I am seeking a competitive and challenging environment where I can use my skills, experience, and extremely motivated mindset to serve your organization. I would like to establish a career with new standards to meet and for the opportunity to surpass these standands to set the bar higher.
Calm under pressure
Active listening skills
Excellent attention to detail
Ramp leadJetblue Airways - Orlando, Florida09/2007 - Current
Taking calls, making the schedule, coordinating which crews work each flight for the shift, calling in broken ground service equipment, giving the fuelers the fuel loads for each aircraft, and assigning each lead with the tools they need to complete their shift.
In charge of a four-man crew to park, offload, upload, and push-out flights on time.
Schedule each pier with a crew member and assign each crew member with a break.
Ensure that all bags for each flight on my shift is sent to the designated aircrafts on time to be loaded accordingly. At the end of every flight a specific load sheet needs to be sent to the coordinator
At the end of every bag room shift I must write a recap report of the schedule for the day, the amount of bags that missed their flights for the day, and the reasons the bags missed.
Loaded, unloaded and transported cargo weighing up to 100 pounds between terminals and aircraft.
Sorting bags to their designated carts which were assigned for different airlines and their desired cities.
After two years of elite performance and dedication to the company I became the first bagroom lead ever for the station, where my duties added supervising full operations in the bag room.
Coordinate each ramp agent to each airline, make sure each flight was taken to its aircraft on time to be loaded in a timely manner, report any discrepancies to my manager, and build a team to help the bag room operation run proficiently.
SpecialistB- 41st engineersUnited States Army08/2000 - 08/2003
As a team leader, my responsibilities were to lead and mentor my team of three soldiers at all times including off-duty and wartime situations.
Squad driver, maintaining the vehicle maintenance guidelines. squad and Platoon radio transmission operator, squad machine gunner.
Arm and disarm mines, explosive specialist, setting up barbed wire and bridge obstacles, running overnight security with a team, brainstorming with the team on missions and daily routines
High School Diploma: Onondaga Community College - Syracuse, New York5/2004 Some College Coursework Completed