ANTON MICHAEL MULLER
University of Victoria 2015 – 2019
BA Double Major in Political Science and Environmental Studies
ES 409: Food Place Skills for Change
POLI 458: Political Economy of Carbon Chains
POLI 363: Indigenous Politics
ES 481: Field Methods in Ethnoecology
Class G driver’s license
Experience with environmental fieldwork
Use of Microsoft Office, government, and enterprise software
Taking initiative and successfully managing projects
Oral and written communication
Research and analysis
Working both within a team and independently
Department of National Defence – CFB Esquimalt
Environmental Technician Co-op August – December 2018
Documented environmental impacts from deer presence and formulated recommendation for management strategies.
Implemented new environmental management systems.
Organized, trained, and led a small group of government employees as part of a deer survey.
Participated in the largest prescribed burn in Garry Oak ecosystem in the last century.
Assisted government biologists in the field for the purpose of restoration, documentation of listed species, and project planning.
Canadian Tire Corporation
Environmental Coordinator Co-op January – August 2018
Supported the implementation and integration of environmental programs within the supply chain.
Managed of environmental waste processes in the distribution centres and establishing innovative solutions for minimizing environmental impacts.
Coordinating to maintain ISO 14001 declaration for the DCs.
Assisting and conducting internal and external audits of the waste management system.
Canvasser September 2019 - Present
Expanding public education through door-to-door campaigning.
Organizing paperwork which consists of keeping track of large amounts of donations and sensitive information.
Requires independence as the campaign organizers are often based out of different cities and provinces.
Joint Energy and Environmental Projects – Uganda
Volunteer Summer 2017
Worked with JEEP to combat environmental destruction and by assisting citizens with adapting to climate change.
Responsible for a demonstration garden which educates locals about different food-crops that are resistant to drought.
Teaching on how to construct energy-saving clay ovens which require less fuel.
Tended to a medicinal garden and nursery which locals utilized for learning how to implement cost-saving innovations.
Tree Planter Summer 2015
Worked with Brinkman Reforestation for over two months, they are known for being the oldest reforestation company in Canada.
Responsible for the future survival of the planted forest (correct density, placement, microsite, and overall quality).
Safety training (vehicle safety, wildlife attacks, WHMIS, sour gas procedures, and emergency evacuation plans).
Senior Environmental Consultant Canadian Tire Corporation
Environment Officer Department of National Defence