|Desired Industry: Part Time
|Desired Job Location: Topeka, Kansas
||Date Posted: 5/10/2014
|Type of Position: Part-Time Permanent
||U.S. Work Authorization: Yes
|Job Level: Experienced with over 2 years experience
||Willing to Travel: No
|Highest Degree Attained: Bachelors
||Willing to Relocate: No
Norman Crawford E-mail: email@example.com
Topeka, Kansas 66604-0353
Originally I limited myself to just Telecommunications Management. Now, having learned I can step up to more varied responsibilities, I am open to any possibilities but I need to stay near Topeka to ride herd on correcting error entries on my court house record before considering relocating for my job.
5/2012 每 Present; Resident Manager (part time), Forest Park Conference and Retreat Center; Supervisor: Kerrie Bacon (785) 806-6343; 3158 SE 10th, Topeka, Ks 66607; Wages: housing with paid utilities in exchange for 25 hours per week.
11/2011 每 5/2012 Temp worker (Salvation Army bell ringer 每 11-2011 每 12-2011) Labor Pros; Supervisor: Todd Holmes, 234-9555; 1634A Washburn Ave. Topeka, Kansas 66604
4/2007 每 2/2012; milk cows and cashier; Iwig Family Dairy; Supervisor: Tim Iwig (785) 224-0195; 3320 S.E. Tecumseh Rd, Tecumseh Ks 66542. $9.50 per hour
10/2003 每 12/2010; Mailroom worker; Topeka Capitol Journal / Morris Communications Co.; Full time and temp work; Supervisor: Ron Beavers (the mailroom has been outsourced to Kansas City and my supervisors are gone) 295-1163; 616 S.E. Jefferson, Topeka, Kansas 66604 $6.00 & $7.75 per hour
4/2001 每 10/2003; Temp worker; Labor Pros; Temp and seasonal work; Supervisor: Todd Holmes 234-9555; 1634A Washburn Ave. Topeka, Kansas 66604
The temp and seasonal work had lots of warehouse and janitorial work but ranged from waiting tables at one of Topeka＊s most prestigious formal dining establishments where sophisticated Topekans go for an elegant evening, to picking up trash at the city dump. 40 hrs per week or something close (erratic due to the nature of temp work) $6.00 to $8.00 per hour
11/1999 每 4/2001 Verizon Land Lines (CLEC); (I have no idea how to contact these people now)
Repair Specialist; 115 S.W. 29th, Topeka, Kansas 66611
Received inbound calls form customers with telephone service problems. Coached customers on how to restore service if it were customer restorable, or worked with the technicians if it were a facilities issue, or set up appointments between field technicians and the customer, 40 hrs per wk; Job ended when the CLEC services was disbanded. $8.50 to $12.00 per hour
Reslitter; 4/1998 每 4/1999 Specialty Films; (I have no idea how to contact these people now)
6000S.E.2ed, Tecumseh, Kansas 66542
Reslit cellophane film & discard defective areas. 40 hrs per wk; (company dissolved) $9.00 per hour
7/1994 每 4/1998 Temp work and AmeriComp; (I have no idea how to contact these people either)
Temp worker and Computer Network Installation Technician; various temp work, including being a team leader for AmeriComp during a computer network installation project in Kansas City. Job ended when project was finished. $5.50 to $7.00 per hour
Journalist Navy Armed Forces Radio Honorable Discharge
I instigated the Crime Watch Program in my Topeka neighborhood enlisting help from the Topeka Police Department＊s Sergeant Bud Brooks (another reference possibility (and no I wasn＊t in trouble)).
I volunteered for the Keep America Beautiful campaign in Shawnee County for the spring cleanup in preparation for Memorial Day weekend activities.
I did volunteer work for a month for the Keep America Beautiful campaign preparing the new Brown vs. Board National Historical Monument for the dedication ceremony with President Bush and Presidential Candidate Kerry.
I also do volunteer work for Lets Help
DeVry Institute of Technology;
Kansas City, Mo; Bachelor of Science; Telecommunications Management, 139 hours
Kansas City, Mo; Terminating Optical Fiber Certification, Seminar on job site with instructor John Gephards. Four were trained and I was one of two selected to go on and do the work.
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma; First Class FCC Radiotelephone License; license # PG-17-11623
Kansas State University;
Manhattan, Kansas; Bachelor of Science; Technical Journalism, 135 hours
Pleasanton High School;
Pleasanton, Kansas; diploma
The first degree, in Technical Journalism, refers to broadcast mass media communications from writing scripts to presenting them on the air. This resulted in a 15 year career in broadcasting that spanned working as a news anchor, weather reporter, and even a rock & roll radio DJ for Jim Morrison's dad on Armed Forces Radio. Television work included working as a video broadcast engineer performing audio and video production work for commercials, news casts, sports shows and games, and full length entertainment shows as well as on air switching.
The second degree, in Telecommunications Management, leads to working as a computer and telephone network business administrator; this is also the training used to become a "computer help desk" operator. The identity misrepresentation mess blocked the original plans for this career. This degree includes 24 credit hours in math and accounting as well as 23 credit hours in business management.
My first job after DeVry was for American Business Communications in Lenexa, Kansas installing a computer and telephone network under the exacting industry standards of the Federal government. In this work I pulled and dropped computer network (cat 5) and telephone network cables, installed computer and phone jacks, installed & terminated optical fiber, assisted building the switch frame, built & ran cables from frame to switch, assisted developing the telephone management system, and logged administrative documentation & project management status reports. I still have the tools for this work and my tool belt is even polished and ready just in case.
Honors and Complements:
(current) Church Liturgist
(current) Church choir member
Treasurer of PowerSpeakers Toastmasters club
Toastmasters: Competent Communicator title
President of Power Speakers Toastmasters Club
Toastmasters: "Job Well Done" award
Toastmasters: Sergeant at arms
President: DeVry Telecommunications / Computer Club
Team Leader 每 Labor Pros
DeVry Dean＊s list (twice)
#1radio show ratings: Armed Forces Radio on Guam
Drum Major: U. S. Navy Drum & Bugle Corps Special Company 937 (San Diego, California)
Drum Major: Fort Scott Community College (FSCC)
Percussion Section Leader: FSCC
President: National Education Association at FSCC
Outstanding Cadet of the Semester: Army Reserve Officers Training Corps (ROTC)
Chief Editor: FSCC Radio News Program
Outstanding Journalism Award: FSCC (twice)
Available upon request.
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