Currently a transitioned Marine Corps Officer looking for career opportunities in Western North Carolina. Military professional effective at leading teams to accomplish ambitious goals. Expertise in group education and presentations, planning and logistics, and interpersonal relations. Deadline-oriented and capable of handling multiple time-critical tasks simultaneously. Looking for a career where all attributes of both years of volunteer and military service can be beneficial to a new organization. Very enthusiastic about the potential to give young adults the information and tools necessary to achieve the same goals of a college degree that is both financially and academically realistic.
Compelling presentation skills
Training and development
Thrives on multi-tasking
Outstanding social skills
Effective time management
Exceptional communication skills
Bachelor of Arts: Criminology, 2010 North Carolina State University - Raleigh, NC
Field Artillery Officer, 05/2010 to 03/2014 United States Marine Corps – Camp Lejeune, NC
Primary duties of a field artillery officer are to command, or assist commanders in directing field artillery units consisting of personnel in excess of 100.
Direct tactical employment of the field artillery unit in combat, coordinates unit's fire with other artillery units, with mortar, air, and naval surface fire support ships.
Utilized coordination and management techniques to employ aircraft and multiple independent agencies in training and execution.
Evaluates intelligence, plans targeting at all echelons, directs administration, communication, supply, maintenance, and security activities of artillery units consisting of over one million dollars of government gear.
Secondary duties included ensuring the physical security of military gear and convoys as well as coordinating the logistical requirements for daily operations and deployment needs.
Emergency Medical Dispatcher, 11/2010 to Current McDowell County 911 Communications – McDowell County, NC
Answer 9-1-1 emergency and non-emergency calls from the public, the interdepartmental calls from police, fire and ambulance services, and calls from other public safety agencies.
Monitor four computer screens, while efficiently gathering, prioritizing, and documenting caller information.
Provide callers with the appropriate advice or referral, or initiate police, fire, and/or emergency medical (EMS) services to the caller.
Provide potential life saving medical directives to the caller as established by the North Carolina State Office of EMS.