Seeking an awarding position to expand my carrier horizons.
Munitions Systems Journeyman
March 2009 to January 2013
Performed and managed munitions production and material tasks and activities. Identified munitions and equipment requirements. Operated and maintained automated data processing equipment to perform munitions accounting, computations, and research. Stored maintained, assembled, issued, and delivered assembled non-nuclear munitions. Routinely demilitarized non-hazardous munitions. Operated and maintained munitions materiel handling equipment. Developed and implemented munitions material management concepts and procedures. Complied with explosive, missile, ground safety, security, and environmental directives and practices. Identified munitions by filler, color code, marking, or physical characteristics.
• Received Airman of the Month Award Oct. 2009
Customer service representative
October 2008 to March 2009
Aided customers by answering their questions and complaints, completed Western Union transactions, and handled ordering and restocking of tobacco products.
April 2008 to September 2008
Worked as a team with other sandwich artists to complete customer orders in a timely fashion. Completed restocking orders and handled end of day money transfers from the register to the safe.
Highly motivated team worker with leadership skills. Very quick learner, experienced in applying detailed instruction and concepts to job requirements. Strong attention to detail. Possess non-critical sensitive (Secret) security clearance. Veteran with 50% compensable service connected disability rating from Department of Veterans Affairs.
High School Diploma
Service Country: United States
Branch: Air Force
March 2009 to January 2013
Receive, identify, inspect, store, recondition, ship, issue, deliver, maintain, test and assemble guided and unguided nonnuclear munitions.
Handle, store and transport nuclear weapons and locally dispose of nonhazardous unserviceable munitions.
Transport munitions using forklifts, trucks, tractors, trailers, bomb-lift trucks, cranes, semi-tractor trailers and special-purpose vehicles.
Maintain and recondition munitions, munitions-handling equipment and munitions maintenance and storage facilities.
Maintain and operate personal computers and the Sperry 1100 mainframe used with the Combat Ammunition System (CAS).
Proficient in personnel management, warehousing, electronics, computers, heavy equipment maintenance and operation and inventory management.
AF Outstanding unit award, AF good conduct medal, National Defense Service Medal, Global War on Terrorism Service Medal, AF Training Ribbon