Airport Fire Chief Resume

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GEORGE MARTIN
201-777-7777_georgemartin@internet.com
1015 S Franklin St Ap. 1D _Tullahoma_TN_37388

OBJECTIVE

To provide leadership and guidance as an Airport Fire Chief utilizing extensive training, distinguished service, and experience in the field.

PROFILE

Decorated military Fire Chief with 20+ years of experience in all aspects of fire-fighting operations. Consistent record of exceeding standards and expectations by choosing the most challenging assignments that were above and beyond the call of duty. Highly motivated and organized, with a documented ability to motivate and train units and subordinates. Areas of expertise include:

Fire, Rescue & Recovery Emergency Medical Services
Hazardous Materials Safety Regulations/Standards & Inspections
Political Sensitive Operation Curriculum Development & Instruction

CREDENTIALS

Fire Investigation
Fire Prevention Technician Course
Ranger propane Fire Safety School
Fire Protection Management Applications
On-Scene Commander’s Course Development
Principles of Instructional Systems
National Fire Academy Incident Command
System Training
Fire Protection Internships at Skilled,
Advanced and Superintendent Levels
Leadership for Mid-Level & Senior Managers

RECORD OF EXPERIENCE

UNITED STATES AIR FORCE 1980 – Present

Beale Air Force Base – California
Fire Chief, Hazardous Materials Program Manager, and Safety Design Review Authority
• Management of fire-fighting teams with a record of encountering numerous fires and medical incidents without injuries and minimal loss
• Initiated and implemented changes within six fire fighting companies advancing a “satisfactory” inspection rating to an “outstanding” rating by headquarter experts
• Secured initial accreditation for the Department of Defense from the International Fire Safety Accreditation Council
• Directed childcare center staff toward flawless fire safety certification
• Reduced construction costs by $2 5 million, utilizing lower cost materials and procedures
• Increased OSHA compliance
• Received an Air Force Achievement Medal for solving problems with the P-23 Fire Vehicle

Misawa Air Force Base – Japan
• Fire Chief, Hazardous Materials Program Manager, and Safety Design Review Authority
• Supervised a department of 95 personnel
• Directed all operations as “On-Scene Commander” during major aircraft incidents, resulting in zeroinjuries and minimal damage
• Presided as final review authority for fire safety designs and installations

Brook Air Force Base – Texas
Fire Chief
• Served as main contact for fire, rescue, and emergency medical services for 234 Air Force families
• Decreased base fires by 88%
• Ensured highly visible fire protection for the President, visiting heads of state, and high ranking dignitaries
• Created a hazardous material program in a record six month period
• Passed OSHA inspection without a single discrepancy

Buckley Air Force Base – Colorado
Deputy Fire Chief
• Led and motivated Unit of command from “barely acceptable” inspection rating to an “excellent” rating by the Air Force Inspector General in only 100 days
• Pioneered new standards for airfield barrier operations currently used in the United States and six other nations
• Controlled politically sensitive operations in foreign territory

Cannon Air Force Base –New Mexico
Shift Supervisor
• Acted as deputy fire chief in absence of fire chief, supervised 12 fire fighters
• Participated in cardiovascular study conducted by Air Force, which set Fitness standards for all active duty members worldwide

CharlestonAir Force Station – South Carolina
Station Fire Chief
• Qualified as the youngest person to hold position with the previous 10 year period
• Oversaw all fire fighting operations for Space Tracking Facility
• Worked with Air Force Civil engineers to ensure compliance of all buildings with OSHA safety regulations

Columbus Air Force Base – Mississippi
Instructor
• Composed and facilitated curriculum to entry level USA Fire Fighters
• Recognized as “Instructor of the Year”

Fairchild Air Force Base – Washington
Fire Fighter
• Helped direct rescue and recovery missions at air crash sites
• Awarded “Airman of the quarter”

Langley Air Force Base – Virginia
Fire Fighter

Columbus Air Force Base – Mississippi
Student, United States Air Force Fire Fighting School

HONORS

• Air Force Commendation Medal with two Oak Leaf Clusters (End of Tour Decoration)
• Meritorious Service Medal with one Oak Leaf Cluster (End of Tour Decoration)
• John P. Morely Memorial Award for Heroism in Life Saving Operations

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