Thursday, July 28, 2005

So far, this is what it looks like, the resume'

cafegroundzero
101 West Normal Street • Normalville, • State of Mind
• http://cafegroundzero.blogspot.com
http://plazacomunal.blogspot.com, http://ourowntutorial.blogspot.com • Savannah, GA

Objective
To work, learn, and master the craft and arts of marketing and advertising, earning my way and providing for my family as I put myself through a Master's Degree program for Applied Lingistics.

Experience
Dusty Warehouse: April 2005 – to the present
• Control inventory storage and movement using handheld computer, fork lift
• Recover misplaced and fallen merchandise, cycling it back into system.
Normalville Police Department: April 2004 - March 2005
communications officer Normalville, GA
• Manage phone calls, police and other emergency service dispatch
• Manage intra- and inter-departmental communications
• submit and transmit computer transactions for inquiry and information, including criminal histories, warrants, and validations.
Southeastern Technical College: March 2002 - March 2005
English as a Second Language and Civics Instructor Normalville, GA
• Prepare course outlines, lessons plans, while presenting lectures and discussions on ESL,
• Test and evaluate students to determine comprehension and ability to apply concepts;
• Prepare students for the General Equivalency Degree (G.E.D.)
7th EN BN, nth Infantry Division January 2000 - December 2004
engineer: Camp Swampy, GA
• Drove platoon leader and maintained both wheeled and tracked vehicles.
• Guided, trained, and motivated soldiers in transportation and weapon systems.
finance clerk: Fort Campbell, KY
7-101st Aviation Bn., 101st Airborne(Air Assault). September 1998 – Nov. 1999• Maintained various record keeping systems e.g., financial paperwork, personnel actions, awards, etc.). -Coordinated and completed personnel actions and counseled clients on appropriate steps or actions;• Processed financial paperwork and worked individually with clients.
666th Forward Support Bn, 101st Airborne Div July 1996 - September 1998 soldier and• Driver for section chief;• Maintained 4x4 vehicle and trailer;
• Completed slingload operations to supply troops at the front;
• Maintained records and finance as described above.

Education
Hard Knocks College
June 1983 Bachelor of Arts
Modern Languages Abnormal, IL
• Major: Spanish Literature
• Minor: French Literature
• additional concentration on Latin American history and anthropology.

Primary Leadership Development Course
Camp Swampy, GA January 2001

Georgia Criminal Information Systems
January 2005 GCIC certification. Forsyth, Georgia, at the Public Safety Training Center.

Skills
• Experienced operator of tracked and light wheeled vehicles;
• Type 70 wpm;
• Trained in Word, Wordperfect, Excel, and
• Certified in G.C.I.C. -Georgia Criminal Info.Computer Systems
• Experienced in perimeter and interior security;
• Proficient in light weapons maintenance and use.
. Can operate EZ Go and order selector (cherry picker) fork lifts.
Languages

• Fluent in spoken and written Spanish and French;
• Qualified by Army Testing as linguist for Spanish, French

Hobbies

Am currently begining a training course in advertising and marketing.

Kayak and canoe travel, hiking, wildlife safety, rappelling, nature study, philosophy, and world literature.

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