To obtain full-time employment as a Consumer Safety Inspector.
Worked 40+ hours weekly
Other Job-related experience:
● Substitute Teacher, Duplin County Schools, Kenansville NC, May 2013-2014
● Swine Herdsman, Jimmy Goodman Farm, Mount Olive NC, August 2002-May2013
● Dairy herdsman, Cherry Research Farm,Goldsboro NC, June 2006-July 2008
● Agriculture Laboratory Assistant, James Sprunt Community College, Kenansville NC, January
● Herdsman/Farm Assistant, ABS Family Farms Inc., Magnolia, NC, August 2003-January 2006
● Swine Herdsman, Brown's of Carolina, Kenansville, NC, January 2000-January 2002
● Private First Class, United States Army, April 1997-May 1998
Assisted Dietary Cooks with duties included preparing meals for the patients following the posted weekly menus in a safe, sanitary manner that followed state and local guidelines.
Assisted with preparing all meals to be presented to the patients, with a variety of different diets, often making sure that each meal was given to the proper patient.
Ensured that sanitary conditions were always properly maintained, both in the kitchen and in the storage facility.
Worked 40+ hours weekly
● Primary duty is to perform postmortem inspection on young chickens.
● Performed Paw synchronization
● Shadowed Consumer Safety Inspector while they did zero tolerance checks and other inspections
in different departments.
● Performed antemortem inspection and found live chickens in dead bin which resulted in a
Memorandum of Interview written against plant.
● Retain suspect carcass for further inspection by Veterinarian.
● Directly interact with plant employees such as line leaders, maintenance persons, etc.
● Monitor operational sanitation and observant of my surroundings.
● I give the plant due process but also take regulatory control by stopping the line when necessary.
• I examine poultry products preventing those which are adulterated from being introduced into commerce
• I perform Anti-Mortem inspection to ensure that poultry is slaughtered using good commercial practices
• I perform Post-Mortem inspection to guarantee product is not contaminated
• While partnering with a CSI 8 I observed an insanitary condition, condensation dripping into a box of ground chicken product, which is not in compliance with federal regulations and observed necessary regulatory actions taken according to Rules of Practice, 9 CFR 500
• I exercise professional judgement and knowledge of FSIS mission and authority to stop line process when there is an excessive amount of guts from PGI (Poultry Gall Intestine Remover) or notify team leader who notify maintenance when there is grease on product
• I ensure Sanitation Procedures protect public health by maximizing compliance with laws and
regulations governing the production of meat and poultry products.
Worked 40+ hours weekly
Supervisor: Dr. James Riggione, SPHV (252)348-4294)
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I have also taken the following job-related courses,
FSIS Sexual Harassment/Special Emphasis Training
FSIS, Poultry Slaughter Inspection Training – 6/ 2014
FSIS, Ethics and Conduct Training
FSIS, Discrimination Training
FSIS, Information Security Awareness Training
FSIS, No Fear Act Training
FSIS-Employee Misconduct and Reporting
Poultry Training 3100 USDA FSIS Fall 2017
● Over four years experience as a Food Inspector at various poultry processing plants with different
types of evisceration lines.
● Completed Effective Teacher Training (Spring 2012)
● Associate in Applied Science Degree Livestock and Poultry Technology-Swine Concentration.
● Fifteen years experience working on company and private swine operation.·
● Three years experience working on private turkey farm.
● Four years experience working as a veterinary assistant and groomer.
● Two years experience working on research dairy farm.
● Knowledge of basic production records utilized by the swine industry.
● Able to establish production goals, calculate production efficiencies, complete a production
summary, and interpret data from a computer printouts.
● Able to prepare and analyze a farm budget.
● Knowledge of basic laws and financial aspects affecting agriculture.
● Able to demonstrate knowledge of forage and field crop production practices.
● Able to react quickly when problems arise.
● Able to work independently with minimal supervision.
● Able to receive instructions written or verbally.
Assisted with set up of new lab equipment and renovate existing greenhouse.
● Directed agriculture students in planning, planting and maintenance of spring greenhouse
● Supervised employees working on swine farm.
● Clean stalls, pens and equipment using disinfectant solutions, brushes, shovels, water hoses,
pressure washer and/or pumps.
● Examined animals to detect illness, injury, or disease, and to check physical characteristics,
such as rate of weight gain.
● Groomed, clipped, trimmed, and/or castrated animals; docked ears and tails; and or sheared
coats to collect hair.
● Mixed feeds, additives, and medicines in prescribed portions.
● Performed duties related to livestock reproduction, such as breeding animals within
appropriate timeframes, performing artificial insemination, and helping with animal births.
● Feed and water livestock; and monitor food and water supplies.
● Collect various samples and data for research projects.
● Ability to move livestock to different pen/ pasture in a safe and secure manner.
● Ability to operate various types for farm equipment.
● Experience with Big Dutchman feed system and Feed Logic feed system.
● Performed a variety of research projects pertaining to swine industry.
● Troubleshooting farm equipment.
● Operated forklift.
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