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Experience

US Army Corps of Engineers


Sharan, Afghanistan
3/2010 - Present
Grade Level: GS-09
Salary: $10,310 USD Per Month
Hours per week: 64
Construction Control Representative
Directly oversee 4 military construction (MIL_CON) projects each costing over $2
0million each. Responsible for the enforcement of contract documents with respec
t to specifications. Work directly for the Project Engineer (PE) and Resident En
gineer (RE) assigned. Ensure what is detailed in contract plans and specificatio
ns are actually installed in proper sequence. Provide assistance on technical me
ans and methods of construction. Document daily progress of construction, materi
al and equipment deliveries, installation of major equipment, accidents, weather
conditions, manpower on site, rate of progress, instructions given to the contr
actor, agreements reached with the contractor, work conditions, safety, etc. in
the Resident Management computer System (RMS) and through photos of the site. Pr
epare monthly estimates of work in place, based on the Pay Application Schedule
of Values. Coordinate technical inspections of mechanical, electrical, structura
l, systems as required, drawing on the Engineering Section for advice throughout
the project. Assist the Project/Resident Engineers with schedule and submittal
reviews to ensure compliance with the contract documents. Participate in weekly
contractor meetings to ensure proactive partnering with the contractor on the ma
nagement of the project. Assist in the mentoring of both the contractors and the
Districts Local Nation Quality Assurance (LN QA) personnel. Proactively manage
contractors, anticipating issues and addressing them prior to them becoming a cr
isis. Schedule commissioning and start-up of major systems and equipment, ensuri
ng manufacturer representatives conduct proper inspections and tests prior to tu
rn-over
FREELANCE Videographer & Graphic Designer
10/2008 - Present
Hours per week: 20
Independently own and operate my own business as videographer and graphic design
er. Directed, Produced, Filmed, Edited 2 industrial-type productions which docum
ented high tempo work ops and professionalism of troops assigned to 60 LRS Fuels
Flight. This video earned the Flight the "2008 American Petroleum Institute Bes
t Fuels Flight in the Air Force" Award. Also, Filmed and Edited similar video fo
r 60 Logistics Readiness Squadron documenting tempo and professionalism. This vi
deo also earned the 60 Logistics Readiness Squadron the "2008 Daedalion Best Log
istics Readiness Squadron in the Air Force" Award. Utilize 2 HD video cameras an
d audio equipment in corporate, commercial and personal projects.
UNITED STATES AIR FORCE
Various Locations, USA
3/1998 - 3/2010
Grade Level: E-5
Salary: $5,880 USD Per Month
Hours per week: 40-50
Fuels Craftsman (7-Level)
Perform technical fuels functions. Operate fuels control center to monitor all p
roduct movements and ensure timely response to mission requirements. Coordinate
refueling requirements with supported agencies and ensure appropriate prioritiza
tion of support requirements. Ensure an effective vehicle preventive maintenance
program is carried out. Operate mobile and hydrant refueling equipment to dispe
nse products to aircraft and ground support equipment and facilities. Operate cr
yogenic storage tanks to dispense products. Calculate and document issue transac
tions for all products. Maintain quality control of petroleum fuel, and cryogeni
c products. Operate and maintain laboratory test equipment. Collect and analyze
product samples from receipt sources, bulk storage tanks, and dispensing equipme
nt. Document analysis results in FAS and reviews quality trend analysis records.
Establishes a sample correlation program with the aerospace fuels area laborato
ry to ensure the integrity of the base-level analysis procedures. Collect fuel s
amples from crashed aircraft and submits them to the area laboratory for full sp
ecification analysis. Ensure an effective product segregation and recovery progr
am is implemented. Implement the lockout, tag out program to prevent the use of
substandard fuel or facilities.
U.S. AIR FORCE HONOR GUARD
Bolling AFB, Washington, D.C., US
10/2004 - 10/2008
Grade Level: E-5
Salary: $6,720 USD Per Month
Hours per week: 40-60
Ceremonial Guardsman
Duties and Responsibilities: Served as NCOIC and element leader in selectively m
anned 271-member squadron with a full-time ceremonial mission. Performed in all
unit ceremonies while also executing a variety of ancillary responsibilities, in
cluding mission scheduling, standardization/evaluation and Pentagon Tours operat
ions. Ensured subordinate Ceremonial Guardsmen maintain mission readiness and ha
d immediate supervision of between five and 10 Airmen. Had the responsibility of
representing the United States and the Air Force in a variety of military/civil
ian ceremonies, conducted throughout Washington, D.C., including ceremonies at t
he White House, Pentagon, National Mall, Arlington National Cemetery and the sac
red Tomb of the Unknown Soldier. Also managed USAF Honor Guard armory; responsib
le for the security, accountability, maintenance, inspection and safety of 354 M
14 rifles, 100 M1 rifles, 25 1903 rifles, 9 M15 revolvers, 3 M9 pistols and 43,3
64 rounds of ammunition. Conducted inspections to ensure controlled area and per
sonnel are compliant in accordance with Air Force instruction. Conducted safety
inspections of four buildings/220 individual records; zero discrepancies on annu
al inspection. Assistant Vehicle NCO; managed 5 vehicle fleet valued at $150K; e
fforts resulted in 100% mission readiness

Skills
COMPUTER PROGRAMS AND SOFTWARE:
Microsoft: Word, Excel, PowerPoint and Outlook
Corel: Works and Presentation
Adobe: Premier, Photoshop, Soundbooth, After Effects and Illustrator
Sony: Vegas Movie Studio
Avid: Xpress
VIDEO PRODUCTION:
Proficient in filmmaking, videography, film and video editing, screenwriting, ci
nematography, professional/commercial camera operation, lighting techniques, sou
nd engineering, boom operation, production assistant, grip (stagehand), DVD desi
gner, web broadcaster, assistant editor or dubbing editor, sound effects/audio r
ecording engineering, digital video effects designer, multimedia specialist, vid
eo artist and broadcast graphics designer. Knowledgeable of interface design, in
teractivity, visual design, database design, dynamic Web content design, technol
ogy, and information design and can employ creative solutions across all Web-rel
ated mediums.
SECURITY:
Frequent travel through hostile territory. Able to maintain constant vigilance a
nd environmental awareness. Able to communicate with individuals with little or
no understanding of English language.
PETROLEUM, OILS and LUBRICANTS:
Knowledge of composition, properties, and characteristics of petroleum products
and cryogenics fluids including toxic, explosive, and fire hazards; environmenta
l protection procedures; conservation; methods of receiving, storing, testing, a
nd evaluating fuel and cryogenic fluids under normal, field, or remote condition
s; and fuels deployment and contingency operations.
HEAVY EQUIPMENT OPERATION:
Proficient in operation of two and four wheel drive light trucks, 5 ton trucks,
R-9 and R11 bulk refueling units, R12 Hydrant Servicing Vehicles, C300 and C301
Diesel/Mogas refueling units and various military and or like civilian related e
quipment.
FIREARMS:
Managed security, accountability, maintenance, inspection and safety of 354 M14
rifles, 100 M1 rifles, 25 1903 rifles, 9 M15 revolvers, 3 M9 pistols and 43,364
rounds of ammunition.

Education
Art Institute of Phoenix
Phoenix, Arizona, US
Associate Degree, 3/2001
Major: Video Production
GPA: 3.5 out of 4.0
Education in CD, DVD, Videotape, broadband Internet, audio techniques, motion an
d graphic effects and other emerging distribution methods; formulate, construct
and deliver digital audio, video, broadcast graphics and animation.
American Military University
Charles Town, West Virginia, US
85 of 121 Semester Hours Completed, 1/2012
Major: Homeland Security
GPA: 3.2 out of 4.0
Relevant Coursework, Licensures and Certifications:
Focus on (but not limited to) the areas of emergency planning, emergency respons
e, weapons of mass destruction, homeland defense, public policy, security issues
, IT security, international terrorism, threat analysis, hazardous materials man
agement, boarder and costal security, and quarantine.
Professional Military Education
Nellis AFB, Las Vegas, Nevada, US
Certification, 6/2004
Relevant Coursework, Licensures and Certifications:
Professional military education (PME) focusing on developing leadership abilitie
s as well as effective communication, and developing airmen into effective front
-line supervisors
Air Force Basic Military Training
Lackland AFB, San Antonio, Texas, US
Certification, 6/1995
Relevant Coursework, Licensures and Certifications:
Training in military discipline, drill/ceremonies, core values, physical fitness
and subjects relating to Air Force life.
Athens High School
Athens, Illinois, US
Diploma, 5/1994

Awards:
TRAVIS AFB, 60TH AIR MOBILITY WING TOP PERFORMER (05/2009)
For performance beyond the call of duty.
JOINT SERVICE ACHIEVEMENT MEDAL (11/17/2006)
AIR FORCE ACHIEVEMENT MEDAL (10/22/2004)
NELLIS AFB, 99TH AIR BASE WING TOP PERFORMER (04/07/2004)
GLOBAL WAR ON TERRORISM EXPEDITIONARY MEDAL (11/2004)
GLOBAL WAR ON TERRORISM SERVICE MEDAL (11/2004)
NATO MEDAL (08/04/1998)