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railroad conductor, first line supervisor,manager Resume


Desired Industry: Transportation/Air, Sea & Land SpiderID: 13610
Desired Job Location: junction city, Kansas Date Posted: 6/28/2007
Type of Position: Full-Time Permanent Availability Date: 20 oct 2007
Desired Wage: 45,000
U.S. Work Authorization: Yes
Job Level: New Grad/Entry Level Willing to Travel:
Highest Degree Attained: Other Willing to Relocate: Yes


Objective:
Objective: Seeking position as a Railroad Conductor / Train Crewman,First Line Supervisor


Experience:
20 YEARS COMBINED SERVICE IN BOTH THE U.S. NAVY AND U.S. ARMY. SERVED IN IRAQ, KUWAIT AND S. KOREA. WILL RETIRE EFFECTIVE 06 OCT. 2007 WITH 20 YEARS HONORABLE SEVICE.


Education:
X Associate of Science in General Studies (Vincennes University)


Affiliations:
Order of the Wolf (U.S. ARMY)
Order of St. Barbara (Field Artillery)


Skills:
2006 - present 1st BN, 5th Field Artillery, U.S. Army Fort Riley, KS.
Observer Controller / Trainer (Senior Supervisor), IED Master Trainer
X Responsible for the training, welfare and professional development of 8 Non-Commissioned Officers (NCOs) assigned as observer controller / trainers. Performed quarterly and annual performance appraisal evaluations on assigned trainers.
X Assisted the commander in the planning and execution of a comprehensive training curriculum for 70 personnel assigned to serve as military advisors in Iraq.
X Taught over 600 advisors the tactics and procedures dealing with enemy improvised explosive devices (IED), as well as detection and mitigation techniques.

2005 - 2006 1st BN, 5th Field Artillery, U.S. Army Fort Riley, KS.
Platoon Sergeant
X Responsible for the training, safety and supervision of a 42 man platoon to include 12 Non- Commissioned Officers. Integrated incoming replacement personnel and ensured they were sponsored, trained and certified before deployment.
X Oversaw administration and final out processing phase for personnel separating from the U.S. Army due to medical and legal circumstances. Escorted personnel to and from confinement facilities and court appearances.
X Served as Rear Detachment Commander. Assigned and conducted inventory of equipment valued at over $14 million. Additional duties entailed assignment as unit safety officer ensuring unit was in compliance with OSHA standards, 49 CFR and applicable Army regulations.

2004 - 2005 1st BN, 5th Field Artillery, U.S. Army Fort Riley, KS.
Platoon Sergeant/ Gunnery Sergeant
X Responsible for the planning and supervision of all platoon operations to include safe and accurate fires, the welfare, safety and training of 30 soldiers including 10 Non-Commissioned Officers.
X Ensured the proper care, accountability and maintenance of over $8 million worth of equipment. An additional duty as Hazmat representative ensured the Units proper use, handling and storage of hazardous materials in accordance with applicable Material Safety Data Sheets.
X Assisted and advised the commander during resupply and refuel operations in the field. Closely monitored personnel conducting preventative maintenance on all assigned equipment and coordinated with mechanical shop foreman on issues requiring higher level detailed work.


damian.santiago@us.army.mil

2000-2004 U.S. Army Recruiting Battalion, Des Moines Coralville, IA.
Active Duty Recruiter
X Conducted interviews and counseled prospective recruits and enlistees on army program opportunities. Familiarized and trained enlistees on tasks they would perform in basic training to ease the transition.
X Worked closely with school representatives, public officials, personnel managers, religious and civic leaders to present Army opportunities and programs.
X Initiated background checks with law enforcement agencies throughout the U.S., and facilitated the enlistment process for qualified prospects.


1994-2000 Various locations
Gunner/ Ammunition Team Chief/ Gun Section Chief
X Supervised a crew of 6 soldiers and 2 Non-Commissioned Officers. Oversaw and participated in maintaining transport vehicles and weapons systems. Communicated instructions to crew utilizing radio as well as digital communications and on-board computer systems.
X Received and acted upon verbal and digital orders and instructions.
X Planned and performed route reconnaissance for howitzer platoon as senior gun chief. Directed the defense of the howitzer section. Supervised emplacement construction, safety procedures, ammunition handling and distribution. Oversaw the loading of howitzers and section vehicles on railroad flatcars. Ensured proper tie down procedures were performed safely and correctly in preparation for inspection and transport by rail to out of state and overseas training exercises.

1991-1994 Various locations
Self-Propelled Howitzer Cannoneer
X Worked as part of a cohesive howitzer crew section. Typed routine reports, correspondence, and forms.
X Performed preventative, scheduled and crew level maintenance on artillery equipment and associated accessories.
X Trained crew section on proficiency skills integral to maintaining certification on crew and individual weapons systems and deployability readiness.

1986-1991 Aircraft Intermediate Maintenance Department, U.S. Navy Patuxent River, MD.
Navy Aviation Ground Support Equipment Electrician/ Technician
X Specialized in the disassembly, inspection and repair of the GTCP-100 gas turbine compressor engine including the associated electrical, fuel, air control, and lubrication systems. Performed corrosion control and preservation of aviation ground support equipment.
X Performed preventative and corrective maintenance on aviation ground support equipment, mobile firefighting units, material handling and moving units, inspected and repaired gasoline, diesel and turbine ground power units, hydraulic and pneumatic systems, cryogenic and air conditioning systems.
X Utilized electrical and mechanical diagnostic test equipment. Generated and completed maintenance logs and applicable records.




Additional Information:
Additional Duty/Qualifications held (school trained)
X Unit Safety Officer, Range Safety Officer, Drug and Alcohol Prevention NCO, Unit Equal Opportunity Representative, Unit Fire Prevention, Suicide Prevention, Unit Victim Advocate, Improvised Explosive Device Master Trainer, Hazmat & Assistant Unit Movement NCO.
X Associate of Science in General Studies ( Vincennes University )
X Security clearance held: Secret ( updated on 07 MAR 2006 )
X Served and deployed in support of Operation Iraqi Freedom from Apr 2004- Sep 2004
X Honorable discharge from the U.S. Navy ( Petty Officer Second Class )


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