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Objective


I want to serve as Deck and Medical Officer with an excellent crew on a worthy vessel.


Experience


Emergency Medical Technician 2011 - current

•Provide professional and confidential medical care for trauma and medical patients

•Practice ambulatory and non-ambulatory patient care within HIPAA guidelines and scope of care

•Experienced in Pre Hospital Trauma Life Support and medical assessment

•Medical Person in Charge endorsed by U.S. Coast Guard (Table A-VI/4-2)

¥Experienced in IV administration, catheter placement, dislocation reduction, and inoculations

¥Medical report documentation and terminology (HIPAA standards)



2nd Mate/Chief Medical Officer/Fly-fishing Guide 2013 - current (seasonal)



•Perform daily watch duties

•Navigate 571 GRT vessel MV Mist Cove

¥Boat operations (19 ft. motor skiffs)

¥Crane operations (10,000 lb.)

¥Provide professional fishing guide service for company guests

¥Provide safety, informative, and interpretive presentations for guests

•Manage routine deck duties

¬¬•Assess and advise crew and passenger health issues

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USCG Approved Instructor 2009 - current



¥Instruct US Coast Guard license training courses

¥Proctor U.S. Coast Guard examinations

¥Successfully establish U.S. Coast Guard approved maritime courses in underserved markets

¥Develop U.S. Coast Guard and Red Cross accredited curricula for domestic and international companies to serve market demand

¥Contract with small companies to accomplish financially relevant business plans and regional market channel structures

¥Create and administer Web sites that gain quantitatively viable and strategic market presence

¥Navigate charter vessels in high passenger volume seasons



Park Ranger 2004 - 2007



¥Promoted to law enforcement officer after two years of service and academy training

¥Protected human life and U.S. territory according to Title 36 Code of Federal Regulations

¥Supervised budgets and logistics for major environmental protection operations in Grand Canyon

¥Trained and instructed personnel in white water rescue, motor boat operations, helicopter operations, medical education, and environmental stewardship

¥Water quality and food safety inspector

¥Volunteered as field trainer for Northern Arizona University

¥Supported scientific and health services for Grand Canyon National Park, Coconino County Health Services and other state and federal agencies



Journeyman Expedition Leader 1998 - 2004

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¥Operated motor and oar-powered rafts and kayaks on +150 Colorado River expeditions

¥Supervised +/- 40 crew members and commercial passengers in safety sensitive areas in Grand Canyon National Park

¥Hourly public speaking engagements and updates

¥Draft weekly activity reports

¥National Park Service licensed backcountry tour operator


Education


Master of Business Administration Degree - University of Phoenix

Management, Human Capital Management, Business Law, Organizational Leadership, Quantitative Reasoning, Marketing, Accounting, Applied Business Research & Statistics, Operations Management, Corporate Finance, Economics, Strategic Planning & Implementation


Certification


~Emergency Medical Technician (NREMT, MPIC, W-EMT, PHTLS)

~U.S. Coast Guard Licensed Master 200 ton (Inland)

~Mate 200 ton

~STCW (Medical Person in Charge Table A-VI/4-2, Basic Safety Training, Firefighting)

~Radar Observer (Unlimited)

~Able Seaman

~PSC/Lifeboatman

~Assistance Towing

~U.S. Coast Guard Approved Instructor

~Master of Business Administration


Skils


Medical and Trauma Healthcare, Boat Handling and Navigation, Woodwork, Crane Operations


 

Bellingham, WA,
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