Willing to work as deck hand or in any other capacity for which I can be useful. Hard working, motivated, excellent communication and leadership skills.
2010-2013 Applications Engineer, Bruker Corporation, Tucson, AZ, 20 hours/week
• Assisted advanced technology group in product repair, test and validation
• Installed and programmed robotic arm systems for test in various implementations.
• Member of Design Verification and Test group to validate and improve new products.
2007-2009 Intern, Veeco Metrology Group, Tucson AZ, 30 hours/week
• Built and tested prototype hardware solutions for research group as they develop new measurement platforms
• Tested new software algorithms in a variety of conditions, highlighting areas of concern and improvement.
• Measured various samples for customers and prepared detailed sample demonstration reports
2003-2007 Operations Specialist/Track Supervisor – E5, United States Military, Naval Warfare Branch, full time
• Became youngest-to-date Track Supervisor in division at rank of E3 which is an E5 position
• Maintained all surface, air and subsurface tracks within a 50 nautical mile radius and correlated with other ships worldwide.
• Served as watch supervisor and section leader, including interpreting and evaluating presentations and tactical situations and make recommendations to supervisors during watch conditions.
• Supervised roughly 15 people, verifying all information passed through fleet is accurate and secure.
• Scored 4.0 or above out of 5.0 in every evaluation, allowing early promotion and accelerated rank to E5 status in two years’ time.
• Functioned as plotter, radio-telephone and Command and Control sound-powered telephone talker and maintained Combat Information Center (CIC) displays of strategic and tactical information.
• Operated surveillance and altitude radars' Identification Friend or Foe (IFF), and associated equipment.
• Served as Air Traffic Controller for helicopters and fixed-wing supersonic jet aircraft.
• Applied a thorough knowledge of doctrine and procedures applicable to CIC operations contained in U. S. Navy Instructions and Allied or U.S. Navy Publications and procedures necessary for radar navigation contained in Naval Oceanographic Office publications.
• Provided to the command technical information and assistance related to Anti-Surface Warfare, Anti-Air Warfare, Anti-Submarine Warfare, Amphibious Warfare, Mine Warfare, Naval Gunfire Support, and search and rescue operations, and other matters pertaining to the Operations Specialist's area.
• Volunteer Firefighter and Paramedic onboard ship.
1998-2003 Sales Associate, McClurg’s Decorating Center, 20 hours/week
• Responsible for all sales and customer-service related issues.
• Provided assistance in customer installations.
Rio Salado College, 2009-present
Pima Community College, 2007-2009
90% of coursework towards Associate of Science degree completed
Key classes include: Writing and Composition, Intermediate and Advanced College Algebra, Sociology, Geology, Psychology, Chemistry, Biology, Art and Visual Studies, Marine Biology
William Blount High School, graduated June 2002
Maintained >3.0 GPA while participating in multiple varsity sports and other activities
Able Bodied Seaman - Limited
Military Schools: "A" School, ACS School, Common Highband Data Link(CHBDL) school. AN/SYS-2(V) 4/5, TDLS (Tactical Delta Loop System).
• Certified Able Bodied Seaman - Limited
• Excellent written and verbal communication skills.
• Extensive experience with Microsoft Office Suite, including preparation of reports and training materials using Word and Powerpoint. Use of Excel for data entry, analysis and manipulation.
• Troubleshooting experience for software, electronics components, and systems.
• Recognized as a strong individual contributor, leader and team member.
• Motivated, hands-on, problem solver.
• U.S. Citizen