airborne infantryman combat life saver instructor resume example with 7+ years of experience

Jessica Claire
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I am a mature, self-starting individual with a wide variety of experiences and skills to draw from. From learning a multitude of metal fabrication and welding techniques during extensive programs that spanned over 8 months, to working with many different Navy Sailors with unique skill sets while underway in the Pacific Ocean, to operating in a plethora of Emergency Medical environments, I have achieved the ability to learn quickly and to apply that which I have been taught to the best of my capabilities. I wish to find an organization in which I can hone in on the metal fabrication and welding techniques that I received extensive training in, and to become an asset and a valuable member of the team in which I find myself.

  • Grinding/Finishing
  • Hydraulic Press Operation
  • Welding Blueprint/Symbol Reading
  • Plasma Cutting
  • Oxy Fuel Cutting/Welding
  • TIG Welding
  • Flux Core Welding
  • MIG Welding
  • Stick Welding
  • Hand and Power Tool Operation
  • Coordinating Training
  • Reviewing Records
  • Wilderness Survival
  • Small Arms Weaponry
  • Radio Communications
  • Safety Protocols
  • Teamwork and Loyalty
  • Team Leadership
  • Managing Safety Gear
  • Communications Equipment
  • Sound Decision Making
  • Storage Procedures
  • Scuba Diving
  • Parachuting
  • Ambulance Transport
  • Field Patient Assessments
  • Respiratory Care Assessment
  • Medical Data Acquisition
  • Emergency Medical Team Coordination
  • Police and Fire Coordination
  • Advanced Lifesaving Procedures
  • Patient Data Analysis
  • Tactical Operations
  • Emergency Vehicle Driving
  • First Aid
Airborne Infantryman/ Combat Life Saver Instructor, 11/2020 to Current
Munson Medical CenterGaylord, MI,
  • As an Airborne Infantryman, we are trained to be deployable via parachute to conduct light infantry operations in critical environments. In my infantry training course, I was among the top 2% in a group of approximately 250 individuals in terms of physical performance, mental proficiency and tactical ability. During my time, I have overseen and directed combat life saver training for company sized elements (approximately 250 soldiers) ensuring that proper first aid skills and basic trauma management techniques were understood to a high degree by all members of the company of which I was a part.
Emergency Room Technician, 01/2020 to 11/2020
UCHealth University Of Colorado HospitalCity, STATE,
  • As a member of the largest hospital system in the state of Colorado, my role as an emergency room technician was to provide medical aid to critical patients, manage triage, and to assist and cooperate with other emergency room providers, including physicians, physician's assistants, nurses, and other emergency room technicians during the early stages of the COVID-19 pandemic.
EMT-IV, 01/2017 to 01/2020
Department Of Defense, US Air ForceCity, STATE,
  • As a Department of Defense contracted EMT-IV, my role on an Advanced Life Support unit was to provide emergency medical care for personnel on the United States Air Force Academy and Schriever Air Force Base, as well as to provide coverage on the interstate highways and portions of Colorado Springs that were in those jurisdictions. Providing mutual aid with law enforcement and fire protection services was a key component of this position. This role required that providers be utilized for major sporting and social events with thousands of participants to render medical aid when necessary. During my time in this organization, I personally trained dozens of other EMS workers entering their roles.
PACT Sailor, 04/2012 to 04/2014
United States Navy, USNCity, STATE,
  • As a Professional Apprenticeship Career Track Sailor, I had the opportunity to work alongside many different military specialties in a support role, and to learn about their specific tasks. These specialties included Hospital Corpsmen (Navy Medics), Hull Technicians (Welders and Metal Fabricators) and Damage Controlmen (Fire Fighters). This position allowed me to glean unique insights and a wide variety of experiences in a multitude of fields. In 2014, I was Honorably discharged from service.
Education and Training
Certification Program For Emergency Medical Technician: Emergency Management, Expected in 02/2017
University of Colorado At Colorado Springs - Colorado Springs, CO
Certification: Metal Fabrication , Expected in 03/2012
Monroe Community College - Rochester, NY
  • Extensive 6 month course in which students were taught MIG, TIG, stick, flux core, oxy fuel welding/ cutting, plasma cutting, and symbol/ blueprint reading. We trained on all positions, as well as extensive work with stainless and aluminum. OSHA training was also mandatory in this course.
Certification: , Expected in 10/2011
Monroe 2 - Orleans BOCES Center For Workforce Development - Rochester, NY
  • In this program, we spent over 2 months learning the foundations of SMAW and oxyfuel welding/cutting.
High School Diploma: , Expected in 06/2011
Cornerstone Christian Academy - Brockport, NY,

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School Attended

  • University of Colorado At Colorado Springs
  • Monroe Community College
  • Monroe 2 - Orleans BOCES Center For Workforce Development
  • Cornerstone Christian Academy

Job Titles Held:

  • Airborne Infantryman/ Combat Life Saver Instructor
  • Emergency Room Technician
  • EMT-IV
  • PACT Sailor


  • Certification Program For Emergency Medical Technician
  • Certification
  • Certification
  • High School Diploma

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