Entry Level Firefighter Resume With No Experience

Tags: , June 16, 2020

Think like an advertising copywriter when writing your resume as an entry level firefighter. Think about yourself and how important you are.

Through a resume, you are promising something – that said, you and your services.

Keeping this in mind, create a desire for the employer to invite you for an interview by making sure that you prove your abilities in meeting his or her requirements.

If it is the first time that you are writing a resume for a firefighter position, you must keep one thing in mind – always zero in on the employer’s needs and never your own.

While your own needs may be the greatest at this stage, it is the hiring manager that you have to impress. Make sure that your strongest selling points are positioned at the beginning of your resume and not at the end.

Once you are done writing your resume, proofread it yourself and then also have a friend go through it.

The final draft of your resume should be clear, concise, and visually appealing. Make the most of white space by not gelling words or sentences together.

Ensure that your resume is easily navigable.

Try not to use resume templates that you find sparingly on the Internet and never include personal information such as religion, ethnic background, or marital status.

See also: Firefighter Cover Letter No Experience

Anthony Wilson
60 Poplar Street, Flint, MI 48055
(000) 141-1210
anthony.wilson @email .com

 Fresh & Energetic Firefighter

 A recently trained firefighter with exceptional skills in promptly responding to calls for emergency services such as fires and entrapment. Well-versed in using standard equipment and apparatus sanctioned by the use fire department to handle emergencies in an efficient manner.

• Highly skilled in rendering first aid during rescue operations by first analyzing the situation and probability of first-aid success.
• Proficient in cleaning and inspecting firefighting equipment to ensure that it is “situation-ready” at all times.
• Effectively able to climb long lengths of ladders without feeling overwhelmed or physically uncomfortable.
• Competent at determining strategies for different situations such as wildland, commercial, and residential.

Firefighter Level 1

EMT Certification
Michigan Fire Department, Flint, MI – 2015

High School Diploma
Flint High School, Flint, MI – 2015


Trainee Firefighter 
Michigan Fire Department, Flint, MI
2/2020 – 5/2020
• Responded to calls for emergency services and recorded information such as address and caller data
• Immediately relayed information to firefighting supervisor and teams
• Assisted in coordinating team members to ensure prompt team dispatch
• Provided support in performing firefighting activities such as setting up equipment and hosing down large fires
• Performed regular and preventative maintenance on firefighting equipment and apparatuses

• Medical Aid Provision
• Fire Codes Determination
• Equipment Maintenance and Repair
• Salvage Operations
• Incident Scene Analysis
• Fire Prevention Operations
• Command Structure Comprehension
• Hazardous Materials Handling 

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