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Training Specialist Resume

Desired Industry: Law Enforcement/Security/Safety SpiderID: 80224
Desired Job Location: Dallas, Texas Date Posted: 11/23/2017
Type of Position: Full-Time Permanent Availability Date:
Desired Wage: 70000
U.S. Work Authorization: Yes
Job Level: Experienced with over 2 years experience Willing to Travel: Yes, 25-50%
Highest Degree Attained: Other Willing to Relocate: Yes

United States Navy, Great Lakes, IL
Master Training Specialist 2017–Present
Assess instructor performance and training programs by making recommendations for improvement
Establish new training programs and update existing programs through evaluation of training needs
Facilitate technical training and personal development classes for staff members
Apply various methods including classroom training, demonstrations, on-the-job training, meetings, conferences, and workshops in developing and conducting staff development programs
Ensure training, education, and, qualifications meet the required standards
Mentor the team responsible for divisional training
Assume responsibility in keeping training records; as well as updating all qualifications, including CPR, AED, and medical certifications

Instructor 2014–Present
Facilitate training on weapon handling and deadly force to more than 50,000 recruits yearly
Led classroom training and range safety operations, which resulted in zero mishaps and casualties

Work Center Supervisor 2009–Present
Supervise subordinate staff on their daily, weekly, and monthly tasks
Organize schedule of Preventative Maintenance Department for over 250,000 items and submitted completion reports to executive officer for review
Preventative Maintenance Manager 2009–Present
Employ attention to detail in tracking employees' work levels and review work performance
Counsel employees on work-related issues and assist employees to correct job-skill deficiencies
Hold accountability in inspecting and measuring completed work by using devices, such as hand tools or gauges to verify conformance to standards or repair requirements
Coordinate worker training in safety, repair, maintenance techniques, operational procedures and equipment use
Conducted employee safety training to prevent and correct unsafe conditions and violations of procedures and safety rules
Make use of different equipment, such as hand and power tools, hydraulic presses and shears, as well as welding equipment
Collect operational or personnel records, such as time and production records, inventory data, repair or maintenance statistics, or test results
Work on the implementation of maintenance policies and procedures
Took charge of investigation of accidents and preparation of results
Ensure adequate working conditions by monitoring tool and part inventories, as well as the condition and maintenance of shops

Explosive Certifier | Handler 2008–Present
Oversee qualification certification program by maintaining workers’ clearance and medical records, and training to enable them to handle and transport explosives
Administer monthly, quarterly, and annual training for quality assurance and safety
Deliver containers with explosive storage magazines to destinations nationwide
Significantly attained a 100% mission ready status with zero program discrepancies throughout the explosive safety inspection

Auxiliary Security Force 2014–2015
Oversaw safety operations during open public installation events
Functioned as member of the Quick Reaction Team and Emergency Response Team (QRT/ERT), accountable for attending to any emergency situations, including active shooter, bombs or bomb threats, and fights
Effectively managed base safety and emergency response
Led the daily inspection of base perimeter and access denial systems, such as emergency pop-up bollards
Spearheaded operations by checking personnel identification cards and verifying installation access

Range Safety Officer-in-Charge 2012–2013
Facilitated training to personnel on safe range operations and installation policies on range operations
Presided over monthly range safety meetings with command liaisons to provide refresher training and updates on new or changed policies
Generated daily usage conducting tracker (DUCT) reports for weekly, monthly, quarterly, and annual usage of the range facilitates
Directed seven land-based and three water-based ranges by monitoring usage and facility use requests, as well as scheduling maintenance
Used Microsoft Excel to develop database for streamlining of work processes
Devised an annual tracker that could be broken down into individual reports

Aeroballoon, Niagara Falls, NY
Site Supervisor | Technical Expert 2006–2008
Headed the daily operations in charge of monitoring weather reports and wind conditions during flight
Guaranteed the safety of guests by checking their safety equipment
Facilitated interviews with local media outlets to inform them on balloon operations
Wrote technical publications and training requirements
Mentored the crew on operating the balloon ride every first month of installation
Effectively guided the owners and general manager on safe operations
Handled various tasks of ground crews which involved maintenance completion and pre-flight checks
Successfully maintained 100% safety record by consistently training crew, as well as monitoring equipment and weather reports

The Great American Balloon Company, Niagara Falls, NY
Supervisor 2006–2008
Coordinated crew tasking by testing their knowledge of safe operating processes
Guaranteed safe flying conditions through calculation of environmental factors and management of weather reports
Made sure all systems were operations were operational by checking emergency procedures and backup generators and inspecting balloon equipment for safety

Flight Operator 2005–2008
Observed adherence to rules and safety procedures in monitoring activities, as well as in removing unruly patrons
Kept abreast of shut-down and emergency evacuation procedures
Supported various patrons in entering and exiting balloon gondola to ensure their safety
Demonstrated skills in operating controls for safe take-off and landing of the balloon while connected to a hydraulic winch system
Observed equipment gauges, recording wind speeds, lift capacity, and balloon pressure
Compiled and validated tickets before admitting patrons to enter queue

Other Experience

United States Navy, Location
Naval Expeditionary Combat Command (NECC) Armorer

The Great American Balloon Company, Niagara Falls, NY

Enve Designs, Pleasant Prairie, WI


Naval Instructor Training and Certification
Explosive Forklift Driver Certified
Small Arms Marksmanship Instructor (SAMI) Certification
Homeland Security Certification Levels 1, 2, 3
Lean Six Sigma Certification (White and Yellow Belt)
Explosive Materials Drive Qualified

Areas of Expertise

Accident Investigation
Risk Assessment
Safety Operations
Emergency Management
General Administration
Strategic Planning and Implementation

Additional Information:
Military Awards

Navy and Marine Corps Achievement Medal (2)
Navy Good Conduct Medal (3)
Global War on Terror Medal
Global War on Terror Expeditionary Medal
Navy Overseas Service Ribbon
Navy Expert Rifle Marksmen Medal
Navy Expert Pistol Marksmen Medal
Letter of Appreciation from the City of Tonawanda Mayor Ronald Pilozzi


Member, Petty Officer Association
Coach, Kenosha Vipers Hockey Club

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