Bryan Rabenberg, Systems Admin III, Snap-On Inc.
To uphold the goals and organizational values of the City of Shelby Fire Department
by delivering exemplary service through ethics, compassion and humility.
Supervision of fire suppression employees during emergency and non-emergent situations; Fire prevention and community education as it relates to fire and life safety. Current Paramedic certification (State and County).
Dual-assignment: Orange County Intelligence Assessment Center; Responsibilities include intelligence gathering of suspicious activity reports and training of fire department terrorism liaison officers. Also assigned to North Operations Division as a patrol deputy.
Responsible for training and education for the department. Assigned several projects during tenure to reach training and development goals of line personnel.
Operate within a multi-disciplined, information and intelligence sharing fusion center to collect, analyze, and disseminate information on all criminal risks and safety threats to law enforcement, fire, health, private and public sectors in the Orange County, California area.
Responsible for determining origin & cause of all fires, witness interviewing and fact gathering, photography of the scene, report preparation and courtroom testimony as an expert witness.
Elected position. Scheduled and created agenda for monthly task force meetings. Conducted meetings and training in support of the mission of the group and as per the Orange County annex.
Fire suppression duties; Basic and advanced level care of the sick and injured.
Fire suppression duties; Emergency medical care of the sick and injured.
Fire suppression duties; Basic and advanced level medical care of the sick and injured.
Fire suppression and medical response duties as part of an on-call response team. Two years spent on a wildland fire crew and the remainder of the time spent as a Firefighter/FAE on a Type 1 Engine Company.
Associate of Arts in General Education
Completed Levels 2 and 3 of the three-part law enforcement modular stress academy as a Reserve Deputy Sheriff for the Orange County Sheriff's Department.
Demonstrated core competency at the Chief Officer level as required by the California State Fire Marshal's Office. Certification hours: 400+
Demonstrated core competency at the Fire Officer level as required by the California State Fire Marshal's Office. Certification hours: 400+
80-hour course delivery in the field of fire investigation. Topics included ethics, fire behavior, arson motives and techniques, origin and cause determination, scene safety for fire investigators, fire modeling, report preparation and courtroom testimony.
Demonstrated core competency as a Fire Investigator as required by the California State Fire Marshal's Office. Certification hours: 160+
Completed course curriculum required for certification as an EMT-Paramedic in the State of California. Formal education included didactic, clinical and field work.
Reserve Sheriff's Deputy, Orange County Sheriff's Department (2016-Present)
Reserve Sheriff's Deputy (Level II): Sworn peace officer and have completed the Peace Officer Standards and Training (P.O.S.T.) certification in accordance with California State legislation and Orange County Sheriff Department hiring policies. Duties include patrol and assignment to the Orange County Intelligence Assessment Center (Non-paid, volunteer position)
President, Extra Life Orange County (2013-2016)
Extra Life Orange County is a non-profit organization in affiliation with Children's Miracle Network Hospitals, benefiting CHOC Children's in the City of Orange. Duties include oversight of an elected committee, overall scope and vision for the group, event planning and general organization of fundraising efforts. This is an elected position.
Coordinator, Games for Soldiers Drive (2012-2014)
Games for Soldiers is a charity effort in which various entertainment items such as video games, magazines, books and videos are collected and packaged for distribution to American soldiers deployed in combat zones. Our efforts help to provide a bit of "home" to our protectors abroad. This is a volunteer position.