instructor course administrator resume example with 12+ years of experience

(555) 432-1000,
Montgomery Street, San Francisco, CA 94105
Professional Summary

Results-oriented Training Specialist eager to help Electrical students advanced knowledge and abilities in [Area of study] and [Area of study]. Engaging and hands-on instructor with more than 20 years of related Coast Guard electrical experience,superior planning, time management abilities, and utilizing adult learning theories in conjunction with standard operating procedures and policies..

  • Administrative, Work
  • Attention to detail
  • Basic
  • Budgeting
  • Budget
  • CAD
  • Coaching
  • Interpersonal
  • Excellent communication
  • Content
  • Content development
  • Content management
  • Customer service skills
  • Electronics
  • Instructor
  • Instruction
  • Leadership
  • Logistics
  • Materials
  • Upgrades
  • Remote Learning
  • Mechanical
  • Mentoring
  • 2K
  • Management Information System
  • Navigation
  • Personnel
  • Policies
  • Presenting
  • Presentations
  • Repairs
  • Researching
  • Research
  • Safety
  • Self-motivated
  • Tandem
  • Task analysis
  • User training
  • Technician
  • Trend
  • Validation
Oil City Area High School Oil City, Pennsylvania Expected in Diploma : - GPA :
  • First Aid/CPR Certified
  • Resolved product issue through consumer testing.
Work History
U.S. Coast Guard National Aids To Navigation School - Instructor/Course Administrator
City, STATE, 07/2015 - 06/2020
  • Leveraged operational and practical expertise as Course Administrator, held a paygrade above, and responded to 500 hours of administrative, electrical, and mechanical field unit requests enhancing field technicians’ skills and knowledge of existing equipment and current technologies.
  • Planned and facilitated job aid workshops using subject matter expertise.
  • Delivered instruction and evaluations to over 1,400 Active Duty students and over 400 aids to Navigation Managers.
  • Designed 6 job aids using software programs and Standard Operating Procedures, as required for training and on the job resources, including specific job aids for managers to use as checklist to maintain lighthouses.
  • Independently responsible for laboratory operations and safety of the U.S.
  • Coast Guard National Aids To Navigation Automated Lighthouse Technician Course.
  • Designed and implemented highly technical curriculum in tandem with job aids required by job task analysis.
  • Evaluated students from basic to advanced levels through instructor led training and provided feedback.
  • Established working relationships with program, staff, and field technicians utilizing excellent communication and customer service skills.
  • Supported job task analysis surveying 44 technicians, spearheaded a task validation meeting with 5 accomplished performers, used appropriate interventions resulting in the reduction of 8 training tasks in curriculum.
  • Established electrically safe work practices by referencing Occupational Safety and Health Administration, National Electrical Safety Code, and National Fire Protection Association.
  • Created surveys for try-out, feedback, and finalized as official documents.
  • Self-motivated and independently developed curriculum outline, lesson blueprints, level 1-3 evaluations, PowerPoints, instructor guide, and effective content.
  • Collaborated with staff to developed instructional media as visual aids.
  • Piloted new curriculum, applied remediations through projected interventions with the pilot report, and implemented performance standards and training by using learning management and content development tools.
  • Briefed and guided fellow instructors on delivering new curriculum, conducting evaluations, and performances of skills with utilizing the various techniques learned.
  • Briefed the Aids To Navigation Automated Lighthouse Technician executive summary to the Deputy Chief of Training resulting in approved course curriculum.
  • Evaluated and enhanced curriculum by reducing 10 to 5 days of training, saving $20K per convening, and reduced over $40K in initial course costs.
  • Provided a course validity metric report, approved by training administrator, and used an example in the base wide workshop.
  • Improved course continuous validity metric report by 25% improvement.
  • Established SDS program as the National Aids to Navigation School Hazmat Coordinator.
  • Demonstrated proficient use of computer systems to support course content management systems containing entire course costs and manpower requirements.
  • Demonstrated the use safety climbing equipment, electrical safety personal protection, and followed policies, Standard Operating Procedures, and industry standards.
  • Demonstrated knowledge of Aids to Navigation equipment and Coast Guard history by developing a tour guide job aid.
  • Gave presentations and tours to Coast Guard staff, foreign military, and visitors.
  • Effectively communicated and presented technical information using interpersonal and coaching skills.
U.S. Coast Guard Maritime Security Response Team - Independent Electrician
City, STATE, 06/2011 - 06/2015
  • Established and administered annual unit basic electrical safety training for over 200 personnel by PPTS and media.
  • Developed a Control of Hazardous Energy Program (lockout/tagout) of local equipment following Occupational Safety and Health Administration, National Electric Code, and Standard Operating Procedures to avoid risk and provide safety of personnel.
  • Analyzed various trend levels of damage and repair, implementing preventive maintenances, and user training, and developed the Maritime Security Response Team Gear Trailer Inspection Program, reducing 50% maintenance with reduced risks.
  • Assistant Hazmat coordinator responsible for recycling many types of batteries, approving purchases, and maintained SDS records.
  • Individually responsible for Electrical Division’s maintenance and repairs for the deployable readiness of a fleet of 8 small boats with trailers, vehicles, 10 deployable gear equipment trailers, and facilities on base.
  • Maintained Electrical Division’s maintenance schedule, collaborated with other departments, and reduced time for unit capabilities to be deployed.
  • Contributed to the readiness for operation Kimball Readiness Award by collaborating with Engineering and Operating staff, making appropriate preparations and exceeding the assessment standards.
  • Designed an inspection sheet for unit gear equipment trailers leading to the blueprint of Special Missions Training Center’s Ready For Operations Trailer and Vehicle inspection checklists.
  • Provided subject matter expertise above paygrade by diagnosing and briefing the asset line manager with scope of work, spending over 100 man hours by fabricating harnesses with mounts, testing the 12 VDC charging system, and ultimately restoring the small boat to operating capabilities.
  • Diagnosed major repairs as risks to operate four equipment trailers, provided a budget of $100K to design and procure new trailers, proofread the specifications and CAD drawings, and saved additional costs to contract the bid from a vendor.
  • Sourced electric powered vehicles for $30K and reduced annual operating cost over $2K by replacing three gas powered vehicles with electric powered vehicles saving cost, hazardous waste, and manpower.
  • Provided subject matter expertise training and illustrating electrical components in Coast Guard Small Boats during the development of maintenance procedure cards for technicians to follow.
  • Traveled to 6 high profile missions, quarterly exercises, and responded to casualties after hours to support unit readiness capabilities.
U.S. Coast Guard Sector Southeastern New England - Electrical Division Supervisor
City, STATE, 05/2007 - 05/2011
  • Assumed paygrade above duties of the Electrical Division Officer for 2 years prior to relief, supported 15 Coast Guard units, 26 small boats, facilities maintenance, and maintained the Sector area of operation.
  • Utilized expertise researching $25K in parts for a unit crane restoration project, saving the Coast Guard over $75K in a commercial contracted project cost.
  • Applied attention to detail contributing to the Sector Engineering Divisions capabilities, major small boat overhauls, saving $115K and exceeding the readiness over 45% if it were repaired by commercial contract.
  • Acted as Electrical Division’s lead facilities expert coordinating with units, performing maintenance and repairs, and upgrades.
  • Challenged Electrical Division by collaborating with General Dynamics Mission Systems establishing Rescue 21 to increase the ability of locating mariners and saving lives.
  • Built a central 200 square foot building with detailed temperature control specifications, local installations in 12 Coast Guard stations, and saved the Coast Guard over $500K by avoiding outsourcing.
  • Created partnerships within Engineering Division and Coast Guard Auxiliary building an 800 square foot building storing equipment and hazmat materials storage at Sector.
  • Designed and executed independently 15 Coast Guard station installations of equipment transitioning to the Asset Logistics Management Information System (ALMIS), collaborating with the local Electronics Support Detachment (ESD), and saved the Coast Guard over $650k by avoiding outsourcing.
  • Carried out the inspection, research, and budgeting for Coast Guard Station Brant Point pier electrical system overhaul and upgrades.
  • Exhibited leadership mentoring and training 5 electricians resulting in 3 promotions.
  • Showed subject matter expertise presenting technical information to a non-technical audience.
  • Designed and administered basic electrical safety training to 15 Coast Guard units, training local engineers, and reduced possible safety hazards.
  • Developed a Control of Hazardous Energy Program (lockout/tagout) Served as Health Performance Coordinator mentoring personnel in exercise, health, and nutrition with healthy lifestyle choices and demonstrating safe exercise practices.
  • Represented the Coast Guard by volunteering during Deepwater Horizon, surveying for industrial waste, providing engineering and electrical support, and presented daily Unified Command Post briefs.

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School Attended

  • Oil City Area High School

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  • Instructor/Course Administrator
  • Independent Electrician
  • Electrical Division Supervisor


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