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Fire Lieutenants are responsible for supervising other firefighters, engineers, and officers, as well as responding to fires and other emergencies within their communities. Responsibilities highlighted on example resumes of Fire Lieutenants include acting as a first responder to fires and emergencies, being responsible for the protection of life and property, and carrying out various administrative duties. Resumes of Fire Lieutenant applicants show a degree in fire engineering or fire science, and some larger fire departments may require the successful completion of a certification in paramedics.

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1

Fire Lieutenant

Responsible for supervising and training station personnel and ensuring that all fire and medical emergencies are managed appropriately. Prepare incident reports and discipline staff. Oversee district inspections and maintenance activities of apparatus and equipment.

  • Introduced procedures and created forms for use at emergency scenes while serving as Zone Coordinator for the Summit County Hazardous Materials Response Team.
  • Oversaw "Emergency Planning and Community Right-to-Know" and "Fire Department Occupational Safety and Health Program" for the [company name].
  • Assisted in authoring and implementing Standard Operating Procedures, Department Policies, and Training Standards.
Candidate Info
62
years in
workforce
25
years
at this job
Biology
Electrical Engineering
2

Fire Lieutenant

Supervised fire service personnel in house and during emergency situations

  • Commander of emergency fire and medical incidents
  • Radio communication with 911 and other emergency vehicles
  • First responder for medical emergencies
  • Administered basic life support during patient care
  • Administrative duties such as Fire House incident reports, quality control, supply ordering, in house medical training, fire tactics & strategy training, building inspections, created & maintained Mobile Mapper along with apparatus daily inventory check lists sheets for all County emergency vehicles
Candidate Info
32
years in
workforce
9
years
at this job
Physical
3

Fire Lieutenant

Responsible for emergency scene supervision of three crew members and station responsibilities of six personnel.

  • Fitness coordinator for the department after attaining fitness level certification
  • Attained the status of Associate Field Fire Instructor for Kansas University
  • 80 hour NFA Chemistry of Hazardous Materials program
  • 40 hour Hazardous Materials Tank Car Specialist class in Pueblo, Colorado
  • Completed the 2 week Course Development class at the National Fire Academy
Candidate Info
18
years in
workforce
4
years
at this job
AS
Emergency Medical Service
BA
Technology Management
Leadership Salina
4

Fire Lieutenant

Training Officer II-responsible for the delivery and development of training programs for the entire 280 member department. Co-lead instructor for recruit school training which includes NPQ Firefighter 1 & 2, HazMat Awareness & Ops, and a comprehensive Apparatus Operator program with licensure. Coordinated the delivery of forcible entry to all members of the department and delivered the training to all shifts. Developed a video program to facilitate the delivery of information and demonstrations prior to department-wide training evolutions. I assisted the Paramedic Program Coordinator with delivery of Paramedic training and practical exercises. Appointed by the County Commissioners to the Georgia Region IV EMS Council. 100 percent pass rate on classes taught including ACLS, PALS, CPR, HAZMAT, Firefigher 1&2.

  • Technical Rescue Lieutenant-responsible for the daily operation of the Technical Rescue Team in my battalion, and being the team leader on all Hazardous material, technical rescue, and extrication calls. Additional responsibilities include, but are not limited to, training, recruitment, retention, equipment purchase recommendations, public relations, demonstrations, and fire response. Assigned to 2 TR crews, Squad 1-C and Squad 11-B. Recruited 6 new members for Squad 11, and 4 new members for Squad 1. Organized and conducted numerous battalion wide and multi-company training classes and drill evolutions, including Live Burns, Search and Rescue, CCAT, 1410 Drills, and Technical Rescue Awareness. In the absence of the Captain, frequently assigned to ride up as the Acting Captain for the Battalion. Acted as Incident Commander on numerous fire, rescue, and multiple patient incidents.
  • Station Officer-responsible for the daily operation of the Fire Station including staffing, training, response readiness, and personnel management. Assigned as Station officer at Station 1-A and 11-B. Responsibilities also include all administrative functions of the position. Acted as incident commander on numerous fire, rescue, and multiple patient incidents.
  • Firefighter/Paramedic-responsible for ALS and BLS responses to emergency and non-emergency calls for service and assistance. Respond to fire and rescue calls and participate as a member of suppression, ventilation, and water supply/special service teams.
Candidate Info
21
years in
workforce
13
years
at this job
BA
Fire Science Administration
5

Fire Lieutenant/emt

  • Responded to various emergency and non-emergency calls for service in the capacity of company officer.
  • Shift Training Officer responsible for continuing education of shift personnel in fire-rescue and EMT-Basic in-service training.
  • Field Training Officer assigned to orient new hire personnel throughout their probationary period.
  • Awarded the North Myrtle Beach Public Safety Firefighter of the Year Award for 2001.
  • Led a thermal imaging fundraiser program in conjunction with Lowe's Home Improvement. Purchased a total of 4 thermal imagers. Awarded a North Myrtle Beach Public Safety Community Services Award for this program.
Candidate Info
5
years in
workforce
3
years
at this job
AA
Fire Science
6

Fire Lieutenant

Hazardous Materials Strike Team Leader

  • Established Hazmat Resupply system
  • Developed Hazmat Team Training Program
  • Various Special Projects
  • ADCaRT- Accreditation 2007 Documentation Team leader
  • Assisted with the setup of the First Quarterly Skills Training for the Fire Department
  • Published the Water Rescue Shore Support training program
  • Established the Ice Rescue training for 1st in Companies
Candidate Info
49
years in
workforce
15
years
at this job
Fire Science And Safety Technology
Business Administration
7

Fire Lieutenant

  • Responsible for managing four firefighters and one fire engine
  • Conducted training sessions for up to four firefighters
  • Performed fire inspections
  • Conducted training sessions for up to four firefighters
Candidate Info
18
years in
workforce
9
years
at this job
8

Fire Lieutenant

Supervised and lead shift personnel during daily activities, including responding to emergencies, directing firefighting, rescue, hazardous material, or medical calls until relieved by Chief.

  • Participated in the development and implementation of goals, objectives, policies, and priorities for the [company name].
  • Monitored work flow, prepared incident reports, reviewed and evaluated work products, methods and procedures, met with staff to identify and resolve problems.
  • Trained, motivated and evaluated engine company personnel; provided and coordinated staff training; worked with employees and volunteers to correct deficiencies; prepared training records and entered completed forms in record management system as directed by the Battalion Chief.
Candidate Info
25
years in
workforce
2
years
at this job
Fire Science
9

Fire Lieutenant

Supervised and lead shift personnel during daily activities, including responding to emergencies, directing firefighting, rescue, hazardous material, or medical calls until relieved by Chief.

  • Participated in the development and implementation of goals, objectives, policies, and priorities for the [company name].
  • Monitored work flow, prepared incident reports, reviewed and evaluated work products, methods and procedures, met with staff to identify and resolve problems.
  • Trained, motivated and evaluated engine company personnel; provided and coordinated staff training; worked with employees and volunteers to correct deficiencies; prepared training records and entered completed forms in record management system as directed by the Battalion Chief.
Candidate Info
21
years in
workforce
2
years
at this job
Fire Science
10

Fire Lieutenant

In charge of 12-15 men in response to emergency situation.

  • Run all emergency calls to include fires, medical and wrecks.
  • Inspect all businesses in the city of Anniston for safety hazards.
  • Responsible for operational efficiency of station management
  • Assumed Captains responsibility in his absence.
  • Directed community outreach for local Schools
  • Certifications include: Firefighter I, II, Hazardous Materials Technician apparatus operator, Fire Investigator, Radiologic Monitors
  • Train employees in proper response techniques to include: Response to potential chemical and biological accidents, response in appropriate PPE for the scene, response to medical emergency, response to fire and police emergencies
Candidate Info
28
years in
workforce
18
years
at this job

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