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Professional Summary

An energetic culinarian with a passion for food looking to expand my knowledge of the culinary and tourism industry. Having 4 years of cooking experience in American Chinese, Local Hawaiian and Hotel Cuisine.  Believing that "learning is a never ending process" there will always be something new to learn when it comes to cooking.

  • Basic Fundamentals of Cooking
  • Knowledge of Kitchen Equipment
  • Basic Knife Skills
  • Food Safety & Sanitation
  • Working Clean & Neat
  • Proper Lifting of Heavy Items
  • Detail Oriented
  • Fluent in English and Filipino
  • Team Player
  • "Mise En Place" (Organized)
  • Effective Listener
  • Proper Communication
  • Being Profesional
  • Dependable/Flexible
  • Adaptable
  • Strong work ethic
Work History
10/2016 to Current
Cooks Helper Sheraton Princess Kaiulani Honolulu, HI
  • Prepared food items consistently and in compliance with recipes, portioning, cooking and waste control guidelines from the chef.
  • Verified proper portion sizes and consistently attained high food quality standards.
  • Cooked and served food and meals in accordance with planned menus, diet plans, recipes, portions, temperature control procedures and facility policies.
  • Basic knowledge of operating ovens, stoves, grills, microwaves, fryers, and other kitchen equipment.
  • Practiced proper food safety procedures.
  • Basic Knife Skills.
  • Organized, Clean As You Go, Mise En Place Attitude
  • Reported to all shifts professionally dress and on time ready to work.
  • Being able to adapt to various responsibilities and changes positively.
  • Maintaining professional attitude at all times.
  • Being a Team Player in the kitchen
  • Communicate and work efficiently with co-workers/management.
  • Detail Oriented
01/2015 to 10/2016
Restaurant Cook Zippy's Waipio Waipahu, HI
  • Prepared food items consistently and in compliance to Zippy's recipes and food guidelines.
  • Followed proper portion sizes.
  • Cooked and plated customers orders correctly and on time.
  • Practice FIFO method when dealing with storing of food in walk-ins, reach-in refrigerators, and freezers.
  • Changed and sanitized all cutting boards, benches and surfaces when beginning a new task to avoid cross-contamination.
  • Practiced proper food safety handling procedures at all times.
  • Able to multi task in other areas of the kitchen when needed.
  • Cooperated and Communicated with other workers/management well.
11/2014 to Current
Kitchen Prep Line Cook Panda Express, Lumiaina Street, Waipahu, HI, United States Waipahu, HI
  • Verified that all prepared food met every standard for quality and quantity.
  • Prepared a variety of foods according to customers' orders or supervisors' instructions, following approved procedures.
  • Followed food safety procedures according to company policies and health and sanitation regulations.
  • Followed recipes according to Panda Express guidelines/procedures.
  • Prepared quality products while maintaining proper food safety practices, portion control and presentation within service goal times.
  • Stored food in designated containers and areas to prevent spoilage or cross-contamination.
  • Ensuring a clean safe and organized working environment for management, employees, and of customers/guests.
  • Performed all position responsibilities accurately and in a timely manner.
  • Cooked food in different batches.
  • Learned how to "wok cook" (using spatulas and ladles)
  • Cross-trained to accomplished multiple responsibilities.
  • Routinely moved and stocked food products weighing up to 100 pounds or more.
Currently Enrolled
Hariett Program - Windward Community College And Hariett Training Center
  • Food Services Technology Classes
  • Career And Job Training 
  • Dinner Cook Certification
  • ServSafe Food Protection Manager Certification
Certificate of Completion
Leeward Community College - HI
  • Culinary Arts Certificate.
  • Basic Vocational Certificate: Baking
  • Basic Vocational Certificate: Fundamentals of Cookery
  • Coursework in Culinary and Restaurant Management
  • Food Science And Nutrition
  • Food Services Technology Classes
  • Serv Safe Certification
Sheraton Princess Ka'iulani 
Po'okela Award 3rd QTR 2017
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Skilled security professional with  providing security services in federal buildings, corporate settings, apartment complexes, retail facilities and construction sites.

  • CPR and Child CPR Training
  • CCTV experience
  • Security officer training
  • Natural leader
  • Skilled in conflict resolution
  • AED certified
  • TWIC Card/Guard Card
  • OSHA training
07/2017 to 09/2018
Shift Supervisor Securitas Security company Houston, Tx
  • Recorded required data for incident reports and files in a timely manner.
  • Supervised property entrances and exits and monitored employee safety.
  • Developed and implemented training procedures for all newly hired personnel.
  • Recommended improvements in security systems and procedures.
  • Monitored the entire facility using CCTV while simultaneously performing dispatch duties.
03/2014 to 06/2017
Grout Helper Nuovo Parts Houston, TX
  • Keep jobsite neat, clean, and organized.
  • Supported skilled tradesman with materials, tool, and equipment.
  • Ran heavy machinery to dig trenches and  smooth elevations.
  • Unloaded material from delivery truck vehicles.
  • Followed all company and OSHA regulation.
Bachelor of Science: Occupational Safety and Health Columbia Southern University Orange Beach, AL, United States
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case management, Crisis Intervention, grant proposals, inspection, Inspector, Logistics, mediation
Marine Corps Logistics Base May 2004 to September 2014 Victim Witness Liaison Officer Domestic Violence/Child Abuse Victims Advocate
Albany, Georgia
  • Responsible for standing-up and managing daily operations of the Sexual Assault Prevention & Response (SAPR), Victim Witness Assistance Programs (VWAP) for the Marine Corps Logistics Base in Albany Georgia/Blount Island Command, Jacksonville Florida to include drafting standard operating procedures (SOP), commanders policy letters, and base orders as directed while ensuring state and federal statues were met. 
  • Proficient with Department of Defense (DOD) Sexual Assault Incident Database (DSAID) and case management system, recorded incident statistics, individual demographics, criminal case disposition.
  • Coordinated, conducted, and inspected those independent unites/activities not under the operational or administrative chain of command of the MCLB commander to ensure mission readiness/compliance with Inspector General (IG) of the Marine Corps Functional Area Checklists for SAPR/SARC and VWOP
  • Submitted written inspection findings, readiness assessments, and purposed Corrective Action Plan to individual unit commanders/ Headquarters Marine Corps SAPR Division/ Judge Advocate General of the Marine Corps
  • At the direction of the commanding officer, in tandem with the installation IG, investigated Congressional Inquiries involving allegations of a sexual assault, family violence, or alleged mishandling of an investigation involving a victim or witness of a crime.
  • Negotiated Memorandums of Understanding (MOU) with community law enforcement, States Attorney's offices, and Department of Children and Families services to exchange information related military members/base personnel in an efficient and timely manner.
  • Sustained affiliation with local domestic violence shelter, Lily Pad sexual assault response center, military and civilian healthcare providers, among others.
  • Notable: Founding members of the Lily Pad Sexual Assault Response Center serving 26 area counties, board of director's for 8+ years.
  • Completed background screenings for military and/or civilian volunteer advocates to include criminal history check via National Crime Information Center (NCIC), reviewed/approved all advocate credentialing application packages for submission to National Organization of Victims Assistance (NOVA) maintained monthly on-call schedule for the afterhours victims advocate and for the installation 24/7 sexual assault hotline.
  • Notable: Served as the on-call advocate and hotline advocate simultaneously for 642 days.
  • Provided quarterly training for first responders on victimology, victim services, ethical standards, confidentiality, Full Faith & Credit, Lautenberg amendment, and/or recent military directives governing Sexual assault, Domestic violence, and Child abuse protocol.
  • Provided annual awareness training to all installation personnel on Domestic Violence, Child Abuse, Sexual Assault, Sexual Harassment, and Stalking, Teen Dating Violence, and/or Bystander Intervention techniques.
  • Planned, coordinated, and executed minimum of 5 annual public awareness campaigns/ events, i.e., Pinwheels for Prevention, Walk a Mile in Her Shoes, Family Violence Awareness ride for law enforcement, military, and veterans; candle light vigils, and awards recognition of community partners.
  • Notable: In 2013 the Secretary of the Navy ordered all military/civilian personnel to complete mandatory sexual harassment/ sexual assault awareness training within thirty days.
  • Working 12 hour days, I and two military staff members successfully trained over 5400 individuals aboard MCLB, Logistics staff at Blount Island command, Jacksonville Florida, and a 15 person detachment in Afghanistan via satellite.
  • As an advocate worked with MCLB Provost Marshals Office (PMO), Criminal Investigations Division (CID), and Naval Criminal Investigative Services (NCIS) responding in tandem with investigators, provided advocacy support during investigative process, completed victim risk/needs assessments, individualized safety plan, shelter placement, assistance with Temporary Protection Orders (TPO), accompanied victims to medical appointments, court hearings, and served as a liaison between the victim and military leadership.

Hernando County Clerk of the Circuit Court September 1996 to September 1998 Division Supervisor
Brooksville, Florida
  • Supervised three staff in daily operations of the Family Law Division, processed civil petitions for domestic violence restraining orders, paternity, and child support/dissolution of marriage.
  • Prepared weekly court dockets for three Circuit court judges; synchronized after hour's on-call schedule for Circuit Judges.
  • Processed child support payments in excess of $150,000.00 weekly, submitted daily balance sheets/ bank deposit.
  • Notable: Served two years as Chairman of the Hernando County Domestic Violence Task Force which was comprised of 21+ community agencies.
Suspended & Truant Youth August 1994 to August 1996 Services Coordinator
Florida Department of Juvenile Justice January 1991 to August 1994 Program Supervisor /Reentry Aftercare Counselor
  • Tracked incarcerated youth via state commitment system, assigned reentry counselors, facilitated multi-disciplinary case review meetings with assigned counselors/probation officers, reviewed court ordered sanctions prior to preparing pre/post disposition report recommendations and/or transfer/release summaries for presiding judge, compiled statistical data for quarterly/yearly reports; Supervised seven Reentry counselors throughout five counties in reunification of committed youth within their community, school, and family while completing court ordered sanctions.
  • As a Counselor conducted after hour's home visits, provided family mediation, and independent living/life skills training.
  • Notable: Chairman of the Hernando County DJJ Council /District Five DJJ Board.
United States Navy September 1985 to December 1990 Petty Officer
Youth & Family Alternatives, Inc Commitment Placement Coordinator
  • Completed needs assessments on student's habitually truant youth, completed referrals for individual and family services, provided academic support to students, assisted on site counselor with facilitating daily life skills groups.
  • Documented essential data for grant compliance, completed statistical reports, drafted grant proposals requesting continued funding of 501C3 partnership grant between department of education/ law enforcement.
  • Objective: decrease student dropout numbers by curbing excessive truancy amongst Hernando county high school students.
  • Notable: Achieved 20% decline in truancy/dropout rate in 94/95 and 95/96 school years.
Naval Station Guantanamo Bay Cuba Assistant Command Career Counselor
Division Training Officer
  • Public Works Department, Naval Station Guantanamo Bay Cuba Coordinator Dignitary visits, Commanding Officers Staff, Naval Training Center Orlando Legal Assistant Naval Staff Judge Advocate General (JAG) Corps, Naval Training Center Orlando Construction Equipment Mechanic, Construction Battalion Unit 419, Naval Annex Orlando Honorable Discharge, Veterans Disability rating 60% Navy Achievement Medal, Good Conduct Medal, Overseas Service Ribbon, Sharpshooter M16.
Education and Training
Odessa Montour High School Department of Defense Sexual Assault Advocate Credentialed-Tier 4 (NOVA), Victim Witness Assistance Program (VWAP) Liaison Officer; Marine Corps Community Services (MCCS) Managers Training, Sexual Assault Prevention and Response (SAPR) Program Manager Certification, Sexual Assault Response Coordinator (SARC) and Uniform Victim Advocate (UVA) certification, Domestic Violence/Child Abuse Victims Advocate (VA) certification . Odessa, New York Instructor/Trainer for: Sexual Harassment vs. Sexual Assault, Ethics, Full Faith & Credit, Lautenberg Amendment, and Stalking: Technology/Social media. Non-violent Crisis Intervention, Coordinated Community Response, Childhood Exposure to Domestic Violence, Child Protective Services/Identifying child abuse, Interstate Custody agreements, Bystander Intervention, Teen Dating Violence, Orders of Protection, Family Violence Risk Assessments& Safety Planning; Understanding Behavioral changes associated with Post Traumatic Stress (PTSD)/Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI), Facilitating Families understanding of PTSD/Impact on family life; among many others.
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Professional Summary

Motivated Comm Tech with more than 5years in the telecom industry. Adaptable and personable with a focus on customer service.

Skilled Installation Technician with superb problem solving and multi-tasking skills.

Work History
Comm Tech 2, 03/2015 to Current
IES CommunicationsAltoona, IA
  • Ran cables and connected receivers.
  • Installed cable support systems and prepared workstation outlets.
  • Terminated CAT 6
  • Positioned and terminated cables, wires and strapping.
  • Tested UTP copper and fiber cabling.
  • Fabricated fiber optics to be prepared to be spliced. 

Comm Tech, 09/2014 to 03/2015
IES CommunicationsAltoona, IA
  • Terminated CAT 6 copper.
  • Installed cable support systems and prepared workstation outlets.
  • Positioned and terminated cables, wires and strapping.
  • Tested UTP copper and fiber cabling.
  • Rack build for 2 post and 4 post. 

Comm Tech, 06/2014 to 09/2014
Source2, Inc.Des moines, IA
  • Positioned and terminated cables, wires and strapping.
  • Tested UTP copper and fiber cabling.
  • Cat 6 terminating. 

Security Gaurd, 06/2013 to 04/2014
NPI securityDes Moines, IA
  • Monitored and authorized entrance and departure of employees and visitors.
  • Denied entrance to the building to unauthorized persons.
  • Secured all doors in the office and main building after hours.
  • Performed surveillance of suspects using binoculars, cameras and camcorders.

Electrician Apprentice, 04/2013 to 06/2013
Proctor Mechanical LLCWest Des Moines, IA

  • Dug trenches, backfilled holes and compacted earth to prepare for new construction.
  • Consistently assumed additional responsibilities and worked extended hours to meet project deadlines.
  • Loaded and unloaded building materials used for construction.
  • Conduit pipe bending.
  •  Run electrical wires. 

Electrician Apprentice, 12/2011 to 04/2013
Nelson Electric CompanyAmes, IA
  • Dug trenches, backfilled holes and compacted earth to prepare for new construction.
  • Run electrical wires in conduits. 
  • Basic electrical appliance including switches,  outlets, and light fixtures. 
Electrical Helper, 10/2011 to 12/2011
Ryan Electrical Services IncDes moines, Iowa

  • Maintained a working area that was clean, safe and stocked with appropriate equipment and supplies.
  • Interpreted drawings, wiring diagrams, flow charts and written descriptions of the project requirements.

GED: 2011
DMACC - Ankeny, IA
1st Year Electrical ABC Trade - Waukee, IA
  • Telecommunications specialist
  • Motivated team player
  • Good knowledge with fluke versiv and JDSU testing equipment
  • Basic mathematical aptitude
  • Flexible schedule
  • Worked three years at the Altoona data center. 
  • Exceptional multi-tasker