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AMY SMITH
123 Main Street Atlanta, Georgia 30339
Home: (555) 555-1234, Cell: (555) 555-1235 asmith@sample~resume.com


Objective:   Seek the Position of Smoke Jumper

SUMMARY:   Exceptionally energetic, passionate and skillful Smoke Jumper with more than four years experience in parachuting from airplane into forest inaccessible by ground to suppress forest fires.

Summary of Qualifications
  • Thorough knowledge of fire fighting techniques, fire prevention, hazardous materials control, local building codes, and emergency medical procedures, including first aid and cardiopulmonary resuscitation.
  • Great ability to use axes, chain saws, fire extinguishers, ladders, and other fire fighting and rescue equipment.
  • Immense strength, physical stamina, coordination, and agility.
  • Exceptional ability to work for long periods without supervision and to make complex decisions regarding safety and other important items based on knowledge, experience and published criteria without approval of supervisor.
  • Profound ability to deal with maintenance projects such as painting, use of common tools, common facility repairs such as plumbing, electrical and drywall repairs.
  • Strong awareness of surroundings so that unusual safety and security related items might be noticed and dealt with in an effectual manner.
Professional Experience

Rainbow County Department of Forestry, Minneapolis
2002 - Present

Smoke Jumper
  • Jump from airplane near scene of fire, pull rip cord when clear of plane, and pull shroud lines to guide direction of fall toward clear landing area.
  • Orient self in relation to fire, using compass and map, and collect supplies and equipment dropped by parachute.
  • Ascertain best method for attacking fire and communicate plan to airplane or base camp with two-way radio.
  • Fell trees, dig trenches, and extinguish flames and ember to suppress fire, using ax, chain saw, shovel, and hand or engine-driven water or chemical pumps.
  • Pack parachutes.

Rainbow County Department of Forestry, Minneapolis
2000 - 2002

Fire Fighter Trainee (under supervision)
  • Connected hose lines to hydrants.
  • Operated a pump to send water to high-pressure hoses, and positioned ladders to be able to deliver water to the fire.
  • Rescued victims.
  • Provided emergency medical attention as needed.
  • Ventilated smoke-filled areas, and salvaged the contents of buildings.
  • Remained at the site of a disaster for days at a time, rescuing trapped survivors and assisting with medical treatment.

Education and Professional Training

Certified Emergency Medical Technician

Associate degree in Fire Science, University of New York (2000)




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