Motivated and Detail Oriented Assistant Manager, serving 13.5 years for Elko Districts Fire Program. Experienced, possessing a solid understanding of Department of the Interior (DOI) policies, procedures and regulations as it pertains to administrative, Human Resources and Fire Business processes. Skilled at building effective teams and developing strong working relationships with fellow staff, supervisors, community members and cooperating entities. Manages multiple projects under tight deadlines, ensuring the projects final product is based off of the most current and best available information. Native to the Elko area, have extensive knowledge of Elko District both geographically, economically and politically.
Successfully graduated from the UNLV 401 'Biological Sciences for Federal Land Managers' program in May of 2010 with a GPA of 3.38.
During my 13.5 year Elko District BLM career, I have served under a supervisory position for 10 of those years. Assistant Center Manager 2009-2013 and Engine Captain 2001-2005.
I Have received 4 On-the-Spot awards for varying reasons during my tenure on Elko District.
Served as lead instructor for our annual D-110/ROSS class for the past 5 years, Elko Districts B-3 Basic Aviation Safety instructor 2007-2010, part of the instructing cadre for the Nevada State BLM Rookie School 2002-2004 and lead instructor for L-380 'Followership to Leadership' 2005.
Every EPAP has been ranked as Superior for the last 5 years.
Oversaw anywhere from 3-5 employees assuring that their recurrent mandatory training was finished before deadlines and conducted initial, mid-season and final EPAPS for those employees. Mentored employees so that they understood the finer details of all positions within EIDC and ensured that employees were provided with the appropriate training in order to be successful. Contributed to and supervised a highly efficient team, sometimes working in complex challenging environments with long days and heavy workloads.
1 semester of general education.
1 semester of general studies.
Obtained my EMT-D qualification.
BLM sponsored me to attend the 'Biological Sciences for Federal Land Managers' 401 program. The program consisted of 8 upper level Biology/Ecology courses. Each course was 2 weeks long with a total classtime of 40 hours per week with course work on the weekends and every evening. I finished the program with a 3.38 cumulative GPA
Course and earned 24 credits towards a degree.
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