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Professional Overview

Recently having a prosperous U.S. Army career, highly effective at incorporating creative leadership skills to achieve Army's objectives. Highly skilled in Human Resources that improve efficiency while meeting deadlines and budget requirements.

  • Coordinated and championed innovative solutions to improve training and efficiency for one the Army's top schools enhancing effectiveness during a period of shrinking budgets.
  • Supervised/Managed performances and providing counseling related to Army occupations, opportunities for general education and job training, promotion, rights, and benefits according to: Army regulations, Department of the Army (DA) general orders, the Uniform Code of Military Justice (UCMJ), soldier's manuals, Army Training and Evaluation Program (ARTEP) publications and MOS job descriptions specify the duties.
  • Extensive experience as Operations Manager responsible for data entry, managing the organizations Human Resource Dept. , helping and creating organizational and program-budgets in collaboration with the Army's Educational Program and Program Direct. Reporting to the U.S.Army Training and Doctrine Command (TRADOC) and serving as a member of the Management Team along with the TRADOC's Program Director and Development Director, this position's primary responsibility is ensuring organizational effectiveness by providing leadership for the organization's financial functions.Working with the management team, the position also contributes to the development and implementation of organizational strategies, policies and practices. This position will also interact with the Army's TRADOC Commander.
  • Trained/Led in Formal Army School settings for a total of 4 years starting as a Certified Basic Instructor in 2010 and ultimately earning the U.S. Army Training and Doctrine Command (TRADOC) Senior Instructor Rating and being assigned as the Senior Director. Responsible for 65 Instructors for a 52 week, highly-technical 35T Electronic Warfare/Intelligence Systems Repairer School of 350 Diverse Students, which was awarded over 60 semester hours of Electronic Engineering credit through an agreement with Cochise college.
Professional Experience
Commercial Driver, 10/2017 to 01/2018 Transport Corporation of America, Inc Eagan, Minn Coordinated daily delivery schedules based on customer schedules, peak delivery times and alternate routes. Conducted daily DOT pre-trip inspections according to a set checklist. Maintained records required for compliance with state and federal regulations. Operated tractor-trailer combinations, including doubles and triples.
Maintenance Technician, 03/2017 to 06/2017 Brewster Cheese Brewster, OH Troubleshooted equipment by running electrical and electronic testing devices. Completed routine preventative maintenance. Completed daily rounds to inspect facilities equipment.
Rural Carrier Associate, 05/2016 to 07/2016 U.S. Post Office Medina, OH I was responsible for the safe and efficient delivery and collection of the U.S. Mail, working On call/ part time when regular carriers have scheduled days off or take vacation days. As well as sell stamps, supplies, and money orders. I perform a vital function in the Postal Service, serving hundreds of families and businesses in rural and suburban areas while traveling several miles daily, working anywhere from six to seven days a week; 10 to 13 hours a day.
SFC / E-7 (RET), 01/1993 to 02/2015 United States Army

Completed a successful career with U.S. Army. Gained Senior Level Leader/manager/ Electrical-technician/trainer status.

  • Supervisor of Operations of 35T AIT; Provided Leadership, Training, and Management of a highly technical 52 week military training course worth 64 semester hours of college credit.​ Trained 274 initial entry employees producing competent trained to perform maintenance tasks associated with electronic warfare equipment and systems. 
  • Handled confidential employee information, i.e., employee compensation, employee performance issues and benefits data. U  Bravo Company, 305th Military Intelligence Battalion, 111th Military Intelligence Brigade at Fort Huachuca, AZ (2010 - 2015)
  • Served as the Senior Advisor to Chief Logistic officer in the 82nd Airborne Division providing direct leadership and guidance to a headquarters staff of 150 Soldiers, Civilians and Contractors  Operations Management, maintenance support, and Intelligence information to an organization with more than 5000 employees with branches in the United States and Oversea locations. Fort Bragg, N.C (2009-2010)
  • Served as Human Resources Specialist, recruiting, interviewing, and placing over 250 qualified personnel in a very diversified Government organization. Worked with senior management to create HR policies and procedures; recruited employees; and developed orientation, training and incentive programs. Supervised operations while implementing market penetration operations over 150 miles of marketing territory as as assisted local government and community leaders to increase production of qualified applicants. Cleveland Recruiting Battalion (2006-2009)
  • Served as Electronic Warfare/Intercept Systems Maintenance Supervisor in a hostile overseas environment and in the United States​​. Managing maintenance, equipment readiness, and training for several Soldiers and Civilian contractors. Responsible for over $15 million dollars of Governmental equipment. Fort Bragg (2003-2006)
  • Operating System: Windows 2009, Lenox, Solaris 2000
  • Software Application: MS Office 2007, MS Exchange and MS Outlook
  • Hardware: Personal computers and laptops, back-up domain controllers, Print servers, HP laser ink jet printers, Document scanners, DVD/CD ROMS, and Video Tele Conference equipment
Professional Courses and Certifications
Bachelor of Science: Electronics Technology, 2011 Cochise College Sierra Vista, AZ, Cochise
  • Completing Degree / Earned (120) Credit Hrs 4.0 GPA
Sexual Harassment/Assault Responce and Prevention , 2012 Key Military Training Fort Huachuca, AZ Trained to serve as Victim Advocate/ Response Coordinator
Counter Intell/ Human Intelligence Management , 2012 Key Military Training Fort Huachuca, AZ Trained to supervise, plan, and utilize Military Intelligence resources.
Army Senior Leaders 35T Course, 2011 Key Military Training Fort Huachuca, AZ Operations, Maintenance Management, and Technical training, Report writing, human resources  and Intercultural Communications. Graduated (Commander's List; Excellent Rating in Leadership, Oral and Written Communication)  
Electrical Maintenance/ Networking , 2011 35T Instructor / Writers Course Fort Huachuca, AZ
 Conduct classroom instruction and perform duties as a MI Systems Maintainer Integrator Instructor providing instruction for maintaining intelligence systems to insure proper function.
1. Developed, tests, maintained, and delivered moderately complex training programs and related materials in support of customer training objectives.
2. Established and reviewed course content and objectives.
3. Conducted training sessions and developed criteria for evaluating the effectiveness of training activities.
4. Maintained records of training activities, participant progress, and program effectiveness.
5. Updated course documentation on a regular basis to ensure timeliness and relevance.
6. Provided work leadership for lower level employees, including evaluating the effectiveness of their training presentations and programs.
7. Conducted research into new training, educational, and multimedia technologies.

Army Advanced 35T Leadership Course, 2007 Key Military Training Fort Huachuca, AZ Teach and supervise Soldiers in Troubleshooting Complex Electronics Systems, human resources, and Intelligence communication systems. Trained in written and Verbal; Cultural awareness; Ethical Behavior; Problem Solving; Resource Management. ( Top 10% of Class) 
Army Recruiting / Retention School, 2005 Key Military Training Fort Jackson, SC Trained on Human resources, Marketing,  Communications, recruiting regulations and Community Awareness. 
Military intelligence systems maintainer/integrator, 2003 35T AIT FT Huachuca, AZ

 Skills Obtained:

  • Test and repair communications equipment
  • Assess data from fixed, portable and wireless storage/communication devices
  • Perform operational checks on military intelligence aerial systems
Army Primary Leadership Development Course, 2002 Key Military Training Fort Bragg, NC

Skilled in:

  • job training, promotion, rights, and benefits
  • Interviewing personnel for assignment recommendations
  • Assisting Enlisted soldiers and their families with special problems or personal hardships
  • Establishing and maintaining liaison with the Army Personne Command
  • Providing career guidance
  • Managing Soldier's career Information
  • Maintaining and enter data into Enlisted Service Records
  • Gaining personnel to new commands, transfer personnel, prepare personnel for  prepare all types of separations
  • Basic Leadership skills
  • Human resources,
Defense Package of Hazardous Materials for Transportation, 2000 Key Military Training Fort Bragg, NC Training with HAZ MAT State side and oversea Regulations and State to State transportation guidelines.
Petroleum Operations, 1997 77F AIT FT Lee, VA
Skills Obtained:
  • Operating airplane refueling systems and equipment.
  • Planning and scheduling petroleum transport.
  • Operating pumps, pipelines and tanker equipment.
  • Safety regulations and procedures for handling dangerous materials.
  • Testing oil and fuels.
Security Clearance
TOP SECRET / SCI (2003/02/12 - 2017/02/09)
5 yr Periodical (2014/07)

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Professional Summary
Skills
  • Valid Class A Commercial Driver's License
  • Safe driver in adverse conditions
  • Safe driver training

  • Current medical card
  • Fast learner
  • Bilingual Spanish/English
Work History
parts specialist, Commercial driver , 10/2016 to Current
Autozone Fort Lauderdale, FL
  • Provided outstanding customer service.
  • Communicated operational issues and changes to supervisor on regular basis.
  • Recorded each delivery using the proper paperwork before leaving the warehouse.
  • Prepared merchandise for sales floor.
  • Completed all cleaning, stocking and organizing tasks in assigned sales area.
Staging Personnel, 03/2015 to 09/2015
Frito Lay Pompano Beach, FL
  • Loaded products onto trailers for delivery.
  • Processed 10 shipments per every hour.
  • Extremely fast pace environment.
  • Maximized sales by shipping on time and accurately.
  • Trained new staff on material handling processes to reduce shipping times.
  • Moved freight, stock and other materials to and from storage and production areas and loading docks.
  • Cleaned and maintained the warehouse in compliance with OSHA safety standards.
  • Stacked and stored pallets at the end of the shift to keep warehouse clean and organized.
  • Used item numbers to properly stock warehouse.
Line Cook, 08/2013 to 03/2015
Bru's Room Coral Springs, FL
  • Assisted in maintaining preparation and service areas in a sanitary condition Baked, roasted, broiled, and steamed meats, fish, vegetables, and other foods Checked temperatures of freezers, refrigerators, and heating equipment to ensure proper functioning Cleaned and inspected galley equipment, kitchen appliances, and work areas Cleaned and organized eating, service, and kitchen areas Cleaned and sterilized equipment and facilities Trained kitchen staff on proper use of equipment, food handling, and portion sizing.
  • Worked stations including pizza, omelet, soup, salad, sandwich, and dessert at a busy cafeteria.
  • Responsible for the production and plating of desserts.
  • Maintained daily cleanliness of broiler and fryers.
  • Ensured freshness of food and ingredients by checking for quality, keeping track of old and new items, and rotating stock Swept and scrubbed floors Trained new employees Ensured food was stored and cooked at correct temperature Restocked the salad bar and buffet, refilled condiments, organized pantry area and swept and mopped floors.
Professional Truck Driver, 04/2014 to 07/2014
Trans Am Trucking Rockwall, TX
  • Inspected the truck for defects and safe operating condition before, during and after trips.
  • Transported deliveries over the road.
  • Maintained a daily, legible DOT log book and submitted corresponding documents.
  • Reported all accidents, damage and malfunctions involving company equipment to management.
  • Checked shipping papers to determine the nature of load and checked for the presence of hazardous materials.
  • Successfully avoided time delivery delays by carefully planning best routes.
  • Received pick-ups and delivered them to warehouse.
  • Secured items in trailer.
  • Recorded truck plate number and mileage on receipt when refueling.
  • Contacted customers prior to delivery to confirm and coordinate delivery times.
  • Completed on-time deliveries by choosing the best and most efficient routes.
  • Recorded each delivery using the proper paperwork before leaving the warehouse.
  • No Damage to freight or the tractor trailer.
  • Great professional Truck Driver.
General Technician, 07/2012 to 08/2013
Pepboys Plantation, FL
  • Repaired, replaced and adjusted brakes and brake pads.
  • Tested vehicles and their components and systems.
  • Operated equipment such as infrared engine analyzers, compression gauges and computerized diagnostic devices.
  • Adjusted repaired systems to meet manufacturers' performance specifications.
  • Conducted routine and scheduled maintenance services such as oil changes, lubrications and tune-ups.
  • Communicated effectively with customers on future problems and repairs that might need to be addressed.
  • Reviewed work orders and discussed them with supervisors.
  • Safely used all hand and power tools, including the T-stripper, T-cutter, torque and wrench.
  • Completed routine maintenance to prevent future breakdowns.
  • Inflated tires on a test machine and adjusted controls to simulate road conditions.
  • Upheld top-quality workmanship and excellent customer service.
  • Promoted shop safety by working in a safe manner.
  • Provided outstanding customer service.
  • Followed company procedures to maintain work environment in a neat and orderly condition.
Baker and Tire Technician, 03/2010 to 08/2012
Sams Club Tire Departemt/ Bakery Sunrise, FL
  • Specialized in repairing and maintaining automotive tires.
  • Repaired, replaced tires Installed windshield wipers.
  • Customers Service/ Cashier.
  • Replaced battteries.
  • Stock Warehouse with tires,batteries.
  • Maintain a clean and neat work station Properly wrapped, boxed, and weighed bakery department products.
  • Verified proper portion sizes and consistently attained high food quality standards.
  • Regularly interacted with guests to obtain feedback on product quality and service levels.
  • Decorated cakes.
  • Stock shelves rotating the newer products to the rear.
  • Stock shelves while maintaining the freezer neat.
Maintenance worker, 06/2009 to 05/2010
L.A Fitness Coconut Creek, FL
  • Kept janitorial closets clean and organized.
  • Cleaned in and around the buildings, prioritizing safety at all times.
  • Thoroughly scrubbed and cleaned bathroom fixtures and partitions.
  • Hosed down and swept steps and sidewalks.
  • Washed and spot-cleaned files, desktops, office glass, partitions, doors and walls.
  • Inspected facility and grounds and picked up any trash.
  • Spot cleaned furniture and carpet.
  • Cleaned building floors by sweeping, mopping, scrubbing and vacuuming.
  • Mixed water and detergents in containers to prepare chemical cleaning solutions.
Customer Service Consultant, 09/2007 to 05/2010
K&G Fashion Superstore Margate, FL
  • Resolved all customer complaints in a professional manner while prioritizing customer satisfaction.
  • Answered customer telephone calls promptly and in an appropriate manner.
  • Handled all customer relations issues in a gracious manner and in accordance with company policies.
  • Determined customer needs by asking relevant questions and listening actively to the responses.
  • Welcomed customers into the store and helped them locate items.
  • Stocked and replenished merchandise according to store merchandising layouts.
  • Priced merchandise, stocked shelves and took inventory of supplies.
  • Cleaned and organized the store, including the checkout desk and displays.
  • Identified potential shoplifters and alerted management.
  • Trained two new sales associates each quarter.
  • Asked open-ended questions to assess customer needs.
parts consultant, commercial driver , 10/2016 to Current
Autozone
  • Directed individuals to merchandise locations.
  • Accepted and processed returns.
  • Suggested accessories and complementary purchases.
  • Kept work areas clean and neat at all times.
  • Worked collaboratively in team environment.
  • Tested vehicles and their components and systems.
  • Resolved all customer complaints in a professional manner while prioritizing customer satisfaction.
  • Determined customer needs by asking relevant questions and listening actively to the responses.
material handler, 03/2015 to Current
Fedx 1000 sw 34th street
  • Offloading/ loading containers from the airplane weighing up to 7,000 lbs.
  • Loaded, stowed and unloaded baggage, cargo and freight, and submitted completed documentation to management.
  • Checked air cargo against documentation to identify and resolve any discrepancies.
  • Stocked aircraft cabin interiors for flights with equipment and supplies.
  • Trained on operation of various aircrafts.
  • Coordinated with ramp agents to verify that all containers was placed on the correct outgoing flight.
Education
Automotive Certificate : Automotive ,: Automotive, 2011
ATI Automotive Technical - Oakland Park
  • 4.0 GPA
  • Coursework in Business and Communications
High School Diploma: 2009
Piper High School NW - Sunrise, FL


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Summary
Have over nine years of bilingual customer service experience, I would like to continue to use my skills and provide a high level of service, exceeding customer's expectations and keeping business flowing in a healthy positive way.
Skills
  • Results-oriented
  • Strong organizational skills
  • Active listening skills
  • Courteous demeanor
  • Energetic work attitude
  • Large cash/check deposits expert
  • Customer service expert
  • Opening/closing procedures
Experience
03/2016 to Current
Bar Porter Tropicana Las Vegas Las Vegas, NV Made engaging connections with guests to create loyalty. Served each guest with a sincere, positive, pleasant and enthusiastic attitude. Maintained a neat personal appearance. Changed beer kegs.
Cleaned and filled ice bins. Performed closing duties including cleaning, sanitizing and replenishing. Stocked beer and wine coolers.
Maintained bar stocks, replenishing daily as necessary. Upheld a high standard of cleanliness in all work areas. Served as backup for bartenders.
02/2015 to 03/2016
Commercial Driver AutoZone Las Vegas, NV Wrote receipts for loads picked up and collected payment for goods delivered and for delivery charges. Notified supervisor of any customer or delivery problems. Picked up customer loads in a timely and accurate manner. Transported freight from origin to destination in a safe and timely manner. Interacted with customers and vendors in a friendly and timely manner. Delivered customer orders to homes and places of business within established time frames.
09/2014 to 02/2015
Supervisor Marshall Retail Group Las Vegas, NV
Prevented store losses using awareness, attention to detail and integrity. Organized weekly sales reports for the sales department to track product success.Worked as a team member performing cashier duties, product assistance and cleaning. Assisted customers with store and product complaints. Closed store and balanced drawers.
07/2014 to 09/2014
Clerk/Supervisor Green Valley Grocery Las Vegas, NV Cleaned and straightened work area.  Rotated stock to maintain freshness. Operated cash register with proficiency.
10/2007 to 01/2014
Customer Service Representative Lawrence Research Group Las Vegas, NV Maintained up-to-date knowledge of store policies regarding payments, returns and exchanges. Organized weekly sales reports for the sales department to track product success. Worked as a team member performing cashier duties, product assistance and cleaning. Generated sales and inventory reports in Excel with data from a variety of sources, maintaining a 100% accuracy rate. Served as the company's only bilingual Spanish/English customer service representative. Guaranteed positive customer experiences and resolved all customer complaints.
Responsible for ringing up customers in a timely manner and guaranteeing high level of customer service. Stocked and rotated inventory regularly. Processed merchandise returns and exchanges.
12/2006 to 10/2007
Teller Community One Federal CU Las Vegas, NV Processed cash withdrawals.
Examined checks for identification and endorsement.
Processed treasury, tax and loan payments.
12/2005 to 12/2006
Vault Teller Moneytree Las Vegas, NV Opened new customer accounts, including checking, savings and lines of credit.
Managed opening and closing times for the main branch.
Balanced daily cash deposits and bank vault inventory with a zero error rate.
Processed cash withdrawals.
Examined checks for identification and endorsement.
Processed treasury, tax and loan payments.
Supplied tellers with coin and currency as needed.
Delivered prompt, accurate and excellent customer service.
Education and Training
N/A: General Studies College of Southern Nevada Las Vegas, NV, United States
N/A: General Studies Las Vegas High School Las Vegas, NV, United States
2018
High School Diploma: General Studies Clark County Adult Education Las Vegas, NV, United States

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Summary
Seeking a responsible and challenging position, where my abilities, education and special training, can have a valuable application towards building a career.
Experience
August 2017 to Current
Department of the Navy/Naval Weapons Station Seal Beach, CA Quality Assurance / Explosive Driver/Material Handler
  • See previous employment below [Department of the Navy/Naval Weapons Station (WG-8 step-5)
April 2016 to August 2017
Army Corps of Engineers South El Monte, CA Dam Operator/ Operations Safety Officer/Deployment Housing QA

  • Conducted analysis to address [issue] which led to [positive outcome]. Maintain dam, dam site, and reservoir area in good condition.
  • Duties are performed independently, applying a thorough knowledge of rules and regulations applicable to the Corps of Engineers Operation and Maintenance Manual.
  • Make minor repairs to roads and embankments involving rough grading with tractor and hand tools.
  • Patrols the reservoir area to assure maintenance of flowage easements, reporting any violations or irregularities to supervisor.
  • Performs maintenance inspections, on a continuing basis, on mechanical equipment, utility systems, buildings, and other structures and property at flood control dam.
  • Performs daily physical inspections of the dam structures, utility systems, spillways, levees, channels, fences, machinery, gates, and all equipment within the dam operations compound.
  • Make recommendations to project engineer to address issues such as work that is out of compliance.
  • Monitor construction operations of large civil projects to ensure technical compliance.
  • Investigate construction of large civil project at all stages to identify conflicts and purpose necessary corrective action.
  • Makes regular inspections of dam areas to determine major maintenance required, documents and informs supervisor of existing conditions in order that repairs of preventive maintenance may be taken care of.
  • Inspects for cracks, erosion, worn or gutted cables, vandalism, obstructions, vegetation, burrowing animals, water seepage, and boils.
  • Operates flood control gates for water releases.
  • Submits reports regularly.
  • Identify technical conflicts, deficiencies of contracting documents to ensure efficient execution of the construction project.
  • Conduct required safety meetings with government and contractor personnel to ensure compliance to safety regulations on a daily basis.
  • Operates stand by generator, hydraulic pumps and valves.
  • Performs periodic test of gate operating machinery.
  • Inspecting and properly recording gauge levels for both the reservoir and pool level, operating flood control gates, Maintains accurate and legible records and maintains a daily log.
  • Regularly reads rain gages at dam and nearby locations and reports readings to District Office; services gages and other recording devices.
  • Inspects for cracks and erosions in dam structure, flood-channel obstructions, and other signs of present and potential difficulty.
  • Assists in scheduling work, utilizing knowledge of site conditions, and local happenings.
  • Directs and /or performs various sub-journeyman level trades and crafts (i.e.
  • Carpentry, painting, plumbing, masonry, fence/rail repair, etc.
  • Work as an engineering equipment operator, running a backhoe, loader, bulldozer, excavator, bobcat and other construction type forklift's.
  • Resolve equipment breakdown, and shortages
  • And laboring, janitorial and custodial work required to maintain project appearances, using pressure sprayers, utilize motor and power tools (such as chainsaw's, weed eaters and hedger's) to clear vegetation and cut down trees.
  • Operate vehicles including 5 ton dump truck; a 1 ton pickup truck; a tractor; and several accessory items such a mower attachment, front end loader, backhoe, plow, disk spreader and drill.
  • Operate farm type tractors with mowers and attachments at dam sites, on the top and bottom of channels.
  • Uses attachments to fill in eroded areas and to clear mud, trash, rocks and other debris from channels and reservoirs.
  • Dig ditches for laying pipe and for erecting poles for fences.
  • Required to know, comply with, and promote prescribed safety rules and regulations.
  • Represents high standard of the Corps of Engineers utilizing courtesy and tact when dealing with the general public as well as with other government and non- Government agencies requesting information and assistance.
  • Performs minor mechanical, electrical, carpentry, plumbing, concrete, and fencing at the sub- journeyman level.
  • Performs preventive maintenance on equipment, hydraulic systems, hoists, pumps and stand by generator.
  • Makes minor repairs to dam structures, fences, and all government buildings on facility.
  • Repairs windows doors, platforms, walkways, shelves and benches.
  • Maintains plumbing system by replacing faucet washers, fixtures, eroded or broken pipes.
  • Removes, cleans and replaces packing and seals for utility and disposal systems and clean drains and traps, repairs leaks.
  • Mixes, places and finishes concrete products for new construction or to repair slabs, walks, steps and roadways.
  • Repairs rock and concrete sections of dams and channels, which have settled or deteriorated.
  • Reviewing production activities and capabilities in light of contract quality requirements.
  • Reviewing written quality or inspection procedures for adequacy and evaluating the implementation and effectiveness of quality/inspection systems, including sampling plans.
  • Develop training plans for employees.
  • Develop various strategies to improve organizational goals
  • Analyzing quality data to detect unsatisfactory weaknesses in the quality/inspection system.
  • Conduct job site inspections to ensure project is in compliance with the contract plans, shop drawings, and specifications and industry standards.
  • Identifying inadequacies and requesting corrective action from contractors.
  • Investigating customer complaints and deficiency reports, provide reports to contractors.
  • Reading, interpreting and applying technical data such as blueprints, engineering drawings, product and FEMA specifications and technical manuals.
  • Review plans and specifications prior to contract to determine practicability from housing viewpoints.
  • Maintains daily logs, safety reports and work performed by contractors
  • Inspect all material and equipment on housing sites to ensure compliance with contractor work.
  • Perform quality assurance reviews of contractor work to make sure compliance with contract and requirements and document findings daily.
  • Reject workmanship that do not meet requirements, call contractor to repair rejected workmanship.
  • Investigate claims and accidents by contractor.
  • Reviews contractors progress to ensure a timely schedule.
  • Work with engineers on plans and specifications.
  • Use process improvement to solve problems involving the quality of operations.
  • Monitor inventory, management programs for accurate documented discrepancies.
  • Evaluate performance measures to develop improvement in the process.
  • Monitor workplace activities to ensure that workers comply with company policies and government, safety regulations. Work with district safety officer to develop new policies.
  • Adapt new methods and create new programs and policies for ongoing improvement.
  • Gather information reports to complete reports for improvement to operations and all programs.
  • Use computer programs to create safety binders and build graphs. Create PHA's "position hazard analysis" and AHA's activity hazard analysis on every employee.
  • Perform investigation on mishaps and hazardous conditions.
  • Prepare written inspection results to document and maintain record of deficiencies and corrective actions.
  • Analyze system requirements to provide policy changes.
  • Keep up to date training records on all employees when training is due. Train employees using power-point, charts and graphs, to bring employees training records up to date, train new employees on safety. Manually input training records into computer programs. Have daily safety briefings. Create binders on all activity hazards, ensure all employees are wearing the Personal Protective Equipment and complying with OSHA safety rules and regulations.
  • Evaluate programs and processes, and make necessary changes to improve their effectiveness and efficiency.
  • Gather all safety information to present the findings to management.
September 2012 to March 2016
Naval Weapons Station, Seal Beach Seal Beach, CA Quality Assurance Specialist/Explosives Driver/Material Handler/Safety Observer
  • Maintain records such as scan data and DD Form 1348 of items that are going out of mags to ensure accuracy and completeness.
  • Use scanner to change condition codes ,defect codes, lot numbers, serial numbers.
  • Supervise and coordinate with workers in packing, inspecting and shipping of material.
  • Upload all data in a computer using OIS (ordnance information system). Use OIS to locate certain munitions. Check OIS and scan data and material to compare for accuracy. Check OIS for NARS (Notice of Ammo Reclassification). Analyze data systems such as OIS to identify ordnance operations and needs of Ordnance.
  • Review requisitions of ordnance for accuracy, quantity, quality and correct material.
  • Oversee employees in ordnance operation to ensure proper inventory, receipt, inspection and stow is in compliance with explosive policies.
  • Support RISSI and SMS such as load and unload ordnance off trucks and trailers.
  • Forklift operator, able to operate 4k and 6k, high lift, and Drexel. Operate overhead cranes to replace MHE battaries. Rig 10,000 lbs. piece's of ammo and explosive material to load on ships.
  • Explosives material handler, use scanner and printer with the OIS system to scan and make 2D labels for inventory, apply straps, pack and wrap explosives using metal banding for stow and issue, Scan all explosive in every mag for accurate inventory, receipt and stow explosives into inventory, issue explosive material to the ships and for over the road transport, file and document all the necessary paperwork for issues, compare paperwork with scan data for accuracy.
  • Rig ammunition and explosives on and off Naval ships.
  • Evaluate the explosive safety program to perform the safe handling, disposal, transportation, and storage of explosives are being done correctly.
  • Evaluate recommendations for accuracy and ensure recommendations are made in accordance with existing policy and guidelines.
  • Inspect material, Safety observer, QA (Quality Assurance) certified, supervise and train all new employees on my team, analyze failure or rejection for work products to determine effectiveness of quality control methods or standards.
  • Conduct audits and surveillances and analyzing the results in support of handling operation.
  • As a QA advise team members, team leads, and individuals on ammunition and explosive safety procedures to minimize potential mishaps.
  • Continually analyze technical data deficiencies and trends to identify and resolve problems and issues.
  • Inspect explosive handling equipment before every use to make sure maintenance has been done.
  • Develop plan of action and miles tones to accomplish goals or objective.
  • Offer technical guidance to subordinates to conduct explosive operation by following established policies and safety guidelines.
  • Conduct studies and assessment to evaluate work performance on systems, equipment, material, or process.
  • Use explosive inspection standards, manufacturer's manuals, or technical documents to ensure work performed meets specification standards.
  • Present and discuss QA audit and finding to Inventory managers
  • Knowledge of wharf operations, such as receipt and re-stow of explosives using scanner, rigging, setup and tear down operations.
  • Read ammunition and explosive (SOP's) standard operating procedures and sign when read and understood.
  • Talk to personnel and remind them to meet policy and regulations, and requirements for explosive safety qualifications to keep personnel up to date.
  • Make sure all personnel working with ammunition and explosives are fully qualified to perform the operation by checking there certifications.
  • Hold a security clearance to access keys and security codes for high level explosive areas.
  • Secure explosive's area by checking locks and codes, and making sure all personnel around the area have proper access.
  • Investigate inventory manager complaints and deficiency reports, providing identification of causes to appropriate authorities, reading interpreting and applying technical data such as drawings, specifications, or technical manuals.
  • Inspect trucks and transport explosive material from base to base and on station to the ship and magazines.
  • Advises installation personnel of off post transportation procedures, rules and regulations regarding shipments.
  • Direct personnel in loading cargo, check for correct weight and weight distribution and blocking and bracing in accordance with DOT rules and regulations.
  • Review request for specialized cargo like cat 1 and cat 2 material to determine proper handling, shipping, packaging, and authorizations.
  • Train new personnel in explosive safety to prevent accidents.
December 2011 to September 2012
J&S Auto Repair Hesperia, CA Shop Supervisor
  • Evaluate and inspect work, distribute work assignments to personnel, manage and sign work contracts, weekly payroll using a variety of computer programs. Handle Customer complaints, cashier, check for proper filings for audits and inspection, Mechanic, changing breaks, motor swaps, axles, rotors, spark plugs, timing belts, water pumps, radiators, springs, head gaskets, fuel pumps, heavy equipment changing seals and hydraulic lines, PMCS ect.
  • Resolve problems on operation with management with customer repairs, contracts with fleet vehicles and auctioned vehicles.
  • Serves as head technical consultant with repairs and maintenance.
  • Interpret an operators manual to determine the correct types of oils and grease required for maintenance of equipment.
  • Inspect work products, such as completed maintenance to ensure they meet quality standards.
  • Evaluate recommendations on maintenance procedures using manuals and experience.
  • Responsible for ensuring serviceability, reliability of all equipment and repairs.
  • Develop and maintain technical data to make sure proper protocol is being followed on equipment.
  • Recognize trends in determining logistical support support requirements and equipment programs concerning fleet maintenance.
  • Technical knowledge of maintenance, and inspection of equipment.
  • Analyzes and collects maintenance and repair data for efficiency.
  • Prepares programs, policies, and activities for equipment services.
  • Review personnel work and work sites. Clean work areas.
August 2008 to December 2011
Northrop Grumman/VTS Fort Irwin, CA Lead/Class a CDL Truck Driver
  • Account for employees and their daily mission, train and supervise all employees. Distribute work assignments to drivers. Lead a convoy, using maps, GPS and coordinates.
  • Is responsible for ensuring the serviceability, and reliability of all fleet equipment.
  • Able to drive fuel truck, water truck, reefer truck, PLS, HLS, 5 ton cargo, and Humvee ,loader and operate ten ton dump trucks. Drive tractor trailer to haul heavy equipment, using chains and binders to secure cargo.
  • Has an extensive knowledge of current automotive equipment available in the army inventory.
  • Recommend interchangeable equipment modification in order to make items acceptable.
  • Drive fuel trucks to FOB and trans-load fuel from tanker to tanker, measure fuel tankers daily.
  • Load and unload explosives and transport explosive material.
  • Strap down equipment using chains, binders and wenches to load equipment.
  • Transport supplies to our soldier's in their training.
  • Operate PMCS vehicles.
  • Operate radios or telephones to communicate with base station or other vehicles.
  • Drive a 980c wheel Loader with container attachments to load cont. on trucks.
  • Maintained a Military crane license for over 3 years while working in fort Irwin
  • Operate Carry deck cranes, boom cranes, truck mounted cranes and telescopic cranes with load compasity of 30 tons.
  • Operate cranes to move heavy equipment, lumber ect.
  • Plan the movement of cranes to prevent damage to the equipment or injury of personnel.
  • Adjust the length, angle, radius, and position of crane boom to compensate for variations in lifting compasity.
  • Use safety when operating cranes and crane movement to avoid quick drops, jerks, and sudden movements.
  • Adhere to quality standards to verify that crane operations are completed at satisfactory level.
  • Use technical data and instructions to find anchor points for hoisting specific objects.
  • Coordinate with other crane operators and riggers when moving large or heavy objects.
  • Use safety to prevent mishaps when performing positioning, blocking, and bracing.
  • Use signals to receive and give directions during weight handling and lifting operations.
  • Use load charts to determine cranes lifting compasity.
  • Consider size, weight, quantity, and shape before crane operation.
September 2007 to December 2007
CRST Van Expedited Cedar Rapids, IA Commercial Driver
  • Drive cross country mapping out destinations to transport and delver loads safely and efficiently in a timely manner to our customers PMCS truck before every trip, and complete daily logs.
April 2006 to August 2006
Nutro Logistics Victorville, CA Material Handler
  • Warehouse worker, forklift driver, material handler, inventory, use scan data to look up codes and serial numbers, and lot numbers, loading and unload trailers and inspect for accurate quantity, and accurate material, palletize inventory using shrink- wrap machine, and align, stock pallets into location.
August 2004 to April 2006
Excel Logistics Victorville, CA Material Handler/Traffic Coordinator
  • Arrange transport of material with shipping companies.
  • Plan and coordinate action, to correct and prevent errors, delays and complications with freight shipments.
  • Track lost shipment of material.
  • Estimate UPS,DHL and postal rates for best cost on shipments.
  • Warehouse worker, forklift driver able to operate sit down lift, stand up lift and clamp lift.
  • Receive goods and direct personnel with cargo to correct departments and storage areas.
  • Direct delivery drivers to the correct shipping doors.
  • Review requests for transport of cargo and determine the best shipping methods taking into consideration of freight classification and special handling.
  • Prepare invoices, bills of lading, and shipping documents, for shipments.
  • Count and inspect items issued and received, check with paperwork and other documents for accuracy and rejections.
  • Contact customers, shippers, and vendors to resolve problems with shipments.
  • Stack and align and lace tires on metal pallets, use a RF scanner for correct material to be shipped, use computer to make labels and print labels for material, printout scan data and match with material using lot numbers and codes for accurate shipment, customer service, train new employees on RF scanner, and basic operation of warehouse duties.
June 2002 to July 2004
Peterson's Lumber and Sawmill Hesperia, CA Supervisor, Carpenter, Equipment Operator
  • Build additions using blueprints, framing and building sheds, roofing , build retaining walls using brick and block, create walk ways and pathways using concrete, measuring and painting. Fixing car's, truck's, diesels, wheel loaders, maintenance forklift, on wheel loaders change seals hydraulic lines and assist with engine swaps, head gaskets, radiator changes, oil and hydraulic fluid changes, and do all preventive maintenance every day. Utilize air compressors, saws, drills and power tools. Use manufacturers drawings in order to perform maintenance on industrial equipment. Ensure operations and maintenance of equipment is accordance to manufacturer guidelines.
  • Build industrial and residential garages.
  • Participate in meetings to discuss constructions and contract disagreements to recommend solutions.
  • Ensure safety procedures are being followed and report any safety violations at work site. Anticipate issues before any arise during heavy equipment operation.
  • Interpret and apply manufacturers repair manuals and technical specifications, schematics, engineering drawings, diagnostic codes, computer printouts, environmental and safety manuals, etc.
  • Determine work methods and work sequences to use in making extensive and complex repairs of heavy mobile equipment.
  • Perform a full range of maintenance tasks while in accordance with safety procedures and regulations to prevent injury to self, others or damage to material, equipment and facilities.
  • Operate grader, bulldozer, loader, excavator, trencher, and backhoe to grade foundations, move material and deliver building and mobile homes. Operate pedestal mounted cranes to place construction material.
  • Use diesel tractor tailor combinations, front end loaders, dump trucks, three axle tilt deck trailers.
  • Prepare status reports to keep stakeholders, and special interest groups informed on current status of construction projects.
  • Instructing others to keep work flow progressing to meet schedules. Inspect, accept or reject work of others.
  • Build house additions and sheds and supervise employees on day to day building and project requirements.
  • Communicate with co-workers and customers to convey information under stressful and time sensitive conditions to build good relationships.
  • Conduct job site inspections to ensure project is in compliance with the contract plans, drawings and specifications.
  • Identify obstacles to contract completion to ensure delivery of technically sound projects on time and under budget.
  • Manage construction project at all stages to resolve problems involving conflict between the plans and specifications.
  • Perform carpentry to design and fabricate general and special wooded structures and bracing, forms for concrete.
  • Supervise employees on construction and heavy equipment operations, such as grading , trenching, and soil compaction. Reading blueprints and schematics and using standard mathematical equations to read grade stakes in relation to angles, arcs and slopes.
  • Make on the spot decisions to implement a plan of action to avoid a delay in construction.
  • Conduct final inspections and prepare punch list to ensure the construction project is in compliance with the contract.
Education and Training
Options for Youth
Victorville, CA
Deep Creek Construction School, Hesperia CA State Certificate Heavy Equipment Operator Sky Bay Trucking School, Hesperia CA (Class A License with TX endorsements) OSHA 30 hour construction and 40 hour (EM 385) health and safety certification Dam and Levy Safety 40 hour certification

Introduction to hazardous material ashore cert.
Hazardous material control and Management technician cert.

Army learning Management Center

AMMO-10 Ammunition Quality Assurance
AMMO-31 Environmental Consideration for ammo pers
AMMO-43-DL Container Re-inspection
AMMO-49 Naval Explosive Safety Managers/ Supervisors orientation
AMMO-51-MV Naval Motor Vehicle inspection 

AMMO-51-RC Railcar Inspection
AMMO-108 Ammo Handlers

Qualifications

OSHA Cert, Quality Assurance specialist, Safety Officer, Project Manager.  State certified rigger and in load and lash.  Forklift operator, Class A Driver. Hazmat certified, State certified Engineering  Equipment Operator.