Chief Fire Inspector

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Personal information   
First name(s) / Surname(s)  Ian VanVullend
Address(es)  21 Jaar Hetgebied
Amsterdam
Netherlands
Telephone(s)  Home: +55 (0)20 555 1717Mobile: +55 (0) 20 555 6644
Fax(es)  +55 (0)20 555 1718
E-mail(s)  vanvullend@nomail.com.nl
Nationality  Dutch
   
Work experience   
Dates  July 2001 - present
Occupation or position held  Commercial and Industrial Fire Inspector
Main activities and responsibilities  Responsible for instructing other inspectors on the correct way to complete service acknowledgments with proper coding through communicative devices, such as laptop computer and/or hardcopy. Also responsible for training less qualified inspectors on all safety controls for buildings and competitive equipment product lines, fire suppression equipment, emergency lighting equipment, and all other assigned systems.
    
Name and address of employer  Werving en Selectie BV 2905 AX Capelle aan den Ijssel Amsterdam, Netherlands
Type of business or sector  Fire Protection and Safety
    
    
Dates  July 1996 - July 2001
Occupation or position held  Residential Fire Inspector
Main activities and responsibilities  Carried and moved equipment and tools weighing up to 40 pounds. Worked in unusual and sometimes difficult positions such as climbing ladders, scaffolding and high lift equipment up to 40 feet, worked within ducts, crawl spaces above ceilings, etc. Adhered to and followed safety guidelines and policies at all times.
    
Name and address of employer  Geheel Nederland P.O. Box 16029 2500 BA The Hague, Amsterdam, Netherlands
Type of business or sector  Fire Protection and Safety
    
Education and training   
Dates  September 1994 - June 1996
Title of qualification awarded  Master's Degree in Fire Science
Principal subjects / occupational skills covered  Principle studies included: Chemistry, Electrical Engineering, Fire Prevention Skills, Fire Science Technology, Inspection Techniques, Physics, and Pyrotechnics. Master's Thesis on Fire Prevention Theory and Techniques. One year internship with Amsterdam Fire and Safety Department.
Name and type of organisation providing education and training  University of Amsterdam
    
Dates  September 1990 - June 1994
Title of qualification awarded  Bachelor's Degree in Fire Science
Principal subjects / occupational skills covered  Principle studies included: Algebra, Chemistry, Drafting, Fire Safety, Fire Science, Geometry, Intro. Fire Inspection, Mechanical Engineering, and Physics. English and French Proficiency Skills.
Name and type of organisation providing education and training  University of Amsterdam
    
   
Personal skills and competences   
Mother tongue(s)  Dutch
Other language(s)   
Self-assessment  UnderstandingSpeakingWriting 
European level  ListeningReadingSpoken interactionSpoken production  
English  C2Proficient UserC2Proficient UserC2Proficient UserC2Proficient UserC2Proficient User 
French  C2Proficient UserC2Proficient UserC2Proficient UserC2Proficient UserC2Proficient User 
Social skills and competences  Have continually demonstrated an ability to train others, possess excellent verbal and written communications skills, and am tactful and diplomatic when dealing with customers.
    
Organisational skills and competences  Effectively communicates and resolves issues while complying with organizational standards and practices. Makes minor repairs and programming changes while under authorized supervision. Responsible for meeting customer expectations while performing quality inspections.
    
Technical skills and competences  Thorough knowledge of all test equipment, i.e. multimeters, battery analyzers, frequency meters, decibel meters, fire suppression equipment and emergency lighting units, as well as all communicating devices.
    
Computer skills and competences  Advanced proficiency levels in the use of personal computers to include Windows operating systems as well as skilled at all Microsoft Office Works Suite 2007 applications.
    
Artistic skills and competences  Amateur photography
    
Other skills and competences  Nicet Level I certification. Electronics certification from an accredited technical school. Possession of FIRE FIGHTER I, EMT1A, HAZMAT certifications. Electronics certification from an accredited technical school.
    
Driving licence(s)  Groups A, A1, B1 BE, D1, and D1E
    
Additional information  References available upon request