timber cruiser 40 hrs wk resume example with 20+ years of experience

Jessica Claire
, , 100 Montgomery St. 10th Floor (555) 432-1000,

Reliable, detail-focused, integrity-based Administrative Specialist offering 22 years of superior military staff support and program management. Competently conducts research and analysis of pertinent data to support critical decisions in accordance with governing regulations to guide policy decisions. Experienced in handling hazardous materials, conducting inventory control, and generating reports in various computerized systems. Expertise in maintaining, tracking, collecting, and analyzing data for report generation and presentation.

  • Microsoft Office
  • Multitasking
  • Working collaboratively
  • Organizational skills
  • Communication
  • Collaboration
  • Conflict resolution
  • Data management
  • Customer service
  • Team building
  • Troubleshooting
  • Critical thinking
  • Decision-making
  • Project planning
  • Friendly, positive attitude
  • Research
  • Policy guidance
  • Inventory control
  • Common sense
  • Bomb disposal
  • Hazardous device handling
  • Evidence preservation
  • Chain of custody principles
  • Team management
  • Public speaking
  • Program implementation
  • Quality standards
  • Performance evaluations
  • Emergency Response
  • PPE use
  • Supervision
  • Leadership
12/2018 to Current Timber Cruiser (40 Hrs/wk) MG Forestry, Roseburg | City, STATE,

Surveys timberlands within a 75-mile radius assessing current volume and health enabling the landowner to accurately forecast volume, growth, and profit.

  • Independently leads a diverse 2-4 person team daily to maximize production output while considering resource constraints.
  • Employs operational planning and critical thinking to establish production goals by assessing risk, individual capability, terrain, weather, access, and burn-out to maximize production while striking a positive work-life balance.
  • Personally maintained 95%+ accuracy in reporting hundreds of thousands of data points throughout tenure delivering precise data promptly elevating MG Forestry to the lead timber cruising contractor for Weyerhaeuser.
08/2013 to 07/2018 Civil Engineer Superintendent (60 Hrs/wk) United States Air Force | City, STATE,

Worked directly with the Civil Engineer Commander/Director as the Senior Enlisted Advisor at each location where the division was comprised of contract, civilian and military personnel (300-500 members). Advised Squadron Commander/Director on critical matters such as manpower, training, career development, security, work climate, morale, safety and readiness of all personnel. Assisted in developing and establishing policy guidance to facilitate long and short-term strategic initiatives supporting each installation’s mission. Routinely communicated vision and goals in-person, through email, and formal instructions.

Administered Civil Engineer award and appraisal programs:

  • Quality-checked over 100 appraisals annually/96% on-time rate. Promoted those deserving with the most potential.
  • Writing captured annual Emergency Management Team of the Year award for Europe/Explosive Ordnance Disposal Team of the Quarter for the installation.

Manpower/Human Resources Management:

  • Worked in the Emergency Operations Center, Unit Control Center, and the Crisis Action Team managing installation emergencies providing direction to airmen in-line with strategic guidance from key leaders. Crafted, reviewed, and routinely executed real-world/exercise emergency plans.
  • Expedited Department of State “Ordered Departure” amidst heightened security posture before attempted coup in Turkey. Readied 47 family members/33 records; evacuated 14 families to safety
  • Coordinated 60-person manning request to augment combat surge operations in Syria for nearly 120 days amidst civil unrest when power was cut off to the airbase.
  • Served as Explosive Ordnance Disposal/Civil Engineer lead in the Emergency Operations Center throughout recovery operations for an MQ-1 Predator crash on foreign soil. Successfully led the first local demolition operation in Turkey in 11 years. Eliminated the explosive threat to the local Turkish community promptly without incident.
  • Managed 1,200 manpower positions in support of elevated Force Protection requirements ensuring strict adherence to policy supporting daily combat operations in Syria while navigating the impact of the attempted coup while in Turkey.
  • Leadership was pivotal to surety and combat operations. The effort helped capture the best Surety Inspection rating in 2016 and 4 "Highly Effective" (best) ratings in the 2017 headquarters-level Unit Effectiveness Inspection.

Provided critical budget oversight:

  • Tripled work center travel budget, an increase of $42K, providing critical training required to maintain demolition proficiency. Justified 13 critical temporary duty assignments and procured $20K in mandatory readiness supplies. Ensured work center readiness to maintain fully mission capable.
  • Managed deployment resources; postured 5 mobility equipment packages/$3Mpoised & ready for combat ops
  • Managed/approved $110K annual budget; oversaw squadron travel and daily work center operational expenditures ensuring emergency response/training requirements.
06/2009 to 06/2013 Explosive Ordnance Disposal Supt. (50 Hrs/wk) United States Air Force | City, STATE,

Provided daily direction to the Explosive Ordnance Disposal (EOD) Flight (military bomb squad, 12-20 members) by organizing, training, and equipping the team to execute multiple missions revolving around safing all types of ordnance, improvised explosive devices, and supporting local law enforcement.

  • As the superintendent, I met with the team daily providing direction and ensuring they had the resources required to remain fully mission capable. Additionally, I attended executive meetings fostering relationships and gaining strategic insight while advocating for my team.
  • As the senior EOD enlisted member, I was ultimately responsible for the execution and management of multiple programs such as 1. Security, 2. Training, 3. Ground Safety, 4. Explosive Safety, 5. Equipment Accountability, 6. Weapons Accountability, 7. Explosives Accountability, 8. Fleet Management, 9. Budget Execution, 10. Deployment Readiness, 11. Administration, 12. Mobility and 13. Daily Operations.
04/1997 to 07/2009 Explosive Ordnance Disposal Technician (40 Hrs) United States Air Force | City, STATE,
  • Worked closely with team members to formulate complex render safe procedures in both permissive and non-permissive (combat) environments. Applied significant attention to detail and determined optimal plans for effective removal or destruction of ordnance after assessing the nature of devices and explosives present.
  • Managed unit training schedule and kept current records of training courses.
  • Employed operational risk management by evaluating scenes for security concerns and warned personnel to keep safe distances from blasting areas.
  • Responsibly handled explosives, classified materials, and weapons monthly with zero mishaps throughout my military career.
  • Supported 50+ Very Important Person security missions providing on-site bomb detection expertise around the world without incident.
  • Supervised fellow service members since 2001. Established expectations, provided daily guidance/feedback, ensured training benchmarks were met, and fostered a positive career progression.
  • Maintained multiple high-value/sensitive item accounts valued up to $3M. Accounts included equipment, explosives, weapons, classified materials, and computers. 100% accountability maintained throughout career.
  • Trained in evidence preservation and collection, including chain of custody, when responding to improvised explosive device emergencies.
Education and Training
Expected in 05/2018 to to Bachelor of Science | Business Quality Management Southwestern College of Professional Studies, Wichita, KS, GPA:

Developed quality management principles related to change management, team engagement, quality management systems, negotiation, conflict resolution, statistical analysis, and reporting.

  • Cum laude graduate
Expected in 12/2008 to to Associate of Science | Explosive Ordnance/Bomb Disposal Community College of The Air Force, Montgomery, AL, GPA:

2018 – Professional Managers Certification (30 hrs of ldrshp/mgmt. coursework )

2014 – Civil Engineer Superintendent Crs (80 hrs of civil engineer prgm mgmt.)

2012 – Senior Noncommissioned Officer Academy (6 wks of ldrshp studies)

2012 – Explosive Ordnance Disposal Commander Course (40 hrs EOD mgmt.)

2011 – High Altitude Advanced Tactics Crs (120 hrs advanced combat ops trng)

2011 – Evasion and Conduct After Capture Crs (40 hrs Code of Conduct trng)

2008 – Combat Lifesaver Crs (40 hrs of combat medical trng)

2007 – Noncommissioned Officer Academy (6 wks of ldrshp studies)

2006 – Advanced Improvised Explosive Device Disposal Crs (80 hrs of trng)

2006 – Combat Lifesaver Crs (40 hrs of combat medical trng)

2005 – Completed FEMA Introduction to the Incident Command System

2005 – Completed FEMA Introduction to the National Incident Management Sys.

2004 – Joint Nuclear Explosive Ordnance Disposal Crs (40 hrs nuclear safety)

2003 – Advanced Explosive Ordnance Disposal Access & Disablement Crs (80 hrs of Counter-Weapon of Mass Destruction trng)

2002 – Explosive Ordnance Disposal Craftsman Crs (80 hrs mid-level mgmt trng)

2001 – Hazardous Materials Operations Certification (40 hrs of spill cleanup trng)

2000 – Hazardous Materials Awareness Certification (40 hrs of properties trng)

2000 – Airman Leadership School (5 wks of ldrshp studies)

1997 – Explosive Ordnance Disposal Apprentice Crs (7 mos of EOD training)

1996 – Basic Military Training Crs (6 wks of fundamental military training)

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School Attended

  • Southwestern College of Professional Studies
  • Community College of The Air Force

Job Titles Held:

  • Timber Cruiser (40 Hrs/wk)
  • Civil Engineer Superintendent (60 Hrs/wk)
  • Explosive Ordnance Disposal Supt. (50 Hrs/wk)
  • Explosive Ordnance Disposal Technician (40 Hrs)


  • Bachelor of Science
  • Associate of Science

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