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SUMMARY OF QUALIFICATIONS
Results-driven, mid-level supervisor with over 20 years of combined military and civilian workforce experience in operations management and technical healthcare positions, seeking to make a direct impact within a dynamic team by utilizing strengths in maintenance, quality control, humanitarian assistance, and leadership. Proven ability to accomplish any given mission in top form, with savings in: time, capital, and human resources. Well-developed time management skills. Strong ability to manage diverse workforce teams in dynamically changing environments. Proactive approach to problem solving. Spotless record of positively affecting entire organization. Mission focused team player that will contribute to the overall success of an organization.
Areas of Experience:
• Medical Technology • HAZMAT
• Teaching/Training • Emergency Responder
• American Medical Technologists (AMT) • Maintenance
US Army Reserve, TX April 2008- July 2011
Observer, Controller/ Trainer
Performed developmental counseling and evaluations of 5 team members to establish and enforce military and training standards and perform corrective actions.
Supervised 5 instructors, up to 20 contract employees and 5-50 trainees during situational training exercises guiding training units toward fulfilling training objectives and standards.
Instructed First Aid, Basic Skills and Detainee Operations courses for 3 theaters (Procedures, Standards of conduct and rules of engagement, as well as many cultural considerations, vary for each region) of operations.
Developed lesson plans and standard operating procedures, prepared and implemented training plans and evaluated 7-15 trainees on established training objectives in accordance with training standards and objectives.
Operated the supply and logistics for a team of 30 personnel by conducting the inventory, property and document control, as well as issued and received equipment totaling approximately $500,000. Maintained supply records by conducting periodic inventories, monitoring equipment usage and maintenance. Shipping and receiving of supplies in order to maintain required stock of materials. Maintained and repaired equipment as needed. Researched and submitted cost estimates for maintenance, procurement and repairs of supplies and equipment.
Conducted safety inspections and enforced safety regulations on local, OSHA, Army and National Fire Protection Agency standards, which included maintaining unit fire extinguishers to include coordinating periodic servicing and inspections which ensured the 100% usability of equipment.
Oregon Medical Laboratories, OR October 2006-April 2007
Medical Laboratory Technician
Performed routine and special testing in the Hematology, Chemistry, Hematology and Urinalysis sections in a reference laboratory setting.
Conducted testing, serial dilutions and certified results for approximately 1000 specimens per day
Performed routine Maintenance, Quality Control and Calibrations on approximately over $1,000,000 worth of laboratory equipment.
Conducted microscopic exams on Blood, Urine and other bodily fluids in order to conduct cell counts and identify crystal and cell types, abnormalities and the presence of microscopic organisms. Prepared and stained slide specimens for examination in order to aid in the identification of microorganisms and conduct differential cell counts.
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U.S. Army, Ft Riley, KS September 2000 - September 2006
Medical Laboratory Technician
Performed testing in the Hematology, Chemistry, Hematology, Blood Bank and Urinalysis sections in a 48-bed hospital.
Provided test results for up to 200 specimens per day.
Prepared Micro Biology specimens, and perform serological testing on approximately 200 specimens per week.
Performed phlebotomy on 50 - 100 patients per day.
Acted as a Member of the Hazardous Materials Response Team and the Emergency Security Detail in order to prepare for security and HAZMAT issues.
Supervised and trained 1-4 staff members by providing equipment training.
Interacted and with dozens of foreign nationals and soldiers daily while stationed in Korea, Japan and Saudi Arabia in order to provide a safe and efficient work environment to a diverse workforce full of social and cultural differences.
Riley County Fire Protection District, Manhattan, KS December 2003 - September 2006
Performed and supervised preventive maintenance $300,000 worth of equipment
Tested equipment and conducted inventories, maintained training and supply records and prepared reports for maintenance and training
Rescue Technician conducting high angle recues and vehicle extrications utilizing ropes, hand tools and hydraulic equipment.
Pump and Water supply operations utilizing 1000-4000 gallon water tenders and fire hydrants in order to maintain a 500 gallon per minute flow standard.
Respond to life-threatening emergencies ranging from 1 to 5 alarm fires including wild land and structural fires.
Conduct emergency medical services such as first aid and cardiopulmonary resuscitation to injured persons.
Attended in-service training classes to remain current in knowledge of codes, laws, ordinances, and regulations
Participated in fire prevention and safety awareness events in the local community.
Operated 25,000 – 35,000 pound trucks and hydraulic equipment and a large variety of hand tools
AAS, Fire Science - Rogue Community College, OR, 1998
AGS, General Studies Math/Science - Rogue Community College, OR, 1996
Certificate, Medical Laboratory Technician - Academy of Health Sciences, Houston, TX, 2002
Certificate, Emergency Program Manager - Emergency Management Institute/ FEMA, Emmetsburg, MD, 1998
Certificate, Hazardous Materials for Medical Personnel - Emergency Management Institute/ FEMA, Emmetsburg, MD, 1998
Certifications and Licenses
Certification, Hazardous Materials Worker/ Emergency Responder (HAZWOPER) - Barton County Community College, Ft Riley, KS, 2003
Certification, Medical Technologist - American Medical Technologists (AMT)
Class C Drivers License