Army veteran driven to apply comprehensive experience in field training. safety patrol, security details and foreign public service activities in the local public sector as a security professional.
Personally responsible for over $100,000 of command equipment with no deficiencies, losses or damages.
Maintained 100% accountability of a large section of equipment worth over $100,000 during multiple overseas deployments.
As a platoon we helped to expand multi-lateral relations with the United states and Iraqi government officials to strengthen security and partnership while deployed in the Diyala province.
Supervised a team of 3-6 other painters in completing both residential and commercial paint jobs.
Completed new construction painting jobs for 6 homes in under 5 months.
Completed 100% of projects on time or ahead of schedule
Promoted to Painter Foreman after just 10 months of employment.
Received a company award called the "Star card" from the site supervisor after 3 months of employment
Daily activities at the assigned post consists of monitoring the security cameras and all access points for two separate buildings as well as three separate parking garages. While patrolling the buildings I am responsible for checking and inspecting all fire riser rooms for leaks and any malfunctioning equipment. While patrolling the parking garages all floors of each parking garage is covered to ensure that no unauthorized vehicles are on the premises. during these patrols the exterior mechanical rooms and fire riser rooms are checked and inspected for any leaks and any malfunctioning equipment as well as signs of any breaches in security. After every shift all recorded events and logs are double checked for accuracy and completion.
Squad Leader in a Light Infantry platoon; responsible for the maintenance and accountability of his squad's equipment valued in excess of $750,000; responsible for the collective training, health, welfare and professional development of nine soldiers; assisted the platoon leader in planning and preparing for combat, redeployment, and training operations.
Team leader in a Light Infantry Company; responsible for the welfare, fitness, morale and discipline of a four man Team; responsible for the individual training and maintenance of their equipment; primary instructor and advisor in the matters of tactics, personnel management and junior leader development; directs his Team's tactical employment during offensive and defensive operations; responsible for the accountability and maintenance of all assigned MTO&E equipment worth in excess of $30,000. Responsible for all his team does or fails to do, the care of his men, weapons, and equipment. He is the subject matter expert on all the team's weapons and battle drills. Leads his team in fire and maneuver and assists the squad leader as required. He is prepared to assume the duties of the squad leader at any time.
Supervisory responsibilities- supervises journey-level painters and temporary help; plans and organizes work and evaluates staff performance; completes time sheets, accident reports, and work orders; sets schedules of work to be accomplished considering preventive maintenance and emergency conditions; coordinates work with contractors insuring it is completed according to agreement; inspects facilities for needed maintenance; trains others in painting methods and techniques and reviews work for compliance with standards.
On site responsibilities-meets with individuals needing work done and defines project; advises on effect the surface, lighting conditions, and location will have on preparation; selects appropriate products for job; removes grease, oil, dirt, mold, loose or peeling material; patches cracks, holes, or other damaged areas; protects adjacent areas before painting by taping and using drop cloths; selects primer and application method; uses power sprayers, rollers, brushes, and other equipment for applying paints and stains; hangs wallpaper; stripes parking lots, football fields, and gym floors; removes debris and performs general clean-up of work area; selects and maintains tools and equipment for jobs; cleans and maintains brushes, rollers, trays, sprayers, compressors, and related equipment; stores paint inventory for future use; assists other maintenance and crafts personnel performing their duties.
Studies were incomplete due to the school being shutdown by the state.
Studies were incomplete due to discrepancies in VA benefits.
Lead, instruct and supervise 5-8 personnel. Consistently recognized for excellence in leadership, combat training, punctuality, dress/appearance, and fitness training. I have led my team in over 270 missions to include combat missions, route clearance and infrastructure assessments. My platoon collected data on the viability of water sources, the safety of electrical networks, the hygiene of waste management systems, and the delegation of education support for 16 villages. We also, conducted vehicle interdictions for possible weapons trafficking, joint Iraqi Security Force patrols, high priority Iraqi government election security, and detainee operations and transports. Utilizing the confluence of my experience and training to successfully complete my daily work duties. I have the skill sets to effectively and competently train any of my subordinates to prepare them for jobs they are expected to complete. Five previous members under my leadership have attained promotions to sergeant over the course of three years.
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