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Skillful Captain resume

Jason Barclay
Professional Summary

Highly motivated Firefighter / EMT with over 17 years of combined career / volunteer experience. Detailed knowledge in fire suppression, technical rescue, driver-operator, hazardous materials, fire inspections, and fire prevention. Effective at quickly assessing situations and responding with effective solutions. Highly reputable for superior performance, accuracy, attention to detail, and decision making abilities.

Highlights
  • Self-motivated
  • Strong verbal communication
  • Extremely organized
  • Team player
  • Safety conscious
  • Resourceful
Experience
Fire Captain Sep 2018 - Current
Harrisburg International Airport Fire Department Middletown, PA

• Assign tasks to assigned personnel, lead/manage/coordinate the completion of assignments, and complete required paperwork to document shift activity and work accomplished. Delegate duties and tasks as necessary. 

• Command firefighting crews (on-airport and mutual aid) in the proper selection of response equipment, extinguishing agent, and to lead the firefighters in firefighting and rescue operations. 

• Responsible for one or more major department duties, which may include, but not limited to fire and life safety inspections, hydrant inspections, fire extinguisher inspections, fuel facility inspections, EMS/QRS program, fire equipment and apparatus testing, etc.

 • Ensure that shift personnel comply with all Standard Operating Procedures. 

• Monitor the status of the ARFF emergency response vehicles to ensure compliance with Part 139. 

• Monitor the status, capabilities, performance, and wellbeing of shift personnel and inform the Fire Chief of irregularities and conditions, which would impact a Firefighter's ability to perform their job.

• Ensure response to emergency incidents including, but not limited to aircraft, buildings, property, facilities, vehicles, medical, hazardous materials, and other incidents endangering life and/or property and they are handled appropriately. 

• Conducts preliminary investigation of fire cause and origin to determine need to notify appropriate authorities per SOPs. Secure incident scenes and establish fire lines to prevent unauthorized persons from entering incident area to protect and preserve incident area for post-incident investigation.

• Directs, coaches, and conducts training for personnel on shift to include, but not limited to aircraft rescue firefighting, structural firefighting, hazardous materials, water rescue, vehicle rescue, fire inspections, fire instruction, vehicle operations, emergency medical services and other courses as assigned by the Department.

 • Develop and/or maintain fire, rescue, life safety, and/or emergency medical training programs in accordance with state and national guidelines and regulations. 

• Establish Incident/Unified Command at an incident site as required, and take command until relieved by the appropriate officer per the Incident Command SOP. 

• Communicate with co-workers, Command Post, Emergency Operations Center, mutual aid, and others during emergency situations by two-way radio, phone, in person, or other methods of communication. 

• During roll call, assigns tasks and schedules duties to assigned personnel in order to accomplish assigned tasks and duties as set out in the SOPs and other assigned duties in coordination with the Fire Chief. In the absence of the Fire Chief conducts roll call with assigned personnel. 

• In the absence of the fire chief performs operational duties of the fire chief. 

• Complete reports, forms, and journal entries on daily activities, emergency incidents, non-emergency incidents, fire inspections, equipment inspections, and vehicle inspections 

• Perform complimentary customer service functions

Firefighter/EMT-Basic May 2016 - Sep 2018
Harrisburg International Airport Fire Department Middletown, PA
  • Worked on a 4 platoon system, 24 hour shifts, 42 hours per week.
  • Respond to fire and medical emergencies, operate fire equipment at an emergency incident site (including but not limited to fire vehicles, hoses and hand lines, hand and rescue tools, ladders, river rescue equipment, etc.)
  • Render first aid to injured, apply CPR and/or artificial respiration as necessary.
  •  Selects hose nozzle, depending on type of fire, and directs stream of water or chemicals onto fire.
  • Maintains fire fighting apparatus, equipment, and hydrants.
  • Participates in drills and training in hydraulics, pump operation and maintenance, safety, and firefighting techniques, and other courses as assigned by the Department.
  • Knowledgeable, skilled, and able in topics, such as airport familiarization, aircraft familiarization, firefighter safety, emergency communications, fire hose, nozzles, turrets, extinguishing agents, aircraft evacuation, ARFF firefighting operations, structural fire and rescue equipment use for ARFF, aircraft cargo hazards, and duties under the airport emergency plan.
  • Ability to operate, inspect and service emergency vehicles.
  • Communicate with co-workers, command cost, emergency operations center, mutual aid, and others during emergency situations by two-way radio, phone, in person, or other methods of communication
Firefighter/EMT-Basic (Part-Time) Nov 2019 - Current
York Area United Fire Rescue York , PA
  •  Part Time Position
  • Respond to fire and medical emergencies, operate fire equipment at an emergency incident site (including but not limited to fire vehicles, hoses and hand-lines, hand and rescue tools, ladders, river rescue equipment, etc.)
  • Render first aid to injured, apply CPR and/or artificial respiration as necessary
  • Selects hose nozzle, depending on type of fire, and directs stream of water or chemicals onto fire, maintains fire fighting apparatus, equipment, and hydrants.
  • Participates in drills and training in hydraulics, pump operation and maintenance, safety, and firefighting techniques, and other courses as assigned by the department.
  • Ability to operate, inspect and service emergency vehicles.
  • Communicate with co-workers, command post, emergency operations center, mutual aid, and others during emergency situations by two-way radio, phone, in person, or other methods of communication
Firefighter/EMT- Basic (Part Time) May 2018 - Current
York Township Fire Department York , PA
  • Part Time Position
  • Respond to fire and medical emergencies, operate fire equipment at an emergency incident site (including but not limited to fire vehicles, hoses and hand-lines, hand and rescue tools, ladders, river rescue equipment, etc.)
  • Render first aid to injured, apply CPR and/or artificial respiration as necessary.
  • Selects hose nozzle, depending on type of fire, and directs stream of water or chemicals onto fire, maintains fire fighting apparatus, equipment, and hydrants.
  • Participates in drills and training in hydraulics, pump operation and maintenance, safety, and firefighting techniques, and other courses as assigned by the department.
  • Ability to operate, inspect and service emergency vehicles.
  • Communicate with co-workers, command post, emergency operations center, mutual aid, and others during emergency situations by two-way radio, phone, in person, or other methods of communication
Collection & Distribution Technician Nov 2013 - May 2016
Manheim Area Water Sewer Authority Manheim, PA
  •  Worked Monday - Friday 07:00 - 15:30 ( 40 hours per week )
  • Daily activities supporting the 24-hour, 7-day operations and maintenance of a wastewater treatment plant and drinking water filtration plant.
  • Specific duties include meter and transmitter repairs and/or replacements, routine maintenance of the collection and distribution lines, along with assisting in complying with all aspects of regulatory compliance.
Education
High School Diploma 2006
Donegal High School Mount Joy, PA
Vocational Degree: HVAC/R 2006
Lancaster County Career & Technology- Brownstown Campus Ephrata, PA
Associate of Science: Fire Science Columbia Southern University Orange Beach, AL
Certifications
  • Pro-Board Firefighter I
  • Pro-Board Firefighter II
  • Pro-Board Aircraft Rescue Firefighter (ARFF)
  • Emergency Medical Technician ( EMT-B)
  • Pro-Board Fire Officer I
  • Pro-Board Fire Officer II
  • Pro- Board Fire Officer III
  • Pro-Board Fire Officer IV
  • Pro-Board Fire Instructor I
  • Pro-Board Fire Instructor II
  • Pro-Board Fire Inspector I
  • Pro-Board Fire Inspector II
  • Pro-Board Hazardous Materials Awareness
  • Pro-Board Hazardous Materials Operations
  • Pro-Board Hazardous Material Technician
  • Pro-Board Driver-Operator Pumper
  • Pro-Board Incident Safety Officer
  • Pro-Board Vehicle Machinery Technician Level I
  • Pro-Board Vehicle Machinery Technician Level II
  • Pro-Board Confined Space Technician Level I
  • Pro-Board Confined Space Technician Level II
  • Pro-Board Trench Rescue Technician Level I
  • Pro-Board Trench Rescue Technician Level II
  • Pennsylvania State Fire Academy Supression Instructor
  • CPR / AED For The Professional Rescuer
  • NFPA 1006 Technical Rescue
  • NIMS 100,200,300,400,700,800
  • Vehicle Rescue Technician
  • Special Vehicle Rescue Technician
  • Water Rescue Emergency Response
  • Water Rescue Emergency Boat Operations
  • Advanced Line System Rescue
  • Ice Rescue
  • Rapid Intervention Team Level I
  • Rapid Intervention Team Level II
  • Truck Company Operations
  • Structure I - Engine Company Operations At Residential Fires
  • Structure II - Fire Operations At Large Structures
  • Fire Instructor Development (ZFID)
  • Fire Attack At Basement Fires
  • Fire Attack At Attic Fires
  • Flashover Recognition
  • Fire Dynamics Strategy & Tactics
  • Fire Dynamic Fundamentals
  • Forcible Entry
  • Large Area Search
  • High Angle Rope Rescue
  • Elevator Operations Rescue
  • Basic Ropes & Rigging
  • Building Construction
  • Atmospheric Monitoring
  • Pump Operations
  • Emergency Vehicle Operator Course (E.V.O.C)
  • CDL Class B with Air-Brake And Tanker Endorsements
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Job-winning Captain resume

Jeyson Sosa
Professional Summary

7 years experience serving guests at upscale fine dinning restaurants.
I speak 3 languages: Spanish, English and Portuguese.

Focused waiter successful at multi-tasking and delivering prompt and friendly service to all customers.

Skills
  • Team leadership.
  • High energy.
  • Quick problem solver.
  • Organized and efficient server.
  • Bar terminology.
  • Courteous, professional demeanor.
Work History
Waiter Spanish Tavern - Mountainside, NJ 03/2018 - 03/2020
Head Waiter Spiga Restaurant - Totowa, NJ 2017 - 2018
  • Routinely supported other areas of the restaurant as requested, including answering telephones and completing financial transactions for other staff.
  • Maintained complete knowledge of restaurant menu, including daily specials.
  • Provided friendly and attentive service.
Floor Captain Par 440 Restaurant And Lounge - Short hills, NJ 04/2017 - 10/2017
  • Carefully interviewed, selected, trained and supervised staff.
  • Met, greeted and encouraged feedback from customers and used feedback to implement positive changes within the restaurant.
Restaurant Manager Spiga Due Modern Italian - East Rutherford, NJ 01/2017 - 04/2017
  • Recognized and formally acknowledged outstanding staff performance to boost company morale and productivity.
  • Maintained a safe working and guest environment to reduce the risk of injury and accidents.
Waiter Spiga - Totowa, NJ 08/2016 - 12/2016
  • Consistently provided professional, friendly and engaging service.
  • Skillfully promoted items on daily restaurant specials.
Waiter Spanish Tavern of Mountainside - Mountainside, NJ 03/2013 - 08/2015
  • Interacted positively with customers while promoting restaurant facilities and services.
  • Displayed knowledge about the restaurant's menu and products
Education
High School Diploma Honduras 2011
Graphic Designer I.N.F.O.P. - Honduras 2012
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Experienced Captain resume

Gerard Clarke
Professional Summary
Meticulous and organized power plants technician, excellent at juggling multiple tasks and working under pressure. Broad technical experience includes automotive, diesel maintenance, helicopter fundamentals, and power sports.
Skills
  • Supervisory experience
  • Superior mechanical skills
  • Continuous Process improvement green belt
  • Resourceful
  • Flexible
  • Technical school training
  •  Critical thinking
  • Problem solving
  • Hand/power tools
    • Proficiency at reading blueprints
    Work History
    Aviation Machinist Mate, 03/2015 to 05/2017
    USS John C. Stennis Bremerton Washington
    • Power plants division work center supervisor. Managed twelve technicians in the repair of F414-GE-400 engines and the Upkeep of 473 pieces of related support equipment.
    • Created an improved process for removing obsolete intermediate support equipment test sets from inventory, resulting in less expended man hours in maintaining un needed equipment.
    • Directed twelve technicians in the completion of 697 maintenance actions totaling 3416 man hours.
    • Maintained six tool boxes containing 942 tools contributing to a passing grade on the last quality assurance tool control program audit.
    • Increased material condition of 32 work center spaces by leading three employees in the completion of 1095 shipboard zone inspection discrepancies, directly contributing to a an 88% readiness score; The highest score of all Naval Aircraft Carriers in the last five years.
    Plane Captain, 11/2003 to 09/2005
    Fighter Squadron 106 Virginia Beach, Virginia
    • Assisted in the maintenance of 38 F/A18 Hornet aircraft, associated aeronautical equipment, and ground support equipment.
    • Qualified brake rider and tow tractor driver responsible for towing aircraft to and from hangar, wash facilities, and parking aprons.
    • Performed an average of 18 pre flight and post flight inspections per week.
    • Contributed to the squadrons successful completion of 16,062 mishap free flight hours and 9,657 sorties.
    • Increased work center qualifications by 10%, due to training and mentoring five technicians in attaining their Plane Captain Qualification.

    Education
    Bachelor of Science: Current
    Embry Riddle Aeronautical University - Daytona Beach, Florida


    Associate of Arts: general studies , University of Maryland - College Park, Maryland
    Completed 59 of 60 credits for this degree.
    Job Related Training

     Completed Military Apprenticeship Program 3000 hours for 1045N Power plant mechanic (aircraft engine mechanic)

     Intermediate Maintenance Activity (IMA) Documentation (A-495-0018) 8 September 2016

     Aviation Machinist Mate helicopter fundamentals strand (NV-1704-0430) V02 13 April 2015 to 22 April 2015

     Aviation Machinist Mate Common Core (NV-1704-0429) 23 March 2015 to 10 April 2015

    Airman Apprentice Training Core Course (A-950-0076) 19 November 2003

    Airman Apprentice Training Squadron (A-950-0078) 24 November 2003

    References

    Phillip lacey  phone: 760-590-7261  Email: mech4life@hotmail.com

    Mark Johnson  phone: 757-241-7815   Email: johnsonmasonry34@gmail.com

    John Wesley Clark    phone: 931-933-1617  Email: jwclarkiii24@gmail.com

    Keith Spencer   phone: 678-520-7689   Email: keith.spencer93@yahoo.com

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