>Dedicated member of the armed forces for 5 1/2 years (current member)
>Belief that innovation=illumination=culmination
>Disciplined, reliable, effective, and workplace-seasoned individual
>Awarded the Army Commendation Medal for outstanding service within my unit
>Received Global War on Terrorism Service Medal
>Graduate of Non-Commissioned Officer's Warrior Leadership Course
>Graduate of US ARMY Radiation Safety Course (FT. Leo Wood, MO)
>Currently serving as Assistant Squad Leader(Management similarity) in Army Reserve Unit
>Completion of 240-hour EMT Basic Course
> Completion of Hazardous Materials Technician course (hazmat awareness and hazmat operations as pre-requisites)
>Multiple FEMA Certifications including Military Resources in Emergency Management & NIMS Multiagency Coordination System (MACS)
>Able to manage and/or micromanage multiple people at any given time
>Able to accomplish ANY prescribed task in a punctual manor
>Expert in taking the lead in any situation and producing a positive outcome given any scenario
Within my assigned duties I was able to perform jobs ranging from operating a fork lift of 6k lbs to move material to actually producing, demilitarizing, and/or maintaining a quality explosive. For example, removal of the base plate, interior grenades, and internal explosive sacs. All being done with quality assurance and multiple inspections.
(Still in Progress/Projected Graduation December 2014) In this field of study one has to be ergonomically proficient. A person in this field has to be audacious in his or her safety planning and considerations to determine a way to keep the employee as safe as possible, yet produce and maintain a quality product in a punctual manor.
Within this degree program the curriculum was solely directed to having an overall understanding of the dynamics of a broader education. Credit hours I have acquired range from mathematical skills to entry-level psychology.
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