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Welcome Amateur Radio & GMRS


Accomplished professional known for delivering strong and unconditional care and satisfaction in highly competitive job market:

  • Strategically build and maintain a trusting relationship with clients and fellow workers.
  • Strong communicator and team leader with a pulse on ever-changing industry trends and situations.
  • Effectively manage multiple interdisciplinary consortium in a large-scale incident.


Onsite Medical Representative, L4∙ Amazon LGA7 Carteret, NJ
May 20, 2018 – Current
· Maintain all records of treatment given to associates.
· Maintain first-aid kits, inventory supplies, restock and clean equipment used in the care of associates.
· Contact treating physicians as necessary, to schedule appointments, and if needed restriction clarification, and arrange further treatment.
· Participate in incident investigations as needed.
· Attend the weekly associate safety committee meeting.
· Frequently attend and speak at “start-up” meetings.
· Greet all new hires, either through 1-1 interaction or in group setting during new hire orientation
· Frequent “floor time” to interact with both associates and managers.
· Help coordinate an onsite health fair annually.
· Update the communication board with “at home tips” such as number of hours for sleep, hygiene suggestions and proper foods to eat.
· Ability to communicate safety needs at all levels of the organization.
· Strong analytical skills: analyze accident data, new processes, and machinery for potential safety concerns and conduct job hazard and job safety analyses.

FC Associate I ∙ Amazon DEW1 Moonachie, NJ
August 23, 2017 – May 20, 2018
• Adhere to OSHA 29 CFR 1910 in regards to providing a safe work environment
• Don approved and appropriate PPE while on property
• Properly handle Same Day Packages for delivery
• Provide assistance as Trailer Dock and Release Spotter
• Provide support to other associates during stowing of packages

Emergency Medical Technician ∙ Metro Ambulance Services, INC., Maywood, NJ
May 2017 – Current
• Assisted office staff with updating records
• Operator emergency vehicle by state guidelines
• Provide efficient and immediate care
• Provide transportation and patient updates.
• Responds to emergency calls

Field Service Representative (Temp), Kinetic Concept INC Hackensack, NJ April 2016 – January 2017
• Adhere to company and state guidelines on PHI, HIPPA
• Assist with customer complaints and feedback
• Assist with setup and networking of company equipment within the service center
• Clean and disinfect
• Consulted patient on usage and handling
• Deliver Vacuum Assisted Closure Devices and disposable products
• Operate under company deadlines
• Quality control testing

Field Service Representative I Temp-To-Hire, E-Solutions Hackensack, NJ
November 2015 – April 2016
• Adhere to company and state guidelines on PHI, HIPPA
• Assist with customer complaints and feedback
• Clean and disinfect
• Deliver V.A.C. Devices and disposable products
• Operate under company deadlines
• Provide safety and education on V.A.C.
• Quality control testing

Van Driver, Extended Stay America
Rutherford, NJ October 2015 – Current
• Operate company van in a safe manner
• Provide hourly shuttle runs from the Rutherford and East Rutherford locations
• Provide return rides from Train station or shopping locations

Emergency Medical Technician, Rutherford Volunteer First Aid Squad Rutherford, NJ
November 2015 – December 2015
• Responds to emergency calls
• Provide efficient and immediate care to the critically ill and injured
• Transport the patient to a medical facility
• Abide by state and local traffic ordinances and regulations

Emergency Medical Technician, Englewood Volunteer Ambulance Corp
Englewood, NJ October 2003 – January 2016
Captain 2014
• Administer login and passwords
• Approve requests for training classes
• Implemented internet based shift assignments
• Improved stocking procedures
• Maintain and repair CCTV system
• Maintain network and internet systems
• Maintained training status of members
• Perform emergency communications in the field
• Perform in-house training for drivers
• Program and request repairs for radio systems
• Promptly responded to requests for an ambulance
• Provide Crew Chief mentoring
• Provide effective, efficient and immediate care
• Provide purchase order requests
• Provide requests additional resources
• Provide supervision of crews on shift
• Provided help desk to other members
• Submit requests for service and repairs

Emergency Medical Technician, Aero Ambulance Services, Inc. Hackensack, NJ May 2014 – March 2015
Responds to emergency calls
• Assisted office staff with updating records
• Operator emergency vehicle by state guidelines
• Provide efficient and immediate care
• Provide transportation and patient updates.
• Responds to emergency calls

Emergency Medical Technician, Eden Ambulance
Paramus, NJ February 2012 – March 2014
• Assisted office staff with updating records
• Operator emergency vehicle by state guidelines
• Provide efficient and immediate care
• Provide transportation and patient updates.
• Responds to emergency calls

Contracted Driver
Englewood, NJ 2006 – 2012
• Operate vehicles of the clients
• Responsible for picking up and dropping off passengers
• Personal Driver of clients

Security Officer, Fidelis Security LLS
Bayonne, New Jersey April 2011 – July 2011
• Conflict resolution
• Ensured safe working environment
• Provided area security

Security Officer, Gateway Security Services
Newark, New Jersey April 2011 – May 2011
• Assist with dispatching Security Officer and resources to incidences
• Handle matters pertaining or involving friends and relatives of patient
• Responsible for operate the CCTV system

Part Sales Manager, AutoZone Store 1177
Jersey City, New Jersey July – August 2010
• Assisted with finding the correct parts
• Improved customer relationships
• Improved stocking procedures
• Provide customer satisfaction
• Provided sales reports
• Updated sales displays

Temp Data Entry Clerk for Quest Diagnostics, Winston Staffing Services
North Rutherford, NJ April 2009 – June 2009
• Ali-quot specimen
• Preparation and entry of specimens
• Receive specimens
• Utilize Electronic Data Processing Equipment
• Verify request information

Specialty Care Transport Unit, Call Taker, EMT, Vanguard Healthcare
Hasbrouck Heights, NJ April 2006 – November 2007
• Answer and field calls from hospitals
• Assist Paramedics with supplies and equipment
• Communicate with ambulances in field
• Maintenance of network and backup system
• Provide assistance with patients monitoring

Emergency Medical Technician, Aero Ambulance
Hackensack, NJ 2005 – 2006
• Responds to emergency calls
• Provide efficient and immediate care to the critically ill and injured
• Transport the patient to a medical facility
• Abide by state and local traffic ordinances and regulations

Shift Leader, Dunkin Donuts
Englewood, NJ April 2005 – March 2006
• Maintain stock and store appearance
• Provide customer care and order resolution
• Train and mentor employees

Human Resources Specialist and Mail Clerk, United States Army
Camp Page, South Korea March 2001 – November 2001
• Prepared and processed recommendations for awards and decorations
• Prepared reductions, transfers, and discharges
• Submitted identification cards and tags requests, leaves and passes
• Completed line of duty determination, MILPER data and information management, orders for temporary duty and travel, personnel processing, personnel Security Clearances.
• Ensured training and reassignment, retention, military and special pay programs, personnel accounting and strength management, transition processing, legal, meal cards, training soldier support file, and unit administration were up to date
• Prepared and maintained officer and enlisted personnel records. Monitored suspense actions.
• Initiated, monitored, processed personnel evaluations, transfers records, separation and retirement. Processed mail request and procedures.


I am flexible, reliable, responsible and a dependable hard worker, who is a motivated self-starter with a strong desire to learn. I am also great with my hands, a quick learner and have the ability to work under pressure. Maintaining a professional appearance, attitude and demeanor. Being a team player with great communication skills. Varying degrees of PC, Mac and MS Office knowledge.


• MOSAIC Center, Paramus, NJ – ServSafe Food Protection Manager Certification, 2011
• Gun For Hire, Belleville, NJ – Security Office Registration Act (SORA): Security Officer, 2011
Bergen County Law & Public Safety Institute, Mahwah, NJ – Community Emergency Response Team Training, 2011
• MICCOM Communication Training Academy, Totowa, NJ – Emergency Medical Dispatcher & Telecommunication, 2010
• Dover Business College, Clifton, NJ – Medical Assistant, Honors, 2006
Bergen County Law & Public Safety Institute, Mahwah, NJ – Emergency Medical Technician, 2004 – Current
• US Army Adjutant General Institute, Fort Jackson, SC Personnel Administration Specialist, 2000
• Lincoln Technical Institute, Mahwah, NJ – Automotive Technician, 2000

Professional Certifications

American Heart Association BLS Instructor
American Radio Relay League: Volunteer Examiner
Bloodborne Pathogens
CBRNE Operations Level 2
Chemical Safety – HAZCOM
Critical Incident Response Program:
• Active Shooter Response for Schools
• School Lock-down
• Bomb Threat Response for Schools
• Non-Fire Evacuation for Schools
Clinical Assessment for the EMT-Basic
Confined Space Awareness Level 1
Developmental Disabilities Awareness
Federal Communication Commission:
• Amateur Radio License: General Class (N2JDH)
• General Mobile Radio System (WQWI891)
FEMA Certificate of Achievement:
• Disaster Operations and Recovery Curriculum
• Integrated Emergency Management Curriculum
• Professional Development Series
FEMA Independent Studies:
• IS 1.a Emergency Manager: An Orientation to the Position
• IS 3 Radiological Emergency Management
• IS 5.a An Introduction to Hazardous Materials
• IS 8.a Building for the Earthquakes of Tomorrow
• IS 10.a Animals in Disaster: Awareness and Preparedness
• IS 11.a Animals in Disasters: Community Planning
• IS 15.b Special Events Contingency Planning for Public Safety Agencies
• IS 26 Guide to Points of Distribution
• IS 27 Orientation to FEMA Logistics
• IS 29 Public Information Officer Awareness
• IS 75 Military Resources in Emergency Management
• IS 100.b Introduction to Incident Command System
• IS 100.fda Introduction to ICS for Food and Drug Administration
• IS 100.fwa Introduction to ICS for Federal Workers
• IS 100.HCb Introduction to ICS for Healthcare/Hospitals
• IS 100.he Introduction to ICS for Higher Education
• IS 100.leb Introduction to ICS for Law Enforcement
• IS 100.pwd Introduction to ICS for Public Works
• IS 100.sca Introduction to ICS for School
• IS 102.c Preparing for Federal Disaster Operations: FEMA Response Partners
• IS 111.a Livestock in Disasters
• IS 120.a An Introduction to Exercises
• IS 130 Exercise Evaluation and Improvement Planning
• IS 139 Exercise Design
• IS 144 TeleCommunicator Emergency Response Taskforce (TERT) Basic Course
• IS 200.b ICS for Single Resources and Initial Action -Incident
• IS 200.hca Applying ICS to Healthcare Organizations
• IS 208.a State Disaster Management
• IS 230.d Fundamentals of Emergency Management
• IS 235.b Emergency Planning
• IS 240.a Leadership and Influence
• IS 241.a Decision Making and Problem Solving
• IS 242.a Effective Communication
• IS 244.b Developing and Managing Volunteers
• IS 250.a Emergency Support Function 15 (ESF 15) External Affairs
• IS 288 Role of Voluntary Agencies in Emergency Management
• IS 300 Intermediate ICS for Expanding Incidents
• IS 301 Radiology Emergency Response
• IS 302 Modular Emergency Radiological Response Transportation Training
• IS 317 Introduction to CERT
• IS 346 An Orientation to Hazardous Materials for Medical Personnel
• IS 400 Advanced ICS for Command and General Staff
• IS 403 Introduction to Individual Assistance (IA) (DF-10)
• IS 505 Religious and Cultural Literacy and Competency in Disaster
• IS 634 Introduction to FEMA’s Public Assistance Program
• IS 700.a An Introduction to FEMA NIMS
• IS 701.a Multiagency Coordination System (MACS)
• IS 702.a Public Information Systems (PIO/PIS)
• IS 703.a Resource Management
• IS 704 Communications and Informations Management
• IS 706 An Introduction to Intrastate Mutual Aid
• IS 775 EOC Management and Operations
• IS 800B An Introduction to National Response Framework
• IS 801 Emergency Support Function (ESF) #1 Transportation
• IS 802 Emergency Support Function (ESF) #2 Communications
• IS 803 Emergency Support Function (ESF) #3 Public Works and Engineering
• IS 804 Emergency Support Function (ESF) #4 Firefighting
• IS 806 Emergency Support Function (ESF) #6 Mass Care, Emergency Assistance, Housing, and Human Services
• IS 807 Emergency Support Function (ESF) #7 Logistics Management and Resource Support
• IS 808 Emergency Support Function (ESF) #8 Public Health and Medical Services
• IS 809 Emergency Support Function (ESF) #9 Search And Rescue
• IS 810 Emergency Support Function (ESF) #10 Oil and Hazardous Materials Response
• IS 811 Emergency Support Function (ESF) #11 Agriculture and Natural Resources
• IS 812 Emergency Support Function (ESF) #12 Energy
• IS 813 Emergency Support Function (ESF) #13 Public Safety and Security
• IS 1900 National Disaster Medical System (NDMS) Federal Coordinating Center Operations (FCCO)
Fire-ground Rehabilitation
Hazardous Materials EMS Operations Level 2
Interoperability Communications
Medical Assistant Diploma
NAED Emergency Tele-Communicator (1069596)
New Jersey Emergency Medical Dispatcher (10-065-03)
New Jersey Emergency Medical Technician – Basic (548207)
New Jersey State Police Roll Call
• Amber and Silver Alerts
• Detergent Suicides
• Disguised Weapons
• Edged Weapons
• H1N1 (Swine Flu)
• National Domestic Preparedness Consortium
• NJ Demographic Changes
• Sovereign Citizens
• Terrorist Interest in Homemade Explosives
• Targeting Responders with Handheld Lasers
• Weapons Part 1 & 2
Pediatric Emergency Assessment Resuscitation Stabilization
Rescue Technician
Responding to Carbon Monoxide Emergencies
Self-Contained Breathing Apparatus – SCBA
ServSafe Food Protection Manager Certification (8381811)
Trailer Dock and Release
Understanding Influenza Pandemic
Vehicle Operations and Scene Safety

Professional Organizations

American Legion Louis Wenzel, Jr. Post 147
The American Legion Amateur Radio Club
Bergen County Medical Reserve Corp
Bergen County OEM Community Emergency Response Team
Community Blood Services Donor
National Academies of Emergency Dispatch
New Jersey Emergency Medical Technician

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