Veteran, and healthcare administrative student.
Dedicated Administrative professional with solid background in high-volume office environments focused on delivering exceptional clerical and operational support for professionals. Personable and communicative with friendly demeanor and sound judgment to handle diverse daily tasks with minimal oversight. Well-versed in managing office supplies, paperwork and project needs.
Repaired intermediate components of aircraft for combat readiness. Perform non-destructive dye penetrant inspections (NDI).
Remove, repair and replace aircraft fuselage, wings, fixed and movable surfaces, airfoils, regular seats, wheels and tires, controls and mechanisms.
Inspect, remove and replace components of hydraulic systems.
Fabricate and assemble metal components and make minor repairs to aircraft skin.
Preparing for entry-level career opportunities in healthcare administration, management and supervisory roles within the healthcare system.
Learning both conceptual and analytical skills needed to manage contemporary healthcare organizations.
Developing relevant problem-solving skills and learning how to keep staff performing at their best by applying the principles of accounting, law, financial analysis, human resource management, operations analysis management, information systems analysis, strategic planning, and marketing.
Practiced, and learned the proper techniques for venipuncture that meets the requirements of national standards.
The course included:
20 hours of basic didactic phlebotomy training (theory)
20 hours of advanced didactic phlebotomy training (theory)
40-60 hours of hands on classroom phlebotomy training NCCT National Phlebotomy Certification Examination (on-site)
40-120 externship hours with partnering clinic or hospital
Learned basic Aircraft Structural Mechanics including:
Maintaining all aircraft main and auxiliary hydraulic power systems, actuating subsystems and landing gear.
Responsible for maintenance on the aircraft fuselage (mainframe) wings airfoils, and associated fixed and movable surfaces and flight controls.
Remove, repair and replace hydraulic system pumps, auxiliary power systems and unit actuating subsystems.
Maintain aircraft landing gear systems, brakes and related pneumatic systems, reservoir pressurization, emergency actuating devices, pumps, valves, regulators, cylinders, lines and fittings; service pressure accumulators, emergency air bottles, oleo struts, reservoirs and master brake cylinders, and inspect, remove and replace components of hydraulic systems.
Replace gaskets, packing, and wipers in hydraulic components, and remove, repair and replace aircraft fuselage, wings, fixed and movable surfaces, airfoils, regular seats, wheels and tires, controls and mechanisms.
Completed 1,200 cosmetology school program hours.
Perform numerous types of cosmetology services (Cut, color, message therapy, esthetician, nail services).
Clean and maintain implements by using appropriately mixed chemicals (EPA approved and hospital grades) and following the procedures for decontamination of tools per Chapter 61G5-22.005, F.A.C.
Assemble, set up, and operate equipment according to manufacturer's instructions.
Demonstrate the importance of health, safety, and environmental management systems in organizations and their importance to organizational performance and regulatory compliance.
Employ safe, sanitary and efficient work practices.
Demonstrate language arts, mathematics, and science knowledge.
Explain the importance of employability skill and entrepreneurship skills.
Served as Carrier Strike Groups Ombudsman during CVN 70 deployments.
Proficient in: Microsoft, Excel, Keynote, Powerpoint.
Types 50 WPM
Knowledge of military policies, procedures, rules, and regulations.
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