Westminster, CO **031
OBJECTIVE: To work for an organization who will appreciate an employee’s good work habits and attitude.
Medical Logistics Solutions, Denver, CO. 02/2008 to present: Collect, deliver medical specimens and whole blood to and from medical clinics and hospitals. Routes are from 120 in city and up to 300 miles per day in the high mountain area. Making deliveries in my POV and 26” box truck with Hydraulic lift.
Grizzly Bear Express, Highlands Ranch CO. 03/2006 to 11/07. Expedite auto parts from Hays KS to Denver CO driving 26’ Box truck. twice weekly
Core Property Services, Canton, MI. 07/2001 to 12/2005. Real Estate appraisal company. Photographed properties in the nine county area of SE Michigan and researched records at applicable City, Township and County offices. Other duties as specified by my supervisors.
Retired, Washtenaw Community College, Ann Arbor, MI 12/1999 to 06/2001. Consulting, part time teaching selected subjects to maintenance personnel at the University of Michigan, part time teaching at Washtenaw Community college, Taught for the United Association of Pipe Fitters Union at the summer program held at Washtenaw Community College. Part time driver for Health Link Medical Transport services in Detroit.
Washtenaw Community College 12/1979 to 12/1999 Electronics Instructor Teaching Electricity, Digital Logic, Microprocessors, Computer Fundamentals and Troubleshooting, Servicing Techniques, Peripherals, and Customer Relations, PC Concepts and Troubleshooting, Computer Peripherals and Soldering courses. Advising students as to career plans, work with industry on CO-OP programs, helping select course materials, and maintaining computer systems within the department. Developed and delivered tailored on sight courses for industry.
Department Chairman, seven years, overseeing the daily operations, maintaining budgetary standards, coordinating class schedules and hireing up to 18 part time instructors each term Coordinator one year at Ameritech Week-end College.
Burroughs (Unisys) Corporation.Clovis, NM-Amarillo, TX 11/1977 to 12/1979 Senior Field Engineer, Maintained high rapport with customers and established a reputation of providing fast, efficient, and courteous service. Worked closely with sales staff and customers in designing and installing computer related systems. Serviced bank and business related computer, data entry and office systems and their associated peripherals.
Electronics Technician, United States Air Force. 01/1957 to10/1977
Serviced and calibrated Avionics systems on a variety of aircraft having state of the art technology. Quality control inspector interfacing with all maintenance shops on the base. Made programmed and spot inspections to insure written policy on safety and quality assurance standards were met. Supervisor of team situations involving five to forty persons. Technical Instructor, Automatic Weapons Control Systems, Lowry Air Force Base. Taught electronic fundamentals, block and detailed theory of Weapons Systems, radar, analog computers, flight control systems and data link. Over my twenty-one years in the service, I submitted many suggestion detailing improvements in procedures and At least six of my suggestions were recognized by implementation and I received monetary awards.
EDUCATION: Associate Degree General Studies (Washtenaw Community College) with emphasis on Digital Electronics, attended courses at Digital Equipment Corporation for Washtenaw. Have had over 1200 hours of computer and associated hardware training from Burroughs (Unisys) Corporation. Have had 167 weeks of formal military training in electronics, supervision, instructor training and completed sixteen courses from the USAF Extension Course Institute.