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Highly accomplished fire captain with over 33 years’ experience of increasing responsibility with the California Department of Forestry and Fire Protection seeking to take next career step as Ba alion Chief. Expertise in fire suppression and prevention, program administration, emergency response and disaster management, and staff and community education. Demonstrated leadership skills that guide teams towards success in safeguarding public property and designated areas of responsibility while advancing public safety philosophies.
Fire Administration Emergency Response and Disaster Management Public Safety and Education Professional Development and Training Fire Suppression and Prevention Hazardous Materials Handling Program Administration Strategic Planning
Fire Administration Direct day-to-day fire station operations, including training, tasking, and supervising staff and fire crews to safeguard and protect Schedule A and Schedule B assets; manage fire prevention systems, coordinate fire suppression teams, develop improved service delivery models, control fire and rescue incidents, and oversee fire prevention and safety programs. Coordinate and initiate station maintenance protocols to assure and maintain firefighting and emergency response readiness; administer materiel controls measures, and utilize knowledge and expertise to procure equipment to meet organizational objectives. Plan and administer budgets, define required staffing levels, and implement best practices to achieve strategic plan targets. Partner with external agencies to investigate incidents and prepare reports documenting findings; complete preliminary investigation fire reports. Program Administration and Public Education Manage Defensible Space LE/LE-100 programs to safeguard public properties and assets. Facilitate implementation and management of Prevention Bureau Ba alion 5 Prevention programs. Inspect properties and advise property owners of legally required defensible space clearances; conducted 200+ inspections. Promote fire and water safety programs at local elementary schools; utilize age-appropriate approaches, including Smokey Bear and stop, drop, and roll concepts, to reinforce fire prevention and safety lessons. Staff Training and Development Devise courses in alignment with state curriculum to educate firefighters at local, regional, and state levels in emergency response, first aid and safety, leadership training, and continued professional training; designated Fire Crew Captain Cadre Lead Instructor. Spearhead Division Group Supervisor and Strike Team Leader training at local and regional levels, and head Basic Fire Control and Fire Crew Captain training at California Regional Fire Academy in Sacramento, CA. Collaborate with Training Bureau to deliver unit-wide training. Deliver training on wildland firefighting techniques and emergency response diverse populations, including youth authority wards. Leadership Provided organizational leadership at Alder Camp HUU as Administration and Operations Captain and Crew Captain, North Coast Incident Stress Management Team, and Relief Air A ack Group Supervisor. Expertly supervised and directed City of Highland’s Fire Engine and Medic Squad to provide service to 35,000+ citizens. Service community as Disaster Management Volunteer with the Red Cross in Del Norte County.