I am a passionate gamer with a variety of skills and experiences in the gaming world and out. I traveled the country for Major League Gaming competing on the game Halo for the Xbox. My best placing was 6th place with my team Chilled Reality. During that time I was training kids to play better by giving them lessons or going over team videos with them. As well as many on-line tournaments for Halo, COD, and Battlefield. My strongest is FPS, but have been gaming many different titles through out my life. I have also worked for Volt gaming in the past and then transferred to Microsoft to help create Gears of War 3. I have great people skills, love to work with others and feel a part of a team. My knowledge and experience makes me a very good candidate for the job, as well as willing to learn new things and progress.
My first event for Major League Gaming competing for Halo with a 4 man team I got 10th place, and then soon after that achieved 6th place. My competitive gaming took me to Volt where I was then recruited to work at Microsoft on Gears of War 3 for the competitive aspect and glitches in the game. Worked at AMPM for close to 2 years and my Manager gave me a lot of duties beyond my pay grade, I was also in charge of the cooler and car wash. Worked for a Medical Marijuana Dispensary I was nominated for Budtender of the year, and helped a lot of people with the knowledge of Cannabis. Worked hard outside of work to get people to come to my recent company and create more business for my boss at the time.
A part of a small team working on Gears of War 3. I started day one on the build. From there it was breaking down the build and finding all the mistakes. Once all the bugs were found and reported on the build both Audio and Visual, it was sent to the other campus for them to fix the bugs we reported. I was brought on to work on the competitive aspect of the game along with my teammate for Halo at the time. Played a lot of multi player to make sure the game ran smooth during play.
My duties while I was at Volt included testing of titles and the xbox. One room was strictly titles on the xbox, and the other room was strictly for xbox testing. I played 8 different titles a day, one every hour. Most of the time it would be testing into ad-hoc. For the other room it was mainly taking times down and logging it all in. Right before being transferred to Microsoft for Gears of War I was moved to another room that was for the new Halo that was coming out for temporary testing.
Same thing as Northwest Patient Resource Center. I would register all patients and help them with product and the right medicine for them. After a couple months of the People's Choice the owner started a new location and store called The Seattle Buyer's Club (still a dispensary). I was moved there as a manager, I would help the patients with their needs as well as package and label product.
As a bud tender my duties included; helping patients that come in with finding what was best for them and what pain that had, as well as packing and labeling product in the back. Doctor's would issue a Medical Marijuana Authorization and it would be for an annual year for the patient, once they had that they came to our shop where they were registered and confirmed. I would go through all the product from flower, edibles, and topicals to see what suits them best. There is something different for everyone and their case. I had a lot of cancer patients coming in for a specific oil that over the course of a couple months it started to trick and overtake the cancer cells and destroy them. Cannabis is all about knowledge, and I was blessed to be able to help people with their acute pain and expansion on facts and not fiction when it comes to Cannabis.
Cashier, cook, maintained the lot, cleaned the car wash and kept up with the organization of the cooler. Before Ampm I was not very good with communication and sales. After a time there, I started getting comfortable with more tasks and could handle customers better. I owe Ampm to my communication skills. I really learned a lot working for such a fast paced job. Our location was unique in the sense we were the last gas station for a while before heading over the pass, which made our store one of the busiest.
My duties included unloading the Semi Truck with the forklift. Once unloaded we put everything where it was needed to be, then from there we would pick orders out and set them in the designated area for whatever contractor to come pick it up in the morning. My shift was Midnight-9am. From Midnight- 4 was unloading and stocking, from 5-9 was pulling orders and having them organized and ready.
Busser/Dishwasher. As the busser I helped out with the side work such as; Replenishing the ice, glasses, napkins and condiments at all stations. As well as keeping up with all tables and helping deliver food when needed. Washing dishes was self explanatory, normally the last one out with Manager on the weekends. Took care of the Kitchens grills and stove tops.
I ended up getting my GED, reason being I moved around a lot in High School. Credits never matched at schools and they asked me to stay an extra year so I took a class at Whatcom Community College and took the test.
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