South Carolina State Law Enforcement Division certified Nuclear Security Officer, trained with pistol, rifle, shotgun, less lethal, OC spray, gas mask, thermal and night vision optics. Patrolled and ensured the security of Oconee Nuclear Station, consisting of three reactors on over 500 acres of owner-controlled property and many surrounding areas. Conducted searches of all items, vehicles and persons entering controlled and protected areas. Active member of the Tactical Team. Engaged in drills employing the use of force and deadly force to protect personnel and property against hostile action or takeover with a constant goal of improved response times and efficiency, threat neutralization and prevention of radiological sabotage and/or attack. Member of the Adversary Team, performing force-on-force drills and mock missions to test and train the security teams at neighboring Nuclear Sites. Drills were conducted within the station and outside in various situations and on all types of terrain and weather conditions. Assisted with planning and execution of Force on Force Drills for NRC. Highly trained in the safe handling and use of various firearms and other weapons. Member of the Confined Space and High Angle Rescue Teams. Regularly educated and tested on radiation safety procedures. Member of the Medical Emergency Response Team, certified first responder, protecting the health and safety of plant personnel.
Law enforcement and patrol of the City of Pickens, South Carolina. Duties included traffic patrol, court duties, arrests, peace keeping and dispute settlement, initial investigation, incident command and response to emergency situations. Acting Field Training Officer for newly hired officers. Maintained a high level of communication at all times with the department and other officers. Well versed in city and state laws and statutes. Highly alert with strong situational awareness. Responsible for upkeep of patrol vehicle and service weapons. Breathalyzer certified. Knowledge of proper law enforcement officer behavior and role. Knowledge of modern law enforcement techniques and procedures. Knowledge of collection and preservation of evidence. Knowledge of the legal rights of both the suspects and law enforcement personnel. Knowledge of the laws I was responsible for enforcing. Knowledge of functions and interrelationships of other law enforcement and public service agencies. Skill in the operation of law enforcement vehicles, weapons and communications equipment. Ability to correctly evaluate situations and make good decisions. Ability to deal firmly and tactfully with the public.
Certified Interior Structural Firefighter. Trained Medical First Responder to include CPR and use of AED. Certified in Incident Command Tactics and Procedures. Dispatched emergency vehicles to various incidents including industrial and residential structure fires and motor vehicle accidents - often simultaneously. Worked closely with state and local law enforcement to provide rapid, efficient response. Provided insight into initial fire investigation. Operated and maintained heavy wheeled vehicles in high stress emergency incidents with utmost attention to the health and safety of the public and my team. Maintained constant and clear communication with dispatch. Directed traffic at the site of accidents, managing the public calmly and with respect. Participated in public education initiatives to provide instruction regarding the proper use of fire extinguishers, smoke detectors and child safety seats. Also participated in education efforts regarding fire prevention and safety. Self-Contained Breathing Apparatus Qualified.
I currently drive a tractor-trailer (semi-truck/eighteen-wheeler), applying knowledge of commercial driving regulations, to transport and deliver products. Drive an average of 1500 miles per week over three states. Make an average of 6-8 stops per day. Maneuver truck into loading or unloading position. Weigh truck as needed en-route and/or at vendors to document weight and conform to state/company regulations. Electronic logging according to Interstate Commerce Commission regulations. Inspect truck before and after trips and submit report indicating truck condition. Read bill of lading to determine assignment. Secure load on trailer prior to transporting. Represent the company in a positive manner with customers. Load or unload freight, or assists using a pallet jack and/or dolly. Under FMCSR/FMCSR/DOT and company policies and procedures, deliver all returned product and empty totes back to the warehouse daily. Maintain a high level of customer satisfaction through deliveries of product and services while performing all other assigned duties. All functions are completed in a safe and timely manner and in accordance with Department of Transportation regulations.
Drove a tractor-trailer (flatbed/eighteen-wheeler) combination, applying knowledge of commercial driving regulations, to transport and deliver various products over the road on the east coast, Texas and Oklahoma. Drove an average of 2300 miles per week, loads consisted of all types of products. Maneuvered truck into loading or unloading position. Weighed truck as needed en-route and/or at vendors to document weight and conform to state/company regulations. Inspected truck and trailer before and after trips and submitted report indicating truck condition. Handled emergency repair. Secured load with tie downs and tarps on trailer prior to transporting. Represented the company in a positive manner with customers. Assisted in loading and unloading truck. Complied with FMCSR/DOT and Company policies and procedures.
Delivered propane gas to residential and business properties in upstate South Carolina, maintaining a tight schedule under little to no supervision. Use of computer for work forms, receipts and maintenance and repair of propane systems and equipment. As a route driver, I was responsible for the timely delivery of propane on established routes with regular interaction with residential and commercial customers. Performed sales and customer service duties and some collections. The position included occasional on-call duty. Driving and delivering in all weather conditions was routine. Was committed to safety consistent with Department of Transportation regulations and company policy.
Crew Leader of a 6-man roofing crew . Oversaw repairs to the roof and drain systems on three nuclear turbine buildings. Ensured deadlines were met, work quality was maintained, employees were well supplied and conflicts were resolved among crew members. Trained in crane rigging and safety.
Completed training for handling and directing goods at Oconee Nuclear Site Complex. Exceeded expectations when understaffed. Company-certified forklift driver. Endured safe and timely distribution of goods into nuclear plant from loading dock. Held Nuclear Security Clearance.
Drove, operated and maintained 48 foot, 77,000 pound specialized fracturing equipment. Participated in training to comply with all company, federal and state policies, procedures, and rules to include Safety and DOT (Department of Transportation) rules and regulations. Proficient in operation of Frac Pump, Nitro Pump. Competently operated all sand and line equipment, including valves and well heads. Drove Frac equipment over all types of road and weather conditions, including interstate highways, county roads, off road situations. Basic knowledge of operating, loading and unloading of bulk equipment and auxiliary equipment, including nitrogen equipment and Sand King. Maintained all employee related paperwork, time sheets, driver DOT logs, trip sheets, etc. Was 100% compliant on all log books at all times. Performed Preventative Maintenance on all Frac trucks, pumps and valves. Helped other equipment operators with rigging up and down all equipment on location. Performed pre-trips and post-trips equipment inspections to DOT and company standards. Attended 100% of training sessions. Maintained Frac equipment according to company standards. Operated a crane and fork lift. Used PPE appropriate for the job at all times.
Assigned to and trained under Company A 1/20th Special Forces Group Airborne. Attended Special Forces Assessment and Selection. Held Secret security clearance. Studied small unit tactics, and land navigation while at Ft. Bragg NC. Infantry training at Ft. Benning GA. Airborne qualified, while in Primary Leadership Development School at Ft. Jackson SC, was awarded special recognition for physical fitness, highly proficient in land navigation. Mentored and trained with incoming service members.
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