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    hey whats up everyone? i have been trying to gather information on a few fire depts. here in new jersey two being refinery fire depts. they would like to see my resume so i put a new one togather, my question is should i just email it to them or email and mail a copy?? and should i send a copy of all my certs with it?? im new to trying to get onto a paid co and here in nj its alittle tough, but im giving it my best shot! any help would be awsome!!!! thanks alot!!!


    keep it safe everyone
    brian

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    Resume

    My two cents....E-mail and send snail mail of resume and copies of all other pertinent info i.e. certs,diplomas and any thing else you think they might want. I'm sure Chief Lepore and the others who do this for a living will tell you about the same.

    Respectfully,
    Jay Dudley, Retired Fire
    Respectfully,
    Jay Dudley
    Retired Fire
    Background Investigator
    IACOJ-Member
    Lifetime Member CSFA
    IAFF Alumni Member

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    • #3
      The best thing to do is put on your suit and tie and hand carry them to the Chief. Anything else is a distant second place.

      Good luck,
      Paul Lepore
      Battalion Chief
      www.aspiringfirefighters.com

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      • #4
        thanks for the help...i was thinking of taking a copy in person but the its hard to get thro the front gate of a refinery or airport in this post 9-11 world....some people just make it tough on us all....grrrr...well i am going to send a copy over the net and then send a copy by mail with all my certs. so they have a copy of them! any other good tips??? thanks alot for the help!!




        brian

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        • #5
          inconvenienced ??

          Brian...Most who are inconvenienced in these times understand that it takes a little more time to do things. If we all work together and don't mind the little things then life will be much better. Good luck in your endeavor and job search.
          Respectfully,
          Jay Dudley, Retired Fire
          Respectfully,
          Jay Dudley
          Retired Fire
          Background Investigator
          IACOJ-Member
          Lifetime Member CSFA
          IAFF Alumni Member

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          • #6
            yes i know i dont mind alittle set back for better safty, just makes a few things alil harder thats all but im still gonna put up one hell of a fight.....this is my goal and im gonna do it!!!!!

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