legal instrument examiner resume example with 17+ years of experience

(555) 432-1000,
, , 100 Montgomery St. 10th Floor
Professional Summary

Professional Sound Technician with excellent microphone techniques and experience setting up and operating audio equipment. Manages multiple projects with little direction. Specialize in audio engineering in both live and studio settings bringing 15 years of experience controlling sound at theatre performances, concerts and festivals. Proficient in operating large-format mixing consoles. Recognized for achieving technical excellence with each project. Creates a positive environment, passionate attitude, and a life of always growing.

  • Mixing sound input
  • Selecting equipment
  • Microphone usage
  • Managing sound quality
  • Control console operation
  • Music production
  • Pro Tools
  • Sound design
  • Sound Editing
  • Field recording
  • Operating recording equipment
  • Audio recordings
  • Preparing sets
  • Setting up equipment
  • Active Listening
  • Critical Thinking
  • Organization and Time Management
  • Flexibility/Adaptability
  • Initiative
  • Equipment setup and maintenance
Musicians Institute Los Angeles, CA Expected in 03/2002 RIT Journeyman : Recording Arts Technology - GPA :
Hana High And Elementary School Hana, HI, Expected in 06/2001 High School Diploma : - GPA :
Work History
Department Of Veterans Affairs - Legal Instrument Examiner
Santa Maria, CA, 09/2022 - Current
  • Serves as an examiner in the National Instant Criminal Background Check System (NICS) Operations Center. Review and analyze criminal records and documents and determine, within the three-day deadline that the Brady Act requires, if there are prohibiting factors that prevent potential gun buyers from purchasing firearms.
  • Receive telephonic inquiries and perform a name only search in the National Crime Information Center (NCIC), Interstate Identification Index (III), and the NICS Index, to include ECheck.
  • Review descriptive data on the potential gun buyer provided by the Federal Firearm Licensee (FFL) and compare it to possible hits.
  • If the search is negative and there is no criminal record, advise FFL that the sale may proceed. If a hit or potential hit occurs, it may be necessary to ask for additional descriptive information. Incumbents review the criminal records and determine whether the name and information match the subject (potential gun buyer).
  • Verify the FFL number and password, remaining constantly alert of possible attempts by unauthorized persons to gain access to the NICS by pretext.
  • Ensure adherence to security regulations so that at no time will criminal history information be made available to the FFL.
  • Receive, review and analyze those cases which require limited research for a Firearms eligibility determinations to be made. May require review of several records. Review the record to determine if charge is a felony or misdemeanor charge, which may require research of state and federal law. If there is not a disposition, must contact the state bureau and/or court, provide information and request the final disposition. If a hit is against a manual record, must review the record and request or ensure it is automated.
  • Review the record, documents and information, determine if a prohibiting factor exists, and advise the FFL of decision made.

Labcorp - Warehouse
Middleton, MA, 01/2021 - 08/2022
  • Used hand-held devices and computers to record and monitor inventory levels and completed audits to uncover and address inaccuracies.
  • Alternated goods in inventory by observing first-in/first-out approach to keep shelves organized and properly stocked.
  • Used forklifts and pallet jacks to relocate products.
  • Manually transported warehouse materials weighing up to 70 pounds and maintained stamina while standing, sitting, bending and walking for extended periods of time.
  • Loaded, unloaded and moved material to and from storage and production areas.
  • Maintained accurate inventory records to provide data for use in audits and completion of order requests
  • Managed product staging to efficiently transfer items between receiving, storage and shipping locations.
  • Recorded information, shortages and discrepancies to keep records current and accurate.
  • Prepared orders for shipment by systematically picking, packing and labeling merchandise.
  • Maintained strong vendor connections, including arranging pricing and delivery structures and managing specific shipment or paperwork concerns.
  • Kept warehouse stations and equipment in good working order in line with OSHA requirements.
  • Kept all documentation and records accurate and up-to-date with latest data to prevent errors in processing or delivery.
  • Transferred inventory to and from target destinations using forklifts and other transportation vehicles.
Wilbea Medical Equipment - Delivery Driver/medical Equipment Tech
City, STATE, 03/2020 - 01/2021
  • Understood and read technical manuals and blueprints.
  • Maintained documentation of equipment maintenance tasks, new installations and repair procedures.
  • Troubleshot equipment failures and remedied problems to restore functionality.
  • Analyzed machinery and tested electrical systems and wiring to identify faults and resolve issues impeding performance.
  • Used operational manuals, maintenance records and forums to gain troubleshooting insight for complex issues.
  • Documented and filed records of repair work and maintenance for accurate tracking of labor hours, inventory use and equipment histories.
  • Complied with company policies, safety requirements and best practices to protect people, equipment and operations.
  • Developed team communications and information for meetings.
  • Handled 10-15 calls per day to address customer inquiries and concerns.
  • Adhered to social distancing protocols and wore mask or face shield at all times.
Visionary Insight - Live Sound A/V Technician
City, STATE, 10/2004 - 05/2019
  • Demonstrates extraordinary talent and creative ability in the preparation of visual, audiovisual (A/V), and video production products which are outstandingly successful in the direct support of the Division's responsibility to provide complete and effective services to both internal and external customers.
  • Plans and designs large-scale internal and external A/V set ups.
  • Sets up and calibrates tech and breaks down A/V equipment.
  • Separated instruments, vocals and peripheral sounds and mixed during post-production stage.
  • Performed site surveys to determine and design appropriate setup and audio equipment needs for various types of live events.
  • Performed sound quality checks and front-of-house mixing to maintain company sound system.
  • Transformed video and audio recordings into digital formats for editing and archiving.
  • Mixed voices, music and taped sound effects for live performances and pre-recorded events.
  • Prepared, packed and transported audio equipment for events and location shoots.
  • Mixed and edited audio for live and recording events.
  • Operated and troubleshot sound systems for various events.
  • Developed strong organizational and communication skills through coursework and volunteer activities.
  • Developed and maintained courteous and effective working relationships.
  • Gained strong leadership skills by managing projects from start to finish.
  • Researches and analyzes equipment needs and troubleshoots complicated procedures.

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Resume Overview

School Attended

  • Musicians Institute
  • Hana High And Elementary School

Job Titles Held:

  • Legal Instrument Examiner
  • Warehouse
  • Delivery Driver/medical Equipment Tech
  • Live Sound A/V Technician


  • RIT Journeyman
  • High School Diploma

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