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2016- Present Colorado Tech University
Working toward Masters in Business Management
2007-2009 Colorado Tech University
Degrees and Certificates Completed:
● BA Business Administration
o Certificate in Accounting
o Certificate in Business Fundamentals
o Certificate in Human Resource Development
o Certificate in Human Resource Management
o Certificate in Management Essentials
o Certificate in Organizational Systems Improvement
o Certificate in Project Planning
2003-2007 Barstow Community College
2700 Barstow Rd. Barstow, CA 92311
● AS in Computer Science
● AS in Electronics
● AS in Business Management
2001 Information System Maintenance Technician
Navy Training Facility
Areas of Concentration:
● Journeyman level organizational and system maintenance on shipboard and end-to-end information systems
● Equipment covered: Local and Wide Area Networks, Desktop ON- Computers, Tactical Advanced Computers (TAC-n), Routers, Uninterruptible Power Supplies (UPS), ON-143(V) 6, Satellite Communications, Peripheral Devices, Generic Devices, Generic Front End Processors, Link Converts, Fiber Optic repair, Centronics Data Hubs, and the Advanced Information Support System.
● Video Switch Technology and Asynchronous Transfer Mode Switching.
● Working knowledge of Windows NT, UNIX, Cisco Internetwork
● Performs operational checks on Information Technology
2000 Advanced Electronics Technical Core
Navy Training Center
Areas of Concentration
▪ Basic electricity theory
▪ Basic electronics theory
▪ Identify, troubleshoot, and correct to the component level
▪ Use and interpret equipment technical manuals
▪ Operate and apply electronic test equipment
▪ Knowledge of the planned maintenance system
2000 Electronics Technician Radar Strand Class A
Radio endorsement received
Service School Command
Areas of Concentration
▪ Perform preventative maintenance on electronic equipment
▪ Comprehend principles, rules, and concepts of radar
▪ Characteristics of an antenna in terms of polarization, gain, and radiation resistance
2015-Present Adams County Human Services
PSSF Family Advocate Adoption Recruitment/Post adoption support
Supervisor: Stacy Perich
Provides transportation both inside and outside of the County for children under Child Protective Services including relocation/placement in foster homes, physician visits, and supervised parental visits; supervises children in the play area while parents meet with Social Workers. Supervises parental and/or family visitations as directed by Social Workers; monitors visitation time and makes decisions to terminate visit if necessary; makes immediate oral reports of visitation and follows up with written reports. Monitors condition and usage of assigned county vehicles. Schedules maintenance and maintains safety precautions in vehicle operation. Assists professional staff in site visitations and removal of children intoprotective custody which may require physical removal by lifting and carrying children; routinely checks in on clients receiving in home services to make reports to Social Workers on observations.. Provides routine clerical support to professional staff including filing, completion of reports, and documentation of site visits; files legal documents and serves legal notices; assists in data entry on departmental automation systems of documentation and statistical information.
2013-2015 Training Analyst Cubic Applications
Program Manager: Paul Zamora
As a member of the Training Analysis & Feedback Facility, the TAFF Analyst assists Observer Controllers, and other assigned subject matter experts, in the training and preparation of the Warfighter. The TAFF Analyst also provides analysis and feedback through observation in real time and from stored exercise data on the events that occur during simulated combat operations. The TAFF Analyst operates computer systems to create, consolidate, edit, print and present products, as well as executes developed procedures for the collection, analysis and display of rotational training data at the National Training Center (NTC). Duties also include: provide feedback and analysis on the adequacy and soundness of tactical command and control, maneuver, logistics, aviation and or intelligence. Additionally, TAFF Analyst may be required to act as a member of the Army Airspace Command and Control (AC2) cell. TAFF Analysts occasionally simulate the senior headquarters for the maneuver Battalion or Brigade. Additionally, the position requires that you remain current in contemporary doctrine in all TAFF functional areas and the Warfighting Functions (movement and maneuver, intelligence, fires, sustainment, command and control and protection).
TAFF Analysts also provide technical assistance for the Multi-Integrated Laser Engagement System (MILES) and instrumentation checks and installation. Produce Take Home Package (THP) products. Use radio systems to communicate with units and OC’s. Adapts to a variety of nonstandard problems which require extensive operator intervention (e.g., frequent introduction of new programs, applications, or procedures). In response to computer output instructions or error conditions, chooses or devises a course of action from among several alternatives and alters or deviates from standard procedures if standard procedures do not provide a solution (e.g., reassigning equipment in order to work around faulty equipment or transfer channels); then refers problems. Typically, completed work is submitted to users with minimal supervisory review. Able to operate a computer for extended periods in an office environment. Performs other assigned duties as directed in order to meet customer requirements. Must adhere to Company, Site Manager and Team Leader directives, memoranda, policies and procedures.
Program Manager: Paul Zamora
Oversee and manage the Video Integration department located within the training area of NTC Fort Irwin California. Provide detailed daily work instruction to teams located at four separate work sites located in challenging locations due to placement and distance. Maintain records of missions and sensitive materials used in training programs. Maintain a currier card and secret clearance to participate in briefs and handle sensitive documentation. Create and control employee records, training, and time sheets. Provide communication between military and civilian workers and coordination of schedules and facility usage. Produce training materials that can include movie clips to power point presentation in short time periods that are critical to mission completion.
2005-2008 Electronic Technician I, Raytheon Technical Services Co.
Supervisor: Lynn Brooks
NTC Fort Irwin, CA
Perform maintenance, repair, installation and de-installation of Multiple Integrated Laser Engagement System (MILES) and Tactical Engagement Simulation (TES) equipment. Determine malfunctions and restore equipment to normal operations. Exercise independent judgment to perform such tasks as circuit analysis, calculating waveforms, and tracing relationships in signal flow. Use complex test equipment such as oscilloscopes, signal generators, multi-meters, and other related equipment. Perform electronic repair/rework of TES equipment. Complete form and fit of new TES equipment to current army inventory or old TES equipment to new army equipment acquisitions. Conduct electronics assembly, testing, or rework on PWB’s, cables, and other associated hardware. Conduct MILES contact support team operations during training events.
1999-2002 Electronics Technician Petty Officer Third Class, Navy
Supervisor: ET1 Hughes
San Diego, CA 32nd St. Naval Base
I am an ambitious worker who sought out greater responsibility to improve my skills. I distinguished myself in the navy by displaying initiative and ability. As a Third Class Petty Officer I was placed in charge several times over higher ranking personnel due to my ability to plan and install LAN installations and my ability to lead and take direction. I was also placed in charge of handling MSDS’s in my shop. This also included properly disposing of materials such as toner cartridges and other office material not intended for normal disposal. I was also placed in charge of coordinating personnel training records. This included the meticulous record keeping of each training class taken in my shop.
● Performed maintenance on electronic equipment for surface ships
● Electronic air detection and tracking equipment
● Electronic recognition and identification equipment
● Aids to navigation, equipment and components for communication
● Cryptography equipment
● Read and interpret schematics and block diagrams
● Used test equipment and hand tools
● Repaired electrical/electronic cables and connectors: localizing malfunctions
● Replaced faulty parts and subassemblies
● Aligned, adjusted, calibrated various pieces of equipment
● Completed maintenance data forms
1995-1998 Supervisor, HTI Bio-products
Manager: Dan Wheeler
PO Box 1319 Ramona, CA 92065
When I began working at HTI I took the only position available at the time. It was a hands-on difficult physical job handling animals and administering test materials. In three years time, I was promoted several times to my finishing position of supervisor overseeing two departments. My ability to be detail oriented and handle great responsibility proved to be a great asset as both a supervisor and competent worker. Before leaving HTI I started their environmental department and set them up with all of the materials and regulations needed to handle blood and blood biproducts. I also set up the disposal site and trained many of the other supervisors on the correct procedures according to the standards available at the time.
Aims Community College, locally governed, locally funded, is a progressive community college with centralized administrative services located on the Greeley Campus which supports three additional locations. Situated on the Front Range of the Colorado Rockies, and enjoying 300+ days of sunshine a year, Aims Community College is student success oriented and prepares students for success in more than 160 degree and certificate programs. You are not just a number here at Aims Community College, our wonderful Staff, Faculty, and Administration work as a team to ensure excellent service and offer the most affordable tuition in the Front Range.
The Academic Advisor works directly with students in providing academic advising, initial career planning, and retention services designed to keep students enrolled in college and help them achieve their educational goals. The ideal candidate will have a strong desire to serve Community College students and prior knowledge and experience with Student Services/Student Affairs in Higher Education. Join our team as we support our students’ intellectual, personal, and professional growth through the pursuit of their academic goals.
Duties, Roles & Responsibilities:
1. Special Population Advising:
– Provide specialized academic advising to students on an ongoing basis for special population students such as probation/suspension, under 16, concurrent enrollment, VA students, demographically traditionally underserved students.
– Assist students in selecting courses and combinations of courses that reflect unique needs of special population students.
– Complete specialized paperwork with students and parents, when applicable.
– Explain applicable policies and procedures to students.
– Refer students to other offices on campus such as Academic Pathways and Financial Aid.
– Refer students to academic resources on and off campus.
2. General Academic Advising:
– Provide academic advising services to students on an on-going basis.
– Advise students regarding academic interests, college offerings, and requirements.
– Assist students in selecting courses and combinations of courses that reflect individual interests and academic preparedness.
– Interpret assessment scores and place students into correct courses for selected program of study.
– Utilize resources (paper and electronic) such as transfer guides, to assist students in course selection and career goals and instruct students how to use other institutions’ transfer guides and plan for successful transfer.
– Explain financial aid processes and connect students to appropriate resources (e.g., FAFSA forms and scholarship options).
– Assist students with the financial aid credit limit and probation appeals.
– Engage in the career planning process by explaining the connection between majors, interests/abilities, and career goals.
– Keep accurate log notes in an electronic database that reflects the discussion and essential information conveyed to students by adhering to ethical standards of practice.
– Teach students how to register on line and use Web Services features.
– Refer students to appropriate resources on and off campus based upon their needs and course selection.
– Inform and assist students with Graduation Application Process.
– Input and retrieve information from integrated databases (Banner and Heiberg).
– Review student files each term.
– Maintain currency on advising information by attending meetings and conferences and reading various materials.
– Respond within 24 hours to student phone calls and e-mail inquiries.
– Teach general students how to problem solve by identifying alternative options as they relate to their life and career goals.
– All aspects of advising case load management including student outreach, follow-up, and resource referral.
3. Retention Initiatives:
– College Student Inventory Advising—contact and meet with students to review significant aspects of individual’s college student inventory, including providing referral and resources for academic motivation, general coping strategies, and receptivity to support services.
– Academic Early Alert—Contact and meet with students who have been identified by faculty through the early alert system to determine causes of academic performance below evaluation expectations; monitor student academic progress and follow-up with at risk students; and provide training for new advisors as assigned.
– Participation and contribution to developing emerging student retention models based in national best practices.
Other duties as assigned.