Cross Certified in 1st Aid, CPR, and AED (10 years)
Completed the Paramedic program through College of Lake County and the Vista Health System, and completed my preceptor time with Paramedic Bob Nowak while an employee at A-Tec Ambulance.
Became a licensed Paramedic while an employee.
Skills Used Basic and Advanced Life Support skills, including, but not limited to: Intravenous fluid therapy, oxygen administration, medication administration (through IV, IM, SQ and oral routes), electronic cardiac monitoring, pulse oximetry, and recording ECGs for transmission to the receiving facility.
HSE Technician November 2014 to June 2015Green Wave Contractors － Gustine, CA
Oversight of field level health and safety concerns for a construction contractor specializing in earth moving, excavation, and trenching.
Construction of task specific JHAs, maintenance of SDS data books, coordinating with health and safety supervisors of other contractors and customers.
Ensuring the safety of all team members by addressing safety concerns and eliminating and mitigating hazards on the jobsite.
Ensuring that all local, state, and federal OSHA laws are adhered to and implemented for a safe and productive jobsite.
Assisting the team in completing the job safely, efficiently, on-budget, and on-schedule.
Shop Supervisor February 2011 to November 2014Secorp Industries － Bakersfield, CA
Daily management of a 10,000 sq.
working shop with 10+ employees.
Interfacing with customer representatives, construction and implementation of safety protocols and JSAs.
Responsible for inventory tracking and upkeep of an on-site inventory in excess of $100,000 USD.
Training and mentoring new employees for working in hazardous industrial environments.
Maintaining and tracking upkeep of a fleet of 20 trucks and trailers.
Working in the field as an H2S Technician & Rescue Technician; responsible for the setup, maintenance, safety, and demobilization of electronic gas detection systems, rope rescue systems for confined space entries and working at heights.
Provided emergency response to gas releases, 1st Aid incidents and rescue scenarios.
Television Repair Technician February 2010 to February 2011Southwest TV － Bakersfield, CA
Reception, inspection, troubleshooting, and repair of CRT, Plasma, and LCD televisions.
Maintenance and data entry of an internal, networked customer repair database for tracking repair history and troubleshooting information.
Repairs regularly included testing and replacing printed circuit boards at the component level, including CPUs, resistors, capacitors, and semiconductors.
Complete disassembly of televisions for installation of LCD, plasma and CRT display units.
Interaction with customers at the store front, and on pick-ups and deliveries of customer equipment.
Accomplishments Completed TV Technician Trainee program through the Workforce Investment Board of Kern, Inyo & Mono County, CA.
Nursing Emergency Medicine, 2009California State University － Bakersfield Grayslake, CA ILNursing Emergency Medicine
High school : 2008Zion-Benton Township High School － Zion, IL
Able to relocate to anywhere in the USA
· Available to travel internationally
and superior performance of assigned jobs for the 2001-2002 school year. You epitomize those qualities necessary to become an outstanding leader in your NJROTC unit, your school and your community. You carry the torch of propriety and correctness as a leader within the unit. You are to be congratulated for your continuous ability to "DO IT RIGHT." Order of the Arrow, Brotherhood Member, Boy Scouts of America
Authorized to work in the US for any employer
AWARDS Eagle Scout March 2004 Eagle Scout is the highest rank attainable in the Boy Scouts of America. In order to earn this rank, a Scout must demonstrate his ability to live by the Scout Oath, the Scout Law, and plan a project to benefit his community. AMVETS ROTC Recognition Award May 2003 For diligence in the discharge of duties, and willingness to serve both God and Country for the mutual benefit of all. NJROTC Exemplary Conduct Award, Zion-Benton Township High School May 2002 Awarded annually to each cadet who has demonstrated exemplary conduct in the unit, school and community. NJROTC Aptitude Award, Zion-Benton Township High School May 2002 For being evaluated in the top 10% of the unit in conduct, leadership, personal appearance, unit involvement and superior performance of assigned jobs for the 2001-2002 school year. You epitomize those qualities necessary to become an outstanding leader in your NJROTC unit, your school and your community. You carry the torch of propriety and correctness as a leader within the unit. You are to be congratulated for your continuous ability to "DO IT RIGHT." Order of the Arrow, Brotherhood Member, Boy Scouts of America
· Able to relocate to anywhere in the USA
· Available to travel internationally
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