Highly motivated, effective communicator, safety oriented, and problem solver who successfully completed 2 deployments ready to transition to civilian workforce. Works well with team members and groups from diverse backgrounds. With an acute attention to detail and strong work ethic, is highly adaptable and fast learner, able to take on any task.
Effective leader and manager; as Senior Line Corpsman for Weapons Company, 1st Battalion, 5th Marines, expertly supervised 7 sailors and oversaw medical and preventive medical care of 150 Marines. While combat deployed to Sangin, Afghanistan, ensured that those placed under my care were up to date on immunizations, medication, and physical exams by coordinating mass medical appointments between the platoons and medical facilities, maintaining the company's medical readiness at 94% throughout deployment. While stationed at Naval Hospital Rota, Spain, as medical records clerk, maintained over 3000 outpatient records in a secure office with 100% accountability. Revised multiple official forms for medical record transactions and patient registration. As Government travel charge card program coordinator, was solely responsible for over 300 individual accounts with available credit of over 1.6 million dollars with no discrepancies.
Accomplished mentor, of the 7 subordinates in my charge, 2 were promoted and all 7 were awarded the Fleet Marine Force pin, a most sought after designation as it is awarded once one is recognized as proficient in Marine Corps tactics, traditions, and history.
Expanded multi-lateral relations between the United States Marines Corps and the people of the Sangin district in the Helmand province of Afghanistan by providing medical care to injured members of the local populace.
Experienced in medical and safety coverage; provided medical and safety support for over 100 live ammunition fire ranges, 40 multi day field exercises, 47 combat vehicle and 203 combat foot patrols with 36 combat and training related casualties with 100% survival rate.
Proven instructor; provided over 300 hours of Combat Life Saver instruction to include initial and refresher courses to over 500 Marines and 50 member of the Jordanian Army, teaching them basic airway management, hemorrhage control, medical evacuation procedures, intravenous therapy, and splint methods, to ensure all men possessed the knowledge and skills to provide emergency life saving medical care.
As a Hospital Corpsman, performed duties as an assistant in the prevention and treatment of disease and injury and assist health care professionals in providing medical care to Marines, Navy service members and their families. Served as a battlefield Corpsman with the Marine Corps, rendering emergency medical treatment to include initial and prolonged treatment of traumatic injuries in a combat environment.
-Duties included operating sorting machines for standard mail, magazines, and publications, as well as sorting mail and packages by hand as needed.
Duties included operating sorting machines for standard mail, magazines, and publications, as well as sorting mail and packages by hand as needed.
Duties as driver were primarily to deliver customer orders to desired location in a timely and safe manner to ensure customer satisfaction. Also required to take customer orders over the phone, prepare and cook orders, work at the front counter when needed, wash dishes, clean the store, and close and/or open store for the work day.
3 week training course provided by the Navy. Included work in the intensive care unit, operating room, and emergency room of the L.A. County/USC Hospital. In addition, rode along and assisted on two 12 hour paramedic shifts with the EMTs of the LAFD.
Management: Excellent communication, time management, EO and ORM savvy, Firm decision maker, open to ideas from others, problem solver, process improvement, quality assurance, customer service.
Construction: Basic Framing, concrete, decking, and drywalling knowledge, power tool operation, measuring and cutting skills.
Healthcare: intravenous therapy, venipuncture, CHCS, AHLTA, Alcohol, tobacco, and STD counseling, medical records management, clinical notes, basic and advanced trauma care.
Weapons: Can handle and care for sidearms, shotguns, and rifles. Trained on Beretta M9, M16/M4, M249 SAW, M240G LMG, M16/M4 203 launcher, MK32 203 launcher, M2 .50 cal, and MK19, as well as 80mm and 60mm mortar systems.
Office: Microsoft Word, Microsoft Outlook, Microsoft Excel, Microsoft Powerpoint, Typing 50 WPM.
Promoted to Hospitalman(E-3) after basic training in April 2008, promoted to Hospital Corpsman 3rd Class(E-4) in May of 2009, and promoted to Hospital COrpsman 2nd Class(E-5) in May of 2012.
Awarded the Fleet Marine Force qualification pin in March of 2010, Combat Action Ribbon, Navy Unit Commendation, Good Conduct Medal(x2), National Defense Medal, Afghanistan Campaign Medal(x3), Global War on Terrorism Expeditionary Service Medal, Global War on Terrorism Service Medal, Sea Service Deployment Ribbon(x2), Overseas Service Ribbon(x2), NATO ISAF Service Medal, M16 Rifle Qualification Ribbon, Expert Pistol Qualification Medal.
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