Sample Fire Resume 1

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Richard Anderson
1234, West 67 Street,
Carlisle, MA 01741,
(123)-456 7890.


Seeking to work as the Fire Investigator in a professional environment so that I can utilize and share my educational background and five years of work experience in fire investigating to benefit the community.

Qualification Summary:

  • Trained in fire investigations and accident reconstruction.
  • Wide knowledge of relevant equipment, procedures, policies and strategies to promote national, state or local security operations for the security of data, people, property and institutions.
  • Extensive knowledge of laws, court procedures, legal codes, precedents, executive orders, government regulations, the democratic political process and agency rules.
  • Able to form general rules or conclusions by combining pieces of information.
  • Have stronger ability to detect or identify a known pattern such as object, figure, sound or word that is hidden in other distracting material.
  • Observing, collecting, receiving, and obtaining information from all relevant sources.
  • Able to work independently as well as within a competitive team.


Bachelor of Science Degree in Fire Science,
University of California,
May 2002

Work Experience:

Fire Investigator
California Fire Department
July 2003 – present

  • Conducted investigations for determining causes of explosions and fires.
  • Collecting and packing pieces of evidence in securely closed containers such as crates, bags, or boxes, to protect them.
  • Analyzing fire sites and collecting evidence such as metal fragments, glass, accelerant residue and charred wood to determine the cause of a fire.
  • Instructing children and people about the dangers of fire.
  • Interviewing witnesses, building occupants and property owners to obtain information and sworn testimony.

Fire Investigator Assistant
California Fire Department
June 2002 – June 2003

  • Testifying in court cases that includes suspected arson, fires, and false alarms.
  • Responsible to prepare and maintain investigation results reports, and records of arson suspects and convicted arsonists.
  • Testing materials and sites to establish facts, such as flash points and burn patterns of materials, using test equipment.
  • Held internal investigation to determine violation and negligence of laws and regulations by the employees of fire department.


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