- Direct, and participate in, forest-fire suppression.
- Collaborate with other firefighters as a member of a firefighting crew.
- Maintain contact with fire dispatchers at all times to notify them of the need for additional firefighters and supplies, or to detail any difficulties encountered.
- Establish water supplies, connect hoses, and direct water onto fires.
- Fell trees, cut and clear brush, and dig trenches to create fire lines, using axes, chainsaws or shovels.
- Communicate fire details to superiors, subordinates, or inter agency dispatch centers, using two-way radios.
- Serve as a working leader of an engine, hand, helicopter, or prescribed fire crew of three or more firefighters.
- Wild fire suppression
- Forest fire mitigation
- Chain saw operation and Maintenance
- Large tree felling
- Establish short- and long-term plans for management of forest lands and forest resources.
- Choose and prepare sites for new trees, using controlled burning, bulldozers, or herbicides to clear weeds, brush, and logging debris.
- Plan cutting programs and manage timber sales from harvested areas, assisting companies to achieve production goals.Conduct protection, mitigation, or restoration projects to prevent resource damage, maintain the integrity of critical habitats, and minimize the impact of human activities.
- Observe fires or crews from air to determine firefighting force requirements or to note changing conditions that will affect firefighting efforts.
- Patrol burned areas after fires to locate and eliminate hot spots that may restart fires.
- Fell trees, cut and clear brush, and dig trenches to create firelines, using axes, chainsaws or shovels.
- Maintain fire equipment and firehouse living quarters
- Fought and suppressed wild forest fires with my crew.
- Physical training
- Equipment training
- Annual training
- Long work shifts
- Two weeks on,Two days off
- Vehicle and Equipment organization and inspection