I am a highly motivated hard working individual determined to succeed at whatever I put my mind to I demonstrated this time and again in my thirteen years of service in the United States Navy Proven ability to organize coworkers meet deadlines with great attention to detail with an excellent track record of achieving results that meet or exceed expectations. Known for safety, leadership abilities and skills. I am seeking a position in the oil and natural gas industry where I can bring immediate value and strengths to your company, whilst developing my skills further.
(Jul-2006 – Jan-2011)
Dohrn Transfer, Decatur, Il.
load and unload truck trailers, check freight bills for accuracy, safe and timely delivery and pick up freight from various locations, preform pre/post trip inspections on truck, keep drivers daily log book, insure all other permits and required documents were to date and in order as per D.O.T. load my own truck insuring safe and proper loading of freight.
(Aug-2005 – Jul-2006)
Evans Restoration, Springfield, Il.
supervise a three to seven person team on de-watering and set up of drying equipment on new job sites write estimates, de-water, set up / take down drying equipment as necessary, take moisture and temperature readings, check all work sites daily and make necessary adjustments to equipment as necessary, take inventory of all de-watering and drying equipment daily
Over the Road Truck Driver
(Oct-2003 – Mar-2004)
Willis Shaw Express, Elm Springs, AK.
Safe and timely pick up / delivery of freight, conduct daily pre and post trip inspections of truck and trailer, maintain daily drivers log, ensure all other permits and documents were current and in accordance with D.O.T. regulations.
(Jan-1995 – Oct-2001)
Bridgestone / Firestone, Decatur, Il.
Assigned to the banbury Dept. certified wig / wag attendant, 11 banbury operator pellet control tower operator, service utility relief person, M.E.O. (fork lift operator), also used to augment the 27 banbury (master batch) crews and in the compound room weighing pigments and resins for both final and master batch banburys.
(Oct-1984 – Apr-1994)
United States Navy, various
DECK SEAMAN: PREFORMED PREVENTIVE MAINTENANCE, SHIPBOARD PRESERVATION, MEMBER OF UNDERWAY BRIDGE WATCH TEAM (FORWARD AND AFT LOOK OUT HELM AND LEE-HELM MESSENGER OF THE WATCH), IN CHARGE OF PAINT MIXING AND ISSUE ROOM ALSO PAINT AND FLAMMABLE LIQUIDS LOCKERS AND STORAGE ROOMS. PETTY OFFICER-BOATSWAIN MATE: BOATSWAIN MATE OF THE WATCH UNDERWAY IN CHARGE OF BRIDGE WATCH TEAM SECTION, IN CHARGE OF ALL SHIPBOARD AVIATION SPACES, MEMBER OF SECURITY ALERT FORCE, PETTY OFFICER OF THE WATCH IN PORT QUARTER DECK WATCH IN CHARGE OF THE MESSENGER OF THE WATCH,PREFORMED SEVEN MONTHS TEMPORARY ASSIGNED DUTIES AS PART OF SHIPBOARD MASTER-AT-ARMS FORCE WITCH DUTIES WERE TO MAINTAIN GOOD ORDER AND DISCIPLINE ON BOARD AND TO INVESTIGATE, INTERVIEW AND WRITE REPORTS ON FINDINGS OF INCIDENTS AND ANY INFRACTIONS OF NAVY REGULATIONS, FEDERAL OR STATE LAWS IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE UNIFORMED CODE OF MILITARY JUSTICE.
Diploma truck driver training Lincoln Land Community College, Springfield, Illinois
(Aug-2003 – Sep-2003)
grade for course of study 93% class "A" CDL with dbl/tpl, tank and hazmat endorsements
Certificate Naval Security Force, basic law enforcement Naval Security Precinct Whidbey Island, N.A.S. Whidbey Island, Oak Harbor, Washington
(Oct-2002 – Oct-2002)
Certificates: standard field sobriety testing, Oleoresin Capsicum Pepper Spray, Monadnock expandable police baton, emergency vehicle license (police), operations and utilization of Doppler Radar to determine speed, operation and utilization of Breathalyzer to determine B.A.C. level
Diploma Naval Corrections Military Police Military Police and Corrections School Ft. McClellan, Ft. McClellan Alabama / Annisten, Alabama
(Aug-1989 – Sep-1989)
unarmed self-defense, introduction to the federal correction setting, handling treatment and care of confinees, safe and proper interaction with confinees all instruction in accordance with N.E.C.9575
Certificate of completion, vocational, Waste water treatment Lincoln Land Community College, Springfield, Illinois
(Sep-1980 – Nov-1980)
Biological treatment of waste water, fundamental process and mechanical equipment operation of a waste water facility, standards for water recovery for safe release back into waterways according to Illinois E.P.A. standards.
High School Diploma Illinois
(Sep-1976 – Jun-1979)
General studies and industrial arts including welding small engines and drafting.
hold a current class "A" C.D.L. with endorsements, (N)-tank, (T)-dbl/trpl and (X) hazmat
military – emergency vehicle operator license (police)
Have a good fundamental knowledge of ark and oxyacetylene welding, cutting with acetylene torch.
I have a good mechanical aptitude
Able to make, understand and follow mechanical drawings or diagrams.
basic knowledge of carpentry, pluming, and electricity
Knowledgeable on the proper use and care pneumatic and electric hand tools.
Skills needed to use electric and pneumatic spray paint rigs.
Possess nine and a half years’ experience of deck seamanship including line handling, preservation and preventive maintenance on all topside equipment including fire stations, life boats and inflatable rafts, boat davits, cranes, wenches fixed or standing rigging and portable rigging.
Successfully completed navy’s petty officer / noncommissioned officer training program, qualified petty officer of the watch in port, boatswain of the watch underway in charge of bridge watch section including all lookout possessions, petty officer in charge of line handlers on after spring lay line during sea and anchor detail, was placed in charge of all shipboard aviation spaces.
Familiar and good with hand tools also power tools electric and pneumatic power tools.
A valuable team player and competent leader / supervisor.
possess teaching abilities, instructor for indoctrination classes in naval reserves
Certified in one and two person C.P.R. and advanced first aid.
References Available on Request
worked with Boy Scout troop
annual contribution to the United Way
give regularly to various other charities
received a letter of commendation from a rear admiral the commanding officer of the ships entire squadron for diligent work and attention to detail consistently preformed while in charge of the shipboard aviation resulting in the upgrade in the ships readiness to conduct antisubmarine warfare
Demonstrated ability to be a valuable team player, in the form of letters of commendation, letters of appreciation while at various commands for the receipt of awards I.E. battle evidence and meritorious unit commendation.
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