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Experienced, knowledgeable and detail-oriented military veteran and Heavy Equipment Operator with extensive expertise and hands-on working knowledge of operations, maintenance and safety procedures of medium to heavy engineering equipment. Experienced in advisement and instruction as U.S. Army Master Instructor for enlisted, civilian and foreign student personnel instruction on all facets of Heavy Equipment operations. Seek an organization where extensive experience and strong knowledge of Heavy Equipment Operations will serve an organization poised for growth.


 Heavy Equipment Instructor
 Hands-on Expertise
 Time Management
 Military Trained
 Equipment Maintenance
 Property Accountability
 Safety/OSHA Knowledge
 Equipment Evaluations

 Served as primary instructor and advisor to Course Chief on Heavy Equipment instruction to enlisted, civilian and foreign students in operations, maintenance, and safety procedures for medium to heavy engineering equipment.
 Evaluated student applications during practical exercises on equipment, and monitored student progress, providing specialized or remedial attention when necessary.
 Developed and implemented lessons plans, program timelines for curriculum, and skill levels required for qualification testing.
 Designed course materials, technical manuals, student workbooks and guides, and provided extensive training for all newly assigned Heavy Equipment instructors.
 Critically monitored other course instructors and made recommendations for improvement of teaching techniques and focused on class time allotments.
 Conducted investigations and studies of effectiveness of facilities and prepared recommendations to correct problem areas and improve operational effectiveness.
 Managed instructors of four phases while providing quality training to all AIT students, and reviewed all material for effectiveness in meeting assignment objectives, and agency policies.
 Set deadlines, discuss issues, establish objectives, and collaborates with subject matter experts in order to maintain up to date course material.
 Ensured compliance with approved lesson plans, training schedules, safety practices, established policies, and prepared performance appraisals, efficiency reports, and recommended personnel awards.
 Conducted training on principles, functions, and terminology common to Heavy Equipment operations providing lectures, hands-on demonstrations, and exercise using approved training concepts, media, methodology, and procedures.
 Provided subject matter expertise in development of training programs, and formulated curriculum, developed policies, budgets, and managed daily operations.

2008 to 2011: United States Army – Master Heavy Equipment Instructor/Writer
2003 to Present: Ft. Leonard Wood MWR/U.S. Army – Recreation Assistant
1999 to 1999: United States Army – Senior Instructor/Writer
1996 to 1999: United States Army – Supervisor Instructor
1992 to 1995: United States Army – Drill Sergeant/ Instructor
1989 to 1992: United States Army – Training Evaluator

A.A., General Studies – College Name, City, ST

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