safety coordinator resume example with 4+ years of experience

Jessica Claire
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Professional Summary

Certified welder and transitioning logistics, production, and operations manager with a proven track record of leading teams and managing multi-million-dollar projects. Leadership & planning experience in program analysis and management, zero-loss inventory control, supply chain management manufacturing, sustainment and government policy.

  • Supervision
  • Occupational Safety
  • Logistics
  • Program Management
  • LEAN Manufacturing
  • Microsoft Office
  • Mentorship
  • Welding & Fabrication
Work History
Owner/Welder, 01/2022 to Current
Engineered Seal Products IncDavenport, IA,
  • Performed statistical analyses to gather data for operational and forecast team needs.
  • Managed day-to-day business operations.
  • Established foundational processes for business operations.
  • Cultivated forward-thinking, inclusive and performance-driven company culture to lead industry innovations.
  • Consulted with customers to assess needs and propose optimal solutions.
  • Aligned branding initiatives and sales strategies with client goals.
  • Leveraged industry knowledge and emerging trends to build innovative messaging and bring design concepts to fruition.
  • Reviewed project requirements to plan workflows and evaluate client time and budget constraints.
  • Identified design requirements for each project.
  • Read and followed blueprints and weld diagrams.
  • Documented welding on specified work order.
  • Inspected pieces for defects, measured and checked with straightedges or templates for compliance with specifications.
  • Employed mechanical presses, hand tools and heat guns to assemble and disassemble parts and products.
  • Closely monitored project and material layouts and specifications to effectively cut, contour and bevel metal and structural shapes.
  • Interpreted written assembly drawings and work instructions to properly complete tasks.
  • Checked drawing plots versus project input for correctness and conformance to standards.
  • Interpreted technical drawings, schematics and computer-generated reports to make revisions to CAD drawings.
  • Analyzed component and system details to resolve design problems.
  • Created CAD models and drawings for product designs, and converted required drawings into CAM files for mechanical and robotic production.
Welder, 09/2020 to Current
LedcorDayton, OH,
  • Interpreted verbal and written instructions from work orders and welding blueprints.
  • Examined structure and texture of parts to detect imperfections.
  • Fabricated structural forms, including pressure vessels and boiler components.
  • Clamped, held, tack-welded, heat-bent, ground and bolted component parts to achieve required configurations and positions.
  • Set up and operated hand and power tools, including welding equipment.
  • Fabricated shop parts directly from blueprints.
  • Identified equipment and production non-compliance issues and notified foreman to facilitate resolution.
  • Threaded pipes using piping machines.
  • Welded in flat, horizontal, vertical and overhead positions.
  • Repaired manufactured products by dismantling, straitening, reshaping and reassembling parts.
  • Removed and repaired unacceptable welds with air arc and grinder to meet quality guidelines.
  • Operated hoists, cranes and power tools to dismantle equipment to find and remove defective parts.
  • Followed safe work practices, which included fall protection and personal protective equipment.
  • Measured, threaded and cut materials to correct angles.
  • Fabricated piping pieces and components in line with design specifications for each system.
  • Avoided warping, shrinkage and distortion by carefully controlling welding processes.
  • Combined knowledge of metallurgy, geometry and welding techniques to choose optimal equipment and techniques.
  • Selected and operated shielded metal arc and gas metal arc welding equipment.
  • Employed mechanical presses, hand tools and heat guns to assemble and disassemble parts and products.
  • Closely monitored project and material layouts and specifications to effectively cut, contour and bevel metal and structural shapes.
  • Set up and operated shielded metal arc and gas metal arc welding equipment.
  • Salvaged and rebuilt parts to achieve cost savings and reduce waste.
  • Chipped off excess weld, slag and spatter using hand tools.
  • Assembled structural forms such as boiler parts and pressure vessels.
  • Observed hydrostatic and dimension tolerance tests to evaluate weld quality and conformance to specifications.
Safety Coordinator, 07/2019 to 02/2020
Occidental Petroleum Corp.(Oxy)Hobbs, NM,
  • Single contract safety representative for two sites spanning 13 operating locations, to include the Ft Eustis Ammunition Supply Point.
  • Conducted daily inspections for adherence to fire, hazard and safety guidelines; authored spot evaluations & Monthly/Quarterly CDRL reports.
  • Identified and worked to correct 124 OSHA deficient & actionable safety concerns.
  • Investigated 6 accidents/incidents, & personnel injury(ies) to determine cause and drafted/implemented recommendations for corrective action.
  • Launched effective health and safety program to eliminate accidents and injuries.
  • Built successful hygiene programs based on techniques such as atmospheric monitoring and noise surveys to provide ongoing worker support.
  • Identified accident causes and optimal prevention strategies by conducting thorough investigations and analyses.
  • Optimized new employee training on gear and procedures to maximize team safety.
  • Identified and eliminated potential safety code deficits and addressed adequacy of fire exits, stairways, aisle spaces and sprinkler systems through annual inspections.
  • Inspected facilities for adherence to fire, hazard and safety guidelines.
  • Inspected worksites, practices and gear for compliance with established safety standards.
  • Designed programs, policies and procedures that were implemented to reduce or eliminate workplace injuries and hazards.
  • Developed safety training procedures and authored manuals for distribution to staff members.
  • Checked written JSAs and permits for adherence to regulations.
  • Recommended measures to help protect workers from potentially hazardous work methods, processes and materials.
  • Provided new-employee health and safety orientations and developed materials for presentations.
  • Evaluated workplace conformance with OSHA and VOSH standards and regulations, implementing immediate strategies to resolve deficiencies.
Munitions Accountable Systems Officer (MASO), 09/2018 to 09/2019
Office DepotKirkwood, MO,

  • Managed Department of Defense (DoD) account and oversaw 1,329 line items totaling 1,246 Short Tons’ worth ($53 million dollars).
  • Led Memorandum of Agreement rewrite, outlined asset oversight and software testing between the US Army and Raytheon's National Capital Region Surface-to-Air program.
  • Supported Joint Forces Staff College curriculum, authored accountability process, facilitated physical security of 581 non-lethal devices; provided training to students.
  • Strategically planned five-year forecast; reviewed 32 accounts/validated 382 requests, developed $59.4 million dollar portfolio.
  • Managed War Reserve Material; drafted and executed 2019 budget and solved $980 thousand-dollar asset shortfall.
  • Supervised management of 32 munitions organizational accounts. Oversaw 343 customer issues and turn-ins worth $1.4 million dollars. Leadership sustained the mission/generated 426 training sorties
  • Lead for Higher Headquarters directed Custody Special Inspection; supervised physical audit of 18 units. Inventory Teams reconciled 7K assets and identified 3 discrepant accounts.
  • Identified and fixed 2-yr small arms errors; sourced 500k rounds for Installation Defense
  • Oversaw Due-in-For-Maintenance program; leaned processes and began married-part forecasting. Reduced no-notice issues and turn-in requests to zero for 6 months
  • Developed self-insp program; authored Training Business checklist and formalized after action reporting. Garnered zero findings during Air Combat Command Inspector General Inspection.
  • Ensured SENTRY SAVANNAH munitions support. Teams sourced 4k munitions worth $4 million dollars for a 14 day exercise which armed 18 jets throughout 188 sorties
  • Executed MASO semi-annual stock review; used Continuous Process Improvement to streamline inventory evaluation. Method yielded 27 unreported accountable document errors.
  • Piloted Fiscal Year 19 munitions requisition; assessed 370 allocations containing 2.1 million items worth $49 million dollars.
  • Fostered growth and accountability! Mentored 8 personnel, team earned 5 decorations, completed 9 semester hours of college, won the 2017 Maintenance Group Lance P. Sijan Award, two Maintenance Group Quarterly Awards and two flight monthly awards.
  • Accounted for Joint Service SRC III assets; created Army account and fixed allocation with Air Combat Commands A3 headquarter staff. Reduced JBLE travel time by 75%, FIAR compliant
  • Issued custodian business rules; drafted and coordinated appointments, schedule, and inventory procedures. Innovation reduced organizational refusals, no-shows, and unscheduled work to zero
  • Led 5-year munitions forecast; performed qualitative analysis for three year period on custody and stock data. Research led to the reporting of $509,000 dollars in unallocated excess.
  • Developed and implemented performance improvement strategies and plans to promote continuous improvement.
  • Actively listened to customers' requests, confirming full understanding before addressing concerns.
  • Worked closely with management teams to plan, develop and execute technical strategies aligned to client's vision.
  • Conducted qualitative and quantitative analysis of logistics operations to pinpoint and correct inefficiencies.
  • Led cross-functional teams in identification, pursuit and achievement of strategic goals.
  • Managed department inventories to identify unusual activities, excesses and fluctuations.
  • Analyzed processes and supply chain operational data to track trends, expectations and performance.
  • Demonstrated familiarity with profit and loss and sales-building programs and worked to achieve predetermined goals.
  • Supervised and trained personnel on supply procedures to guarantee accurate flow of materials.
  • Balanced longer-term strategic goals with shorter-term plans that offered high-visibility results.
  • Analyzed metrics and financial data to formulate proactive and reactive plans to maintain profitability and growth.
  • Engaged in strategic planning activities to increase operational capacity while achieving optimal returns from existing assets.
  • Documented physical supply chain processes such as workflows, cycle times, position responsibilities and system flows.
  • Maintained updated knowledge of functional technology and leveraged information to drive innovation.
  • Oversaw supply chain vendor pricing, inventory management and stock distribution.
  • Monitored quotas and forecasts to identify product and equipment shortages.
Production Superintendent, 03/2017 to 10/2017
Department Of DefenseEglin Air Force Base, FL,
  • Oversaw deployed 186 acre munitions storage area with 28 sited pads, 5 operating locations, and 1.1million pounds of Net Explosive Weight capability
  • Led 63 personnel across 6 sections in support of 12 F-22 deployed aircraft valued at $1.7 billion dollars.
  • Supervised a 61-member team in the daily maintenance of a $373 million-dollar explosive stockpile, stored in 33 facilities, spanning 186-acres, and sustaining $400,000 in Foreign Military Sales (FMS) to the Royal Australian Air Force.
  • Executed 100% on-time asset production and sustainment for 45 off-site aircraft, valued at more than $7.8 billion dollars.
  • Assembled 15 personnel from three specific disciplines; conducted troubleshooting, consolidated data, and consulted with Product Improvement Manager to rectify faulty software on a $25 million dollar aircraft system.
  • Oversaw international cargo planning & shipments; expedited 208-ton delivery of Hazardous Material & Industrial Equipment with zero delays.
  • Assessed manufacturing processes and recommended improvements to increase productivity.
  • Directed 28 Joint Direct Attack Munition operations; secured 84-point inspection with zero defects.
  • Dismantled and shipped 23 high-demand sensors to geographically separated unit, salvaged $973.9 in components used to employ 22 weapons.
  • Drove technical compliance; flawlessly passed 22 inspections, earned 100% QVI pass rating, and team garnered 3 out of 5 flight Quality Assurance Honor Role recipients
  • Briefed 13 General Officers; demonstrated deployed wings munitions assembly process to CENTCOM commander and other strategic leaders
  • Co-lead for 1st Maintenance Squadron April 2017 Theater Security Package; coordinated on short notice 95 personnel. ushered 115 unit line numbers of cargo weighing in at 208 tons. Leadership postured combatant commander for Operation INHERANT RESOLVE and FREEDOM SENTINAL success
  • Leaned Conventional Maintenance operations; directed repackage and removal of 8.9 thousand items with a combined 762.4 pounds of Net Explosive Weight. Led to a 60% reduction in scheduled inventory times.
  • Planned and organized production schedules and assessed project and resource requirements.
  • Estimated, negotiated and agreed on budgets and timescales with clients and managers.
  • Created and implemented systems to improve performance, boost profits and increase productivity.
  • Standardized production procedures, job roles and quality assurance guidelines.
  • Addressed personnel issues and scheduling conflicts promptly.
  • Reviewed work for quality and compliance with company standards and design specifications.
  • Created streamlined production schedules and collaborated with production employees to communicate objectives and goals.
  • Applied lean practices to balance workflow and eliminate unnecessary steps.
  • Managed internal operational standards and productivity targets.
  • Studied department operations to assist with development of new or improved methods of tooling and production processes.
  • Managed continuous improvement initiatives to drive gains in quality, flow and output.
  • Wrote and conducted formal performance reviews for production personnel.
  • Sourced materials to keep up with production goals and meet customer demands.
  • Estimated labor requirements to support anticipated workload.
  • Reviewed maintenance and repair problems to determine appropriate action for resolution.
  • Partnered with leadership on recruiting, hiring and coaching production personnel.
Programs Superintendent, 10/2014 to 03/2017
United States Air ForceCity, STATE,
  • Directs 17-member team across 3 sections. team processes MILPDS updates, performance appraisals, awards and decorations for 505 maintenance personnel
  • Guides squadron Unit Deployment Managers, ensures contingency readiness and reporting via ART, AFIT, and Defense Readiness Reporting Systems to Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff.
  • Headed squadron Resource Advisor Program; finalized Fiscal Year 2016 budget, completed 90 orders, $205 thousand-dollar budget executed.
  • Led Global Ammunition Control Point directed munitions suspension; removed and upgraded 12 thousand assets worth $6 million dollars.
  • Authored Exercise CRIMSON FOX Command and Control process; leaned status reporting by creating a Microsoft SharePoint Site and establishing permissions for access. Identified by the Wing Inspection Team as a Best Practice and earned a Superior Performer Award.
  • 1st Fighter Wing cargo deployment function lead; bed-down and ran program with 24 hour coverage for over two weeks.
Operations Manager, 11/2014 to 10/2016
United States Air Force, ,
  • Deployed systems section chief; led 3 work centers and 15 airman. team completed 280 operations, 521 sourced and delivered
  • Managed operation, training, and readiness for 26 personnel.
  • Leads 30 personnel conducting daily munitions deliveries, strictly enforced policies, directives and flight line safety protocols for 24-7 coverage
  • Implemented maintenance metrics system; collected 658 historical data points streamlined individual task analysis for 23 Airmen
  • Validates work center expenditures and monitors $7 million dollar wing pilot training allocation to ensure 100% availability and accountability
  • Ensures accomplishment of all maintenance and inspections on $993 thousand dollar equipment account and $48 thousand dollars in special tools.
  • Guides element's mobility team; provides unit Unit Deployment Managers Status of Resource and Training Air Expeditionary Force Reporting Tool status for 195 Unit Line Numbers and 8 Unit Type Codes worth $1.5 million dollars
  • Oversaw $3.5 million dollar vehicle fleet; staff coordinated 74 repairs and elevated mission capable rating by 35%.
  • Managed short-notice AIM-9X Redistribution Order; configured 32 tactical missiles on 4 aircraft pallets, -
  • Chaired a $25 million dollar deployed BRU-61/GBU-39 fault trend analysis; liaised with product improvement team, actions increased effectiveness rate by 14%
  • Identified Air Force wide top coat deficit for a $154 million dollar program, coordinated with headquarters to repair 110 AIM-9 weapons.
  • Applied qualitative and quantitative methodologies across 23 Unit Type Codes by adjusting course due dates for 169 employee and equipment servicing requirements on 2,300 equipment items.
Policy and Program Analyst, 10/2011 to 11/2014
United States Air ForceCity, STATE,
  • Guided the day-to-day activities of 157 units with a combined 7,000+ personnel, as well as munitions stockpiles containing 6,000 line-items, worth more than $14 billion dollars.
  • Provided governance for munitions logistics policy directly supporting a munitions stockpile valued at $6.6 billion.
  • 2W071 Functional Training Manager; Managed Combat Air Forces (CAF) Mission Readiness Training Programs (MRTP) strategic goals, objectives, and policy.
  • Analyzed attendance requirements for 5 USAF courses and approved 326 Training Line Number requests throughout 4 MAJCOMs, executing a $456K travel budget.
  • Chaired 2W0 training plan review; proofed upgrade training requirements and drafted proficiency standards. Issues identified during my assessment led to the establishment of a HAF working group.
  • Used forecasting and allocation expertise to realign training allocations by redistributing 27 quotas across 4 MAJCOMs; analysis of utilization rates saved units with previously “unfunded” quotas $126,000 dollars in projected travel expenses.
  • Experienced with identifying achievable economies, as part of input for the Combat Air Forces (CAF) Training Strategic Plan.
  • Road mapped future policy milestones and eliminated 1,000 man-hours ($20,000 savings).
  • Developed CAF Munitions Training Strategic Plan; road mapped future policy milestones.
  • Identified clear connections between policies and business results to eliminate or reduce confusion to help managers achieve strategic goals.
  • Chaired 11 CAF Munitions teleconference training sessions; these seminars developed 104 munitions managers, taught reporting and request procedures, solicited field level feedback on bottlenecks.
  • Application of teleconference findings reduced e-mail traffic to Munitions Functional Training Manager by 75% and eliminated approximately 1,000-man hours, and $20,000 in misappropriated travel funding.
  • Established virtual POI for inspection training which saved $50,000 in annual TDY expenses
  • Developed MAJCOM policy benchmarks, saving a thousand labor hours, estimated at $20 thousand-dollars.
  • Ensured execution of $450 thousand-dollar travel budget as the Munitions Functional Training Program Manager.
  • Frequently utilized the Microsoft software suite to develop and present training materials. Also experienced with establishing and managing SharePoint portals for up to 12k users.
  • Created & administered a Major Command (MAJCOM) Microsoft SharePoint site; managed 212 sub-sites, utilizing approximately 12,000 authorized users, while facilitating a "bottoms-up" approach to information exchange.
  • Designed a USAF Specialty Code Training SharePoint site that improved unit training forecasting and fulfillment, process was adopted by the Air Force Personnel Center's (AFPC) quota management team.
  • Designed the Combat Air Forces (CAF) munitions training SharePoint database saving $192 thousand annually.
  • Realigned MAJCOM training requirements saving $78 thousand dollars and increasing qualified personnel by 29.
  • Provided life-cycle sustainment and policy oversight on explosive arsenals valued in excess of $6.6 billion dollars.
  • Functional Training Manager; managed a $450,000 dollars TDY-to-School travel account without error.
  • Designed USAF Specialty Code Training SharePoint site; improved unit training forecasting and fulfillment. This "Process" was adopted by the USAF Air Force Personnel Center's quota management team.
  • Created and administered a Major Command Microsoft SharePoint site; managed 212 sub-sites, utilizing approximately 12,000 authorized users, while facilitating a "bottoms-up" approach to information exchange.
  • Designed & Administered 212 site and 12-thousand-member command and control system using Microsoft SharePoint.
  • Provided life-cycle sustainment and policy oversight on munitions stockpiles valued at approximately $14B.
  • Drafted and delivered briefs to senior level military leadership conveying information on logistic and process changes.
  • Conducted thorough reviews of operations to devise and deploy improvement strategies.
  • Recommended updates to current legislation, regulations and policies.
  • Drafted and presented reports outlining policy actions.
  • Orchestrated smooth and efficient program development by collaborating cross-functionally across departments.
  • Leveraged project management processes and tools to define and execute projects.
  • Established milestones and objectives based on input from functional areas and stakeholders.
  • Collaborated with business leadership to set priorities based on business needs, resource capacity and risk exposure.
  • Researched industry best practices in support of training development and program content.
  • Coached team members on productivity strategies to accomplish challenging goals.
  • Demonstrated strong writing and presentation skills to develop briefs, memorandums and analytical reports for clients.
  • Worked with subject matter experts to develop and implement mentoring programs to promote better learner experiences.
  • Engaged and worked alongside cross-functional stakeholders to manage strategic initiatives.
  • Facilitated workshops and conducted one-on-one training to educate team members.
  • Managed and supervised administrative and daily program operations, complying with policies and regulations.
  • Provided program management expertise in lean Six Sigma strategies and agile methods, practices and execution.
  • Designed and developed programs and projects for dissemination to personnel.
  • Identified program obstacles and communicated possible impacts to team.
  • Managed multiple strategic projects with numerous sub-projects or workstreams.
Air Force Combat Ammunition Instructor (AFCOMAC), 12/2007 to 10/2011
Company NameCity, State,
  • Training Instructor; executed over 2,000 hours developing curriculum, evaluating performance, and leading guided discussions for the Senior Officer Orientation & Combat Ammunition Planning and Production Courses
  • Selectively manned position; academic instructor for the Air Force Combat Ammunition Center (AFCOMAC)
  • Trained AF munitions technicians, supervisors and field/company grade officers in combat munitions planning
  • Supervised, advised and assesses exercise participants during combat mass munitions production operations
  • Developed curriculum and validates course lesson plans, study guides, exams and advisor teaching guides
  • Develops/validates course curriculum, lesson plans, teaching/student study guides and exams to include TTPs
  • Provided training and oversight to key stakeholders; enforced loss-prevention and inventory control techniques for approximately $11 million dollars in Foreign Military Sales to Iraqi Special Operations Forces.
  • Initiated a $1.3 million "near-zero-cost" Ammunition Holding Area expansion project to improve the overall safety of adjacent community

  • LTAT FLE mbr, responsible for advising 4.2K ISOFenabled 360 msn/apprehension 540 suspected insurgents
    - Rectified bulk MOGAS loss; developed inventory mgmt pgmsecured 60K liters/coined by CJSOTF L TF/CC
    - Author'd explosives familiarization crs; taught six munition handlerskey to sustainment ONO force generation
    - Drafted 15K sq ft/$1.3M AHA upgrade; redesigned blast containment barrierssafeguarded 50 lraqi families
    - Joint ops ldr; escorted Iraqi fuel deliveries; 8 msn/960K literszero incidents ... maintained critical inventories
    - Executed munitions cntrl pgm; implemented serial trackingcut inventory time 50% ... 1,248 hrs saved annually
    - Discovered "4" UXOs w/in ISOF compound; coor'd removal w/EOD techsvital to safety 2K coalition forces
    - Oversaw 10.8M/$ l l .5M munition rds; rectified record errorsyielded 100% inventory cntrl...OIF sustainment
  • - Supervised mass munitions assembly; 10K components/700K lbs NEWachieved 92% technical accuracy rate
    - Instructed 21M/2W0 CGO/7/9-level upgrade training; 244 hrs/560 CCAF credit hrsupgraded 140 technicians
    - Modernized AFCOMAC facility; replaced seminar furniture/equipment$321K upgrade/enhanced environment
    - Inspected Iraqi Special Ops Force's (ISOF) $11M muns stockpile180 critical combat missions fully executed
    - Mentored during weekly Iraqi Boy Scout sessions; distributed needed goodsbolstered relations with 75 Iraqis
    - Supported Wounded Warrior Program; organized range/prepped small armsimproved 50 soldiers' well being
    - Completed six courses toward BA degree in Legal Studies; maintained 4.0 GPAenhanced instructor abilities
    - Directed unit ADPE inventory; $25K/computers/printers/equipmentensured 100% accountability established
    - Drove unit to success; Wg Citation of Honor/Thomas Gerrity Logistics/CSAF Team Excellence Awd nominees

    - Supervised mass muns assy; 8K assets/3.2M lbs NEW/1.3K ATO sorties/6 MDS93% accuracy rate achieved
    - Meshed academic slides w/ study guides; 20 curriculum blocks validated/alteredenhanced trng quality 15%
    - Developed/validated CMSgt/SMSgt AFCOMAC trng schedule; coor'd w/ MAJCOM/A4sfilled 24 positions
    - Revised plans of instruction/lesson plans/study guide; added 15 acad hrs to crseboosted CCAF credits 5 to 6
    - Instructed Sr Officer Orient crse; provided hands-on/expeditionary combat munitions trngtrn'd 115 Sr leaders
    - Allocated 560 AFCOMAC slots between ten commandsensured critical UGT seats available for career field
    - Fulfilled 2nd CCAF degree reqt; earned Instructor of Tech/Military Sciencecompiled 1.7K hrs of instruction
    - Completed 7 legal/mgmt crses; 111 SH completed toward BA degree; 4.0 GPAenhanced instructor abilities
    - CWPC grad; 2-week/64 hr delib/crisis action planningprof development enhanced student wartime readiness
    - Developed expl op lesson plans; completed muns insp crse/trn'd 238 Amnstandardized AF muns crew briefs
    - Instrumental during AF CMBRE W23 cable test; 223 KMU kits tested/collected datareduced test time 75%
    - Dynamic NCO! Led sq to wg Citation of Honor/CSAF Team Excellence awd nomspromote ahead of peers!
    - Actualized mobility bin AFSO21 RIE result; exploited student recvry/redeployment trngslashed process 86%
    - Initiated new GBU-39/B trng plan; Boeing/SPO mx trn'd/created concept of opsenabled course advancement
    - Strong leadership! Garnered Combat Advisor/4th qtr, Advisor/Yr & NCO/Yr 08STEP promotion warranted
  • Used analytical models and mathematical analysis to create and maintain key performance metrics.
  • Studied movement of goods to identify gaps in efficiency and other areas needing improvement.
  • Collaborated with colleagues in developing benchmark lessons and identifying curriculum needs of faculty.
  • Effectively implemented best training practices and adult learning principles in planning and creation of instructional materials.
  • Provided subject matter expertise on all courses, materials and lesson plans.
  • Designed course materials and supported implementation.
  • Created curricula, research topics and conceptualized course format, subject matter and presentation.
  • Oversaw curriculum development and implementation in alignment with best practices.
  • Tested students to assess progress and adapted learning plans in alignment with performance.
  • Tracked student progress, frequently checking in with struggling students and identifying root causes of problems.
Certification Program: Combination Welding, Expected in 09/2020 to Tidewater Tech - Norfolk, VA
Master of Science: Public Administration, Expected in 2014 to Bellevue University - Bellevue, NE
Bachelor of Science: Legal Studies, Expected in 2012 to Bellevue University - Bellevue, NE
Associate of Science: Instructor of Technology And Military Science, Expected in 2009 to Community College of The Air Force - Montgomery, AL
Associate of Science: Munitions Systems Technology, Expected in 2008 to Community College of The Air Force - Montgomery, AL
  • Life Cycle Logistics Level I; Defense Acquisition University, Fort Belvoir, VA 2014
  • Professional Manager; Community College of the Air Force, Maxwell-Gunter Annex, AL 2013
  • Occupational Instructor; Community College of the Air Force, Maxwell-Gunter Annex, AL 2010
  • Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) 10-Hour; Tidewater Tech, Norfolk, VA 2020
  • American Welding Society D1.1, Structural Welding Code-Steel SMAW E7018, 4G Position, 1/8”- 3/4", Tidewater Tech, Norfolk, VA 2020
  • American Welding Society D1.1, Structural Welding Code-Steel FCAW E71T-1, 3G Position, 1/8”- 3/4", Tidewater Tech, Norfolk, VA 2020
  • American Welding Society D1.1, Structural Welding Code-Steel FCAW E71T-1, 4G Position, 1/8”- 3/4", Tidewater Tech, Norfolk, VA 2020

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School Attended

  • Tidewater Tech
  • Bellevue University
  • Bellevue University
  • Community College of The Air Force
  • Community College of The Air Force

Job Titles Held:

  • Owner/Welder
  • Welder
  • Safety Coordinator
  • Munitions Accountable Systems Officer (MASO)
  • Production Superintendent
  • Programs Superintendent
  • Operations Manager
  • Policy and Program Analyst
  • Air Force Combat Ammunition Instructor (AFCOMAC)


  • Certification Program
  • Master of Science
  • Bachelor of Science
  • Associate of Science
  • Associate of Science

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