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Isabella Reed
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Summary
A self-motivated individual who values strong interpersonal connections and seeing direct, measurable results from hard work. Customer service oriented individual with close to six years of service oriented experience.
Experience
Volunteer Reserve Firefighter Oct 2014Present Hamilton City Fire Protection District Hamilton City , CA
  • Respond to 911 alarms for emergency medical services, including providing medical care,extinguishing fires, performing salvage operations, and rendering assistance in emergency cases.
  • Clean and inspect equipment and apparatus to maintain optimum utility.
  • Participate in training services and activities, continuing education, and public education for the community.
  • Keep fire station grounds in a clean and orderly condition.
Sales representative Jan 2013Jan 2014 Impact Marketing Chico, CA
  • Responsible for making sales via telephone for multiple newspaper campaigns across the U.S.
  • Regularly exceeded weekly sales quota.
  • Received employee of the month award in June 2014.
EMT Jun 2013Aug 2013 Rural Metro West Milpitas, CA
  • Responded to emergency medical calls by evaluating situations, providing emergency and non-emergency medical procedures both on scene and in a moving vehicle, and transportation of patients to medical facilities.
  • Treated patients in accordance with established Emergency Medical Service Protocols per county.
  • Provided detailed accounts of patient care.
EMT Oct 2012Jun 2013 Golden State Ambulance San Jose, CA
  • Similar responsibilities to those at Rural Metro, plus provided assistance with new member orientation, training and evaluation.
Service Host/ Bartender Jul 2010Oct 2012 Armadillo Willy's Restaurant Los Altos, CA
  • Responsible for providing excellent customer service to all individuals at restaurant, and service of all specialty drinks ordered.
  • Achieved alternate shift lead responsibility enabling me to assist managing restaurant floor.
Education
B.A.: Public Administration May 2015 California State University Chico, CA Public Administration
Associate of Science: Fire Protection Technology Dec 2012 West Valley/ Mission College Saratoga, CA Received EMT certificate.
High School Diploma Jun 2008 Lynbrook High School San Jose, CA
Skills
  • MS Word, Excel, Powerpoint, Outlook.
  • SPSS and SAS data systems.
  • Grant writing and fundraising strategies.
  • Public policy analysis and formation.
  • Marketing and Sales.
  • Time management.
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Previous Companies:

  • Hamilton City Fire Protection District
  • Impact Marketing
  • Rural Metro West

Previous Job Positions:

  • Volunteer Reserve Firefighter
  • Sales Representative
  • EMT
  • Service Host
  • Bartender

Schools:

  • California State University
  • West Valley/ Mission College
  • Lynbrook High School

Level of Education:

  • B.A.
  • Associate of Science
  • High School Diploma

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