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Retired SAFD, USAF vet, part-time car detailer, driver, warehouse work

San Antonio, TX
$10 hr +
February 27, 2020

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- Natural born leader with proven record of success

- Team player

- Multi-tasking and willing to learn

- Efficient

- Willing to work hard to complete task(s) at hand

- Ability to prevail in high pressure or unexpected situations


On Demand Staffing, 2811 Walzem Rd, San Antonio, TX

Start/End Date: March 2017 - Present

Position: Driver

Transporting vehicles (large trucks, cars, pick-ups, etc.) around San Antonio and surrounding areas, from auto dealerships to various auction sites.

Lone Star Relocation Company, 1300 IH 35 N, San Antonio, TX

Start/End Date: December 2014 - December 2016

Position: Warehouse Manager

In this position, I managed up to 25 additional staff in the storing of warehoused goods owned by re-deploying military personnel, until they were relocated. I operated both stand up forklifts and sit down forklifts.

Northeast Independent School District (NEISD), Warehouse, 9800 Broadway, San Antonio, TX

Start/End Date: October 2012 - September 2013

Position: Materials Handler

My job included preparing items for schools in the District, such as: textbooks, furniture, electronic equipment, shredding paperwork, and picking up used materials from various schools. I also operated forklifts in the District warehouse.

Northeast Independent School District (NEISD), Main Location at Tesoro Drive

Start/End Date: November 2008 - June 2012

Position: School Bus Assistant

I assisted the school bus drivers in being sure the children were properly and safely seated, and helped maintained order. Many of my duties were performed for special needs students who often required loading and unloading and other types of assistance.

Swan's Foods, 14365 IH-10 East, Schertz, Texas

Start/End Date: September 2006 - June 2007

Position: Warehouseman

My duties included loading and unloading bobtail trucks and tractor trailers. On any one day, I would load and unload 300 to 2,600 cases of frozen food. I was also responsible for delivering a loaded truck to Corpus Christi, Texas, twice a week, and returning that truck to the Schertz location.

Ft. Sam Houston Army Base, San Antonio, Texas

Start/End Date: January 2004 - approx. March 2005

Position: Dormitory Manager

I had direct supervisory responsibility for one janitorial employee. My duties included managing 120 rooms, in two dormitories, for the students of the 187th Medical Company (BAMC). My daily activities included: processing students in and out of the dormitories, communicating with the maintenance department for building repairs, contacting Goodwill for lawn services, and making key cards for the rooms. On a monthly basis, I was required to order toilet paper, disinfectant, mops and brooms, garbage bags, and other supplies for the buildings. Frequently, it was necessary to make contact with the Captain, Sergeant Major, and the First Sergeant of the company, regarding the condition of the individual rooms. Often, I was called after duty hours to resolve situations that the Charge of Quarter (C.Q.) could not resolve. At times, I was called upon to manage other dormitories when the regular manager was absent.

Enterprise, airport location, San Antonio, TX

Start/End Date: July 2003 - January 2004

Position: Lot Attendant

Washed, cleaned, and maintained rental vehicles. Also transported those vehicles to and from local Enterprise lots.

City of San Antonio Fire Department

Start/End Date: February 1976 - May 2003

Position: Fire Apparatus Operator

During my 27 years as a firefighter, I combated various types of fires, and responded to medical and other types of emergency situations. Many times, I was called upon to substitute when regularly assigned supervisors were absent, and I have worked in several different firehouses around the city. I have an excellent driving record and, along with my many other duties as a firefighter, drove a fire engine for 17 years on this job.

Additional training for all firefighters was required by the State of Texas. This training included classes such as: Hazardous Material Identification, Bomb Detection, Fuel Tank Identification, High-speed Driving Procedures, Infectious Diseases, and Nuclear, Biological and Chemical Hazards.

Working as a firefighter honed my abilities to be adaptable and dependable in a variety of high-pressure situations, and to deal comfortably with both co-workers and the general public.

I retired from the City of San Antonio Fire Department on May 21, 2003.

United States Air Force Reserves

Start/End Date: March 1974 - April 2003

Position: Air Transportation Superintendent

For over 35 years, I was a member of the U.S. Air Force Reserves. I was most recently assigned to the 433rd Military Airlift Wing at Lackland Air Force Base. For ten years as a Reservist, I served as a supervisor. I was promoted to the Rank of Senior Master Sergeant (E-8) in November of 2001. Some of my many responsibilities have included:

- Managing sixty to ninety people at any given time;

- Assembling pallets for aircraft loading.

- Supervising the loading and unloading of cargo planes, including:

C-5A, C-141, C-17, c-120, DC-8, DC-10.

- Completing EPR reports for first-line supervisors

- Operation of various types of forklifts, ranging from 4k to 10k.

- Driving various heavy equipment -- including, but not limited to: 40-passenger bus,

M-358 truck, 40K and 25K loaders, Humvee.

- Building and vehicle maintenance.

- Report composition and production.

- General warehouse work.


- I am a certified Forklift Operator

- Forklift Training Course (April 1 - April 10, 1974)

- Flightline Safety Course (May 20 - April 1, 1974)

- Air Force Hazmat Material Course (April 6 - April 15, 1986)

- Air Force Loadplanning Course (August 15 - August 30, 2000)


- The Air Force Commendation Medal (February 2001)

My retirement from the Reserves was effective April 1, 2003.

Civil Service (United States Air Force, Kelly AFB, TX)

Start/End Date: February 1973 - February 1976

Position: Clerk Typist

As a Clerk Typist, my duties included typing, filing, and other administrative work. I was required to work in many different branches.

Alco Tool Company

Start/End Date: January 1972 - February 1973

Position: Lead Mechanic

As a Lead Mechanic with this company, I dissembled aircraft jacks for the military.

The jacks would arrive at the shop as one unit. I was required to ensure that these jacks were stripped of old paint and rust. Once stripped, they were repainted and new parts were added. After this procedure they were crated and shipped to various military installations around the world.

United States Air Force - Active Duty

Start/End Date: October, 1967 - September, 1971

Position: Administrative Specialist

After completion of basic training at Lackland Air Force Base, I attended the Air Force Administrative School at Amarillo Air Force Base, Texas, from December, 1967 to March, 1968. After completion of the course, I was assigned to various Air Force installations during my four-year tour. My duties included typing and filing. I worked in Unit Orderly rooms, Postal Centers, and Message Centers processing secret and classified correspondence. Occasionally, I was ordered to process Congressional inquiries.


Associate's Degree - Business Administration from St. Philip's College, in San Antonio, Texas, 1989

Associate's Degree - Air Transportation from The Community College of the U. S. Air Force, 2001

High School Diploma - Fort-Knox High School, Fort Knox, Kentucky


Accounting I & II, Biology I & II, English I - IV, College Algebra, Computer Literacy Systems


I am comfortable driving in various traffic and weather conditions.

Personal references will be made available to you upon request.


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