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Andrew Smith


Phone:

(000) 000-0000

Address:

287 Custer Street, Hopewell, PA 00000

Professional Summary

I am looking for an opportunity to continue to grow in the business and sales field. I would like to work for a dynamic company that could utilize my determination, dedication, self-motivation, ability to think quickly, maturity, and loyalty, to not only help the company grow, but myself within the company. I believe that I am a team player and want to work in a place that I can grow. 

Employment history

May. 2019 – Present
Lake Lukeport, Nevada
Cavalry Scout, Bradtke LLC

•Participate in largest national defense branch
• Collect crucial information for commander of operations
•Conduct reconnaissance missions on objectives 
•Observe target or specific location and report activity 
•Provide security for other troopers and be proficient in first aid and medical evacuations in combat situations

Oct. 2016 – Present
West Jacobberg, Nevada
Lifeguard, Swim Instructor, Counter Staff, Borer-Torphy

•Supervise building and desk operations
•Assist members and guests with payments, questions, concerns, registration, etc.
•Arrange classes to instruct youth swim classes
•Encourage positive behavior to youth
•Protect swimmers in three swimming pools, respond to any distressed swimmer or medical emergency, rescue victims and provide first aid until emergency services arrive 

Education

Aug. 2018
High School Diploma

  • Southern Schuppe – North Carolyne, Alaska

Skills

Certified in water rescue

Learn quickly with on-the-job training

Able to think clearly in stressful situations

Maintain emotional control under stress

Certified in professional rescue, BLS, AED, emergency first aid, and oxygen administration

cavalry scout

  • Attended basic training and scout school at Fort Benning.
  • Deployed in support of Operation Enduring Freedom in 2013-2014.
  • Prepare terrain models and other equipment needed prior to mission brief

cavalry scout

  • Maintained government issued equipment, to include heavy machinery.
  • Maintained all government regulated personal fitness and trained skill standards for the duration of enlistment.
  • Successfully trained and led soldiers, subordinates, and civilian contractors as dictated by higher leadership and mission.
  • Completed a combat deployment from Dec. 2007 to March 2009. Was honorably discharged in 2012.

cavalry scout

  • Maintain discipline, remaining calm under stress.
  • Perform basic soldiering tasks (i.e. Weapon qualification, Physical Fitness, Up to Date Annual Briefings, Map reading, Equipment Checks)
  • Maintain Military Drivers License, perform basic vehicle maintenance and Pre-Combat checks
  • Obtain and analyze information and pass down to Junior Enlisted soldiers.
  • Conduct Reconaissance and Specific job duties relative to mission (training and actual)
  • Maintain readiness, be sure other soldiers are readily available when needed. (i.e Accountability)
  • Utilize Government software and maintain security clearance on intel.

cavalry scout (basic training/ait)

  • Uphold and live the army values.
  • Express leadership and confidence through anything that I do.
  • Attracted recognition for adaptability in all aspects and numerous different fields of service.
  • Effective decision-maker in high-pressure environments.
  • Build bonds with strangers to consistently build trust and respect.
  • Ensure that my battle buddies are doing the right thing at the right time.

cavalry scout

  • To conduct reconisannce and report everything observed and heard to my first line leader.
  • To conduct security operations through out our stronghold.
  • To keep noise and light disipline at all time when in a “combat area” 
  • Capable of working under stress, with minimal or no sleep.

cavalry scout

  • Responsibilities consist of managing equipment maintenance.
  • New Equipment fielding.
  • Inspect, log, and organize all unit equipment for major inspection.
  • Lead in day to day unit level operations.
  • Deployment April 2011-April 2012
  • Secure, and Prepare vehicle for operations.
  • Perform navigation during operations.