i want to be an industrial firefighter. i live in cali and i am not afraid to move. i also wouldn't mind leaving the country. i want a good starting postion with good pay or great pay. i also want great experience and training.
let me know if you have anything. can't wait to hear from you.
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11-22-2008, 05:15 AM #1
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01-04-2009, 03:15 PM #5
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If you are looking into becoming an "industrial firefighter", like a previous poster, you COULD look into Wackenhut Security Industries and go to Iraq. I, as a federal employee who works in Iraq regularly, I would be cautious about becoming too dedicated to working in Iraq. The military downsizing in Iraq will be closing lots of military bases that WSI supports, thus causing a loss of firefighting positions at those bases. IF you still want to look into that region for industrial firefigting employment, you could look into Kellogg, Brown, and Root (KBR Industries) for employment as an industrial firefighter in Kuwait. You could also look on the internet for additional opportunities in all sorts of places...like the Carribean, etc.
You could also look into working for an industrial plant..ie: oil processing, computer chip manufacturing, oil platform..etc There are plenty of options, hope this was some help!
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