Tool Room officer who applies advanced knowledge of tools and equipment used throughout prisons and institutions. I am committed to hard work and adapting to new environments. I am able to work with all different skill levels and diverse personalities.
(Honolulu Leadership Class 2009) This program is designed to teach non-supervisors the Bureau's and institution's management philosophy and providing the knowledge and skills needed to become future leaders of the agency. Completed in November 11, 2009.
(Selective Program Manager) Member of the Affirmative Employment Committee. I received the Selective Placement Program Manager's Award for the Western Region. This award was presented to me by the Western Region Director of the Federal Bureau of Prisons. Currently active at the FDC Honolulu.
(Employees Club) Vice President of the FDC Honolulu employees club. I organize fund raiser functions and encourage employees to participate in events to motivate positive work moral. Currently active at FDC Honolulu.
(CPR) Annually trained for life saving respiratory methods.
I have received multiple awards for my dedication and hard work throughout my career with the Bureau of Prisons.
I am responsible for the supervision of inmates and monitoring the tool room operations for correctional services at a Federal Bureau of Prisons correctional facility. I am the officer in charge of the Tool Room. I supervise all tool room operations such as issuing tools, updating tool inventories, making tools, and surveying broken tools. I performed survey functions and documented all broken tools prior to disposal. I inspect all areas of tool storage for accurate tool markings, inventories, and proper classification of tools. I supervise and instruct inmates on the proper handling and care of all classification tools and equipment and impose all safety measures required for all levels of tools. I issue tools to and train staff if necessary on the operation, control, classifications and handling of tools in compliance with institution security regulations. I receive guidance from the Captain and Associate Wardens and performed duties independently as given and assure that it complies with policies. I routinely inspect work areas where tools are being used to ensure all safety measures are in place in order to meet OSHA guidelines. I ensure that all tools are properly shadowed and is responsible for handling master files for tool reports, investigations and computer based files. I perform inventories in several locations throughout the interior and exterior of the institution which required regular and recurring physical exertion, such as long periods of standing, walking, bending, stooping, reaching, and crawling. I am persuasive when initiating new technical methods and discuss contract requirements with vendors, manufactures and product engineers regarding institution tool needs.
As a Correctional Officer, I worked in a secured mental housing unit which I supervised and organized individual and group counseling on a daily basis. During individual counseling sessions, I interviewed and orientated new inmates to the housing unit. I counseled and resolved day-to-day problems with inmates on the spot and during individual and group counseling sessions.
I counseled inmates of all custody levels with various social disorders such as depression. I conferred with social workers and case managers with all findings. I interviewed and counseled inmates and consulted with social workers and case managers on a daily basis concerning perceived problems. I conducted shake-downs, searches and inspections of the living units for contraband and to ensure policies of the institution on sanitation and security were being followed. I am trained and prepared to respond to any institution emergencies. I am able to react and use physical control in situations where necessary such as in fights between inmates, assaults on staff and in the events of riots or escape attempts. I have the authority to enforce criminal statues and judicial sanctions including arrest and detention authority on institution property.
As a warehouse/stock clerk, I packaged merchandise and products manually. I secured merchandise and products by wrapping it with protective material. I started, stopped and regulated the speed of conveyor belts and loaders. I weighed containers and adjusted quantity daily. I utilized nails and glues in order to close and seal containers. I labeled containers and placed container tags on products and merchandise to ensure inventory accountability. I was responsible for the inventory control of materials and merchandise for the store. I sorted and bundled containers and pallets daily. I was responsible for packing special arrangements or selections of products. I inspected materials, products, merchandise and containers at each step of the packaging process while recording information such as weight, time and date packaged. This consisted of receipt, cataloging, stocking and merchandising of all incoming products and materials from outside sources. I utilized purchase orders and ensured all items received are of the nature and quality ordered. I observed packaging operations and inspected containers to verify conformance to specifications. I ensured necessary shipping and receiving documents were prepared and determined method of shipment upon notification that goods are to be shipped or received. I trained workers in operation of equipment and requisitions of containers and other products being delivered from companies. I processed work orders to ascertain materials or containers to be moved. I opened containers using steel cutters, crowbars, claw hammers or other hand tools. I operated fork lifts and pallet jacks to load and unload materials and products on to or from pallets, trays, racks and shelves on a daily basis. I supervised and coordinated activities of workers engaged in lifting, transporting, storing and loading merchandise, materials and products by use of conveyors, pallet jacks, fork lifts or industrial equipment. I continuously verified and prepared records such as routing slips, material requisitions and job orders.
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