Ambitious, detail oriented individual, bringing experience as a team player with the drive to successfully complete complex projects on an individual basis, seeking employment in the Emergency Management profession, desiring a position focusing on emergency response planning, program development and management, community outreach and education, inter-agency training, and emergency event management. Extensive training and operational experience related to the National Incident Management System, National Response Framework, Incident Command System, and firefighting, emergency medical, search and rescue experience provide a solid base from which to excel in the Emergency Management career field.
Emergency Services Officer, Kentucky Wing Civil Air Patrol 2008 – 2009. Management of a nationally mandated emergency services program with participants in 12 units state wide. Assure compliance with national training curriculum. Management of personnel training and qualification records, and entry of training data into web based data management system. Advise Wing Commander on matters related to the Emergency Services Program and regulatory requirements and changes.
National Cave Rescue Commission Instructor Qualification course, 2013 Introduction to and methodology for delivery of N.C.R.C. curriculum to students of varying backgrounds at eight-day national training seminars and regional training programs, planning and conduct of mock rescue training exercises for local and state agencies. Adult education techniques, presentation development and course objective assessment.
Education Committee Representative-at-large 2014-2016 Development of N.C.R.C. curriculum. Revision of existing curriculum to reflect current equipment usage and established best practices. Establishment of new curriculum recommendations for review and acceptance by national governing body.
LFUCG-DEM Community Emergency Response Team, Guest instructor 2014 - present Development and presentation of radio operations and communication orientation program to interface with the established C.E.R.T. curriculum. Collaboration with D.E.M. staff to integrate communications element into current class curricula.
Emergency Support Function 2 Lead Coordinator, LFUCG-DEM Since 2013. Management of ESF-2 for Division. Recruitment, training, and management of volunteers to serve as coordinators and staff ESF, location and development of community communications resources including Amateur Radio and CERT members. Coordination with other county emergency services for establishment of communications plans for exercise, event and emergency management. Participation in planning, specification, installation and testing process for communications equipment for new Public Safety Operations Center.
Incident Commander Kentucky Wing, Civil Air Patrol 2007 – 2009. Management of U.S. Air Force and corporate assigned search and rescue and disaster relief missions. Personnel and asset acquisition, notification assignment, tracking and management. Mission planning, activity tracking and reporting, operations safety, finance and logistics management.
Agency Liaison Kentucky Wing, Civil Air Patrol 2007 – 2009 Serve as the primary contact to other agencies involved in an operation, establish contacts and relationships with local, state, regional, and federal agencies to support Civil Air Patrol missions.
Troubleshooting and repair of a variety of aviation navigation, communications, and electrical aircraft equipment. Installation of new and used serviceable equipment in a variety of aircraft. System integration of new equipment into existing aircraft sytems. Installation and planning of flight deck system installation and modification. Testing and certification of aircraft navigation and communications systems. Airframe modification, repair and replacement of aircraft power plant components and systems. Quality Control Manager, Mustang Aviation's F.A.A. Certified Repair Station, 2012 - present. Including personnel supervision, Aircraft retrofit project management, compliance with applicable Codes of Federal Regulation, management of test equipment maintenance and certification, parts acquisition, and inventory management, completion and management of company, state and federal documentation as required by applicable law. Coordination and completion of building maintenance and supervision of contractors employed to complete maintenance of 12500 Square foot hanger and office facility.
Operation and management of two council owned Girl Scout camp properties. Maintenance of nineteen buildings, including electrical, plumbing, heating / cooling systems, and structural upkeep and troubleshooting. Selection and oversight of contractors and personnel performing maintenance to structures and property. Oversight of council employees and volunteers. Grounds maintenance of approximately 300 acres at two sites including mowing, trimming, brush removal and control. Equipment maintenance and operation, Records management, Budgeting, and reporting.
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