Get a firefighter approved resume, without spending hours editing

Get your firefighter resume and cover letter professionally reviewed for just $45 → $35 for the next 10 orders.

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On average, employers (fire departments included) look at resumes for 6 to 7 seconds.

You only have a split second to make a good impression.

That means, to give yourself the best shot at getting a firefighter job, you need to have a well-built resume.

I know what you’re thinking: “Resumes are so hard to write.”

Yup. I’ve been there. I was the one rewriting my resume over and over again trying to make it perfect. I spent hours doing this.

That’s why I wanted to create a way for aspiring firefighters to get an interview-ready resume without spending hours and hours in Microsoft Word.

This is not just a template where we put in your information. We take a look at your personal experience: education, jobs, volunteer roles, and other notes to build you the best resume possible.

I can’t promise you will get the interview you want.

I can’t promise you will get hired from this resume

But what I can promise is that I think this is the best way to give yourself the best shot at getting a firefighter job.

Pretty soon I’ll be charging $45 for a resume review, but for the next 10 people that order, I’ll knock it down to just $35 with the code ‘2024RESUME’.

What You’ll Get

Your resume review team

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