administration on creative staffing solutions for services provided at Levi Stadium.
Respond to routine and emergency calls for the protection of life and property. Supervise a crew of four personnel on Truck and Rescue Company 2. Ensure that all fire department and city policies are followed and implemented.
Special Accomplishments: Served as 2007 Recruit Academy Coordinator, developed and implemented Volunteer/Reserve CA State FFI Program, developed and implemented Technical Rescue Training Program for truck personnel, developed a records retention policy for the Training Division and have been a department evaluator on over 600 oral interviews for the position of entry-level firefighter.
Drive and operate all types of Santa Clara Fire Department apparatus. Responsible for transporting all crew to and from the emergency scene. Maintain readiness of apparatus.
Served as the shift vice-president, representing 35-40 assigned shift personnel in all matters relating to wages, hours and working conditions. Represented all employees on assigned shift in all duty of fair representation issues.
Assist on all phases of firefighting operations and emergency medical care as directed. Conducts station tours and public education.
National Fire Academy Coursework
International Association of Fire Chiefs
California Fire Chiefs Association
ELITE Travel Baseball Foundation (501c3) - President
Public safety professional with 28 years experience, with extensive knowledge and experience. Licensed as a Master Police Officer, Firefighter, Fire/Arson investigator, Fire Inspector/Plans Examiner, Instructor, Paramedic. Accomplished administrative experience within an organization as a Deputy Fire Chief / Fire Marshal. Successful at fostering personnel, managing multiple areas of responsibility and programs, as well as working with the public. Law enforcement experience as a patrol officer, criminal detective, and special crimes investigation (fire/arson). Experience as an EMT/Paramedic with knowledge working within successful emergency medical systems.
Maintained constant public presence to enforce fire prevention laws, including city ordinances, building codes. Planned and organized mutual aid programs, projects and activities with representatives of the state and other agencies. Planned, organized and directed Decatur's fire prevention policies including code enforcement, investigation, public education and permits. Ensured that programs conformed to federal, state, county and city codes and laws.
Received numerous letters of appreciation from community residents.
Planned, organized and directed Decatur's fire prevention policies including code enforcement, investigation, public education and permits. Established and met objectives for improving organizational effectiveness. Maintained constant public presence to enforce fire prevention laws, including city ordinances and related building codes. Present, assist, and help maintain annual budget. Assist in vehicle fleet management. Assist human resources objectives including hiring, promotion, discharge and other appropriate personnel actions. Presented departmental policies, strategies and programs to city administrators as required. Cooperatively and supportively interacted with coworkers and supervisors.
Extinguished residential, aircraft, structural, woods and automobile fires with hand held tools and equipment. Applied appropriate extinguishing agents to structural, residential, commercial, industrial, chemical, petroleum, aircraft, vehicle and wilderness fires. Completed continuing education classes in firefighting, rescue and emergency services. Maintained supplies and materials on fire and rescue vehicles. Prepared reports of fires, accidents and emergencies for accurate transfer of information.
Provided life support services during medical emergencies on scene and en route to the hospital. Collected pertinent information from the patient, family and friends, medical records and prescriptions. Rapidly assessed whether life threatening criteria was present and took immediate action. Initiated plans of care based on patient assessments. Completed all mandatory education and training classes. Maintained updated knowledge with treatment protocols, response requirements and quality assurance procedures.
Patrolled designated districts in patrol cars, on bicycles and on foot. Mediated domestic-related disturbances and protected victims from harm. Searched vehicles, buildings, homes and property for evidence and stolen property. Wrote detailed arrest and accident reports. Organized and recorded facts to prepare incident reports. Wrote reports on arrests made, activities performed and unusual incidents observed. Served active warrants and subpoenas. Prepared cases for trial and appeared and testified in court as a witness. Analyzed traffic accidents and general traffic surveys. Monitored and investigated suspicions persons and situations and unusual activities.
Provided life support services during medical emergencies on scene and en route to the hospital. Maintained a state of readiness and alertness for all assignments. Operated and maintained emergency vehicles in a safe, efficient manner while obeying all traffic laws. Interacted with patients, families, hospital staff and the general public.
Texas Fire Chiefs Association- Member
Texas Fire Marshal's Association- Current Executive Board Member
Texas Chapter of International Association of Arson Investigators- Past Executive Board Member
Decatur Youth Fair Buyers Association- Past President
Wise Youth Ag Syndicate- Past 1st Vice President, Currently board member
Decatur FFA alumni- Member
Decatur High School Golf Booster Club- Member
Decatur Rotary Club- Past Member
First United Methodist Church Building Committee- Sub Chair, Building Project Manager