Combat Medic 91b resume example with 20+ years of experience

(555) 432-1000,
Montgomery Street, San Francisco, CA 94105
Professional Summary
Correctional Officer committed to maintaining order and enforcing rules and regulations in prison and jail settings. Respectful and ethical Officer who believes that implementing firm, clear guidelines and adopting an attitude of understanding generates a more peaceful prison environment for all involved.
  • Self-defense techniques
  • Firearm operations trained
  • Weapons training
  • Team-oriented
  • Correctional facility procedures knowledge
  • Search and seizure procedures
  • Strong interpersonal skills
  • Conflict resolution skills
UNLV Las Vegas, NV Expected in No Degree : Pre Med Biology - GPA :
Work History
State Of Massachusetts - Combat Medic 91B
Somerville, MA, 02/1992 - 06/1996
Graduated as Honor Graduate out of a class of 400, Air Assault, RTO Certified, Emergency Medical Treatment / First Responder, Ambulance Operations.  I was awarded National Defense Service Medal, Humanitarian Service Ribbon, and the Army Good Conduct Medal.  I also was given a letter regarding outstanding performance during field operations from Major General Robert Ord III.
Ameica's Best Karate Inc. - Program Director / Instructor
City, STATE, 04/1995 - 11/1999
  • Successfully improved student enrollment in the studio through membership sales, private instruction, and introduction of creative exercises.
  • Progressively advanced as a result of increasing responsibility through successful studio operations.
  • Schedule and Organize monthly, bi-annual, and annual events as well as special occasions. 
  • Develop and Implement Standards for Promotion for conformity across the organization which increased staff flexibility and competency.

America's Best Karate Danville, Los Gatos, Las Vegas - Program Director, Lead Instructor, Owner
City, STATE, 2001 - 04/2009
  • Organize and Implement staff development activities, seminars, and other special training events to promote the overall success of our operations.
  • Spearheaded 'Feedback' and 'Ways to Improve' questionnaires for more focused and effective lesson plans, training seminars, and organization of ideas.
  • Collaborate with colleagues over policies and practices involving evolving teaching practices, group goals, and training standards.
  • Authored curriculum guides, training requirement guides, and instructor certification manuals that have been adopted by martial arts schools across California and Nevada.

Nevada Department Of Corrections - Corrections Officer
City, STATE, 03/2010 - Current
  • Maintained the custody and control of inmates housed in medium security units.
  • Conducted routine and emergency head counts.  Made rounds at specified interClaires and conducted head counts and roll calls
  • Inspected work sites and crew trucks for contraband, cleanliness and safety.
  • Searched the building and grounds, living quarters and work areas for contraband.
  • Prepared, processed and maintained forms, reports, logs, records and activity journals.
  • Instruction of fellow officers in the safe and effective use of Firearms as a Range Master and Weapons Instructor.

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  • UNLV

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  • Combat Medic 91B
  • Program Director / Instructor
  • Program Director, Lead Instructor, Owner
  • Corrections Officer


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